Yes, I think they are the same, too.
In the 1870 Federal Census for Durham Township, Orange County, the Dossetts and Woods are still living adjacent.There is more information this time, however.
The handwriting on this census is clear and legible, but the photocopy I have is of poor quality and some of the names too dark to read clearly.You will want to re-check this in case I make an error in reading them.Comments in parenthesis are mine:
In house 263, there is:
Dossett, (looks like) Margaret, age 63, keeping house
Dossett, Mary, age 45, At home
In house 264:
Clinton, Rachel,age 72, keeping house
" ,William, age 44, laborer
Vickers, William, age 65, laborer
Clinton, Isabella, age 19, at home
Shamblee, William, age 19, laborer
", (looks like) Kinchen, age 21, laborer
Shamblee, Nancy, age 21, at home
Rhew, John, age 21, laborer
In house 265:
Dossett, Elbert, age 66, Farmer
", Ann, age 50, keeping house
", Newton, age 25, laborer
", Elizabeth, age 22, at home
", John, age 2
In house 266:
Woods, Harris, age 62, Farmer
Brown, Nancy, age 62, Keeping house
Dis(can't make out rest, maybe Disern?), Martha A, 18, at home
", Willis, age 20, laborer.
In house 267:
Woods, Silas, age 34, Laborer
", Isabella, age 25, keeping house
(this is the end of the photocopy; I do not know if there are children here.)
Interested on comments for any of the above and how they inter-relate.