Author talk:Charles Eveleigh Woodruff

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Name: Charles Eveleigh Woodruff
Birth - Death: 1855-
Source Citation:

  • Who Was Who among English and European Authors, 1931-1949. Based on entries which first appeared in The Author's and Writer's Who's Who and Reference Guide, originally compiled by Edward Martell and L.G. Pine, and in Who's Who among Living Authors of Older Nations, originally compiled by Alberta Lawrence. Three volumes. Detroit: Gale Research, 1978. (WhE&EA)
  • Who's Who among Living Authors of Older Nations. Covering the literary activities of living authors and writers of all countries of the world except the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, Newfoundland, the Philippine Islands, the West Indies, and Central America. Volume 1, 1931-1932. Edited by A. Lawrence. Los Angeles: Golden Syndicate Publishing Co., 1931. (WhoLA)
  • Birth

Births Mar 1856
WOODRUFF Charles Eveleigh Milton 2a 597

  • Marriage

Marriages Sep 1879
Woodruff Charles Eveleigh Croydon 2a 281

  • Death

Deaths Mar 1948
Woodruff Charles E. 92 Canterbury 5b 254

Librarian Canterbury Cathedral[edit]

1907–1948 Charles Eveleigh Woodruff (1855–1948) appointed as Honorary Librarian (Deputy Librarian 1909–1918). [Ramsay 401][1]

Crockford's Clerical Directory, 1932[edit]

WOODRUFF, Charles Eveleigh.—Or. Coll. Ox. B.A. (3rd cl. Mod.Hist.) 1878, M.A. 1882, 𝔡 1879, 𝔭 1880 Chich. C. of Pulborough 1879-82; Cranbrook 1882-84; Wilton, Wilts. 1884-88; Preston-by-Faversham 1888-91; V. of Bredhurst, Kent 1891-95; R. of Otterden, Kent, 1895-1906; Stodmarsh 1911-12; Deputy Lib. to D. and C. of Cant. 1909-18; V. of Godmersham 1915-18; R. of Tunstall, Kent, 1918-23; Hon. Libr. to D. and C. of Cant. from 1907; Six Pr. of Cant. Cathl. from 1910. St. Laurence Gate, Canterbury.
author, History of Town and Port of Fordwich, 1895; Catalogue of the MS. Books in Library of D. and C. of Canterbury, 1911; Calendar of Wills proved at Canterbury (sede vacante), 1914; Canterbury Diocesan Records, 1922; Calendar of Institutions by the Chapter of Canterbury (sede vacante), 1923. joint author, History of King's School, Canterbury, 1908; Memorials of the Cathedral and Priory of Christ in Canterbury, 1912.

Andrews Newspaper Index Cards, 1790-1976[edit]

unknown newspaper, uncertain date
WOODRUFF.—On Feb. 16, 1948, at Canterbury, Charles Eveleigh Woodruff, one of the six Preachers of the Cathedral Church, and for many years Hon. Librarian to the Dean and Chapter, aged 92. Funeral, St. Martin's 2 p.m., tomorrow (Thursday). No flowers, no letters.