James Thomas Woodward (1837-1910)
James T. Woodward, of New York; President of the Hanover National Bank
He was born at his father's 500-acre farm in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. In later life he kept four homes: 9 East 56th Street, New York City; The Cloister, in Newport; Devilstone at Bar Harbor, Maine; and Belair Mansion, Maryland. He died unmarried and left everything to his nephew, William Woodward Sr., who succeeded him as President of the Hanover National Bank.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 15/08/2020 and last updated on 26/11/2020.