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children of Edmond Learwood of SC
Posted by: Mitchell (ID *****2201) Date: November 27, 2002 at 05:10:53
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Lewis Wood, the excellent Learwood researcher, lists Elizabeth w/o Wm Moore, Anna w/o a Workman, Thomas, Mary w/o Jack Jowell, Edmond Franklin, & Jackie. Both Elizabeth & Anna were just guesses. I have found nothing to support a daughter who married a Workman and I also question Elizabeth as the Moore children do not carry any "Learwood" given names. The Milly or Emelia I have added and I believe she married Aquilla Nerren.

1790 Old 96th, Laurens, SC
Edmund Wood
3 males +16 [papa Edmond, son Thomas & son?]
2 males - 16 [sons Edmond Franklin & John 'Jackie']
4 females [wife & 3 daughters]
[total of 7 children: 4 sons, 3 daughters -- or 8 total if an older daughter was already married to Wm Moore]

1800 Laurens SC census
Edmond Learwood, over 45
wife, over 45 [wife]
female, 16-26 [Mary]
male, 16-26 [Edmond Franklin]
male, 16-26 [Jackie]
[eldest dau. listed with husband Wm Moore & 3 children; Milly was married by 1800; son Thomas listed w/2 children]

1810 Laurens District census [p.33] lists household of Edmond Wood Sr. with 1 male over 45, 1 male 16-26, 1 female over 45, 1 female 16-26. [are these children of deceased son Matthew(s)? they are not the children of Thomas, as he & his family are in their own 1810 household]


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