Caleb Woodward1

b. July 25, 1729, d. November 1, 1772
  • Reference: 0192
  • Last Edited: 6 Mar 2021

Family: Hannah Cheever b. November 22, 1733, d. November 5, 1799

Citations

  1. Massachusetts, U.S., Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988
    https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2495/images/41254_265483-00080
  2. Henry Bond, Family Memorials: Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=3Yc-AAAAYAAJ . Boston: Little, Brown & Co., (1855) , Vol. 2, p. 968.
  3. Brookline (Mass.), Vital Records of Brookline, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849., Salem, MA: The Essex Institute, (1929) , p. 172.
  4. Brookline (Mass.), Vital Records of Brookline, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849., Salem, MA: The Essex Institute, (1929) , p. 80.
  5. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , p. 676.
  6. Brookline (Mass.), Vital Records of Brookline, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849., Salem, MA: The Essex Institute, (1929) , p. 79.
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Caleb Woodward1

b. perhaps 1730
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Caleb Woodward was born perhaps 1730.
  • He was the son of Thomas Woodward and Dorothy Parke.1
  • Last Edited: 18 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Richard Henry Moore and et. al., The New York genealogical and biographical record, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=jNcUAAAAYAAJ . New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, , p. 192.
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Capt. Caleb Woodward1

b. December 24, 1789
  • Reference: 0048
  • Last Edited: 20 Jul 2016

Family 1: Betsey Woodward b. August 20, 1790, d. April 26, 1822

Family 2: Hannah Cary b. March 26, 1796

Citations

  1. Marquis Fayette King, Annals of Oxford, Maine, from its incorporation, February 27, 1829 to 1850.
    Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield plantation, now Hebron and Oxford, and supplemented with genealogical notes from the earliest records of both towns and other sources.
    , Portland, Me.: (1903) , p. 295.
  2. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , p. 677.
  3. "New Hampshire, Birth Records, Early to 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FL5S-2JR : accessed 09 May 2014), Caleb Woodward, 24 Dec 1789; citing Washington, Sullivan, New Hampshire, United States, Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord; FHL microfilm 1001056.
  4. Newton (Mass.), Vital records of Newton, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, Boston: New England historic genealogical society, at the charge of the Eddy town-record fund, (1905) , p. 412.
  5. Brookline (Mass.), Vital Records of Brookline, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849., Salem, MA: The Essex Institute, (1929) , p. 171.
  6. Ancestry.com, Maine Marriage Records, 1705-1922 [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., (2010).
  7. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Oxford, Oxford, Maine; Roll: M432_263; Page: 71A; Image: 142. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  8. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Philadelphia Ward 20, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll: M653_1171; Page: 558; Image: 563. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  9. Massachusetts State Census, 1865, Boston, Massachusetts: Massachusetts State Archives, , Family Number:      649, Line Number:      21, Film Number:      0954575, Digital Folder Number:      4287715, Image Number:      00062.
  10. William E. Woodward, Copy of Record of Death Vol. 429, p. 11, #232 (1892), The Massachusetts Archives at Columbia Point, 220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, Massachusetts.
  11. Marquis Fayette King, Annals of Oxford, Maine, from its incorporation, February 27, 1829 to 1850.
    Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield plantation, now Hebron and Oxford, and supplemented with genealogical notes from the earliest records of both towns and other sources.
    , Portland, Me.: (1903) , p. 996.
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Caleb Leighton Woodward1

b. August 20, 1829, d. February 24, 1832
  • Reference: 0048e
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 2010

Citations

  1. Marquis Fayette King, Annals of Oxford, Maine, from its incorporation, February 27, 1829 to 1850.
    Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield plantation, now Hebron and Oxford, and supplemented with genealogical notes from the earliest records of both towns and other sources.
    , Portland, Me.: (1903) , p. 295.
  2. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , p. 677.
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Caroline Woodward1

b. October 30, 1816, d. April 28, 1843
  • Reference: 0096db
  • Last Edited: 15 Feb 2016

Citations

  1. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , pp. 677-8.
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Caroline A. Woodward

b. February, 1858, d. December 3, 1942
  • Reference: 0096dfc
  • Last Edited: 17 Oct 2016

Family: Patrick Henry Cahoon b. September 8, 1843, d. February 7, 1924

Citations

  1. "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M95D-CC6 : accessed 25 August 2015), Patrick H Cahoon, Harwich Town (east part), Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States; citing sheet 7B, family 221, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,631.
  2. "United States Census, 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M7W2-MMG : 30 December 2015), Carrie A Woodward in entry for George E Woodward, 1860.
  3. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) . (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  4. "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHRL-1N4 : 11 August 2016), George E Woodward, Wilmot, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States; citing enumeration district ED 195, sheet 504C, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0766; FHL microfilm 1,254,766.
  5. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, , Vol: 352 ; Page: 13.
  6. "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M2N6-Y7H : accessed 25 August 2015), Carrie A Cahoon in household of Patrick H Cahoon, Harwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 11, sheet 1B, family 29, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,584.
  7. "United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXTN-6L7 : accessed 25 August 2015), Carrie A Cahoon in household of Patrick H Cahoon, Harwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States; citing sheet 3B, family 85, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,679.
  8. "BillionGraves Index," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2HF4-M1H : accessed 25 August 2015), Patrick H Cahoon, died 07 Feb 1924; citing BillionGraves (http://www.billiongraves.com : 2012), Burial at Island Pond Cemetery, Harwich Center, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States.
  9. "Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FXDN-TQX : 1 March 2016), Harry S. Cahoon, 1885.
  10. "Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FX64-16J : 1 March 2016), Eliza E. Cahoon, 1888.
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Charity Woodward1

b. perhaps 1755
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Richard Henry Moore and et. al., The New York genealogical and biographical record, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=jNcUAAAAYAAJ . New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, , p. 192.
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Charles Woodward

b. February 3, 1878
  • Reference: 0048ge
  • Last Edited: 17 Nov 2012

Citations

  1. 1880 United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, New Jersey, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules, Washington, D.C.: The National Archives,, ([19--?]) , FHL Film 1254786; National Archives Film T9-0786; Page 127C.
  2. "New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1931." Index., Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, (2009, 2010) , FHL Film Number:     494183.
  3. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place: Hoboken, Hudson, New Jersey; Roll: 786; Family History Film: 1254786; Page: 127C; Enumeration District: 045; Image: 0255.
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Charles Woodward1

b. perhaps 1931
  • Last Edited: 3 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. Find a Grave, at http://www.findagrave.com/, Created by: Patty C
    Record added: Feb 23, 2008
    Find A Grave Memorial# 24827412.
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Charles H. Woodward

b. June 30, 1852
  • Reference: 0096dec
  • Last Edited: 6 Oct 2016

Family: May L. Wilkinson b. April, 1857, d. June 20, 1905

Citations

  1. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Wilmot, Merrimack, New Hampshire; Roll M593_846; Page: 544; Image: 582.. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  2. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Rumney, Grafton, New Hampshire; Roll: T623 946; Page: 4A.
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Charles Lowell Woodward1

b. August 20, 1833, d. September 17, 1903
  • Reference: 0048g
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • D.O.T.
  • Compared with Europe this country can boast of but few "characters" in the old booktrade. Eccentric, ignorant, rude and untidy specimens there have been enough, but "originals," such as Raquin, Pere Malorey, Lecureux, Morgand, Conquet, Lackington, Darton, Salkeld, to mention but a few French and English notables in the Brotherhood of Books, have been exceedingly few in this country, and are now as extinct almost as the dodo.

    Among the few remaining old bookmen of the nineteenth century who preserved their rugged individuality until the end, who in their person and method of doing business were bound to attract more than passing notice, was Charles Lowell Woodward, the New York bookseller, who closed the door upon this life nearly a year ago, on the 17th of September, 1903. A man who was little understood, and therefore appreciated by only the few who cared or, rather, dared to penetrate a rough and often repelling exterior that fairly bristled with hatred of humbug, cant and pretense, but which covered a heart that beat warm and fervent for all that was real and human. Fewer men of the writer's acquaintance had a more paradox nature. Quick and almost infallible in detecting a fraud, he was ever and again the victim of some clever "artful dodger." Grim and remorseless in punishing some detested person or principle, he was gentle and tenderly sympathetic as a woman in ministering to the comfort of a friend in need. Inflexible he was in only one thing—his stand for the right as he saw it, sacrificing friend, business, his very life if need be in its defense. Such was the man who for a generation was known by reputation all over the English-speaking world as the owner of one of the best-selected stocks of Americana, and, whether he was buying or selling, as one of the fairest dealers in the booktrade.3
  • Charles Lowell Woodward was born on August 20, 1833 in Waterford, Oxford County, Maine, his childhood being spent in the towns of Waterford and Oxford. From his earliest boyhood he was impatient to read, having inherited his taste for books from his father, Caleb Woodward, a staunch abolitionist and lover of books.

    When about fifteen years of age, Woodward went to Boston, and took a position in a drug house.

    In 1853 he became infected with the gold fever and went to California, making the journey by way of the Isthmus, and living for several months at the notorious Poverty Hill. In the following year, while helping to build a well and being lowered into it, he fell and fractured his ankle. This put an abrupt end to his California career, and in 1855 he returned to Boston and again went into the drug business.

    During the war between the States he was at Philadelphia. Being debarred from active service at the front on account of his broken ankle, he identified himself with the New England Society in aiding sick soldiers and the families of the soldiers who had lost their lives. His spare hours were spent in the book shops and in collecting more books.

    In 1864 he went to the oil fields of Pennsylvania. While there a flood rendered him homeless. He saved two trunks—one contained books.

    In 1865 he removed to New York City, and became an agent for Bradstreet's Commercial Agency. Later he joined the staff of Dunn, Barlow & Co.

    He became more and more interested in books, and fairly haunted old book shops. His home was littered with books, especially with books relating to the early history of America, to Washington, Lincoln, slavery, etc He bought whole collections at a time and pored over them during the night, very often until dawn, collating and studying them. During this period—1865-1879—he became interested in books relating to the Mormons, and made the collection that formed the nucleus of the Berrian library that in 1899 was presented by Miss Helen Gould to the New York Public Library. Mr. Woodward sold this collection at auction in 1880, the catalogue being entitled "Bibliotheca Scallawagiana." Mr, Woodward also wrote a book on Mormonism, but did not publish it.

    In 1875 Mr. Woodward took rooms at 78 Nassau Street, one flight up, and started in the book business. He continued at this place for nearly thirty years, until ill health obliged him to give up business. During this time he bought and sold many rare books, and in his well-kept and well-swept shop were wont to gather many noted people interested in books and book gossip—Henry Cruse Murphy, Dr. George H. Moore, Dr. John Gilmary Shea, Henry B. Dawson, Samuel J. Tilden, J. Fairftx McLaughlin, Gordon L. and Paul Leicester Ford, Dr. Samuel S. Purple, Dr. Ellsworth Eliot, Colonel James, Dr. Samuel A. Green, of Boston, and many others. Dr. George H. Moore used to come in the afternoon and detain Woodward at his shop until nine o'clock and then accompany him on his way home, often sitting in the City Hall Park until midnight discussing bookish affairs.

    Mr. Woodward had an excellent and tenacious memory. He remembered instantly, by face and name, any one with whom he had to do, even years after he had last seen him. His memory for books was equally reliable. In writing he had a quaint but forceful style, and his catalogues are full of drastic and ironical ccmments. His special bugbears were doctors, whether of law, medicine or divinity, and these always came in for a share of chaff, or punishment if he thought they deserved it

    For the hunter after pedigrees Mr. Woodward also had little sympathy. On the cover of one of his catalogues of genealogies he printed a picture of a donkey with paniers leaded with books. Whenever a customer called for genealogies he would present him with a copy of his "Donkey Catalogue" much to the mystification of the caller.3
  • He was the son of Capt. Caleb Woodward and Hannah Cary.2
  • Charles married Margaret Stuart Clark.4
  • On December 15, 1857, Charles Lowell Woodward was mentioned on the birth record of Margaret S. Woodward.5
  • The census of 1860 shows: Charles Woodward, 26, an agent; and Margaret Woodward, 24; listed with Margaret Woodward and Caleb Woodward
    living at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.6

  • The census of 1870 shows: Charles Lowell Woodward and Margaret Stuart Clark listed with Margaret S. Woodward, Maud M. Woodward and Mary Lillie Woodward
    living at Ward 21 District 10, New York, New York County, New York.7

  • The census of 1880 shows: Charles Woodward, 47, a book dealer; and Margaret Woodward, wife, 44, housekeeper; listed with Daisey Woodward, Maud Woodward, May Woodward, Maybell Woodward and Charles Woodward
    living at 11 Newark Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey.8

  • The census of 1900 shows: Charles L. Woodward, 66, a book seller; listed with Maud M. Woodward, May L. Woodward and Mabel D. Woodward
    living at 61 Union Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey.9

  • On January 13, 1900, an article appeared in the New York Times stating "Thed gift of the Berrian collection of works on Mormonism to the New York Public Library by Miss Helen M. Gould is an important addition to the resources which the library can offer to the student of human errors. This collection was begun over forty years ago by Charles L. Woodward, the well-known bookseller of Nassau Street, and was sold by him in 1880, the catalogue being entitled Bibliothica (sic) Scallawagiana. The greater part of the collection came into the possession of William Berrian, a merchant of this city, who amused himself for the next sixteen years in extending and enlarging it...10
  • Charles lived in New York City, where in 1903 he owned the Antiquarian Book Store at 78 Nassau St. It was said his collection of rare American books was second to none in the country.
  • Charles died on September 17, 1903 at age 70. Some time before his death Mr. Woodward was run down by a wagon on Nassau Street, and sustained injuries from which he never fully recovered. With the aid of his daughter he continued the business until within a few months before his death, when he determined to close out his stock bv auction.3
  • Last Edited: 16 Dec 2016

Family: Margaret Stuart Clark b. about 1836

Citations

  1. Marquis Fayette King, Annals of Oxford, Maine, from its incorporation, February 27, 1829 to 1850.
    Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield plantation, now Hebron and Oxford, and supplemented with genealogical notes from the earliest records of both towns and other sources.
    , Portland, Me.: (1903) , p. 295.
  2. Marquis Fayette King, Annals of Oxford, Maine, from its incorporation, February 27, 1829 to 1850.
    Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield plantation, now Hebron and Oxford, and supplemented with genealogical notes from the earliest records of both towns and other sources.
    , Portland, Me.: (1903) , p. 996.
  3. A. G., "Charles Lowell Woodward", The Publishers' Weekly No. 1689 (June 11, 1904): p. 1489.
  4. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , p. 677.
  5. "Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FXCL-ZBJ : accessed 20 Dec 2012), Margaret S Woodard, 1857.
  6. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Philadelphia Ward 20, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll: M653_1171; Page: 558; Image: 563. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  7. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: New York Ward 21 District 10, New York, New York; Roll: M593_1009; Page: 234A; Image: 471; Family History Library Film: 552508.. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  8. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place: Hoboken, Hudson, New Jersey; Roll: 786; Family History Film: 1254786; Page: 127C; Enumeration District: 045; Image: 0255.
  9. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Jersey City Ward 8, Hudson, New Jersey; Roll: T623 978; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 137.
  10. The New York Times, New York, New York: The New York Times Company, , Jan. 13, 1900, p. BR8.
  11. 1880 United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, New Jersey, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules, Washington, D.C.: The National Archives,, ([19--?]) , FHL Film 1254786; National Archives Film T9-0786; Page 127C.
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Charlotte Woodward1

b. about 1817, d. January 13, 1892
  • Reference: 0192geb
  • Last Edited: 6 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915, at https://familysearch.org, volume/page/certificate number:     P 24
    film number:     961508
    digital folder number:     4225003
    image number:     31.
  2. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Roxbury Ward 1, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: M653_517; Page: 578; Image: 210. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. Massachusetts State Census, 1865, Boston, Massachusetts: Massachusetts State Archives, , Family Number:      649, Line Number:      21, Film Number:      0954575, Digital Folder Number:      4287715, Image Number:      00062.
  4. "Massachusetts Town Records, ca. 1638-1961," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FHZB-QPQ : 20 April 2016), Andrew J Woodward and Charlotte Woodward, 20 Jul 1871; citing West Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Town clerks and local churches; FHL microfilm 741,321.
  5. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 559; Family History Film: 1254559; Page: 70C; Enumeration District: 743; Image: 0685.
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Clarabel E. Woodward

b. October 24, 1859, d. July 20, 1861
  • Reference: 0024c
  • Last Edited: 9 May 2014

Citations

  1. "Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FX4N-LKW : accessed 04 Dec 2012), Clarabele Woodward, 1859.
  2. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Roxbury Ward 1, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: M653_517; Page: 578; Image: 210. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, , Vol: 148 ; Page: 273.
  4. Gravesite Locations of Lot 1543, 95 Forest Hills Avenue, Jamaica Plain 30, Mass.: Forest Hills Cemetery, : Original Proprietor: W. Elliot Woodward.
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Clarence Elliot Woodward

b. June 21, 1874, d. 1940
  • Reference: 0012a
  • Last Edited: 13 May 2014

Family: Sarah Bess Seely b. about December 9, 1877, d. December 5, 1906

Citations

  1. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, , Vol: 261 ; Page: 262.
  2. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Family History Library Film 1254560 NA Film Number T9-0560 Page Number 140D.
  3. Massachusetts. Boston, Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, Massachusetts, 1891-1943. Micropublication T843. RG085. Rolls # 1-454, Washington, D.C.: National Archives, , Microfilm Roll Number: 3.
  4. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, , Vol: 462 ; Page: 316.
  5. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Boston Ward 20, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T623 686; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 1458.
  6. The Boston Directory, Boston, Mass.: Sampson & Murdock Company, , 1901.
  7. The Boston Directory, Boston, Mass.: Sampson & Murdock Company,.
  8. Malden City Directory, Boston: Sampson & Murdock Co., , 1906: p. 602.
  9. 1910 United States. Bureau of the Census. 13th census, 1910 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of Census Micro-Film Lab, ([19--?]) , Census Place: Malden Ward 3, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_601; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 894; Image: 820.
  10. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, at http://content.ancestry.com, Registration State: Massachusetts; Registration County: Middlesex; Roll: 1674434; Draft Board: 3.
  11. 1920 United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, ([193-?]) , Census Place: Somerville Ward 7, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_718; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 455; Image: 417.
  12. 1930 United States. Bureau of the Census. 15th census, United States, 1930 federal census : population schedules ; NARA microfilm publication T626, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([19--?]) , Census Place: Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 938; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 145; Image: 435.0.
  13. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, (1940) , Census Place: Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T627_1634; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 11-310.

    Online sources show the home at this address was built in 1940. Perhaps their earlier home was destroyed in the 1939 hurricane.
  14. Find a Grave, at http://www.findagrave.com/, Created by: David J Bollman
    Record added: Mar 05, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 66503410.
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Clarence Elliot Woodward

b. September 4, 1856, d. January, 1918
  • Reference: 0024b
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • D.O.T.
  • Clarence E. Woodard was born on September 4, 1856 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of William Elliot Woodward and Clarissa Eliza Roys.1
  • The census of 1860 shows:
    Clarence E. Howard, 4; in the household of
    W. E. Woodman, 34, a druggist with $20,000 real estate and 10,000 personal estate; and
    Clara E. Woodman, 31;
    living at Roxbury, Massachusetts.3

  • The census of 1865 shows:
    Clarence Woodward, 10; in the household of
    William E. Woodward, 39, apothecary; and
    Carrie E. Woodward, 37;
    living at Ward 1, Roxbury, Massachusetts.4

  • The census of 1870 shows:
    Clarence Elliot Woodward in the household of
    William Elliot Woodward and
    Clarissa Eliza Roys
    living at Roxbury, Massachusetts.5

  • Clarence E. Woodward was in the thrid class at Roxbury High School in September, 1870.6


  • The Boston City Directory 1876 lists:
    Woodward, W. Elliot. apothecary 258 Dudley. house 260 Dudley
    Woodward, Harlow E. 258 Dudley. house 260 Dudley
    Woodward, Clarence E. clerk 258 Dudley. boards 260 Dudley.


  • The Boston City Directory 1877/78 lists:
    Woodward, W. Elliot. apothecary 258 Dudley. house 260 Dudley
    Woodward, Clarence E. clerk 258 Dudley. boards 260 Dudley
    Woodward, Harlow E. 258 Dudley. house 260 Dudley.


  • The Boston City Directory 1880 lists:
    Woodward Brothers, owned by Harlow E. and Clarence E. Woodward, perfumery and patent medicine, 468 Washington
    Woodward, Clarence E. partner, Woodward Bros., 468 Washington. boards 260 Dudley
    Woodward, Harlow E. partner, Woodward Bros., 468 Washington. house 50 Clarence, Roxbury.
  • In February, 1880, Clarence E. Woodward sold to the trustees of the Mount Pleasant M E Church, building and 7630 feet land for $1277 in Howard Ave., Dorchester, Massachusetts.7
    Boston Daily Advertiser, (Boston, MA) Friday, February 13, 1880; Issue 38; col E
    Real Estate Record Sales by Auction
    Category: Business
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  • The census of 1880 shows:
    Clarence Elliot Woodward in the household of
    William Elliot Woodward and
    Clarissa Eliza Roys
    living at 260 Dudley Street, Boston, Massachusetts.8

  • On August 27, 1880, certain real estate, owner unknown, James E. Root heirs and Clarence E. Woodward probable owners, W. Elliot Woodward former owner, was to be auctioned for non-payment of $88.75 taxes. The land is described as about 14,250 feet of land on the easterly side of Dudley street, Boston Highlands, being lot 3, block 26, as shown on Assessors' Plans, vol. 8, page 15, on file with Suffolk Deeds.9
  • Clarence married Marietta C. Ames on December 15, 1881 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, Clarence was a trader. They were married by W. Spaulding, a Universalist clergyman.10


  • The Boston City Directory 1882 lists:
    Woodward, W. Elliot. apothecary 258 Dudley. house 260 Dudley
    Woodward Brothers, owned by Harlow E. and Clarence E. Woodward, patent medicine, 40 Bromfield
    Woodward, Clarence E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. boards 51 Clarence, Roxbury
    Woodward, Harlow E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. house 50 Clarence, Roxbury.


  • The Boston City Directory 1883 lists:
    Woodward Brothers, owned by Harlow E. and Clarence E. Woodward, patent medicine, 40 Bromfield
    Woodward, Clarence E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. boards 51 Clarence, Roxbury
    Woodward, Harlow E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. house 29 Bainbridge.


  • The Boston City Directory 1884 lists:
    Woodward Brothers, owned by Harlow E. and Clarence E. Woodward, patent medicine, picture frames, &c, 40 Bromfield
    Woodward, Clarence E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. boards 51 Clarence, Roxbury
    Woodward, Harlow E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. house 29 Bainbridge.


  • The Boston City Directory between 1885 and 1887 lists:
    Woodward Brothers, owned by Harlow E. and Clarence E. Woodward, patent medicine, picture frames, &c, 40 Bromfield
    Woodward, Clarence E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. house Hotel Vine
    Woodward, Harlow E. partner, Woodward Bros, 40 Bromfield. house 29 Bainbridge.


  • The Boston City Directory between 1893 and 1896 lists:
    Woodward, Harlow E. medicines, 40 Bromfield and 100 Tremont. house 1 Dunreath
    Woodward, C. Elliot, clerk 100 Tremont. boards 1 Dunreath.
  • Clarence E. Woodward and Harlow E. Woodward were at the regular meeting of the Boston Common Council, item 8 of Papers from the Board of Alderman says "Report of Committee on Claims on Petition of on April 11, 1895.11
  • C. E. Woodward and Mrs. C. E. Woodward embarked from Yarmouth, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the Boston.12


  • The Melrose City Directory 1896 lists:
    Woodward, Clarence E. owner of C E Woodward & Co, druggist, 52 Bromfield, Boston. house 141 Walton park.
  • Clarence E. Woodward and Marietta C. A. Woodward were
    "To the heirs at law, next of kin and all other persons interested in the estate of Job Ames, late of Chelsea, in [Suffolk] County, deceased: Whereas certain instruments purporting to the last will and testament--and two codicels--of said deceased have been presented to said Court, for probate, by on July 8, 1896.13
  • Arrived at Boston, Massachusetts, on August 11, 1896.12
  • Home address was listed as at Melrose Highlands, Massachusetts.12


  • The Boston City Directory between 1897 and 1900 lists:
    Woodward, C. Elliot, clerk 100 Tremont. house 18 Phipps ave.


  • The Melrose City Directory between 1897 and 1900 lists:
    Woodward, Clarence E. householder at 141 Walton pk.
  • The census of 1900 shows: Clarence E. Woodward, 43, a stock broker; and Marietta C. Woodward, 48; listed with Ernest A. Woodward, Mary A. Woodward and Helen L. Woodward
    living at 141 Walton Park, Melrose, Massachusetts.14



  • The Melrose City Directory between 1902 and 1917 lists:
    Woodward, Clarence E. traveling salesman. householder at 141 Walton pk.
  • On November 16, 1909, Clarence Elliot Woodward was mentioned on the death record of Marietta Clark Ames.
  • The census of 1910 shows: Clarence Woodward, 54, a commercial traveler selling calendars; listed with Ernest A. Woodward, Mary A. Woodward and Helen L. Woodward
    living at 14 Walton Park, Melrose, Massachusetts.15

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    An article in the Boston Daily Globe of January 18, 1918 reports:

    "The body of the man killed when two automobiles came into collision at Bromfield and Tremont sts was identified at the Northern Mortuary, early last night, as that of Clarence E. Woodward, aged 60, a widower, of 141 Walton park, Melrose Highlands. He was a salesman. The identification was made by Waldo E. Pratt of 51 Abbott road, Wellesley Hills.

    'Following the accident, the operators of both cars were arrested on charges of manslaughter. They are Arthur Short of Maple av., Brighton, and Thomas Ferris of Fisher av., Roxbury. Their cases in Municipal Court were continued for a week, bail being fixed at $1000 each.

    'Clarence E. Woodward, with his brother, for many years conducted a drug store at 52 Bromfield st. He was a native of Roxbury.

    'He retired from the drug business some years ago. He is survived by one son and two daughters."16
  • Clarence Elliot Woodward was buried on May 24, 1918 in Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, Buried 8 to 15 ft in front of headstone, 2 to 4 ft to left. In the same location is Mary A. Woodward. To his right is Marietta C. Woodward and Ethel Ames Woodward.17
    Clarence E. Woodward photo provided by Sue Banner
  • Last Edited: 7 Nov 2016

Family: Marietta Clark Ames b. April 28, 1852, d. November 16, 1909

Citations

  1. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , p. 677.
  2. "Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915," index and images, [ITAL:]FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FX4N-LKW : accessed 04 Dec 2012), Clarabele Woodward, 1859.
  3. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Roxbury Ward 1, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: M653_517; Page: 578; Image: 210. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  4. Massachusetts State Census, 1865, Boston, Massachusetts: Massachusetts State Archives, , Family Number:      649, Line Number:      21, Film Number:      0954575, Digital Folder Number:      4287715, Image Number:      00062.
  5. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Boston Ward 13, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: M593_648; Page: 2; Image: 5. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  6. Annual Report of the School Committee of the City of Boston 1870, 84 School Street, Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, (1871) , p. 106.
  7. Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston, MA: , Friday, February 13, 1880; Issue 38; col E.
  8. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 559; Family History Film: 1254559; Page: 70C; Enumeration District: 743; Image: 0685.
  9. Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston, MA: , Monday, August 09, 1880; Issue 34; col H.
  10. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, , Vol: 327 ; Page: 235.
  11. Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston, MA: , Friday, April 12, 1895; pg. 2; Issue 88; col D.
  12. Massachusetts. Boston, Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, Massachusetts, 1891-1943. Micropublication T843. RG085. Rolls # 1-454, Washington, D.C.: National Archives, , Microfilm Roll Number: 20.
  13. Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston, MA: , Monday, July 20, 1896; pg. 6; Issue 17; col A.
  14. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Melrose Ward 1, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: T623 663; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 877.
  15. 1910 United States. Bureau of the Census. 13th census, 1910 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of Census Micro-Film Lab, ([19--?]) , Census Place: Melrose Ward 1, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_602; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 939; Image: 1008.
  16. Clarence Woodward & family Gravestone, Forest Hills Cemetery, 95 Forest Hills Ave., Boston, Massachusetts; photographed by S. G. Levine, Year only.
  17. Gravesite Locations of Lot 1543, 95 Forest Hills Avenue, Jamaica Plain 30, Mass.: Forest Hills Cemetery, : Original Proprietor: W. Elliot Woodward.
  18. Clarence Woodward & family Gravestone, Forest Hills Cemetery, 95 Forest Hills Ave., Boston, Massachusetts.
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Clark B. Woodward1

b. February 25, 1849
  • Reference: 0096dea
  • Last Edited: 13 Aug 2016

Family: Jennie L. Andrews b. March 7, 1854, d. August 16, 1913

Citations

  1. "New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FLXK-PDM : accessed 30 Nov 2012), Clark B. Woodward and Josephine A. Smith and null, 1896.
  2. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Wilmot, Merrimack, New Hampshire; Roll: M432_436; Page: 131B; Image: 271.. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , FHL Film 1254765; National Archives Film T9-0765; Page 415B.
  4. New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics, Index to marriages, early to 1900, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1975-1976) Microfilm #1000976 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah: Index to marriages - Calef to Columbia , certified by Seth E. Goodhue [? illeg.] , Clerk of Wilmot, N.H.. (Names are listed exactly as they appear on the original record.).
  5. New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics, Index to marriages, early to 1900, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1975-1976) Microfilm #1000976 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah: Index to marriages - Calef to Columbia.
  6. Record of Divorce. The State of New Hampshire, , certified by R. J. Shurtliff, Clerk of Merrimack Superior Court.
  7. New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics, Index to deaths, early to 1900, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1974) Microfilm #1001068 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, Microfilm #1001068 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah: Index to deaths - Colburn to Conway , certified by Earl Flanders, town clerk of Laconia, N.H.
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Clarke Dunbar Woodward1

b. September 5, 1828, d. October 13, 1838
  • Reference: 0096dg
  • Last Edited: 15 Feb 2016

Citations

  1. Old Burial Ground, East Washington, NH, Volume 1, at http://ultimate.com/washington/whs/graves/e_washington/vol1.html
  2. G. N. Gage, History of Washington, New Hampshire, from the first settlement to the present time. 1768-1886, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwashing00wash . Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co, (1886) , pp. 677-8.
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