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Warren W. Woodward


Mr. Woodward was born in Brooklyn, Conn., in 1834, and is a graduate of the Brooklyn academy. 

He is a druggist, and has resided in Brooklyn, Lisbon, and Danielsonville. His business career was begun in Brooklyn as a news dealer, afterwards in a general store, and for two years in Eagleville (Lisbon) he kept a general store and was postmaster. Since 1868 he has been in the drug business in Danielsonville in his own name. He has been a republican from the date of the organization of the party. He has been a grand juror of the town of Brooklyn, and has served as juror in the United States District Court at Hartford. 

He has been prominently connected with the Baptist denomination in the eastern part of the state, being one of the organizers of the Baptist church in Danielsonville, and for several years was a member of both the church and society committees, and clerk and treasurer of both organizations. He was a member of the building committee when the church was erected. His wife was Anna E. Ross, and they have three children.

SourceIllustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut - 1891 Compiled and Published by J. A. Spalding Hartford Conn.  Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company 1891

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