Woods family property documents
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Woods family property documents

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Woods family.
Title: Woods family property documents
Dates: 1798-1911
Extent: 0.05 cubic feet (7 folders)
Identification: MS 2125

Biographical/Historical Note

Nothing further is known at this time about the Woods family.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains 37 documents and 14 tax receipts. Real estate holdings in Bulloch, Emmanuel, and part of Screven (which later became Bulloch) counties are traced through deeds, warranty deeds, surveyors' maps, mortgages and references to documents held at the county clerk's office. Landmarks include: the Ogeechee River, Lotts Creek, Poplar Springs Church and Bunks Branch.

Documents chiefly concern the Kirkland, Lanier, and Woods families. The Woods family papers focus on acres of land which through marriages and deaths remained in the Woods family, either proper or extended. The transactions of Benjamin Lanier and James Jackson Woods, Sr. are especially well documented. Also mentioned are members of the Barber, Blitch, Caswell, Colson, Cox, Davis, George, Gill, Johnson, Johnston, Lockhart, and Ridgon families.


Index Terms

Deeds--Georgia--Bulloch County
Deeds--Georgia--Screven County.
Kirkland family.
Lanier family.
Lanier, Benjamin, active 1819-1840.
Lotts Creek (Screven County and Bulloch County, Ga.)
Ogeechee River (Ga.)
Poplar Springs Church (Bulloch County, Ga.)

Administrative Information

Processing Information

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.