|Ingemar Woods (#47080981)|
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Cemeteries offer much to the the historical human landscape. Moreover, not only does a grave marker present a glimpse into an individual's life, but it also is a cultural expression of the past and present.|
Ingemar Woods, M.A., Ed.S.
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|John Williams||John & Abigail Woods|
I visited the Jones Cemetery about 25-30 years ago. As I recall, it was out in the middle of a cattle pasture and some of the stones were broken and not in good shape. I took 35 mm pictures of John & Abigail Woods tombstones but the pictures did not develop very well. Do you have any pictures of these tombstones?
John E. Williams
|rachel (woods)||john turner woods ?|
Hello! so excited about the work done for the woods family. My dad came directly from Matthew Mann, Charles Fox, James Woods, Capt John Woods...etc.
I saw you had posted a picture on john turner woods page citing 1913 John turner woods family...by chance could you tell me who is in the picture? Wondering if my dad's grandparents or someone direct is in the picture.
Thanks for your time!
|Leaton Clark||RE: John Washington Neece|
I'll transfer John Washington Neece to you. According to my records, his sister, Martha Elberta Neece, married my g-grandfather, John
I'll need you to place a request on John's Find A Grave page, in order for me to do the transfer.
Have a really great day
|Becinak||LTC William Woods 1715|
Hello Ingemar ~
I am a WikiTree genealogist and would like to request to use your Find A Grave memorial for LTC William Woods born 1715 as a source for his profile in WikiTree. I would like to insert the comments you include in the WikiTree profile within the Biography section of the WikiTree profile. May I have your permission to do so?
Is there a gravestone in the cemetary for which we could request a gravestone photo as another point of documentation?
Thank you for your time and your contributions on Find A Grave.
Added by Becinak on May 17, 2014 11:26 AM
|Respectfully, Linda Jones Everett||Cousin|
Hello from another Woods cousin.
|Anita Bennich Penn||Joe Bennich|
What a sweet note you left for me on Youtube,you are very kind, I also see we are cousins thru the Woods....
|Stephen P. Burke||Abigail Estill Woods|
Wife of Capt. John Woods.
If will send me your me your email address, I will send a lot of information on the ancestry of Abigail Estill Woods if you are interested
|Bob and Jeri Brock||John Woods 1751-1815|
Please give me specifics on the revolutionary service record of John. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am interested in finding information regarding James & Elizabeth Woods'daughter, Martha "Pasty" Woods Arnett b.1811. She married Richard Charles Arnett b. 1806. Some trees on Ancestry have a son born to them in 1838 named Richard C.(Covington?). I would like to know if you have any information regarding Richard C. Thanks for the work you have done on Find A Grave.
Added by Sharon on Dec 04, 2012 9:19 AM
|Bob and Jeri Brock||RE: Woods Family|
When you have time my tree is Brock/Chronister on Ancestry as jeribrock1. My Woods begin with Susannah Abigail Woods who was the daughter of John Woods son of William Woods. If you would like to see my tree of Woods and relations please let me have your email address and I will invite you to my tree. There is no rush. I understand finishing a degree. I earned a masters in counseling and a masters in speech pathology. Now I am mastering in retiring (2010)and am finishing up my family tree.
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