GREENWOOD

Joseph and Sarah (Greenwood) Greenwood

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Joseph GREENWOOD. Son of Dea. William GREENWOOD & Abigail WOODWARD. Born 10 Jun 1734 ®112 in Sherborn, Massachusetts. Died 27 Dec 1825.

Joseph Greenwood was a carpenter and weaver, a very prominent man in general affairs, moved to Holden, Mass., and then to Dublin, N.H., and in 1793 to Bethel, Maine. Dublin was incorporated 1771 and May 6 he was chosen the first town clerk which position he held for twenty years or more, was selectman eleven years, town treasurer several years; represented the town in the convention of delegates which met at Exeter May 17, 1775; was a noted schoolmaster, and the first justice of the peace in town. The history of Dublin says "he appears to have been a very capable man and to have done his business usually in a very correct and scholarly manner."

TIMELINE:

1757 - married to Sarah Greenwood, his half 1C1R

Moved to Holden, Massachusetts

1771 - Dublin, New Hampshire

1793 - Bethel, Maine

He married Sarah GREENWOOD, daughter of Lt. Josiah GREENWOOD & Phebe STEARNS, 21 Jun 1757. Born 6 Jul 1737. Died 1836. She was his half 1C1R.

They had the following children:

2	i.	Ebenezer GREENWOOD	
3	ii.	John GREENWOOD	
4	iii.	Nathaniel GREENWOOD

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