Series 003 - Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr.

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Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr.

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CA ETRC P214-003

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  • 1882 - 1921 (Creation)

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0.01 l.m. of textual records.

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Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. was born in Moe’s River to Albert Alonzo Woodman (1825-1895) and Mary Jane Sanborn in 1867. He established himself in Coaticook in 1888 and was married to Emily McKee (1866-1945) on 8 October 1890, at the Church of England, Coaticook. Albert and Emily had two children, Milton A. Woodman (1891-1955) and John B. Woodman (1901 -). In 1892, he went into the grocery business with his brother-in-law Charles McKee under the name Woodman and McKee. The business remained open until 1920. In 1921, Albert moved his family to St. John, N.B. where he served as district manager to the eastern provinces for one year, until he returned to Coaticook. Albert also served as the: Grand Junior Warden of Grand Encampment, the District Deputy Grand Patriarch of the G.E.Q., the District Deputy Grand Master for the Victoria Lodge in 1916, the Commissioner of the Superior Court and Justice of the Peace, President of the Coaticook Board of Trade, Director of the Eastern Townships’ Associated Boards of Trade and President of the Eastern Townships Immigration Society. Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. died in 1931 and is buried at the Mount Forest Cemetery.

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The series contains primary source material on the life of Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. It consists of two autograph books and correspondence.

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