NameDaughter Woodin
Birthbef 1820
Deathbef 1827
FatherDavid Charles Woodin (1798-1825)
MotherSarah Hartman (1792-1825)
Misc. Notes
1820FCI David C Woodin and Family; United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Columbia > Mahoning; image 7 of 8; Name: C David Wooden; Township: Mahoning; County: Columbia; State: Pennsylvania; Year: 1820; Roll: M33_101; Page: 36; Image Number: 43; Source Citation: Year: 1820; Census Place: Mahoning, Columbia, Pennsylvania; Roll M33_101; Page: 36; Image: 47.
Males 1 age 26-45
Females 1 under age 10; 1 age 16-26

Columbia-Luzerne County PA Archives Biographies.....WOODIN, Clemuel Ricketts 1844 - living in 1899
“...Mr. Woodin was born in Cambria, Luzerne County, Pa., December 26, 1844, and is
a son of the late William Hartman Woodin, a grandson of David Charles Woodin,
and a great-grandson of Milo Woodin, a native of Connecticut.
Our subject's
grandfather was an architect by profession who settled in Pennsylvania; he died
October 21, 1825, a young man in years. He was married in 1819 to Sarah Hartman,
who was born in Catawissa, Columbia County, Pa., in 1792, and who died the same
year as her husband. Their children numbered three, as follows: William Hartman;
Joseph B.; and a daughter....”


WILL of William Hartman, “set by my hand and seal this 24th day of April in the year of our lord 1827.”; 23 July 1833 “was proved and approved”;
“.... six following names children that is to say my sons John Hartman, Thomas Hartman, William Hartman and Samuel Hartman and my daughters Nancy Brobst, wife of Joseph Brobst and Mary Hartman single and of the two children of my daughter Sarah Wooden deceased late wife of David C Woodin now also deceased or the survivor of them.
... I hereby direct to be paid and appropriated in the following manner $100 thereof I direct to be paid to my son Caspar Hartman. $300 thereof I direct to be paid to my said daughter Mary if she remain single and continues to live with and way upon myself and wife during our natural lives and the life of the survivor of us but if she at any time marry before our deaths or forsake us or the survivor of us I then direct that only the sum of $100 thereof be paid to her or her heir.... And after the payment of said sums to the said Caspar and Mary i direct the residue of the money arising from the sale of the said property to be equally divided amongst my said 6 children, John, Thomas, William, Samuel, Nancy and Mary and the children of my said daughter Sarah deceased each of my said 6 children taking 1/7 part thereof, and the children of my said daughter Sarah or the survivor of them taking the remaining seventh part.... the reason why I have not mentioned my Daughter Elizabeth Shultz wife of John Shultz now in the state of Ohio is that I have already procured to be conveyed to the said John Schultz and Elizabeth his wife a half quarter of a section oh lands in the said state of Ohio valued at $800 which was considered an recieved by them as their full share and proportion of my estate as may appear by a certain quit claim by them to me executed dated the first day of November Anno Domini 1821 and recorded at Danville in the county of Columbia in the deed book C page 433.....”
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