Person:Joshua Woodman (4)

Watchers
m. Abt 1734
  1. Joshua Woodman1736 - 1827
  2. Archelaus Woodman1737 -
  3. Elizabeth WoodmanAbt 1739 - 1770
  • HJoshua Woodman1736 - 1827
  • WLois Woodman1735/36 - 1820
  1. Elizabeth Woodman1756 - 1852
  2. Mary Woodman1758 - 1834
  3. Andrew Woodman1760 - 1849
  4. Elsie Woodman1762 - 1850
  5. Joshua Woodman1764 - 1824
  6. Deborah Woodman1767 - 1846
  7. Asa Woodman1773 - 1781
  8. Lois Woodman1775 - 1825
Facts and Events
Name Joshua Woodman
Gender Male
Birth? 11 Jun 1736 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Death? 13 Aug 1827 Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States
Burial? Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States

Joshua Woodman, born June 11, 1736 in Durham (part now Lee), New Hampshire, son of Joshua and Elizabeth (Doe) Woodman [4-12]; married Lois Woodman, circa 1755. She was born January 22, 1736 in Maine,daughter of John & Mary (Hepworth) Woodman. She was a descendant of the John Woodman who operated the ferry from Withers Point to Strawberry Banke in 1692 (see page 16). They settled at Lee/Meredith/Sanbornton, New Hampshire. She died October 28, 1820at Sanbornton. He died August 13, 1827 at Sanbornton, New Hampshire, aged 91 years 2 months 2 days.Both are buried near the old Woodman house in Sanbornton, New Hampshire. History: Capt. Joshua Woodman was a veteran of the Revolutionary Was and is listed in the DAR Patriot Index. He served as Lieutenant in 1776 andas a Captain of the Militia, with his son Joshua as attendant, in 1781. Joshua resided in Lee, New Hampshire from the time of his marriage until he removed to Meredith, New Hampshire between 1785 and 1789.While living in Meredith, he served the town and county as Deputy Sheriff. In 1794 he purchased a farm in Sanbornton, New Hampshire and lived on that farm for the remainder of his life. Joshua Woodman was quite active in the affairs of the town and in 1797 was elected Surveyor of Highways. In 1799, and again in 1804, he was elected Tithing-Man, serving two years each time. Joshua Woodman, born June 11, 1736 in Durham (part now Lee), New Hampshire, son of Joshua and Elizabeth (Doe) Woodman [4-12]; mar. Lois Woodman, c1755. She was born Jan. 22, 1736 in Maine, dau. of John &Mary (Hepworth) Woodman. She was a descendant of the John Woodman who operated the ferry from WithersPoint to Strawberry Banke in 1692 (see page 16). They settled atLee/Meredith/Sanbornton, New Hampshire. She died Oct. 28, 1820 at Sanbornton. He died Aug. 13, 1827 at Sanbornton, New Hampshire, aged 91 yrs. 2 mo. 2 days. Both are buried near the old Woodman house in Sanbornton, New Hampshire.