The Monroe County, Virginia 1850 Census lists a Phillip J. Woolwine (house number 134) born in 1764 and, assumed to be his wife, Elizabeth born in 1765.He was a carpenter.Could they be the immigrant Woolwine couple from Lancaster County, PA? I am looking for information about William Woolwine (house number 451 on the same 1850 census) born in 1814 and his wife Rebecca (Griffith ) Woolwine, also born in 1814.I believe William and Rebecca moved to Monroe County circa 1842.They both joined the Old Greenbrier Baptist Chuch in North Alderson on 8/27/1842.The church record said they were formerly of the Antioch Church (location of that church not given) which had been dissolved.They left the Old Greenbrier Church on 8/21/1858 and moved from the area.The 1850 census lists William and Rebecca's children at that time as: Lewis W. (15); Martha J. (12); and Henry J. (10).According to my information the Woolwines lived in the Griffith Creek/Clayton community in Monroe County.Rebecca (Griffith) Woolwine was my gg grandfather's sister. I would like to know where William and Rebecca Woolwine came from to Monroe County in 1842, where their farm was located in Monroe County, and where they went in 1858.Any help in tracking them down will be greatly appreciated.