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us: Woodward, Augustus B. (Augustus Brevoort), 1774-1827

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  • Fuller Name

    • Augustus Brevoort
  • Variants

    • us: Epaminondas, -1827
    • us: Woodward, A. B. (Augustus Brevoort), 1774-1827
    • us: Woodward, Augustus B. (Augustus Brevoort), d. 1827
    • us: Woodward, Augustus Brevoort, d. 1827
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        (naf) New York (N.Y.)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Florida
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) United States
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Georgetown (Washington, D.C.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Washington (D.C.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Detroit (Mich.)
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    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Judges--United States
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    • Earlier Established Forms

        Woodward, Augustus B. (Augustus Brevoort), d. 1827Woodward, Augustus B.(Augustus Brevoort),d. 1827 Woodward, Augustus Brevoort, d. 1827Woodward, Augustus Brevoort,d. 1827
    • Sources

      • found: LCCN 03-24203: His Considerations on the substance of the sun, 1801 (hdg: Woodward, Augustus Brevoort, d. 1827; usage: Augustus B. Woodward)
      • found: LC database, 7-15-86 (hdg: Woodward, Augustus Brevoort, d. 1827; usage: A.B. Woodward)
      • found: Appletons' cyclopaedia of Amer. biog., 1888 (Woodward, Augustus Brevoort; lawyer; emigrated to Michigan in 1805; judge of Michigan Territory until 1824; judge of Florida Territory 1824-27; b. Virginia ca. 1775; d. Florida 1827)
      • found: His Considerations on the government of the Territory of Columbia as they appeared in the National intelligencer under the signature of Epaminondas, 1801.
      • found: Who was who in America, 1607-1896: (Woodward, Augustus Brevoort; jurist; born, N.Y.C., 1774; grad., Columbia, 1793; born Elias Brevoort, changed name to Augustus; took active part in obtaining incorporation of Washington, D.C.; elected mem. council; moved to Georgetown, D.C., 1797; practiced law, active in civic affiars; appointed judge Territory of Michigan by Pres. Jefferson, 1805; compiled early Laws of Michigan (known as Woodward Code), 1806; remained in Detroit after its surrender to British in 1812; judge U.S. Court for Florida District (appointed by Pres. Monroe), 1824-1827; died June 12, 1827)
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      • 1986-07-17: new
      • 2015-04-21: revised
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