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TOM WOODWARD (#47400565)
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Bio Photo Fifth generation grandson of Joseph Gregory,father of Absalom,father of Benjamin H.,father of Jacob T.,father of Louis O.,father of Miss Grace J.Gregory.Third generation grandson of Samuel W.Woodward,father of Daniel W.Woodward.
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Cathy Forlines
Wm Junius Woodward and Susan Cochran Woodward
Hi Tom
Are you related to these 2 people? I am by way of son Wm. David Woodward, their son. My maiden name was Woodward. Cathy
Added by Cathy Forlines on Sep 14, 2014 10:18 AM
Marci Payne
RE: Jas.Jefferson Big John Woodward
Hi Tom,
I'm sorry I don't know anymore than what's on the memorial. If you have links to add, please send them.
Added by Marci Payne on Aug 30, 2014 10:29 AM
Kathy Margrave
RE: Thanks!
Thank YOU, Tom, for your kind words. I am so sorry about the loss of your mother...I think I will grab onto and carry on "the grit"! Take care. Kathy
Added by Kathy Margrave on Oct 25, 2013 11:34 AM
Elaine Owens
RE: 1st Wife of Lawton Corley Owens
Hi Tom,
I really don't know of a Bible belonging to Ruth. Her brother, W.E. Woodward, wrote an autobiography about the family, Gift of Life. I used to have a copy. It still is occasionally available, even though it was published in 1947. The book contains a photo of Ruth and a bit about the family.
Added by Elaine Owens on Oct 02, 2013 7:06 AM
Monica Woodward
Woodward Family
I've just moved to AR and have limited internet access at the moment, but I do have a smart phone and can read my email. You can reach me at
Added by Monica Woodward on Sep 02, 2013 12:51 PM
RE: Waldrop Ancestors
I do descend from Luke and Christian.

My Waldrop line is
Luke Jr.
Alfred Butler
Jordan Poole
Norman Agnew
Claud Norman
John Norman

I don't have Daniel Washington Waldrop in my Gedcom file.
It was my understanding that they wanted male DNA donors for the family DNA projects? I have brothers who could donate, but they would balk at paying for the test. Most of my Waldrop research was started many years ago by my grandfather. I've always had confidence in his and now my work and haven't had too much interest in the DNA projects.
Added by Donna on May 20, 2013 11:17 AM
Donna Brummett
Tom, I am no kin to the Waldrops but having lived in Newberry for over 50 years, I can tell you that the woods are full of Waldrops. They have become very prominant folks. Don't know whether amy of them know anything about the people you are looking for but it may be worth a try. Also, I'm pretty sure that there is a good bit of info in the public library in Newberry. Call the Library and ask for Sam, he like genealogy and will prob. be happy to help you. You can even drop my name if you like. Have you checked the cem. in Newberry Co. through Fine A Grave. I've done a lot of them and they are full of waldrops. Look in Rosemont and West End. Also in the church Cem. Another site that might help is It is a free sight and Newberry is a sponsored sight. Log in and look under SC then Newberry Co. There may be a good bit of information there. Hope this gives you a few more places to look. Oh, almost forgot, Dave Waldrop lives in Newberry. Most folks can tell you about them.
Added by Donna Brummett on May 24, 2012 8:21 PM
Monica Woodward
RE: Thomas Joshua Woodward
Tom, I have two Woodward books and I'll check for you. In Woodwards of Colonial America vol. II, there's a James Woodward married to Cynthia Scott in Barnwell County, SC. The date says "by 1848".
I'm not familiar with the names you've mentioned but, being Woodward's, I'm sure we're all related, somehow :)
Added by Monica Woodward on Sep 22, 2011 12:20 PM
Monica Woodward
RE: Thomas Joshua Woodward
Do you know the names of your Grandfather's parents? I know there were Woodward's in the Aiken County area, all related. Some moved to Augusta to work in the mill. There was a William Woodward, who was an author of history books and created the word "bunk" and his brother H.A. Woodward. H.A. was a judge in Augusta. A lot of these Woodward's are buried in Millbrook Cemetery in Aiken, SC. There is a Samuel buried there, but I don't think he's your family member. I searched some old chronicle obits and couldn't find him. It's possible Samuel was buried in Macon, GA.
Added by Monica Woodward on Sep 18, 2011 4:16 PM

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