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Willard Dana Woodbury was born in 1913. He passed away in 1995. He was an avid fisherman and outdoorsman. He hiked Mt Whitney and other wilderness areas with his kids. He played the organ and sang. He was on the rowing team at MIT (see picture). He was married twice. He had six children, one from his first marriage and five from his second. He adventured west, owned property with lumber and a gold mine. He built at least three houses, in Forest Ranch CA, Stockton CA and Suisun CA. He worked for many years at Fibreboard in Stockton. The last house he built in Suisun was after he was retired in 1974. He traveled extensively throughout the United States.
Personal recollection of events witnessed by Sandra (Woodbury) Maurer as remembered 11 Mar 2020.
- History of Barnet, Vermont: From the Outbreak of the French and Indian War ...
edited by Frederic Palmer Wells page 412 Children of Maud Emily McClary: Jean McClary and Willard Dana Woodbury
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