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Samuel WOODS I
Alice RUSHTON
Husband:  Samuel WOODS
Birth:  ca. 1636
Death:  ca. Jan 1717/8, Groton, Middlesex Co., MA
Marriage:  28 Sep 1659
Wife:  Alice RUSHTON
Birth:  ca. 1636
Death:  17 Apr 1712, Groton, Middlesex Co., MA
Children:
born in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA:
1.  Samuel WOODS II, b. 3 Jan 1660/1

born in Groton, Middlesex Co., MA:
2.  Thomas WOODS, b. 9 Mar 1663; d. 28 Aug 1738, Groton; m. 4 times
3.  Elizabeth WOODS, b. 17 Sep 1665; d. 24 Jan 1717; m. 1 Dec 1686, Thomas TARBELL
4.  Nathaniel WOODS, b. 25 Mar 1667/8; d. 20 Jun 1738, Groton; m. 4 times
5.  Mary WOODS, b. 2 Aug 1670; m1. Eleazer PARKER; m2. 3 Jan 1706/7, John NUTTING, Jr.
6.  Abigail WOODS, b. 19 Aug 1672; m1. Daniel PIERCE; m2. Samuel BARRON
7.  Hannah WOODS, b. 18 Sep 1674; d. 29 Sep 1703; unmarried

born in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA:
8.  John WOODS, b. 4 Mar 1676/7; died young

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Massachusetts

Source:

1.  Henry Ernest Woods.  1910.  "The Woods Family of Groton, Mass."  New England Historical and Genealogical Register 64(Jan): 34-43.

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