1. SR. BOLD ROBIN HOOD (NATHANIEL1) was born December 05, 1767 in Wayne, North Carolina,
and died November 20, 1838 in Barbour, AL. He married MARY COGDELL 1800 in Wayne, NC, daughter
of FRANCIS COGDELL and SELAH. She was born October 1767 in Beaufort, Carteret, North Carolina,
and died July 02, 1830 in, Johnston, North Carolina.
Children of BOLD HOOD and MARY COGDELL are:
i. JOSHUA TAYLOR HOOD, b. April 14, 1801, Wayne Co., North Carolina; d. Bef. 1880, Dale County,
m. ELIZABETH JANE COLE, April 01, 1830, Johnston County, North Carolina; b. July 01, 1811, Dale
County, Alabama; d. Bef. 1880, Dale County, Alabama.
ii. BOLD ROBIN HOOD JR, b. November 25, 1803, ,Wayne Co., N.C.; d. January 17, 1873, Wayne
Cunty, North Carolina;
m. (1) PATIA WARD; m. (2) SOPHIA ANNE GRADY;
He did not marry WINIFRED DURKINS, April 17, 1819, ,Wayne, North Carolina; b. 1798,
<, Wayne, North Carolina>, September 12, 1830. The Marriage Index is incorrect. Winifred Dunkins
married Jasper Howell on 17 April 1819. TheBONDSMAN was B. Robin Hood. It was miscopied.
iii. JOHN COGDELL HOOD, b. July 10, 1805, ,Wayne Co., N.C.; d. May 10, 1887, North Carolina;
m. (1) NANCY PEACOCK, January 20, 1829, North Carolina (Wayne County?); b. June 06, 1806,
,Wayne, North Carolina; d. October 15, 1848;
m. (2) CHARLOTTE PEACOCK, November 28, 1848, ,Johnston, North Carolina; b. 1808, ,Johnston,
iv. DANIEL STONE HOOD, b. January 21, 1812, Wayne, NC; d. Dale County, Alabama;
m. ELIZABETH JANE JERNIGAN;
b. 1817, North Carolina.
to Bold Robin's Genealogy
George Cogdell and Margaret Bell
|Bold Robin's wife Mary Cogdell was listed as the daughter of Francis Cogdell and "Selah" in the Hood Bible|
Record. However Francis's wife was named "Celia" in another document. A Pension Application Record
names Celia Boon as the wife of Francis Cogdell. It is difficult to know with the information we have had, who
was the mother of Mary Cogdell Boone. Some believe Celia Boone, who was the daughter of Thomas Boon
and Alice Winborne. This has been disproved, this Celia married John Wheeler according to a book named,
"Thomas Boon Immigrant and 1,000 of his descendents",
we learn from Mr. C. Wilson Buck who says: "Evidently, there were three Thomasas in Northampton at the
same time, mine (will, 1796) and two others" If there were two other Thomas's then there were probably several
Boon families in the area at the time. If anyone has more information about Bold Robin and his family please
let me know by email and I will add it to what is already here. For more on this check out the link above
Francis Cogdell and Selah or was it Celia?