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American Silversmiths

Timothy Woodruff
(1715-1798)
Elizabeth Parsons
(1712-1776)
Enos Woodruff
(1749-1821)
Charity Ogden
(1753-1828)
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Enos Woodruff
(1780-1842)

 

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Enos Woodruff

  • Born: 3 Dec 1780, Elizabethtown NJ
  • Died: 1842

  General notes:

Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked before 1813 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Elizabeth NJ 5
  • He was a partner in 1813 with Robert Best in Cincinnati OH as BEST & WOODRUFF, having bought out the interest of Jacob Deterly. Deterly rejoined the firm in 1815, becoming BEST, WOODRUFF & DETERLY. Best retired in 1817 and the name changed to WOODRUFF & DETERLY. 5

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  • He was a partner from 1815 to 1817 with Robert Best & Jacob Deterly in Cincinnati OH as R. BEST & Co.

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  • He was a partner from circa 1817 to 1819 with Jacob Deterly in Cincinnati OH as WOODRUFF & DETERLY.

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  • Advertised in the Western Spy, 19 Nov 1817, for WOODRUFF & DETERLY.
  • Advertised in the Liberty Hall (Cincinnati OH), 24 Nov 1817, for the firm WOODRUFF & DETERLY, noting their location on the East side of Main street, opposite Samuel Lowery's Store. They offered ". . . gold and silver watches from England . . . and had for sale almost every article of Silver Ware and kept to hand a large assortment of Jewelry." 5
  • He worked from 1821 to 1827 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Cincinnati OH listed in the 1825 city directory at 58 Main Street. 5

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  • Advertised in the Western Spy, 7 Apr 1821, announcing the dissolution of WOODRUFF & DETERLY.
  • He was a partner from 1827 to 1834 with George L. White in Cincinnati OH as WOODRUFF & WHITE, with a shop at 58 Main Street. 5

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  • Advertised: 1827. For WOODRUFF & WHITE.

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  • Advertised in the Saturday Evening Chronicle (Cincinnati OH), 24 Nov 1827, for WOODRUFF & WHITE.



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