My wife is wanting me to build something that matches our dining room table. I have a lot to learn about identifying wood so am asking for help to ensure success. My wife acquired our dining table 40 years ago from her grandmother. I believe the table was made about 100 years ago. Family lore is that the table was handmade and that the wood came from a barn in Lenoir NC, which of course was a focal point for furniture manufacturing. Since the wood is a hardwood and not yellow pine or oak, I assume that the wood had been stored in the barn, rather than the wood was actually used in the construction of the barn. My wife thinks it is mahogany but that does not make sense to me given its importation. I believe it might be walnut (pic 1) or perhaps "aged" cherry based on the grain in pics 2 and 3. Welcome input from those who have much more experience than me. Thanks.