Sources
Sources

1. Family tradition from Robert Paul O’Hara.
2. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 5.
3. Death Certificate, 27 November 1905, Massachusetts, 1905, Vol. 30, p. 396, No. 1578.
4. FamilySearch, http://www.familysearch.org.
5. Bible given to “Zechariah and Marcella C. Fitch from their sincere friend Joshua Green / Groton / 1 Dec 1861,” New York: American Bible Society, 1859. In possession of RJO.
6. Samuel A. Green, Groton During the Indian Wars, Groton: Privately Printed, 1883.
7. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998.
8. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998, p. 643.
9. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 3.
10. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), The Family of Samuel Woods of Groton, MA, Privately Printed, 1998.
11. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors.
12. Ezra S. Stearns, “The descendants of Dea. Zachary Fitch of Reading,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 55: 288-294, 400-407; 56: 41-47, 1901-1902.
13. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), Groton Family Newsletter, 6(4): 9, Jul-Aug 1998.
14. Rupp, Helen Nye. 1915. Robert Henry of Leicester, Mass. Pp. 65-71 in: Henry Genealogy : The Descendants of Samuel Henry of Hadley and Amherst, Mass., 1734–1790 and Lurana (Cady) Henry His Wife : With an Appendix Containing Brief Accounts of Other Henry Families (William Henry Eldridge, ed.). Boston: T.R. Marvin & Son. p. 66.
15. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998, p. 465.
16. W.R. Cochrane and George K. Wood, History of Francestown, N.H. from its Earliest Settlement April, 1758 to January 1, 1891. With a Brief Genealogical Record of All the Francestown Families., Nashua: James H. Barker, 1895, p. 925.
17. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998, p. 465.
18. Tapley, Frances Pratt (comp.), Vital Records of Sterling, Massachusetts, Sterling, Mass.: Historical Commission, Town of Sterling (1976), p. 35.
19. Joseph Thompson Dodge, Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Mass., 1629-1894, 2 vols., Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Publishing Company, 1894-1898 (reprinted in one volume with new pagination, Dodge Family Association, n.d.), #571, p. 154.
20. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998, p. 639.
21. Joseph Thompson Dodge, Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Mass., 1629-1894, 2 vols., Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Publishing Company, 1894-1898 (reprinted in one volume with new pagination, Dodge Family Association, n.d.), #571, p. 154.
22. W.R. Cochrane and George K. Wood, History of Francestown, N.H. from its Earliest Settlement April, 1758 to January 1, 1891. With a Brief Genealogical Record of All the Francestown Families., Nashua: James H. Barker, 1895, p. 925.
23. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 2.
24. Elias Nason, A History of the Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1877, pp. 226-27.
25. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), The Family of Samuel Woods of Groton, MA, Privately Printed, 1998, p. 141.
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