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Amaziah Woodward
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Birth: 1768
Death: Apr. 12, 1861

Son of Nathaniel Woodward (1733-1783) and Mary Brittain (1743-1795).* Siblings were: Lois (b.?), Hepzibah (b. 1757), Jepthah (b. 1761), Benjamin (b. 1761), Clergy (b. 1765), Nathaniel (b. 1766), Darius (b. 1776), and Apollos (b. 1783).

Amaziah married Sarah (Brooks) Rollins (1790-1861) in Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont August 7, 1825.** He previously married Hannah Plaisted (born about 1776) in "of" Deweysburg, Caledonia County, Vermont March 25, 1795 "in rec'd" Danville. She died March 17, 1825 "in rec'd" Peacham of TB (and was buried there).

John T. Woodward, son of Amaziah and Hannah, was born 1811 in Peacham and died May 22, 1894 in West Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont of old age (single).

Daughter Mary A. Woodward (1829-1900) is buried under the same stone as her mother Sarah in Westmore, Orleans County, Vermont. The stone states Sarah was the wife of Amaziah Woodward (1768-April 12, 1861) who died and is buried in Peacham, Caledonia County, Vermont.

*married February 7, 1759 in Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island.
**by Thomas C. Pierce, Minister of the Gospel. 
Family links: 
  Nathaniel Woodward (1735 - ____)
  Mary Woodward Brittain Hunt (____ - 1839)
  Sarah Brooks Rollins Woodward (1790 - 1861)
  Hannah Plaisted Woodward (1776 - 1825)*
  Mary A. Woodward (1829 - 1900)*
  Jeptha Woodward (1761 - 1861)*
  Amaziah Woodward (1768 - 1861)
  Molly Woodward (1776 - ____)*
  Clergy Woodward (1776 - 1864)*
*Calculated relationship
Woodward Family Cemetery
Caledonia County
Vermont, USA
Created by: Artaxerxes
Record added: Jul 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 113625811
Amaziah Woodward
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