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A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material (Volume v.6)

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A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material (Volume v.6)

A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material (Volume v.6)

Source : Internet Archive

A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material (Volume v.6)

A history of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania : from its first beginnings to the present time, including chapters of newly-discovered early Wyoming Valley history, together with many biographical sketches and much genealogical material (Volume v.6)

Source : Internet Archive

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Rev. Dr. James O. Woodruff, father of the present subject, and another son of David and Mary


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subject, and another son of David and Mary C. (Davis) Woodruff, was for nearly forty years a member of the


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Oscar and Eliza (Townley) Woodruff. Matthew Woodruff came from Surrey, England, to the Massachusetts Bay Colony soon after 1630, with


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became lieutenant of infantry. Another, Jacob Woodruff, was first a clergyman, and afterward physician.


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Bret Harte. Thomas Woodruffs son David Woodruff, married Mary C. Davis, of Westfield, and they had several children. Among these,


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Thomas Woodruff of Connecticut Farms, New Jersey, was a m.inute-man during the Revolution and saw


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Through the years Mr. Woodruff has kept up his newspaper work, editorial, free lance, and musical criticism, and


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far West, and a brother, Oscar Abbott Woodruff, of the Controllers' Division, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.


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Wesley Ellsworth Woodruff prepared for college at Wyoming Seminary and was graduated from Wesleyan University


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566 Allen Woodruff, of Philadelphia. 2. Frederick, who died in infancy. 3. George Guthrie, of whom


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Woodruff, David, 383