||The 1920 U.S. census, Palo Pinto County, Texas, Justice Precinct 5 (household 141, family 146, SD 17, ED198, sheet 158A, p. 111; National Archives microfilm T625-1839), shows W. A. Woodruff, age 79, born in Tennessee, a farmer, and wife, Alice D., age 70, born in Ohio, and nephew C. W. Wilson, age 61, a widower, born in Michigan, a newspaper editor. C. W. Wilson was likely the nephew of Mrs. Woodruff, for his mother was also born in Ohio. The 1930 U. S. Census shows the Woodruffs still in Palo Pinto County (household 60, family 62, ED 182-14; SD 8, sheet 3B, p. 206, National Archives microfilm T626-2382). William A. Woodruff, age 89, wife Alice D., age 81, Alpha L. “A. Daughter” [Adopted Daughter], age 25, born in New Mexico, and boarder Clark W. Wilson, age 74, now a salesman.