I found some information in the history books that I have, but it's kind of confusing. Here is what I found....
The Pulaski County History books that I have, contain the following listing under early marriages:
Woodland, Daniel J. & Ross, Sarah D. 1866
There is also the following listing:
Brown, ________ & Woodland, Sarah 1877
Also, I found the following article: Ross-Callahan
"According to the story of Joseph E. Ross, deceased, his grandfather, Joseph Ross, was born about 1800, was Irish, and had two brothers, David and Joshua. He had eight chlidren, seven of them wereL John, James, Conrad, Daniel, Lydia, Jane, and Mary. Daniel was born Nov. 23, 1831 in Ross County, OH, married Sarah Callahan Dec. 9, 1858. They had three children, Joseph E., Anna, and Francis. Joseph E. was born June 29, 1860 in Ross County, OH. After Joseph's father, Daniel, died of typhoid fever on May 15, 1864 in the U.S. General Hospital No. 1 in Knoxville, TN while serving in the U.S. Army, Joseph and his mother, Sarah (who was born Feb. 11, 1842) moved to Missouri from Ross County, OH, when Joseph was about six years old. July 7, 1871, D.J. Woodland bought property from the railroad company near Devils Elbow, MO, on the Big Piney River. March 9, 1888, D.J. Woodland's heirs, Olcott Woodland, the wife; Joseph Hurst and wife, sold to Sarah Hamer, Joseph's mother. Mar. 4, 1891, sold to A.J. Delancy then Feb. 5, 1904, purchased by J.E. Ross from heirs. On June 1, 1912, Joseph E. Ross received patent for 80 more acres from President William H. Taft. In 1890, Joseph E. Ross married Oda May Delancy and they had twelve children: Jesse, Nellie, Shelden, Herbert, Edna Miller Hunter, Bertha Kelley, Susie Kuhns, Cora Enloe, Everett (Pete), Earnest (Dutch), Sylvia Kuhns, Inez Odell Page, and Percy Ross."
That's all I could find on Woodland....hope it helps!
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