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"WOOD. Local, from residence near a wood (Old English (Anglo-Saxon) wudu). The name appears first in record in the Latinized form de Bosco (see BOYCE). There is an Old English (Anglo-Saxon) personal name, Wuda, from which the name might be derived. This became in Middle English Wode, and later Wood, but the local derivation is most probable for the name in Scotland. William Wod was a witness to the valuation of Kilravock and Easter Geddes in 1295 (Cawdor, p. 3; Rose, p. 30). In 1370 John Wode complained of having been plundered by wreckers (Bain, rv, 164). Ade Wood in Garvald and Roger Wode in Louchurde were tenants under Douglas, 1376 (RHM., i, p. Ivii; n, p. 16). A horse was stolen from Adam dictus Wode, husbandman of the bishop of Moray, 1398 (REM., p. 212), and Hugo o' the Wode, 'scocheman,' had a royal pardon, 1407 (Bain, rv, 734). William de le Wod is in record, 1413 (CDE., 21). Thomas Wod, a witness in Newbattle, 1458 (Neubotle, p. 246). Patrick of Wod witnessed an instrument of sasine, 1476, and Thorn of Wod witnessed a declaration by John of Roule, 1479 (Home, 23, 25). John Vode was a friar preacher in Aberdeen, 1486 (REA., n, p. 300), and Alexander Woyd was a tenant under the bishop of Glasgow, 1513 (Rental). Vod and Void 1526, Voud and Voude 1520, Vould 1522, Wodde 1491, Wode (of Largo) 1506, Woid 1567, Woide 1481. WOOD. Local, from residence near a wood (Old English (Anglo-Saxon) wudu). The name appears first in record in the Latinized form de Bosco (see BOYCE). There is an Old English (Anglo-Saxon) personal name, Wuda, from which the name might be derived. This became in Middle English Wode, and later Wood, but the local derivation is most probable for the name in Scotland. William Wod was a witness to the valuation of Kilravock and Easter Geddes in 1295 (Cawdor, p. 3; Rose, p. 30). In 1370 John Wode complained of having been plundered by wreckers (Bain, rv, 164). Ade Wood in Garvald and Roger Wode in Louchurde were tenants under Douglas, 1376 (RHM., i, p. Ivii; n, p. 16). A horse was stolen from Adam dictus Wode, husbandman of the bishop of Moray, 1398 (REM., p. 212), and Hugo o' the Wode, 'scocheman,' had a royal pardon, 1407 (Bain, rv, 734). William de le Wod is in record, 1413 (CDE., 21). Thomas Wod, a witness in Newbattle, 1458 (Neubotle, p. 246). Patrick of Wod witnessed an instrument of sasine, 1476, and Thorn of Wod witnessed a declaration by John of Roule, 1479 (Home, 23, 25). John Vode was a friar preacher in Aberdeen, 1486 (REA., n, p. 300), and Alexander Woyd was a tenant under the bishop of Glasgow, 1513 (Rental). Vod and Void 1526, Voud and Voude 1520, Vould 1522, Wodde 1491, Wode (of Largo) 1506, Woid 1567, Woide 1481. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)

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Wikipedia Thomas Waterman Wood (November 12, 1823 ? April 14, 1903) was an American painter born in Montpelier, Vermont.
Wikipedia Carolyn Wood (born December 18, 1945) is a former competitive freestyle and butterfly swimmer from the United States who won a gold medal the 4x100m freestyle relay in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy.
Wikipedia Elizabeth Wyn Wood (October 8, 1903 - January 27, 1966) was a Canadian sculptor, born in Orillia, Ontario, Canada.
Wikipedia Wayne Wood (born June 5, 1951 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey goaltender.
Wikipedia Audrey Wood (born Audrey Brewer) in 1948, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA is a children's author.
Wikipedia Arthur Basil Wood (8 May 1890 ? 17 January 1977) was an English association football player.
Wikipedia Andrew Wood (died 1695) was a Scottish prelate from the 17th century.
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Wikipedia Robert Wood is a British psychologist and writer.
Wikipedia Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (born April 17, 1987 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actress.
Wikipedia Charles Wood (1702 ? October 1774) was an ironmaster and one of the inventors of the potting and stamping method of making wrought iron from pig iron.
Wikipedia Peter Burke Wood (1 February 1867 ? 15 March 1923) was a Canadian-American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who, during a two-season career, played in 1885 and returned in 1889.
Wikipedia Michael "Mick" Wood (born 1952 in Bury) is a retired English footballer who played for Blackburn Rovers, Bradford City and Halifax Town.
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Wikipedia Jeffery Lee Wood (born August 19, 1974) was scheduled to be executed by the state of Texas on August 21, 2008.
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Wikipedia Alvin Wood was an early settler to the area that is now the north central part of Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Wikipedia Christopher James Wood (born 26 November 1987) is an English professional golfer who currently plays on the European Tour.
Wikipedia June Rae Wood is an American author.
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Wikipedia Sam Wood (born 9 August 1986 in London) is an English professional footballer who plays for Football League One side Brentford.
Wikipedia Jim Wood is the current State Auditor of Arkansas, and is a former State Legislator.
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Wikipedia Garry Wood (born 27 January 1988 in Aberdeen) is a Scottish footballer currently playing for Ross County.
Wikipedia William Halsey Wood was an American architect, born at Dansville, NY on April 24, 1855.
Wikipedia John Joseph Wood (born June 7, 1950 in Toronto) is a Canadian sprint canoer who competed from the late 1960s to the later 1970s.
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Wikipedia Edwin Wood (born November 25, 1868) was an English cricketer.
Wikipedia Benjamin Gordon Malison Wood (born Limerick, Ireland 20 June 1931 ? died Limerick, Ireland, 18 May 1982) is a former rugby union footballer who represented Ireland and the British Lions during the 1950s and early 1960s.
Wikipedia Eric Wood (born March 18, 1986 in) is an American football guard for the Buffalo Bills.
Wikipedia Stanley "Stan" Wood (1 July 1905 ? 22 February 1967) was an English footballer who played as an outside left.
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Wikipedia Robert Harry Wood (born January 14, 1916) was an American football offensive tackle/defensive tackle in the National Football League who played for the Chicago Cardinals and the Green Bay Packers.
Wikipedia Arthur Wood (14 January 1894 ? 8 April 1941) was an English goalkeeper who played for Southampton and Clapton Orient.
Wikipedia Sir Alan Marshall Muir Wood, MA, LLD, DEng, FRS, FREng, FICE (8 August 1921 ? 1 February 2009) was a British civil engineer.
Wikipedia Colonel David Wood MBE (23 February 1923 ? 12 March 2009) was the last surviving officer of the coup de main operation by gliderborne troops on D Day, 6 June 1944, tasked to capture two vital bridges before the main assault on the Normandy beaches.
Wikipedia Timothy Dotle Wood (born November 16, 1982 in Tucson, Arizona) is a professional baseball pitcher for the Florida Marlins.
Wikipedia Trevor John Wood (born 3 November 1968) is a former international Northern Irish footballer, born in Jersey.
Wikipedia Alfred Josiah Edward "Alf" Wood (June 1876 - April 1919) was an English footballer.
Wikipedia William Valentine Wood worked for much of his life on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), rising to become its President.
Wikipedia Kimba Maureen Wood (born 1944) is a United States federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Wikipedia Thomas Leslie Wood (born 20 December 1932) is an English former footballer.
Wikipedia Chris Wood (born 7 December 1991) is a New Zealand footballer who plays as a striker.
Wikipedia Ed Wood (born March 1, 1968) is the Chief Designer for WilliamsF1, a Formula One team.
Wikipedia Paul Wood (born 1 November 1964 in Saltburn-by-the-Sea) is an English former footballer who played as a right-sided attacking midfielder in the Football League for Portsmouth, Brighton & Hove Albion, Sheffield United and Bournemouth.
Wikipedia Edward Robert "Ted" Wood (born January 4, 1967 in Mansfield, Ohio) is an American former professional baseball player.
Wikipedia Edmund Eli Wood (10 February 1903 ? after 1930) was an English professional footballer who made 60 appearances in the Football League playing for Northampton Town, Birmingham and Newcastle United.
Wikipedia Barry Wood (February 12, 1909 - July 19, 1970) was an American singer and television producer.
Wikipedia George Ernest Wood (6 October 1888 ? 1 August 1966) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons.
Wikipedia Gary Wood is an independent filmmaker from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Wikipedia Arthur Wood (born 25 May 1844 in Thedden Grange, Alton, Hampshire; died 10 September 1933 at Hove, East Sussex) was an English cricketer who played for Hampshire.
Wikipedia Bradley Alan Wood (born 2 September 1991 in Leicester, England) is a professional footballer currently playing for Grimsby Town.
Wikipedia Jo Wood (born in 1955, n?e Karslake) is a British model and entrepreneur.
Wikipedia Lawson Wood aka Clarence Lawson Wood (23 August 1878 Highgate, London - 26 October 1957 Devon), was an English painter, illustrator and designer.
Wikipedia Charles Wood (April 23, 1916 ? May 29, 1978) was an American singer and actor.