|James Edgar Wood|
(see death cert, below)
Thomas was hubby's great-great-grandpa, and it's through the Wood side that he has Mayflower ancestry.
A big thank you to long-time Wood genealogist Cousin Larry, whose meticulous research has traced the Wood line back to the 1500s.
Thomas and Mary had 17 children over the course of 28 years, although not all lived beyond childhood.
In order from oldest to youngest, they are:
- Jane Ann Wood (1846-1936) married George Black.
- Thomas Jefferson Isaiah Haskell Wood (1848-1861) - died young.
- John Marshall Taber Wood (1850-1859) - died young.
- Lucy Maria Kize Wood (1851-1870) - died young.
- William Henry White Wood (1853-1893) - married, children, see below.
- Alfred Olando Wood (1855-1895) - married but no children
- Francis "Frank" Ellery Wood (1857-1933) - married, children.
- Joe Elemuel Wood (1859-1864) - twins died young.
- Lavatia Allen Wood (1859-1864) - twins died young.
- Charles Augustus Wood (1862-1895) - the first to be born in Toledo.
- Rachel Ellen "Nellie" Wood (1864-1954) - a kind aunt to nieces/nephews.
- George Howard Wood (1866-1866--d. in infancy)
- Marion Elton Wood (1867-1947) - married, children.
- Mary Emma Wood (1869-1950) - married, not sure about children.
- James Edgar Wood (1871-1939) SHOWN ABOVE - hubby's great-grandpa!
- Robert Orrin Wood (1873-1933) - married, children.
- Leander Elkanah Wood (1875-1875--d. in infancy)
William Henry White Wood married Olive V. Osborne. One of their daughters was Mary Amanda Wood, who married August J. Carsten--a bit of the Carsten story is here.
|Mary Slatter Wood (seated left) and husband James Edgar Wood (seated right) with their children|
Here are some of my posts about the Wood clan:
- Thomas Haskell Wood and many of his sons were carpenters (Thomas's dad was captain of a merchant ship). More about Wood family carpenters. More about James Edgar Wood's house-building in Cleveland. Addresses of James Edgar Wood's homes in Cleveland.
- John Andrew Wood, brother of Edgar James Wood (hubby's dad), lived in Crown Point, IN. I learned a lot from his obituary.
- Theodore William Wood, brother of Edgar James Wood, moved to Jackson, MI and became active in community theater.
- James Edgar Wood married Mary Slatter on 21 September 1898.
- Edgar James Wood's trio played at "Marty's" in Cleveland. He wrote and copyrighted a number of songs. He spent a couple of summers playing with a jazz band to pay for passage to and from Europe while at college.
- Edgar James Wood kept a diary and he and his wife, Marian McClure, loved to take cruises. His diary helped me identify two cousins, Edith and Dorothy.
- Plaquemine, LA, and the church where Thomas married Mary.
- Edgar James Wood's detailed college photo album from Tufts, Zeta Psi House, 1925.
- James Edgar Wood married and divorced Alice Hopperton Unger.
- James Edgar Wood's elusive 3d marriage license, when he wed Caroline Foltz Cragg
- Elihu Wood (hubby's 3d great-grandpa) served 6 days in the American Revolutionary War.
- Wood family photos and a complete listing of Thomas Haskell Wood & Mary Amanda Demarest's 17 children.
- Alfred Olando Wood of the Wood Bros Carpenters.
- Isaiah Wood and Harriet Taber of the "Little Compton" Woods.
- Isaac, John, and Robert Larimer, 1812 War vets.
- Marian Jane McClure Wood passes through McClure, Ohio in the 1930s.
- Christmas postcards sent to the Wood family in Toledo, early 1900s, incuding one from 1915.
- James Edgar Wood and the Hermit Club.
- Francis Earle Wood Sr.'s occupation: carpenter to decorator by 1927.
- Aunt Nellie Kirby writes to Wallis Walter Wood
- Wallis Walter Wood gets a Christmas card, 1909
- Edgar James Wood's jazz-era band had a banner and a name--Wood's Society Syncopators
- What's the significance of Thomas Haskell Wood's middle name? Probably the Mayflower connection.
- Charles Augustus Wood, son of Thomas Haskell Wood & Mary Amanda Demarest, and his children.
- Edgar James Wood's occupation was carpenter, and homes he built 100+ years ago still stand in Cleveland.
- Writing a family memory booklet about Mary Slatter & James Wood and family as a way to share their story with the next generation.
- Sample pages from the booklet about Wood & Slatter.
- Looking at the many Janes in our family (including the Wood line).