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1. William B. HOOD. William B. died in 1842. Resided in Carroll County, Tennessee in 1830. Resided in Carroll County, Tennessee in 1840.

Will: State of Tennessee, Carroll County
 
In the name of God Amen I William B. Hood being in my right senses but in low state of health do hereby make my last will and testament. Item the 1. It is my will that my daughter Nancy R. Hood have one bed and furniture. Item the 2nd. It is my will that my daughter Julia Ann Pennington one bed and furniture one cow and calf which she has all ready received. Item the 4th It is my will that my son William G. Hood have one hundred acres of land off the South end of the Pennington tract of land. Item the 5th. It is my will that my Son Henry O. Hood have one hundred acres of land off the North end of the Pennington tract of land to agreed line between them both. Item the 6th It is my will that my son Wiley Allen Hood have the tract of land where I now reside at my wife death. Item. the 7th. It is my will that my beloved wife Charlotte Hood have the tract of land where I now reside during her natural life with all the residues of my property horses cows hogs and Sheep household and Kitchen furniture and farming utensils. Item 8th. It is my will at my wife death that all the property be divided among my Daughters after leaving Mary Ann Sally M and Margaret D. Hood each one bed and furniture one cow and calf or the worth of it if they do not receive it before my wife death I also do leave my wife Charlotte Hood as Executrix of my Estate. In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this day date July the fifth one thousand Eight hundred forty two.

William B. Hood (Seal)
his mark

Test:
Archebaba Lemmons, John Phillips.

State of Tennessee )
Carroll County ( August Term 1842)

This days the last will and testament of William B. Hood Decd was produced into open court and the Execution their of was duly proven by the oaths of Archebaba Lemmons and John Phillips the two Subscribing witnesses their to and ordered to be recorded.

A Copy Test
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On 18 Apr 1817 William B. married Charlotte PARKER, daughter of John PARKER Senior ( 1755-1806) & Chloe LASSITER, in Wake County, North Carolina. Born about 1795 in North Carolina. Religion: Member of Mud Creek Primitive Baptist Church - excluded in February 1851.

Was living with Wylie Allen Hood in 7th District, Carroll County, in 1860.

They had the following children:
2 i. Nancy R. (1818-)
ii. William Gaston. Born in 1819 in North Carolina. Resided in 7th District, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1860. Resided in Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1870.

On 10 Oct 1838 when William Gaston was 19, he married Martha L. DAVIS, in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born about 1817 in Tennessee.

iii. Henry O.. Born in 1821.

On 7 Nov 1839 when Henry O. was 18, he married Lucindy DILDAY, in Carroll County, Tennessee.

3 iv. Harry S. ( 1821-)
4 v. Mary Ann (1823-1909)
5 vi. Martha Jane (1827-)
6 vii. Sarah A. (1828-)
7 viii. Wylie Allen (1832-1908)
ix. Margaret D.. Born in 1833.

x. Robert Franklin. Born in 1834 in Tennessee. At the age of 29, Robert Franklin died in Camp Chase, Ohio on 27 May 1863. Resided in 7th District, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1860.

Military: Robert Franklin Hood served in Company G, 7th Tenn Cav, USA. He died from wounds at Camp Chase, Ohio on 27 May 1863.

xi. Julie Ann.

Julie Ann married ? PENNINGTON.


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