Found this in 'Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Misssouri'........WOOLERY, Lawrence, Cooper County..... Born 4-9-1739, Pennsylvania;d. 4-9-1839, in 100th year of age.Burial in old Nebo Cemetery, Cooper County.Married_____, Margaret (Peggy) _____.Another reference gives the same birth, death and burial information but also shows he married Peggy Horn, which seems to complete the wife's name.Children:Jacob.Michael b. 1-20-1781, d. 12-3-1823.Henry. m. Jane Todd in Kentucky; married Nancy Corum in Kentucky.Were in Madison County, Kentucky, prior to coming to Missouri.John James.Mary L.Althea A.Milly O.Lawrence G.Issac H.Nancy E.Joseph L.William H.Priscilla I.Amanda L.Louisa.Service:"The Register", Kentucky Historical Society, July, 1964, page 253."Western Emigrant"Boonville, Missouri, Cooper County, Thursday, April 18, 1839, page 3, column 3, states:"Near Palestine in Cooper County on the 9th inst. , after a short illness, Mr. Lawrence Woolery, age 100 years.The deceased was an early settler of Cooper County and much respected by all who knew him."This appears exactly this way in the book.My question is.......does anyone know who Jane Todd was?Was she connected to the father of Mary Todd Lincoln?Long shot but you never know.