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Israel B. Woodward
ISRAEL B. WOODWARD, THOMASTON: President Thomaston Savings Bank.
The subject of this sketch was born at Watertown, March 12, 1814, and received a common school and academic education.
|| With the exception of two years in the west his life has been spent in his native town and at Thomaston. He has been married twice. There is one child living. Mr. Woodward has held the offices of justice of the peace, grand juror, selectman, assessor, and member of the board of relief, represented Thomaston in the legislature in the session of 1879, and now holds the office of town agent.
He is a member of the Congregational church, and is a republican in politics. Mr. Woodward is living in retirement, having withdrawn from active business pursuits. He was formerly a leather manufacturer. Years ago he was connected with the state militia. He has been honored with public trust in many ways, and is highly esteemed as a citizen of the town where the most of his life has been spent.
Source: Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914
pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.
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