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WOODSIDE
I am looking for information on my Woodside ancestry. An old family story says that "the Woodsides were originally Cunninghams in Scotland in the early 1600s. When the English King disposed the Irish Earls in Ireland and seized their lands, the Cunninghams were among the Scots resettled in Ulster to counter-weight the Roman Catholics. Some of the Cunninghams befriended the Catholics and the clan split. In referring to the Cunninghams, the question arose as to which group was meant. The ones on the wood side became known as Woodsides." My ancestors were staunch Scotch-Irish Presbyterians, so their relatives must have become Catholics [if you're ancestors were Cunninghams - AND WOODSIDES - in County Antrim pre-1798, please contact me.]
 In 1798, or so the story goes, James and Nancy Woodside settled in South Carolina, by entrance of Charleston. Shortly after, they returned to Ireland where two of their children were born, Jean (m. James Gault - not sure of his relation to the family) and Jane "Jennie" (my 4x-grandmother, m. her cousin James Woodside). They came back to South Carolina in 1806, coming with the families Wham and Coleman; they were stranded in Cuba or Barbados shortly enough to raise a potato crop). They were also close friends with the Draytons of Charleston, and the Draytons even wanted to adopt the oldest Woodside girl, Jennie. Jennie and Eliza Drayton grew up like twin sisters, and Jennie was allowed to go visit them in the summers. Jennie even named one of her daughters Eliza Elliott Drayton Woodside. Jennie and James' daughter was Sarah Ellen Woodside, who married James Warren Goldsmith.
 
GAULT
 My 5x-grandfather, James Drayton Woodside, married Agnes "Nancy" Gault. She was from Ballyclare, County Antrim, Ireland, and had a brother named James Gault, Sr. who married Eleanor Mitchell (click here to see their story) and had a son, James Gault, Jr., who inheirited "in exclusion of all other kindred a large property" from his Grandfather Gault (Nancy's father).
 
WHAM
 James Drayton Woodside's mother, nicknamed by researchers "Widow Woodside," married Benjamin Wham of County Derry, Ireland. He was a widower with two sons, Joseph Wham and William Wham.
 
 My 3x-grandmother was Sarah Ellen Woodside (1842-1893), daughter of James Drayton and Jane "Jennie" (Woodside) Woodside. She married James Warren Goldsmith.
 This extraordinary woman was born Sarah Ellen Woodside, on 17 Oct 1842, in Fairview District, Greenville County, South Carolina. She was the last of a total of seven children, her siblings being Thomas Lafayette (1828), James Drayton Jr. (1830), Eliza Elliott Drayton (1834), John Lawrence (1836), William (1838), and Nancy Gault (1840).
 Nothing of her childhood is known. When she was sixteen, she married James Warren Goldsmith of Greenville County, and of a prosperous family. When the War for Southern Independence broke out, her husband went off to war. They had six children: James William (1862), Thomas Ross (1866), John Henry (1868), Sarah "Sallie" Jennie (1870), Edward "Eddie" Woodside (1872), Samuel Lewis (1875). Her husband died in 1877 at the age of 38, leaving her, a widow of 34, with the hard task of keeping up the farm (formerly a plantation, before the War) and more importantly, six children ranging from the age of one and a half to age of fourteen. Her husband had also appointed her executrix of his will.
 The family continued to live, even after James' death, at the house and property in Simpsonville, directly on the Laurens Road and approximately two miles south of the Georgia Road.
 After her sister-in-law, Nancy (Goldsmith) Austin (who was 27 years older, old enough to be considered her mother-in-law) died in 1891, Ellen and the remaining younger children packed and moved to Piedmont, South Carolina. Nancy had lived with Ellen and the family at least since her brother James had died, possibly before. When she died, the family had lost an important and special member.
 Ellen lived in Piedmont for about two years. She died at the home of her (only) daughter, Mrs. Noah (Sarah Jennie) Richardson, at Piedmont, on 23 Jan 1893. She was buried at Fairview Presbyterian Church in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
Throughout her life, she went by several variations of her christened middle name, Ellen, such as Ella, Eleanor, and usually, Ellen.
 
 Below is what I have found on my Woodside lineage.
 
Unknown Woodside m. "Widow Woodside"
...1 James Woodside (1771- 1834) m. Agnes Gault (1773-1868)
......2 Jennie Woodside (1798-1871) m. James Drayton Woodside (1795-1848)
.........3 Sarah Ellen Woodside (1842-1893) m. James Warren Goldsmith (1839-1877)
...1 Thomas Woodside (-1830) m. Jane
......2 James Drayton Woodside (1795-1848) m. Jennie Woodside (see above)
.........3 Sarah Ellen Woodside [see above]
 
*James Drayton Woodside and Jane "Jennie" Woodside were first cousins, as you can see above. They both shared the same surname, Woodside, and the same paternal grandparents, Unknown and "Widow" Woodside.*
 
RELATED SURNAMES: Gault, Wham, (Drayton?), GOLDSMITH
 
 

Descendants of Unknown Woodside

Generation No. 1

1. UNKNOWN1 WOODSIDE He married "WIDOW WOODSIDE".

Children of UNKNOWN WOODSIDE and "WIDOW WOODSIDE" are:

2. i. JAMES DRAYTON2 WOODSIDE, SR., b. 1771, County Antrim, Ulster Province, Northern Ireland; d. June 6, 1834, Greenville County, South Carolina.

3. ii. THOMAS WOODSIDE, b. County Antrim, Ireland; d. 1830, Mississippi.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

 

2. JAMES DRAYTON2 WOODSIDE, SR. (UNKNOWN1)1 was born 1771 in County Antrim, Ulster Province, Northern Ireland1, and died June 6, 1834 in Greenville County, South Carolina1. He married AGNES NANCY GAULT1. She was born 1773 in Ballyclare, County Antrim, Ulster Province, Northern Ireland1,2, and died October 28, 1868 in Greenville County, South Carolina3.

Notes for JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE, SR.:

[Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW]

The Woodsides were originally Cunninghams in Scotland in the early 1600s. When the English King disposed the Irish Earls in Ireland and seized their lands, the Cunninghams were among the Scots resettled in Ulster to counter-weight the Roman Catholics. Some of the Cunninghams befriended the Catholics and the clan split. In referring to the Cunninghams, the question arose as to which group was meant. The ones on the wood side became known as Woodsides.

 

"Will of James Woodside"

IN THE NAME OF GOD. I JAMES WOODSIDE of Greenville District and State of South Carolina being sound in mind and memory calling to mind the mortality of my body knowing that it is appointed for all men to die I make constitute and ordain this to be my last will and testament after committing my sold to the care of Almighty God I make the following distribution of my worly estate which God has given me in this life, I give demise and bequeth in the following manner.

1. I alow my son John to get one years schooling as soon as convenience will admit and also I alow him fifty dollars when he comes to the age of twenty one years.

2. I also alow my son James Five dollars and no more of my estate ... [caly?] an equal part of the land at my widows death.

3. All the rest of my property that I have not willed is to remain in the hands of my widow during her natural life or widowhood and at her death or marriage then to be equaly devided amongst all my children except James those of my childrin that has received parts shall be counted to them in the division of my property.

I also constitute Alexander Thompson Esq and Adam Stinnes to be my executors of this my last will and testiment in witness where of I have heare unto set my hand and seal the twenty third day of March one thousand eight hundred and thirty two.

JAMES WOODSIDE (SEAL)

Test.

JAMES ALEXANDER

JANE ALEXANDER G.

M C G ALEXANDER

Recorded in Will book B -- Page 141 -- Apt 8 .. File #520

Probated August 10th, 1835.

 

"Woodside"

James Woodside, born in County Antrim, Ireland, in 1771, died June 6, 1834. He married his first cousin, Agnes Gault, also of County Antrim. She died October 28, 1863 in her 90th year. They came to this country in 1798 by way of Charleston, S.C. They returned to Ireland and while there their third and fourth children were born, Jean in 1800 and later Jane (called Jennie). The old Woodside Home was a tract of 100 acres a gift to Agnes Gault Woodside from a Mrs. North who probably was the daughter of Rev. John Drayton of Charleston, SC, who built Drayton Hall and planted Magnolia Gardens. The Draytons had one daughter named Eliza Elliott who married a North. The Draytons were friends of James and Agnes Woodside and wanted to adopt their daughter Jane (Jennie) to which they would not consent, but agreed to let her stay with them until she was grown. Eliza Drayton and Jennie Woodside grew up like twin sisters. James and Agnes had seven children. Sallie, James Drayton, Jean born in Ireland in 1800 and married James Gault (don't know what relation to Agnes), Jane (called Jennie) born in Ireland and married her first cousin James Woodside, John (called Creepy John), Ellen and Nancy who married a Barron. They were Protestants, Scotch Irish Presbyterians.

James Drayton Woodside lived to be 63 years old and died March 15, 1858. He married Jane Woodside, his first cousin. She died June 14, 1871 in her 73rd year. Evidently they lived in Woodville, Miss., as their oldest child Thomas Lafayette, was born there and came to South Carolina when he was two years old and settled in Greenville County near Fairview Church. They had seven children.

More About JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE, SR.:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

Occupation: Shoemaker

Will: Probated August 10th, 1835 - Recorded in Will book B, page 141, Apt 8, File #520

Notes for AGNES NANCY GAULT:

October 28, 1863

Obituary

Agnes Woodside consort of James D. Woodside Senr. departed this life in the 88th year of her age. She was born in the parish of Ballyclare, County Antrim, Ireland. She was a consistent member of Fairview Church for many years.

 

More About AGNES NANCY GAULT:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

Marriage Notes for JAMES WOODSIDE and AGNES GAULT:

1st cousins.

Children of JAMES WOODSIDE and AGNES GAULT are:

4. i. JANE3 WOODSIDE, b. Abt. 1798, County Antrim, Ireland; d. June 14, 1871, Greenville County, South Carolina.

ii. JEAN WOODSIDE4, b. 18004; m. JAMES GAULT4.

5. iii. NANCY J. WOODSIDE, b. April 1, 1802; d. August 3, 1855, Georgia.

iv. JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE5, b. 18135; d. August 8, 18865.

v. SARAH WOODSIDE6, b. 1814, South Carolina7; d. July 7, 1886, South Carolina7.

6. vi. ELLEN WOODSIDE, b. 1816, South Carolina; d. January 1, 1854.

7. vii. JOHN LAWRENCE WOODSIDE, b. June 1, 1817; d. October 1895.

 

 

3. THOMAS2 WOODSIDE (UNKNOWN1) was born in County Antrim, Ireland8, and died 1830 in Mississippi9. He married JANE.

Child of THOMAS WOODSIDE and JANE is:

8. i. JAMES DRAYTON3 WOODSIDE, b. 1795, Ireland; d. March 15, 1858, Greenville County, South Carolina.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

 

4. JANE3 WOODSIDE (JAMES DRAYTON2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1798 in County Antrim, Ireland9, and died June 14, 1871 in Greenville County, South Carolina10,11. She married JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE Abt. 1827 in Mississippi12, son of THOMAS WOODSIDE and JANE. He was born 1795 in Ireland13,14, and died March 15, 1858 in Greenville County, South Carolina15,16.

More About JANE WOODSIDE:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

More About JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

More About JAMES WOODSIDE and JANE WOODSIDE:

Marriage: Abt. 1827, Mississippi17

 

Children of JANE WOODSIDE and JAMES WOODSIDE are:

i. THOMAS LAFAYETTE4 WOODSIDE18,19, b. September 28, 1828, Woodville, Mississippi20; d. August 4, 1903, South Carolina20,21; m. (1) MARY ANN STEWART HILL22; b. Abt. 183022; d. January 4, 185022; m. (2) SARAH GOLDSMITH23; b. July 17, 1829, South Carolina23; d. July 4, 1908, South Carolina23.

Notes for MARY ANN STEWART HILL:

[Goldsmiths.FTW]

Mary died six weeks after the birth of her and Thomas's only daughter. She died of fever in her 20th year.

More About MARY ANN STEWART HILL:

Cause of Death: Fever24

Marriage Notes for THOMAS WOODSIDE and SARAH GOLDSMITH:

Marriage and Death Notices From the Up-Country of South Carolina as taken from Greenville newspapers 1826 - 1863 compiled by Brent H. Holcomb, C. A. L. S.

Married on Tuesday, 11th inst., by Rev. E. T. Buist, Captain T. L. Woodside and Miss Sarah, daughter of Thomas Goldsmith, Esq., all of this District. (January 13, 1853)

 

ii. DR. JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE, JR.25, b. December 14, 183025; d. August 4, 185425.

iii. ELIZA WOODSIDE25, b. November 20, 183425.

iv. DR. JOHN LAWRENCE WOODSIDE25, b. May 7, 183625.

v. WILLIAM WOODSIDE25, b. September 30, 183825.

vi. NANCY GAULT WOODSIDE25, b. August 20, 184025.

vii. SARAH ELLEN WOODSIDE26, b. October 17, 1842, South Carolina26; d. January 23, 1893, Greenville County, South Carolina26; m. JAMES WARREN GOLDSMITH27,28, February 15, 1859, Laurens, South Carolina29; b. December 9, 1839, South Carolina30; d. June 3, 1877, Greenville County, South Carolina31,32.

Notes for SARAH ELLEN WOODSIDE:

The Greenville, S. C. Paper, 1 February 1893.

Death of Mrs. S. E. Goldsmith

On Monday, January 23, Mrs. Sarah Ellen Goldsmith widow of the late J. W. Goldsmith, died after a brief illness at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Richardson, at Piedmont. Her death was the result of typhoid fever and was unexpected by her family. The deceased was about fifty years of age, and was a sister of Col. T. L. Woodside, of our city, and a sister-in-law of Capt. William Goldsmith. She leaves six children, five sons and the daughter mentioned above, and with whom she had been residing for some time.

For many years she had been a consistent member of the Presbyterian church at Fairview, and the funeral services were held there at 1 o'clock on last Wednesday afternoon.

 

More About SARAH ELLEN WOODSIDE:

Burial: January 25, 1893, Fairview Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Fountain Inn, South Carolina33

Cause of Death: Typhoid

Church: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

Obituary: February 1, 1893, Greenville, SC Paper

Religion: Presbyterian

Notes for JAMES WARREN GOLDSMITH:

The Last Will and Testament of J.W. Goldsmith of Greenville Co. State of South Carolina

"I, Jas. W. Goldsmith, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, in manner and form following, that is to say: First this my will that do much of my property, real and personal, shall be sold to satisfy my indebtedors, as may be necessary at such time and in such way, as my Executrix and Executor may think best. - And lastly, as to all the rest, residue, and remainder of my personal and real estate, goods and (challils?), of what kind and hature soever, I give and bequeath the same to my beloved wife Sarah E. Goldsmith, whom I hereby appoint Executrix with D.R. Anderson Executor of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set me hand and seal the 3rd day of June in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight-hundred and seventy-seven."

Witnesses

Thos. Goldsmith James W. Goldsmith LS

James F. Peden

John T. Woodside

 

Appraisement Bill of the Estate of James W. Goldsmith, deceased

2 Horses $50.00 $100.00

1 Mule $40.00

4 Cows and Calves $50.00

2 Yearlings $7.00

13 Hogs $33.00

1 Wagon $15.00

1 Lot farming $25.00

1 Buggy & Harness $75.00

4 Plow Gear & Horse Saddle $5.00

5 Bed-Steads and Bedding $100.00

3 Bureax $60.00

1 Washstand and Desk $3.00

1 Wardrobe $5.00

4 Tables and Candlestand $5.00

1 Safe and contents $6.00

2 Basins $2.00

19 Chairs $6.00

1 Settie [Sofa] $1.00

1 Clock $2.00

1 Lot Books $3.00

3 Trucks and 2 chests $3.00

1 Cooking Stove $10.00

2 Mirrors and 4 Pictures $3.00

Amt. Carried forward: $559.00

3 Water Buckets and Wash Pan $0.50

1 Crib $1.00

40 Bushels Wheat $40.00

Growing ----- Crops $300.00

553 Acres Land $3000.00

Total Amount: $3900.50

We the undersigned three of the appraisers appointed to appraise the property of James W. Goldsmith Decd. Certify that the above is a just and true appraisement of all an ----------- Goods and (Challils?) of James W. Goldsmith deceased and was produced by Mrs. Sarah E. Goldsmith Executrix of the Estate of James W. Goldsmith deceased to the best of our knowledge and ability. Witness our hands and seals this 2nd day of August 1877.

J. Westan Stewart LS

Thos. Goldsmith LS

J.L. Bozeman LS

1860 Standing Springs, SC Census

James Warren Goldsmith - 20 - Farmer

Sarah Ellen - 18 - Housekeeper

Value of Real Estate: 1500

Value of Personal Estate: 6000

*SLAVES*

21 - Male Black

16 - Female Black

13 - Female Black

12 - Male Black

7 - Female Black

7 months - Male - Black

~6 Slaves Total~

1870 Fairview, Greenville, SC Census

Goldsmith, Jas. W. - 30 - M - W - Farmer - RE 750 - PE 650 - b. SC

-Sarah E. - 27 - F - W - house keeper - b. SC

-Jas. Wm. - 7 - M - W - b. SC

-Thos. R. - 4 - M - W - b. SC

-John H. - 2 - M - W - b. SC

-Sallie J. - 1/12 - F - W - b. SC

 

 

More About JAMES WARREN GOLDSMITH:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Fountain Inn, South Carolina34,35

Census: October 12, 1860, Standing Springs District, SC

Census 2: July 5, 1870, Fairview, Greenville Co., SC p. 579

Church 1: Clear Springs Baptist Church, Simpsonville, South Carolina

Church 2: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

Confederate Service: Company E, Bozeman Guards. Infantry. Regiment Hampton Legion South Carolina. Private

Confirmation: September 23, 1854, Clear Springs Baptist Church, Simpsonville, South Carolina

Religion: Baptist; Presbyterian

More About JAMES GOLDSMITH and SARAH WOODSIDE:

Marriage: February 15, 1859, Laurens, South Carolina36

 

 

5. NANCY J.3 WOODSIDE (JAMES DRAYTON2, UNKNOWN1)37 was born April 1, 180237, and died August 3, 1855 in Georgia37. She married WILLIAM BARRON37.

Children of NANCY WOODSIDE and WILLIAM BARRON are:

i. AUGUSTUS4 BARRON37.

ii. FRANCIS BARRON37.

iii. JANE GAY BARRON37.

iv. MATILDA BARRON37.

v. WILLIAM BARRON37.

 

 

6. ELLEN3 WOODSIDE (JAMES DRAYTON2, UNKNOWN1)37 was born 1816 in South Carolina37, and died January 1, 185437. She married ROBERT MARTIN37.

Children of ELLEN WOODSIDE and ROBERT MARTIN are:

i. WILLIAM B.4 MARTIN37,38, b. April 9, 184938; d. November 14, 191938.

ii. EDWARD BUIST MARTIN39,40, b. January 1, 185440; d. July 22, 193840.

 

 

7. JOHN LAWRENCE3 WOODSIDE (JAMES DRAYTON2, UNKNOWN1)41 was born June 1, 181742, and died October 189542. He married NANCY TERRY42. She was born April 1, 183242, and died March 8, 185542.

Marriage Notes for JOHN WOODSIDE and NANCY TERRY:

[Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW]

Marriage and Death Notices From the Up-Country of South Carolina as taken from Greenville newspapers 1826 - 1863 compiled by Brent H. Holcomb, C. A. L. S.

On the 4th inst., by the Rev. J. H. McCall, Mr. John L. Woodside to Miss Nancy, eldest daughter of Mr. Gaston Terry, all of Greenville District. (ibid.)

Children of JOHN WOODSIDE and NANCY TERRY are:

i. THOMAS L.4 WOODSIDE42, b. September 10, 185042; d. November 2, 185042.

ii. SARAH "SIS" WOODSIDE42, b. December 15, 185442; d. December 19, 187942.

iii. EMMA ELIZA WOODSIDE42, b. 185542; d. 192142.

 

 

8. JAMES DRAYTON3 WOODSIDE (THOMAS2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1795 in Ireland43,44, and died March 15, 1858 in Greenville County, South Carolina45,46. He married JANE WOODSIDE Abt. 1827 in Mississippi47, daughter of JAMES WOODSIDE and AGNES GAULT. She was born Abt. 1798 in County Antrim, Ireland48, and died June 14, 1871 in Greenville County, South Carolina49,50.

More About JAMES DRAYTON WOODSIDE:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

More About JANE WOODSIDE:

Burial: Fairview Presbyterian Church, Fountain Inn, South Carolina

More About JAMES WOODSIDE and JANE WOODSIDE:

Marriage: Abt. 1827, Mississippi51

 

Children are listed above under (4) Jane Woodside.

 

 

Endnotes

 

 

1. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

2. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

3. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

4. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

5. "Woodsides, Gaults, Whams, & Related Familes.FTW.".

6. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

7. "Woodsides, Gaults, Whams, & Related Familes.FTW.".

8. WorldConnect (RootsWeb).

9. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

10. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

11. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 22, 2001.

12. Guess on my part ........

13. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

14. 1850 Greenville, SC Census.

15. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

16. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 22, 2001.

17. Guess on my part ........

18. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

19. Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record, gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

20. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

21. Cemetery Records.

22. Goldsmiths.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 5, 2002.

23. Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record, gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

24. Goldsmiths.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 5, 2002.

25. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

26. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

27. Goldsmiths.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 15, 2000.

28. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

29. "Marriage and Death Notices from Upper S.C. Newspapers, 1843-1865.", p. 85, Issue of March 3, 1859.

30. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

31. Goldsmiths.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 15, 2000.

32. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

33. Obituary of Mrs. S. E. Goldsmith.

34. Goldsmiths.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 15, 2000.

35. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

36. "Marriage and Death Notices from Upper S.C. Newspapers, 1843-1865.", p. 85, Issue of March 3, 1859.

37. "Woodsides, Gaults, Whams, & Related Familes.FTW.".

38. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 13, 2002.

39. "Woodsides, Gaults, Whams, & Related Familes.FTW.".

40. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 13, 2002.

41. "Woodsides, Gaults, Whams, & Related Familes.FTW.".

42. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 13, 2002.

43. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

44. 1850 Greenville, SC Census.

45. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

46. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 22, 2001.

47. Guess on my part ........

48. "Goldsmith-Woodside-Charles Family Record," gathered by Inez Goldsmith.

49. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 1, 2001.

50. Woodsides, Gaults, Whams & Related Families.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 22, 2001.

51. Guess on my part ........

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