|Ross Adam Wood Sr. (#47496100)|
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Married to a wonderful woman, father of five children, step-father of one, and grandfather of two. Got the genealogy bug in 2010 after my eldest brother passed away. A huge gap of unknown Wood ancestors was my primary obstacle to surmount. Was fortunate enough to trace the Wood line back to the early 1800's in Erie Co., N.Y. beginning with Great (x 3) Grandfather Augustus B. Wood Sr. who had 9 children. I have been able to trace all nine of them, his son Francis Burton Wood is my (direct line) Great-Great Grandfather. Francis' son John Perry Wood is my Great Grandfather and his son Frank McKinley Wood my grandfather.|
Had a good start with my mom's family (Gardner) and have been able to take it from there thanks to the assistance of so many great people within the FindAGrave community. The four primary families I research are Wood, Gardner, Gentry, and Clare. Also researching additional ancestorial lines from the families of Rew, Brayman, Crockett, DeWitt, Slaven, Perry, Mecham, Pierce, Allen, McCumber, Merkel, Patrick, Eastman, Hopson, and Vargas.
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|Emery Metzler||re: Northrup/Northup - Erie Cemetery|
Thanks for the heads up Ross. I deleted the two incorrect memorials. Emery
|K L Bonnett||John M & John H Jarvis|
There are two John Jarvis as shown below from military records. The one that has gravestone and I entered was John M Jarvis. John M died of disease before the battle and has the stone. John H Jarvis died in battle on the first day of the Battle of Shiloh. Majority of those who died that day were placed in large pits side by side with hundreds of other union soldiers. If you look on-line you can find photos of those pits. These men were not identified individually. Many were literally blown to bits by cannon fire. Your John was probably one of the unknown in the pits. However he, as well as all the others who died in battle, deserve a memorial. I am placing one for him in Shiloh National Cemetery
7th Iowa Infantry Co C
Jarvis, John M. Age 28. Residence Hopewell, nativity Indiana. Enlisted Jan. 28, 1862.
Mustered Feb. 6, 1862. Died March 29, 1862, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Buried in Shiloh
National Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Section C, grave 19.
13th Iowa Infantry
Jarvis, John H. Age 42. Residence Marshalltown, nativity Kentucky. Enlisted Oct. 2, 1861, as
Fifth Corporal. Mustered Nov. 2, 1861. Killed in action April 6, 1862, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
|K L Bonnett||John Jarvis Age|
Do you have anything else besides the 1860 census that confirms his age. All was handwritten back then so could be transcription error , but same could be true on his enlistment too , or he could have fudged his age to look better for enlistment.
I'll change it if there is other confirmation of the age discrepancy.
I have transferred the Boughton Cem. records to you. Daughter Eugenia (Wood) Brown is linked to Ira & Cynthia. 3 other children that I know of - but have not located where they are buried yet: David (b. 13 Jun 1837 in Norwich; d. 31 Aug 1919 in New London. Death record reflects he was to be buried in Havana); Frank Wood (b. 6 Oct 1841 in Norwich; d. 15 Mar 1935 in Grand Rapids, Kent, MI); Caroline "Carrie" Bigelow: Carrie was born in 1845 and married Ephraim Bigelow. 1910 Huron census reflects Cynthia & David living with Carrie & Ephraim. This Bigelow family is an allied family for me. I'll send edits & links when I come upon them. Thank you.
Ross: I am happy to transfer Cynthia, Ira, Lucena & William's memorials to you, if you wish to manage and care for them. I have family buried in Boughton, but I am not related to the Wood family. These memorials were added from the old cemetery transcription book (page 711) and I will go through all the pages I have and add any other Wood family member I find. I did find 2 children (David & Frank) that died in MI 31 Aug 1919 and 15 Mar 1935, respectively. Also, I found a discrepancy for Ira - probate records reflect death as May 1886. There are imaged death & marriage records available for most of this family, so you will have plenty of good detail & links to add.
|Vernon Dean Gentry||RE: Gentry|
Thank you Ross for the message. I was wondering if you have any info on James William Gentry's father Samuel R. Gentry. The only thing I have is birthdate, birthplace, date of death and place(Ruby Valley, Nevada 1864)Was he in the Army? Any help would be most welcome your cousin Dean
|Mike Ohio||RE: Woods in Wakeman|
Weather has been in the mid 60s the last 2 days and expected to stay relatively mild the next week or so. Great weather for this time of year. Was hoping to do some Findagrave photo work, but very busy around here lately.
|L Baus Pratt||RE: Ollie|
Memorial transferred. Let me know if there are any others you'd like.
|Vita Brevis||Wood family|
Hello Ross, yes there is a connection in the Wood family to my wife. Lydia Amanda Wood Crane is her 2nd great-grandmother. She is a not too interested in the genealogy, but I have been working on my family about 40 years and hers about 30 years. I find Find A Grave very helpful at times, great site! Nice to hear from you, keep in touch. John
|Donald & Doris Guy||RE: Dennis Wood|
I can't remember why I contacted you my brains are in a traffic jam could you refresh me Thank you Dori
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