The Woodman family
Dr. John Bernard Woodman
(brother of Milton Woodman) was born on January 15, 1901 in Coaticook.
John served as a lieutenant for the Royal Canadian Air Force during the First World War.
In 1947, John married Madelyn Abbie Rider. Both John and Madelyn had graduated from Stanstead College. John also graduated from the College of Dentistry at Mcgill University and was oftentimes referred to as Dr. Jack. He lived in Rochester, NY.
Milton Albert Woodman
was born on September 29, 1892 in Coaticook, Que.
On September 17, 1914, he married Aline Hanson (1891-1959) at the Church of England, Coaticook and together they had two children: Murray Milton Woodman (1916-1983) and Helen Woodman (1923-1993). Milton served in the First World War and worked in the grocery business. He died in 1955 and was buried at the Mount Forest Cemetery.
Murray Milton Woodman
was born in 1916 to Milton Albert Woodman (1892-1955) and Aline Hanson (18911959) of Coaticook, Que. Murray served as a sergeant in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the Second World War, at which time he met his wife Dorothy Jane Neill After the war, Murray was employed as a Canadian Immigration Officer. He owned Woodman Stamps & Coins in Dixville, Que., which specialized in stamps from Canada, Newfoundland, the United States, the U.N., Ghana and the Vatican.
Murray died in 1983 and is buried at the Mount Forest Cemetery.