Snaps, no. 74: Fred Woodard.

Fred Woodard (1861-1935).

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In the 1870 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: farm laborer Benj’n Woodard, 32, wife Harriet, 31, and children Edna, 13, Frederick, 9, and Venah, 6.

In the 1880 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: farmer Benjamin Woodard, 42, wife Harriet, 39, children Frederick, 18, Maggie, 15, and Ruth, 10, plus a servant with neuralgia named Merrit Joyner, 23.

On 4 January 1888, Fred Woodard, 25, son of Benj’n and Mary Woodard, married Mary Oneal, 20, daughter of Scott Oneal, in Black Creek township, Wilson County.

In the 1900 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: farmer Fred Woodard, 40; wife Mary L., 32, school teacher; and son Linwood, 2.

In the 1910 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: farmer Fred Woodard, 43; wife Mary L., 36; and children Linwood, 12, Nathanael, 10, Sylvester, 7, Stephen, 5, and Nebraska, 3.

Linwood Woodard registered for the World War I draft in 1918. Per his registration card, he was born 9 September 1898; lived at Route 5, Wilson; farmed for Walter Woodard; and his nearest relative was Fred Woodard.

Fred Woodard died 12 October 1935 in Wilson. Per his death certificate, he was 73 years old; was born in Wilson County to Ben Woodard and Harriet Dawson; was the widower of Mary L. Woodard; was a farmer; and lived at 406 Banks Street, Wilson. Linwood Woodard, Greenville, N.C., was informant.

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com user kelliwoodard21.

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