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Samuel Bayard Woodward

physician , banker

Samuel Bayard Woodward, American physician, banker. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

Woodward, Samuel Bayard was born on August 24, 1853 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Samuel and L. E. R. (Treadwell) Woodward.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1874, Doctor of Medicine 1878.

Career

Practiced at Worcester, 1881-1921. Consultant surgeon City Hospital, since 1903. Surgeon Memorial and St. Vincent’s hospitals.

President Worcester County Institution for Savings, 1913-1938, chairman trustees, since 1938. Ex-president Washington Mills Emery Company President Harvard Medical Alumni Association, 1912-1915. President Massachusetts Medical Society, 1916-1919.

President of the board of trustees Memorial Hospital, 1917-1928. President Worcester Chamber of Commerce, 1921-1923. Ex-treasurer Antiquarian Society.

Member Worcester Fire Society.

Membership

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Clubs: Harvard, Bohemian, Worcester, etc.

Connections

Married Margaret Perley, September 16, 1884.

father:
Samuel Woodward

mother:
L. E. R. (Treadwell) Woodward

spouse:
Margaret Perley