Solomon Woodward came to this town, from Milbury, Mass., in 1797 and settled upon the farm now owned by his son Daniel. The latter resides here and is eighty-five years of age.
Milton F. Woodward. This subject was born in Chester county, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1832, and there grew up and received his education. He learned the wood-carver’s and cabinet-maker’s trades in his youth and worked at them till August, 1861. Then the war came like a hurricane on the land, and Mr. Woodward enlisted in Company
One of the pioneer settlers of Franklin, Oneida county, Idaho, and a farmer of the above state, William Woodward, was born on the 4th of January, 1833, in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. He received a common-school education in his native village. In 1845 he removed to Watford, and there he heard Mormonism by a blacksmith, Richard
Col. Orpheus S. Woodward. The career of Colonel Woodward, who is past fourscore and is one of the most honored and respected citizens of Neosho Falls, represents a broad track of useful effort and service, beginning as a teacher, changing to the dangerous occupation as a soldier in the Civil war, subsequently as a rancher,
Human Bones Found Thought to Be Those of Dave Woodward Lost in the Blue Mountains 7 Years Ago Wednesday of this week Baily Shelton and Geo. Garwood, who are running Mack Shelton’s sheep in the montains north of this city, found the bones of a man. Bailey Shelton was making his way through a thick
2nd Lt., Inf., Co. B, 81st Div., 317th M. G. Btn.; of Duplin County; son of J. F. and Mrs. F. C. Woodward. Husband of Kathleen Sutton Woodward. Entered service June 19, 1916, at Clinton, N.C. Sent to Camp Glenn, transferred to Camp Stuart, then to Camp Warden McLean. Promoted to rank of 2nd Lt.
Leonard Todd7, (Ely6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Nov. 8, 1800, died April 6, 1876, married Dec. 24, 1821, Julia, daughter of Elam and Lowly (Dickerman) Bradley, who was born Nov. 21, 1802, died Oct. 11, 1899. Leonard Todd received a country school education and when 21 years of age he married Julia Bradley,
A.P. WOODWARD. – Those who had the sharp work of quieting the Indians, and of defending the homes and families of the Whites in 1855-56, did not at that time suppose that their work would ever be of historic interest. But the time is coming when every name of the veterans will be inscribed as
HENRY H. WOODWARD. – The life of a pioneer of any country is a hard one. But the pioneer of the Pacific coast had really more to contend with than his early brother of any other state east or west of the great Mother of Waters. His daily life was not only one of almost
John Henry Woodward was born at Peach Orchard in the. town of Tompkins (now Hector), Schuyler County, New York, February 9, 1836, and is the eldest son of John Woodward, who, with his father’s family came to America from London, England, in 1824, settling on a large farm in what was then comparatively a wilderness