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History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923, v. 02

History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923, v. 02

Source : FamilySearch

History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923, v. 02

History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923, v. 02

Source : FamilySearch

Results : WOODRUFF


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Harold Woodruff.


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+ Robert Woodruff.


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Pease, Charles Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Woodruff, William Crane, John Dunham, Moses T. Crane, Jacob Miller, Jr.


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and was followed by Miss Elizabeth Woodruff and Mr. Dcboise. The number of pupils in 1884 was girls forty-four, boys,


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George Wire, Charles G. Woodruff.


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Clarence C. Woodruff.


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George C. Woodruff.


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Robert S. Woodruff.


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T. Winston Woodruff.


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book of sessions the Rev. Benjamin Woodruff of the Presbyterian Church of Westfield has entered: August 12, 1759, baptized my


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Ephraim Marsh, Henry Baker and Jonathan Woodruff, of Westfield, went out on this enterprise. There was great rejoicing at Charles


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Jonathan Woodruff, 1777.. 24 16 3


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Noah ) Jeremiah J Woodruff.


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Remsen, Mellyn Miller, Edward Thomas, Samuel Woodruff, William Woodruff, Samuel Smith, Daniel Searle, Joseph Hawkins. David Lyon & Samuel Lee-good


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Miller, Edward Thomas, Samuel Woodruff, William Woodruff, Samuel Smith, Daniel Searle, Joseph Hawkins. David Lyon & Samuel Lee-good and lawful


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and eighty one, before me Isaac Woodruff. Esquire, Mayor of the said Borough of Elizabeth, in the County of Essex


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was the second wife to Jonathan Woodruff Squire, of Locust Grove (Mountainside). Miss Scudder told what she saw to Isaac


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Scudder, Benjamin Meeker. David Ross. Aaron Woodruff"'and M r . Rvno were members of the jury. Barber and Howe, in


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Kemsen. Melyn Miller. Edward Thomas. Samuel Woodruff, William Woodruff. Samuel Smith, Daniel Sale. Joseph Hawkins, David Lyon. Samuel Lee.


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Miller. Edward Thomas. Samuel Woodruff, William Woodruff. Samuel Smith, Daniel Sale. Joseph Hawkins, David Lyon. Samuel Lee.


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Isaac Woodruff. Jonathan I. Dayton. Isaac Anictt, Moses Hatheld. Aaron Hatfield.


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instantly heard the gun fire. David Woodruff gave witness that he saw Caldwell return to the boat upon which Morgan


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1786, was Thomas Woodruff. Esq. (moderator), John Scudder (clerk), Ephraim Marsh, Jesse Clark. Andrew Hetfield. Ephraim Scudder.


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forever absolutely quit claim unto John Woodruff and Samuel Woodruff of the same Town and Precinct afsd Delegates for the


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claim unto John Woodruff and Samuel Woodruff of the same Town and Precinct afsd Delegates for the Inhabitants ol" Westfield


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was true of the Rev. Benjamin Woodruff, who was the beloved pastor of the congregation from 1759 to 1803. He


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Ephraim Marsh, John, Jonathan arid Samuel Woodruff, Peter Wilcox, Samuel Yeomans, John High, John Lamb, Isaac "/?Tn .c


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o Eber* Price In 1767 Benjamin Woodruff s salary was ninety pounds current money.


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John Davis. Jonathan Woodruff. Dame Ross^Jr John Crane Jr . and bam ^ Being a Committee Chosen


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IWfre agree with the Said Mr. Woodruff and % j3j J ^ ^ S 3 i Sums affixed to our


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UJandwe tinue him the said Mr. Woodruff ^ / ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W l ^ S in Money-Do


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Woodruff, Hannah, wife of Joseph, died August 14, 1742, 52 years.


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Joseph Corey. Zophe Hetfield. Aaron Woodruff, ohn Crane. James Lambert. Thomas Woodruff.


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During the ministry of Mr. Woodruff, 398 persons made profession of faith, about 1,100 were baptized, and 752 couples


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Woodruff, Joseph, died February 2, 1741, 64 years.


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Woodruff, ohn Crane. James Lambert. Thomas Woodruff.


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Hubbel. 1730-49, John Grant. 1750-53, Benjamin Woodruff, 1759-18Q3, Thomas Picton. 1805-18, Alexander Frazer. 1819-26, Edwin Holt. 1826-


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April 3rd, remains of Rev. Mr. Woodruff and his wife disinterred and buried under tower of new church.


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is now the property of Robert Woodruff and was selected V o l among a mass of old papers which


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quart of sperits 1 o Thomas Woodruff, Dr., July 28, 1790, to a quart of rum & 6 sheets paper


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William Wittke Robert Donald Worth Gordon B. Woodruff Robert Woodruff. Jr.


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Donald Worth Gordon Woodruff Robert Woodruff. Jr.


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October to, 1873. Mary I. Woodruff, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth B. (Baker) Woodruff (ace Woodruff line following),


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Mary Woodruff, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth B. (Baker) Woodruff (ace Woodruff line following), and they became the parents


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Benjamin Woodruff, son of Robert and Euphany (High) Woodruff, was born June 20, 1784, and died May 16, 1862.


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Benjamin Woodruff, son of Robert and Euphany (High) Woodruff, was born June 20, 1784, and


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First Presbyterian Church at Elizabethtown. John Woodruff had nine children by his wife Mary: Sarah, John, Jonathan, Benjamin:


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Daniel Woodruff was born in 1676, and died in 1740.


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Josiah Woodruff was born in 1724, and died July 21,


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Robert Woodruff was born in 1762, and died July 14.


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valuable public service is William Taylor Woodruff, deputy game and fish warden of New Jersey and deputy sheriff of Union


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Mr. Woodruff comes of very old Colonial stock, tracing his ancestry, through his father's mother,


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William Taylor Woodruff, son of Hiram Abiff and Ida May (Taylor) Woodruff, was born in New


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Hiram Arthur Woodruff, second son of Hiram Abiff and Ida May (Taylor) Woodruff, was bom in


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Hiram Abiff Woodruff, son of William T. and Lucy Adams (Tracy) Woodruff, was bom at


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December 3, 1839. She married William T. Woodruff, and they were the parents of two sons: William, who died at


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February' 3, 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff were the parents of two sons: William Taylor, of whom further, and Hiram


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concern was incorporated, and H. Arthur Woodruff, brother of Mr. Woodruff, made a member of the corporation. At that time


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Corporation. On November 1, 1919, Mr. Woodruff was one of the organizers of the Printeraft Press, Incorporated, which was located


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On April 35, 1917, Hiram Arthur Woodruff married Ethel Mabel Reineckc, daughter of Julius Reineckc.


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He became a partner of William T. Woodruff, and is now a member of the Printeraft Press, Incorporated, and is


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Tucker. 3. Phebe. wife of Stephen Woodruff. 4. Nancy, wife of Obadiah Meeker 5.


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1904. Charles Clarence Coleman married Jennie Belle Woodruff, horn in this city, the daughter of William E. and Wealthy Ann


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with his father at Westfield. Mr. Woodruff married (second). October 23, 1000. Mary Thompson Davis, of Newark. New Jersey, and


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parents of a daughter, Mary Vivian Woodruff, born February 23, 1003.


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Mr Woodruff belongs to the Merchants' Association, the Civic Association: and the Fathers' Auxiliary of


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born of this marriage, Gordon Burt Woodruff. February 8.


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was started in the Miss Susan Woodruff private school for young children, a one-story building situated on the west side


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Mr. William C Squier, Mr. John Woodruff, Mr. William Mershon, Mr. J. U. Underhill, Mr. Benjamin M. Price, and Mr.


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Mrs. William Bloodgood. Mrs. John Woodruff. Mrs. Jacob L. Woodruff, Mrs. Francis La Ban, Mrs. Joseph T. Crowell, Mrs.


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Bloodgood. Mrs. John Woodruff. Mrs. Jacob L. Woodruff, Mrs. Francis La Ban, Mrs. Joseph T. Crowell, Mrs. Washington B. Oliver,


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Elizabeth, married Francis Baker Squier, William Woodruff: Mary Catherine, married Samuel Hempfield, George Washington, The ancestry of Lydia Smith (Pierson)


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William Alfred Woodruff was born in Rahway, New Jersey. September 3. 1845. and there obtained a


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stroke of paralysis in 1916 Mr. Woodruff was head of an insurance brokerage business in Plainheld. New Jersey, which he


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William S. Woodruff, father of William A. Woodruff was born in Westfield. and died in


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Rahway National Bank. His wife. Catherine D. Woodruff, died in Plainfield.


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and Marine, all American companies. Mr. Woodruff continued his insurance business most successfully until 1916, building up a strong agency,