The Wood­man fam­ily

Sherbrooke Record - - REMEMBRANCE DAY -

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.

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