James Lloyd Woodruff

"Lloyd Woodruff"
5 November 1875–27 August 1954

Born 5 November 1875 in Salt Lake City. Son of James Woodruff and Fanny Lloyd. Set apart as a missionary in the German Mission on 10 April 1899; met Josephine Booth on 6 April 1901, while she was touring missions on the continent. Returned from mission, 10 March 1902. Married Booth, 24 September 1903; five children. Died 27 August 1954 in Los Angeles.[1]

[1] James L. Woodruff entry, no. 201, Missionary Department, Missionary Registers, 1860–1959, Book C, 94, Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City (hereafter CHL); Josephine Booth, Journal, 6 Apr. 1901, Josephine D. Booth Woodruff, Journals, 1899–1901, CHL; Ruth W. Andrews, “My Mother ‘Josie,’” no date, typescript, 42–51, CHL; “Dr. J. L. Woodruff Killed in Traffic Mishap on Coast,” Daily Herald (Provo, UT), 30 Aug. 1954, 2.