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George Woodward

1Ellery Bicknell Crane, Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester Co., Massachusetts, Vol. 3, p. 15 (1907).
"(II) George Woodward, son of Richard Woodward (1), was born in England, in 1622, and came with his parents and brother John in 1635 in the Ship "Elizabeth." He was admitted a freeman May 6, 1646. He settled in Watertown, later at Brookline. He was selectman of Watertown in 1674. He had eight children by his first wife. He married (second), August 17, 1659, Elizabeth Hammond, daughter of Thomas Hammond, of Newton. Her father in his will, proved November 5, 1675, gave her one hundred acres of land on Muddy River (Brookline), probably the place where George settled. Woodward died May 31, 1676, and administration was granted June 10, 1676, to his widow Elizabeth and his son Amos. The inventory, made June 23, 1717, amounted to one hundred and forty-three pounds, ten shillings. His widow married Samuel Truesdale. Children of George and his first wife: Mary, born August 12, 1641, died August 23, 1717; married, January 13, 1663-64, John Waite; Sarah, born February 6, 1742-43, married, 1664, Stephen Gates, Jr., of Boston and Stow; Amos, made freeman, October 10, 1677, died at Cambridge, October 9, 1679, mentioning brothers and sisters in will; Rebecca, born December 30, 1647, married in Dedham, December 11, 1666, Thomas Fisher, of Dedham; John, born March 28, 1649; Susanna, born September 30, 1651, unmarried; Daniel, born September 2, 1653, inherited the homestead; Mary, born June 3, 1656 (or Mercy). The child of George and Elizabeth: George, Jr., born September 11, 1660, see forward."

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