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At present I do not drive so am unable to visit local cemeteries but am more than happy to do any online research as I am disabled/retired.
When I was still able to drive, I visited a few cemeteriers and photographed a limited number of headstones in Logan and Athol, Kansas; O’Neil, Nebraska; Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley, Colorado; Ellwell Cemetery (now Johnstown Cemetery), Johnstown, Colorado; Ault Cemetery in Ault, Colorado; Lakeview Cemetery, Windsor, Colorado.
I research mostly from Southern California, where I live centrally located between the Mexican border and Central California. I’ve been involved with DNA testing since for Genetic Genealogy since 1998. I have successfully found and worked with NPE/adoption studies that included such surname changes in the 1770’s 1870’s and in modern adoption cases. I have extensive work in colonial metes and bounds survey mapping projects in PA,VA MD and .. My research has included work in English, Irish, German, French/ Luxembourg and Prussian Poland area… I also have researched Spanish and Mexican Presidio, Mission, military and settlement records for California and Baja California and origins in Mexico. I also have works in SO Cal Native American records and Indian School records. I research historical and modern records
The Wood Family Index: A Given Name Index. Author, John Sumner Wood. Publisher, Garrett and Massie, 1966
I am happy to do look-ups on the WOOD family in the book The Wood Family Index: A Given Name Index. Author, John Sumner Wood. Publisher, Garrett and Massie, 1966.
I can go to the SLC library to look up microfilms if anyone needs that service or the BYU library as well for books or microfilms,
20 years of looking up ancestors using Family Search and many other sites Have been a volnterr on the Facebook page Genealogy Just Ask for two years