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Commemorative biographical record of Hartford County, Connecticut : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families (Volume Part 1)

Commemorative biographical record of Hartford County, Connecticut : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families (Volume Part 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of Hartford County, Connecticut : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families (Volume Part 1)

Commemorative biographical record of Hartford County, Connecticut : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families (Volume Part 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : WOODRUFF


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he married Prudence, daughter of Joshua and Prudence (Curtiss) Woodruff. He resided in the old house of his father and


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Dr. Noah Porter, to Miss Lucy Woodruff, a daughter of Solomon and Chestina (Curtiss) Woodruff, and to them were born


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Lucy Woodruff, a daughter of Solomon and Chestina (Curtiss) Woodruff, and to them were born five children :


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(V) James Woodruff Cowles was born in Farmington, and always lived in the old homestead. He


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of Truman Hanks, and with Samuel Woodruff formed the firm of Woodruff & Beach Iron Works." In 1870 tin's firm


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he married Elizabeth Woodruff, who died July 8,


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21, 1828, a daughter of John B. and Mary F. (Neale) Woodruff, of Southington, Conn., and three children were born


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Elijah Manross was married to Ellen Sophronia Woodruff, who was born Sept.


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He is a member of Samuel Woodruff Post, Sons of Veterans, and of the Southington Fire Department, Hook & Ladder


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as bookkeeper for David Woodruff. Later he went to Mt. Sterling, Ohio, as clerk in a store, but


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an advanced age. Flis son, Samuel Woodruff, was born in Farmington Aug. 26, 1661, and married Rebecca, daughter of John


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traces his ancestry back to Matthew Woodruff, who removed from Hartford to Farmington, Conn., in 1640, and was admitted as


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Lyman, of Wallingford. Their son, Jason Woodruff, grandfather of our subject, was born Aug.


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Sheldon Woodruff, father of our subject, was born in Southington April 15, 1798, and in


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Mr. Woodruff was born in Candor, Tioga Co., N. Y., Feb. 22, 1826, and traces


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married Rebecca Woodruff, daughter of Hezekiah and Sarah (Macon) Woodruff. Sylvanus Dunham was a son of Gideon Dunham, of Southington,


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Sept. 1, 1818. He married Rebecca Woodruff, daughter of Hezekiah and Sarah (Macon) Woodruff. Sylvanus Dunham was a son of


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Josephine Frederick married (first) Jennie Woodruff, of Southington, who died leaving two children, Paul C. and Dana W. ,


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Smith Mattison and T. and N. Woodruff bought thirty acres of land on the west side of Main street, and


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a resident of Ohio, married Frances Woodruff, and has two children, Edith May and Bernice. (4) Sereno, who is engaged


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Elizabeth Mills : Prudence married Joshua Woodruff, Charles, Solomon, born in 1754, died in ^777-Capt. Eliphalet Curtiss resided on the


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Nov. 3, 1775, he married Sarah Woodruff. Children : ( 1 ) Isaac, born Feb. 2, 1765, is mentioned below.


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two years peddled tin for David Woodruff, and for one year worked on a farm. In


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Miss Julia Sloper, daughter of David Root and Augusta E. (Woodruff) Sloper, of Southington, representatives of old and prominent Connecticut


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and wedded Mary, daughter of Isaac and Mary (Bristol) Woodruff. He Tived on the homestead now occupied by our subject


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Eliza Woodruff, daughter of Daniel S. and Eliza (Bristol) Woodruff, of Southington. Three children were born of this marriage


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Sloper married Eliza A. Woodruff, daughter of Daniel S. and Eliza (Bristol) Woodruff, of Southington. Three children


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Mrs. Orr's maternal grandfather, Daniel S. Woodruff, was born in 1792, and married Eliza, daughter of George and Abigail


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Dec. 13, 1813. His father, Samuel Woodruff, was born in Farmington, Conn., Jan. 20, 1686, and was married, July 10,


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Jan. 8, 1742. His father, Matthew Woodruff, removed from Hartford to Farmington about 1640, was admitted a freeman in 1657,


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His father, Isaac Woodruff, was born in October,


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Orr is a member of Hannah Woodruff Chapter, No. 36, Daughters of the American Revolution.


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was married, in 1777, to Moses Woodruff, Samuel, born in 1760, was a soldier in the Revolutionary army, and died


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1714, married, in 1733, Deacon Josiah Woodruff, of East Farms, and died in 1790, (7) John, born in 1710, died


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David Hawley farm. He married Jane Woodruff, a daughter of Aloses Woodruff, of Avon. She died in 1878. They had