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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,
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
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
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.
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.
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.