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Woodward, George, 1776-1836

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1776 - 1836

George Woodward was the son of Bezaleel Woodward and Mary Wheelock Woodward. He began his practice in Haverhill in 1805, previous to which time he was treasurer of Dartmouth College for two years. He continued at Haverhill till 1816 when he moved to Lowell,Mass., and resumed the practice of his profession at that city.

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

George Woodward letter

Mss 800478
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 800478
Scope and Contents Letter from George Woodward regarding a detailed report to Trustees of $98.56 spent for a public dinner.

George Woodward letter

Mss 819225.3
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Identifier: Mss 819225.3
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George Woodward letter

Mss 805478
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Identifier: Mss 805478
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George Woodward letter

Webster Mss 805612
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Identifier: Mss 805612
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George Woodward letter

Webster Mss 806153.1
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Identifier: Mss 806153.1
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George Woodward letter

Webster Mss 806268
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Identifier: Mss 806268
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George Woodward letter

Mss 808356
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Identifier: Mss 808356
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Grafton County Agricultural Society report

Mss 819175.2
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Identifier: Mss 819175.2
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Grafton County, NH, Registry of Deeds

Mss 811109
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Identifier: Mss 811109
Scope and Contents Two-page deed of a lot situated in Piermont, lately owned by John T. Mason, given by Parker Stevens, tax-collector for Piermont, to George Woodward. Recorded February 7, 1811.

Nathaniel Appleton Haven deed

Mss 807129.1
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Identifier: Mss 807129.1
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