George Abraham Wood held some land in the parish of Feenagh, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare, at the time of Griffith’s Valuation, including Springfield House which he was leasing to Francis Morris. At the time of Griffith's Valuation George Wood held land in the parishes of Castlelyons and Gortroe, barony of Barrymore, county Cork. In the 1870s George A. Wood of Lota House, county Cork, owned 181 acres in county Clare, 2,502 acres in county Cork and 2,910 acres in county Waterford. He was among the principal lessors in the parish of Lismore and Mocollop in 1851. He was the fourth son of Michael Wood of Cork.
- Various commissions of the Peace given to the Wood family, 1828-1912. U231; Cork City and County Archives
Contemporary printed sources
- HUSSEY DE BURGH, U. H. ''The Landowners of Ireland. An alphabetical list of the owners of estates of 500 acres or £500 valuation and upwards in Ireland''. Dublin: Hodges, Foster and Figgis, 1878. [available online at www.askaboutireland.ie] : 482
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of owners of land of one acre and upwards, in the several counties .... in Ireland''. HC 1876, LXXX: 112 (Morice) & 115 (Wood)
- LEET, Ambrose. ''A directory to the market towns, villages, gentlemen's seats, and other noted places in Ireland''. Dublin: Printed by B. Smith, 1814 : 359
- LEWIS, Samuel. ''A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland''. London: S. Lewis & Co., 1837: I, 630 & II, 93 (Springfield)
- ''GRIFFITH'S VALUATION OF IRELAND'[Primary Valuation of Tenements]', 1850-1858. : Ennis Union, 13 (Springfield)