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Woodward / Woodard of Buckinghamshire

Started by Lyla Horley Jul 16, 2009.

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Comment by Alice Dixon on May 24, 2014 at 11:17am

My mother was a Woodard and according to history books, some family members spelled their name Woodward and others used Woodard.  In my research I have found this to be quite common.  I  have traced this line back to South Carolina in the very early 1800s.  Charles moved to indian territory which was later to become Alabama in 1818. Their children moved on to Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.  Mother's line remained in Alabama.  If anyone has a connection to this family line, please let me know.  

Comment by Teresa Woodward Salmeron on July 23, 2009 at 11:00pm
I am looking for information on any Woodwards in the Iredell County, NC area in the early 1800's.
Comment by Nancy Cluff Siders on July 15, 2009 at 2:02pm
I am actually connected to the WOODWARD line twice.

1) Anne WOODWARD, wife of Asa PARTRIDGE. She was b ca 1759 at Preston, New London, CT.

2) Hannah Ann WOODWARD, wife of Robert HINSDALE, dau of Peter WOODWARD of Brocking, Essex, England and granddaughter of Robert WOODWARD, also of Brocking. Hannah was b ca 1616 Dedham, MA.

I'd be interested to correspond with you if you are connected to either of these families.

Later...Nancy Cluff Siders

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