Person:Valentine Wood (1)

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Col. Valentine Wood
b.2 Sep 1724
m. 13 Oct 1723
  1. Col. Valentine Wood1724 - 1781
  2. Sarah Wood1726 - Aft 1777
  3. Martha Cox Wood1731 - 1801
  • HCol. Valentine Wood1724 - 1781
  • WLucy Henry1743 - 1826
m. 3 Jan 1764
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Name Col. Valentine Wood
Gender Male
Birth? 2 Sep 1724
Marriage 3 Jan 1764 Poss. Hanover County, Virginiato Lucy Henry
Death? 13 Mar 1781 Goochland County, Virginia

Will of Valentine Wood

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Campbell vs. Wood--O. S. 292; N. S. 103--Will of Valentine Wood of Goochland, St. James Northam Parish. Wife, Lucy; sons, Henry, Valentine, John, William; daughters, Martha, Mary, Lucy, Jane. Executors, Richard, James and his eldest son and testator's overseer, Thos. Massie. Dated 10th March, 1781. Recorded in Goochland, September Court, 1781. Deed 7th June, 1814, by William Wood to John R. Campbell, 1,165 acres on Rivanna River, southside of Buck Island Creek. Recorded in Albemarle, 11th February, 1815. Deed, 4th October, 1798, by Lucy Wood, guardian of Jane Wood, for herself and the said Jane, Henry Wood, Stephen Southall and Martha, his wife; Peter Johnson and Mary, Edward Carter and Lucy, John H. Wood, distributees of Valentine Wood, Jr., to William Wood, 200 acres on Rivanna River and Buck Island Creek. Recorded in Albemarle, 1st April, 1799. Deed, 20th August, 1794, by Valentine Wood of Albemarle to Shelton and Harris, 600 acres in Albemarle on Buck Island Creek, mortgage. Recorded in Charlottesville District Court, September, 1794. Deed, 13th May, 1794, by Valentine Wood to John Barrett & Co. of Richmond, mortgage 1,000 acres on Buck Island, part of 5,000 acres willed to Valentine by his father. Valentine. Recorded in Charlottesville District Court, September, 1794. Released.