Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1876/04/07 Sarah Rodman Woodward, wife of William Woodward, gives birth to a son, William Woodward, in New York City. Born
1904/10/24 Elizabeth Ogden Cryder, daughter of Elizabeth Callender Ogden and Duncan Cryder, marries William Woodward, at Grace Church in New York City. Groom Grace Episcopal Church, New York New York City
1907/00/00 The Belair Stables is built by William Woodward, future chairman of the Jockey Club. The Stable will house foals which will later became famous race horses, including two winners of the Triple Crown: Gallant Fox and Omaha. Architect Belair Stables Bowie, MD
1916/03/01 The New York Times reports on William Woodward's purchase of a vacant lot at 9 E 86th Street from William E Iselin for $200,000 ($4 million today). The Times speculates that Woodward will build a "high-class private dwelling." Home Woodward Townhouse NYC New York City
1929/00/00 The Woodward's host the wedding reception of daughter Edith to Thomas Moore Bancroft who where married at St Thomas Church on 53rd Street. Father of the Bride Woodward Townhouse NYC New York City
1931/11/00 William Woodward donates $80,000 for the 40-foot diameter Great West Rose Window at the Cathedral of St John the Divine. Benefactor Cathedral of Saint John the Divine New York City
1953/09/25 William Woodward, owner of the Belair Mansion and Belair Stud Farm, dies at his home in New York City at the age of 77. His Elsie will stay until 1956 when she moves to the Waldorf Towers. Died Woodward Townhouse NYC New York City
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