1880's Oliver Everet Wood's 3 Daughters CDV Photos, Plymouth, Mass
#505 Trask & Wood Genealogy:
Handwritten on reverse of each photo:
"Edith H. Wood, Dec 25, 1882, 9 years"
"Susie A. Wood, Dec 25, 1882, 12 years, 4 months"
"Florence W. Wood 12-25-82, 7 years, 9 mo"
All 3 CDV's are handwritten in beautiful old dip pen ink by the same hand. Photo type: 3 Original Vintage Victorian CDV carte de visite Photographs. Photographer: Taken on the same day on Boston MA by photographer Cook, 145 Tremont St. or 535 Washington St., Suffolk County, Boston, Massachusetts (known to be Lemuel W. Cook, L.W. Cook or Lemuel Wallace Cook 1837-1920)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Their father: Oliver Everet Wood 1837–1913 born Plymouth MA, died Boston MA, age 75. His parents were Oliver Thomas Wood 1812–1885 and Mary Holbrook Holmes Wood, also born 1812. (Note: He is also seen as Oliver Everett Wood)
Endora Holbrook Wood born 1834
Elisa E. Wood born 1838
William H. Wood born 1840
Mary Covill Wood 1840–1898
Emma Frances Wood 1843–1919
In 1865 he married Abigail or Abby S Wadsworth 1837–1870 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, sadly, she passed away 5 years later in October of 1870, possibly with the birth of their only child, Susan Abbie Wood 1870–1950. (Susan Abigail Wood)
His second wife was Emma Wood or Emeline E Trask Wood 1837–1918.
Their two children were:
Edith Holmes Wood 1873–1907
Florence W. Wood 1875–1908
Note: Susie married Frank Cushman, born 1880 and they had 2 children, Alice W. Cushman born 1904, and Robert W. Cushman, born 1908.
Florence W. Wood in the 1880 United States Federal Census
Birth Year: abt 1875
Home in 1880: Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Relation to Head of House: Daughter (Child)
Father's name: Oliver E. Wood
Father's Birthplace: Massachusetts
Mother's name: Emma E. Wood
Mother's Birthplace: Massachusetts
Oliver E. Wood 42, occupation, machinist
Emma E. Wood 42
Susie A. Wood 9
Edith H. Wood 6
Florence W. Wood 5
Emeline P. Trask age 71 mother in law
A beautiful collection of the 3 daughters of Oliver Wood, all found together with the same handwriting on reverse. They bring to mind Louisa May Alcott's wonderful novel, Little Women. This Wood family is an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War colonial family tracing back to John Johannes Wood 1582–1644 of St Martins in the Field, Surrey, England to the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. There is a beautiful red Victorian decorative running border printed around each of photographer Lemuel Cook's CDV photos, something we have not seen before. This is an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War and colonial new England Wood family.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
Note: The originals are sold, but you may still purchase large, detailed and intimate 300 dpi high resolution scans of front and back, sent immediately via email. Please check our site carefully, as many may be related to each other that we are unaware of. Click scan to place in your cart. Thank you, enjoy! ~debra (please also join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. contact info on top bar)
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