Fonds P214 - Woodman family (Coaticook) fonds

Woodman Storefront Peter A. Woodman Murray Milton Woodman Anthony M. Woodman and Peter a. Woodman Royal Canadian Legion Bowling Team Branch #26 Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. Murray M. Woodman, Dorothy J. Neill and Anthony M. Woodman Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman Helen Woodman Dr. John Woodman Murray A. Woodman and Allan Packwood Milton Albert Woodman Wedding of Aline Hanson and Milton Albert Woodman Anthony M. Woodman, Peter A. Woodman and Ketha Woodman Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. Tombstone Murray Milton Woodman and Dorothy Jane Neill Wedding Peter A. Woodman Baptism Military Photograph

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Woodman family (Coaticook) fonds

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  • Textual record
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CA E001 P214

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  • 1853 - 2015 (Creation)

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0.15 l.m. of textual records.- 187 photographs.- 8 artefacts.

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(1623-)

Biographical history

The Woodmans trace their North American roots back to Edward Woodman who first emigrated to Newbury Mass.from Wiltshire, England in 1623. Joshua S. Woodman and his wife Polly Sturtevant settled in Hatley on Lot no. 5, 2nd Range in 1819. Together they had six children: Mary M. (3 October 1813), Joshua S. (25 October 1815), Eliza J. (3 April 1821), Caleb T., Albert Alonzo (19 July 1825), Sarah (27 July 1828). Johsua died on 10 March 1865. Joshua’s son, Albert Alonzo Woodman married Mary Jane Sanborn on 20 April 1847 in Compton, Que. They owned a farm in Moe’s River. Together, Albert and Mary had four children: Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. (1867-1932), Eliza Jane Woodman, Sarah Orcelia Woodman and Milton Sawyer Woodman. Albert Alonzo Woodman died on 7 September 1895 and is buried at the Moe’s River Cemetery.

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The fonds consists of primary source material on the Woodman family. It contains photographs, correspondence, wills, financial receipts, press clippings, autograph books and medals from the First and Second World War. It contains the following series: Joshua Woodman (1864), Albert Alonzo Woodman (1853-1896), Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. (1882-1921), Milton A. Woodman (1900-[194--]), John Woodman (1917, 1947), The McKee Family (1898-1921), Murray A. Milton Woodman (1960-1972), Peter A. Woodman (1945-2010), Keith Woodman (2009), Woodman Family Photos ([19--]-[20--]), Other Family Photos ([18--?]-[19--?]), Woodman Genealogy ([19--] -[20--?]), Miscellaneous (1875-2010) and Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman (2005).

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The fonds was processed and described by Ariana Ho, archival intern, under the supervision of Jody Robinson in 2016 courtesy of funding from Canadian Heritage.

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  • English

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