Biography of Daniel Woodward
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Woodward, Daniel, whose home stands in a prominent locality in North Enosburgh, is a native of Bradford, this state, and was born in 1804. He came to Enosburgh in 1821 with his parents, but afterwards lived in St. Albans and in Highgate. At the former place he married Ruth Hendricks, by whom he had thirteen children, as follows: Horatio, Norman, Orrin, Olive, Arkless, James, Betsey, Ale, Guy, Theresa, Byron, Edna, and Josephine. Of these six are still living. In 1834 Mr. Woodward came permanently to Enosburgh and purchased the Martha McAllister farm. In 1865 he bought the Charles Stevens farm, where the old hotel was built, and still lives in the locality. By trade he is a cooper, but has given much attention to farming. In politics he is a firm Democrat, and in religion inclines to Universalism. He was justice for twenty years and postmaster at North Enosburgh for eighteen years.

From:
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
1891


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