Woodward, William Henry, 1774-1818

Woodward, William Henry, 1774-1818

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1774 - 1818

Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:

George Foot letter

Mss 801275.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 801275.1
Date(s): 1801-04-25
Abstract

In English.

George Wheelock Woodward receipt

Mss 832556
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 832556
Date(s): 1832-10-06
Abstract

In English.

Grafton County, N.H. Probate Court

Mss 818462
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 818462
Date(s): 1818-08-12
Abstract

In English.

Grafton County, NH warranty deed

Mss 806668
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 806668
Date(s): 1806-12-18
Abstract

In English.

Henry William Woodward letter

Mss 816530
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 816530
Date(s): 1816-09-30
Abstract

In English.

James Wheelock quitclaim deed

Mss 796221
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 796221
Date(s): 1796-03-21
Scope and Contents

Quitclaim deed from James Wheelock to William Henry Woodward of whatever shares of land in Deleware and Susquehannah purchases belong to James Wheelock, as heir to Eleazar Wheelock, to William Woodward. Endorsed by Beza Woodward, justice of the peace.

Jeremiah Mason receipt

Mss 804326
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 804326
Date(s): 1804-05-26
Abstract

In English.

John Langdon letter

Mss 805503.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 805503.1
Date(s): 1805-09-03
Abstract

In English.

John Wheelock letter

Mss 814553
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 814553
Date(s): 1814-10-03
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from John Wheelock in Hanover to William Henry Woodward, asking the Board of Trustees to sequester the sum of 800, deposited with them in 1786, for the support of a professorship of eloquence, later of a professorship of ecclesiastical and civil history. Includes a transcript of the Trustees' vote of Nov. 11, respecting it.

John Wheelock letter

Mss 814553.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 814553.1
Date(s): 1814-10-03
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from John Wheelock in Hanover, New Hampshire to William H. Woodward in Hanover, concerning a fund depositd by Wheelock in 1786 which by now should support a professorship (in civil and ecclesiastical history).

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