1830 Defiance Twp, Williams Co, OH. The census recorded Woolery "Conrod" and his wife with 3 small children that year. He was 20-30 years old and living with him were 1 male under 5, 1 female under 5, 1 at 5-10, and probably his wife, also 20-30. They were the only ones by the name in the county.
Connie Rice wrote: "Woolery had a close association with the Coy family from the time their
arrival in 1831. He and Jacob Hall traveled to Greene Co. in 1834 to assist Adam(grandson of the Soleinger family that moved from Pennsylvania to Ohio with Jacob Coy Jr. in 1801) and Sally Sullinger and their family to Tiffin Twp. The Sullinger family arrived on 8-18-1834
1840 Springfield Twp, Williams Co, OH. That year his name was corrected by the census taker. His household consisted of 2 males aged 5-10, 1 at 10-15, Woolery was 40-50, 2 females at 10-15, and 1 female aged 50-60. Two doors down was William Coonrod.
The location of his death is now called Tiffin Twp, Defiance Co, OH.