Series 004 - Milton A. Woodman

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Milton A. Woodman

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CA ETRC P214-004

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  • 1900- [193-?] (Creation)

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7 textual records. - 4 artefacts (2 medals, 2 pins).

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Milton Albert Woodman was born on 29 September 1892 to Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. (1867-1932) and Emily McKee (1866-1945) in Coaticook, Que. On 17 September 1914, he married Aline Hanson (1891-1959) at the Church of England, Coaticook and together they had two children: Murray Milton Woodman (1916-1983) and Helen Woodman (1923-1993). Milton served in the First World War and worked in the grocery business. Milton A. Woodman died in 1955 and was buried at the Mount Forest Cemetery.

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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.

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  • English

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