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Nathan A. Wood  , 7S 43W
 




Nathan cash-claimed a quarter in 9, 7S 43W in 1890.

POSSIBLE

He might be the Nathan Wood in 1885 Denver, 45, born in the U.S., a servant for the Louis Lawes family,. Louis is 44, a lawyer born in Illinois, with Carrie 41 Illniois. There are two other servants, O Ing Quell 24 born in Noway, and George Johns, 45.

ANOTHER POSSIBLE
In 1860 Lucas County, Iowa, Seth Woods is 45, Eliza 42, Sarah A. 21, John A. 20, Isaac 16 Nathaniel 14, Geroge 12, Martha J. 10, ALONZO 5, and Francis M. 3.

This is one tree:
In 1870 Lucas County, Iowa, Nathan A. is 16, born in Ohio, with Seth 55 and Eliza 52. Nathaniel is 24, George B. 22, Mary 21, Francis M. 13, Mary F. 8, and William three months.
(Seth Wood 1815-1880 is buried in Warren County, Iowa # 65506858 - his first wife Eliza Ann Newman) Wood died in 1870.

In 1870 Marion County, Iowa, Mary Stewart is 12, with mother Minerva Stewart 52. Lewis is 21, James 20, and John 16.


Mary's brother John 1852-1932 # 58460453 is buried in Lucas County, Iowa "John A. Stuart, son of William and Minerva Stuart, was born Sept. 25, 1852, in Macon County, Illinois, and departed this life July 1, 1932, in Chariton, Iowa, at the age of 79 years, 9 months and 8 days. He came to Lucas county with his parents in a covered wagon when but a small boy. "
Her sister Sarah Ann (Stewart) McCullough 1847-1915 is buried in Chariton Iowa # 62583480
"Sarah Ann Stewart was born in Indiana on March 27, 1847. She was married on May 13, 1867, to Joseph C. Pulliam, who died in 1876. To them three children were born, Frank, who died several years ago, Mrs. Ida Shrader, of Oklahoma, and Earnest Pulliam, of Pueblo, Colo.
She was again married in Marion county, Iowa on March 11, 1877, to John F. McCullough, who survives her. They were the parents of four children, Mrs. Mary Avitt and Mrs. Millie Sanders, of Chariton, Mrs. Bertie Ramsey, of Melrose and Chester McCullough, of Des Moines, all of whom are living.
Mrs. McCullough also mothered five children of Mr. McCullough's by a former marriage and cared for them as tenderly as she did her own. They are Ed and Elmer McCullough and Mrs. Ida Lack, of this city, Mrs. Sarah Clark, of Melcher, and James McCullough, of Canada. "


In Chariton, Lucas County, Iowa, Nathan A. Wood married Mary C. Stewart, age 18, on Dec 17, 1874.
In 1880 Marion County, Iowa, Nathan is farming, 25, born in Ohio. Mary C. is 23, Iowa, and they have Carl 4 and Lewis 2. With them is Minnie Stewart 60, a boarder born in Indiana.

Norris Blair Wood was born March 19, 1890 at Osceola, Nebraska.

Nathan and Mary are farming in Pierce County, Nebraska in 1900, with Lewis Dec 1879 Iowa, Oa June 1881 Iowa, Ethel Oct 1886 Nebraska, and Norris March 1890 Nebraska.

In 1910 Custer County, Nebraska, Nathan is 55, Mary C. 53, Norris B. 20 and his wife Jennie L. 20 Iowa.

Nathan is widowed in 1920 Valley County, Nebraska 61, living with son Orville S. 44 and his wife Anna L. 46. Anna's sister Abbie Peterson 24 born in Nebraska is also with them.

Nathan is widowed in 1930 Custer County, Nebraska, 75, with son Lewis O. Wood 52, Bessie 42 and their sons Philip L. 14 and Dean O. 11.

Nathan 1854-1930 # 58935828 and Mary C. (Stuart) Wood 1856-1914 # 58935827 are buried in Custer County, Nebraska. MIt says she died in Arcadia, Valley County, Nebraska.

June 5, 1930 Ord, Nebraska

Ethel G. Slingsby 1887-1948 is buried in the same Lee Pak Cemetery # 58935765, with Albert 1880-1951.
Ona Edith Thomas 1882-1935 is buried in Rushville, Sheridan County, Nebrasska, # 61774170. So is William Thomas 1880-1919.


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The Delbert A. Wood who claimed land a few miles southwest in 1909 possibly is Adelbert Wood, who was a minister in Kansas in 1910 buried in Mound City, Kansas 1858-1944, # 129272583.

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