PIONEER WOODWARD FAMILY


 
1.  CALEB WOODWARD, (son of CALEB and (---) WOODWARD) was born 25 May
1769/59.  He lived in Dutchess County until about 1792, when he and his
wife moved to Hillsdale, Columbia County.  A few years later they moved to
Town of Warren in Herkimer County, and from there to Rodman, Jefferson
County about 1803.  In Rodman, CALEB bought land on Dry Hill and engaged
in manufacturing potash.  CALEB with two sons and others cut the first
road through from Toad Hollow to Nathaniel Harrington's, a near neighbor
of the Woodwards.  The Woodward children all married in the Rodman area of
Jefferson County.  CALEB WOODWARD died 24 Apr 1860, possibly in Canada,
but he is buried with ANNA in Honeyville.

He married 5 Dec 1781 (Thanksgiving Day)

ANNA SMITH, who died 27 Nov 1840

Children, WOODWARD:

    2    i     JESSE SMITH WOODWARD married JOANNA B. TIFFANY or
                              JOSEPHINE ROOT

    3   ii     CYNTHIA WOODWARD married NEHIMIAH ROOT

    4  iii     PARTHENA WOODWARD married JAMES GLASS, Jr.

    5   iv     MILTON WOODWARD married (1) HANNAH WEBB; 
                                       (2) ELECTA (COOK) STICKNEY, 
                                           widow of THEOPHILUS STICKNEY

    6    v     JULIANA WOODWARD married PETER GORDINIER

    7   vi     PERMILA WOODWARD

    8  vii     MINERVA WOODWARD married (1) (---) WEBB; 
                                        (2) CALVIN MALTBY 

    9 viii     PHILATHETA WOODWORD married WALTER HOSMER

   10   ix     CLARRISA WOODWARD

   11    x     SALLY ANN WOODWARD married JOSEPH CRANDELL

   12   xi     MARIETTA WOODWARD



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