Person:Winnaford Hood (4)

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Winnaford Hood
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Name Winnaford Hood
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 28 Sep 1792 King County, Virginia [sic]
Marriage 1814 to Ephraim Tucker
Death[1][2] 17 Mar 1853 Shelby, Indiana, United States
Burial[2] Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United StatesSecond Mount Pleasant Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Grubb-Griffith-Downey-Harrison and Related Families, Marsha L Downey, 26 Mar 2008, ID: I020495, accessed 24 June 2009, Secondary quality.

    Ephraim married Winnaford Hood in 1814. At the present time nothing has been learned of her parents though it is tradition that she was of the same family of Hoods that produced the Confederate General, Lieutenant General John B. Hood of Civil War fame. She was decidedly Scotch and boasted of her Scotch ancestry. She had a niece, Julia Hood, who married Joseph Dillman, they lived in Preble County, Ohio. She was a very large woman with black hair and brown eyes. She died March 17, 1853, from smallpox, contracted while ministering to the need of a destitute family in the neighborhood.

    Copy of record from Bible of Ephraim & Winnaford Hood Tucker, owned (1930's) by Mrs. Winnaford Strickler Allen. [On husband's page]
    Family Record
    Deaths
    Winnaford Tucker died March 17, 1853

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Find A Grave, Memorial# 29187789, Secondary quality.

    Winnaford Tucker
    Birth: Sep. 28, 1792
    Death: Mar. 17, 1853
    Burial: Second Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, USA
    w/o Ephraim Tucker