A List of Some of the Descendants of Mr. Edward Woodman: Who Settled at Newbury Mass., 1635

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Cyrus Woodman, at the Union Job Office, 1855 - 16 pages
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Page 6 - ... an unprofitable commission ; I quickly laid aside the work, which has cost me many a bottle of sack and liquor, when friends and acquaintances have been concerned.
Page 5 - He was a man of influence, decision, and energy, and .opposed with great zeal the attempt made by the Rev. Thomas Parker to change the mode of church government from Congregationalism to something like Presbyterianism. He was made a freeman May 25, 1636; was a deputy in the general court in 1636-37-39-43 ; in 163841-45-46 was one of the three commissioners to end small causes in Newbury, and at vari-ous times held other offices of trust in town and state.
Page 6 - Mr. Woodman was a deputy to the General Court in 1636, '37, '39, and '43. In 1638, '41, '45, and '46, he was one of the three commissioners to end small causes in Newbury, and at various times held other offices of profit and trust in town and state. Among his other commissions he had one from the state

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