I think that the following establishes that the Russell Co, AL, family descends from Archibald HOOD, of Lancaster Co, SC, s/o William, unless someone comes up with another Archibald whose wife was named Catherine. Certainly from time of 1789 deed, fr John HOOD Jr. to Archibald HOOD, seems to be same family.
[on forum] 18 Feb 1793—Lanc Co, SC Deed Book B pp 240-241 James & Archibald HOOD to John HODD [sic] 100A on Camp Creek, granted to George DOUGLASS 4 Jun 1759, to William HOOD 24 Jul 1762, & then by William HOOD's LWT of 7 Apr 1783 to James & Archibald. Establishes spouses of Archibald & James as Catharine & Mary.
SC Memorials v10 p290:
31 Dec 1770—William HOOD memorial for two tracts, one for 275A in Anson Co, NC (grant fr NC Gov Matthew ROWAN 25 Feb 1754), & one for 100A on Camp Creek, Craven Co, summarizing chain of title to a grant to George DOUGLASS 4 Jun 1759.
SC Colonial Plats v9 p281:
11 Aug 1768--William HOOD plat for 100A in Craven Co on both sides of Camp Creek adj John GAINES.
Archibald & Catherine HOOD ch: Margaret m John W. COLE (in John’s War of 1812 pension application, wife’s name Margaret HOOD); Archibald Allen m Elizabeth; Catherine Jr. m Wiley HOWELL.
Info may not agree w/census. Census may have errors, plus maybe child died young/before next census, maybe child went to live with another family or vice versa, plus step-children--some variation in census stats likely. Don’t see conflict w/1790 Lancaster Co, SC census: one Archd. HOOD 1-0-1--eldest child, Margaret HOOD COLE, b bet 1789-1791, could have been born after census taken.
1820 Lancaster CO, SC census: Archibald & Archibald A. HOOD both on p177, seems to be father & son.
Lancaster Co, SC deeds:
4 Apr 1789—DB C pp65-66, John HOOD Jr. & Elizabeth h/w to Archabald HOOD 323A on Persimon Br of Ceder Creek, granted 5 Jun 1786 (Grant Bk MMMM p55). Rec 19 Oct 1790. [on forum]
20 Oct 1810—DB K pp267-268, Archibald HOOD to William DUKE, land on Persimmon Br rec 7 Mar 1821. Wits: Zachariah ELLIS, Thomas CAUTHEN. Neighbors: MIDDLETON, William CAUTHIN, Jonathan HAMPSON
31 Oct 1814--DB H p169--Archibald HOOD to dau Catherine HOOD, 200A on Cedar Creek on Persimmon Br, adj Rigdon PERREY. Wits: James HOOD, John HOOD
Two deeds, 15 Dec 1825 DB L pp209-211 rec 1 Apr 1826: Wiley HOWELL & Catherine h/w 132A S side of Persimmon Br, Cedar Creek, to Allen HOOD (subscribing wit John COLE). Land granted to John HOOD 1785, given to Catharine my wife by her father, all of tract except pt for Catherine HOOD the mother of Catharine my wife for her lifetime after her death it goes to sd Allen HOOD. Following deed, same dates, also 132A, same location: Wiley HOWELL & Catherine h/w to Margaret COLE. Land granted unto John HOOD in 1785 which was given to Catharine my wife by her father, land except pt for Catherine HOOD the mother of my wife for her lifetime.
3 Feb 1829—DB M pp192-193, Archibald A. HOOD to Wiley HOWELL, 6A on Persimon Br ment “Hoods Spring Branch” & line made for John BELL by sd HOOD & HOWEL. /s/Archibald J.A. HOOD. Dower--Elizabeth HOOD, wife of Allen HOOD 31 Jul 1829. Rec 7 Jan 1830. Wits: J.P. THOMPSON, Josiah MASSEY, John MASSEY.
22 Nov 1830—Deed Bk M pp279-280, John & Margaret COLE to David GEORGE 102A. Land now occupied by John & Margaret COLE, tract deeded by Catherine HOWELL to Margaret COLE 1/3 pt of land formerly belonging to Archibald HOOD, the father of Catherine HOWELL & Margaret COLE & conveyed by Archibald HOOD by deed of gift to Catherine HOWELL excepting 30A & ¼. Wits: Jacob HUGHS, Matthew HOOD.
7 Dec 1831--DB M pp366-367, Margaret COLE, Catherine HOOD Senr, & John COLE to Anderson CAUTHEN, 103A on S side of Persimmon Br of Catawba River, rec 27 Dec or Jan 1832. Dower--Catherine HOOD mother of Margaret COLE, 14 Dec 1831. Wits: Leonard FLEMING, J.A. CARLISLE, Milton CAUTHEN.
4 Feb 1829--DB S (or 5?) pp 155-156 rec 6 Aug 1829 Allen HOOD & Wiley & Catherine HOWELL to John BELL, land pt of orig grant to John HOOD Jr., whereon Archibald HOOD Sr. lived in his lifetime & whereon we now live, on Persimmon Br, Cedar Creek, 29-1/2A. Neighbors: David GEORGE, John BELL, Allen HOOD, Wylie HOWELL. Wits: (Dr.) David GEORGE, Ezra M. GREGG, James L. BELL. Dower—Elizabeth HOOD wife of Allen 31 Jul 1829
Siblings & their families to Monroe Co, GA abt 1833, now Lamar Co, GA. "Wyler" HOWELL & John COLE in 1840 census. Aged female in HOWELL household--prob Catherine HOOD Sr. A.A. definitely there also. Monroe Co, GA deeds: DB H pp87-88, 1833, two deeds, William A. ADAMS to Wiley HOWELL & William A. ADAMS to Archibald A. HOOD. Wit to both deeds, William [John W.?] COLE. Archibald A. HOOD Ret 1 Poll 101-1/4A on Towaliga Creek, 7th Dist, Monroe Co, for 1834. Returned jointly w/Wiley HOWELL who returned the other half (101-1/4A) of the land lot. Archibald A. HOOD & Wiley HOWEL sold land 1837 (DB J p103)
The families moved to Russell Co, AL by 1850. Some family members moved to Elmore Co, AL by 1870. Margaret HOOD COLE, was in the 1880 AL mortality schedule, died in Russell Co, aged 89, b SC, parents b U.S.
Archibald Allen HOOD b abt 1797-1798 SC
Elizabeth b abt 1794-1796 SC
(According to 1880 census, parents of both b SC)
Catherine M. b abt 1825 SC
Margaret A. b abt 1828 SC
David R. b abt 1830 m Susan ALLEN 30 Jul 1852 Russell Co, bondsman Charles ALLEN
Martha E. b abt 1832 m Charles ALLEN 8 Dec 1852, bondsman David R. HOOD
Joseph Steward b 15 Aug 1835 Monroe Co, GA (Conf pension) Pvt CSA Co E 23 AL, m Caroline JACOBS 24 May 1855
Archibald McD. b abt 1838
Wiley (b abt 1801 SC, d bef 1860, AL) & Catherine (b abt 1797 SC, d bef 1870 AL) HOWELL's ch:
Archibald Hood b 13 Jan 1824 Lanc Co, SC (Mexican War pension appl)
Elizabeth b abt 1828 SC
Thomas b abt 1830 SC
Margaret b abt 1833 GA
Nancy b abt 1835 GA
Archibald Hood COLE, s/o John W. & Margaret HOOD COLE, had Indian Wars pension application in 1892, aged 78. Wits: [sister] Catherine (COLE) TUCKER & [cousin] Archibald H. HOWELL. Archibald H. COLE b Lanc Dist, SC, enlisted Forsyth, Monroe Co, GA, in 1835, resided afterward in Monroe Co, GA & Columbus, GA vicinity.
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