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Isaac Woodruff, ^
Male Abt 1781 - 1813

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Isaac Woodruff

.. he was one of eleven fishermen drowned in a fishing incident in the Atlantic Ocean off Fire Island opposite Fire Place Neck (modern Brookhaven Hamlet), NY.

The date on the headstone does not agree with the consensus date for their death -- 5 November 1813.


Status: Located

Owner/SourceJohn Deitz
Date29 Sept 2009
File nameStJohnsCemeteryOakdale090929_006_800.jpg
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St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Oakdale, Suffolk County, Islip Town, NY, USA


St. John's Episcopal Church and Cemetery is located on the south shore of Long Island in the Hamlet of Oakdale, Town of Islip, Suffolk County. St. John's Episcopal Church is architecturally significant as a rare surviving example of mid-eighteenth century ecclesiastical architecture in Suffolk County. Built in 1765 and enlarged and remodeled c. 1843, the church retains its characteristic heavy timber frame, rectangular massing, central tower/narthex, wide wood shingle sheathing and minimal ornamentation. The building tradition was brought by settlers from Massachusetts and Connecticut with a largely English heritage and was generally characterized by small-scale utilitarian buildings with little ornamentation and the use of readily available materials. In addition, the church retains its original cemetery with approximately 100 graves dating from the late eighteenth to early twentieth centuries.

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1St. John's Episcopal Church and Cemetery, Oakdale, Town of Islip, Suffolk County, NY St. John's Episcopal Church and Cemetery, Oakdale, Town of Islip, Suffolk County, NY
.. at the time of this picture, white shutters for the windows had been removed for repainting. North is to the left, Montauk Highway is to the right (south). The headstone for Isaac Woodruff (d. 1813, of principal interest) can be seen at the center of the picture, to the south (right) of the rear of the building. 

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