This is the only reference I have to Woodson... It does connect Woodson to Tucker most likely through marriage. You may find that Woodson is the maiden name of Woodson's mother or grandmother. I will follow-up with the Tuckers...
Richard Woodson (see below)
Elizabeth MICHAUX (Tucker) and William TUCKER II marry.
Elizabeth Michaux (Tucker) (June __, 1684)
William Tucker (1680)
Birth: JUN 1684 in Henrico, VA
Death: 1 JUN 1780
Father: Abraham MICHAUX b: 23 FEB 1672 in Sedan, Ardennes County France
Mother: Susanne ROCHET b: 13 APR 1667 in Sedan, Ardennes County France
Jemima Malone (Tucker) (1725)
George R. Tucker I (September 24, 1723, Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia – 1777, Bute County, North Carolina)
Susanna Tucker (April 19, 1721, Bristol Parrish, Prince George County, Virginia)
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Female (nee unknown) (Tucker) (
Daniel Tucker (April 29, 1724, Bristol Parrish, Prince George County, Virginia – 1804, Randolph County, North Carolina)
1 _UID F426019AA0461040819680A157B0D9878AA8
Page 30. Nuncupative Will. Amelia County. Dec 31, 1747. This day, PelegFarguson came before me, a Justice of the Peace for this county, and madeoath that on Saturday, Nov 28, 1747, he was at the late dwelling house ofAbraham Mechaux, and in company with the said Abraham Michaux, then andthere lying very sick, and like to die, and the said Abraham Michauxwanted him to write a line or two for him, meaning his will, and that hiswill was that William Tucker should have everything that he was possessedof, with only 1 black heifer, which he gave to his sister, SusannaQuinn. But if William Tucker died without lawful heirs, that then JohnMechaux Jr and Abraham Mechaux, his brother, sons of John Mechaux, shouldcome in for his estate. And before the said Peleg Ferguson finished thewriting, the said Michaux wanted him to fetch his pocket book, that hemight see his old will, and when he brought it, it desired that he would read it, and accordingly, he did, and the said Abraham Mechaux said that the things that John Mechaux had, he himself was not possessed with, meaning his moulds, and desired the said Farguson to tear his name off from the old will, and directly died before the said Farguson couldfinish the writing, and that the above writing is the true last will anddesire of Abraham Mechaux, deceased. Verified - Charles Irby. Witnesses -Peleg Farguson.
At L Court of Aug 2, 1748, the aforesaid will of the deceased waspresented in Court to be proved. Farguson testified that the within willis a good, nuncupative will, whereupon Lyddall Bacon, Gent, with JohnBacon and Lewis Delony, his sureties, entered into bond for the executionthereof.
Page 68. Account Current. Lydall Bacon's account of the administration ofAb'm Michaux, deceased's, estate.
To paid: John Thomas, Silv's Walker, the Surveyor, William Dendy,Lawyers' fees, Hugh Miller, Mich'l Young, Susannah Quinn, John Bacon,Peleg Farguson, Secretary Nelson, John Hall (Surveyors fees), Clem'tRead, Edward Parham, Jno Willingham, John Blackstone, Jno Nance for PelegFarguson.
Total: ÂÐ 84.16.8Âu.
By: Thomas Taylor, John Nance, John Blackstone, Isham Melone, JohnMorton, Richard Woodson, Robert Haislip, Robert Allan, Tandy Walker,Samuel Baker, Thomas Nance, Drury Allan, Henry Deloney, ThomasWillingham, John Willingham, John Willingham for acct Thomas Tucker, JohnWade, John Bacon, Peter Fontaine, judgment and execution vs Richard Leke.Total: ÂÐ 84.16.8Âu.
This Apr 7, 1752, errors excepted per Lyd'l Bacon, Executor. RecordedApr 7, 1752.
1. Author: Gary Wilson Tucker,
Source Media Type: Other
2. Title: Notes of Jane Fagan, Mayflower, AR
Source Media Type: Interview
3. Author: Phillip Judson Clark
Title: GEDCOM File : pyle51.ged
260 Hiatt Road
Date: 23 Oct 2005