Contains 18 Results:
Newspaper article about the life of Col David Fanning, the great N.C. Tory, This is an article written for the Carthage (NC) Blade by H.F.S. A very interesting article about this British Officer during the Revolutionary War.
Newspaper article announcing the death of Kezzia Fanning Conoley, Oct 19, 1947. This is the complete issue of The Coastal Georgian newspaper and the article and tribute is on page 7. There is a picture of Mrs. Conoley and the caption reads:
Wilmington newspaper article about R.B. Wood and the building of City Hall, Star News, Aug. 6, 1956. Talks about the original cost of $35,786 for the construction and R.B. Wood
Papers of the Dr. T. F. Wood family of Wilmington, NC. Includes Dr. Woods's Civil War recollections, correspondence, writings of Dr. Edward Jenner Wood, and genealogy of the Wood family.
Letter from Louis Moore to Miss Jane D. Wood, February 5, 1955. Telling her of a letter he has sent to Laurence Sprunt about a paragraph from the archives of the St. John's Lodge.
Letter from James Sprunt to Mr. Tom Wood, February 27, 1963. He is sending a copy of the Sprunt Family chart which Tom helped him develop and explains how to read it. (Original)
The Sprunt Family Line (Descendants of Alexander & Jane Dalziel Sprunt), Dec. 1962.
This is the full Sprunt line going back to David Sprunt (Scotland) and Jane Hutcheson up through 1962 with all dates and special information.
Letter from John J. Coddington, Genealogist, Swathmore, Pa., June 16, 1958. To Mr. A.J. (Jarvis) Wood, Jr. He is responding to Jarvis’ letter and inquiry into the background of the Wood family line. He confirms that the Wilmington Woods are descended from every one of the First Families of Nantucket. He traces the line of John Wood of Dorking, Surrey, England 1538 to Mary Wood Hussey. He describes the entire Wood - Hussey line. (Original)
Letter from A.J. Wood, 8 August 1961. To Margaret Wood. Apologizes for being so late in writing her. Is sending her the John Coddington genealogy letter about the Wood - Hussey line.