Surname: Woodruff

Biography of Patrick Cleburn Woodruff, M. D.

In the passing of Dr. Patrick Cleburn Woodruff the medical profession lost a representative member. For twelve years he resided in Stilwell and during that time endeared himself to every one in the community. A man of great charity, he served rich and poor alike and his sudden demise, on the 29th of December, 1914, came as a severe shock to his many friends. A native of Mississippi, Dr. Woodruff was born on the 31st of January, 1865, a son of T. P. and Elizabeth (Leatherwood) Woodruff, both natives of that state. In 1871 they removed to Paris, Texas, and resided there until 1898, when they located in Rogers, Arkansas. There the father engaged in the fruit growing business on a large scale and achieved gratifying success in that connection. They were among the representative and progressive citizens of Rogers, -where they lived until death. To the union of Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff eight children were born, of whom three girls and three boys are living. Patrick Cleburn Woodruff, whose name initiates this review, was the third in order of birth. In the acquirement of an education Patrick Cleburn Woodruff attended the public schools of Paris, Texas, and upon determining to enter the medical profession, he enrolled as a student in the Louisville Medical College, from which institution he was graduated with the M. D. degree in 1888. He...

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Woodruff, E. E. – Obituary

Emmett E. Woodruff died suddenly at his home five miles from Union at 5:30 o’clock last Sunday evening November 3. He was 68 years of age the 26th of October. He had been in poor health for some time but he was able to be up and around and his condition was not considered critical. He was born at Pickering Village, Ontario, Canada, October 26, 1861. He was married to Miss Mary Phreit September 12, 1881. To this union seven children were born, all of whom survive. They came to the valley in 1902 and bought a home in La Grande, living there a number of years, moving from there to their present location. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. C.E. Lawson and W. H. Woodruff, of near Union; Mrs. M. W. Hanan, Miss Kathryn Woodruff, Mrs. R.C. Rogers, Mrs. G. W. Munro and Miss Ruth Woodruff, all of Portland He was an estimable man, a devoted husband and father, a kind neighbor and friend and he will b sadly missed. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved family. The funeral was held at the home near Union. Rev. Lee of Union conducted the services. The Union choir sang special songs. Pall bearers were W. O. Haggerty, Tony D. Smith, L. A. Wright, C. L. Cadwell, Eugene Reuter, L. Z. Terrall. Many friends paid their last sad respects to...

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Woodruff Genealogy – Leicester MA

Woodruff, Frederick O. (8), William B. (7), Hiram (6), David (5), Noah (4), David (3), Samuel (2), Matthew (1). m. Fannie Sturtevant, Feb. 18, 1880. Frederick Orr Woodruff was educated in the public schools of Chelsea, Massachusetts, and Wheelers Preparatory School. After completing his studies at the age of nineteen years, he entered the employ of the old Publishing House of Ira Bradley & Co. on Cornhill, which concern was established the year Mr. Woodruff was born. In a few years he became a partner of the firm, the style of which was then changed to Bradley & Woodruff. In 1891 having become largely interested in Real Estate. Mr. Woodruff sold out his interests in the book business to his partner in order to devote his entire attention to Real Estate. He became an acknowledged authority on Real Estate values in greater Boston. He organized large Real Estate trusts in Boston and New York, and the erection of many of the most modern business structures were due to his efforts. He was the first President of the Massachusetts Real Estate Exchange, President Real Estate Co-Operative Bank, Charter Member and Director in the Exchange Trust Co.. member of several clubs in Boston and suburbs. He was a Mason. being a member of Simon W. Robinson Lodge, A. F. & A. -t1., of Lexington, Mass., St. John’s Lodge of Boston, St....

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