GreatGreatgrandmother, Matilda Calvert, died within 2 months of her husband; my grandmother was around 6, so no family history was transmitted and family records lost when the six children were divided up among relatives and friends. Matilda Calvert Woolard would have been born around 1870, I'd guess; don't have my figures at hand right now...but they lived along the Ohio River near Parkersburg, West Virginia...so could well be connected to boatbuilders upriver....if Matilda appears anywhere, let me know. The family has a lovely big headstone in Parkersburg because grandmother's brother was a consular official in Haiti around 1915 and made good investments. When he died suddenly of typhoid or something, the siblings each got $5,000 in cash plus some stock...which is probably worthless. But before the estate was distributed, the boss of the familiy, Uncle Wirt, moved the family bodies to the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Parkersburg.Parents and 4 children are there now with the nice stone...thus Uncle Clarence provided a suitaable memorial to folks who otherwise would have had no marker of any kind, anywhere!