WOOD OF DONCASTER

 

William Wood, husband of Anne Kinson, may be the William Wood, butcher, who was buried at Doncaster in 1673. He may also be the William baptised at Doncaster in 1598/99, son of Simon Wood. However, there were other William Woods in the same period and area.

 

Anne Kinson was perhaps baptised as Agnes on 6 January 1607/08 at Doncaster, daughter of William Kinson.

 

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WOOD

 

WILLIAM WOOD married on 12 February 1627/28 at Doncaster, ANNE KINSON.[1] Anne was buried on 29 Dec 1644 at Doncaster.[2]

 

Child of William and Anne (Kinson) Wood:[3]

                i               DOROTHY WOOD, bap 10 May 1629, Doncaster,[4] bur 19 Dec 1700, Doncaster;[5] m 1 May 1651, Doncaster, ROBERT WELLS[6] (see here).



[1] Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk).

[2] Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk).

[3] They may also have been the parents of William Wood who was baptised on 20 Nov 1639 at Doncaster although that was ten years after the baptism of Dorothy and it is not clear if there were other children in the interim. William Wood, butcher, aged 26, and Mary Wright, widow, 30, were married at Doncaster in 1667/68.

[4] Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk).

[5] Doncaster bishop’s transcripts (online at www.findmypast.co.uk); will dated 21 Sep 1699, proved 29 Jan 1700/01 (Borthwick Institute).

[6] Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk).