Woodruffs at home. Niagara-on-the-Lake family revives personal history
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Niagara Falls Review (Niagara Falls, Ontario. Canada), 2 May 1994
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Woodruffs at home. Niagara-on-the-Lake family revives personal history


Article about Woodbourne house written by Carolyn Mullin and published by Niagara Falls Review, a community newspaper. Woodbourne house is one of several Woodruff houses in the village of St. Davids (Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake). The original Georgian wing of the house was built in 1839 by William Woodruff (1793-1860), a merchant and political figure in Upper Canada. Black and white newspaper photograph of the house interior with a caption: "The Woodburne House, meaning woodstream and named after the Four Mile Creek which bubbles nearby, has been fully restored in the Georgian wing. After five generations of Woodruff ownership, Bruce Woodruff (centre) has brought his family here, including daughters Liz (left) and Catherine, to restore the family homestead."