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Augustus Woodyard married Lucy Hart on 2 September 1890 in Huerfano County, Colorado. He gave his home residence as Pueblo, Colorado and she gave her home residence as Kansas City, Missouri. They had two children Ruby and Harry (Harrison. A search of the 1900 census for Pueblo did not show them there at that time. However, in the 1900 census for Chicago, Illinois, there is a Gus H. Wood, born October 1859 in Ohio, wife Lucy Wood born August 1869 in Missouri, daughter Ruby Wood born May 1890 in Colorado and Harry Wood born December 1891 in Nebraska. According to Harry's World War I enlistment record as well as the 1910 and 1920 censuses for Chicago, Gus Wood (aka Augustus Harrison Woodyard) was a theatrical carpenter (his son Harry was a theatrical electrician) for the Haymarket Theater in Chicago. During World War II, Harry was living in Oak Park, Illinois with his wife Ella. His mother Lucy had died in Chicago on 11 November 1919. His sister Ruby had married by 1905 in Chicago to William W. White, an Englishman with whom she had two sons. Augustus "Gus" Wood died in Chicago on 1 September 1933. That's all I have for the moment. Hope it helps. Ed Woodyard