Isabella Wood

F, #2296, b. 20 February 1845, d. 18 January 1855
     Isabella Wood was born on 20 February 1845 at Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland.1,2 She was the daughter of William Wood and Margaret Runcie. Isabella Wood was baptized on 27 February 1845 at Parish of Cullen, Banffshire, Scotland.1 Her family was known by the tee-name of "King".
She was listed as head of household's daughter in the 1851 census at Slack Road, Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland. Those recorded in the household were: William Wood, head; Margret Wood, wife; Jean Wood, daughter; John Wood, son; George Wood, son; Isabela Wood, daughter.3
Isabella died on 18 January 1855 at Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland, at age 9.4,5 She was buried after 18 January 1855 at Old Church Yard, Cullen, Banffshire, Scotland.4,5


  1. [S1651] LDS Church, International Genealogical Index, "Isabel Wood, female. Birth: 20 FEB 1845. Christening: 27 FEB 1845 Cullen, Banff, Scotland. Father: William Wood. Mother: Margaret Runcie."
  2. [S1054] Dr Guy D Sutherland-Barnicoat, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Dr Guy Barnicoat of Commerce Township, Michigan, USA.
  3. [S3955] 1851, Scottish Census, "Isabela Wood, daughter, female, age 6, born in Portknockie, Banff, fisher's daughter, resident in Slack Road, Portknockie."
  4. [S3899] Isabella Wood, 1855 Register of Deaths in the Parish of Rathven in the County of Banff, "Wood Isabella, female, 10 years, born in Portknockie. Parents names: William Wood and Margaret Wood, Maiden Name Runcie, Fishers. Died 1855, January 18th 4h P.M. at Portknockie. Cause of death: To all appearance Rupture of a Blood Vessel in the Brain a Few times as Certified by Hugh Sharp A.M. Surgery & Medicine, Cullen, who saw deceased ½ ? on 18 Jany. Burial place: Old Churchyard Cullen, as Certified by Alexr Anderson, Sexton. Informant: George Wood, Uncle (Nearest relative present). Registered: 1855, Jany 22nd at Rathven, Geo Coull Registrar."
  5. [S772] Robert Mair, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Robert Mair of Durham, England.