Wadsworth, Reynolds, Hood, Hogan and MoreUpdated August 5, 2008
I began research my ancesters after a friend asked for help doing a web search.I've found lots of information on both my maternal and paternal grandmothers lines but hit brick walls on my grandfathers.Quite the opposite of the usual genealogist's luck.
I have uploaded only my direct line as I have more than 250,000 names in my database.
All information at my site may be used freely for private, non-commercial use.Please be aware that not all this information has not been personally verified.The information on this site represents a compilation of material from many written sources, internet databases and data generously shared with me by other researchers.
The information found here is meant to be a starting point for personal research and should not be used as a source for documentation purposes.If you find any information that you believe is in error, please let me know and I will be happy to correct it.
GEDCOM Trees(viewing trees requires 4.0 or later)
- Only My Direct Ancestors (1923 KB)
I simply have too many names to include all of them in this tree.These are my direct ancestors only.
- Nathan Bussey Tombstone (217 KB)
Nathan Bussey tombstone in Wilkes (now Lincoln) County, Georgia
- Original Land Patent of Francis W. Hood (153 KB)
Francis W. Hood's original land patent for land in Tallapoosa County, Alabama.His descendants still live in Tallapoosa County today.
- Signature of Wm. Wadsworth, circa 1795 (29 KB)
Signature of Wm. Wadsworth, Circa 1795
- Idonia Boles Hood (1353 KB)
Small portion of large portrait of Idonia Boles (1861-1933), wife of Francis W. Hood, Tallapoosa County, Alabama.
- Francis W. Hood (38 KB)
Francis W. Hood, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, abt 1904