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Woodman family (Coaticook) fonds Series
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Woodman Family Photos

The series contains primary source material on the lives and activities of the Woodman Family. It consists of portraits, photographs of family gatherings, the Woodman's storefront, military service in the First and Second World War, material on the Coaticook Ladies Auxiliary Branch #26 and the Royal Canadian Legion Bowling Team.

Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life of Dorothy J. Neill Woodman. It contains a will from 2005, a Royal Canadian Legion patch, a 25-year service pin from about the 1970s and a ribbon for the Stanstead Agricultural Society's Ladies Department.

Woodman, Dorothy Jane Neill

Miscellaneous

The series contains primary source material on the life and activities of the Woodman family. It consists of correspondence with Bertie Woodman, John Woodman, J.B. Thompson and D. H. Adams. The series also includes a Certificate for the Employment of a Preventive Officer of Her Majesty's Customs addressed to Thomas B. Heath, press clippings for Woodman & McKee and an obituary for Albert A. Woodman Jr. Also included are two poems by Charles Edwin Woodman, a programme for Coaticook's Old Home Week in 1914 and a recipe for Mrs. Blair's Extra Angel Cake.

Other Photographs

The series contains primary source material on life and activities of the Woodman family. It consists of photographs of unnamed people, scenery, houses and churches in Coaticook and Dixville, Qc.

Woodman Genealogy

The series contains primary source material on the genealogy of the Woodman family. It consists of photographs and correspondence with La Société d'histoire de Sherbrooke, Helen Woodman, Kenwright and Cox, and Lewis Coates & Lucas, Ltd.

Other Family Photos

The series contains primary source material on the lives and activities of the Woodman and Neill Families. It consists of photographs pertaining to their military service, weddings and family gatherings.

Keith Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life and death of Keith Woodman. It consists of an order of funeral service, the eulogy, correspondence from Mr. Wedel, Ms. Benire and Anthony Woodman, along with press clippings on the murder and trial of Keith Woodman,

Woodman, Keith Anthony

Murray A. Milton Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life of Murray A. Milton Woodman. It consists of correspondence from Anna Swan and Harry Allen, a business card for Woodman- Stamps & Coins, a Clinton and Mexican banknote and a Reichsbanknote, and Canadian plate blocks prints. It also consists of 5 medals and pins: the Defense Medal, the War Medal 1939-1945, the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and a ribbon bar from Murray's service in World War II, as well as a 25-year service pin from Immigration Canada.

Woodman, Murray Milton

The McKee Family

The series contains primary sources on the life and activities of the McKee (Coaticook) family. It consists of financial receipts and correspondence from Emily McKee Woodman, financial receipts relating to the Municipality of the Town of Coaticook, and work completed by Hall & Allard- Plumbers, Tinsmiths and Roofers. The series also includes a land sale and estate settlement.

John B. Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life and activities of John B. Woodman. It consists of a University School Leaving Certificate from 1917, and a press clipping from his marriage to Madelyn Abbie Rider.

Woodman, John Bernard

Milton A. Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life of Murray A. Woodman. It consists of temperature charts from the Montreal General Hospital and the Sherbrooke Presbyterian Hospital relating to Murray's typhoid fever hospitalization, correspondence pertaining to Dorothy Neill Woodman and Anthony Woodman's immigration to Canada, a Father's Day card from Helen Woodman, and financial receipts relating to work completed by Jos Charest, general contractor. It also consists of two medals from World War I (the British War Medal and the Victory Medal) as well as a 25-year service pin and a lapel pin from the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) Victoria Lodge in Coaticook.

Woodman, Milton Albert

Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr.

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

Woodman, Albert Alonzo Jr.

Albert Alonzo Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life and activities of Albert Alonzo Woodman. It consists of correspondence, financial receipts and the will of Albert Alonzo Woodman. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Correspondence (1853-1893), Financial Resources (1893-1895) and Last Will & Estate (1865-1896).

Woodman, Albert Alonzo

Joshua Woodman

The series contains primary source material on the life of Joshua Woodman in 1864. It consists of correspondence and Joshua Woodman's will.

Woodman, Joshua A.