Person:Jacob Woods (5)

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Jacob Woods
b.Est. 1735-1745
d.Bef. 24 February 1800 Poss. Augusta County, Virginia
m. Est. 1725-1735
  1. Joseph WoodsEst 1732-1745 -
  2. Sarah WoodsEst 1735-1745 -
  3. William WoodsEst 1735-1745 -
  4. Jacob WoodsEst 1735-1745 - Bef 1800
  • HJacob WoodsEst 1735-1745 - Bef 1800
  • WMary UnknownEst 1738-1748 - Bef 1815
m. Est. Abt. 1765
  1. Joseph WoodsEst 1765-1780 -
  2. William WoodsEst 1765-1780 -
  3. John WoodsEst 1765-1780 -
  4. Mary WoodsBef 1769 -
  5. Elizabeth WoodsBef 1777 -
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Woods
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1735-1745
Marriage Est. Abt. 1765 to Mary Unknown
Death? Bef. 24 February 1800 Poss. Augusta County, Virginia

Jacob Woods was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Estate Records of Jacob Woods

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - 24th February, 1800--William Woods, administrator of Jacob Woods. (Note: William Woods was most likely the son of Jacob Woods).
  • Page 92.--Jacob Woods' estate appraisement taken 7th March, 1800, by Jno. Gamble, Jno. Bell, Wm. Young.

Records of Jacob Woods in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1794--August 19, Daniel Donavin and Jacob Woods, surety. Daniel Donavin and Elizabeth Woods. Affidavit of Elizabeth's full age. (Note: this record, combined with the will of Jacob's wife Mary, who named her daughter Elizabeth Donovan in her will, links Jacob Woods as the father of Elizabeth Woods that married Daniel Donavin).
  • Page 23.--26th May, 1814. Mary Woods' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; grandadaughter, Jemima Woods, daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods. Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies. (Note: Mary Woods was the wife of Jacob Woods)