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Ancestors of Debra Ann Wood

Generation No. 8


      128. Sr. Jonathan Wood, born 1745 in Near Potomac River, Fair Fax County, Virginia; died 13 Nov 1804 in Moccasin Creek, Scott County, Virginia. He was the son of 256. II John Wood. He married 129. Nancy Davidson 1767 in Loudoun, Virginia.

      129. Nancy Davidson, born 1746 in Along the South branch of the Potomac RiverLoudoun, Virginia; died 17 Apr 1827 in Moccasin Creek, Scott County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 258. Samuel Davidson and 259. Sarah.

Notes for Sr. Jonathan Wood:
The history of Scott County VA by Robert M. Addington p. 110
Jonathan Wood with his wife and stepson, James Osborne emig rated from eastern Virginia to his land on Big Moccasin i n 1867. His wife's maiden name was Davidson. She had one so n by her first husband. Her first husband was killed by th e Indians.

Jonathan Wood, Sr. served in the Revolutionary War and provided the ancestor for D.A.R. memberships 76,415 91,653 278,703. Jonathan Wood Served as a soldier under General Campbell at Kings Mountain and was at Fort Houston which was surrounded and besieged by Indians in 1781. Jonathan Wood Sr., died on November 13, 1804, and was buried in the Jonathan Wood Cemetery in Scott County, Virginia.

More About Sr. Jonathan Wood:
Moved: 1770, Scotts County Virginia
     
Children of Jonathan Wood and Nancy Davidson are:
  i.   John Wood, born 25 Mar 1771 in Big Moccasin Creek, Scott, Virginia; died 29 Mar 1821; married Nancy Goff 1795 in Scotts County, Virginia; born 01 Jan 1780; died 1845.
  64 ii.   Johnathan Henry Wood, born 17 May 1773 in Ft. Houston, Loudoun, Virginia; died 04 Feb 1859 in Fincastle County, Virginia (Near Ft. Houston Big Moccasin Creek); married Sarah Sally Lawson 14 Aug 1794 in Big Moccasin Creek, Scott, Virginia.
  iii.   Jonathan Wood, born 23 Apr 1778 in Near Fort Houston on Big Moccasin Creek; died 02 Apr 1848 in Scotts County, Virginia; married Ann C. Skillern; born 17 Apr 1778 in Washington County, Virginia; died 18 Mar 1848 in Scotts County, Virginia.
  Notes for Jonathan Wood:
JONATHAN WOOD (51B)

According to many descendants, David Wininger married Martha Wood. Other sources indicate that David Wininger married Martha Potter. According to “History of Scott County, Virginia,” Jonathan Wood is the son of John Wood and was born in 1745. This book continues to trace this Wood line back two additional generations. It states that Johnathan Wood (51B) is the grandson of Jonathan Wood and the great grandson of John Wood. Until further proof is uncovered establishing the Wood connection, the authors felt that it would not be proper to include the ancestry of Johnathan Wood (51B).

In 1767, Jonathan Wood (51B) married Nancy (Davidson) Osborn. Nancy was previously married to Solomon Osborn in March of 1764. Solomon and Nancy Osborn were the parents of one son: James Osborn (born January 4, 1765). Solomon Osborn was killed by Indians. Jonathan and Nancy Wood moved to what is now Scott County, Virginia around 1770. According to “History of Scott County, Virginia,” Jonathan and Nancy Wood were the parents of at least four children:

John Wood, b. March 25, 1771
Henry Wood (51B.2), b. May 18, 1773
Jonathan Wood, Jr. (51B.3), b. April 23, 1778
Polly Wood, b. February 19, 1799 (sic)

Jonathan Wood, Sr. served in the Revolutionay War and provided the ancestor for D. A. R. memberships 76,415, 91,653 and 278,703. Jonathan “served as a soldier under General Campbell at Kings Mountain and was at Fort Houston which was surrounded and besieged by Indians in 1781.” Jonathan Wood, Sr. (51B) died on November 13, 1804 and was buried in the Jonathan Wood Cemetery in Scott County, Virginia. Nancy (Davidson) Wood died on April 17, 1827 and was buried in the Jonathan Wood Cemetery in Scott County, Virginia.

Jonathan took a prominent part in the early history of Scott County, Virginia. He was recommended to His Excellency, the Governor of Virginia by the first court as a suitable person to be added to the list of magistrates for the county. Acting on this recommendation, the Governor appointed him as magistrate and he qualified at the the June term of court, 1816. At the May term of 1819, he qualified as a constable of the county. On February 13,1821, he became sheriff of the county, a position which he again held in 1822. He served as commissioner of the revenue for the South Side and was county surveyor for many years.
References: History of Scott County, Virginia, by Robert M. Addington 1932, pages 293 and 295.

  iv.   Polly Mary Jane Wood, born 19 Feb 1779 in Big Moccasin Creek, Scott, Virginia; died 21 Jan 1848; married George Morrison; born 1779; died 1857.


      130. William I Lawson He married 131. Rebecca.

      131. Rebecca
     
Children of William Lawson and Rebecca are:
  65 i.   Sarah Sally Lawson, born 26 Dec 1773 in New River, Pulaski, Virginia; died 18 Mar 1862 in Wood Cemetery, Scotts County, Virginia; married Johnathan Henry Wood 14 Aug 1794 in Big Moccasin Creek, Scott, Virginia.
  ii.   William II Lawson, married Nancy Baker.


      132. William Todd Livingston, born 1714 in King and Queen County, Virginia; died 1788 in Washington, Virginia. He was the son of 264. John Livingston and 265. Margaret Todd. He married 133. Sarah Ware 1749 in King and Queen County, Virginia.

      133. Sarah Ware, born 1726 in New Kent, Virginia; died 10 Apr 1794 in Washington, Virginia. She was the daughter of 266. Peter Ware and 267. Judith Scott.
     
Child of William Livingston and Sarah Ware is:
  66 i.   Peter Livingston, born 16 Jun 1755 in King and Queen County, Virginia; died 1815 in Scotts County, Virginia; married Elizabeth Head.


      134. Anthony Head, born 1740. He married 135. Mary.

      135. Mary
     
Child of Anthony Head and Mary is:
  67 i.   Elizabeth Head, born 1762 in Washington, Virginia; died Bet. 1839 - 1843 in Scotts County, Virginia; married Peter Livingston.


      144. Jr. Andrew III Byrd, born 1729 in Rockingham County, VA; died 20 Jan 1799 in Smith Creek, Augusta County, VA. He was the son of 288. Andrew II Byrd and 289. Magdalene Jones. He married 145. Mary Howard 1754 in Smiths Creek, Augusta County, Virginia.

      145. Mary Howard, born 1733 in Maryland; died 23 Oct 1784 in Smiths Creek, Augusta County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 290. Thomas Howard.
     
Children of Andrew Byrd and Mary Howard are:
  72 i.   III Andrew IV Byrd, born 30 Nov 1754 in Smiths Creek, Rockingham County, Virginia; died 30 Nov 1838 in Craney Island, Rockingham County, Virginia; married Ann Jones 1777 in VA.
  ii.   Catherine Byrd, born 01 Jun 1756 in Smiths Creek, Frederick County, Virginia; married (1) James West 1771 in Rockingham County, Virginia; died 1782 in Rockingham County, Virginia; married (2) George Zirkle 24 Jul 1786 in New Market, Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 1763 in Virginia.
  iii.   William Byrd, born 22 May 1758 in Smiths Creek, Frederick County, Virginia; died 03 Apr 1763 in Carney Island, Rockingham County, VA.
  iv.   Abraham Byrd, born 01 Mar 1761 in Smith Creek, Augusta County, VA.
  v.   Isaac Byrd, born 04 Feb 1763 in Smith Creek, Augusta County, VA; died 09 Dec 1763 in Carney Island, Rockingham County, VA.


      146. Evan Jones He married 147. Elizabeth Thomas.

      147. Elizabeth Thomas
     
Children of Evan Jones and Elizabeth Thomas are:
  73 i.   Ann Jones, born 10 Oct 1755 in Carney Island, Rockingham County, VA; died 28 Apr 1834 in Carney Island, Rockingham County, VA; married III Andrew IV Byrd 1777 in VA.
  ii.   Elinor Jones, born 1760.


      148. I Greenberry Samuels, born 1735 in Welsh Ancestry. He was the son of 296. II Joseph Humphry Samuels and 297. Ruth Greenbrry. He married 149. Ann DeHaven.

      149. Ann DeHaven, born 1741 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 298. Abraham DeHaven and 299. Rebecca Pawling.

More About Ann DeHaven:
Date born 2: Abt. 1741
     
Children of Greenberry Samuels and Ann DeHaven are:
  74 i.   Issac Samuels, born 1762 in Pennsylvania; died 30 Sep 1819 in Green Hope Farm, Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Elizabeth Pennybacker 06 Mar 1785.
  ii.   Joseph William Hope Samuels, born 1764.


      150. Derick Pennybacker, born 01 Jan 1736/37 in Providence Twp., Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died 15 Feb 1802 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He was the son of 300. Col. John Pennybacker and 301. Annetje Keyser. He married 151. Hannah DeHaven 03 Mar 1756 in Perkiomen twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylavania.

      151. Hannah DeHaven, born 29 Dec 1737 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died 02 Apr 1825 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 298. Abraham DeHaven and 303. Rebecca Pawling.
     
Children of Derick Pennybacker and Hannah DeHaven are:
  i.   William Pennybacker, born 1757.
  ii.   Benjamin D. Pennybacker, born 29 Sep 1760 in Pennsylvania; died 31 Dec 1820 in Pine Forge, Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Sarah Margaret Samuels 23 May 1787 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 10 Feb 1768; died 09 Jul 1825 in Pine Forge, Shenandoah County, Virginia.
  iii.   Rebecca Pennybacker, born 1762; died Bef. 1830; married (1) George Mayberry; married (2) George Mayberry; married (3) George Mayberry 1783 in Virginia; born 1758 in Ireland; died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in Wood County, West Virginia.
  iv.   Abraham Pennybacker, born 1764 in Pennsylvania; died 07 Aug 1819 in Belleville, Wood County, West Virginia; married Elizabeth Ruffner 30 Jul 1798 in Hawksbill Creek, Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 1786; died 06 Dec 1856 in Belleville, Wood County, West Virginia.
  75 v.   Elizabeth Pennybacker, born Jun 1766 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died Oct 1824 in Green Hope Farm, Shenandoah County, Virginia; married (1) Isaac Samuels; married (2) Issac Samuels 06 Mar 1785.
  vi.   John Pennybacker, born 06 Aug 1768 in Amity Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania; died Feb 1854; married (1) Phoebe Fuget; born 1776; died 1850; married (2) Phebe Fuegett 25 Jun 1793 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 06 Aug 1776 in Virginia; died Aug 1889 in Wood County, West Virginia.
  vii.   Hannah Pennybacker, born 1770; died 17 Sep 1827; married Mounce Moses Jr. Byrd 20 Dec 1795 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 1771 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 13 Sep 1827.
  viii.   Catherine Pennybacker, born 1772; married Joseph Samuels; born 1763.
  ix.   Derick Jr. Pennybacker, born 1780 in Green County, Pennsylvania; died Nov 1817 in New Orleans, Louisana; married Elizabeth Neal 27 Apr 1815 in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia; born 07 Jan 1799 in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia; died 12 Mar 1875 in Wood County, West Virginia.
  x.   Mary Pennybacker, born 1783; married Samuel Boone.
  xi.   Isaac Pennybacker, born 19 Mar 1805.


      164. Jacob E. Self, born 1742 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; died Bet. 1807 - 1810 in North Carolina. He was the son of 328. Phillip Self. He married 165. Elizabeth 1770.

      165. Elizabeth, born 1749; died 1818 in North Carolina.
     
Children of Jacob Self and Elizabeth are:
  i.   Jacob E. Self, born 1771.
  ii.   David Self, born 1773.
  iii.   Stephen Self, born 1775.
  82 iv.   Melchizedek Self, born 1777; married Catherine Moore.
  v.   Aaron Self, born 1782.
  vi.   Elizabeth Self, born 1798.


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