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Photo #73696

Last Name: Woodward

First Name : Donald

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Subject's City: Sherbrooke

Subject's State: Hatley, Quebec

Subject's County: Stanstead County

Subject's Country: Canada

Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: None

Photographer's City: Sherbrooke

Photographer's State: Quebec


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Comments: Donald Woodward (Nee: ) | Sherbrooke Hatley, Quebec Canada | 1851-1900 | Comments: Donald Woodward, uncle of Edwin J. Woodward the third. He enlisted with the army corps of engineers, and was stationed on the western front. He was a very patriotic individual, and was well spoken of for saving men while under fire. He was shot through the shin, but put mud on it without telling anyone afraid he'd be sent home with a Purple Heart.Spoke that he saw the BlackDeath at war. Was easy going, and made many friends. In his declining years he moved with Edwin and Carolyn Woodward to NH

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