|Birth: ||Feb. 2, 1759|
|Death: ||Oct. 10, 1838|
Elizabeth is the daughter of Richard Woods a "affluent Albemarle County landowner" and Elizabeth Ann Stuart. She married James Brooks a private in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He became a lawyer of the early Albemarle bar. Magazine of Albemarle County History states that James Brooks, Elizabeth Woods and "his four legimate children---Robert, Elizabeth, James, and Richard"
James Brooks is believed to be buried on a parcel of land on Mechum's river below the Miller school given to him by his father in law Richard Woods. After James death she is thought to have married to John L. Kemper in 1830 in Huntsville, Madison co. Al. It is thought that her burial is somewhere in Madison County Alabama, but as of this date 2006 it is a possibility that she could have been buried in Giles or Lincoln Co. Tn. If anyone can confirm her burial place please do.
Richard Woods (1719 - 1801)
Elizabeth Ann Stuart Woods (1717 - 1767)
James Brooks (1750 - 1806)
Elizabeth Brooks Humphreys (1781 - 1859)*
Sarah Brooks Sterrett (1788 - 1860)*
Maria W. Brooks Stockton (1798 - 1830)*
Created by: Don Bedwell
Record added: Jan 29, 2006
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