He was born in Jersey City , New Jersey 12 November 1908; died at Goddard Memorial Hospital , Stoughton November, 1975. Dr. Appleton C. Woodward graduated from Middlebury College , Middlebury Vt. , worked at GrenfelI Mission in Labrador in 1936, Tufts Medical School, Boston, served his Internship at Quincy City Hospital, his Residency at Norfolk County Sanitarium and then became associated with Dr. William O. Faxon of Stoughton in 1940.  Presently, in addition to his private practice, he was the Medical Examiner for the Norfolk County Medical Examiner for the Norfolk County Fifth District. He was a Fellow of The American Academy of Family Practice, a member of the Mass. Medical Society, and the Mass. Medical-Legal Society. He had served as Associate Medical Examiner from 1947 until 1964 when he was appointed Medical Examiner of the Norfolk County Fifth District by Governor Volpe. He had also served with 'Project Hope' in Ganado , Arizona at Sag Memorial Hospital in 1973. He served his home town of Stoughton in many capacities, some of which include: Board of Selectmen, School Committee, School Physician, Chapter 766 Program, Stoughton High School Athletic Physician, Town Meet­ing Representative, Board of Health, School Building Committee, Master Plan Committee, and as Medical Examiner for the Selective Board during World War II. He had lived in Stoughton for 35 years.


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