Elizabeth Winborn1,2

F, #1844
Relationships7th great-grandmother of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
7th great-grandmother of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
MARRIAGE*before 1722 Elizabeth Winborn married John Bass Jr., son of John Bass and Love Harris, before 1722 at Northampton, NC, Several people cite the name Elizabeth Winborn, but I've never been able to document. Here is a note relative to that search. Melanie Seago [melseago@earthlink.net]Here's my source for Elizabeth Winborne.
Charles Lucas cclmd@aol.com
RootsWeb WorldConnect Project: John Lucas of Eastern North Carolina Descendants and Kinfolks
Deed book 1 page 343 says that on March 4, 1748 John and Elizabeth Bass of Northampton deeded land to William Winborn of Nansemond County Virginia. They sold him 150 acres on the north side of Roanoke River in Uraha Woods for 60 pounds. It was part of a patent granted to Henry Sims. Its possible that William was Elizabeth's brother which is how we know her maiden name. 
Married Name Her married name was Bass. 

Family

John Bass Jr. b. 1706, d. 1777
Children
Last Edited24 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. J. Albert Bell gives surname of Winborn on page 33 of his work. However, when questioned about its source he said he could not remember.
  2. [S487] John Bass, Documents MVW file.
  3. [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.

Abraham Windle1

M, #3986
MARRIAGE*18 August 1874 Abraham Windle married Lydia A. McNeil, daughter of John Albert McNeil and Sylvia R. Collins, on 18 August 1874 at Creston, IA.1 

Family

Lydia A. McNeil b. 16 October 1856, d. 11 April 1931
Last Edited11 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S554] Melanie McNeil, "McNeil Family," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, May 2004.

Sarah Winters

F, #2456, d. circa 1780
Relationships6th great-grandmother of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
6th great-grandmother of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
ReferenceB-177
MARRIAGE*4 December 1729 Sarah Winters married Joseph Ogle, son of Thomas Ogle and Mary Crawford, on 4 December 1729 at Wilmington, DE, Married at Old Swede's Church see P. 310 of marriage record book.1 
Death*circa 1780 She died circa 1780 Death date taken from statement "Sarah Ogle died before her mother who died in late 1780." 
Married Name4 December 1729  As of 4 December 1729,her married name was Ogle.1 

Family

Joseph Ogle b. 1705
Children
Last Edited2 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."

Mary Witington1

F, #5229, b. 1770, d. 1803
Birth*1770 Mary Witington was born in 1770.1 
MARRIAGE*16 February 1790 She married Edmon Dees, son of Daniel Dees and Elizabeth (?), on 16 February 1790.1 
Death*1803 She died in 1803.1 

Family

Edmon Dees b. 1765
Child
Last Edited7 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S618] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S180] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Fr. Ferdinand B. Wolf OSB

M, #204
Last Edited3 May 1999

Fr. Ferdinand B. Wolf OSB

M, #226
Last Edited25 Sep 2001

John Wollaston

M, #2831, b. circa 1626
Father*Richard Wollaston
Mother*Hannah Hazard
Birth*circa 1626 John Wollaston was born circa 1626 at London, England.1 
 He was the son of Richard Wollaston and Hannah Hazard
MARRIAGE*circa 1645 He married Mary (?) circa 1645.1 

Family

Mary (?)
Last Edited13 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S62] Owen Kardatzke, "Wollaston", Elsie Wollaston Administrative Support Librarian in Vancouver Canada sent me this information. She saw my web site with the Ogle information. e-mail address.

Richard Wollaston

M, #2833
MARRIAGE* Richard Wollaston married Hannah Hazard

Family

Hannah Hazard
Child
Last Edited2 May 1999

Marguerite Woodmansee

F, #109, b. 30 August 1893, d. 17 January 1944
Father*Windsor Woodmansee
Mother*Martha Burdsal
MARRIAGE* Marguerite Woodmansee married Louis R. Hollmeyer, son of Harry A. Hollmeyer and Margaret Richmond
Birth*30 August 1893 She was born on 30 August 1893 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH
 She was the daughter of Windsor Woodmansee and Martha Burdsal
Death*17 January 1944 She died on 17 January 1944 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 50 She is buried at Spring Grove Cemetery in Sec. 113 Lot 5. Buried on January 19, 1944.1 
Burial*19 January 1944 She was buried on 19 January 1944 at Spring Grove Sec. 113 Lot 5, Cincinati, Hamilton Co., OH
Married Name Her married name was Hollmeyer. 

Family

Louis R. Hollmeyer b. 7 September 1892, d. 11 July 1949
Child
Last Edited8 Mar 2011

Citations

  1. [S8] Family information.

Windsor Woodmansee

M, #117

Family

Martha Burdsal
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Agnes Josephine Woodrough

F, #23, b. 1 September 1852, d. 1 September 1852
Father*Joseph Woodrough b. 5 Mar 1813, d. 9 Jun 1889
Mother*Agnes Moreman b. Mar 1817, d. 14 Oct 1912
Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Death*1 September 1852  Her death is noted in the Woburn record of deaths.
 
Birth*1 September 1852 Agnes Josephine Woodrough was born on 1 September 1852 at Woburn, Middlesex, MA, Birthdate from C.F.I at LDS Library. 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Woodrough and Agnes Moreman
Last Edited26 Feb 2004

Agnes Josephine Woodrough1

F, #789, b. February 1878, d. 11 August 1878
Father*Herbert H. Woodrough b. Sep 1856, d. 13 Dec 1916
Mother*Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan b. 1857, d. 1941
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*February 1878 Agnes Josephine Woodrough was born in February 1878 at Montvale, Middlesex, MA.1 
 She was the daughter of Herbert H. Woodrough and Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan
Burial*11 August 1878  Moved to Sec 110 Lot 167 July 14 1882. 
Death*11 August 1878 She died on 11 August 1878 at ; 73 Vetts St., Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, It appears that family made the move from Massachusetts in the summer of 1878. Agnes was first buried in public vault then moved to Sec. 110 lot 167 on July 14, 1882. She died of Cholera Infantuum.1 
Last Edited2 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S44] Cemetery Marker, Copy in MVW file on Woodrough, 100 Beach Dr. # 1801, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL.

Agnes Josephine Woodrough

F, #3476, b. 1878, d. 1878
Father*Rufus Lee Woodrough b. 1858, d. 18 Jun 1935
Mother*Jennie Burns d. 11 Nov 1911
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Death*1878 Agnes Josephine Woodrough died in 1878 the child of Rufus L. & Lulu Woodrough that was named Agnes Josephine (b. 1878) also died young! age 7 mos. 
Birth*1878 She was born in 1878. 
 She was the daughter of Rufus Lee Woodrough and Jennie Burns
Last Edited2 May 2006

Alice M. Woodrough1

F, #788, b. 1881
Father*Herbert H. Woodrough b. Sep 1856, d. 13 Dec 1916
Mother*Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan b. 1857, d. 1941
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*1881 Alice M. Woodrough was born in 1881.2 
 She was the daughter of Herbert H. Woodrough and Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan
MARRIAGE*1909 She married George A. Chapman in 1909. 
Engagement*19 September 1909 She was engaged on 19 September 1909 at Brooklyn, NY
NEWSPAPER*1909 She was mentioned in a newspaper September 19, 1909 Brooklyn Eagle Engaged:Chapman-Woodrough- Mr. & Mrs. Herbert H. Woodrough of 121 Halsey St. Brooklyn, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to Mr. George A. Chapman of Manhattan in 1909. 
Married Name1909  As of 1909,her married name was Chapman. 

Family

George A. Chapman b. 1871
Last Edited2 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  2. [S60] 1910 Census;, She was married less than year and living with her in laws.

Anne Woodrough

F, #781, b. 1 June 1917, d. 1954
Father*Frederick Charles Woodrough b. 22 Dec 1874
Mother*Katherine Gulick
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*1 June 1917 Anne Woodrough was born on 1 June 1917 at Tokyo, Japan
 She was the daughter of Frederick Charles Woodrough and Katherine Gulick
Death*1954 She died in 1954. 
Married Name10 September 1938  As of 10 September 1938,her married name was Hathaway. 

Family

Child
Last Edited2 May 2006

Anne Woodrough1

F, #3767, b. 8 October 1805
Father*Joseph Woodrough1 b. c 1780
Mother*Sarah Dodd1 b. c 1780
Relationships3rd great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
3rd great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*8 October 1805 Anne Woodrough was born on 8 October 1805 at St. Philip's, Birmingham, Warwick, England.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Woodrough and Sarah Dodd.1 
Last Edited6 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Dorothy Woodrough

F, #786, b. 19 August 1908
Father*Frederick Charles Woodrough b. 22 Dec 1874
Mother*Katherine Gulick
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*19 August 1908 Dorothy Woodrough was born on 19 August 1908. 
 She was the daughter of Frederick Charles Woodrough and Katherine Gulick
Married Name Her married name was Edgers. 
Anecdote*1999  Dorothy Woodrough appears in three books about Pearl Harbor. 
Biography*10 November 1999  The following e-mail message shed some light on the family:

>From: "Margot"
>To:
>Subject: fred woodrough
>Date: Thu, Oct 28, 1999, 10:26 PM

> Saw your message looking for Dorothy and Fred Woodrough. I corresponded
> with Fred. let me know if you are still interested. Are you a Woodrough?
> There are not many who spell name this way.
REPLY
>> How wonderful to hear from you. Actually I'm an Edgers, but stories about
>> aunt Dorothy were long recounted to me. If you have any info you could
> pass
>> on to me on place of birth either of Fred or Dorothy, dates,
>> father's name, mother's name and/or confirm that family story about some
>> Japanese ancestry. Dorothy and my mom, sister to Newton Edgers, were
> buddies
>> in Japan. Mom taught English there until she married my dad, who worked
> for
>> the US gov. Unfortunately, I got the stories, but no hard facts. Now that
>> I'm doing family history, I have to chase those down, since mom passed
> away
>> in 1998. I will appreciate anything
>> jslavens.
REPLY
>From: "Margot"
> I have attached a family group sheet as a test. Its in MS word format. Let
> me know if you can read it. I have correspondence in my file from Fred
> Woodrough re Japan (not a lot, but interesting). If we are talking about
> the right family, let me know and send me a mailing address and I will copy
> and send to you. I think Fred's wife might still be alive and living in
> Silver Spring Maryland. Fred died 5-6 years ago. Let me know - Regards
> Margot Woodrough

Ok I have an Imac but Microsoft Office version does translate this. I got
the family group sheet. It must be just for Fred, since it does not mention
Dorothy. Parents are Frederick Charles Woodrough (1874- no date of death)
and Katherine Gulick, Fred was born in Hawaii. It's got to be the same
family, since Japan is mentioned. If he mentioned the code work and/or his
sister Dorothy, it is definite. She married a newspaper man, my uncle, who
worked for the Advertiser in Tokyo. Here tis J.H. Slavens,1150 Pinnacle Rd.
Henrietta NY 14467 I would be very interested in receiving material. Is the
address in the SSi is Evelyn Woodrough's address? Or do you have the correct
address?
REPLY
Yes, I just got the package and I certainly appreciate all the information.
It clarifies the family stories about Aunt Dorothy. "Twelve Events That
Changed Our World" by George Walton, "Infamy" by John
Toland and "At Dawn We Slept" by Gordon W. Prange mentions Dorothy Edgers and
Fred Woodrough. I'd give a pretty to have an description by either Aunt
Dorothy or Fred on their work in Naval Op Their contributions were
invaluable, as Americans knowlegeable not only about Japanese but about the
culture. I did not know that their mother was Japanese
(Japanese-American?),although I had been told about some Asian ancestry, but
did know about their dad teaching for years at a Tokyo University. Dorothy
and Newton had no children, don't know about Fred. I must contact the Edgers
side of the family with your info. My mom(Jane Edgers) met Dorothy in Tokyo.
At that point Dorothy was married to uncle Newton Edgers.Mom remembered her
as being intelligent and wonderfully chic. Mom was still in Tokyo with Dad
(US diplomat) on Pearl Harbor Day but it looks like Dorothy and Newton got
out one year before. Good thing, journalists that stayed ended up in bad
prisoner of war situations.Mom insisted that Dorothy, Newton and father
Frederick Charles Woodrough all did intelligence work for the USA before
1941. As I said before, I'd love to have a memoir on their intelligence
work. 
Last Edited7 Dec 2008

Emme Woodrough1

F, #3770, b. 4 January 1811
Father*Joseph Woodrough1 b. c 1780
Mother*Sarah Dodd1 b. c 1780
Relationships3rd great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
3rd great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*4 January 1811 Emme Woodrough was born on 4 January 1811 at Warwick, England.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Woodrough and Sarah Dodd.1 
Christening21 January 1811 She was christened on 21 January 1811 at St. Phillips Cathedral, Birmingham, Warwick, England.1 
Last Edited30 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Frederick Charles Woodrough

M, #768, b. 22 December 1874
Father*Horace William Woodrough b. 18 Jun 1847
Mother*Sarah Beckett b. 21 Oct 1849, d. 15 Apr 1898
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Death* Frederick Charles Woodrough died at Omaha, NE
MARRIAGE* He married Katherine Gulick
Birth*22 December 1874 He was born on 22 December 1874 at Omaha, NE
 He was the son of Horace William Woodrough and Sarah Beckett
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880.1 
Residence*2 June 1900 He lived on 2 June 1900 at Hamilton, Butler County, OH; Address is 510 E. Dayton St. - his grandmother's home.2 
CENSUS1900*2 June 1900 He appeared on the census on 2 June 1900 at Hamilton, OH; He was living with his grandmother. His mother was dead and its possible that his father was as well.3 

Family

Katherine Gulick
MARRIAGE* He married Katherine Gulick
Children
Last Edited5 Apr 2008

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  3. [S59] 1900 Census;, 5th Ward T 623 Book 2 p. 245B.

Frederick Charles Woodrough Jr.

M, #770, b. 12 July 1911, d. 2 February 1991
Father*Frederick Charles Woodrough b. 22 Dec 1874
Mother*Katherine Gulick
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*12 July 1911 Frederick Charles Woodrough Jr. was born on 12 July 1911 at Honolulu, HI
 He was the son of Frederick Charles Woodrough and Katherine Gulick
MARRIAGE*22 June 1940 He married Evelyn Clark on 22 June 1940. 
Death*2 February 1991 He died on 2 February 1991 at Silver Spring, Montgomery County, MD, at age 79. 
Biography*2001  This man and his sister were educated in Japan. Apparently their father was a teacher there. As a result both Fred and his sister were fleuent in Japanese.They worked for the government as translators during WWII. They are mentioned in "At Dawn We Slept" which is the story of the Japanes attack on Pearl Harbor. They saw the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor coming through memos they translated, but it was the weekend and they could not convince anyone.

Here is an excerpt from "The Japanese Story of the Battle of Midway":The arduous task of translating this document was accomplished by Mr. Fred Woodrough, Jr., of the Office of Naval Communications. Mr. Woodrough accompanied the Naval Analysis Division to Japan where he served as the Senior interpreter and translator of that group. 

Family

Evelyn Clark d. 17 February 2001
Last Edited29 Jul 2014

Hannah Woodrough1

F, #3769, b. 20 June 1815
Father*Joseph Woodrough1 b. c 1780
Mother*Sarah Dodd1 b. c 1780
Relationships3rd great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
3rd great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*20 June 1815 Hannah Woodrough was born on 20 June 1815 at Warwick, England.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Woodrough and Sarah Dodd.1 
Christening10 July 1815 She was christened on 10 July 1815 at St. Phillips Church, Birmingham, Warwick, England.1 
Last Edited6 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Herbert H. Woodrough1

M, #20, b. September 1856, d. 13 December 1916
Father*Joseph Woodrough b. 5 Mar 1813, d. 9 Jun 1889
Mother*Agnes Moreman b. Mar 1817, d. 14 Oct 1912
Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd great-granduncle of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*September 1856 Herbert H. Woodrough was born in September 1856 at OH.2,3 
 He was the son of Joseph Woodrough and Agnes Moreman
MARRIAGE*circa 1877 He married Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan, daughter of Charles A Homan and Lydia K. (?), circa 1877 They are married and living with his parents in the 1880 census.4 
Death*13 December 1916  On 13 December 1916 NYC Death Index: Herbert H. Woodrough, age 60 y, died Jan. 7, 1916; cert. #764; Kings Co, NY
This note from Laura Steneck.. 
Residence1877 He lived in 1877 at Woburn, Middlesex, MA; Occupation listed as butcher and he is living with his father. Note that the 1875 map shows that he had a store and Post Office directly across the street from his parent's home.5 
Occupation1880  In 1880 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, Shown as a Travel agent living at home with his parents.6 
City Direc1886  In 1886 at Middlesex, MA, Herbert H. Woodrough was in the saw business with Richard W. Clemson at the same location on Montvale (earlier called Railroad) Ave.5 
City Direc1889  In 1889 at MA Woodrough and Clemson still in business.5 
City Direc*1890  In 1890 at Boston - West Cambridge, Middlesex, MA, He was shown as "Woodrough and Clemson" saw manufacturer at 220 Franklin at Winchester in Boston. 
City Direc1891  In 1891 at MA Woodrough no longer working with Clemson in Woburn. Looks like they may have opened a new location in Cambridge near Boston.5 
CENSUS1900*1900 He appeared on the census in 1900 at Brooklyn, NY.3 
Residencecirca 1904 He lived circa 1904 at Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County, FL; He apparently had a large home along with the Clemsons and Disston families. Evidently a group of the sawmaking families built winter homes in Tarpon Springs.7 
Biography*1904  In 1904 Mrs. Herbert Woodrough and Daughter Alice from Brooklyn attended Woodrough/Hollmeyer wedding in 1904.8 
Residence*19 September 1909 He lived on 19 September 1909 at Brooklyn, NY; Eagle 121 Halsey St. Brooklyn. 
CENSUS1910*1910 He appeared on the census in 1910 at NY, Kings, NY; He is shown as an exporter of carriages. His married daughter and her husband live with him as well as a cook, chauffeur and maid.9 

Family

Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan b. 1857, d. 1941
MARRIAGE*circa 1877 He married Lucy (Lulu) Rogers Homan, daughter of Charles A Homan and Lydia K. (?), circa 1877 They are married and living with his parents in the 1880 census.4 
Children
Last Edited26 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S44] Cemetery Marker, Copy in MVW file on Woodrough, 100 Beach Dr. # 1801, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;, 23rd Ward Film T9-1029 p. 195C
    FHL 1255029.
  3. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;, T9-1029 p 195C.
  5. [S505] Coleen Couture,, "Woburn Public Library," e-mail to MVW, Jan 28-2003.
  6. [S536] Williams.
  7. [S507] Gertrude K. Staughton, Tarpon Springs Early Years.
  8. [S42] "Bride's Book,."
  9. [S60] 1910 Census;, T624 Roll 972 Pt 2 Page 125 A&B.

Horace William Woodrough

M, #19, b. 18 June 1847
Father*Joseph Woodrough b. 5 Mar 1813, d. 9 Jun 1889
Mother*Agnes Moreman b. Mar 1817, d. 14 Oct 1912
Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd great-granduncle of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*18 June 1847 Horace William Woodrough was born on 18 June 1847 at West Cambridge, Arlington, Middlesex, MA, Birth certificate in MVW file from Vital Records of Massachusetts. 
 He was the son of Joseph Woodrough and Agnes Moreman
MARRIAGE*22 September 1866 He married Sarah Beckett, daughter of William Beckett and Martha Woods, on 22 September 1866 Thomas Robinson and His Descentands give marriage date as March 17, 1870.1 
Residence*1871 He lived in 1871 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.2 
Residence1875 He lived in 1875 at 52 Hathaway, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.2 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Covington, Kenton County, KY; He lived right next door to Benjaman M. D. Piatt.3 
Biography*1891  In 1891 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, he is mentioned in a newspaper article; The City of Cincinnatti and Its Resources published by The Times Star Company in 1891 states on page 42: "Cincinatti can boast of having many popular and successful brokerage firms. Among the most prominent, the firm of Chatfield, Woodrough and Co. was formed in August of 1888. It is composed of William Chatfield and Horace W. Woodrough. They are young and energetic and occupy an office in the Emery Building at 29 West 4th Street." 
MEMBERSHIP*1891 He was a library director in 1891 at Cincinnati, OH
CENSUS1900*1900 He appeared on the census in 1900 at Tarpon Springs, Hillsborough, FL; He was living with his sister's family in Florida. No wife shown.4 

Family

Sarah Beckett b. 21 October 1849, d. 15 April 1898
MARRIAGE*22 September 1866 He married Sarah Beckett, daughter of William Beckett and Martha Woods, on 22 September 1866 Thomas Robinson and His Descentands give marriage date as March 17, 1870.1 
Children
Last Edited2 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S374] The Woods Family.
  2. [S20] Williams, Cincinnati City Directory.
  3. [S56] 1880 Census;, T9-0425.
  4. [S59] 1900 Census;, He was living with his sister's family in California. No wife shown.

Howard Beckett Woodrough

M, #776, b. 27 January 1872, d. 3 July 1946
Father*Horace William Woodrough b. 18 Jun 1847
Mother*Sarah Beckett b. 21 Oct 1849, d. 15 Apr 1898
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*27 January 1872 Howard Beckett Woodrough was born on 27 January 1872. 
 He was the son of Horace William Woodrough and Sarah Beckett
Death*3 July 1946  On 3 July 1946 The California Death records says he died in Orange county California. 
Employment*1891  In 1891 Howard and (Joseph) William Woodrough (children of Horace and Sarah Beckett Woodrough) traveled to France in 1891 and returned 31 Aug. 1891, listing their occupation on the ship's list as "merchant", their ages as 20 & 18. Could they have been traveling for Woodrough & McParlin??? (Laurie Steneck). 
NEWSPAPER24 November 1892  On 24 November 1892 in an article entitled "Why They Give Thanks" he is quoted as saying "Because a dress suit, adorned with English airs, makes a man perfect in the sight of women." 
Last Edited2 May 2006

Infant Woodrough1

M, #11, b. 16 April 1906, d. 16 April 1906
Father*James (Jay) Richards Woodrough b. 24 Mar 1879, d. 13 May 1952
Mother*Laura Alma Hollmeyer b. 7 Jan 1880, d. 20 Jul 1966
RelationshipsGranduncle of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
Granduncle of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
BirthStill Infant Woodrough was stillborn. 
Death*16 April 1906 He died on 16 April 1906 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.1 
Birth*16 April 1906 He was born on 16 April 1906 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH
 He was the son of James (Jay) Richards Woodrough and Laura Alma Hollmeyer
Burial*17 April 1906 He was buried on 17 April 1906 at Spring Grove Cemetery; Sec. 110 Lot 167, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.1 
Last Edited8 Apr 2000

Citations

  1. [S44] Cemetery Marker, Copy in MVW file on Woodrough, 100 Beach Dr. # 1801, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL.

James (Jay) Richards Woodrough

M, #9, b. 24 March 1879, d. 13 May 1952
JAY WOODROUGH
JAY WOODROUGH
Father*James Richards Woodrough, Sr. b. 7 Jun 1848, d. 20 May 1894
Mother*Mary Julia Wilson b. 30 Apr 1851, d. 11 Jun 1937
RelationshipsGreat-grandfather of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
Great-grandfather of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*24 March 1879 James (Jay) Richards Woodrough was born on 24 March 1879 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.1 
 He was the son of James Richards Woodrough, Sr. and Mary Julia Wilson
MARRIAGE*12 October 1904 He married Laura Alma Hollmeyer, daughter of Louis Bernard Hollmeyer and Catherine A. Huber, on 12 October 1904 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, The Cincinnati Enquirer (probably 1904 fall) contained the following column:
Mrs. Julia Wilson Woodrough received Thursday afternoon at her home, Hale Avenue, Avondale, in honor of her son's bride, Mrs. James Woodrough (Laura Hollmeyer) The decorations in the hall were white chrysanthemums, and in the library yellow Chrysanthemums, while the dining room, like the parlor, was in pink - roses and smilax forming the decorations. Mrs. Julia Woodrough wore a handsome toilet of lavender crepe de chine with violets at her corsage. Mrs. James Woodrough wore her wedding gown and carried pink roses. Mrs. Hollmeyer, the bride's mother, wore black satin and assisted in recieving. Miss Riedesel, Miss Andrews, Miss Kinsley and Miss Teitig, who were Mrs. Woodrough's bridesmaids, wore their pink taffeta gowns made in 1830 style and carried pink rosebuds. They were also in the receiving line. Assisting throughout the various rooms were the Misses Mougey, Miss Stell Goss, Miss Clara Bartlett, Mrs. Alber Bell, and Mrs. Edmund Townsend; File contains Bride's wedding book with original invitation, pictures and newspaper clippings.
She had a note of congratulations from Luttia M. Clemson who lived in Tarpon Springs Florida. She said, "Grandmother better and joins me in congratulations on your wedding".
Best man was Louis Woodrough and Fred Woodrough was an Usher.2,1 
Death*13 May 1952 He died on 13 May 1952 at Heart Attack, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 73 He died of Arteriosclerotic heart disease.3 
Obituary14 May 1952 Obnituary of James (Jay) Richards Woodrough was His obituary reads: Services for James Richards Woodrough, 73, sales manager of the New York Office of the U.S. Playing Card Co., Norwood for many years and associated with the firm for 50 years, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m in the chapel of Schaefer and Busby funeral home. Woodrough retired in 1945, following his half-century of work with the card firm. While in charge of the eastern sales unit he lived at Forest Hills, Long Island, NY. on 14 May 1952 at Cincinnati, OH
Burial*15 May 1952 He was buried on 15 May 1952 at Spring Grove Cemetery; Sec 113 Lot 6, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.4 
CENSUS1900*20 June 1900 He appeared on the census on 20 June 1900 at Cincinnati, OH; Shown living with his mother with occupation of bookkeeping.5 
Employment*1901 He was employed by In 1911 his occupation was listed as Secretary with Gem Amusement Company. in 1901 at Salesman; U.S Playing Card Company, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.6 
Residence1901 He lived in 1901 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH; City directory shows family living at 570 Hale Ave from 1901 through at least 1911. It appears that he and Laura Hollmeyer may have lived with his mother and brother at 570 Hale Avenue.6 
Census*circa 1904 He appeared on the census of circa 1904 at Avondale, Cincinatti., OH
Employment1911 He was employed by Employment called "Gem Amusement Company" in 1911 at U.S Playing Card Company, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.6 
Milit-Beg*10 October 1918 He dischaged from military service on 10 October 1918 at NY Discharge from 2 year service in 9th Coast Artillery. 
CENSUS1920*1920 He was1920 census in 1920 at Queens, NY.7 
CENSUS1930*1930 He appeared on the census in 1930 at Cincinnati, OH.8 
Residence1936 He lived in 1936 at 3828 Reading Road, Avondale Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH; This home belonged to his wife's parents. It seemed strange that Laura Hollmeyer would get the house when there were two other living siblings. MVW asked Laura Steneck about this. Here is Laura's response:
Well....here's my take on the situation: Louis ups and dies, leaving his widow, Catherine and daughter Adaline to live at 3828. Now 1st child Harry August predeceased his father by 2 years (died in 1913), and the other son, George was married with 6 children when Louis died; probably had a rather large house already! So that leaves Laura & Addie. Well, believe it or not, ADDIE got the house! I don't think Laura inherited until Addie died, although Laura and Jay were living there...and Addie died at 3828. Now Addie was left quite well off when Will Cochran died, so she may have transferred 3828 to her sister, so long as she could continue to live there until her death. Addied died in 1946. She was "laid out" in the music room at 3828. I remember going over there for her "wake" with mother and daddy. LGS.6 
Residence*1948 He lived in 1948 at Cincinnati, OH; Home at 3828 Reading Rd. was torn down 1948.
3828 READING ROAD
HOLLMEYER/WOODROUGH HOME
Residence1952 He lived in 1952 at 1724 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH; 1724 Madison Rd. 
Anecdote*1979  In 1979 at Fred Woodrough Letter, Silver Spring, Montgomery County, MD, From a letter dated December 31: "Jay Woodrough was a very affable person, most enjoyable to be with and a wonderful conversationalist. He did have one fault: vulnerability to alcohol. I first met him in Los Angeles when I arrived in this country in 1930. He was visiting my Aunt Lutie Clemson, as was I. He, my uncle Howard (my father's and the Judge's brother) and I toured the Grand Canyon area that summer, but before we left on that trip, Jay disappeared from the Clemson household for about four days -- apparently on a binge. He was that type of alcoholic. At all other times, you could not find a finer gentleman. Laura was not with him on that trip so I did not get to meet her until about 1932-3, when my father and I went to Hamilton. She was a wonderful lady in every sense of the word, with firmness and gentleness. Some time later, I visited with John, your father in law, in the Reading Street house. We lived it up, but good, and I think it took all of Laura's influence to keep the family from being kicked out of one of the country clubs., (The Cincinnati Country Club?)
John and I and our dates took it upon ourselves to go swimming in the Club pool at 4 am., and in other ways to make a general nuisance of ourselves. A couple of nights later, we decided at about 2 in the morning to drive to Chicago to go to the World's Fair. We were thwarted in this attempt, and I don't recalll what the direct obstacle was unless it was a sudden discovery that we didn't have enough currency with us.
We saw Jay and Laura another time. They had moved to an apartment by then, and Jay was not well. She was the same lady as ever. Evelyn was with me by then - it must have been in the fifties. We were driving to Columbus to pick up my mother at the air port - she was flying in from Japan. In any event, John, Laura and Evelyn and myself went out to dinner at a hotel. That was the last time I saw any one of them. I did try to call John on at least one other occasion - it must have been in the early to mid sixties, but could get no answer from the number in the book. Subsequently I was told that he was in very bad health then.
There is a thing that comes to mind. With all of his fine gentlemanliness, Jay did, I think, have some bigotted thoughts. Though not much of a churchman himself, he seemed to be very anti-Catholic.
Am I correct in my recollection that your mother-in-law is Catholic and that Jay could never get over his son marrying a Catholic?"9 

Family

Laura Alma Hollmeyer b. 7 January 1880, d. 20 July 1966
MARRIAGE*12 October 1904 He married Laura Alma Hollmeyer, daughter of Louis Bernard Hollmeyer and Catherine A. Huber, on 12 October 1904 at Cincinnati, OH, The Cincinnati Enquirer (probably 1904 fall) contained the following column:
Mrs. Julia Wilson Woodrough received Thursday afternoon at her home, Hale Avenue, Avondale, in honor of her son's bride, Mrs. James Woodrough (Laura Hollmeyer) The decorations in the hall were white chrysanthemums, and in the library yellow Chrysanthemums, while the dining room, like the parlor, was in pink - roses and smilax forming the decorations. Mrs. Julia Woodrough wore a handsome toilet of lavender crepe de chine with violets at her corsage. Mrs. James Woodrough wore her wedding gown and carried pink roses. Mrs. Hollmeyer, the bride's mother, wore black satin and assisted in recieving. Miss Riedesel, Miss Andrews, Miss Kinsley and Miss Teitig, who were Mrs. Woodrough's bridesmaids, wore their pink taffeta gowns made in 1830 style and carried pink rosebuds. They were also in the receiving line. Assisting throughout the various rooms were the Misses Mougey, Miss Stell Goss, Miss Clara Bartlett, Mrs. Alber Bell, and Mrs. Edmund Townsend; File contains Bride's wedding book with original invitation, pictures and newspaper clippings.
She had a note of congratulations from Luttia M. Clemson who lived in Tarpon Springs Florida. She said, "Grandmother better and joins me in congratulations on your wedding".
Best man was Louis Woodrough and Fred Woodrough was an Usher.2,1 
Children
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Citations

  1. [S45] Wilson family, DAR papers, 1930 MVW file.
  2. [S42] "Bride's Book,."
  3. [S72] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  4. [S73] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  5. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  6. [S20] Williams, Cincinnati City Directory.
  7. [S61] 1920 Census;, Town of Forest Hills in neighborhood called Green Way South.
  8. [S518] 1930 Census;, Value of home is 35,000. which was quite a bit for the time.
  9. [S376] Letter, Jr., Fred C. Woodrough to Margot Woodrough.

John Randolph Woodrough

M, #5, b. 26 July 1909, d. 8 August 1970
Father*James (Jay) Richards Woodrough b. 24 Mar 1879, d. 13 May 1952
Mother*Laura Alma Hollmeyer b. 7 Jan 1880, d. 20 Jul 1966
RelationshipsGrandfather of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
Grandfather of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Landrum
De Calmes
PETER LANDRUM
SIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
JOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
ReferenceA-2
Christeningcirca 1909 John Randolph Woodrough was christened circa 1909 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH
Birth*26 July 1909 He was born on 26 July 1909 at Cincinnati, OH
 He was the son of James (Jay) Richards Woodrough and Laura Alma Hollmeyer
MARRIAGE*23 November 1935 He married Jane Ashton Blakely, daughter of Stephens Laurie Blakely and Jane DeValcourt Stamps Piatt, on 23 November 1935 at Rectory Blessed Sacrament Church, Fort Mitchell, Kenton County, KY, Here is the description of her wedding:"The bride, who inherited the beauty for which the women of her mother's family - the Richardsons were noted, was never lovlier than in her wedding gown, which was worn by the groom's aunt, Mrs. W.F. Cochran, on her wedding day in 1898. It was deep ivory satin brocade fashioned with lace on tiny ruffles that outlined the bottom of the skirt and train. A tight separate bodice with long shirred sleeves and draped about the neck and shoulders with an exquisite Brussels lace bertha. She carried a bouquet of cream gardenias and valley lillies. It took place at Blessed Sacrament Rectory.1 
Divorce*May 1966 He and Jane Ashton Blakely were divorced in May 1966 at Cincinnati, OH; Copy of divorce filed in Kenton Circuit Court as well. At the time John lived at 1724 Madison Road in Cincinati. 
Probatecirca 1970 His estate was probated circa 1970 at Cincinnati, OH
Death*8 August 1970 He died on 8 August 1970 at Cincinnati, OH, at age 61. 
Burial*11 August 1970 He was buried on 11 August 1970 at Spring Grove Cemetery; Sec 113 Lot 6, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, There is no marker on his grave. Spring Grove Cemetery; Sec 113 Lot 6.2 
Graduation*6 June 1930 He was graduated on 6 June 1930 at The Irving School, Tarrytown, Westchester, NY; Inside commencement invitation for The Irving School was a newspaper clipping with no date that reads as follows: John R. Woodrough, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Woodrough, has accepted an important position in England. He sailed Friday on the S.S. Mauretania. Mr. Woodrough will go to Peterborough after landing in England. He expects to be away from this country for several years. This event must have happened right after graduation. Commencement invitation in MVW file. 
Residence*1936 He lived in 1936 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.3 
ILLNESS*6 July 1967 He was ill with Went to Salvation Army July 6, 1967. Eventually died there. on 6 July 1967. 

Family

Jane Ashton Blakely b. 20 December 1909, d. 29 September 2004
MARRIAGE*23 November 1935 He married Jane Ashton Blakely, daughter of Stephens Laurie Blakely and Jane DeValcourt Stamps Piatt, on 23 November 1935 at Fort Mitchell, KY, Here is the description of her wedding:"The bride, who inherited the beauty for which the women of her mother's family - the Richardsons were noted, was never lovlier than in her wedding gown, which was worn by the groom's aunt, Mrs. W.F. Cochran, on her wedding day in 1898. It was deep ivory satin brocade fashioned with lace on tiny ruffles that outlined the bottom of the skirt and train. A tight separate bodice with long shirred sleeves and draped about the neck and shoulders with an exquisite Brussels lace bertha. She carried a bouquet of cream gardenias and valley lillies. It took place at Blessed Sacrament Rectory.1 
Divorce*May 1966 He and Jane Ashton Blakely were divorced in May 1966 at Cincinnati, OH; Copy of divorce filed in Kenton Circuit Court as well. At the time John lived at 1724 Madison Road in Cincinati. 
Child
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Citations

  1. [S77] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S70] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  3. [S20] Williams, Cincinnati City Directory.

Joseph Woodrough

M, #17, b. 5 March 1813, d. 9 June 1889
Woodrough Home
Father*Joseph Woodrough1 b. c 1780
Mother*Sarah Dodd1 b. c 1780
Relationships3rd great-grandfather of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
3rd great-grandfather of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
ReferenceA-16
Birth*5 March 1813 Joseph Woodrough was born on 5 March 1813 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.2,1,3 
 He was the son of Joseph Woodrough and Sarah Dodd.1 
Christening29 March 1813 He was christened on 29 March 1813 at St. Philips, Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwick, England; St. Philips was originally called St. Martin's church. 
MARRIAGE*7 September 1845 He married Agnes Moreman, daughter of Richard Moreman and Mary Richards, on 7 September 1845 at Arlington (West Cambridge), Middlesex, MA, Joseph Woodrough and Agnes Moreman published intention of marriage Sept. 7, 1845. Apparently they did not know one another in England and both immigrated independently before 1845. The population of West Cambridge was 1,363 in 1848 making a meeting rather easy. 
Death*9 June 1889 He died on 9 June 1889 at Woburn, Middlesex, MA, at age 76 Joseph's will is recorded in Hamilton Co. Ohio. 1893 but his death was recorded in the Woburn Massachusetts death records.4 
Obituary13 June 1889  On 13 June 1889 at Hamilton County, OH, Joseph's obituary appeared in the Hamilton Telegraph on Thursday, June 13, 1889: "--Grandfather Joseph Woodrough, one of the best known men in this county, died last night in Boston, Mass., in the 77th year of his age. Death was occasioned by a general letting down of the system. Mr. Woodrough formerly resided in this city, and at the time of his death was still a large property owner here. The burial will be in Boston and the relatives in this city will attend."

 
Probate*27 January 1893 His estate was probated on 27 January 1893 at Hamilton Co., OH Probate Ct., Hamilton County, OH, Box #93 Case # 39168 gives residence as Montvale, MA. No executor listed, but lists beneficiaries as Agnes, Horace W., James R, Mrs. R.W. Clemson, Herbert H and Rufus L. Woodrough. The will was sent to Hamilton Probate Court for record:...a paper writing purporting to be an authenticated copy of the last will and testament of Joseph Woodrough late of Middlesex County and State of Massachusetts deceased, was this day presented for record, clothed in the words and figures following, to wit:
Whereas I, Joseph Woodrough of Montvale in the State of Massachusetts have sold and conveyed to Louis Duhme of the city of Cincinnati Ohio and to Rufus L. Woodrough of the city of Chicago Illinois each the one half of my interest in the business stocks, credits? machinery, goods, chattels; stocks, promissory notes, property and effects of the firm of Woodrough and McParlin now doing business in the City of Cincinnati State of Ohio, and in the perpetual leasehold estate on the southeast corner of Sixth and Hoadly streets in said city of Cincinnati upon which the place of business and manufactory now stands for the sum of twenty three thousand dollars and whereas the said sum of twenty three thousand dollars represents about or nearly my entire estate remaining after having made provision for my two sons Horace M. Woodrough and James R. Woodrough, now therefore I the said Joseph Woodrough being of lawful age and sound and disposing mind and memory do make the following disposition of my estate. I direct that after my death my wife Agnes Woodrough shall have the use of the income of said twenty three thousand dollars or so much thereof as shall remain at the time of my death as also the increased income if any during her lifetime. Upon the death of my said wife I give the said sum of twenty three thousand dollar or so much thereof as shall remain at the time of my death and any increase thereof to my daughter Mrs. R. W. Clemson, my son Herbert H Woodrough and my son Rufus L. Woodrough share and share alike. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of March in the year 1889. Witness B. W. Nichols, Thomas M. Larkin and E.B Thomson.4


 
EMAIL*2004  In 2004 Laura Steneck made an educated guess about the early Woodrough family: Henshaw & Woodrough. Here is what I have "discovered" so far: There were 3 handsaw makers (factories?) in BIRMINGHAM, England. There had been others, but they had gone out of business before Woodrough, Clemson or Henshaw were born) Richard William Henshaw married Ann Hyde (his father was Thomas and mother was Maria) on 17th June 1829 at St. Martin's, BIRMINGHAM, WARWICKSHIRE ENGLAND! (He was abt. 29 years old.) (Wm. Clemson born May, 1821 Sutton Coldfield, WARWICKSHIRE ENGLAND) Christened at BIRMINGHAM. (Jos. Woodrough born Mar. 1813, BIRMINGHAM, WARWICKSHIRE ENGLAND) Richard & Ann Henshaw, with son Frederick (age 5) immigrate to the US on 10 Sept. 1841, aboard the ship "England", landing at the port of New York. (Woodrough immigrated about 1843) (Clemson immigrated abt 1842) 1844 (?) Woodrough & Clemson leave Welch & Griffiths and establish "Woodrough & Clemson" (Woodrough being older, named first) April 17, 1848 an ad appears in the Bangor, Maine Daily Whig & Courier: "Henshaw & Woodrough" 36 Congress St. Boston. (Henshaw being older, thus named first) 1850 Census, Richard and Ann Henshaw living in Boston. (Joseph Woodrough & William Clemson living in West Cambridge)
1854 an ad appears in the Scientific American Journal: "Machine Ground Circular Saws (patent applied for). Mill men would do well to try these saws, are perfectly free from thin or thick places, can be used thinner and with less sett. and run faster than any other hitherto made. All diameters and thicknesses warranted perfectly true. HENSHAW & CLEMSON, 31 Exchange St., Boston" (Henshaw being older, thus named first. Did Clemson take over Woodrough? or did Woodrough sell his partnership?) 1860 Richard & Ann Henshaw still living in Boston; Woodrough in Hamilton Ohio; Clemson in Orange Co., New York.
There has to be a connection back in the old country! All of these former partners grew up in BIRMINGHAM, WARWICKSHIRE, ENGLAND! Charles Griffiths (of Welch & Griffiths) was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire England 28 June, 1808 and christened at St. Martins, BIRMINGHAM, WARWICKSHIRE ENGLAND,lived and died in West Cambridge, Mass.???? No wonder Clemson and Woodrough both got jobs at Welch & Griffiths! Clemsom's date of arrival in the US ( as well as Woodrough's) has not been established positively! Clemson's date was taken from the history of the Clemson's in the Ontario & Western magazine (copied from files in Tarpon Springs, Fl) I know for a fact that Amelia Wright, parents and siblings arrived in the US June 13, 1842 and it is said that Clemson "followed her"..guessing he also arrived in 1842/43. Henshaw, Clemson, Griffiths and Woodrough are all connected in Warwickshire England!
Joseph Woodrough PROBABLY arrived either late 1842 or early 1843, and went to work for Welch & Griffiths (saw makers) as soon as he arrived. Chas. Griffiths, after all, was christened at the same church as Woodrough (Clemson & Henshaw) so W & G PROBABLY provided jobs for men who came from their parish (hometown) in England! Welch & Griffiths was established in 1830 (according to an ad, which said "since 1830") Have not yet discovered Welch's first name, but did find Griffiths. Now, Amelia (married Clemson) came over in 1842 (June 13th, to be exact) and Wm. Clemson supposedly followed her..... so he PROBABLY arrived late 1842, early 1843 also! (Imagine that! Wm. Clemson was chasing a 15 year old girl!!!!! And he an "older" man of 21!) Now Richard HENSHAW, another member in this tangle, immigrated on Sept. 10, 1841. (joins in partnership with Woodrough, took over the Sutton Hdwe. Co. which becomes Henshaw & Woodrough sometime before or during 1848) Nothing available online about old companies and when they began and ended. Such a list would be useful! LGS. 
Employment1843 He was employed by He worked at Welch and Griffith hand saw manufactory in Arlington Massachusetts.
Here are some miscellaneous notes from Laura Steneck that might be useful for further research.
1799 March 25th - Richard William Henshaw christened at St. Martin's, Birmingham Eng.
1808 Oct. 25th - Charles Griffiths (Welch & Griffiths) christened-St. Martins, Birmingham
1813 March 29th - Joseph Woodrough christened at St. Martins, Birmingham
1821 July 8th - William Clemson christened at St. Martins, Birmingham
Richard Henshaw married Ann Hyde 17 June 1829 at St. Martins, Birmingham
immigrated to US Sept. 10, 1841 - arriving in New York aboard the ship "England"
Welch & Griffiths started in 1830
Woodrough & Clemson in 1844 both Woodrough & Clemson married in 1845
Henshaw & Woodrough ad appeared in 1848
Henshaw & Clemson ad appeared in 1855
Clemson moved to NY in 1860
Bangor (Maine) Daily Whig and Courier, April 17, 1848 an ad appeared HENSHAW & WOODROUGH......for cast steel saws
1850 Census - Walter Welch age 74 living in Boston, ward 61
R. W. Henshaw, age 50 living in Boston, ward 61
William Clemson, age 29, living in W. Cambridge
Joseph Woodrough, age 34, living in W. Cambridge
Charles Griffiths, age 40 living in W. Cambridge
Welch & Griffiths 48 Congress St. Boston in 1856
62 Congress St., Boston in 1855
Henshaw & Woodrough 36 Congress St., Boston in 1848 in 1843 at Welch and Griffith, Arlington (West Cambridge), Middlesex, MA
Employment1845  He left Welch and Griffith and formed partnership with William Clemson in a company called Woodrough and Clemson. An advertisement in the April 17th 1848 Bangor Daily Whig and courier reads" Henshaw and Woodrough (succesors to Fulton H.W. Co.) manufacture of warrented cast steel saws of every description, wholesale and retail. 36 Congress Street Boston. In the MAINE Court Records, both men were plaintiffs; cause: to collect debt owed to company. Washington County District Court, February 1844 - with William Welch filing again in Feb. 1845! Both men gave residence as Boston, Mass.

Henshaw was Richard William Henshaw who married Ann Hude on June 17th 1829 at St. Martin's Birmingham, Warwickshire England. He and wife with a five year old son named Frederick landed at the port of new York September 10 1841 arriving aboard the ship "England. Henshaw later partnered with Clemson. They continued to live in Boston and their sons took over the saw business. in 1845 at Arlington (West Cambridge), MA.
WOODROUGH POND
WOODROUGH POND LOCATION IN MASSACHUSETTS
CENSUS1850*6 September 1850 He appeared on the CENSUS on 6 September 1850 at West Cambridge, MA; He is shown living with his family and two young men both of whom are shown as sawmakers. It appears that Joseph came to the United States already well-trained in his business and rented rooms to employees, Howard Nash and Duncan Mc Farland. The Woodrough home was not far from the Clemson/Wright home.

From the small shop in West Cambridge, the business was moved in 1852 to Woburn, where it occupied the old factory of the Goodyear Rubber Company. A year later Mr. Woodrough withdrew from the firm and the name became Henshaw & Clemson.5 
Employment*1854  In 1854 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, He was a partner at Woodrough and McParlin making saws. The Centennial Review of Cincinnati gives an interesting account of the Woodrough and McParlin Company saying: They are manufacturer of saws, plastering trowels etc. located on the S.E. corner of 6th and Hoadly St. "This house was the first to engage exclusively in the manufacturer of saws in the west. It was established in 1854. Located in a five story building they employeed 150-175 skilled operatives. The speciality of the house is a process for tempering saws and plastering trowels which has gained for the manufacturer both reputation and sale. They trade with all states of the union and a flourishing branch has been established at 19 Lake Street in Chicago. Among the prominent manufactureres of Cincinnatti, this house stands without a superior and has been for many years noted for its enterprise and consistent prudent management.6,7
BUSINESS*1857 He was in business in 1857 at Hamilton, Butler County, OH; According to "A Concise History of Hamilton, Ohio", Stephen D. Cone - 1901- pg.306: In 1857, Joseph Woodrough, Michael McParlin and Henry C. Dunn, under the firm name of Woodrough, McParlin & Dunn, opened a saw factory on the upper hydraulic, in the old cotton mill building. At this date they employed twenty hands and manufactured saws to the amount of $20,000. per annum. Late in the sixties the establishment was removed to Cincinnati." 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at Butler County, OH; The census shows the Woodrough family living with three people who were likely boarders: Richard Smith, 20 a saw maker born in England, Thomas Bowe, 18, saw maker born in England and Marja Bryan, 23 a female born in Massachusetts. A neighbor, Mr. Hammill (from Ireland), also housed a number of saw makers and machinists from England, all in their 20s.8 
Biography*1862  In 1862 he started his business in Worchester Massachusetts and later moved to Hamilton, Ohio and from there to Cincinnati. His family lived next door to the Beckett Paper Company in Hamilton, Ohio in what Judge Woodrough (his grandson) called "a little cottage."9 
City Direc1862  In 1862 at Cincinnati, OH, there was a listing in the Cincinnati City Directory - pg.341: Woodrough, Joseph [Woodrough & McParlin] res. Hamilton, O. Woodrough & McParlin [Joseph W. Michael Mc P. & Henry C. Dunn] Manufacturers of Patent Ground Saws, 10 W. 2d. 
City Direc1863  In 1863 at Cincinnati, OH, there is a listing in the Cincinnati City Directory - pg. 360:Woodrough, Joseph [W. & McParlin] res. Hamilton Woodrough & McParlin [Joseph W., Michael P. & Henry C. Dunn] saw manuf. 10 W. 2d. 
PATENT*23 July 1864 He received a patent on 23 July 1864 at Cincinnati, OH; In the middle of the 19th century Joseph was granted a number of patents for saws. Here are two of them:54827 - Joseph - Saw Teeth 61014 - Martin & Woodrough (Joseph) - Saw Teeth.10 
City Direc*1868  In 1868 at Middlesex, MA, he is shown on the city directory; The city directory for Middlesex Massachusetts lists a saw manufacturer named Henshaw and Co. at the location of the later Woodrough Company at Railroad St, East Woburn. A Google search turned up a reference to Woodrough Pond (historical) Middlesex County Massachusetts MA Latitude: 42.472222 N Longitude: 71.138889 W Lexington Quadrangle, it seems that the pond (now gone) was once the source of water that flowed down a mill race to power the saw making machinery.11 
CENSUS1870*1870 He appeared on the census in 1870 at Hamilton, Butler-St Clair Township, OH.12 
LOCATIOND*1871  In 1871 at Cincinnati, OH, Woodrough and Mc Parlin was located at #12 and # 14 West 2nd St. in Cincinnati. 
City Direc1874  In 1874 at MA the saw manufacturer now called Woodrough and Co. at Railroad St in East Woburn. A map also shows the J. Woodrough residence.11
Note*1875  The precise location of the Woodrough Massachusetts factory was discovered on an old area map. Apparently, there was a pond known as Woodrough Pond that sent water down a mill race to drive the manufacturing equipment. in 1875 at MA.13
WOODROUGH POND
WOODROUGH POND TODAY
City Direc1877  In 1877 at MA it appears there are two saw makers at same location. First is called Clemson and Co. and the second is Woodrough. D. McFarlane is with the Clemson firm, and he later joined Woodrough in Cincinnati. Also Joseph is listed as a voter in Woburn.11 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Cincinnati, OH.14,15 
Residence1880 He lived in 1880 at 621 Freeman St., Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.16 
City Direc1883  In 1883 at Montvale, Middlesex, MA, The Massachusetts Woodrough Company is no longer listed. The saw company is now called Clemson and Company. The location is the same, but the street name changed from Railroad to Montvale Ave.11 
City Direc1886 He was in city directory in 1886 at MA; There is a saw company now called Woodrough and Clemson located on Montvale Ave. This is likely Herbert H. Woodrough now in business with Richard W. Clemson. Both men would eventually build large winter homes in Tarpon Springs Florida. The Clemson home remains in Tarpon Springs in 2006. The Woodrough home was torn down.11 
Will*19 March 1889 He left a will on 19 March 1889 at Montvale, MA, Whereas I, Joseph Woodrough of Montvale in the State of Massachusetts have sold and conveyed to Louis Duhme of the city of Cincinnati Ohio and to Rufus L. Woodrough of the city of Chicago Illinois each the one half of my interest in the business stocks, credits? machinery, goods, chattels; stocks, promissory notes, property and effects of the firm of Woodrough and McParlin now doing business in the City of Cincinnati State of Ohio, and in the perpetual leasehold estate on the southeast corner of Sixth and Hoadly streets in said city of Cincinnati upon which the place of business and manufactory now stands for the sum of twenty three thousand dollars and whereas the said sum of twenty three thousand dollars represents about or nearly my entire estate remaining after having made provision for my two sons Horace M. Woodrough and James R. Woodrough, now therefore I the said Joseph Woodrough being of lawful age and sound and disposing mind and memory do make the following disposition of my estate. I direct that after my death my wife Agnes Woodrough shall have the use of the income of said twenty three thousand dollars or so much thereof as shall remain at the time of my death as also the increased income if any during her lifetime. Upon the death of my said wife I give the said sum of twenty three thousand dollar or so much thereof as shall remain at the time of my death and any increase thereof to my daughter Mrs. R. W. Clemson, my son Herbert H Woodrough and my son Rufus L. Woodrough share and share alike. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of March in the year 1889. Witness B. W. Nichols, Thomas M. Larkin and E.B Thomson. 
NEWSPAPER*1892  In 1892 at NY there was a newspaper account telling how the National Saw Company was formed; 1892 - Olean Democrat, Olean New York, February 4, 1892:
"THE SAW TRUST - How it Prevents Foreign Competition and Disposes of Its Surplus The movement which brought about the consolidation of all of the concerns making saws in the United States, was begun nearly two years ago. The first step taken was the consolidation of the Wheeler, Madden & Clemson Manufacturing company, and the Monhagen Steel works, both at Middletown, New York; the Woodrough & Clemson company, of Boston, and the Woodrough & McParlin company, of Cincinnati, into one corporation under the name of the National Saw company. It was believed at the time, and it was so announced to the trade that this combination was to be independent of all others, and would compete vigorously with the latter. When, however, the Disstons, of Philadelphia, had secured control of the Richardson Saw company, of Newark, N. J., and several other smaller companies, it was found that they were the organizers of the National Saw company, also, and that they had thus gained control of all the factories of any importance in the United States. 
Residence*27 January 1893  On 27 January 1893 at Montvale, MA; A Mrs. P(R?).W. Clemson was shown living with the family. No mention of wife. (I do not know what this means.) Found this residence information at Largo FL Lib 1997. 
Biography2004  In 2004 Laura Steneck created a timeline of the family that might be useful for further research: Laura Steneck Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 10:08 AM To: Margot Wodrough Subject: RE: Joseph2 Narrative
IGI file-FamilySearch:
JOSEPH WOODROFFE
Male
Event(s):
Birth: 05 MAR 1813
Christening: 29 MAR 1813 Saint Phillips, Birmingham, Warwick, England
Parents:
Father: JOSEPH WOODROFFE
Mother: SARAH Dodd
1843 worked at Welch & Griffith, hand saw manufactory in Arlington, Mass
The article about Clemsons in the Ontario & Western Railway Historical Society Mag. "The Observer".
1845 left Welch & Griffith and formed partnership with William Clemson. Company was called Woodrough & Clemson.
April 17, 1848 advertisement in Bangor Daily Whig and Courier reads: "HENSHAW & WOODROUGH (successors to Fulton H. W. Co.) manufacture of warrented CAST STEEL SAWS of every description, wholesale and retail. 36 Congress Street, Boston"
1850 Census, W. Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Mass. pg. 345B:
Joseph Woodrough 34 m Occ: Saw Maker Nativity: England
Agnes " 31 f "
Horace W. 4 m ! ! Mass.
James R. 2 m "
Howard Nash 21 m Saw Maker "
Duncan McFarland 31 m ! ;&! nbsp; Saw Maker ; & nbsp; Scotland
Woburn.  

Family

Agnes Moreman b. March 1817, d. 14 October 1912
MARRIAGE*7 September 1845 He married Agnes Moreman, daughter of Richard Moreman and Mary Richards, on 7 September 1845 at Arlington (West Cambridge), MA, Joseph Woodrough and Agnes Moreman published intention of marriage Sept. 7, 1845. Apparently they did not know one another in England and both immigrated independently before 1845. The population of West Cambridge was 1,363 in 1848 making a meeting rather easy. 
Children
Last Edited17 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  3. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, (While the death record from the town of Woburn Massachusetts does not give the name of parents, states that he died of heart failure at the age of 76 years, 3 months and 4 days. This information confirms what was found in the I.G.I file that listed his parents.).
  4. [S458] Lois E. Hughes, Hamilton County Wills.
  5. [S621] By William Richard Cutter, Middlesex County Massachusetts.
  6. [S20] Williams, Cincinnati City Directory.
  7. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, The Centenial Review of Cincinnatti, J.W. Leonard 1888 p.47.
  8. [S54] 1860 Census;, Ohio: Butler Co: 3rd Ward-Hamilton: Indexed Page 916 (Original Page 172): Lines 10-19
    Enumerated on August 1, 1860
    Dewlling 1197, Family 1294
    Joseph Woodrough, 42, m., Saw Manufactory, b. England
    Agnes Woodrough, 40, f., b. England
    Horrace Woodrough, 14, m., b. MA, attended school in past year
    James Woodrough,12, m., b. MA, attended school in past year
    Herbert Woodrough, 4, m., b. OH
    Rufus Woodrough, 2, m., b. OH.
  9. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, According to information supplied by Judge Joseph Woodrough and also from the City Directory for Cincinnati, Oh 1862-1864.
  10. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN JOURNAL
    Published in New York, New York
    by Munn and Co.
    July 23, 1864 Vol. 11, Issue 4, page 54:
    CORRESPONDENCE
    "The Way Saws are Straightened"
    Messrs Editors: Permit me to correct your reply to "P. D. G. of New York" on page 13, current volume of the Scientific American. The writer, as well as other members of our firm, is a practical sawmaker. Circular saws, 6 by 12 inches face, slightly convex, are straightened on an anvil by hammers weighing from 8 to 10 lbs. One hammer is used for this purpose which is called the "cross faced hammer". It strikes a blow one inch long and three-sixteenths of an inch wide. With it we work on the high places and twists of the plate. The other we term the "round-faced hammer", which makes a blow in shape and size of a five-cent silver coin (if you can recollect that!), to stretch the steel in whatever way needed to stiffen (straighten?) the saw after being buckled. There is such a machine as you describe, used by Waterman of Brooklyn, N. Y., to chill saw plates, after which he straightens them as above.               Woodrough, McParlin & Dunn
    Cincinnati, Ohio     July 9, 1864
    June 9, 1866, Vol. 14, Issue 22, page 370
    "Patent Claims Issued From U. S. Patent Office for the week ending May 15, 1866"
    #54,827--Saw-- Joseph WOODROUGH, Hamilton, Ohio, assignor to Woodrough & McParlin, Cincinnati, Ohio: I claim the counter sunk or imbedded gibs, E, employed in combination with the teeth, B C', substantially as and for the purpose set forth.
    June 23, 1866, Vol. 14, Issue 26, page 436
         (Advertisement)
    SAWS!     SAWS!     SAWS!
         WOODROUGH & McPARLIN
         Manufacturers of
         PATENT GROUND SAWS
    Dealers in files, gummers, belting, etc.
    OLD SAWS REPAIRED PROMPTLY
    Works, Hamilton, Ohio
    Warehouse, No. 10 West Second Street,
         Cincinnati, Ohio

    Jan. 26, 1867, Vol. 16, Issue 4, page 63
    "Patent Claims Issued From the U. S. Patent Office for week ending Jan. 8, 1866"
    #61,014 -- SAWS -- A. C. Martin and J. Woodrough, Hamilton, Ohio:
    Inserting the saw tooth in its seat by moving it toward the periphery or edge of saw and securing it in place by the means, substantially as specified.


    Nov. 16, 1867, Vol. 17, Issue 20, page 318
         (Advertisement)
    FOR SALE CHEAP - A fifty-six inch inserted tooth circular saw, made by Woodrough & McParlin, Cincinnati, Ohio
              H. A. & S. G. WIGHT, Detroit, Mich.


    April 3, 1869, Vol. 20, Issue 14, page 220
         Business and Personals
    ETCHING ON SAW BLADES - A cheap and rapid process wanted, to take the place of stamping name etc. Must be small and neat throughout, and duplicate of each other.     Woodrough & McParlin
                   Cincinnati, Ohio.

    April 10, 1869, Vol. 20, Issue 15, page 236
         Business and Personals
         (same ad as above).
  11. [S505] Coleen Couture,, "Woburn Public Library," e-mail to MVW, Jan 28-2003.
  12. [S55] 1870 Census;, Joseph, head, 56, Prop. of Saw Factory
    Agnes, wife, 53
    James R., 22 saw maker
    Herbert H., 14, att. school
    Rufus L., 12, att. school
    Lula M., 8, att. school
    Prop. $14,000. Pers. $25,000.

    1870 > Ohio > BUTLER > 3-WD HAMILTON Series: M593
    Roll:
    1176 Page: 115
    Joseph Woodrough Head
    Cannot make out occupation
    56 yrs old
    Bn: England
    Property: 14,000.
    Pers: 25,000.

    Agnes Wife
    53 yrs old
    Keeping House
    Bn: England

    James
    Son
    22 yrs old
    Bn: Massachusetts

    Hubert
    Son
    14 yrs old
    School
    Bn: Ohio

    Rufus
    Son
    12 yrs old
    School
    Bn: Oh

    Lula
    Daughter
    8 yrs old
    Bn: Oh
    Catherine Wagner
    Domestic Servent
    24 yrs old
    Bn: Bavaria.
  13. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, The Geographic Reference Library of American Genealogical Gazetteer lists: "Woodrough Pond (Historical) Lake in County of Middlesex in MA. Also mentioned in 1875 and 1889 Atlas of Middlesex County.
  14. [S56] 1880 Census;, Census Place:     23rd Ward, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio
         Source:     FHL Film 1255029 National Archives Film T9-1029 Page 195C
         Relation     Sex     Marr     Race     Age     Birthplace
    Joseph WOODRINGH     Self     M     M     W     67     ENG
         Occ:     Saw Mfr.     Fa: ENG     Mo: ENG
    Agnes WOODRINGH     Wife     F     M     W     63     ENG
         Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: ENG     Mo: ENG
    Herbert WOODRINGH     Son     M     M     W     24     OH
         Occ:     Traveling Agent     Fa: ENG     Mo: ENG
    Lula WOODRINGH     DauL     F     M     W     23     MA
                   Fa: MA     Mo: MA
    Rufus Lee WOODRINGH     Son     M     S     W     22     OH
         Occ:     Traveling Agent     Fa: ENG     Mo: ENG
    Lutie M. WOODRINGH     Dau     F     S     W     18     OH
                   Fa: ENG     Mo: ENG.
  15. [S548] Margaret V. Woodrough, 2000-, The Woodrough family was listed under an incorrect spelling WOODRINGH;.
  16. [S536] Williams, Joseph and his two sons who were living at home according to the censusare shown in this directory.

Joseph Woodrough1,2

M, #3765, b. circa 1780
Relationships4th great-grandfather of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
4th great-grandfather of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*circa 1780 Joseph Woodrough was born circa 1780.2 
MARRIAGE*4 February 1800 He married Sarah Dodd on 4 February 1800 at St. Peter's, Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwick, England,
A Topographical Dictionary of England by Samuel Lewis published in 1831 says: ASTON, a parish in the Birmingham division of the hundred of HEMLINGFORD, county of WARWICK, 2¼ miles (N.E. by E.) from Birmingham, containing, with the chapelries of Deritend, Bordesley and Erdington, 19,189 inhabitants. The living is a vicarage, in the archdeaconry of Coventry, and diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, rated in the king's books at £21. 4. 9½. The Rev. G. Peak was patron in 1823. The church, dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, has a handsome tower and spire in the later style of English architecture, with other parts of an earlier date, but much modernized: the chancel contains some altartombs with effigies. The Birmingham and Fazeley canal passes through this parish. In 1820 a chapel in the later style of English architecture was erected at Bordesley, at an expense of £12,722. 15. 6. by subscription of the inhabitants, aided by a grant from the parliamentary commissioners, and, in 1822, another was erected at Erdington, at the expense of £5657. 11. solely by grant of the commissioners.2 
Name Variation1800  As of 1800, Joseph Woodrough was also known as Joseph Woodroffe All of the U.S family spell the name Woodrough. However all of the English spellings show Woodroffe.2 
Occupation*1818 According to Wrightson's Triennial Directory for 1818 Joseph Woodroffe was a butcher who was located on Livery Street in Birmingham. in 1818 at Butcher, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England

Family

Sarah Dodd b. circa 1780
Children
Last Edited20 May 2008

Citations

  1. In contemporary records the name was spelled Woodroffe.
  2. [S522] International Genealogical Index (IGI).

Joseph William Woodrough

M, #172, b. 29 August 1873, d. October 1977
Father*Horace William Woodrough b. 18 Jun 1847
Mother*Sarah Beckett b. 21 Oct 1849, d. 15 Apr 1898
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 3 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsJOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*29 August 1873 Joseph William Woodrough was born on 29 August 1873. 
 He was the son of Horace William Woodrough and Sarah Beckett
MARRIAGE*1900 He married Ella Bonner Beckett in 1900.1 
Burial*1977 He was buried in 1977 at Omaha, NE, Buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha, Neb. 
Death*October 1977 He died in October 1977 at Chicago, IL, at age 104. 
Biography*  JUDGE WOODROUGH DIES AT 104
Judge Joseph W. Woodrough (CA—8), the oldest living member of the federal judiciary, died recently in Chicago after serving for forty five years as first a federal district judge and later, as a member of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Known as "the walking judge" because of his habit of walking up to five miles each day, Judge Woodrough began his career when he was admitted to the Texas Bar at age 20 in 1894. A year later, he was elected a Texas state judge. Following his term as a state judge, he served as County Attorney of Ward County, Texas until 1897 when he returned to Nebraska to practice law until his appointment to the federal trial bench in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson. When he took his oath on April 4. 1916, he became the youngest federal judge in the nation. In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him to the Eighth Circuit Court of AppeaIs. During his service he dealt with such diverse cases as the enforcement of the Volstead Act in the 1920’s, the sentencing of the "Birdman of Alcatraz", Robert Stroud, and the desegregation of the Little Rock, Arkansas public schools in 1956. After his nearly half a century of service on the bench. Judge Woodrough retired from active service in 1961. (Do a Google search and you will find dozens of references to the Judge). 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Covington, Kenton County, KY.2 
Employment1891  In 1891 Howard and (Joseph) William Woodrough (children of Horace and Sarah Beckett Woodrough) traveled to France in 1891 and returned 31 Aug. 1891, listing their occupation on the ship's list as "merchant", their ages as 20 & 18. Could they have been traveling for Woodrough & McParlin??? (LWS). 
Employment*1970 He was employed in 1970 at Attorney, Chicago, IL

Family

Ella Bonner Beckett d. 14 April 1962
MARRIAGE*1900 He married Ella Bonner Beckett in 1900.1 
Last Edited29 Jul 2014

Citations

  1. [S518] 1930 Census;.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.