I'm looking for information on the family of my gggrandfather Henry J. Woods. This is what I have on his family:
HENRY J. WOOD(s) was born 1826 in North/South Carolina, and died after 1880, probably in Texas. He married MARY "POLLY" WINGO 1845 in South Carolina, daughter of JOHN WINGO and MARGARET THOMPSON. She was born 1822 in South Carolina, and died ABT 1887 in Uvalde County, Texas. The children of HENRY WOOD(s) and MARY WINGO are:
i. JAMES H. WOODS, b. 1847, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
ii. SARAH E. WOODS, b. 1846.
iii. JOHN B. WOODS, b. 1849.
iv. WILLIAM BERRY WOODS, b. 1850; m. MARGARET KING JONES, 11 April 1882, Greene County, Tennessee.
v. THOMAS J. WOODS, b. 1854.
vi. LUTHER "LUKE" WOODS, b. 1856; m. SARAH JONES, THE SISTER OF MARGARET JONES..
vii. MARGARET C. WOODS, b. 1857, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; d. 1916, Boswell, Oklahoma; m. NOAH SANFORD
HOARD, 1882, Greene County, Tennessee; b. 1856, Greene County, Tennessee; d. 1928, Comanche County, Oklahoma.
viii. ROBERT H. WOODS, b. 1858.
ix. NATHAN WOODS, b. 1851, South Carolina; d. 23 October 1931, Denison, Grayson County, Texas; m. FANNIE ADA
BURRELL, 1875, Texas; b. 27 August 1853, South Carolina; d. 03 February 1930, Denison, Grayson County, Texas.
I descend from James H. Woods through his son Leroy, as follows:
JAMES H. WOODS was born 1847 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He married BARBARA ELIZABETH FOX 04 August 1870 in
Greene County, Tennessee, daughter of ISAAC FOX and RACHAEL CRADDOCK. She was born 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee.
The known children of JAMES WOODS and BARBARA FOX are:
i. LEROY WOODS, b. 28 February 1878, Greene County, Tennessee; d. 10 July 1941, Humble, Texas.
ii. RACHEL WOODS, b. 1873.
iii. MARY WOODS, b. 1876.
LEROY WOODS married IDA MAE EGNEW 08 February 1905 in Luling, Texas, daughter of JOHN EGNEW and MATILDA
THOMPSON. She was born 30 December 1882 in Luling, Texas, and died 10 December 1961 in Humble, Texas.
Henry's family was enumerated on the 1880 Greene County TN Census. I believed they moved to Grayson/Fannin County area shortly after the Census.
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