KHGS looking for relatives of antique diary's writer
When a Killingly resident found two leather-bound diaries after cleaning out an attic, he turned them over to the Killingly Historical and Genealogical Society. He thought someone there might be able to locate a relative of the author of those diaries. KHGS President Lynn LaBerge is trying to do just that.
The diaries were written by Mary Iverson Woodward, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Woodward of Danielson. She was born in 1866, just after the end of the Civil War. Her parents owned a drugstore in town.