It is possible that Odom is listed twice in this census, first as "Woodam Ben" and later as "Hadum Pine" (really). In the second listing, there are two males under 10 who weren't listed the first time. Twins? He certainly had one son by Lucy Bell born in 1820 or 1821 who was raised by fifth wife Elizabeth Mize, along with a daughter born between 1816 and 1820. There are several people listed twice in the 1820 Rowan census, so Odom/Woodam/Hadum appearing twice wouldn't be unusual. I haven't found a Hadum Pine or Pine Hadum or anything like this name anywhere else. If Odom is Hadum, this would support the connection of Elizabeth Mize to Randolph Mize who settled in almost exactly the same spot before 1810, the Muddy Creek area near Clemmons (formerly Clemmonsville). I think Randolph (son of John and Keziah Mize of Lunenburg, Brunswick, and Mecklenburg Counties VA), and not the phantom "William" listed on her death certificate, may be Elizabeth's father. Compare the 1810 and 1820 censuses and you will see what I mean.