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Woodrow was originally an English topographical surname. This name derives from the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) pre 7th Century "wudu" (wood, forest, grove, tree, timber), and "raw" (row, line), or a locational name from any of the various places named with the above elements. Other sources suggest the family name is descriptively originating as Woodroe or the border hedge as the clan consisted primarily of border guards at the English, Welsh, and Scottish borders. The name was made popular in part by US president Woodrow Wilson whose mother's maiden name was Woodrow.

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