Search for content in message boards

Woolard

Posted: 15 Jan 2000 4:37PM GMT
Edited: 13 Mar 2002 4:23PM GMT
Looking for relatives of Lawson B. Woolard. He was born in North Carolina about 1811. He settled in Gallatia,Saline County, Illinois around the year 1840. His chldren were named John (born in 1836 in Tennesse), Alesha, Luvena, Laura, Dorthela, James, Martha, Bertha, Josephine, Margaret, and Robert. The childrens' names may be misspelled due to difficulty in reading census handwriting.
Thanks,
DMAUSTER

woolard

cindy pope (View posts)
Posted: 3 Mar 2000 9:23AM GMT
I also have a WOOLARD family I am researching.
Her name is ELIZABETH WOOLARD STONE, born 1814 in NC.
Traveled sometime to Tennessee, wilson county and married Micajah Stone.
There also is a sister, SALISTA WOOLARD born 1818 in Tennessee.
I wonder if these sisters are related to Lawson.

Woolard lines

Posted: 25 May 2000 8:09PM GMT
Edited: 3 May 2004 12:07AM GMT
Hi,
I just love this family research. I am also looking for the woolard/Wollard lines. I am related to a Margaret Woolard, I know that she was born in Tennessee and that she married my Great grandfather Richard Freeman in Shelby County Illinois- 20 January 1866. I would be interested to know if the Margaret you have with her parents is the same one I'm looking for. Please respond, I'm anxious to hear from you. I would be willing to share whatever information I have with you.

Woolard's from Saline County, IL

Posted: 25 Jun 2000 9:46PM GMT
Edited: 9 Mar 2005 6:08PM GMT
Hi, I just recently got married (Dec of last year) and have now started searching for my husband's family line. Here is what I know to date...It's not much.

Naldo Woolard had two sons that I know of:
Wayne Woolard
Floyd Woolard, b. 1903 in Galatia, Saline County

Floyd married Roma (?) before 1927. They had two children:
Valgene Woolard b. 27 Feb 1927 in Galatia, Saline County
June Woolard b. after 1927 in Galatia, Saline County.

From what my husband and brother-in-law can remember, their grandparents were born in Saline county. I do know that in 1897 a "Maldo" Woolard married a Gertrude Abnety. I have a feeling that this "Maldo" is my Naldo.

The reason I'm so sure of the name Naldo, is my poor brother-in-law got that as a middle name after his great-grandfather.

Hopefully there will be some sort of connection between you're Woolard's and mine.

Thanks,
Debbie Woolard

Woolard's in Illinois

Posted: 17 Jul 2000 4:25PM GMT
Edited: 13 Mar 2002 4:23PM GMT
Carnette,
Lawson Brock woolard had a daughter named Margaret. She is listed in Census from 1870 as being born in Illinois. Her age is listed as 12. She also is listed in the 1860 census as being 9 months of age. It appears she was born in 1859. I hope this helps.

Lawson Woolard

Billy McCain (View posts)
Posted: 14 Dec 2000 4:57PM GMT
Deborah,
I have Lawson's father as John Alligood Woolard, b. 1779, Perquimans Co., NC. d. Aug 15, 1866, Wilson Co., TN. His siblings were John B. Woolard, b. 1799-NC; Alfred Woolard, b.1805-NC; Allison "Aul" Woolard, b. 1820-NC; and my ancestor, George W. Woolard, b. 1810-20-Wilson Co., TN. We have a cousin that is from the line of Lawson B. Woolard. E-mail me and I will put you in touch with him.

Lawson Woolard

Posted: 15 Dec 2000 11:53PM GMT
Edited: 13 Mar 2002 4:23PM GMT
Bill, Yes I have this information. I recently recieved the Woolard book from Janes Woolard. It includes alot of information. I would enjoy hearing from another cousin any time. What do you know about how and why the family moved to Illinois? Lawson's firstborn son John R. Woolard was born in Wilson County Tenn in 1836. John bought Land Grant in Illinois in 1861. Would also be interested in finding out about John Alligood Woolard. Thanks for email.
Deborah

Lawson Woolard

Posted: 15 Dec 2000 11:55PM GMT
Edited: 13 Mar 2002 4:23PM GMT
Bill, Yes I have this information. I recently recieved the Woolard book from Janes Woolard. It includes alot of information. I would enjoy hearing from another cousin any time. What do you know about how and why the family moved to Illinois? Lawson's firstborn son John R. Woolard was born in Wilson County Tenn in 1836. John bought Land Grant in Illinois in 1861. Would also be interested in finding out about John Alligood Woolard. Thanks for email.
Deborah

Woolard,Lawson

Bill McCain (View posts)
Posted: 16 Dec 2000 8:54AM GMT
Deborah,
I have the e-mail address of one of our cousins from the Lawson Woolard line. His name is David Durham. Send me a separate e-mail and I will forward it on to David. John Alligood had four wives. Our line is with his forth wife Tabitha Hankins. They were married 4 Oct 1846, Wilson Co., TN (Source: Early Marriages in Middle Tennessee.) I don't have any firm reasons for their moving to Illinois except that they were farmers and they needed fresh land. The family was expanding and getting larger!.

Let me hear from you.
Bill

Woolard Family

Aswa (View posts)
Posted: 1 Feb 2001 2:51PM GMT
I was wonder if u have done any research on the some more of the woolard clan.
My grandmother is a woolard and her parents were Frank woolard and Amanda Repress.Frank
Woolard's fater was Jaratt Woolard and his mother was Charlotte Lilley the
Product of Joe lilley, a White slave owner and a ann lilley. If you can dig anymore into your
family tree and find somemore information I think we can put all the pieces together

Later,Aswa
per page

Find a board about a specific topic