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From: "Carolyn Kuczmarski" <>
Subject: Re: [WOOD] Seeking Richard Wood and Zedekiah Wood family history
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 22:51:07 -0600
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Nantz, Clermont county is in the southwestern corner of Ohio and the Ohio
River runs along the southern border of it, with Brown and Hamilton counties
along side. I have no idea where Bradford, Ohio is, could you tell me? What
WOOD family are you researching? Thanks, Carolyn
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From: "Nancy Cecil" <>
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Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 10:30 PM
Subject: Re: [WOOD] Seeking Richard Wood and Zedekiah Wood family history

> Hi Carolyn,
> Is Bradford, OHIO anywhere close to Clermont County??
> nantz
Carolyn Kuczmarski wrote:
>> Several of us are working on Richard Wood and Zedekiah Wood (b. 1803 in
>> Virginia) history and are not connecting to any other Wood families they
>> were relatd to and we really need help from other Wood researchers.
>> Richard most likely came to Clermont Co., Ohio abt. 1813-14 and died 1829
>> there. We don't know where or when he was born, nor do we know who his
>> wife was. Richard had 3 sons, (still unknown) and he also had 3
>> daughters, Anna, Sidney and Amy. For several reasons, we do know that
>> Zedekiah Wood was related to Richard's family, but still unsure how.
>> Zedekiah m. Lydia Smith in 1827, Amy Wood m. John Tibbets 1829, Anna Wood
>> m. Josiah Sloan I think 1819 and Sidney Wood m. Stansbury Little 1833,
>> all marriages in Clermont. Also still looking for parents of Lydia Smith.
>> Census readings say Amy Wood Tibbets was b. in Ohio in 1805. Did these
>> Wood's connect with those of Virginia or Kentucky? Any one out there that
>> has a Richard Wood in their files and they don't know what became of him?
>> Thanks, Carolyn

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