Person:Cleveland Woodward (1)

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Cleveland Landon Woodward
m. 01 Jun 1899
  1. Cleveland Landon Woodward1900 - 1986
m. 20 Dec 1919
  1. Cleveland Crosby Woodward1920 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name Cleveland Landon Woodward
Gender Male
Birth[1][5] 25 Jun 1900 Glendale, Hamilton, Ohio, United States
Census[2] 1910 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States
Physical Description[4] 12 Sep 1918
Military[5] 11 Oct 1918-30 June 1919
Marriage 20 Dec 1919 Brewster, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United Statesto Emily Proctor Crosby
Census[7] 1920 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States
Census[8] 1930 Wyoming, Hamilton, Ohio, United States
Census[10] 1940 Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Death[11] 31 May 1986 Spanish Fort, Baldwin, Alabama, United States
Obituary[11] 08 Jun 1986
Burial[12] Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Other[3]
Other[6]
Other[9]
References
  1. Ohio, United States. Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003.
  2. Hamilton, Ohio, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 2B, 16 Apr 1910.

    Name: Cleveland L Woodward Age in 1910: 9 Birth Year: abt 1901 Birthplace: Ohio Home in 1910: Cincinnati Ward 3, Hamilton, Ohio Street: Gilbert Avenue Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Father's name: Henry L Woodward Father's Birthplace: Ohio Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Native Tongue: English Attended School: Yes Household Members: Name Age Henry L Woodward 33 Estella N Woodward 33 Cleveland L Woodward 9 Henry L Woodward III 1 Bell R Cleveland 65 Anna Gross 37

  3. Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    Page 42 , 13 Aug 1911.

    Mrs. Belle R. Cleveland and little grandson, Master Cleveland L. Woodward, have returned from a two months' visit to Atlantic City, New York and different Eastern points. They returned in time to join the party of Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Woodward, who had a camp on the Big Miami last week. Mrs. Woodward and her son, Master Henry Woodward, Jr., have now gone to Forest Beach, Mich., to another family house party at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Woodward.

  4. United States. Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (Washington, D.C.: National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509, 1987-1988).

    height tall, build medium, color of eyes blue, color of hair brown

  5. 5.0 5.1 Ohio, United States. Ohio Soldiers in WWI, 1917-1918.
  6. Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    Page 61 , 06 Jul 1919.

    Cleveland Landon Woodward, son of Major H. L. Woodward, has arrived at home, 2922 Fairfield avenue, East Walnut Hills, having received his discharge from the United States Marine Corps in Santo Domingo. He and his grandmother will spend a month at the West Bay Inn, Cape Cod, where they usually go. On their return Mr. Woodward will go to the University of Wisconsin to take course.

  7. Hamilton, Ohio, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 10A, 08 Jan 1920.

    Name: Cleveland L Woodward Age: 19 Birth Year: abt 1901 Birthplace: Ohio Home in 1920: Cincinnati Ward 3, Hamilton, Ohio Street: Fairfield Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Marital status: Married Father's name: Henry L Woodward Father's Birthplace: Ohio Able to Speak English:Yes Attended School: yes Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Household Members: Name Age Henry L Woodward 43 Estelle N Woodward 43 Cleveland L Woodward 19 Henry L Woodward 11 Emily C Woodward 29 Belle R Cleveland 75 Annie Grass 46

  8. Hamilton, Ohio, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Page: 10B, 08 Apr 1930.

    Name: Cleveland Woodward Birth Year: abt 1900 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: Ohio Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1930: Wyoming, Hamilton, Ohio Street address: Walnut Avenue House Number: 34 Home Owned or Rented: Owned Home Value: 12000 Radio Set: Yes Lives on Farm: No Age at first Marriage: 20 Attended School: No Able to Read and Write: Yes Father's Birthplace: Ohio Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Able to Speak English: Yes Occupation: Artist Industry: office Class of Worker: Working on own account Employment: Yes Veteran: Yes War: WW Household Members: Name Age Cleveland Woodward 30 Emily Woodward 30 Cleveland Woodward 9 Eloise Woodward 6 Ralph Woodward 0

  9. Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    Page 74 , 31 Jan 1932.

    WYOMING. ... Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Woodward are enjoying a visit from the former's cousin, Mrs. Wilbur Dial, of Amelia, Ohio, and on Tuesday evening entertained with a dinner party in her honor.
    Miss Eliose Cleveland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Woodward, celebrated her eighth birthday anniversary Saturday. Following the party she took the little group of friends to see "Cinderella," which was given in the Wyoming School Auditorium under the directorship of Mrs. Schuster Martin. Enjoying this festive occasion were Misses Pauline Sorenson, Eleanor Moore, Margaret and Winifred Webb, Marjory Dillard, Lois Reifschneider and Masters Frank McFerran and Cleveland Woodward Jr.

  10. Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T627)
    Page: 7A, 27-29-30 Apr 1940.

    Name: Cleveland L Woodward Age: 39 Estimated birth year: abt 1901 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: Ohio Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1940: Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts Street: Old County Road Farm: No Residence in 1935: Same House Resident on farm in 1935: No Citizenship: Ac Occupation: Illustrator House Owned or Rented: Owned Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 3500 Attended School or College: No Highest Grade Completed: College, 2nd year Class of Worker: Working on own account Weeks Worked in 1939: 40 Income: 0 Income Other Sources: Yes Household Members: Name Age Cleveland L Woodward 39 Emily C Woodward 39 Ralplh C Woodward 10

  11. 11.0 11.1 New England. Boston Globe. (Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States)
    Page 109 .

    Cleveland Woodward, 85, noted artist and commercial illustrator TRURO - A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 29, in Truro Congregational Church for the noted Cape Cod and Atlantic Gulf Coast artist and illustrator Cleveland Landon Woodward. Mr. Woodward, 85, of Fairhope, Ala., who for 30 years was a leading commercial illustrator in Cincinnati and Philadelphia and whose sea and landscapes hang in Boston and Mobile, Ala., museums, died of cancer Saturday, May 31, in his home at Westminster village, Spanish Fort, Ala. after a brief illness. His interest in painting the sea in pen and ink, watercolor and oils, came about through a friendship with the noted Cape Cod marine artist, and a Truro neighbor, Frederick Waugh, after Mr. Woodward moved permanently to Truro in 1934. Watching Waugh, Mr. Woodward developed a kindred interest in studying and painting the ocean. And like, Waugh, he, too, became a master of marine and landscapes in watercolor and oil. His work hangs in public and private collections throughout New England, on the Gulf Coast and in other areas, including the Fine Arts Museum of the South in Mobile and in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. From 1934 until 1953, when he moved again to Fairhope, Ala., working in pen and ink, watercolor, and oils, Mr. Woodward also became nationally accepted as a commercial illustrator. After developing an expertise on costuming and the settings of the Holy Land through his extensive travels there, Mr. Woodward was chosen by World Publishing Co. to illustrate their prestigous Revised Standard Version of the Bible, which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies. He was a popular raconteur and a man with numerous friends, some of whom also knew him as a student of religion, philosphy, mystical and religious experiences. He lectured frequently in the Gulf Bay Area, particularly on art and religion. Mr. Wodward had developed in Fairhope the Eastern Shore Art Association and had planned to establish an art school there. He taught art informally in his home studio and was involved in the Fine Arts Museum of the South in Mobile. He was born in Glendale, Ohio, and was raised in Cleveland, and graduated from Cincinnati schools, the Kent School and the University of Wisconsin. He owned and farmed 240 acres in northern Kentucky, which he sold in 1925 so he could pursue his career as a professional artist. He later studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and at the British Art Academy in Rome. Mr. Woodward also was in the Marines, serving in Haiti in during those years. He was founder of the Coffee Club of Truro and the Coffee Club of Fairhope, and was active in the Rotary International. He leaves his wife of 67 years, Emily (Crosby) of Osterville; a daughter, Eloise Gardner of West Newton; a son, Ralph Woodward of Framingham; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. An earlier service was held in Mobile, Ala.

  12. Cleveland Landon Woodward, in Find A Grave.