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THE EIGHTH GENERATION

No. VIII-4
        CHARLES WORCESTER
(Nathaniel7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1)  b Stoddard, NH, Nov. 24, 1813, d May 10, 1903, Keene, NH, m June 16, 1842, Harriet Newell, dau John Barker, Stoddard, b June 7, 1819, d Sept. 3, 1889. Residence Stoddard. Yeoman.

Children of Charles Worcester

IX-1 Charles Clarence.
IX-2 Mary Emma, b Apr. 11, 1850, d Dec. 12, 1852.

No. VIII-9
        JOHN WORCESTER
(John7, Moses6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Jaffrey, NH, Dec,. 15, 1818, d Medina, Mich., m Dec. 2, 1845, Lucretia D., dau Joseph Bigelow, Fitzwilliam, NH, b Jan. 3, 1822. Removed to Adrian, Mich., 1854. Yeoman.

Children of John Worcester

IX-3 Helen Maria, b Sept. 17, 1847, d May 6, 1849.

No. VIII-17
        SYLVENDER WORCESTER
(John7, Moses6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Nov. 28, 1830, Jaffrey, NH, d June 2, 1907, Topeka, Kansas, m Dover, Kansas, Apr. 1, 1866, Jennette A. Rose, b Syracuse, NY, May 30 (or 31), 1846. At the age of twenty years he went to Cal., living there eight years. After that he lived in Kansas until his death. Served three years in the Civil War, 2nd Kansas Cavalry Volunteers.

Children of Sylvender Worcester

IX-4 William Henry.
IX-5 John DeWitt.
IX-6 Vincent K.
IX-7 Clarence E.
, b June 17, 1877. Residence Verden and Wann, Okla. Ass’t. Cashier 1st Nat’l Bank.

No. VIII-19
        LYSANDER WORCESTER
(John7, Moses6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Apr. 7, 1836, d Jackson, Mich., Sept., 1901, m Huldah Bedell.

Children of Lysander Worcester

IX-8 Herman Sylvender. Residence Huntington, Ind.
IX-9 Frank Wallace. Druggist in San Francisco.
IX-10 Allen Burr.

No. VIII-23
        JOHN FREDERICK WORCESTER
(Jesse7, Moses6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Shefford, L.C., Dec. 23, 1824, m July 4, 1850, Mary Frost, Lovell, Mass. Removed to Lodi, Oh, 1839, to N. Kensington, Ill., 1851. Yeoman.

Children of John Frederick Worcester

IX-11 Rosetta H., b July 11, 1851.
IX-12 Harriet M., b Jan. 17, 1853, d Feb. 20, 1854.
IX-13 Frederic M., b Oct. 28, 1854.

No. VIII-24
        MATHEW LANG WORCESTER
(Jesse7, Moses6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Shefford, L.C., Apr. 17, 1826, removed to Lodi, Oh., 1839, then to Burbank, Oh. in 1852, m 1st June 13, 1853, Adaline Elizabeth Burr, b Mar. 28, 1830, d May 27, 1869, m 2 nd, Mar. 2, 1874, Hedda Christiana Fegerquist, b Feb. 17, 1844. Cordwainer.

Children of Mathew Lang Worcester by first marriage

IX-14 Alma Mehitable, b Burbank, Oh., Aug. 24, 1854, d Dec. 31, 1854.
IX-15 Mathew Burr, b Dec. 30, 1856, Kingston, Ill., d Sept. 26, 1882, Los Angeles, Cal.
IX-16 Louisa, b Aug. 13, 1859, d Oct. 7, 1859.
IX-17 Louis, b Aug. 13, 1859, d Oct. 1, 1859, Kingston, Ill.
IX-18 Etta (?) May, b July 12, 1862, Kingston, Ill., m Nov. 29, 1883, Eugene Herbert Olmstead, b Nov. 11, 1862. Residence Genoa, Ill.

Children of Etta May Olmstead

(a) Clarence Eugene, b Mar. 8, 1888, m June 11, 1913, Katherine Lane, b Dec. 13, 1882.
(b) Floyd Samuel, b Dec. 28, 1889, m Apr. 20, 1911, Elsie Ferson, b Jan. 2, 1887.
(c) Maynard George, b June 6, 1900. Residence Genoa, Ill.

IX-19 Emma Porter, b July 14, 1865, Kingston, Ill., Sept. 21, 1865.
IX-20 Benjamin.

Children of Mathew Lang Worcester by second marriage

IX-21 Jennie Elizabeth, b Mar. 23, 1881, m Dec. 16, 1903, Fred M. Trumbull, b Nov. 23, 1878. Residence Stillman Valley, Ill. Farmer.

Children of Jennie Elizabeth Trumbull

(a) Edna, b Aug. 15, 1912.
(b) George Worcester, b Mar. 15, 1912.

IX-22 Otto Ambrose, b Kingston, Ill., Oct. 4, 1883, d Lemon, S. Dakota, Feb. 5, 1911. Carpenter.

No. VIII-28
        EPHRAIM PARKER WORCESTER
(Joshua7, William6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Fitzwilliam, NH, June 20, 1813; d Pittsfield, Mass., Jan. 24, 1892, m Nov. 26, 1835, Nancy, dau of Jonathan Gage of Jaffrey, NH, b May 4 1814, d Pittsfield, Mass., June 26, 1901. Dealer in ice and wood.

Children of Ephraim Parker Worcester

IX-23 Maria Nancy, b Fitzwilliam, NH, Oct. 12, 1836, d Jan. 7, 1914, m Pittsfield, Apr. 11, 1861, Alvin Webster, Richmond, Mass.

Children of Maria Nancy Webster

(a) Harry E., b Hartford, Conn., Apr. 29, 1866, m July 23, 1883, Mary Ramsey of Newington, Conn.

Children of Harry E. Webster

(1) Julia Elizabeth, b Weathersfield, Conn., Mar. 9, 1884, m Apr. 11, 1902, Jack H. Conners of Tariffville, Conn.
(2) Harry Alvin, b Weathersfield, Conn., Dec. 11, 1886, d Aug. 1888.
(3) Dwight A., b Weathersfield, Conn., June 10, 1888.
(4) Grace May, b Peru, Mass., Nov. 21, 1889, m Mar. 7, 1906, Clayton M. Colton, Hartford, Conn.

Children of Grace May Colton

a- Cora Evelyn, Hartford, Conn., Apr. 6, 1907.
b- Dwight Merrill, b Nov. 9, 1911.

(5) Hazel Esther, b Peru, Mass., Nov. 18, 1894, d May, 1896.
(6) Mildred Ethel, b Peru, Mass., Mar. 4, 1897.
(7) Ruth Orleon, b Newington, Conn., Oct. 18, 1899.

(b) Dwight A., b Pittsfield, Mass., Mar. 3, 1869, m June 2, 1892, Grace A. Barber of Hartford, Conn.
(c) Mary A., b Hartford, Conn., Feb 14, 1871, d Oct. 29, 1875.
(d) Arthur F, b Pittsfield, Mass., Feb 6, 1875, d July 7, 1875.
(e) Cora May, b Weatherfield, Conn., Mar. 28, 1881, m Oct. 14, 1901, Hartford, Conn., Edward J. Bligh of Putnam, Conn.

Children of Cora May Bligh

(1) Edward Alvin, b Jan. 31, 1906.
(2) Cora Maria, b May 1, 1913.

IX-24 Julia A., b Dec. 18, 1838. Residence Pittsfield, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Teacher and proofreader.
IX-25 Mary E., b Nov. 26, 1840, m May 4, 1865, Edward Whitney Bassett, son of Bela Bassett, North Haven, Conn.

Children of Mary E. Bassett

(a) Benjamin Worcester, b Meriden, Conn., Dec. 25, 1870, m Elsie Baldwin Miller, Dec. 6, 1911. Residence Weathersfield, Conn.              Electrician.

Children of Benjamin Worcester Bassett

(1) Edward Lewis, b June 28, 1913.

IX-26 Hannah Abigail, b Pittsfield, Mass., May 9, 1855, m Pittsfield, Mass, Apr. 9, 1878, Charles D. Roberts of Dalton, Mass. Farmer.

Children of Hannah A. Roberts

(a) Mabel Lavinia, b Pittsfield, Mass.., Jan. 14, 1879, m Theodore Frederick Cooke, Austerlitz, NY. Teacher.

Children of Mabel Lavinia Cooke

(1) Robert Gordon, b Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 7, 1903.
(2) Helen Beatrice, b Pittsfield, Mass., Nov. 17, 1904.
(3) Dorothy Mabel, b Pittsfield, Mass., Dec. 4, 1906.
(4) Theodore Frederick, b Pittsfield, Mass., Jan. 28, 1913.

(b) Charles Winfield, b Weathersfield, Conn., Mar. 13, 1881, m Lenox, Mass., Sept. 19, 1906, Mary Elizabeth Ford of Lenox. Farmer and dairyman.

Children of Charles Winfield Roberts

(1) Raymond Winfield, b W. Stockbridge, Mass., Sept. 4, 1907.
(2) Elmer Ford, b W. Stockbridge, Mass., Jan. 29, 1909.
(3) Willard Dayton, b Feb. 20, 1911.
(4) Marjorie Ellen, b Sept. 25, 1913.

(c) Gertrude Nancy, b Stockbridge, Mass., Aug 12, 1885.

No. VIII-33
        MILTON WORCESTER
(Joshua7, William6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Jafrey, NH, Oct. 24, 1824; m Oct. 10, 1847, Julietta C.A., dau Thomas Jaquith, b Sept. 18, 1829.

Children of Milton Worcester

IX-27 Orino A., b Feb. 2, 1849.
IX-28 George Albert, b Jan. 6, 1850.
IX-29 Helen J., b June 3, 1855.

No. VIII-39
        SAMUEL WORCESTER
(Samuel7, Samuel6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Tewksbury, Mass., Sept. 12, 1821; m Dec. 25, 1848, Sybil R. Richardson, b Apr. 5, 1822. Yeoman.

Children of Samuel Worcester

IX-30 Infant, b 1851.

No. VIII-52
        BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WORCESTER
(George7, Samuel6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sept. 30, 1849, d Apr. 8, 1919; m 1874, Margaret Kenney of Ashland, Pa. Residences Cleveland and Middletown, OH. Conductor on Big Four Railroad. Owner of livery stable in Middletown, Ohio.

Children of Benjamin Franklin Worcester

IX-31 George, b ___, d 1939 childless.
IX-32 Harry.

No. VIII-53
        MOSES AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(Moses7, Samuel6,  Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Tewksbury, Mass., Mar. 28, 1824; m May 22, 1845, Harriet dau ___ Webster, Plymouth, NH, b Feb. 16, 1823. Lived in Nashua, NH. Dealer in hops.

Children of Moses Augustus Worcester

IX-33 Augusta Ann, b Dec. 13, 1846, d May 23, 1855.
IX-34 Harriet Adelia, b Apr. 14, 1849.

No. VIII-69
        ALBERT WILLARD WORCESTER
(Willard7, Sampson6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Shirley, Mass., Nov. 27, 1832; m Amanda Little. Residence, Clinton, Mass. Manufacturer.

Children of Albert Willard Worcester

IX-35 Charles Edwin, b Feb. 9, 1855.

No. VIII-79
        HORACE WORCESTER
(Luke7, Benjamin6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Mar. 2, 1837; m Dec. 31, 1858, Harriet J. White.

Children of Horace Worcester

IX-36 Walter Varian, b Nov. 8, 1863, d June 24, 1860.
IX-37 Edgar Ellsworth, b Apr. 28, 1862.
IX-38 Nettie, b Oct. 8, 1863.
IX-39 Mary E., b Jan. 28, 1866

No. VIII-90
        OTHELLO JUDSON WORCESTER
(Justus7, Leonard6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Le Grand T., Dec. 25, 1863; m Oct. 18, 1906, Rosella, dau George D. Parmenter, Grinnel, b June 17, 1877. Residence, Grinnel, Is. Printer.

Children of Othello Judson Willard Worcester

IX-40 Paul Franklin, b Feb. 26, 1908.

No. VIII-95
        CHARLES HENRY WORCESTER
(Joseph Wise7, Leonard6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Middletown, NY, Mar. 5, 1856; d Aug., 1900, cirrhosis of liver; m Middletown, NY, Dec. 1878, Emma Clark. Printer and machinist.

Children of Charles Henry Worcester

IX-41 Emma Louise, b Middletown, June 10, 1881, m Aug. 22, 1906. Francis Lane.
IX-42 Joseph Alfred.

No. VIII-97
        JOSEPH WARREN WORCESTER
(Joseph Wise7, Leonard6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Middletown, NY, Mar. 31 1860, m Oct. 18, 1888, Middletown, Ella Louise Hallock. M.D.P.&S., Baltimore, Md., 1888. Physician and dental surgeon. He attended lectures at NY College of Pharmacy; lectures in chemistry and physics, and dissecting, at College of Physicians and Surgeons, NY, 1883. Graduated, P. & S., Baltimore, 1888. Took special courses at John Hopkins Univ., and for seven years was operator for the late Dr. Ferdinand Habrouck, NY. Specialist in use of nitrous oxide gas for dental and general surgery. Member of State and County Medical Societies. Mrs. Worcester graduated Temple Grove Seminary, Saratoga, NY.

Children of Joseph Warren Worcester

IX-43 James Blaine, b Jan. 29, 1893.

No. VIII-108
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Edwin Eldad Worcester

        EDWIN DEAN WORCESTER
(Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, Mar. 31 1860, m Nov. 19, 1828, d New York City, June 13, 1904, m Albany, NY, Apr. 30, 1855, Mary Abigail, dau Warren S. and Mary (Walker) Low, Albany, NY. She was born Albany, NY, Oct. 30, 1830, d July 20, 1906, Stonington, Conn. He was in his younger days, corresponding clerk in the Albany City Bank, and later discount clerk in the Commercial Bank of Albany. In 1853, at the time of the consolidation of railroads that formed the NY Central, he became connected with that road, originally as its chief accountant, and later became its treasurer. He remained to the end of his life an officer with that railroad company, and it successor, The New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company; and in the course of the development of the Vanderbilt system of railroads, he became also an officer in others of the principal railroads of the system. At the time of his death he had been for over fifty years in that service. He was Secretary of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Company; Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Company; and Secretary of the Michigan Central Railroad Company; and was connected with a number of other railroads. Residence, Albany, until Dec. 1883, afterwards New York City, with his offices at the Grand Central Station in that city. He and his wife are buried in the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Children of Edwin Dean Worcester

IX-44 Edwin Dean.
IX-45 George Henry.
IX-46 Charles Frederick
, b Albany, NY, Apr. 18, 1859, d Albany, NY Aug. 16, 1869. Buried in Albany Rural Cemetery.
IX-47 Franklin Eldrid.
IX-48 Harry Augustus.
IX-49 Wilfred James.
IX-50 Margaret Dows
, b Albany, NY, Aug 12, 1872, m Feb. 25, 1904, New York, Charles Mallory, son of Charles Phelps and Fanny Mallory Williams of Brooklyn, NY, b Brooklyn, NY, Oct. 16, 1872. He is by profession a physician. They reside in New York with summer residence at Stonington, Conn.

Children of Margaret Dows Williams

(a) Mary Low, b New York City, May 18, 1908.
(b) Margaret, b New York City, Mar. 30, 1910.

No. VIII-111
        FRANKLIN ELDAD WORCESTER
(Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, May 28, 1837, d Brooklyn, Aug. 26, 1897; m 1st Sept. 2, 1863, Brooklyn, NY, Emma A., dau Geo. Eric and Emma (Aldrich) Warner; b May 31, 1840, d June 29, 1873; m 2d, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 10, 1879, Elizabeth, dau Dr. William and Elizabeth Mulhallon. She died in Brooklyn, Oct. 26, 1910.  He settled in N.Y. somewhere about 1857 or 1858, and was a stockbroker for a number of years. At the outbreak of war he volunteered, in 1861, for service with his regiment, the 71st New York, known as the American Guard, from the fact that all its members were Americans. The regiment sailed from New York, Sunday, Apr. 21, 1861, and went at once to the front. It was in the first Bull Run fight, and there he was wounded and taken prisoner. He was a prisoner for a year and a half, first at Richmond, afterwards for a long time at Castle Pinckney, Charleston, and later at Columbia, S.C. Here he was exchanged and reached home in the early spring of 1863. He held the rank of lieutenant. He was for some time a broker in N.Y., and a member of the Stock Exchange. Afterwards he was connected with various railroads as treasurer or secretary. He was treasurer and secretary of the New York, West Shore and Buffalo up to the time of its absorption by the New York Central. He was also connected, at other times, with the Manhattan Elevated, of NY, and with one of the Chicago Elevated railroads. Residence, Brooklyn, NY.

Children of Franklin Eldad by first marriage

IX-51 Archibald Eric, b Brooklyn, NY, Sept. 29, 1865, d (drowned at Lake Mahopac, NY) Sept. 9, 1900.
IX-52 Grace Louise, b Brooklyn, NY, Oct. 16, 1867, m Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 18, 1895, Armin Ernest Brunn, who d Sept. 29, 1909, at So. Woodstock, Conn. Residence No. Woodstock.
IX-53 Lincoln Aldrich, b Mar. 5, 1869, d Sept. 19, 1869.
IX-54 Lincoln Emerson, b Mar. 18, 1871, d Apr. 14, 1876.

Children of Franklin Eldad by second marriage

IX-55 Edwin Chickering, b Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 8, 1880, m Oct. 3, 1906, NYC, Marion Adele, dau Frederick Andrews Bragg. Residence Brooklyn, NY.
IX-56 Mabel Elizabeth, b Brooklyn, NY, July 7, 1883, m Brooklyn, Jan. 29, 1903, Henry Bainbridge Mercereau. Residence Brooklyn, NY.

Children of Mabel Mercereau

(a) Elizabeth Worcester, b Brooklyn, NY, Nov. 1, 1913.

No. VIII-123
        HENRY EDWIN WORCESTER
(Horatio7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Jan. 7, 1845, d West Campton, NH, Nov. 10, 1909, m Florence A. Moore, New Philadelphia, Ohio, b July 31, 1852.

Children of Henry Edwin Worcester

IX-57 Margaret, b Jersey City, NJ, Dec. 3, 1878, m 1st Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 26, 1906, Albert John Bowen, broker, m 2d July 31, 1913, Edward Taber McFarlin, b Newton, Mass.

Children of Margaret Bowen

(a) Albert Worcester, b Los Angeles, CA, June 22, 1908.

IX-58 Herbert Moore.

No. VIII-124
        ALBERT AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(Horatio7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Feb. 5, 1846, New York City, m No. Woodstock, NH, Mar. 21, 1874, Nellie F., dau James F. and Alice A. (Dearborn) Kimball, No. Woodstock, NH. Residence, since 1882, Mich. Grain commissioner.

Children of Albert Augustus Worcester

IX-59 Susan Alice, b No. Woodstock, NH, Dec. 21, 1874.
IX-60 David Dows.
IX-61
Albert, b West Campton, NH, Jan. 4, 1878.
IX-62 Nellie, b W. Campton, NH, Dec. 26, 1879, m June 17, 1906, Harold Cochran Dow, Chicago, Ill.

Children of Nellie Dow

(a) Kenneth Worcester, b Dec. 7, 1911.

IX-63 Richard Hoe.

No. VIII-126
        HENRY ADOLPHUS WORCESTER
(Henry Elwynne7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Feb. 8, 1844, Tewksbury; m Saybrooke, Conn., Oct. 13, 1870, Anna Loiusa Bloodgood, b New York City, Sept. 19, 1847. Residence Dorchester, Mass. Clerk

Children of Henry Adolphus Worcester

IX-64 John Bloodgood, b Lowell, Mass., Mar. 26, 1888, A.B. Harvard, 1909. Member Phi Beta Kappa. Journalist.

No. VIII-127
        HORATIO ELWYNNE WORCESTER
(Henry Elwynne7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sept. 23, 1849, d Oct. 26, 1888; m Annie Jarvie, Dec. 30, 1873, Bloomfield, NJ, b Manchester, Eng., Sept. 19, 1851.

Children of Horatio Elwynne Worcester

IX-65 Henry Elwynne.
IX-66 William Jarvie
, b Tewksbury, Sept. 3, 1877. Residence Montclair, NJ. Insurance, NYC.
IX-67 James Newbegin.

No. VIII-140
        SAMUEL WORCESTER
(Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Plymouth, NH, July 11, 1811, d ___; m July 4, 1833, Sarah Ann Duncan. Removed to Brownsville, Pa, 1818, ordained 1834 as a preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Resided Bermingham, Pa.

Children of Samuel Worcester

IX-68 Lucinda Jane, b May 16, 1834.
IX-69 Sophia, b Sept. 9, 1836, d Sept. 10, 1836.
IX-70 Francis Duncan, b Jan. 9, 1838, d Jan. 14, 1839.
IX-71 Sarah Elizabeth, b Nov. 12, 1839, d Apr. 23, 1842.
IX-72 Sophia F., b Nov. 4, 1842, d Sept. 4, 1843.
IX-73 Susan H., b Apr. 3, 1844, d Aug. 26, 1844.
IX-74 Thomas L.D., b Oct. 3, 1845.
IX-75 Georgiana, b July 26, 1848, d Aug. 13, 1849.
IX-76 George D., b Sept. 1, 1850, d Sept. 11, 1850.

No. VIII-141
        NOAH WORCESTER
(Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4,Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Plymouth, NH, Sept. 19, 1813, d Apr. 24, 1870; m June 27, 1833, Maria Troth, b Brownsville, Pa., 1813, d July 11, 1894. Removed to Brownsville, Pa., 1818. Yeoman.

Children of Noah Worcester

IX-77 Julia Ann, b Apr. 5, 1834, d Sept. 19, 1835.
IX-78 Eliza Jane, b Aug. 26, 1835, S. Brownsville, Pa., d of blood poisoning, July 7, 1910, m S. Brownsville, Jan. 8, 1858, Henry Harmon Griggs.

Children of Eliza Jane Griggs

(a) William Henry, b S. Brownsville, Pa., Sept. 13, 1858. Residence Trenton, NJ, Manager of Anchor Pottery.
(b) Annie, b S. Brownsville, Pa., July 18, 1860, m James Patton. Residence W. Brownsville, Pa.
(c) Charles Mahaffey, b S. Brownsville, Pa., Mar. 4, 1864. Residence Minneapolis. Salesman.
(d) Elizabeth, b S. Brownsville, Pa., Mar. 11, 1866. Residence S. Brownsville, Pa. Teacher
(e) Edward Clayson, b S. Brownsville, Feb. 6, 1869. Residence Pittsburg. Mail carrier.
(f) Louise Wood, b Oct. 15, 1871, S. Brownsville, Pa. Residence Weston, WV. Glassblower.
(g) Harry Cack, b S. Brownsville, Pa. Printer.

IX-79 John Francis.
IX-80 Martha Maria
, b S. Brownsville, Pa.,, Jan. 9, 1839, d May 26, 1890.
IX-81 William Henry.
IX-82 Phoebe Ann, b Jan. 11, 1843, d Mar. 17, 1910; m Jan. 5, 1862, William H. Shaffer.

Children of Phoebe Ann Shaffer

(a) Ida, b July 26, 1865, S. Brownsville, Pa., m ___ Colbert. Residence E. Liberty, Pa.
(b) Martha, b Aug. 12, 1870, S. Brownsville, d Feb. 8, 1901, m ___ Everly.
(c) Mary, b Apr. 8, 1873, S. Brownsville, Pa.; m ___ Joliff. Residence E. Liberty, Pa.
(d) Annie, b sept. 20, 1875, S. Brownsville, Pa.; m ___ Mercer. Residence Carrick, Pa.
(e) Emma Luella, b Sept. 6, 1878. Residence S. Brownsville, Pa. Bookkeeper.
(f) William Thomas, b Apr. 14, 1881. Residence New Kensington, Pa. Millworker.
(g) Rella, b Dec. 23, 1885, m ___ Neff. Residence S. Brownsville, Pa..

IX-83 Hannah Lucinda, b Nov. 29, 1844, d June 16, 1874, m Apr. 23, 1865, Samuel T. Porter.

Children of Hannah Lucinda Porter

(a) Noah Francis, b Aug. 2, 1866, m ___.
(b) Mary Idessa, b Kent, OH, Oct. 15, 1868, m John Fritch.
(c) Ann Emma, b Kent, OH, Nov. 26, 1870, m Sept. 16, 1889, Frank E. Harvey.
(d) Charles Porter, b Nov. 29, 1872, d Aug. 12, 1873.

IX-84 Joseph Nelson, b May 22, 1848, d Feb. 15, 1854, twin of Elmira Virginia.
IX-85 Elmira Virginia, b May 22, 1848, twin of Joseph Nelson, m Mar. 22, 1876, Samuel T. Porter.

Children of Elmira Virginia Porter

(a) Myrtle May, b Feb. 28, 1880, d Dec. 8, 1801.
(b) Amanda Marilda, b July 14, 1883, d Oct. 31, 1891.
(c) James Thomas, b New Kensington, Pa., Sept. 22, 1884.
(d) Laura Belle, b New Kensington,, Oct. 16, 1886.
(e) Ethel Fay, b New Kensington, May 1, 1889.

IX-86 Samuel Troth.
IX-87
James Thomas.
IX-89 Ida Bell
, b Mar. 1, 1856, d Sept. 26, 1859.

No. VIII-145
        THOMAS L. WORCESTER
(Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Brownsville, Pa., May 13, 1822; m 1847, Catherine Tannehill.

 Children of Thomas L. Worcester

IX-90 Winfield Scott.
IX-91
Josephine, b Southside, Pittsburg, July 17, 1852(?), d Greensburg, Pa., Mar. 4, 1910, m Mar. 6 1879, Jacob R. Robinson, b Hempfield Township, Pa., July 29, 1832, d Greensburg, May 30, 1894. Farmer.

Children of Josephine Robinson

(a) Mainie Blanche, b Hempfield Township, Feb. 26, 1881, d July 14, 1885.
(b) Jacob Lloyd, b Hempfield Township, July 13, 1883, d July 22, 1885.
(c) Jennie Katherine, b Greensburg, Pa., June 15, 1886, m Walter Michael Bortz, b Apr. 27, 1885, Hempfield Township, Pa. graduated from Jefferson Medical College, Phila., Pa., 1908. Physician in Greensburg, Pa.

Children of Jennie Katherine Bortz

(1) Adam Franklin, b Aug. 26, 1910.

IX-92 Robert F., b Pittsburg, Pa., May 8, 1860, or May 10, 1859. Residence Manchester, Va. Farmer.
IX-93 James Tannehill.
IX-94 Jessie Benton, b Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 11, 1867. Residence Manchester, Pa.
IX-95 Kate, b Pittsburg, Pa., Apr. 25, 1869, m Aug. 13, 1895, Spottsylvania Co., VA., Thomas W. Catlett, b in Mississippi, Mar. 6, 1851, d Manchester, Va., Jan. 25, 1909. Architect.

No. VIII-151
        LEONARD WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ascott, L.C., July 6, 1808, d Nov., 1836; m Nov. 9, 1835, Rhoda Lurvey, Gloucester, Mass. Residence Boston, Mass.

Children of Leonard Worcester

IX-96 George L.

No. VIII-152
        NOAH WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ascott, L.C., Jan. 5, 1810, d Oct. 12 (or 13), 1876; m 1st Apr. 8, 1834, Nancy B., dau Oliver Carter, Lancaster, Mass., b Feb. 23, 1804, d Feb. 14, 1865; m 2d May 30, 1866, Mrs. Amelia M.C. Jackson (nee) Whitney, d Natick, Mass., Jan. 31, 1903. Lived in Ascott, Thornton, NH, Lancaster, Chelsea and Westborough, Mass.

Children of Noah Worcester by first marriage

IX-97 Martha, b May 1, 1835. Teacher.
IX-98 Mary, b Aug. 4, 1836. Residence Waltham, Mass.
IX-99 John Howard, b Jan. 13, 1838, d Sept. 2, 1842.
IX-100 Anna Harrington, b Dec. 22, 1839, m May 23, 1866, William J. Knight, b Aug. 19, 1828, d Nov. 1, 1882.
IX-101 Eleanor, b May 22, 1842, d Oct. 3, 1843.
IX-102 Horace, b May 3, 1844, d May 22, 1866.
IX-103 Nathaniel.

Children of Noah Worcester by second marriage

IX-104 Edith Rosalie, b July 4, 1867, m Aug. 17, 1893, Dr. George A. Bancroft of Lancaster. Residence Natick, Mass.

No. VIII-153
        SAMUEL WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ascott, L.C., Feb. 9, 1812, d Thornton, NH, July 31, 1841, m Apr. 5, 1828, Caroline S., dau Frederick A. Cook, Newburyport, Mass. Residence Boston, and Thornton, NH.

Children of Samuel Worcester

IX-105 George Samuel.

No. VIII-154
        DAVID PERKINS WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ascott, L.C., Dec. 13, 1813, m June 24, 1838, Hannah, dau Edward Darby, Rockingham, Vt., b Aug. 10, 1811. Lived in Ascott and Thornton, NH; afterwards in Boston, Mass. Clerk in the bookstore of W.D. Ticknor & Co.

Children of Charles Worcester

IX-106 C. Jane, b June 21, 1843.
IX-107 Sarah Josephine, b July 26, 1949.
IX-108 E. Ann, b May 31, 1852.

No. VIII-158
        THOMAS FREEMAN WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, May 18, 1820, m Apr. 3, 1841, Ann Maria, dau Leonard Lyon, Cambridge, Mass., b June 17, 1818. Lived in Thornton and Boston; afterwards Somersville, Mass.

Children of Thomas Freeman Worcester

IX-109 Ann Maria, b Jan. 17, 1842.
IX-110 Edwin b Mar. 19, 1844, d Oct. 17, 1844.
IX-111 Edward, b Mar. 19, 1844, d Oct. 10, 1844.
IX-112 William Henry, b July 27, 1846, d 1854.
IX-113 Harriet, b Aug. 13, 1848, d Oct. 19, 1848.
IX-114 Theodore Francis, b Oct. 13, 1850.

No. VIII-160
        GEORGE SULLIVAN WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, May 18, 1825, m June 7, 1846, Dorothy F., dau Samuel Leighton, Mt. Vernon, b Aug. 5, 1823. Residence, Mt. Vernon, Me. Yeoman.

Children of George Sullivan

IX-115 George Jerome, b Mar. 4, 1847, m 1860, Emma B. Varnum.
IX-116 Emily B., b June 7, 1849.

No. VIII-161
        AUSTIN WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, June 25, 1827, d Anoka, Minn., Nov. 29, 1889, m Sept. 20, 1853, Nashua, NH, Elizabeth Phoebe, dau James R. Pearl, Mount Vernon, Me., b Nov. 12, 1825, d Minneapolis, June 27 1902. He lived in Thornton and Boston; afterwards Mount Vernon, Me.

Children of Austin Worcester

IX-117 Frank Hartwell, b Mount Vernon, Me., June 29, 1854, d Anoka, Minn., Oct. 20, 1904.
IX-118 Daughter, b Mount Vernon, Me., d Anoka, Minn.
IX-119 Aurisana, b Mt. Vernon, Me., Mar. 31, 1858. Residence Minneapolis, Minn. Nurse.
IX-120 William Austin.

No. VIII-162
        FRANKLIN WORCESTER
(Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, Feb. 21, 1829, d Grafton, Mass., Feb 12, 1903; m Mar. 30, 1859, Abbie Reed Capron, b Cambridge, Mass., Apr. 12, 1833, d Old Orchard, Me., Sept. 14, 1903.

Children of Franklin Worcester

IX-121 John Capron.
IX-122
William Franklin.
IX-123
Catherine Messenger, b Grafton, Mass., July 29, 1869; m Grafton, Oct. 22, 1890, Frank Horace Warren, b Grafton, Dec. 30, 1866. Residence Grafton, Mass.

Children of Catherine M. Warren

(a) Helen, b Grafton, Mass., Oct. 2,1891.
(b) Katherine, b Grafton, Mass., July 30, 1893.
(c) Roger Capron, b Grafton, Mass., Aug. 14, 1895.
(d) Horace Sherman, b Grafton, Mass., Dec. 16, 1900.
(e) Marion, b Grafton, Mass., June 21, 1905.
(f) Kenneth Elwell, b Grafton, Mass., Mar. 7, 1907.

No. VIII-170
        NOAH WORCESTER
(
David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, July 21, 1812, d Cincinnati, Oh., of consumption, Apr. 4, 1847; m Nov. 2, 1841, Jane E., dau Dr. Josiah Shedd, Peacham, Vt., b July 14, 1816, d Sept. 25, 1842, Grad. Harvard, 1832; taught the academy and pursued medical studies in Peacham, Vt., four years; resided in Hanover, NH as a medical student, and a teacher of French language at Dartmouth College, until 1838, when he received a medical degree, and immediately after entered into partnership with Dr. R.D. Mussey. In the autumn of the same year he removed with Dr. Mussey to Cincinnati. In 1841, he passed several months in attendance upon the practice and lectures of the hospitals, in London and Paris. On his return he was appointed Professor of Physical Diagnosis in the Medical College of Ohio, the duties of which office he discharged about one year, and then resigned in consequence of feeble health. From this time he was employed in journeying for the benefit of his health, in the duties of extensive practice in Cincinnati, and of the Professorship of General Pathology, Physical Diagnosis and Diseases of the Skin, at Western Reserve College in Cleveland until his decease.

"His life was laborious, benevolent, and beneficient; brief, indeed, but full of intellectual and moral achievements. He has left memorials of his professional eminence in several medical works. The recollection of his private worth is the "heart treasure of thousands.""- (Cincinnati Signal, as quoted by Prof. Delamater.)

No. VIII-171
        DAVID FREEMAN WORCESTER
(David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thornton, NH, Feb. 28, 1815, d Rochester, NY, Jan. 16, 1880, m Sept. 26, 1854, Frances Theresa Gold, b Pittsfield, Mass., Apr. 16, 1828, d Stamford, Ct., Nov. 9, 1907. He lived in Thornton, Brookline and Gloucester, Mass., Philadelphia, Cincinnati and New York City. Mining and real estate.

Children of David Freeman Worcester

IX-124 Mary Huntington, b Rochester, NY, July 25, 1855, d in Galveston Flood, Sept., 1900, m July, 1888, Francis G. Chaffee.

Children of Mary Huntington Chaffee

(a) Lawrence, b May, 1890, d in the Galveston Flood, Sept., 1900.
(b) John Chaffee, b Nov., 1891, d Nov., 1891.

IX-125 Caroline Handy, b Massillon, Oh., Sept. 2, 1860, d May 6, 1914, m Apr. 10, 1890, John Thomas Perkins. Banker. Residence Greenwich, Conn.

Children of Caroline Handy Perkins

(a) Worcester, b Ridgefield, NJ, Feb 21, 1890.
(b) John Richard, b Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 17, 1891.
(c) George Shepard, b Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 27, 1892.
(d) David Huntington, b Greenwich, Conn., Nov. 14, 1895.

IX-126 Elwood.
IX-127 Elizabeth Gold
, b Massillon, Oh., Nov. 19, 1864. Residence Stamford, Conn.

No. VIII-173
        LOUIS WORCESTER
(David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Gloucester, Mass., Apr. 5, 1829, d Gettysburg, Pa., July, 1863, while serving in the Confederate Army, 7th Louisiana. Removed with his father to Phila., Fallston and New Brighton, Pa. Studied law and engaged in practice in Covington, Ky. Afterward was Secretary in the Attorney General’s Office, Washington, D.C.; m 1st Apr. 10, 1848, Juliana Elizabeth Deford, Newburyport, Mass. Was divorced, and m 2d Anna Houghs, 1857, who died at Cairo, in the Catskills, NY, Aug. 26, 1872.

Children of Louis Worcester by first marriage

IX-128 Judith Sargent, b Covington, Ky., Apr. 26, 1849.
IX-129 Louis Henry, b Washington, D.C., Feb 12, 1856.

Children by second marriage

IX-130 Louisiana, b Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 31, 1858, m Trinity, Tex., Jan. 22, 1886, Wellington Jerome Davis.
IX-131 Louis Harold.

No. VIII-174
        JOHN ROBINSON WORCESTER
(David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sept. 30, 1831, d Walker Co., Tex., June 5, 1884, m 1st NYC, 1859, Mary Jane Sheldon, d NY, Sept. 7, 1860; m 2d Mary Hallam Greene, Mar. 10, 1866, Brooklyn, NY. Lawyer, Covington, Ky. Sergt-Major, 97 N.Y. Vol. Infantry, 1861-4. See Letter Home from Appamatox.

Children of John Robinson Worcester by second marriage

IX-132 Maud Livingston, b N.Y., Nov. 8, 1867, m Feb. 20, 1889, James D. Cox, Walker Co., Tex.
IX-133 Roy Greene.
IX-134 Bertrand William.

No. VIII-178
        FITZWILLIAM SARGENT WORCESTER
(
Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Natchez, Miss., Dec. 18, 1819, d E. Bridgewater, Jan. 17, 1855, m Dec. 22, 1840, Charlotte T., dau of Martin Swift of E. Bridgewater, Mass., b Sept. 3, 1824. He lived in Natchez, Miss., Matanzas, Cuba, Providence, RI, and Bridgewater. Merchant.

Children of Fitzwilliam Sargent Worcester

IX-135 Anna, b Oct. 11, 1841, d Nov. 2, 1911, m Apr. 8, 1869, William Francis Keith, b June 7, 1840, d Oct. 7, 1893. Residence Bridgewater, Mass.

Children of Anna Keith

(a) Frederick Scott, b Jan. 17, 1869, m Sept. 5, 1894, Mary Forbes., M.D., Harvard, 1892. Homeopathic physician. Residence Newton Highlands, Mass.

Children of Frederick Scott Keith

(1) Marjorie Forbes, b Mar. 7, 1896, Newton Highlands.
(2) Scott, b Feb. 18, 1898, Newton Highlands.
(3) Theodore Kent, b Mar. 17, 1902, Newton Highlands.

(b) William Francis, b Aug. 24, 1872, m June 4, 1910, Anna McIntosh Moulton. Residence Newton Highlands, Mass.
(c) Theodore Scott, b Aug. 24, 1872, d Aug. 27, 1872.
(d) Lillian, b Oct. 20, 1874, d Dec. 29, 1875.

IX-136 Charles, b July 22, 1843, m 1st Apr. 8, 1869, Emeline E. Leach, Bridgewater, Mass., m 2d June 17, 1882, Ella, dau Rev. Samuel Howard Worcester, b Nov. 10, 1845, d ___. Farmer. Residence Bridgewater, Mass.

No. VIII-180
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Samuel Howard Worcester

        SAMUEL HOWARD WORCESTER
(Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 16, 1824, d Bridgewater, Mass., Dec. 4, 1891; m 1st Sept. 22, 1844, Jane Ames, dau of Calvin and Eunice Sprauge Washburn of E. Bridgewater. She died Dec. 7, 1854; m 2d Oct. 11, 1855, Elizabeth, dau of Townsend and Edith B. Stockton Scott of Baltimore. He graduated at Brown University. Taught in Epping, NH, and Framingham, Mass. Ordained minister of the New Jerusalem Church in 1851, and was settled over the Church in Baltimore, Md. Received a medical degree while in this city. From Baltimore he went to Gardiner, Me., where he practiced medicine and devoted much of his time to the study of Swedenborg’s works in the original Latin. In 1886 he removed to Salem, where he had a successful career as a physician, and devoted much time to editing and translating Swedenborg’s writings. His health giving way under the double burden of practice and literary work, he moved in 1878 to Bridgewater, Mass., where he continued his study till his decease, in 1891.

Children of Samuel H. Worcester by first marriage

IX-137 Ella, b Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 10, 1845, d Sept. 24 (?), 1906, m June 17, 1882, Charles Worcester. Residence Bridgewater, Mass.
IX-138 Samuel.
IX-139
Theodore, b Framingham, Mass., July 6, 1849, d Baltimore, Md., Mar. 31, 1859.
IX-140 Fitzwilliam Sargent.
IX-141 Henry Foster.
IX-142 Jenny
, b Baltimore, Md., Mar. 12, 1854, d Mar. 30, 1855.

Children of Samuel H. Worcester by second marriage

IX-143 Edith, b Baltimore, Md., Aug. 20, 1856, m Sept. 12, 1878, Horatio Cook Meriam, b Tewksbury, Mass., Mar. 20, 1849, d of heart trouble, Aug. 1911. Dentist. Harvard Dental School, D.M.D., 1874. Residence, Salem, Mass.

Children of Edith Meriam

(a) Welles, b Salem, July 17, 1879, m Washington, D.C., Aug. 31, 1910, Anne Harris Whitfield from Georgia. A.B., Harvard, 1899, Patent examiner. Residence Kennsington, Md.

Children of Welles Meriam

(1) Annie Whitfield, b Oct. 14, 1912.

(b) Townsend Scott, b Apr. 17, 1881, Harvard, 1902. Residence Salem, Mass. Salesman.

(c) Lewis, b Oct. 5, 1883, m Washington, D.C., Aug. 25, 1909, Pink Wilson from Arkansas. A.B., Harvard, 1906. B.L., George Washington University, 1909. Asst. Chief U.S. Child’s Bureau. Residence Kensington, Md.

(d) Horatio Cook, b Dec. 29, 1889. A.B., Harvard, 1911. Harvard Dental School, 1913. Residence Salem, Mass.
(e) Richard Stockton, b Nov. 28, 1893. Harvard, A.B., 1914.

IX-144 Sarah Sargent, b Baltimore, Md., Jan. 1858, d June 21, 1864.
IX-145 Elizabeth Howard, b Baltimore, Md., July 3, 1859. Residence Bridgewater, Mass.
IX-146 Emma, b Gardiner, Md., Jan. 25, 1861, m Bridgewater, Mass., Aug. 18, 1853, son of Winthrop and Ellizabeth Browne Sargent. A.B., Harvard, 1908. A.M., 1909. Residence Haverford, Pa., and Bass Rocks, Gloucester, Mass.

Children of Emma Sargent

(a) Winthrop, b Bridgewater, Mass., Aug. 21, 1887, m Gloucester, Mass., July 6, 1910, Frances Rotan, b Wac, Tex., Mar. 18, 1890 .A.B.,   Haverford, Pa., A.M., Harvard, 1909.

Children of Winthrop Sargent, Jr.

(1) Winthrop, 3d, b Ardmore, Pa., July 12, 1911.

(b) Samuel Worcester, b Philadelphia, Apr. 13, 1889, m June 5, 1911, Marion Bigelow, b Brooklyn, NY., July 4, 1888. A.B., Harvard, 1911.
(c) Gorham Parsons, b Bridgewater, Mass., Aug. 18, 1891. A.B., Dartmouth, 1914.
(d) Fitzwilliam, b Bridgewater, Mass., Oct. 10, 1892. A.B., Harvard, 1914.
(e) Richard Milne, b Bridgewater , Mass., Jan. 6, 1899, d Jan. 9, 1899.

IX-147 Mary Townsend, b Gloucester, Mass., May 13, 1862, m Bridgewater, Mass., Oct. 20, 1886, Willima Winfield, son of Edward White and Elmira (Howard) Cobb, b Abington, Mas., May 8, 1861.

Children of Mary T. Cobb

(a) William Winfield, b Bridgewater, Mass., Mar. 6, 1888, m Chicago, Mar. 2, 1912, Margaret Julia Ries, b Kenton, Oh., Oct. 22, 1886. Residence Chicago.
(b) Edward Worcester, b Waltham, Mass., Nov. 24, 1889. M.D. Hahnemann College, Chicago.
(c) Elizabeth Howard, b Bridgewater, Mass., June 30, 1892.

IX-148 John Fonerden.
IX-149 Townsend Scott
, b Gloucester, Mass., Apr. 2, 1866, d Sept. 8, 1866.
IX-150 Jesse Hamilton, b Gloucester, Mass., June 20, 1867, d Salem, Mass., Feb. 23, 1870.

No. VIII-181
        FRANCIS WORCESTER
(Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Gloucester, Mass., Dec. 5, 1825, d Sept. 6, 1899, Aurora, Ill., m Oct. 20, 1846, Abby, dau of Scott Keith of E. Bridgewater, b June 8, 1827, d Gloucester, June 1925. He lived in Gloucester, Cambridgeport, Bridgewater and E. Bridgewater, Mass. Merchant.

Children of Francis Worcester

IX-160 Ellen, b Mar. 9, 1848, d July 31, 1849.
IX-170 Mary Sargent, b Mar. 28, 1850, in E. Bridgewater, Mass., m May 23, 1867, Thomas Conant, M.D., decended from Gov. Roger Conant. Dr. Conant has a large practice and has held many positions of influence, was for 24 years President of the Gloucester Scientific Society. Residence Gloucester, Mass.

Children of Mary Sargent Conant.

(a) Roger Winthrop, b Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 26, 1869, m June 8, 1901, Boston, Mary Winfred Mahar. Graduated Mass. Inst. of Technology, B.S., 1891. Electrical Engineer. Residence Chicago and Boston.

Children of Roger Winthrop Conant

(1) Richard Worcester, b Mar. 13, 1902.

(b) Genevieve Worcester, b Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 22, 1873, d Aug. 5, 1876.
(c) Edward, b July 5, 1875, d July 15, 1875.
(d) Robert Marshall, b Gloucester, Mass., May 6, 1877, d Dec. 5, 1879.
(e) Harold Sargent, b Gloucester, Mass., Mar. 3, 1879, m Hartford, Conn., Oct. 3, 1904, Edith May Lux, S.B., MIT, 1900, State Normal School, Hyannis, Mass., Emerson School of Oratory, New Church Theo. School, Cambridge, Mass., New Church Minister, Philadelphia, Pa., and Baltimore, Md.

Children of Harold Sargent Conant

(1) Katherine Lux, b Philadelphia, Sept. 6, 1906.
(2) Constance, b Philadelphia, Pa., July 30, 1908.

(f) Richard Keith, b Gloucester, Mass., b Gloucester, Mass., Jan. 31, 1885, m Lincoln, Mass., Dec. 15, 1917, Lily dau of Thomas A. and Elizabeth Harmon Roberts, b Nov. 25, 1887, Bradford, Eng. A.B., Harvard, 1905, Harvard Law School, 1908. Served in WWI and discharged as a First Lt., U.S. Infantry, 1919. Sate Commission on Public Welfare for commonwealth of Mass. Lawyer in Boston, Mass. Sec. Good Government Assoc., Gloucester, Mass. Child Labor Committee.

Children of Richard Keith Conant

(1) Elizabeth
(2) Helen
(3) Richard

IX-171 Francis.
IX-172 Edward.
IX-173 Theodore.

No. VIII-183
        EDWARD WORCESTER
(Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Bridewater, Mass., Jan. 28, 1830, d Waltham, Mass., Sept. 2, 1913, m Oct. 27, 1856, Elizabeth Howard, E. Bridgewater, Mass., b Boston, Sept. 29, 1832, d Waltham, Apr. 22, 1911. M..D. University of New York, 1851. Practiced one year in Barnstable, Mass. For four years was surgeon on vessels sailing from New York to Havre and Liverpool. While in France he studied in the hospitals in Havre and Paris; also in Liverpool when in England. In 1856 was in charge of hospital in Maryland University (now John Hopkins) substituting for the regular physician. After practicing from 1856 to 1860 in St. Albans, Vt., he established himself in Waltham, Mass., where he resided for the rest of his life.

Children of Edward Worcester, M.D.

IX-174 Alice Francis, b Dec. 7, 1858, St. Albans, Vt., m Oct. 3, 1878, George Lyman Weeks.

Children of Alice Frances Weeks

(a) Harry Auguste, b Sept. 1, 1881. Salesman. Residence Chicago.
(b) Elinor Frances, b June 4, 1885. Teacher of dancing. Residence Waltham.

IX-175 Maud Louise, b Aug. 17, 1862, m May 17, 1894, Harry Mortimer Montgomery. Residence Evanston, Ill.

Children of Maud L. Montgomery

(a) Virginia, b June 18, 1895.
(b) Helen, b Dec. 23, 1896.
(c) Harry Mortimer, b Sept. 15, 1898.
(d) Elizabeth, b May 11, 1901.
(e) Louis Worcester, b May, 2, 1904.

IX-176 Mary Aldis, b Apr. 13, 1864, m Apr. 11, 1894, Willis Gilpatrick. Residence Dorchester, Mass.

Children of Mary A. Gilpatrick

(a) Edward Malcolm, b Oct. 26, 1897.
(b) Elizabeth, b Aug. 18, 1899.

IX-177 Paul Dudley, b Mar. 23, 1867. Residence New York City.
IX-178 Anna Parsons, b Feb. 3, 1871, m Nov. 6, 1901, Charles Judson Fogg. Residence Waltham, Mass.

Children of Anna Parsons Fogg

(a) Gilman Worcester, b Feb. 4, 1903.
(b) Davis Howard, b July 4, 1911.

No. VIII-187
        BENJAMIN WORCESTER
(Thomas7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Boston, Mass., Oct. 31, 1824, d Waltham, Mass., of heart desease, May 23, 1911; m Oct. 6 1847, Mary Clapp, dau Micah Haskell and Lydia (Rodman) Ruggles; b Rochester, Mass, Jan. 17, 1826, d Waltham, Jan. 10, 1892. Principal Waltham N. Ch. School, 1868 till 1911; licensed preacher in New Church and leader of the Waltham Soc., 1857 to 1911. He wrote much for church periodicals, editing for many years the "Olive Leaf." His chief literary works were a life of Emanuel Swedenborg, and later, "Swedenborg, Harbinger of the New Age of the Christian Church." He also revised the translation of many of Swedenborg’s works. In later years he was a devoted student of natural history; he knew rocks as well as plants, and he loved the stars. He also took an interest in the history of Waltham, and was recognized authority on local points. Residence Waltham, Mass.

Children of Benjamin Worcester

IX-179 Alice, b Fall River, Mass., Dec. 29, 1848, d Waltham, Mass., Apr. 8, 1914, m Dec. 29., 1870, Lewis Tafel Burnham, b Henderson, NY, Mar. 1844. Architect Superintendent. Residence Waltham. Mrs. Burnham lived in Chicago several years after her marriage but returned to Waltham in 1888. Here she became actively interested in the Waltham Hospital, the Leland Home and in the Ladies’ Hospital Aid Soc. of which she was for several years its president. She was especially interested in the Waltham District Nursing Association, the success of which is largely due to her influence and exertions.

Children of Alice Burnham

(a) Alice Elizabeth, b Waltham, June 22, 1872.
(b) Mary, b Waltham, Oct. 16, 1873, m June 28, 1897, George B. Beaman, b Cincinnati, Oh., Apr. 1, 1870.

Children of Mary Beaman

(1) Alice Worcester, b Philadelphia, June 30, 1898.
(2) Anna Gilchrist, b Waltham, July 5, 1901.
(3) George Burnham, b Waltham, Aug. 13, 1905.
(4) Richard Bancroft, b Waltham, June 28, 1909.

(c) Elinor, b Waltham, Mass., Nov. 9, 1876, m Oct. 24, 1911, William Chapman Spelman, Jr., b Manchester, Vt., Aug. 21, 11876.

Children of Elinor Spelman

(1) Kate Lord, b Waltham, Mass., Sept. 22, 1913.

(d) Alfred Worcester, b June 26, 1881, m July 10, 1905, Maryemily Johnson, b Waltham, July 28, 1879.

Children of Alfred Worcester Burnham

(1) Alfred Worcester, Jr., b Hudson, NY., Apr. 2, 1909.
(2) Mary Adelaide, b Southbridge, Mass., Sept. 27, 1913.

(e) Philip Weeks, b Chicago, Apr. 2, 1887.
(f) Clara Winfred, b Waltham, Mass., Aug. 11, 1889.
(g) Margaret Noble, b May 22, 1892.

IX-180 Elizabeth, b Fall River, Apr. 15, 1850, m Oct. 8, 1873, Hiram Francis Mills, b Bangor, Me., Nov. 1, 1836, grad. C.E. Rensselaer Poly. Inst., Troy, NY, 1865, Harvard, Hon. A.M., 1889; Engineer of Proprietors of Locks and Canals Merrimack River; Engineer of Essex Co., Lawrence; Member of State Board of Health and of the Corporation of Mass. Inst. Technology; Fellow Am. Acad. Arts and Sciences; Hon. member Am. Soc. Civil Engineers; Hon. member N.E. Water Works Ass’n. Residence Lowell, Mass.
IX-181 James, b Waltham, Mass., Dec. 1, 1851, m Margaret Hopkins, b Jersey City, Nov. 22, 1853. Residence Newark, and Waltham. Mechanic.
IX-182 John, b Aug. 6, 1853, d Oct. 15, 1901. Civil Engineer.
IX-183 Alfred.
IX-184 Mary, b Waltham, Mass., Nov. 14, 1858, m Nov. 22, 1882, Edward Wellington, b Waltham,. Mass., Dec. 9, 1855. Residence Waltham.

Children of Mary Wellington

(a) Elizabeth Mary, b Sept. 4, 1883, m June 20, 1908, Converse Smith, b Jan. 16, 1883.

Children of Elizabeth M. Smith

(1) Sylvis, b July 29, 1910.
(2) Miriam Louise, b Apr. 26, 1913, d Apr. 26, 1913.

(b) Richard, b Waltham, Oct. 10, 1884, m Oct. 10, 1912, Minerva Collins, b Mar. 1, 1888, Hindman, Ky.

Children of Richard Wellington

(1) Richard, b Aug. 5, 1913, d Sept. 10, 1913.

(c) Joseph Worcester, b Waltham, Mar. 1, 1886, m Oct. 7, 1911, Ina Rand, b Burlington, Vt., Sept. 5, 1887.
(d) Edward, Jr., b Waltham, May 6, 1888, d May 8, 1888.
(e) Catherine Jay, b Waltham, Dec. 18, 1889.
(f) Miriam, b Waltham, Nov. 21, 1890, m Waltham, Oct. 25, 1913, Alonzo Hadley Glass.
(g) Benjamin, b Aug. 23, 1893.

IX-185 Joseph Ruggles.
IX-186 Anna, b Waltham, Apr. 8, 1862, m Oct. 19, 1889, Richard H. Kidder, b Lowell, Mass., May 28, 1859. Residence Berkeley, Cal.

Children of Anna Kidder

(a) Anna Rodman, b Waltham, Sept. 15, 1890.
(b) Hubert, b Waltham, Sept. 5, 1892.
(c) Arthur Worcester, b Waltham, Aug. 22, 1894.

IX-187 Winfred, b Waltham, Sept. 12, 1863, d Mar. 28, 1868.
IX-188 Arthur, b Waltham, Nov. 11, 1864, d Aug. 28, 1912.
IX-189 Miriam, b Waltham, Aug. 20, 1866, d Dec. 31, 1870.

No. VIII-191
John Worcester 
John Worcester

        JOHN WORCESTER
(Thomas7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Boston, Mass., Feb. 13, 1834, d Newtonville, Mass., May 2, 1900, m June 2, 1857, Cambridge, Mass., Elizabeth Callender Pomeroy, b Northfield, Mass., Oct. 27, 1832, d Newtonville, Mass., Mar. 18, 1888. Minister of the New Jerusalem Church forty-five years; pastor of the Newton Soc. from 1857 till his decease; General Pastor of the Mass. Ass’n. (?). Vice-President and President of the General Convention of the New Church in America; Principal of Waltham New Church School; Pres. N. Ch. Theological School 1881 to 1894; member of Newton School Board.  He studied at the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard University, giving attention specially to anatomy, physiology, chemistry and related subject. He was a close student, giving much time and thought to the study of Correspondences, or the relation of the world without to the world within, and the use of Scriptures of natural objects as symbols of spiritual life. As a result of this study he published: The Animals of the Bible; Plants of the Bible, and Physiology Correspondences. Later his thought was given to more conservative interpretations of the Bible, and as a fruit of his study we have "Genesis and Exodus," and "Mathews’ Gospel." He revised many translations of Swedenborg’s works. His work as a preacher was marked by originality of thought, --- his writing being rather suggestive than exhaustive. His manner in the pulpit was quiet in the extreme, his voice gentle, but musical and clear. As a teacher he was lucid and positive in statement, but patient with dissenting views. A record of his life work would be incomplete without reference to his summer home at Intervale, in the mountain region of New Hampshire. Sunday services were held in the little "Study" near his house, and here friends and strangers from a distance would assemble for divine worship and go away refreshed and uplifted with the "Promise of Peace."

Children of Rev. John Worcester

IX-190 Margaret Cary, b Waltham, Mass., May 11, 1858. Residence Newtonville, Cambridge and Intervale, NY.
IX-191 William Loring.
IX-192 Charles Pomeroy, M.D., b Newtonville, Mass., Apr. 26, 1861, d Newtonville, Oct. 9, 1898. A.B. 1883 and M.D., Harvard. Physician and chemist. Though not attempting much in regular practice of his profession, he was especially interested in its chemical side. He was appointed Analyst of Foods and Drugs for the State Board of Health.
IX-193 Anna Pomeroy, b Bartlett, NH, July 4, 1862, d Newtonville, Mass., Mar., 1863.

No. VIII-197
        EDWARD JOSEPH WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Feb. 8, 1831, d Aug. 23, 1893, m Maria Hoyle, who d Aug. 19, 1909.

Children of Edward Joseph Worcester

IX-194 Sarah Frances, b 1853, d June 1, 1892, Whitinsville, m Frank Barnes Williams.
IX-195 Edward Joseph, b 1855, d Cincinnati, Oh., Feb., 1907.
IX-196 Bertha, b about 1857, d Aug. 18, 1892, m Ebeneezer L. Hutchinson.
IX-197 Charles Arthur, b Dec. 25, 1867, m Marion Aldrich, Lastmaker.
IX-198 Herbert Leonard, b Worcester, Mass., Sept. 16, 1872; m Jan. 12, 1893, Rosanna Freeman Wright. Residence, Worcester, Mass. Shoe last designer.

No. VIII-200
        WILLIAM WORCESTER
(Taylor Gilman7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH, Dec. 21, 1895, of heart trouble, m Nov. 18, 1869, Helen Roxana Read, b Hollis, NH, May 10, 1845. He served throughout the Civil War in Co. H, 7th NH Volunteers. He lived in Hollis on the homestead, in Cambridge, and in Boston.

Children of William Worcester

IX-199 William Warner, b Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 23, 1885. Graduated at Colby Academy in 1904, and at Dartmouth College, June, 1908. Degrees, B.S., M.C.s. Residence Hollis, NH. Farmer and merchant, in the firm of Flagg & Worcester.

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Henry Worcester

        HENRY WORCESTER
(Taylor Gilman7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Apr. 8, 1842, Hollis, NH., d Malden, Mass. of heart trouble and complications, m Nov. 5, 1867, Holderness Village (now Ashland), NH., Lillian Gordon, b Ashland, May 6, 1848. Leather manufacturer and superintendent of tanneries, Webster & Co., Malden & Peabody, Mass. In the Civil War he was a member of G Co., 24th Mass., Inft., from July, 1862, till May, 21863, when he was discharged on account of illness. He was post commander of Post 40, G.A.R., Malden, Mass., and was for many years its historian. Up to the time of his death he was at work on a book containing the history of each member of the Post. He held many offices of trust in the city of his adoption.

Children of Henry Worcester

IX-200 Lillian Adele, b Malden, Mass., Aug. 4, 1868, m Boston, Aug. 6, 1894, William Franklin Timlin, b Boston, Mar. 23, 1865. Residence Melrose, Mass., and Ashland, NH. Bookkeeper and farmer.

Children of Lillian Adele Timlin

(a) Constance Louise, b Melrose, Mass., Feb. 19, 1896, d Feb. 21, 1896.
(b) Constance Josephine, b Aug. 18, 1897.
(c) Louise Gordon, b June 3, 1902.

IX-201 Bertha Gordon, b Malden, Mass., Nov. 30, 1870. After graduating from college course of the Malden High School she passed examinations of the first year of Wellesley College. She is a member of the D.A.R., U.S. Daughters of 1812, and several literary and educational societies. Residence Malden, Mass.

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Francis Jesse Worcester

        FRANCIS JESSE WORCESTER
(Taylor Gilman7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., Nov. 1, 1848, d London, Eng., July 29, 1910, of pneumonia and complications, m New York, Dec. 7, 1880, Emma Augusta Hoe, b New York, Sept. 7, 1852. Lawyer and Judge in New York City. Graduated Harvard, A.B., 1870; Columbia Law School, LL.B., 1875. He was a teacher in Wareham and Duxbury, Mass., and New York City from 1875 to 1898. Served as Justice of the Municipal Court from 1898 to 1908. In 1910 was sent as delegate to the Swedenborg International Congress in London.

To quote from memorial records:

"His career on the bench was marked by faithful, conscientious service. He was firm and steadfast in what he thought was for the interest of the community. He was an upright, incorruptible judge. The testimony of his political opponent in the district is significant. ‘No finer man nor fairer opponent in than Judge Worcester ever lived.’" He was an officer for many years in the New Jerusalem Church, New York City, and loyal in its support. His ashes were interred in the family lot, Hollis, NH. On his monument is the inscription: "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom I shall fear."

Children of Francis Jesse Worcester

IX-202 Lucy Hoe, b New York City, Jan. 23, 1883, m Oct. 19, 1907, Edward Van Wagenen, b New York City, Apr. 6, 1882, Electrical Engineer. Residence New York City and Long Island.

Children of Lucy Hoe Van Wagenen

(a) Alfred, b Aug. 8, 1908, East Hampton, Long Island.

No. VIII-209
        CHARLES HENRY WORCESTER
(John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., Jan. 18, 1837, m Dover, NH., Oct. 26, 1887, Sarah E. Hayes, b Dover, July 14, 1848. He served throughout the Civil War in Co. H, 7th NH Vols. Was promoted to corporal and afterward to sergeant. Wounded near Richmond, Va., Oct. 1, 1864. After the war he, with his three brothers, Samuel, Frederick and Franklin, formed an association known as Worcester Bros., having business interests in Hollis, NH, Cambridge, Mass., and Pomona, Fla. Residence Pomona, Fla. Fruit grower.

Children of Charles Henry Worcester

IX-203 Samuel Fletcher, b Hollis, NH., Aug. 21, 1889, d Hollis, NH, Aug. 22, 1889.
IX-204 Anna W., b Pomona, Fla., Jan. 28, 1892, d Pomona, Fla., Feb. 3, 1892.

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John Howard Worcester

        JOHN HOWARD WORCESTER
(John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., Jan. 18, 1839, d at Hilton Head, S.C., of wounds received at the assault on Fort Wagner, July 26, 1863. In his boyhood he attended the public schools in Hollis, and afterwards had the benefit of a good academic education. Before the Civil War he had been a student at the law school at Cambridge. In the summer of 1861, he enlisted as a private soldier in Company H, of the Seventh New Hampshire regiment, and upon its organization was chosen Second Lieutenant of his company. In June, 1862, upon the resignation of his First Lieutenant, Lieutenant Worcester was promoted to take his place, and was afterwards constantly in the service of his regiment, in Florida and South Carolina, till his decease at Hilton Head, SC, July 26, 1863. The Seventh regiment was present and took part in the fearful and bloody assault upon Fort Wagner, SC, on the evening of July 18, 1863. Lt. Worcester having succeeded, at the head of his men, in gaining the top of the parapet of the Fort, while cheering them on, was severely wounded in his left leg, so that when order to retreat was given, he was unable to leave the field. Having remained all night on the battle ground, he was taken prisoner, the next morning, carried to Charleston, his leg amputated, and on the 25th he was returned under flag of truce, sent to Hilton Head and put on board a vessel to be sent north with other wounded men. But the following night the gangrene struck his limb, and before morning he breathed his last. When he found he could not live, he calmly resigned himself to his fate, and said to a wounded comrade lying at his side, "Give my love to my men, and say to them that I shall be with them no more, and tell my friends at home all you know of me." His remains were buried at Hilton Head, under military escort, and afterwards disinterred, taken to Hollis and buried in the family cemetery.

In a tribute to his memory on the occasion of his funeral in Hollis, Rev. Dr. Day said of him, "Lieutenant Worcester was just the man the country wanted. Firm in his convictions, active and forcible, he was a right arm of strength in her service. Nature had fitted him for a popular and successful officer. His form was large and commanding. He had a happy faculty of mingling with his men freely and socially, and yet maintaining a complete command , not common in the army - that of respect and love." On his monument in the public square at Hollis is the insciption: "Duty was his guide through life. Clad in her glorious armor, storming the hostile rampart, he fell!" The John H. Worcester Post of the Grand Army in Hollis, composed of his surviving comrades in the war, was so named on its reorganization, from an affectionate and respecful regard for his memory.

No. VIII-211
        SAMUEL AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., June 29, 1840, m Derry, NH., Jan. 20, 1870, Elizabeth Banister, dau of Rev. Pliny Butts Day, b Derry, May 2, 1845. One of the firm of Worcester Bros. A successful and enterprising farmer and lumber dealer. Their home is one where true hospitality reigns, thus keeping up the former traditions of the place. In politics he was a Republican.

Children of Samuel Augustus Worcester

IX-205 Charles Frederick.
IX-206 Carrie Emily
, b Hollis, NH., Oct. 18, 1876, d Hollis, NH., Jan. 21, 1892 of scarlet fever.

No. VIII-212
        FREDERICK WORCESTER
(John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., Aug. 2, 1842, d ____, m 1st Mary Helen Gass, b Quincy, Mass., June 4, 1848, d Cambridge, Mass., June 3, 1890; m 2d June 30, 1897, Sarah Ames Lothrop, b Sharon, Mass., May 7, 1869. He was senior member of the firm Worcester Bros., in Cambridge, furniture business. By his unfailing courtesy he built up a prosperous business in connection with supplies for Harvard students, as well as the citizens of Cambridge.

Children of Frederick Worcester by second marriage

IX-207 Marion Lothrop, b Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 9, 1898.
IX-208 John Newton, b Cambridge, Dec. 18, 1899.

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Franklin Worcester

        FRANKLIN WORCESTER
(John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH., Oct. 27, 1845. Graduated Dartmouth College, A.B., 1870. Studied law at Harvard Law School, and in 1871 was admitted to the Middlesex Co. Bar. Was about to enter upon the practice of law in Minneapolis, Minn., when he yielded to the wishes of family friends and engaged in a business career. He has been interested in the home farm, in the Cambridge branch, and has carried on a large lumber business with his brothers. He represented his native town in the State Legislature in 1877-78, and was State Senator in 1887-88. He was much interested in developing the railroad facilities of his native state. He succeeded in obtaining a charter to build the Pepperell and Brookline, and the Brookline and Milford Roads, but his further projects were defeated through the influence of opposing railroad authorities. In self defense an organization known as the New Hampshire Development Ass’n. was formed and Mr. Worcester was its gubernatorial candidate in two Republican conventions, but the counter railroad influence defeated him. After this he devoted himself to the improvement of his native town. Hollis is indebted to him for a commodious hotel, called in memory of the late Arthur Gilman, Cranford Inn, and for a new Public Library, as well as other substantial improvements. He took an interest in education, having been connected with the School Board for more than thirty years. In the State campaign of 1912-13 he yielded to the solicitations of political friends and became the candidate for Governor of the Republican Party. His election seemed an assured thing till the very last, when party intrigue defeated him. He thereafter devoted himself anew to the interests of his native town, which may benefit by his failure of election, at the expense of the state.

No. VIII-214
        HENRY PARKER WORCESTER
(Henry Aiken7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Portland,. Me., Oct. 15, 1839, d Norfolk, Va., Oct. 9, 1882, m Nov. 1 1871, Justina Rea, b Portland, Me., Feb. 15, 1843. He enlisted as non-commissioned officer in 3rd Maine Volunteers, June 4, 1861. Wounded in battle at Fair Oaks, and in battle of the Wilderness. Served in Provost Marshal’s office at Augusta, Me., while unable to join his regiment on account of wounds. Promoted three times for bravery on the field, receiving his commission as captain in 1964. At the battle of Bull Run the 3d Maine regiment was one of the last regiments to leave the field, and Capt. Worcester was the last man of his regiment to leave. Residence, after the was, Norfolk, Va. Commission merchant.

Children of Henry P. Worcester

IX-209 Margaret Justina, b Norfolk, Va., Apr. 24, 1874.
IX-210 Marion Rea, b Norfolk, Va., Oct. 25, 1875.
IX-211 Philip Henry.
IX-212 Samuel Thornton
, b Norfolk, Va., Nov. 15, 1881. Mass. Inst. Technology. Manufacturers’ Agent.

No. VIII-216
        CHARLES FREDERICK WORCESTER
(Frederick Augustus7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Townsend, Mass., Feb. 25, 1859, m Amherst, Mass., Apr. 6, 1909, Iva Shores, b Pelham, Mass., Aug. 24, 1885, graduated at Smith College, 1905. He graduated Dartmouth, 1883. Lawyer, practiced in Townsend and Ayer, Mass.

Children of Charles Frederick Worcester

IX-213 Jane, b Dec. 5, 1910.

No. VIII-226
        EDWARD LEWIS WORCESTER
(David7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b July 27, 1845, d Jan. 5, 1897, Grand Junction, Col., m Marshalltown, Ia., Apr. 1872, Sarah Jane Haddock, who d Apr., 1893. He served in the Civil War, enlisted as private, he rose step by step to first lieutenant. In the last campaign of Grant, before Richmond, he was promoted on the field for bravery by General Hancock. After the war he engaged in farming. He was elected County Recorder in Ida Grove, Ida County, Iowa.

Children of Edward Lewis Worcester

IX-214 Maud May, b Jan. 19, 1873, d Feb. 14, 1906, m Oct. 4, 1896, Myron W. Thompson.

Children of Maud May Thompson

(a) Dazel, b Aug. 28, 1897, d Nov., 1897.
(b) Dorothy, b Nov. 14, 1898.
(c) Ruth, b June 1, 1900.
(d) Marjorie May, b Jan. 30, 1906.

IX-215 Eleanor Sewall, b Apr. 18, 1880. Teacher. Residence Spokane, Wash.
IX-216 Marcia May, b Aug. 12, 1883. Residence Spokane , Wash. Bookkeeper.

No. VIII-227
        GEORGE WALTER WORCESTER
(David7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Apr. 22, 1848, Bangor, Me., m Cincinnati, Oh., Apr. 9, 1878, Nanie Werner Steinbrecher, b Cincinnati, Oh. May 17, 1850. He graduated at the Rensselaer Polytechnical Inst., Troy, NY, B.S. Was also student in the Royal School of Mines in Berlin, Germany. Teacher and tutor in Boston and Cambridge, Mass. Later removed to Colorado, where he continued his profession as a teacher. In addition to his work that individual development is the model of social progress. In appreciation of his work the State Board of Education conferred on him the honorary "Life Diploma," a distinction rarely accorded to teachers.

Children of George Walter Worcester

IX-217 Ada Sewall, b West Side, Ia., Aug. 7, 1879, m Jan. 431, 1907, Albert Diephius of St. Louis, Mo.

Children of Ada Sewall Diephius

(a) Jantina Worcester, b Dec. 6, 1908.
(b) Dorothy Alice, b May, 10 1910.

IX-218 Alice Rowell, b Urbana, Oh., Dec. 26, 1910.
IX-219 Joseph Emerson, b Urbana, Oh., July 1m 1884, d Sea View, Mass., Sept. 1, 1900.
IX-220 Dorothy Werner, b Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 4, 1889.

No. VIII-229
        JOHN SAYWARD WORCESTER
(David7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Bangor. Me., May 21, 1854, m 1st June 4, 1874, Minnie M. Lee, b Marble Rock, Ia., May 8, 1856, divorced; m 2nd, Gallatin, Mo., Mar. 9, 1891, Almira Viola Roberts, b Walnut Grove, Oh., Oct. 30, 1856. Residence Jason, Mo. Farmer.

Children of John S. Worcester by first marriage

IX-221 James Harrison, b Marshalltown, Ia., Apr. 9, 1875, d Marshalltown, Jan., 1880.
IX-222 Maragret Ellen, b Clemons Grove, Ia., Sept. 24, 1877, m Trinidad, Col., Clinton Sharpley. Mining.

Children of John S. Worcester by second marriage

IX-223 Laura Ellen, b July 18, 1892, Licomb, Ia.
IX-224 Roy Leonard, n Mar. 31, 1897, Jamesson, Mo.
IX-225 Irma Fay, b Aug. 19, 1900, Jameson, Mo.

No. VIII-235
        LEONARD WORCESTER
(Samuel Austin7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Union Mission, Ind. Ter., Mar. 8, 1836, m Aug. 16, 1860, Lee’s Creek Mission, Ind. Ter., Mary Roche Spooner, B Cincinnati, Oh., Feb. 27, 1834, d Leadville, Colo., May 15, 1904. Residence from 1880 to 1913, Leadville, Colorado; since 1913, Victor, Colo. Educated at St. Johnsbury Academy in Vermont. Served as bandmaster 5th O.V. Cavalry in Civil War; also on U.S.S. Black Hawk flagship, Miss. Squadron. Choir and band director. Mrs. Worcester attended the Western College for Women, Oxford, Oh. Family Picture

Children of Leonard Worcester

IX-226 Samuel Austin.
IX-227 Leonard.

IX-228 William Drake, b Cincinnati, Oh., Feb. 20. 1866, Cincinnati, Oh. Nov. 24, 1867.
IX-229 Mary Ella, b Tullahassee Mission, Ind. Ter., Jan. 1, 1870, D Tullahasee Mission, Feb. 126. 1871.
IX-230 Fanny Reid, b Cincinnati, Oh., Sept. 13, 1871, d Cincinnati, Feb. 24, 1872.
IX-231 Mabel Franklin, b Greenburg, Ind., Jan. 22, 1873, d Leadville, Colo., May 31, 1907, m Leadville, Colo., Nov. 29, 1900, Francis Eugene Bouck, b NY City, Nov. 25, 1873. Lawyer, Deputy Attorney General of Colorado (1896 to 1913). Residence Leadville, Colo. After 1913, Denver. Mrs. Bouck was educated at Leadville and in the Western College for Women at Oxford, Oh. Mr Bouck received a Ph.B. from Columbia University, NY, LL.B. from University of Denver.

Children of Mabel Franklin Bouck

(a) Constance Worcester, b Jan. 28, 1902.
(b) Abigail, b Jan. 13, 1905, d Jan. 13, 1905.
(c) Mary Pauline, b July 7, 1906.
(d) Francis Eugene, Jr., b May 31, 1907, d June 3, 1907.
(e) Esther Stoddard (twin of Francis), b and d May 31, 1907.

No. VIII-246
        JOHN HOPKINS WORCESTER
(John Hopkins7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Apr. 2, 1845, St. Johnsbury, Vt., d Lakewood, NJ., Feb. 5, 1893, m Auburndale, Mass., Oct. 29, 1874, Harriet William, dau Edward and Harriet (Hayes) Strong, b Hadley, Mass., Dec. 18, 1847. He received an A.B. degree from the University of Vermont, 1865, A.M., 1868; D.D., 1885. A graduate of Union Theological Seminary. 1871; studied at Andover Theological Sem., and the Universities of Berlin and Leipsic, 1869-70. He was a teacher in his parent’s school, Burlington, and in the University of Vermont, 1865-67. Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, S. Orange, NJ, 1872-1883; Pastor Sixth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, 1883-1891. Professor Semantic Theology, Union Theological Sem., New York, 1891.

Children of John Hopkins Worcester

IX-232 Edward Strong.
IX-233 Martha Clark
, b S. Orange, NJ, Mar. 10, 1878, d Apr. 30, 1878.
IX-234 Leonard.
IX-235 Katherine Fleming
, b S. Orange, NJ, Nov. 6, 1881. A.B., Mt. Holyoke, 1903. Residence Burlington, Vt.

No. VIII-250
        GEORGE STEELE WORCESTER
(Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., Sept. 24, 1849, d Mar. 1, 1939, N. Thetford, Vt. m Corinth, Vt., Aug. 30, 1881, Ida Eldora Kinney, b Plainfield, Vt., Sept. 15, 1849. Resided in Thetford, Vt. till 1908, when he removed to the Philippine Islands. Before living in Thetford, he was several years in the Custom House in Burlington, Vt.; also other business interests in Thetford. Returned from the Philippines in 1913. He was noted as a leader in community affairs. Spend many years as a trustee of Thetford Academy and officer in the church. Was licensed to preach in Congregational Church. Served in the State Legislature.

Children of George Steele Worcester

IX-236 Evarts Langdon.
IX-237 Philip George
,
IX-238 William Ezra.
IX-239 Dean Armory.

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Dean Conant Worcester

        DEAN CONANT WORCESTER
(Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., Oct. 1, 1866, m Pasadena, Cal., Apr. 27, 1895, Nanon Fay Leas, b Waterloo, Ind., Aug. 5, 1868. At the end of his third collegiate year he went with the Steere Scientific Expedition to the Philippine Islands in 1887-88. After his return he completed his college courses, graduating in 1889. He taught in the University in 1889-90, after which he conducted, with one associate, the Menage Scientific Expedition to the Philippines. He remained there about three years, making representative collections of birds and mammals in nineteen of the more important islands. Returning to this country in 1893, he was appointed instructor of zoology at Michigan University, and in 1895 was made Asst. Professor of Zoology and Curator of the Museum. In 1889 he was appointed a member of the first Philippine Commission. In 1900 he was made a member of the second commission, and when the insular government was organized he was appointed, Sept., 1901, Secretary of the Interior of the Philippine Islands, and held that office till Sept., 1913, when he was appointed Vice-President of the American Philippine Company. He was author of "The Philippine Islands and their People;" The Philippines, Past and Present’" A Hand List of the Birds of the Philippine Islands;" "The Non-Christian Tribes of Northern Luzon;" "The Rubber Growing Industry of the Philippine Islands;" "The Friar Land Inquiry, Philippine Government;" " Slavery and Peonage in the Philippine Islands." He was a member of the following societies: Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society of London; member of the National Geographical Society; member of the American Ornithologists Union; member of the American Anthropologists Association; member of the American Ethnological Society; member of the America Association for the Advancement of Sciences. Wikipedia.

Children of Dean Conant Worcester

IX-240 Alice Electa, b Sept. 7, 1896, Ann Arbor, Mich., m Dec. 9, 1917, Kenneth Bertram Day, b Roxbury, Mass., Mar. 5, 1889, d E. Thetford, Vt., Oct. 17, 1955. He was educated at Roxbury Latin School, Harvard, and New York University. He was Vice-President and General Manager of the Philippine Refining Co. from 1928 to 1952. She was educated at the Capen School, Northampton, Mass, and two years at the University of Michigan.

Children of Alice Electa Day

(a) Anne Worcester, b Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 2, 1919, m May 15, 1941, Richard Maxred Harrell, b Dec. 23, 1913. She was educated at the Bancroft School, Worcester, Mass. He was employed with the International Harvester Comp. At the outbreak of the Second World War, she was living in the Philippines and became prisoners of war of the Japanese. She were interned in Santo Tomas Prison Camp for three years and one month when the camp was rescued by the American troops and were shipped back to the states. Four days after her arrival, she joined the Navy and served for eight years. For her service, she received the Asiatic-Pacific Medal and ribbon for being a POW, the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Campaign Medal and the American Theatre Campaing Medal.
(b) Agnes Elizabeth, b Celon, Philippines, Oct. 29, 1923, d N. Thetford, Vt., Mar. 15, 1943. m Mar, 1942, G. Mark Gilson, b Ann Arbor, Mich. She received her education at the American School in Manila, and the University of Michigan. Mr. Gilson received his education at the University of Michigan and was engaged as a dentist.
(c) Sarah Alice, b Begui, Philippine Islands, May 24, 1933. Graduated from Middlebury College, 1952. In 1953 she became a Trappestine nun and took the name of Sister Mary Agnes, Mount Saint Mary’s Abbey, Metham, Mass.

IX-241 Frederick Leas.

No. VIII-260
        WILLIAM HENRY WORCESTER
(William7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Oct. 12, 1829, m 1st Jan. 1, 1863, Ellen Harris, d Lowell, Mass., Apr. 27, 1877; m 2d Sept., 1880, Eva F. Worthen, dau Amos Fiske, b 1849, d Lowell, Mass., Aug. 8, 1890. Served in the Civil Was; was second enlisted man mustered for three years from Mass., Sergeant in 7th Mass. Light Artillery; Musician in 16th Regt.; sergeant in 2d Heavy Artillery. "Cousin William Henry" will long be remembered for his interest in his Worcester relations. He was fond of visiting them, and was thus able to keep different branches of the family "posted" as to family news. Sup’t of supplies for Street Dep’t, Lowell, Mass. Residence Stoneham and Lowell.

Children of William Henry Worcester

IX-242 Leonard Francis, b Tewksbury, Mass., Dec. 14, 1881, m Edna MacIver, Sept. 25, 1907. Occupation, Hood’s Creamery. Residence Tewksbury.
IX-243 Agnes, b July 1, 1887, d Aug. 11, 1887.

No. VIII-261
        BENJAMIN PUNCHARD WORCESTER
(David7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sidney, Ia., Aug. 18, 1856, m Mrs. May Jenkins. Residence Rock Creek, Kansas.

Children of Benjamin P. Worcester

IX-244 Lois Parthena, b Knox, Ia., Nov. 3, 1888, m Jan. 14, 1909, Bert Hills. Residence Newkirk, Okla.

Children of Lois Parthena Hills

(a) Leonard Levi, b New Kirk, Ok., Oct. 9, 1912.

IX-245 Wilber Benjamin, b Knox, Ia., Oct. 5, 1892.
IX-246 Bessie May, b Knox, Ia., Apr. 18, 1897.

No. VIII-262
        ISAAC NEWTON WORCESTER
(David7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sidney, Ia., Aug. 7, 1858, d near Sidney, Ia., Oct. 23, 1891, m Nov. 27, 1887, Elizabeth Robinson, b Madison Co., Ia., May 9, 1865, d Boyden, Ia., 1891. He was a natural artist and followed painting for a few years, but gave up secular work to engage in preaching the gospel. He was pastor of a Free Methodist church at Boyden, Ia., at the time of his death. He died from the effects of grippe and catarrh. Minister.

Children of Isaac Newton Worcester

IX-247 David Wesley, b Sheldon, Ia., Aug. 21, 1888, Residence Tabor, Ia. Painter.

No. VIII-264
       LEONARD BEECHER WORCESTER
(David7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Mooresville, Mo., Feb. 26, 1863, m May 10, 1889, Georgia Anna Weaver, b Tremont, Co., Ia., Oct. 12, 1868. For many years he travelled extensively in teh US, China, Japan, and India on missionary work. Teh father's mantl;e certqainly rested upon his children - five of tehm were actively engaged in mission work, and one is an earnest Sunday SChool teacher. Mr. Worcester edited two religious papers. "Sent of God," and "John Three Sixteen" in Tabor, Ia. He was vice-president and treasurer of teh Hepzibah Faith Missionary Associationb, which included a Missionary Training House and Orphan's Home. Residence, Tabor, Ia. Editor and evangelist.

Children of Leonard Beecher Worcester

IX-248 Paul Weavers, b Tabor, Ia., Apr. 22, 1893, m Tabor, Ia., Dec. 24, 1913, Lillie Mae Ruse, b near Sydney, Ia., Apr. 27, 1893.
IX-249 Joel David, b Tabor, Ia., Mar. 23, 1899.
IX-250 Benjamin Frederick.
IX-251 William Nathaniel, b Tabor, Ia., July 5, 1907.
IX-252 Leonard Samuel, b Tabor, Ia., July 5, 1907.

No. VIII-266
        EDWARD CUYLER WORCESTER
(David7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b near Sidney, Ia., Nov. 19, 1868, m Sarah Etta Garvin, b Decatur Co., Ia., Jan. 1, 1871. Like father, David Worcester, he has followed farming and carpentry for a livelihood, but has done much work as a preacher likewise. Residence Tabor, Ia.

Children of Edward C. Worcester

IX-253 Joyve V., b near Tabor, Ia., Mar. 20, 1893.
IX-254 William Dwight, b near Tabor, Ia., Jan. 30, 1898.
IX-255 Marcus Dean, b Tabor, Ia., Jan. 5, 1907.
IX-256 Marjorie Pearl, b Tabor, Ia., Jan. 5, 1907.

No. VIII-270
        EBENEZER CARPENTER WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hanover, NH, Oct. 24, 1840, m Chicago, May 29, 1873, Caroline White, b Brockton, Mass., Aug. 9, 1850, d Boston, Sept. 15, 1909. Watchmaker. Residence Boston, Mass; Alameda, Cal.

Children of Ebenezer C. Worcester

IX-257 Leonard Eben, b Chicago, July 3, 1874, d Chicago, Jan. 18, 1875.
IX-258 Grace Emma, b Lowell, Mass., June 2, 1878, d Lowell, Mass., Dec. 13, 1882.
IX-259 Paul J.,
IX-260 Samuel A. Guy
, b Lowell, Mass., Mar. 25, 1887, m Boston, May 12, 1913, Susanne Florence Metzger, b Apr. 20, 1887.
IX-261 Martha Ellen, b Aug. 1, 1888, m Dec. 7, 1909, Edmund Charles Shellberg, b June 15, 1877.
IX-262 Carolyn S., b Sept. 17, 1910, Oakland, Cal.
IX-263 Francis White, b Lowell, Mass., May 7, 1890.

No. VIII-271
        LEONARD AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Ebenezer6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Concord, NH, Dec. 15, 1843, d Lowell, Mass., May 6, 1906, m Aug. 10, 1868, Ellen Frances Carll, dau Mary Ann Wooster and A. Francis Carll. (Mary Ann was dau of Joseph Wooster, Hancock, Me., and Nancy Bragon.) He served in the Civil War as Corporal, Co. E, 60th Mass. Vols. Residence, Lowell, Mass.

Children of Leonard A. Worcester

IX-264 Maud May, b May 23, 1873, d Feb. 3, 1878.

No. VIII-288
        WILLIAM FROST WORCESTER
(William Edward Cartwright7, James6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Feltonville, Mass., Aug. 29, 1853, d Hudson, Mass., June 3, 1883, m July 4, 1874, Martha Elizabeth Herrick, b Stow, Mass., Aug. 22, 1854.

Children of William Frost Worcester

IX-265 Harriet Augusta, b Stow, Mass., May 14, 1876, m Sept. 1, 1896, Charles A. Holmes, b Hudson, Mass., Mar. 28, 1875. Residence Leominster, Mass.

Children of Harriet A. Holmes

(a) Marjorie Leah, b Hudson, Mass., July 15, 1898.
(b) Edna Worcester, b Hudson, Mass., July 22, 1903.

IX-266 William Edward, b Stow, Mass., May 3, 1883, Leah Burch. Residence Troy, NY.

No. VIII-291
        FRED COOPER WORCESTER
(Ira7, John6, John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Detroit, Mich., Mar. 21, 1856, m Mabel Bucker, b Rochester, NY, 1870, d Apr. 8, 1902. Residence Alamosa, Cal.

Children of Fred Cooper Worcester

IX-267 George B., b Jan. 17, 1887. Houghton Mining School.

No. VIII-292
        WILLIAM NEWELL WORCESTER
(Ira7, John6, John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Detroit, Mich., July 17, 1857, m 1st Mabel Clarke, Aug. 19, 1884, b Coldwater, Mich., June 6, 1864, d Coldwater, Mich., Nov. 17, 1885, m 2d July 21, 1888, Kate Frances Seeley, b Coldwater, Mich., Oct. 2, 1863.

Children of William Newell Worcester by first marriage

IX-268 Sarah Caroline, b Coldwater, Mich., May 26, 1885.

Children of William Newell Worcester by second marriage

IX-269 Willard Seely, b Jan. 6, 1890. Wellesely College.
IX-270 Mabel, b May 2, 1891. Wellesley College.
IX-271 Philip Ira, b Dec. 5, 1893.

No. VIII-294
        JOHN ALBERT WORCESTER
(Ira7, John6, John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Detroit, Mich., July 25, 1862, m ___.

Children of John Albert Worcester

IX-272 Helen, b Dec. 21, 1894.

No. VIII-315
        FREEMAN WOOSTER
(William7, William6, Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., Feb. 3, 1814, lived in Hancock and Franklin, Me., d July 16, 1844, m Sept. 15, 1838, Lucretia B. dau of Thomas Urann of Franklin, b May 28, 1818, d Feb. 25, 1849.

Children of Freemen Wooster

IX-273 Georgetta, b Dec. 8, 1839, d Feb. 22, 1841.
IX-274 Alpheus, b Nov. 10, 1841.
IX-275 Laurette, b Jan. 1, 1844.

No. VIII-317
        JEREMIAH WOOSTER
(William7, William6, Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., Feb. 8, 1817, m 1841, Sarah, dau William Young, Hancock. Residence Hancock. Master mariner.

Children of Jeremiah Wooster

IX-276 Georgette, b Oct. 19, 1843, m ___ Watson.
IX-277 Elmira, b Mar. 9, 1845, m ___ Hodgins.
IX-278 Amanda, P., b Apr. 4, 1846.
IX-279 Eunice Augusta, b Mar. 7, 1849 (?), m Isaac Richmond Wooster (#1202).
IX-280 Caroline Young, b Oct. 9, 1851, m May 14, 1873, Henry Arthur Brown.

Children of Caroline Young Wooster

(a) Arthur Wooster, b Oct. 29, 1875, m Ruby, dau Winfield Hodgkins, Lamoine, Me.

Children of Arthur Lamoine

(1) Carroll Carleton, b June 12, 1901.
(2) Henry Winfield, b June 3, 1905.
(3) Emeline Jarvis, b Aug. 20, 1908.

(b) Martha Call, b May 12, 1878, m July 2, 1893, Fontaine Jellison, Bar Harbor, Me.

Children of Martha Call Jellison

(1) Jack Randolph.

IX-281 Crosby Young, (twin with Caroline Young) b Oct. 9, 1851.
IX-282 Hattie Elizabeth, b May 28, 1854, d Aug. 7, 1854.
IX-283 Henry George, b Oct. 19, 1855.

No. VIII-319
        HENRY LUIN WOOSTER
(William7, William6, Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., Jan. 15, 1823, m July 13, 1848, Delphina A., dau Jason Lord, Sullivan, Me., b Sept. 6, 1827. Removed to E. Sullivan, 1848. Master mariner.

Children of Henry Luin Wooster

IX-284 Arabelle, b Nov. 24, 1849, Sullivan, Me., m Capt. Hollis I. Higgins.
IX-285 Alice Josephine, b Sullivan, Me., May 22, 1852.
IX-286 Charles Henry.
IX-287 Lizzie Blake
, b Sullivan, Me., May 3, 1858, d 1897, m Wilton H. Simpson, b Sullivan, Apr. 27, 1857.

No. VIII-364
        ISAAC RICHMOND WOOSTER
(Leonard7, Summers6, Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sept. 15, 1840, d Hancock, Me., effects of a sunstroke, Sept. 6, 1899, m Jan. 8, 1868, Eunice Augusta, dau Jeremiah Wooster, b Mar. 7, 1849. Seafarer and in service of Customs.

Children of Isaac Richmond Wooster

IX-288 Kittie Balke, b Hancock, Me., Apr. 28, 1870, d Somerville, Mass., Mar. 10, 1900, of typhoid pneumonia, m Dec. 25, 1893, Somerville, Charles R. Bunker, Franklin, Me.

Children of Kittie Blake Bunker

(a) Pauline Frances, b Mar. 21 1895.
(b) Carroll Wooster, b June 15, 1899.

IX-289 Helen Augusta, b Hancock, Me., Jan. 6, 1873, d Patten, Me., of tuberculosis, Apr. 15, 1901. Teacher. Graduate of Castine, Me., and Bridgewater, Mass., normal schools.
IX-290 Bertha Mae, b Hancock, Me., Sept. 21, 1880.
IX-291 Carl Richmond.

No. VIII-379
        EDWARD PAYSON WORCESTER
(Isaac Allen7, James6, Luke5, William4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Carmel, Me., Aug. 11, 1844, m Jennie C. Lang, June 30, 1866, who was b Apr. 26, 1848, Palmyra. Me., d Denver, Colo., Apr. 1, 1910. Served three years in 1st Maine Cavalry in Civil War, 1865. Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie, NY. Residence Soldier’s Home, Los Angeles, Cal. Formerly merchant.

Children of Edward Payson Worcester

IX-292 Pliny, b Palmyra, Me., d at the age of ten months.
IX-293 Edward Allen, b Boone, Ia., Sept. 19, 1878. Nebraska University.
IX-294 Waldon Waldo, b Tehamah, Neb., Aug. 15, 1881. Residence Chicago. Manager in Department store.
IX-295 Harry Ervin, b Tehamah, Neb., Apr. 3, 1883. Residence Denver, Colo. Wall paper cleaner and decorator.

No. VIII-389
        GEORGE ELLIOT WORCESTER
(Marshall7, Asa6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Windsor, Vt., July 19, 1836, d Dec. 1919, Glastonburg, Conn., m Mar. 10. 1868, Annie F., dau John and Sarah Tinker, b Waterford, Conn., Feb. 3, 1843, d 1923 (?), Glastonburg, Conn. Educated at S. Woodstock Academy, Vt. Served as sergeant with 14th Conn. Volunteers. Wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness. After the Civil War he went west and was a dairy farmer in Emporia, Kansas.

Children of George Elliot Worcester

IX-296 Lucy Holmes, b Mystic, Conn., July 18, 1869, d Emporia, Kansas, July 30, 1870.
IX-297 Carlos Walton
IX-298 Edwin George.

No. VIII-390
        CARLOS TEWKSBURY WORCESTER
(Marshall7, Asa6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Windsor, Vt., June 7, 1841, d Boston, Mass., buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Vernon Center, Conn., Nov. 5, 1914, m 1st Stonington, Conn., June 3, 1868, Josephine (Josie), dau D.A. Hall, d Vernon, Conn., Feb. 7, 1895, buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Vernon Center, Conn., m 2nd ____, Lucinda of Chelsea, Mass., (she was the widow of his brother, Ira Worcester). Resided Vernon, Conn., Rockville, Conn., Dairy farmer. Member of Fayette Lodge for 40 years. Attended Green Mountain Perkins Academy.

Children of Carlos Tewksbury Worcester

IX-299 Edwin Lawrence.
IX-300 Imogene May
, b Jan. 23, 1878; m Samuel A. Geiger of Glastonbury.

Children of Imogene May Geiger

(a) Roy Edwin, b Jan. 4, 1902, unmarried.

IX-301 Maude, b Verno, Conn., Jan. 16, 1876, d East Windsor, Conn., June 6, 1848 m July 12, 1896, Fred Watson of East Windsor, Conn., b East Windsor Hill, Conn., Sept. 30, 1869, d E. Windsor, Conn., Feb. 26, 1956. He was a painter and wall paper hanger.

Children of Maude Watson

(a) Dora E., b Feb. 15, 1897, d Granby, Conn., Mar. 17, 1963; m Roy Clark.
(b) Carlos E., b Dec. 10, 1898; m Edna Haynesb, June 27, 1911. Had 3 children.
(c) Bernice W., b Oct. 26, 1900, d Aug. 4, 1939, Granby, Conn.; m Roy Clark, who later m Dora.
(d) Helen J., b Apr. 14, 1902, d May 17, 1943, East Windsor, Conn.; m James L. Brown, had 3 children.
(e) Imogene M., b June 16, 1904, d Feb. 10, 1954; m Robert H. Bancroft, had 5 children.
(f) Alfred K., b Aug. 14, 1907, d Jan. 6, 1872; m Margaret Eagleson. No children.
(g) Madeline, b Apr. 6, 1910; m Ralph McCray; had 3 children.
(h) Marshall E., b Jan. 31, 1914; m Irene ___; had 3 children.
(i) Priscilla, b May 7, 1916; m Louis Agnoli; had 3 children.
(j) Winthrop J., b Jan. 13, 1918; m Jeanne Sprague of New Zealand; had 3 children.

No. VIII-395
        FRANK DELANO WORCESTER
(Chauncey7, Asa6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b W. Windsor, Vt., Feb. 4, 1852, d ____, m Aug. 15, 1876, Belle, dau of George and Phoebe (Coffin) Hubbell of Lake George. Educated at Green Mountain Institute, S. Woodstock, Vt. For a period of ten years immediately thereafter he taught school successfully in Windsor County, and he was subsequently for four years employed as a clerk in Boston. Graduated from Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 1885. Practiced homeopathic medicine in Springfield. In 1896 he removed to Keene, NH, to continue his practice. Member of the American Institute of Homeopathy, the Homeopathic Medical societies of Vermont and New Hampshire, the Masonic fraternity and the Improved Orde of Red Men.

Children of Frank Delano Worcester

IX-302 Jessie Belle, b Claremont, NH, Sept. 6, 1883, d Springfield, Vt., May 15, 1891.
IX-303 Beulah May, b Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 19, 1883. Residence Keene, NH. Music teacher.
IX-304 Infant daughter, b Dec. 2, 1893, d Dec. 2, 1893.

No. VIII-398
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George Waldron Worcester

        GEORGE WALDRON WORCESTER
(Chauncey7, Asa6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b W. Windsor, Vt., Sept. 1, 1860, m Mar. 10, 1885, Hattie Corrine Morrison. Hahnemann College, Chicago, 1883, President of Newburyport Homeopathic Hospital. Residence Newburyport, Mass. Physician.

Children George Waldron Worcester

IX-305 Hazel A., b Claremont, NH, Oct. 18, 1887, d Newburyport, Mass., Oct. 28, 1889.
IX-306 Ercell C., b Newburyport, Mass., Aug. 28, 1890, d Nov. 18, 1890.
IX-307 Chauncey M., b Newburyport, Mass., Mar 10, 1892.
IX-308 Chauncey M., b Claremont, NH, Jan. 4 1900.

No. VIII-400
        FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(Alfred7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Windsor, Vt., Nov. 17, 1832, d Enid, Ok., Nov. 4, 1905, m Jerseyville, Ill., Sept. 9, 1856, Matilda M. dau of Fordice Jackson, b Virgennes, Vt., May 1, 1832, d White Hall, Ill., June 22, 1901 (Obituary). Residence, White Hall, Ill. Clerk and farmer.

Children of Frederick Augustus Worcester

IX-309 Dewit Clinton, b Windsor, Vt., July 25, 1857. Residence White Hall, Ill. Farm laborer.
IX-310 Mary Adeline, b White Hall, Ill., Mar. 26, 1866, d White Hall, Feb. 16, 1888, m White Hall, Oct. 28, 1885, John Edwin Brodmarkle, b Greenfield, Ill., Jan. 29, 1860, d Denver, Co., (Fairmont Cemetery, Denver) .
IX-311 Alfred F.

No. VIII-401
        FULTON FARWELL WORCESTER
(Alfred7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Windsor, Vt., Aug. 22, 1847, d White Hall, Ill., Feb. 9, 1907, m White Hall, Ill., Feb. 22, 1872, Amanda dau of Alfred and Elizabeth (Hubbard) White, b Illinois, June 9, 1852, d White Hall, Ill., June 9, 1852, d White Hall, Nov. 23, 1934. Lumber merchant. (Greene County History biography of Fulton)

Children Fulton Farwell Worcester

IX-312 Alfred White, b White Hall, Ill., Feb. 6, 1873, d White Hall, Ill., Aug. 2, 1939; m White Hall, Sept. 29, 1897, Carrie Wiggington. Residence White Hall, Ill. Lumberman.
IX-313 Mary Elizabeth, b White Hall, Ill., May 7, 1884, d White Hall, Ill., July 5, 1928. Residence White Hall.

No. VIII-406
Alfred Worcester

        ALFRED JACKSON WORCESTER
(Linus Ely7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b White Hall, Greene Co., Ill., Apr. 1, 1842, d St. Louis, Mo., Feb., 1889, m July 26, 1864, Laura Emeline dau of William and Jemima (Hodges) McCollister, b Greene Co., Ill., Apr. 27, 1843. d Minn., Apr. 29, 1903, after an operation for a tumor (obituaries). Served with the 14th Illinois Inf. Rgt. during the Civil War. Enlisted June 1, 1861, Co. D, as private; promoted to 1st Lieut., Dec. 24, 1863, Co. G; mustered out July 20, 1864.   Residence St. Louis, Mo. Butcher. Picture of children.

Children of Alfred Jackson Worcester

IX-314 Linus William, b White Hall, Ill., Sept. 26, 1865. Residence Lidgerwood, ND. Jeweler before 1862 and a farmer afterward.
IX-315 Frank Dewain, b Sept. 14, 1868. Residence Red Lodge, Montana. Pharmacist.
IX-316 Howard Wentworth.
IX-317
Marcus Alfred.

No. VIII-407
        WILLIAM PENN WORCESTER
(Linus Ely7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b White Hall, Ill., Apr. 15, 1845, d Oct. 27, 1910, m 1869, Whitewater, Walworth Co., Wisc., Theresa M Clarke, b Whitewater.

Children of William Penn Worcester

IX-318 Mary C., b White Hall, Ill., Aug. 14, 1870, m Washington, DC, Aug. 16, 1894, Philip H. Mattingly. Residence Washington, DC

No. VIII-411
        HENRY CLAY WORCESTER
(Linus Ely7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b White Hall, Ill., Nov. 26, 1858, d Roodhouse, Ill., Feb. 19, 1941; m Winchester, Scott Co., Ill., Oct, 7, 1885, William and Margaret (Knowles) Condit, b Winchester, Ill., Jan. 25, 1865, d Roodhouse, Ill., Apr. 21, 1955. Lumber merchant. Partner in H.C.Worcester & Co. lumber business. Member of the K. of P. Lodge.

Children of Henry Clay Worcester

IX-319 Ella Condit, b Roodhouse, Ill., May 25, 1887, d July 25, 1888.
IX-320 Irene Condit, b Roodhouse, Ill., May 25, 1890.
IX-321 William Linus, b Nov. 20, 1892, d Roodhouse, Ill., Apr., 1973.
IX-322 Richard Ladd, b Roodhouse, Ill.,; m Helen Louise Langel.
IX-323 Paul Condit.
IX-324 Ruth Anna
, b Roodhouse, Ill., June 27, 1899, d Aug. 27, 1899.

No. VIII-412
        RICHARD STORY WORCESTER
(Linus Ely7, Elijah6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b White Hall, Ill., Sept. 14, 1860, d White Hall, Jan. 31, 1934; m Kansas City, Apr. 23, 1890, Minnie S. dau of Joseph and Mary (Baston) Rickart, b White Hall, Dec. 8, 1863, d White Hall, Jan. 11, 1949 (Wedding Announcement and Obituary). Bank clerk.

Children of  Richard Story Worcester

IX-325 Helen Louise, b May 7, 1891, d White Hall, Ill., Aug., 1975.

No. VIII-422
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Hartwell P. Worcester

        HARTWELL P. WORCESTER
(Almond7, Parker6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sept. 27, 1835; m Roxbury, Vt., Aug. 20, 1869, Louisa Jane Ferris. Enlisted from Granville, Vt. Corporal in Co. B, 11th Inf. Regt., Vt. Vol. During his service he suffered from lung problems and rheumatism. He spent time in various hospitals in Virginia and Washington, D.C. He served with his brother Earl as an ambulance driver at Fort Stevens in Washington, D.C. during his convalescence. The doctor who wrote in support of his military pension noted that he was a beloved member of the community. After the War, he worked for the railroad in Roxbury, Vt. Was living on Mar. 17, 1915 when he completed an application for military pension. Residence Warren, Vt.

Children of  Hartwell P. Worcester

IX-326 Jennie M., b May 30, 1860.
IX-327 Fred E., b Apr. 22, 1862.
IX-328 John H or M, b Aug 27, 1867.
IX-329 Jessie M, b Mar. 9, 1869.
IX-330 Lina F., b Jun. 28, 1881

No. VIII-423
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Almond Worcester

        ALMOND WORCESTER
(Almond7, Parker6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Feb. 3, 1837; m Newark, N.J., Sep. 2, 1863, Emma Snow. Enlisted on May 7, 1861, as Sgt. in Co. F, 2nd Regt., Vt. Vol. Commissioned 2nd Lt. on Aug. 4, 1862 (eff. 8/4/1862). Promoted to 1st  Lt on Oct. 13, 1862 (eff. 10/1/1862). He was wounded on May 12, 1864 at the battle of Spotsylvania and mustered out June 29, 1865.  After the War he lived in St. Louis, Mo., for some period of time, but is known to have returned to Warren, Vt. by 1875. Living on Apr. 5, 1915 when he completed a military pension application; and in 1925 when physician completed physical in support of pension. 

Children of Almond Worcester

IX-331 Frank A., b Charleston, Mass, Aug. 22, 1868. Living in 1915.
IX-332  Mable, b Milford, N.H., Jan. 14, 1872, d Aug. 10, 1872.

No. VIII-424
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George B. Worcester

        GEORGE B. WORCESTER
(Almond7, Parker6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Geneva, N.Y., Mar. 21, 1839; m Ferrisburg, Vt., Apr. 2, 1868, Ellen Keefe. Enlisted from Ferrisburg on June 20, 1861, with the rank of Sgt. Commissioned as 2nd Lt. on Mar. 10, 1863. He mustered out on Apr. 5, 1864. He served with Co. G, 2nd Rgt. Vt. Vol. Inf. After contracting syphilis, he was discharged from service ("for inefficiency and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman." - Record and Pension Office, War Dept.) Residences '63 - '68: Ferrisburg, Vt.; '68 - '73: Boston; '73 - '76: Quincy, Ill.; '76 - 1909: Ft. Worth, Tx. Carpenter.

Children of George B. Worcester

IX-333 Georgia Louise, b Jan., 1869.
IX-334 James Albert, b Jul, 1873.

 

No. VIII-426
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Ada Marie Garland Worcester James Barney Worcester

          JAMES BARNEY WORCESTER
(Almond7, Parker6, Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ferrisburg, Vt., Jan. 26, 1845, d Everet, Mass., (Woodlawn Cemetery), 1927, m Dec. 19, 1872, Ada Marie Garland,  b Newington, NH, Dec. 1, 1853, (in Rev. Joseph Adams’ homestead), d Sept. 1, 1916. Residences Charlestown, Mass., Somerville, Mass. Cabinetmaker, builder and manufacturer. Family Portrait.

Children of James B. Worcester

IX-335 John Almond.
IX-336 Ethel, b Charleston, Mass., Oct. 28, 1882, d Everett, Mass. (Woodlawn Cemetery), July 28, 1935, m 1907, Waldo Page Cutler, b Cambridge, Mass., July 25, 1875, d Feb. 20, 1943. Salem Teacher’s College, 1903. School teacher.

Children of Ethel Cutler

(a) James Page Cutler, b Somerville, Mass., Sept. 5, 1908, m Apr. 20, 1935, Frances Louise Stevens, b Dec. 4, 1905, Portland. Me. B.S., New York University, 1930. Funeral director. Lt.(SG), US Naval Reserve. Residence Weston, Mass, Arlington, Mass.

Children of James Page Cutler

(1) Theodore Page, b Portland, Me., Mar. 27, 1937, m Apr. 9, 1959, Judith Alice Farmer, b Feb. 14, 1936, Kansas City, Mo. B.S., Bus. Adm., Boston Univ., June 5, 1959. Residence Denver, Colo.

Children of Theodore Page Cutler

(A) Susan Frances
(B) Wayne Page

(2) Steven Wingate, b Portland, Me., Feb. 20, 1940, m June 29, 1963, Joyce Carol Gazzaniga, b May 2, 1941, North Adams, Mass. B.S., Journalism, Boston University, 1963. Staff Sergeant, Army Security Agency.

Children of Steven Wingate Cutler

(A) Jeffrey Page.
(B) Jon Wingate.

(b) Richard Worcester, b Somerville, Mass., Apr. 6, 1917, d Aug. 11, 1964 (Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Mass.) m Jan., 1949, Lois Quick Reid (divorced). U.S. Naval Reserve - Ship’s Cook. U.S. Government, Civil Service. Residence Indian Harbor, Florida at time of death.

Children of Richard Worcester Cutler

(1) David Page.
(2) Charles (twin of Peter).
(3) Peter (twin of Charles).

IX-337 Daniel.
IX-338
Helen Maria, b June 30, 1888, Somerville, Mass., d July 19, 1967. Unmarried. Secretary.
IX-339 Wayne James.
IX-340 Mabel
, b Somerville, Mass., Sept. 4, 1897, d Hingham, Mass, Oct. 4, 1988; m June 30, 1923, Alfred Carlyle Thomas, b Newton Highlands, Mass., Feb. 26, 1897, d ___. Salem Teacher’s College, 1917, Keene NH, Teachers’ College, B.A., 1937. Residences Wollaston, Mass. and Dover, NH. Teacher, cataloguer.

Children of Mabel Thomas

(a) Helen Marie, b Newton, Mass., Dec. 2, 1923, d _____, m Nov. 26, 1949, Raymond Warren Wesley, b New York, NY, Nov. 4, 1917, d Washington, DC, May 26, 1993 (buried in Quantico National Cemetery). Registered Nurse.

Children of Helen Marie Wesley

(1) Beverly Jean, b Ft. Belvoir, Va., July 4, 1951; m1st Feb. 3, 1979, Jeffrey Richard Templeton, b Des Moisne, Ia., May 30, 1930 (divorced 9/7/99); m 2d Mar. 10, 2000, William Edward Dasch, Jr., b Ft. Meade, Md., Mar. 15, 1950, educ, BS Geology, Old Dominion University; occup., US Army officer.

Children of Beverly Jean Templeton

(A)  Emily Marie, b Des Moisne, Ia., Oct. 28, 1980.
(B)   Catherine Ann, Alexandria, Va., Dec. 8, 1985.

(2) Warren William, b Bordeaux, France, Apr. 9, 1954. Attended Atlantic Christian College, S.C.

(b) Ethel Jane, b Dover, NH, Jan. 7, 1923, m Sept. 12, 1954, Charles Malcolm Fletcher, b Nov. 30, 1923, Boston, Mass. He was a nuclear ship mechanical designer. She was Nurse Cadet Corps, 1944-47. Mount Auburn Hospital School of Nursing, 1948. Residences Houston, Tx., Pembroke, Mass. Registered nurse.

Children of Ethel Jane Fletcher

(1) Janet Ellen, b Houston, Tx., Dec. 14, 1960.
(2) James Alan, b Houston, Tx., Apr. 30, 1963..

(c) Alfred Carlyle, b Dover, NH, Aug. 23, 1929, m July 30, 1960, Nancy Clifford Thomas, b May 14, 1931, Quincy, Mass. A.B., Bus. Adm., Suffolk University, 1959. Residences Braintree, Mass, Higham, Mass. Office manager.

Children of Alfred Carlyle Thomas, Jr.

(1) Cynthia Jean (adopted).
(2) Alvin Clifford (adopted)
(3) Deborah Anne.
(4) Elaine Louise.
(5) Kenneth William.

No. VIII-440
        WILLIAM DAVID WORCESTER
(
Marsina Bannister7, Jonathan6, Samuel5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Troup Co., Ga., Oct. 25, 1848, d Van Zandt Co., Tx., May 7, 1892 (Bright Star Cemetery). m Mar. 1, 1874, Ruth Elizabeth Brien, b Rains Co., Tx., May 13, 1854, d Rains Co., Tx., Jan. 9, 1902. Farmer and bronco buster.

Children of William David Worcester

IX-341  Sarah Elizabeth, b Rains Co. Tx., Jan. 18, 1875.
IX-342 Mary Larinda, b Rains Co., Tx., Oct. 2, 1876.
IX-343 William Marion, b Rains Co., Tx., Oct. 25, 1878.
IX-344 James Wesley, b Rains Co., Tx., May 22, 1881.
IX-345 Bethany Francine, b Rains Co, Tx., Sept. 1, 1885; m Nov. 11, 1900, Point, Tx., Henry CRooke Gill of Bertie Co, NC, b Apr. 21, 1877, d Jan. 11, 1948. She died Hunt Co, Tx., Oct. 3, 1960.

Children of Bethany Francine Gill

(a) - Raymond Brien, b Jul. 20, 1902, m Ova W. Nelson, d Octr. 5, 1978.

(b) - Vilet Vada Mill, b Raines Co., Tx., Feb. 23, 1904; m Nov. 15. 1924, Herbert Vivian Ice; d Dec. 24, 1903.

IX-346 Infant boy, b Oct. 12, 1886.
IX-347 Charles Alfred, b Rains Co., Tx., July 8, 1888.
IX-348  Emma Gertrude, b Rains Co., Feb. 14, 1891.

No. VIII-443
        HERMAN BYRON WORCESTER
(Seneca W.7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ticonderoga, NY, Jan. 3, 1842, m July 15, 1872, Henrietta Matilda Cross, b Syracuse, NY, Jan.10, 1843, d San Jose, Cal., Aug. 7, 1907, served in Civil War, Co. B, 18th Wisconsin Volunteers. Discharged 1863. Moved to Cal. in 1875, established the Garden City Business College in San Jose, where he conducted the work for 34 years. Was professor in the University of the Pacific for 3 years; afterward taught in the State Normal School at San Jose. Residence San Francisco, Cal.

Children of Herman Byron Worcester

IX-349 Harris Cross, b July 19, 1874, m 1902, Ardella M. Stephens of San Jose, b 1875, grad. from the College of the Pacific. He grad. College of the Pacific, College Park, Cal., 1897. Studied and taught music in Chicago. Established the Worcester School of Music, San Jose, Cal., 1899. Both Mr. and Mrs. Worcester taught in the Worcester School of Music.
IX-350 H. Roy, b July 14, 1883.

No. VIII-445
        DAVID BRAINERD WORCESTER
(Seneca W.7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Rockford, Ill., Mar. 11, 1847, m Rockwell City, Ia., Nov. 18, 1875, Martha Gregg, d Lake City, Ia., Mar. 21, 1898.

Children of David Brainerd Worcester

IX-351 Willard G.
IX-352 Carrie Mabel
, b near Clear Lake, Ia., Oct. 2, 1883. Violinist, Drake University and Cornell College, Ia. Residence Isla, Minn.

No. VIII-447
        ELMER ERNEST WORCESTER
(Seneca W.7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Harlem, Ill., Oct. 4, 1861, m Dec. 28, 1887, Lulu Burrows, b Murphy’s, Cal., Aug. 27, 1863. Residence San Jose, Cal.

Children of Elmer Ernest Worcester

IX-353 Walter Weston, b Nov. 3, 1890.
IX-354 Howard Leslie, b Sept. 7, 1892.

No. VIII-452
      EDWARD DARIUS WORCESTER
(Dennis Warner7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Roscoe, Ill., June 28, 1882, m Lydia Ann Dobson, b Sept. 18, 1864, Waterloo, Ia.

Children of Edward Darius Worcester

IX-355 Harry Wilbur, b St. Paul, Minn., Mar. 17, 1884, m Chicago, Dec. 15, 1909, Ida May Quenn.
IX-356 Clifton Dobson, b Waterloo, Ia., Apr. 17, 1886, m Aug. 4, 1906, Eva Peterson.
IX-357 Mae Belle, b Rockford, Ill., Nov. 15, 1887, m July 17, 11907, Arthur Lindblad, Chicago.

Children of Mae Belle Lindblad

(a) Helen Grace, b July 3, 1908.
(b) Marshall Arthur, b June 6, 1909.

IX-358 Edward Vernon, b Rockford, Ill., May 1, 1889, m Nov. 19, 1910, Ann Carlson, Morton Park, Ill.
IX-359 Nina Hazel , b Rockford, Ill., Feb. 7, 1891.
IX-360 Vera Gladys, b Chicago, Ill., Apr. 3, 1892.
IX-361 Kenneth Neil, b Chicago, Ill., Apr. 15, 1906.

No. VIII-454
        ERNEST ILLSLEY WORCESTER
(Dennis Warner7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Roscoe, Ill., Dec. 20, 1864, m May 12, 1887, Julia Ella McAffee, b Roscoe, June 5, 1868. Residence Chicago, Ill.

Children of Ernest Illsley Worcester

IX-362 Max Ernest, b Roscoe, Aug. 29, 1888, m Mar. 15, 1913, Julia M. Hazen. Residence Chicago.
IX-263 Earl James, b Chicago, Ill., Aug. 23, 1889, m Feb. 19, 1913, Esther Luhrson. Residence Chicago.
IX-364 Bryce Vernon, b Feb. 19, 1891, d Mar. 7, 1891.
IX-365 Ralph Clayton, b Chicago, Aug. 9, 1892.
IX-366 Wayne Arthur, b Chicago, Dec. 20, 1893.
IX-367 Madelyn, b Chicago, Feb. 16, 1902.

No. VIII-459
        LESTER RAY WORCESTER
(Leverette Downs7, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Broadhead, Wisc., Jan. 20, 1874, d Hays, KS, Dec. 21, 1950; m Guy, Kansas, July 19, 1894, Octa May Bird, b DeKalb Co., Missouri, May 24, 1874, d Hill City, KS. Farmer and mail carrier in rural Kansas. Family History

Children of Lester Ray Worcester

IX-368 Ray Bird.
IX-369 Adelbert Downs.
IX-370  Eva Lorene Marie
, b Apr. 13, 1898, d Feb. 23, 1993; m 1st Apr. 13, 1917, Jessie A. Hall, b Feb. 22, 1896, d Jan 23, 1973; m2d Feb. 16, 1976, Ancel O. Lewis. Reatil sales.

Children of Eva Lorene Marie Hall

(a)  Lester James, b Mar. 4, 1918, d Aug. 16, 1972; m Apr. 15, 1943 Betty Glenn

Children of Lester James Hall

(i)  Jerry Lee, b Feb. 21, 1947; m Sept. 30, 1967, Geraldine Mac Kay, b Mar. 31, 1946

Children of Jerry Lee Hall

(A)  Eric Lee, b Oct. 10, 1968.
(B)  Brian Harper, b Apr. 21, 1971.

IX-371 Milo Eugene.
IX-372 John Leverette
, b July 16, 1901, d Mar. 1904.
IX-373 Erma Esther, b July 8, 1903, d Sept. 22, 1995; m June 1, 1923, William Paul Killion II, b July 19, 1903, d June 29, 1972. Railroad.

Children of Emma Esther Killion II

(a)  William Paul, b Mar. 7, 1924; m Aug. 1, 1944, Eleanor Ellajane Moniger, b Aug. 26, 1926. Railroad Agent, telegrapher.

Children of William Paul Killion

(1)  William Paul, b May 7, 1947; m June 1, 1969, Connie Prell, b July 31, 1948

Children of William Paul Killion

(A)  Richard Dean Gravenstein, b Dec. 10, 1970
(B)  David Chris, b Jan. 16, 1972.
(C)  Timothy Edward, b May 9, 1973.
(D)  Elicia Dawn, b June 28, 1980

(2)  Phil Wendell, b June 30, 1949, m Aug. 21, 1971, Jean Christine Hansen, b May 15, 1950

Children of Phil Wenbdell Killion

(A) Jennifer Ann, b June 17, 1972.
(B)  James William, b Oct. 14, 1974.

(3)  Pamela Lynn, b Apr. 22, 1951, d Oct. 10, 1995; m Sept. 27, 1980, Renin Jacques Rieur, b Sept. 23, 1955

Children of Pamela Lynn Rieur

(A)  Emily Alexandria, b Dec. 22, 1983.
(B)  Renin Paul Killion, b Aug. 21, 1988.

(4)  Patricia Lee, b Apr. 7, 1955; m Nov. 5, 1977, Jerry Dean Powell, b Aug. 19, 1954.

Children of Patricia Lee Powell

(A)  Leah Andrea, b June 5, 1982.

(5)  Polly Lori, b Dec. 9, 1962; m Mar. 5, 1983, Curt Donald Olson (divorced 1993), b Sept. 7, 1962.

Children of Polly Lori Olson

(A)  Ashley Lynn, b Apr. 19, 1984.
(B)  Aimee Jayne, b Aug. 26, 1987.

(b)  Marvin Lee, b Mar. 30, 1927; m June 19, 1954, Ruth Miller, b June 17, 1922, d Dec. 13, 1980. Banker.

Children of Marvin Lee Killion

(1)  Linda Rae, b May 7, 1955; m July 19, 1980, Jim Healow, b Dec. 11, 1954.

Children of Linda Rae Healow

(A)  Christopher Gregory, b Oct. 5, 1982.
(B)  Rachel Ruth, b July 28, 1986.
(C)  Sarah Rose, b Sept. 17, 1991.

(2)  Mark Leon, b Jan. 26, 1957; m Aug. 26, 1978, Mary Smith, b Sept. 28, 1959.

Children of Mark Leon Killion

(A) Michelle Lee, b Oct. 17, 1978.
(B)  Megan Leanne, b July 15, 1994.

(c)  Leon Ray, b June 10, 1934, d Feb. 11, 1936.
(d)  Infant, b Mar. 3, 1940, d Mar 5, 1940.
(e)  LaVerne Thomas, b Mar. 19, 1941, m Aug. 18, 1962, Nicki Lynn Dougherty, b Jan. 1, 1945, divorced Apr. 8, 1977. m 2nd May 21, 1977, Susan Kirkton, b Jan. 20, 1942. He was in communications - broadcast business.

Children of LaVerne Thomas Killion by 1st m

(i)  Lane Thomas, b Aug. 17, 1967; m July 21, 1991, Dana Loraine Osbourne, b Aug. 10, 1970.

Children of Lane Thomas Osbourne

(A)  Taylor Lorraine, b July 20, 1994.

IX-374 Price LaRue.
IX-375 Vernon Thomas.
IX-376 Frances May
, Feb. 23, 1910, d Aug. 15, 1993; m Apr. 22, 1929, Shester Leroy Baird, b Oct. 31, 1903, d Feb. 3, 1992.

Children of Frances May Baird

(a)  Dorris Jean, b Mar. 30, 1931; m Nov. 6, 1953, Clinton Smith, b July 21, 1929, Teacher.

Children of Dorris Jean Smith

(1)  Stanley Allen, b Oct. 11, 1957; m July 12, 1986, Barbara Stearns, b Apr. 21, 1957.

Children of Stanley Allen Smith

(A)  Stephanie Lauren, b July 22, 1988.
(B)   Jordan Alan, b Mar. 27, 1990.
(C)   Jacob Alan, b Feb. 8, 1994.

(2)  Carrie Lee, b Jan. 21, 1961; m1st Nov. 26, 1982, Charles Edward Potts (divorced Mar. 16, 1991); m 2d Mar. 16, 1991, Chris Spina, b Jan. 19, 1957..

Children of Carrie Lee Potts

(A)  Ashley Jean, b Jan. 20, 1984.
(B)   Danielle Nicole, b Sept. 26, 1986.

(b)  Janet Ann, b Dec. 31, 1932; m1st Aug. 8, 1952, Elwyn Hensel, b Apr. 2, 1927, d Apr. 29, 1961; m 2d Oct. 17, 1964, Robert Shoales, b Sept. 25, 1931, d May 18, 1977; m3d Sept. 12, 1984, Gary Allen Duncan, b Sept. 2, 1944 (divorced June 20, 1990)..

Children of Janet Ann Hensel by 1st m

(1)  Cynthia Jean, b Aug. 5, 1953; m1st Dec. 2, 1978, Robert Schultz (divorced Oct. , 1980), m2d July 25, 1988, Robert Vennes, b Aug. 23, 1963.

(2)  James Kent, b Sept. 2, 1955; m Aug. 5, 1978, Vickie Smith, b Aug. 8, 1955

Children of James Kent Hensel

(A)  Justin Thomas, b Oct. 31, 1982.
(B)   Jameson Robert, b May 28, 1984.
(C)   Jarryd James, b Jan. 30, 1986.

Children of Janet Ann Hensel by 2d m

(3)  Jennifer Elaine, b June 3, 1965; m July 2, 1989, James A. Reiner, b Dec. 31, 1963

(c)  Betty Mae, b Aug. 9, 1934; m1st Aug. 12, 1955, Richard Alvin Pierce, b Aug. 9, 1934 (divorced); m2d June 22, 1974, Jack Towne.  

Children of Betty Mae Pierce by 1st m

(1)  Stacy Lynn, b Aug. 3, 1961; m 1st Rick Gordon, b May 31, 1952 Joshua David, b Dec. 16, 1981 (divorced 1985); m 2d Mar. 9, 1987, Christopher Gurney, b Oct. 18, 1964; m3d Aug. 25, 1994, Michael Lee Bundren, b Aug. 25, 1964.

Children of Stacy Lynn Bundren

(A)  Michael James, b June 16, 1986.
(B)  Jacob Aaron, b Sept. 28, 1988.
(C)  Nicholas Earl, b May 15, 1991.
(D)  Benjamin Cody, b Dec. 19, 1995.

(2)  Randolph Chester Floyd, b June 17, 1964; m Aug. 19, 1987, Jo Ann Fu Miko Bunya, b June 17, 1964.

IX-377 Marthella Ann, b Aug. 1, 1912; m Nov. 8, 1930, Joe David Brumbaugh, b Mar. 16, 1910.

Children of Marthella Ann Brumbaugh

(a)  Phyllis Jo, b Aug. 26, 1931; m Dec. 11, 1949, Rodger H. Stewart, b Oct. 31, 1928.

Children of Phyllis Jo Stewart

(1)  Joe Dean, b Jan. 7, 1951; m Aug. 21, 1976, Ruth Goring, b July 4, 1954 (divorced).

Children of Joe Dean Stewart

(A)  Claire Elesa, b Dec. 7, 1977.
(B)   Graham Benjamin, b May 13, 1982.

(2)  Sheri Ann, b May 17, 1952; m Feb. 5, 1973, Michael Page, b July 20, 1944.

Children of Sheri Ann Page

(A)  Buffy Leigh, b July 25, 1973; m July 29, 1995, Eric Woodward.
(B)   Hayley Marie, b Mar. 26, 1980.

(3)  Stephanie Kay, b Jan. 8, 1961; m June 11, 1983, Wesley Bjornstad, b Apr. 20, 1955.

  Children of Stephanie Kay Bjornstad

(A)  Audrey Aurora, b Apr. 6, 1984.
(B)   Kelsey Jo, b Apr. 2, 1987.

(b)  Carrol Jean, b Feb. 18, 1933; m Oct. 1, 1950, Forrest Albert Burkholder, b Sept. 16, 1928, d Apr. 20, 1990.

Children of Carrol Jean Burholder

(1)  Jeffrey Lee, b Feb. 21, 1953; m Aug. 5, 1972, Rhonda Scott, b May 29, 1953

Children of Jeffrey Lee Burkholder

(A)  Cody Scott, b May 21, 1980.
(B)   Katelyn Brooke, b Oct. 12, 1982.

(2)  Michael Joe, b Apr. 13, 1954; m June 3, 1973, Janiece Louise Wineland, b Apr. 24, 1955.

Children of Michael Joe Burkholder

(A)  Jeremy Michael, b Aug. 5, 1976.
(B)   Joshua Brian, b July 14, 1982.

(3)  John Scott, b June 3, 1965.

(c)  Eileen Ann, b Dec. 10, 1934; m1st Sept. 13, 1953, Robert M. Dietrich, b June 22, 1925, d Jan. 16, 1959; m 2d Oct. 6, 1967, Erald Haston, b Oct. 13, 1923, d Aug. 8, 1989.

Children of Eileen Ann Dietrich

(1)  Dianne Denise, b Aug. 10, 1954; m Aug. 3, 1973, Robert Williams, b Sept. 12, 1952.

Children of Dianne Denise Williams

(A)  Jason Mathias, b Nov. 4, 1973.
(B)   Cydney Jane Ann, b Sept. 15, 1987.

(2)  Robert George, b June 5, 1957; m1st Sept. 28, 1978, Rhonda Howe (divorced); m2d Aug. 6, 1985, Sandra Jay Kays, b Oct. 9, 1957.

Children of JRobert George Dietrich

(A)  Bradley Martin, Oct. 20, 1980.
(B)   Joseph Lyle, b Mar. 13, 1987.
(C)   Morgan Denise, b Nov. 2, 1994.

(d)  Margaret Dianne, b Sept. 30, 1939; m Mar 22, 1957, Donovan Roll Williams, b Apr. 25, 1937.

Children of Margaret Dianne Williams

(1)  Steven Mark, b Sept. 27, 1958; m Sept. 5, 1982, Arlene Hillman, b June 13, 1958

Children of Steven Mark Williams

(A)  Bryce Randall, b Mar. 22, 1985.
(B)   Jenna Dianne, b Mar. 7, 1991.

(2)  Randall Scott, b Sept. 23, 1959; m Mar 2, 1985, Debbie Lou Rhine, b Aug. 4, 1960.

Children of Randall Scott Williams

(A)  Nolan Reed, b June 1, 1986.
(B)   Chase Donovan, b Apr. 22, 1989.
(C)   Mason Scott, b Jan. 16, 1992.
(D)   Morgan Dianne, b Dec. 7, 1992.

(3)  Janice Dawn, b July 17, 1961; m1st Aug. 7, 1972, Topdd Crowder (divorced); m2d May 1, 1987, John Lee Prough, b Apr. 16, 1958.

Children of Janice Dawn Prough

(A)  Jake William, b June 7, 1988.
(B)   Jayci Dianne, b Mar. 29, 1993.
(C)   Justin Scott, b Jan. 26, 1996.

IX-378 Jessie Lea.
IX-379 Lois Dell
, b Mar. 28, 1918; m Feb. 8, 1941, Howard Lawrence Handy, b Dec. 24, 1917.

Children of Lois Dell Handy

(a)  Howard James, b July 19, 1946; m Feb. 8, 1991, Donna Bidwell, b Jan. 18, 1948 (divorced 2/8/93)
(b)  Burt Ray, b Jan. 17, 1949; June 17, 1972, Debra Georgyne Mitchell, b May 14, 1953, (divorced 1975); m2d 1982, Velle Mere Wernke.
(c)  Carl Lawrence, b Mar. 14, 1950; m1st  Dec. 24, 1973, Denice Rene Webb, b Mar. 16, 1952, (divorced 1975); m2d Dec. 4, 1976, Claudia Pallais, b May 12, 1948.

Children of Carl Lawrence Handy by 1st m

(1)  Sarah Rene, b July 8, 1974; m Nov. 5, 1993, Mathew John Garrett.

Children of Carl Lawrence Handy by 2nd m

(2)  Amy Christina, b Jan. 26, 1980.

(d)  Daniel Louis, b Dec. 26, 1957; m Sept. 19, 1981, Frances Missel, b Feb. 21, 1957.

Children of Daniel louis Handy

(1)   Heather Marie, b June 9, 1983.
(2)   Michael Daniel, b June 16, 1984.

IX-380 Nelda Lo Rae, b Jan. 6, 1920; m Nov. 226, 1941, Gordon Lamar Griffith, b Oct. 12, 1921.

Children of Nelda Lo Rae Griffith

(a)  Michele Ann, b Apr. 30, 1944; m1st June 25, 1966, James Arthur Harrold, b Aug. 8, 1941 (divorced 2/4/92); m2d Apr. 9, 1994, Melvin Jobe Warner, Jr., b May 30, 1942.

Children of Michelle Ann Harrold

(1)  Kristin Nicole, b Oct. 16, 1968; m Sept. 22, 1990, James Warren Leggett, b Mar. 13, 1968.

Children of Kristin Nicole Leggett

(A)  Hannah Michelle, b Apr. 25, 1996.

(2)   Jason Masterson, b Dec. 17, 1969.
(3)   Megan Suzanne, b July 23, 1972.

(b)  Michael Lewis, b June 29, 1945; m1st Sept. 7, 1968, Pamela Kay Hill, b Mar. 18, 1945, d Dec. 22, 1993; m2d Mar. 11, 1995, Lynn Marie Manley, b Oct 14, 1946.

Children of Michael Lewis Griffith by 1st m

(1)  Colleen Renee, b Nov. 22, 1973.
(2)  Benjamin Lewis, b Feb. 19, 1975.

No. VIII-466
        JAMES FRANK WORCESTER
(Joseph W.7, Samuel6, Benjamin6, Benjamin5, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Apr. 2, 1846, m Jan. 3, 1871, Mary Jane Pickworth of Pittsfield, Oh., b Mar. 10, 1856. residence Columbus, Oh. He attended Oberlin College, Oh. His early years were spent on the farm. Later he became travelling salesman for the Standard Oil Comp., and moved his family to Columbus, Oh. After twelve years with Standard Oil, he returned to farm life. He was always active in the civic and religious life of his community.

Children of James Frank Worcester

IX-381 Wood Frank.
IX-382 Warner William.
IX-383 Wolsey Garnet.

No. VIII-473
        WILLIAM WILDER WORCESTER
(Benjamin F.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1855, m 1880, Sarah A. "Sadie" Denn. Residence Elyria, Oh.

Children of William Wilder Worcester

IX-384 Lawrence A.

No. VIII-474
        LEONARD A. WORCESTER
(Benjamin F.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1858, d 1934, m 1883, Marion Ives, b 1866, d 1910.

Children of Leonard A. Worcester

IX-385 Bessie M., m ____ McDonald.
IX-386 Devillo Leroy
IX-387 Orlo D.

IX-388 Elizabeth, m ____ Darmour, d c1850.

No. VIII-475
        HORACE HENRY WORCESTER
(John7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1)
b Sudbury, Vt., Aug. 8, 1841; m Pittsfield, Oh., 1862, Lida Ivesb b Jan. 9, 1844, Residences Dunlap, KS and Pittsfield, Oh.

Children of Horace Henry Worcester

VIII-475-1   Eldora A., b Pittsfield, Oh., May 12, 1864.

VIII-475-2   Letta M., b Pittsfield, Oh., Nov. 14, 1866.

VIII-475-3   Viola E., b Pittsfield, Oh., Oct. 10, 1872.

VIII-475-4   John O., b Pittsfield, Oh., Feb. 29, 1872.

VIII-475-5   Pearl O., b Pittsfield, Oh., Aug. 8, 1875.

VIII-475-6   Maude M., b Pittsfield, Oh., Aug. 28, 1878.

VIII-475-7  Joseph Horace.

 

 

No. VIII-482
        CHARLES DOUGLASS WORCESTER
(David M.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Pittsfield, Oh., Jan. 25, 1850, d 1939, m Oberlin, Oh., July 18, 1879, Lydia A. Jerney, b 1857, d 1931. Residence Wilkinsburg, Pa. Insurance agent.

Children of Charles Douglass Worcester

IX-389 Vernon J., b Oberlin, Oh., 1881. Residence Pittsburgh, Pa. Telephone operator.
IX-390 Jay B., b Greenwich, Oh., 1882. Residence Elyria, Oh. Carpenter.
IX-391 Evan Ray, b Galion, Oh., 1884. Residence Wilkensburg, Pa., Traffic manager.
IX-392 Ruth Ina, b Galion, Oh., 1889, m ____ Hibler. Residence Hiram, Oh.

No. VIII-484
        EDWARD JEROME WORCESTER
(David M.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Pittsfield, Oh., Feb. 19, 1854, d 1939m 1st Wakeman, Oh., June 6, 1876, Edith J. Carter, b 1856, d 1891, m 2nd Jennie ___.

Children of Edward Jerome Worcester

IX-393 Levi Lavern.
IX-394 Ida L.
, m ____ Whitney.
IX-395 Arthur C.
IX-396 Coral A., m ____ Whitney.
IX-397 Herman L.
IX-398 Elsie J., m Smith Myers.

No. VIII-488
        FREDERICK DAVID WORCESTER
(David M.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Pittsfield, Oh., Aug. 23, 1863, m Elyria, Oh., Dec. 22, 1887, Harriet "Hattie" Hutchins.

Children of Frederick David Worcester

IX-399 William.
IX-400 Harold D.
IX-401 Marie.

No. VIII-490
        GEORGE ROSCOE WORCESTER
(David M.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Dec. 25, 1900, Minna Anna "Minnie" Arndt, b 1879, d 1963.

Children of George Roscoe Worcester

IX-402 Hazel Marie, b Oberlin, Oh., Nov. 5, 1905; m Nov. 23, 1944, Edward Charles Schekelhoff, b Fremont, Oh., Apr. 20, 1893. Oberlin H.S.; Oberlin Business College. Employed with the Ohio State Bureau of Employment Services. President, Oberlin Business Women’s Club; President, White’s Landing Fire Department Auxiliary; President, Thomas Neil Womens’ Relief Corps.; Volunteer, American Red Cross; volunteer, Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home, Sandusky, Oh.

Children of Hazel Marie Schekelhoff

(a) Edward William, b Lakewood, Oh., May 20, 1926. Owner, Tiffin Brake and Wheel, Tiffin, Oh.

IX-403 Ada Mae, b Oberlin, Oh., Mar. 21, 1910, m Oct. 4, 1929, Charles Cook, b Elyria, Oh., July 20, 1905, d Oberlin, Oh., Feb. 17, 1951. Wedding coordinator. He was a machinist. He served in World War II as Staff Sgt in the Air Force.
IX-404 Florene Emma, b Oberlin, Oh., Aug. 4, 1911. President, Oberlin Edication Ass’n; United Methidist Church. Residence, Oberlin, Oh.
IX-405 Gertrude Catherine, b Oberlin, Oh., May 31, 1914; m May 27, 19__, Cecil Puls, b Newfoundland, Aug. 3, 1920, (divorced). Residences, Oberlin, Oh.; Elyria, Oh.; Redondo Beach, Calif.; Homeland, Calif.

Children of Gertrude Catherine Puls

(a) Elaine Marie, b Sept. 22, 1932.
(b) George Cecil, b July 19, 1937
(c) Richard Eugene, b July 28, 1935
(d) Edith Mae, b Sept. 30, 1938

No. VIII-495
John Fremont Worcester

        JOHN FREMONT WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1856, d 1932, m Oct. 13, 1879, Frances Minerva "Minnie" Biggs, b 1860, d 1925. Residence Pittsfield, Russia, and Ridgeville Twps., Oh. Picture of John Fremont and Family c. 1910.

Children of John Fremont Worcester

IX-406 Grace, b 1880, d 1954, m ____ Williams.
IX-407 Belle, b 1881, d 1892.
IX-408 Howard Delores.
IX-409 Olive
, b 1884, d 1915, m Ernest Rogers.
IX-410 Cassie L., b 1888, d 1959, m Amil Smith.
IX-411 Phoebe P., b 1889, d 1963, m 1908, Charles Eskins.
Eskin
Charles Albert and Phoebe Pyliss Eskins Wedding picture - 1908

 


IX-412 Ruth A., b 1890, d 1980, m Walter Green.
IX-413 Infant, d young.
IX-414 Mabel Ann, b 1895, d 1978, m John H. Sigsworth.
IX-415 John Andrew.
IX-416 Stanley T.
IX-417 Dewey R.
IX-418 Mildred Frances
, b 1901, d 1961, m Glen L. Stranahan.
IX-419 Bernice I, b 1904, m Albert P. Bachman.

No. VIII-497
James Raymond Worcester

        JAMES RAYMOND WORCESTER (
James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1860, d 1938, m 1882, Eunice Layton, b 1865, d 1941. Residence Oberlin, Oh.

Children of James Raymond Worcester

IX-420 Charlotte M. "Lottie", b Aug. 18, 1883, d Jan. 1, 1967, m 1st Frank Roger, m 2nd John Clark, b 1872, d 1945. She had 10 children, two by first m., eight by second.

Children of Charlotte M. Clark

(a) Jeannette Betty, b Mar. 12, 1918, Oberlin, Oh., m Jan. 12, 1935, Walter Thomas Greene, bMay 2, 1916, d July 14, 1970.

Children of Jeannette Betty Greene

(1) Thomas John, b 1935.
(2) Robert William, b 1939.
(3) Timothy Clark., b 1945.

IX-421 Inez E. "Ina", m ____ Austin.
IX-422 Philip R.
IX-423 Daniel Calvert.
IX-424 Marguerite
, m ____ Smith.
IX-425 Nellie G., m ____ Reisinger.

No. VIII-498
        SAMUEL PARKER WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1862, d 1926, m 1884, Eva Gibbs. Residence Elyria, Oh.

Children of Samuel Parker Worcester

IX-426 Robert R., d young.
IX-427 Roy Otis.
IX-428 Infant.

No. VIII-499
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Perry Guy Worcester

        PERRY GUY WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Pittsfield, Oh., May 1, 1863, m Mentor, Oh., Feb. 27, 1889, Emily C. Corning. For the first twenty-one years of his life he lived almost entirely on the farm, and then learned the trade of carpenter and the contracting trade. He had for many years taken much interest in the Masonic order, and was affiliated with the Lodge, Royal Arch Chapter, Knight Templar and Commandery, was a thirty-second degree Mason and belonged to Alkoran Temple, Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, at Cleveland, Oh. He served as junior warden of his lodge and was generalissimo in the Knights Templar. In politics he was a Republican. Residence Oberlin and Mentor, Oh.

Children of Perry Guy Worcester

IX-429 Nelson C., b June 1, 1891. Residence Oberlin, Oh.
IX-430 Mills E., b Dec. 3, 1894, Residence Oberlin, Oh.
IX-431 Emily A., b June 12, 1907
IX-432 Hariet Elizabeth, b Sept. 16, 1900, d Feb. 5, 1905.

No. VIII-500
Harley Otis Worcester

        HARLEY OTIS WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1865, d 1938, m 1st about 1887, Margaret "Maggie" Davidson, b 1863, d 1889, m 2nd about 1899, Mary Eunice Noland, b 1867, d 1941. Residence Oberlin, Oh.

Children of Harley Otis Worcester by first marriage

IX-433 Harley E.

Children of Harley Otis Worcester by second marriage

IX-434 Dorr O.
IX-435 Myron H.
IX-436 Fay L.
, m ____ Teets.

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Erwin McRoberts Worcester

No. VIII-503
        ERWIN McROBERTS WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Jan. 31, 1871, d 1970, m 1st Mar., 1897, Bertha C., dau of Edwin Baggaley of England, b Weston, Oh., m 2nd Thelma V Peacher Wendt, a widow. Member of the Second Congregationalist Church at Oberlin. He traveled to the Far West and from San Francisco sailed out on various vessels along the Pacific Coast and in the Pacific trade as a salt water mariner for four years. Attended Oberlin Academy, 1895.Residence Oberlin, and Toledo, Oh.

Children of Erwin McRoberts Worcester

IX-437 Marion Emeline, m ____ Klermund.
IX-438 Madge, m ____ Shepard.
IX-439 Irene C., m ____ Broesamle.
IX-440 Kenneth Edwin.

No. VIII-504
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Homer Morris Worcester

        HOMER MORRIS WORCESTER
(James Mc.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1877, m Ethel B. Peabody. Residence Youngstown, Oh.

Children of Homer Morris Worcester

IX-441 Adeline, Adopted.

No. VIII-507
        ERNEST WORCESTER
(Henry E.7, Samuel6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b 1876, d 1945, m Ann R. Waite, b 1884, d 1980. Residence Wellington, Oh.

Children of Ernest Worcester

IX-442 Henry.
IX-443 Herbert L.
IX-444 Dorothy.
IX-445 William A.

IX-446 Esther, m ____ Atkins.
IX-447 Florence, m ____ Jenkins.
IX-448 Cecil.
IX-449 Harold.

No. VIII-510
        GEORGE HENRY WORCESTER
(Asa7, Asa6, Francis5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Dec. 26, 1853, m 1st Etta May Stanley, b Cambridge, Mass., 1857, d Cambridge, Mass., July 28, 1881, m 2nd Ella Louise Kidney, b Charlestown, Mass., Nov. 25, 1863, d Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 7, 1904, m 3rd Julia Lavinia Bartlett, b London, Eng., Jan. 29, 1867. Merchant in Boston. Residence Cambridge.

Children of George Henry Worcester

IX-450 Edith May, b Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 15, 1878, m Dec. 9, 1897, Frank H. Trefry, d june, 1901.

Children of Edith May Trefrey

(a) Howard Worcester, b Oct. 27, 1898.

IX-451 Alice Rebecca, b Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 24, 1880, m Oct. 25, 1906, ____ Bartlett.

Children of Alice Rebecca Bartlett

(a) George Hartnell, b Jan. 5, 1909.

IX-452 Clarence Irving, b Cambridge, Mass., Jan., 1884, m Apr. 3, 1913, Helen L. Priest, Winchester, Mass.

No. VIII-512
        JOHN STEARNS WORSTER
(Ai Brown7, Levi6, Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Ashby, Mass., Aug. 11, 1815, m 1st Feb. 15, 1844, Charlotte, dau Humphrey Cleveland, Vienna, NY, d Jan. 6, 1848, m 2nd June 29, 1850, Elizabeth, dau Abel Ashland, Stockbridge, Mass., b Nov. 22, 1830. Lived in Ashburnham, Mass. Mechanic

Children of John Stearns Worster by second marriage

IX-453 John Ai., b Apr. 28, 1851.

No. VIII-514
        JAMES LEWIS WORSTER
(Ai Brown7, Levi6, Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Grafton, Vt., July 27, 1821, m Jan. 18, 1884, Sarah, dau of Nahum Aldrich, Richmond, NH, b Aug. 13, 1822. Lived in Ashburnham, Mass. Mechanic.

Children of James Lewis Worster

IX-454 Esther E., b Jan. 30, 1846.
IX-455 George L., b Aug. 18, 1848.
IX-456 Ella A., b July 26, 1852.

No. VIII-515
        ANDREW EDWARDS WORCESTER
(Ai Brown7, Levi6, Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Ashby, Mass., Aug. 1, 1824, d Apr. 6, 1906, m Sept. 2, 1850, Mary A., dau James Baker, b Aug. 4, 1833, d Jan. 14, 1904. Residence Fitchburg and Worcester, Mass. Mechanic.

Children of Andrews Edwards Worcester

IX-457 Mary Elizabeth, b Aug. 11, 1851.
IX-458 Sarah Josephine, b June 12, 1855. Residence Worcester, Mass.
IX-459 Elinor Frances, b Aug. 8, 1857.
IX-460 Edward LeForest.
IX-461 Herbert Freeland
, b Sept., 1869, d Apr. 23, 1886.

No. VIII-518
        CHARLES DEAN WORCESTER
(Ai Brown7, Levi6, Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Firtchburg, Mass., Sept. 20, 1832, m Apr. 4, 1854, Diana White. Residence Lawrence, Mass. Mechanic.

Children of Charles Dean Worcester

IX-462 Willard Cyril, b Brookline, Mass., Oct. 7, 1903.
IX-463 Robert Dean, b Boston, Mass., July 18, 1905.
IX-464 Charlotte Loretta, b Chestnut Hill, Mass., Sept. 30, 1907.

No. VII-332-4
  
     EUGENE HENRY WORSTER (David Sayles5, Ebenezer6, Moses5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Chautauqua Co, NY, Jan. 2, 1914; m Mar. 21 1875, Sarah Jane dauy of George W. Sears and Elizabeth Permelia Smith.

 Children of Eugene Henry Wooster

VII-332-10   Robert Henry.

VII-332-11   DeEtta Elizabeth, b Chautaqua, NY, Feb. 22, 1876, d Chautauqua, NY, 1962,

VII-332-12   George David, b Aug. 1, 1878, d Pennsylvania, MAr, 5, 1964, m Lucy Cleary.

VII-332-13   Charlotte May, b Chautauqua Co, NY, Oct. 19, `882, d Jamestown, NY, Nov, 1975.

VII-332-14   Calista Theresa, b Ripley, NY, May 1891, d Rochester, NY, Feb. 7, 1971; m Mar. 27, 1918, Chautauqua, NY, James Fransklin Gearhart.

VII-332-15    Eva, b Aug. 9, 1887, m Jun. 6, 1908, Emmet Alton Durbin; d Apr. 1920.

VII-332-16   Laura Dysa, b Aug. 5, 1887, m Jun1, 1919, Guy H. Lemmon; d Feb. 17, 1945.

VII-332-17   Rebecca Jane, b Jun 23, 1897, , Dec. 1918, MArtin Collin Hughes, b Feb. 24, 1893.

No. VIII-533
        HENRY BROWN WORSTER
(Anson7, Ebenezer6, Ebenezer5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Chautauqua Co., New York, July 19, 1844, d North Liberty, Ind., Oct. 16, 1929 (Eatlawn Cemetery); m1st St. Joseph County, Ind, Apr. 5, 1868, Amanda Rupert, b Ohio, June 2, 1842, d Prob. North Liberty, Ind., Sept. 6, 1875; m2d Marshall, Ind., Jan. 1, 1877, Margaret A. Brillhart, b Ohio, May 31, 1852, d Ind., Oct. 17, 1916; m3d 1921, Emma Restoric, b Dec. 1, 1869, d Sept. 24, 1929. He was a contractor and builder and later owned a general store on Main Street in Liberty, Ind. At the time of his death the store was operated by his son, James Albert.

Children of Henry Brown and Amanda Rupert

IX-465 James Bert, b North Liberty, Ind., Par. 15, 1869, d North Liberty, Ind., Apr. 8, 1944.
IX-466 Charles Sidney, b North Liberty, Ind., Sept. 19, 1872, d North Liberty, Ind., Nov. 30, 1953.

Children of Henry Brown and Margaret Brillhart

IX-467 William Wadsworth, b North Liberty, ind., Mar. 8, 1878, d Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 6, 1955.
IX-468 Lela May, b May 30, 1888; m Clifford A. Russell, b Otsego, Mich., Apr. 21, 1870, d Jan. 15, 1954

No. VIII-534
        PHARCELLUS CHURCHILL WORSTER
(Anson7, Ebenezer6, Ebenezer5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Pennsylvania, June 16, 1848, d North Liberty, Ind., Jan. 4, 1929; m St. Joseph Co., Ind., Jan 27, 1880, Amanda Catherine, dau of Levi Mangus, b Old Mangua Homestead east of North Liberty, Ind., Jan. 14, 1861, d Sept., 26, 1949. He was a carpenter in 1900. 

Children of Pharcellus Churchill and Amanda Catherine

IX-469 Claude Leroy, b North Liberty, Ind., Jan. 13, 1881, d Ind., Oct. 1966; m Blanche H., , 1863, d Oct. 1966. He is buried in Eastlawn Cemetery, St. Joseph Co., Ind.
IX-470 Anson Levy, b Ind., Sept. 1886, d North Liberty, Ind., June 8, 1900.
IX-471 Merle Clifton, b Ind., Feb. 1883, d aft Oct. 1946.
IX-472 Elizabeth Charlene b Ind., Jen. 17, 1885, d Ind., Dec. 1977. Never married.
IX-473 Benjamin Harrison, b Ind., 1888, d bef 1946.
IX-474 Una Vera, b Ind., Mar. 1890, m ___ Bequette, Residence in 1946, Thomson Falls, Mont.
IX-475 Darcey E. b Ind., Jan. 6, 1893, d North Liberty, Ind., Nov. 11, 1974. Served in US Navy.
IX-476 Denzil Keith, b Ind., Mar. 20, 1895, d Dec. 1980. M Sgt. US Army, World War I and II.
IX-477 Jessie Geraldine, b Ind., Nov. 1897; m ___ Huish. Residence Oct. 1946: East Chicago, Ill.
IX-478 Mary, b Ind., July, 1899, d aft 1946; m ___ Yousim.

No. VIII-538
        FRANKLIN BENJAMIN WORCESTER
(Charles Read7, Samuel6, Samuel5, Ebenezer4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Chester, Conn., Oct. 9, 1875, m Jan. 5, 1900, Sarah E.B. Conklin. Residence Deep River, Conn.

Children of Franklin Benjamin Worcester

IX-479 Charles B., b Dec. 20, 1902.

No. VIII-543
        EDWIN P. WORCESTER
(Ezekiel7, Ezekiel6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Weymouth, Mass., Aug. 24, 1826, m Mary J. Metcalf, Peterboro, NH. Residence Weymouth.

Children of Edwin P. Worcester

IX-480 Edwin F., b Oct. 9, 1847.
IX-481 Clara A., b July 4, 1849.
IX-482 Charles H.

No. VIII-551
        GEORGE WORSTER
(Oliver7, Mark6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Dec. 14, 1830, d aft. 1856; m May 28, 1854, Augusta P. Hayes, b Farmington, N,H., 1833, d Berwick, Me., 1872 (Lord's Cemetery, Berwick, Me.). Residence Berwick, Me.

Children of George Worster

IX-483 Oliver, b May 2, 1855.

No. VIII-560
        OLIN JEFFERSON WORCESTER
(Moses7, Mark6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Jan. 12, 1863, d aft, 1910, m Berwick, Me., May 30, 1887, Minnie Mae B. Smith, b Dover, NH, Dec. 10, 1867. Residence Berwick, Me. Farmer.

Children of Olin J. Worcester

IX-484 Annie B., b Apr. 15, 1888.
IX-485 Viola May, b Mar. 5, 1890.
IX-486 Moses C., b Aug. 12, 1891.
IX-487 Mary A., b Mar. 3, 1893.
IX-488 Sarah Alice, b July 24, 1894.
IX-489 Hattie Daisy, b Aug. 25, 1895, d Oct., 1897.
IX-490 Zelia Z., b Jan. 5, 1897.
IX-491 Daughter, b Mar. 31, 1900, d Apr. 1, 1900.
IX-492 Arthur K., b Mar. 4, 1901; m Elliot, Me., Oct. 9, 1921; m Ethel S. Clifford..
IX-493 Irene O., b Nov. 22, 1902.
IX-494 Walter T., b Nov. 20, 1904; m Berwick, Me., May 29, 1935, Grace Mae Austin.
IX-495 Ernest Smith, b Oct. 30, 1906; m Feb. 15, 1926, Eva Reed.
IX-496 Ruth F., b Dec. 1, 1907
; m Kenneth Wilbur Greason.

No. VIII-562
        MARK WORCESTER
(
Mark7, Mark6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Feb. 1, 1870, d Berwick, Me., July 7, 1936; m Sept. 2, 1902, Louise B. Edgerly, b Berwick, Me., May 13, 1879, d Berwick, Me., May 23, 1930.

Children of Mark Worcester

IX-497 Mark Townsend, b July 15, 1903, d Oct. 30, 1910.
IX-498 Louise Esther, b Mar. 26, 1905, d Apr. 15, 1905.
IX-499 Lillian Fannie, b Mar. 26, 1905, twin of Louise, d Apr. 22, 1905.
IX-500 Maurice Carleton, b Aug. 21, 1907, d July 20, 1910.

No. VIII-570
        CHARLES H. WORSTER
(Thomas7, Thomas6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Oct. 23, 1851, d Dec. 20, 1944; m Portland, Me., Dec. 25, 1872, Ella M. Leathe, d Portland, Me., Apr. 17, 1880 (Evergreen Cemetery, Portland, Me.)

Children of Charles H.  Worster

IX-501 Howard L., b Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1873.
IX-502
Clarence Milton.

No. VIII-576
        ALEXANDER WORCESTER
(Ebenezer7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Aug. 13, 1828, d Groveton, NH, June 4, 1891, m Sept. 30, 1854, Amy Goodwin, d Groveton, NH, Mar. 28, 1889. Residence Groveton, NH. Farmer.

Children of Alexander Worcester

IX-503 Phila Etta, n Nov. 13, 1855, d July 14, 1856.
IX-504 Infant boy, b Feb. 8, 1857, d Feb. 10, 1857.
IX-505 Sarah Lizzie, b Feb. 9, 1861, d Groveton, NH, Apr. 12, 1893, m Apr. 11, 1880, Horace Kendrick, Groveton, NH. Residence Groveton.
IX-506 Emma Rachel, b Jan. 14, 1866, m Groveton, NH, Nov. 29, 1888, Fred Jones. Residence Groveton.
IX-507 Ellsworth Alexander, b Feb. 5, 1868, d May 13, 1899, m Groveton, NH, Sept. 30, 1896, Amelia Spreadbury. She d, May 15, 1898. Residence Guilthall, Vt.

No. VIII-579
        EBENEZER WORCESTER
(Ebenezer7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Aug. 31, 1834, d Lebanon, Oct. 26, 1880, m So. Berwick, Me., Apr. 29, 1857, Nancy Marie Carroll, b Sanford, Me., Oct. 1, 1834, d Jan. 17, 1899. Residence Lebanon, Me. Farmer and shoemaker.

Children of Eben Worcester

IX-508 Infant, b and d, at Lebanon, 1861.
IX-509 George Harrison, b Lebanon, Me., June 13, 1863, d Sanford, Me., Apr. 12, 1940; m1st  Sept. 3, 1887, Cora A. Pierce; m2d Oct. 28, 1922, Sarah E. Leighton. Residence, Me. Overseer Plush Mill.
IX-510 Ida A., b Lebanon, Me., Sept. 21, 1865, d Lebanon, Aug. 21, 1865, d Lebanon, Aug.21, 1866.
IX-511 Washington Ebenezer, b Lebanon, Me., Dec. 11, 1868, m May 30, 1900, Abby J. Phillips. Residence Sanford, Me.

No. VIII-586
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Horace L. Worcester

        HORACE L. WORCESTER
(Lemuel7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Mar. 28, 1846, d Rochester, N.H.; m June 27, 1872, Rochester, NH, Millie A. Greenfield, b June 27, 1847, d Rochester, NH, Nov. 10, 1911. Enlisted in the Navy at the age of 18 to serve in the Civil War. Served on board U.S.S. Lackawanna in West Gulf Squadron under Farragut. Honorably discharged at close of war. Was a merchant for 20 years; Town Clerk of Rochester, NH, 4 years; Mayor of Rochester, 2 years; City Clerk, 1903-1913; Trustee and President of N.P. Savings Bank; Representative to State Legislature, 2 years; U.S. Consul to Satillo, Mex., 1903; Clerk of Rochester Police Court; President N.H. Veteran Association; Commander Dep’t N.H., G.A.R.; Aide on Staff of Gov. Jordan with rank of Colonel.

No. VIII-588
        ALLEN FRANCIS WORCESTER
(
George7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Aug. 29, 1838, d Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 29, 1884, m Somersworth, NH, Sept. 15, 1862, Roxanna L. Butler. Residence Chelsea, Mass. Groceries and provisions.

Children of Allen F. Worcester

IX-512 Vernon F., b Somersworth, NH, Mar. 27, 1865. Residence Rutland, Vt. Scale engineer. S.B., 1886, Mass. Inst. of Tech.

No. VIII-589
        CHARLES HENRY WORCESTER
(George7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Aug. 28, 1840, d June 1920 (Evergreen Cemetery, Berwick);  m Berwick, Me., June 3, 1865, Mary J. Clark, b N. Berwick, Me., Apr. 1, 1847. Served in 27th Maine Vol. Regiment during the Civil War. Residence Ward Hill, Mass. Carpenter.

Children of Charles H. Worcester

IX-513 Ethelyn A., b Somersworth, NH, July 9, 1866, Boston, Mass., T.C. Cobb. Residence Malden, Mass.
IX-514 Herman C., b Somersworth, NH, Feb. 28, 1868, m Everett, Mass., Apr. 25, 1901, Mary Hanson. Residence Malden, Mass.
IX-515 Charles F., b Berwick, Me., July 31, 1873, m Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 27, 1899, Anna J. Holmes.
IX-516 Mary A., b Berwick, Me., May 18, 1876, m Malden, Mass., May 18, 1895, William E. Vandell. Residence Fitchburg, Mass.
IX-517 Clara L., b Berwick, Me.,
Ma2. 2, 1881, d July 24, 1883.

No. VIII-591
        GEORGE ALBERT WORCESTER
(George7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., July 24, 1843, d Springvale, July 25, 1926; m Feb. 2, 1873, Fannie Mariah Langley, b N. Berwick, Me., June 24, 1852, d Lebanon, Me., June 16, 1916. Residence Lebanon. Farmer.

Children of George Albert Worcester

IX-518 Edith F., b Oct. 13, 1878, m Jan. 1, 1900, Clifton G. Libby.
IX-519 Edna S., b Feb. 16, 1881, m Herbert O. Libby
IX-520 Leslie L.
IX-521 Josephine B.
, b Dec. 2, 1885; m Edwin Chase.
IX-522 Alice L., b Aug. 26, 1892.

No. VIII-592
        HIRAM CLIFFORD WORCESTER
(George7, Alexander6, George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Lebanon, Me., Feb. 26, 1845, m Waterboro, Me., May 16, 1869, Susie J. Pitts. Residence Suncook, NH. Supt. Cotton Mills.

Children of Hiram Clifford Worcester

IX-523 Waldo Thorne.
IX-524 Lillian Gertrude
, b Fishdale, Mass., Nov. 29, 1882, d Lowell, Mass., Sept. 20, 1899.

No. VIII-618
        GEORGE ALBERT WORCESTER
(George7, Isaac6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b July 8, 1847, d Allenstown, NH, Sep. 9, 1848, m May 28, 1904, m Tryphosa Colton Fesseden, b Nov. 7, 1845; d Suncock, NH, May 29, ___..

Children of George Albert Worcester

IX-525 May Alice, b Allenstown, NH, Aug. 25, 1867, m William N. Johnston.
IX-526 Benjamin Fesseden.

No. VIII-629
        ISAAC R. WORSTER (Joshua7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Glenburn, Me., 1825, d Bangor, Me., Jan. 14, 1906 (Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Hermon, Me.); m Levant, Me., Dec. 16, 1852, Charlotte Ann Hammond, b Bangor, Me., 1832, d Apr. 15, 1914.

Children of Isaac R..Worster

IX-527 George W.
IX-528 Dora E., b c1859, d Jan. 21, 1888; m Olin L. Clement, b 1852, d 1938.
IX-529 Ida Amelia, b Levant, Me., Jan. 25, 1862, d c1945; m Bangor, Me., Oct. 13, 1887, Olin Lorette Clement, b Bangor, Me., Nov. 15, 1852, d Bangor, Me. Dec. 7, 1938, Rancher in Montana.

Children of Ida Amelia and Olin Lorette Clement

(a) Deane Worster, b Mar. 18, 1890.
(b) Phillip Poindexter, b May 14, 1893.
(c) Marjorie Josephine, b July 29, 1898.

No. VIII-631
        WILLIAM S. WORSTER (Joshua7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Glenburn, Me., c1828, d July 2, 1878; m Levant, Me., Nov. 6, 1853, Roxana M. Brackett, b Hermon, Me., d July 12, 1879.

Children of William S. Worster

IX-530 W.F., d Feb. 19, 1887; m Dora ___, d Jan. 14, 1892.

No. VIII-638
        GEORGE WASHINGTON WORSTER (Lemuel7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Glenburn, Me.,1834, d Glenburn, Me., Aug. 24, 1896; m Dec. 6, 1865, Margaret A. Nason, d Kenduskeag, Me., Nov. 17, 1843, d North Oxbridge, Mass, Mar. 18, 1926 (Glenburn Cemetery). Served in Civil War with 14th Maine Vol. Served during the Louisiana campaign and was wounded in Winchester. Spent time in Wisconsin as a lumberman and attempted to organize a company for the Kansas border troubles. Farmer and lumberman.

Children of George Washington Worcester

IX-531 Frank E., b Nov. 2, 1868
IX-532 George Henry.
IX-533 Edward W.,
b Bangor, Me., Nov. 22, 1874, d Bangor, Me., May 31, 1901.
IX-534 Nellie Amelia., b Nov. 17, 1876, d Oct. 8, 1940; m North Oxbridge, Mass., Oct. 15, 1908, Harry B. Stephenson, b Oxbridge, Mass.

No. VIII-665
       GALEN WORSTER (Thomas Hilliard7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Troy, N.Y., c1839, d Bangor, Me., July 27, 1889; m1st Nettie Allen; m2d May 4, 1879, Bertha Hawes, b c1871.

Children of Galen Worster by first marriage

IX-535 Maud M., b c 1871.
IX-536 William Brown.

Children of Galen Worster by second marriage

IX-537 Alice C., d Sept. 26, 1899; m Charles H. McLaughlin.
IX-538 John H. d Dec. 22, 1929; m Dorothy A. Allen.
IX-539 Ada B., b Feb. 4, 1882, d July 11, 1983; m Nov. 8, 1914, Torrey Judson.
IX-540 Ralph Galen.
IX-541 Florence E.
, b Dec. 8, 1887.

No. VIII-669
       RUEL D. WORSTER (
Thomas Hilliard7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Glenburn, Me., July 19, 1845, d Oct. 28, 1919 (Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Herman, Me.); Electa S. Clark, b May 17, 1843, d Jan. 30, 1914.

Children of Ruel D. Worster

IX-542 Effie Lena, b Mar. 28, 1872, d June 6, 1896.

No. VIII-679
       WILLIAM F. WORSTER (Soloman7, George6, Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Glenburn. Me., July 10, 1852, d Bangor, Me., Nov. 20, 1906; m Kenduskeag, Me., Mar. 1, 1879, Frances Lake, b Levant, Me., d bef. 1904.

Children of William F. Worster

IX-543 Charles P.

No. VIII-685
        JAMES WORCESTER
(Amos7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Me., 1824, d Baton Rouge, la., Apr. 21, 1863; m Sept. 13, 1845, Elsie Grant, b May 31, 1825, d Columbia Falls, Me., May 19, 1903. He served in Co D 22nd Inf in Civil War. He was killed in Batin Rouge, La.

Children of James Worcester

IX-544 Phidelia, b Dec. 1847, d 1925; m1st Nov. 23, 1863, Zimro Drisko Tibbetts, b 1841, d Columbia Falls, Me., Aug. 25, 1886; m2d c1900, Richard Dorr

Children of Phidelia and Zimro Drisko Tibbetts

(a) Richard A, b 1878, d 1932.
(b) Lena W., b Mar. 31, 1884, d Feb. 27, 1960.

IX-545 Philena, b c1849, d c1905.
IX-546 James L., b 1854, d c1865.

No. VIII-686
        JOHN PALMER WORSTER
(Amos7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Mar. 21, 1827, d Apr. 27, 1887; m Columbia, Me., Anna "Annie" Small, b Apr. 10, 1827, d Sept. 25, 1896. Farmer and laborer at Columbia., Me.

Children of John Palmer Worster

IX-547 Amos
IX-548 Leander Knowles.
IX-549 Ambrose
, b 1858, d 1860.
IX-550 Julia E., b 1858, d 1945; m Nov. 16, 1872 Lory S. Worcester. Moved to Santa Clara., Calif.

Children of Julia E. and Lory S. Worcester

(a) Samuel Worcester

IX-551 Emily Jane, b Cutler, Aug. 31, 1861, d 1910+; m 1884, Wellington Norton, son of Isaac P. and Elizabeth (Worcester) Smith (his 2d wife).

Children of Emily Jane and Wellington Norton Smith

(a) Leona L.
(b) Bertha H.
(c) Susie I.
(d) Stephen Phipps.
(e) Edith E.
(f) Beatrice R.

IX-552 John Palmer.
IX-553 Charles C.
IX-554 Lomenia Miranda
, b Dec. 15, 1869, d 1928; m 1888, Rowland VanBuren Young.

Children of Lomenia Miranda and Rowland VanBuren Young

(a) Howard, b Dec. 15, 1889, d Jan. 28, 1951.
(b) Julia, b Feb. 7, 1891.
(c) Marcia, b Sept. 9, 1893.
(d) Irving, b Nov. 22, 1903.
(e) Bessie Mabel, b Oct. 15, 1908, d Feb. 6, 1990.

No. VIII-687
        MOSES WORCESTER
(Amos7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Me., Aug. 1829, d Columbia, Me., Feb. 4, 1904; m1st Sept. 6, 1851, Abigail J. Dorr, b Columbia. Me., c1826, d 1882; m2d July 12, 1883, Belinda J. Tracy, b Sept. 1853, d aft 1900. Civil War veteran, Day layborer and farmer.

Children of Moses Worcester by 1st m

IX-555 Direxa Jane, b Columbia Falls, Me., Sept. 15, 1853, d Feb. 23, 1905; m 1873 Henry Franklin Foster, b Feb. 11, 1850, d Feb. 23, 1926.

Children of Direxa Jane and Henry Foster

(a) Laura B.
(b) Laura B.
(c) Charles W.
(d) Envilla.
(e) Lucy H.

IX-556 George L., b Mar. 21, 1857, d May 27, 1928.
IX-557 Wesley Wellington, b June 1860, d Feb. 23, 1866.
IX-558 Hiram, b Sept. 8, 1864, d Oct. 7, 1865.
IX-559 Almeda Tucker, b Columbia, Me., Aug. 3, 1866, d 1930; m1st 1886, John R. Smith; m2d July 25, 1904, Herbert E. Worcester, b May 5, 1865, d June 17, 1947.

Children of Almeda Tucker and John R. Smith

(a) Hanna B., b 1887, d Sept. 8, 1893.
(b) Albert, b Oct. 24, 1888, d Oct. 29, 1888.
(c) Harry M. , b 1891, d June 19, 1897.

Children of Almeda Tucker and Herbert E. Worcester

(d) Mabel L., b Sept. 8, 1906.

Children of Moses Worcester by 2d m

IX-560 William Wesley.
IX-561 Moses Jefferson.
IX-562 Mary A.
, b Dec. 1887, d July 2, 1908; m May 13, 1905, Augustus Winslow Carter.
IX-563 Marcia Evelyn, b Columbia Falls, Me., May 30, 1889, d Howland, Me., June 12, 1983 (Hadley Lake Cemetery); m Oct. 1, 1913, Austin Eugene Harmon, b East Machias, Me., Apr. 21, 1887, d Millinocket, Me., Nov. 27, 1934.

Children of Marcia Evelyn and Austin Eugene Harmon

(a) Austin Eugene, b May 10, 1914, d June 23, 1959.
(b) Christine Elizabeth, b Sept. 29, 1917; m Sept. 17, 1936, Milton Creighton Hampton, son of John Hampton and Alice Craig, b St. John, Canada, Aug. 13, 1914, d Zephyrhills, Fla., Aug. 29, 1987.

Children of Christine Elizabeth and Milton Hampton

(1) John A., b Mar. 18, 1940.
(2) Nancy Evelyn, b Oct. 30, 1946.

(c) Frederick Leon, b July 15, 1930; m Dorothy Corine Bauer, Huntsville, Ark., Sept. 15, 1951.

Children of Frederick Leon and Dorothy Bauer

(1) Debirah Jean, b Dec. 29, 1953.
(2) Sheila Ann, b Apr. 6, 1956.
(3) Janice Elaine, b Aug. 23, 1958.
(4) Fay Lorraine, b JAn. 1, 1962.
(5) Fredercik Leon, b July 17, 1967.

IX-564 John Palmer, b Feb. 1891, d 1913 from gun accident.
IX-565 Elizabeth M. b 1894, d c1910.

No. VIII-692
        DANIEL CORTHELL WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Wahington Co., Me., Apr. 11, 1822, d Columbia, Me., Jan. 27, 1897, (Columbia Cemetery, Epping); m Columbia, Me., Jan. 6, 1844, Keziah Smith, b Jonesboro, Me., May 30, 1822, d Columbia, Me., July 12, 1889, buried in Columbia Cemetery. Lumberman.

Children of Daniel Corthell Worcester

IX-566 Ferdinand D.
IX-567 Aschiel M.

IX-568 Zeno D., b Nov. 18, 1850, d Jan. 1, 1890, buried in Epping Cemetery. He married Feb. 3, 1878, Augusta J., dau of Joseph and Deborah (Whittemore) Bridgham, b July 1856, d 1933. Laborer and lumberman at Columbia, Me.

No. VIII-697
Alfred Small Worcester
Alfred Small Worcester

        ALFRED SMALL WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Me., Dec. 9, 1833, d Columbia. Me., Feb. 27, 1915; m Columbia, Me., May 9, 1866, Irene W. Conley, b Nov. 9, 1947, d Mar. 13, 1911 (Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Maine.) Farmer and carpenter at Columbia, Me.

Children of Alfred Small Worcester

IX-569 Harland L. "Harley", b Aug. 11, 1868, d Jan. 22, 1948; m1st July 5, 1898, Rene Blanche Nash, b June 12, 1870; m2d Sept. 3, 1930, Lucy C. (Smith) Dorr, b Apr. 1885, d 1944. She had m1st Oct. 15, 1904, Vernon E. Dorr. Farmer and retail merchant at Columbia.
IX-570 Ralph Waldo G.
IX-571 Mary A., b Columbia. Me., Jan. 11, 1873, d Jan. 31, 1950 (Epping Cemetery); m Jan. 28, 1893, Herschel J. Allen, b July 1860, d Columbia, Me., May 22, 1958.

Children of Mary A. and Herschel J. Alan

(a) Ina N.; m 1st Frank Jones; m2d David Lindburg
(b) Stanford.
(c) Herschel LaForest.
(d) Iola L., b Columbia, Me., Dec. 1893.

IX-572 Charles Kimball.
IX-573 Lilian Lucy
, b Columbia, Me., May 26, 1881, d Orono, Me., March 12, 1970; m Feb. 23, 1905, Charles Loring Sweeney Puffer (div. bef. 1910).

Children of Lilian Lucy and Charles Loring Puffer

(a) Charles Loring, Jr.

IX-574 Ben Conley.

No. VIII-698
        JOSIAH MOORE WORCESTER
(Leonard7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Apr. 17, 1836, d 1900+; m1st Columbia, Me., Jan. 1, 1878, Lydia Elvira Jordan, dau of Robert, Jr. and Lucy Ann (Young)  Spurling, b Cranberry Isles, Me., Nov. 5, 1858, d 1880+. Josih m2d ___ (no children). Removed after 1880 to Wisdom, Mont., then to Calif. or Alaska.

Children of Josiah Moore Worcester

IX-575 Howard L., b Columbia, Me., late 1878; settled in Alaska.
IX-576 Lovie, b 1880s, lived in San Francisco.
IX-577 Robert W., b 1880s, d 1900+.

No. VIII-701
Algernon A. Worcester

        ALGERNON A. WORCESTER
(Moses7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b May 21, 1839, d Oct. 10, 1906; m Columbia, Me., Sept. 30, 1860, Nancy, dau Eli and Diadama (Smith) Tracy, b Cherrylfield, Me., Feb. 24, 1842, d July 9, 1916. He was a pvt. in CO D 22nd ME Inf. (Sept. 10, 1862-Aug. 14, 1863, and cpl. in CO G 15th ME Inf (Mar. 1, 1865 - Mar. 1, 1866). Lumberman and farmer in Cherryfield and Columbia, Me.

Children of Algernon Worcester

IX-578 Minnie E., b Cherrylfield, Me., May 3, 1862, d 1915; m Columbia, Me., Jan. 20, 1880, Charles Grant, son of Bassum.

Children of Minie E. and Charles Grant

(a) Everett, b June 8, 1883.
(b) Roscoe, b Sept. 9, 1890.
(c) Vivian, b Dept. 6, 1894.

IX-579 Herbert E.
IX-580 Allison P.
IX-581
Harry W.
IX-582
Nettie M., b Columbia, Me., July 2, 1871, d Nov. 15, 1923; m 1892, Wellington Bassam Grant.

Children of Nettie M. and Wellington Grant

(a) Effie.
(b) Alta.
(c) Helen, b Sept. 12, 1898, d Oct. 22, 1981; m Frank W. Smith, b May 2, 1878, d Apr. 23, 1965.

IX-583 Irving W.
IX-584 Lillian Mae
., b Feb. 20, 1876, d Feb. 23, 1960; m Harry E. Drisko, b Feb. 16, 1878, d Aug. 8, 1876. Removed to Haverhill, Mass.

Children of Lillian Mae and Harry E. Drisko

(a) Lloyd Harry, b Sept. 26, 1900, d June 11, 1995.

IX-585 Eri M.

IX-586 Bertha A., b Columbia, Me., Oct. 15, 1880, d Sept. 19, 1915; m Oct. 7, 1908, Richard A., son of Zimro Drisko and Phidelia (Worcester) Tibbetts, b 1878, d 1932.

Children of Bertha A and Richard A. Tibbetts

(a) Kenneth R.

IX-587 Hervey Houghton, b Mar. 21, 1885, d Dec. 10, 1893.

No. VIII-704
        THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN WORCESTER
aka T. Freeland (Moses7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Me., Jan. 9, 1845, d Columbia, Me., Nov. 10, 1921; m Nov. 16, 1867, Georgetta E "Georgia", dau of Samuel Kincaid and Eunice Dorr, b Cherryfield, Dec. 3, 1847, d 1924. He was a farmer and lumberman at Columbia, Me..

Children of Theodore Freeland Worcester

IX-588 Thaddeus Willey.
IX-589
Belle C., b Dec. 25, 1870, d 1941; m 1886, Frank K. Allen, b 1861, d Apr. 4, 1922.
IX-590 Nellie M., b Jan. 20, 1872, d 1957;  m 1889, George M. Peterson.
IX-591 Ida M., b Columbia. Me., Mar., 1874,d 1910+;  m 1st 1891, Alpheus Tibbetts, m 2nd July 2, 1894, Charles A., son of Josish Higgins and Amanda J. (Butler) Gordon of Sullivan. Lived at Columbia and Sullivan.
IX-592 Hervey Houghton, b cFeb. 14, 1876,  d Columbia, Me., Apr. 20, 1881.
IX-593 Linnie E., b Oct. 24, 1878,d 1910+; m Fred Havey, Feb. 4, 1875, d Aug. 1967.
IX-594 Ploomia Eunice, b Apr. 4, 1880, d 1969+; m July 1, 1899, Eugene P., son of Gleason and Francesca (rice) Wilson, b Jan 1875, d S. Portland, Mar. 25, 1951. He was a laborer in a sawmill . Removed to Columbia Falls, Bar Mills and South Portland.
IX-595 Alden Moses.
IX-596 Florence, b Columbia, Me., May 12, 1885, d Fitchburg, Mass., Jan. 1972; m June 20, 1906, George E. Smith, b Aug. 1879, d 1969.
IX-597 Earle E., b Columbia, Me., Feb. 2, 1894, d Bangor, Me., Dec. 29, 1976; m Dec. 22, 1915, Beryl D. Pennell, b Buxton, Me., 1899, d 1964.

No. VIII-705
        EATHIEL A. WORCESTER
(Moses7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b June 20, 1846, d 1910; m Aug 29, 1868, Mary Jane "Jennie", dau of Samuel and Mary H. (Cary) Sprague, b 1849, d 1900. Lumberman. Removed to Haverhill, Mass.

Children of Eathiel A. Worcester

IX-598 Effie J., b Oct. 15, 1870, d 1900; m Hoeard Sargent, b 1849. Lived at Haverhill.

No. VIII-707
        MOSES ALDEN WORCESTER
(Moses7, Moses6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Nov. 9, 1851, d Columbia, Me., Sept. 9. 1925; Columbia, Me., Dec. 15, 1877, Runie E., dau of Frankland Dorman, b Addison, Me., Feb. 2, 1859, d 1951. Lumberman and laborer at Columbia.

Children of Moses Alden. Worcester

IX-599 Harold, d 1948+; lived in Cincinnati, Oh.

No. VIII-712
        SAMUEL CUMMINGS WORCESTER
(Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Mar. 11, 1824, d Lawrence, Mass, Feb. 9, 1911; m 1st Columbia, Me., June 21, 1846, Mary E.H. Tabbutt, b Columbia Falls, Me., 1827, d Centerville, Mar. 11, 1862; m2d Harrington, Feb. 7, 1863, Rosina Reynolds, b Machiasport, Me., 1835, d 1880+. Lumberman and farmer.

Children of Samuel Cummings Worcester by 1st m

IX-600 Fancis L., b cJune 1847, d Centerville, Oct. 13, 1860. (Greenwood Cemetery, Tibbettstown).
IX-601 Phebe Tucker, b Apr, 1850, d Easton, NH, Oct. 1926; m 1870, John Worcester Tibbetts, b 1846, d Easton, NH, aft 1907.

Children of Phebe Tucker and John Worcester Tibbetts

(a) Angus Lambert.

IX-602 Lory S.
IX-603
Electa Ann "Annie", b Apr. 24, 1854, d 1940; m William Jordan of Haverhill, Mass.
IX-604 Ignatius, b 1857, d 1899. Lumberman at Teeklat, Wash and Shelton, Wash.; m Rose Berger of Shelto, Wash.

Children of Samuel Cummings Worcester by 2d m

IX-605 Francisco M. "Frank", b Apr. 18, 1863, d 1880; m Elizabeth Smith of Seattle, Wash.
IX-606 Fernando C., b Dec. 26, 1865, d 1880+. Professional Baseball player in Mass.
IX-607 Ralph Eben, b 1867, d in Central America 1880+.
IX-608 Elitha H., b Mar. 30, 1869, d 1880+; m Fred Haskell.
IX-609 Rosanna, b 1870, d 1871.
IX-610 Clinton "Clytie", b Apr. 22, 1871; m Una Dawson.
IX-611 Maud E. (twin), b Aug 31, 1874, d 1880+; m Henry Festeau. Lived in Detroit, Mich.
IX-612 May D., (twin), Aug. 31, 1874, d 1911+; m c1899, William H. Gordon. Lived in Lawrence, Mass.

No. VIII-713
        FRANCIS CUMMINGS WORCESTER
(
Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Feb. 1, 1826, d Harrington, Feb. 27, 1906; m1st Columbia, Me., Oct. 21, 1850, Betsy Sophia Tabbutt, b cJan 1832, d Dec. 19, 1897; m2d 1900-06, Susanna (Randall) Libby Bennett, b cMar., 1826, d May 4, 1910. Farmer at Columbia Falls and Harrington.

Children of Francis Cummings Worcester

IX-613 Leonice L., b Jan. 1851, d c 1916; m1st 1871, Jefferson Tucker, b Dec, 20, 1850, d Dec. 20, 1885 in a hunting accident; m2d 1887, Vandeluer Low as his 2nd wife.

Children of Leonice and Jefferson Tucker

(a)    Dora.
(b)    Mary.
(c)    Venleason.
(d)    Wendell.
(e)    Wilbur.
(f)    Frank.
(g)    Bertha Emma.

IX-614 George E., b Aug. 26, 2852, d Apr. 28, 1856.
IX-615 Mary Ann, b cDec. 1856, d July 20, 1859.
IX-616 Caroline Sophia "Caddie", b Mar. 1859, d 1920+; m Columbia Falls, Me., Apr. 8, 1876, Milton C., son of Stephen and Ann (Thornton)  Reed, b Northfield, c4Mar. 1854, d Columbia Falls, Me., Sept. 9, 1928.
IX-617 Ann Betsy "Annie", b Jan. 11, 1863, d North Reading, Mass, Feb. 9, 1946; m1st 1880, Lassell Corthell as his 2d wife; m2d Mar. 17, 1903, Leander F., son of William Flagg and Susan L. (Johnson)  White, b Jonesport Mar. 15, 1854, d 1928.
IX-618 George Francis.
IX-619 Wilbur M.
IX-620 Infant.
IX-621 Forrester R.
IX-622 Adrianna P. "Addie/Adra", b Apr. 26, 1876, d 1939+; m1st Apr. 21, 1894, Joel A., son of William Flagg and Susan L. (Johnson) White, b Jonesport, cFeb. 26, 1867d Bangor, ME., Apr. 15, 1939; m 2d, June 30, 1914, Charles Foren of Bangor.

No. VIII-714
        WILLIAM AUGUSTUS WORCESTER
(Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Apr. 30, 1828, d "of disease" Aug. 4, 1863, (Greenwood Cemetery, Columbia Falls, Me.); m int. July 4, 1849, Hanna L., dau Edward Elsie (Dorr) Grant of Cutler, Me., b Columbia, Me., Feb. 7, 1830, d Cherryfield, Me., Aug. 14, 1892. He served in the Civil War (mustered out 2 days after his death. Farmer at Columbia, Me.

Children of William Augustus Worcester

IX-623 Mellisa Aurilla., b May 23, 1851, d Cherryfield, Me., Feb. 12, 1911, m1st ca. 1846-47, Wilford/Wilfrid S., son of William S. and Mary Ann (Burke) Tucker, (divorced), m 2nd Cherrylfield, c1872, James Warren, son of Eathiel and Pamelia (Willey) Smith, b 1853, d 1928.

Children of Mellisa Aurilla by first marriage

(a) Josephine Lucille, b July 18, 1868, d Nov. 30, 1900, m Cherryfield, Mar. 28, 1888, Charles Henry Smith, b Jan. 1, 1868.
(b) Carrie, b Feb. 21, 1870, m Charles Crockett.
(c) Sherman, b Dec. 23, 1870, m Olive M. (Dunbar) Alline.
(d) Elsie, b 1872, m Frank Joy.

Children of Mellisa A. by second marriage

(e)   Warren J., b Aug. 8, 1874, m Nellie Robinson.
(f)    Bernice.
(g)    Gertrude, b Apr. 24, 1877m ____ Cole.
(h)    Nara, m ____ O’Brien (of Unionville?)
(i)     Lory.
(j)     Lydia, b 1883, m Frank E. Tucker (Abram).
(k)    Harry, b 1886, d Feb., 1971, m Henrietta Davis (Luther).
(l)     Ira E., b May 21, 1889, d Bangor, Me., Dec. 2, 1969.
(m)   son, b Oct. 11, 1893.

IX-624 Charles L., b Jan. 8, 1853, d Mar. 20, 1857.
IX-625 Billings Augustus.
IX-626 Charles L., b Apr. 7, 1858,d 1935; m Grand Manan, NB, Canada, Dec. 19, 1892, Hattie, dau of William Lee and Jane Sophia (Meigs) Green of Castalia, New Brunswick, b 1866?, d 1941.

No. VIII-715
        ASA TUCKER WORCESTER
aka "Asa Tecumseh" (Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Sept. 8, 1830, d Columbia Falls, Me., June 7, 1923, m1st Nov. 16, 1851, Harriet Newell Farrell, b in Ireland 1830, d 1861; m 2d Aug. 31, 1862, Sucinda V. Tibbetts, b Columbia Falls, Oct. 1842, d 1914.  Asa had five children with his first wife and ten by his second. Known to be alive in Sept., 1914 at the age of 84. Member of the militia that was called to duty to protect Washington, D.C. upon the attack on Ft. Sumpter. Pvt. in Co K 1st Inf. Farmer and lumberman at "Tibbetstown."

Children of Asa Tucker Worcester by first m

IX-627 Madora, b 1852, d 1853.
IX-628 Zelotus Knowles, b 1853, lost at sea when schooner Evely foundered off Handkerchief Shoals (Cape Cod) in Oct. 1878; unm.
IX-629 Warren Cleveland "Cleve", b Aug. 8, 1855, d Jonesport Apr. 6, 1937; m Addison, Me., Spet 6, 1875, Nancy Ann "annie" Cummings, b Jonesport, Feb. 1856, d Jonesport, Me., Mar. 19, 1928. Day laborer at Columbia Falls, Me. and Jonesport, Me.
IX-630 John M., b Columbia Falls, Me., cSept 7, 1857, d Mar. 30, 1905; m1st Columbia Falls, Me., Mar. 28, 1885, Emma E. Cummings, b Jonesport, Apr. 1866, d 1900+; (div. before 1890 and she m 2d 1896, Joseph P. S. Sinclair; John m2d Columbia, Me., July 3, 1890, Nellie E. Dorr, b May 1873, d 1905+, she m2d George Washington Dorr of Cherryfield, Me.
IX-631 Asa Tucker.

Children of Asa Tucker Worcester by second m

IX-632 Everett Venleason.
IX-633 Harriet Farrell "Hattie", b May 8, 1866, d June 27, 1946; m1st 1892, Geroge C. Coffin; m2d Apr. 21, 1906, Henry L., son of Ambrose Snow and Hannah Frances (Willey) Willey of Cherryfield, b 1873, d 1922.
IX-634 Minnie E., b May 19, 1868, d Aug. 3, 1924; m1st Columbia, Me., Oct. 9,1 1885, Amherst Hartford, b Nov. 9, 1859, d Oct. 1, 1891' m2d Dec. 31, 1870, Franklin D. Hartford (his half brother). b Apr. 28, 1870, d 1938.
IX-635 Della P., b June 8, 1870, d 19512,; m 1888, Chales C. Worcester.
IX-636 Amy C., b Dec. 17, 1872, d Apr. 1, 1965' m June 7, 1892, John Bryant.
IX-637 Philander Abbott.
IX-638
Laura Isabell "Lottie", b July 11, 1877, d 1951; m Columbia Falls, Dec. 5, 1896, Daniel Webster Hartford, b Feb. 1875, d 1964.
IX-639 Sadie, b Nov. 16, 1879, d Apr. 28, 1947; m1st Aug. 1903, George Trussell of Concord, NH.
IX-640 Louise B., Apr. 16, 1883, d Dec. 6, 1942; m Mar. 15, 1902, James Tenan of Cherryfield. Lived at Cherryfield and Columbia, Me.
IX-641 Queen B., b July 16, 1887, d Mar. 18, 1984; m Oct. 30, 1907, Joseph Whitney Drisko, b Oct. 18, 1885, d Dec. 22, 1976. Farmer at Columbia Falls. Me.

No. VIII-719
        JOSEPH W. WORCESTER
(Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Jan. 2, 1841, d Columbia, Me., 1907; m Columbia, Me., Sept. 25, 1865, Evelyn Elletta "Eva" Allen, b 1847, d Addison, Sept. 9, 1929. Served in Civil War (Jan. 23, 1862 - June 6, 1865). Laborer and farmer at Columbia Falls, Me.

Children of Joseph W. Worcester

IX-642 Lily B., b Columbia Falls, Me., June 23, 1866, d 1947; m 1884, Fred Millard Kilroy.
IX-643 Evelyn M. "Evie", n 1868, d 1880+.
IX-644 Aaron Leroy, b 1873,; m June 17, 1899, Cora May Bowden of Castine, Me.
IX-645 Ida V., b cMay 6, 1875, d jonesport, Me., Aug. 25, 1926; m Mar. 16, 1904, John E. Crowley, b Beals Apr. 1880, d 1928. Fisherman at Jonesport, Me.
IX-646 Edgar A., b Columbia Falls, Me., Oct. 30, 1877, d jonesport, Feb 11, 1968; m1st Oct. 1, 1901, Grace D. Drisko, b Jonesport, Oct. 1872, d 1926; m2d Ajonesprot, Jan. 5, 1929, Emma Day (Leighton) Harmon, b Pembroke, May 26, 1877, d 1929, dau of RAymong Isaiah and Adeline F. (Day) Leighton (she m1st George A. Harmon from Machias; He m3d Aug. 4, 1956, Helen M. (Giles) Haynes, b c1879, d Feb. 1964 from Ellsworth. Edgar grad. Castine Normal School 1899. Lived at Jonesport.
IX-647 Ethel E. (triplet), b June 5, 1882, d Nov. 9, 1882.
IX-648 Willard W. (triplet), b June 5, 1882, d Nov. 15, 1882.
IX-649 J. William (triplet), b June 5, 1882, d Apr. 13, 1908.
IX-650 Julia F., b Feb. 18, 1886, d May 18, 1886.

No. VIII-724
        CLEMENT URIAH WORCESTER
(Clement Fernald7, John6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b  Apr. 5, 1851, d Mexico, Me., Dec. 16, 1925; m Columbia, Me., May 30, 1874, Melvena Chandler Allen, b Dec. 20, 1856, d Mexico, Me., Jan. 22, 1917. Lived at Columbia, Ridlonville, Stuartstown, NH, and Pittsburg, NH.

Children of Clement Uriah Worcester

IX-651 Willbury Waldo, b Columbia, Me., Sept. 27, 1875, d Hanover, Me., June 26, 1944; m Dec. 16, 1899, Alice Mabel, dau of George and Alice (Shepard) Curtis, b Corinne, Mar. 13, 1879, d Norway, Me., Oct. 16, 1968.
IX-652 Lucius R., b Pittsburg, NH, Feb. 12, 1880, d Ridlonville, Me., June 3, 1940; m Maude Sweatt, b Errol, NH, July, 24, 1881, d Rumford, Me., Sept. 22, 1956.

No. VIII-732
        WILLIAM HOWARD WORCESTER
(William7, Joseph6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Columbia, Me., June 9, 1845, d Mar. 22, 1924; m1st Columbia, Me., Mar. 29, 1866, Abigail McCaslin "Abbie" Tibbetts, b Columbia, Me., May 5, 1844, d Apr. 12, 1918 (div c1900 after 7 children); William m2d 1901, Emma Augusta (Tucker) Worcester, b Columbia, June 27, 1855, d Mar. 9, 1911 (no more children). Farmer and stonemason at Columbia, Me.

Children of William Howard Worcester by 1st wife

IX-653 Iva Bernice, b Sept. 17, 1867, d Oct. 10, 1871.
IX-654 Ina Gertrude, Feb. 6, 1879, d 1956; m1st c1906, Albert F. Allen as his 2d wife; m2d June 30, 1939, George R. Smith of Bangor, Me.
IX-655 Ralph Bertram, b Sept. 18, 1871, d Mar. 14, 1872.
IX-656 Nathan Shaw, b Mar. 1, 1873, d Apr. 15, 1873.
IX-657 Bertha Edna, b Mar. 5, 1875, d Sept. 8, 1889.
IX-658 Irving Bartlett, b Aug. 20, 1878, d Sept. 1966. Farmer. Mover to Haverhill, Mass; m1st Oct. 26, 1894, Susie N. Clark, b 1879, d 1910+; m2d Ida Williams.
IX-659 Thomas Howard, b Nov. 25, 1884, d Dec. 12, 1939; m May 30, 1914, Effie H. Allen, b Oct. 1888, d 1931.

No. VIII-737
        ALFRED L. WORSTER
(Seward Bucknam7, Issac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b 1846, d c1886; m Clara Weber. Served in the Civil War, Co D 11th Inf. Discharged in Maine.

Children of Alfred L.Worster

IX-660 Martha Ella.
IX-661 Seward B.

IX-662 Amy, b 1867, d Feb. 1, 1929; m Lee, Me., Apr. 8, 1896, George M. Worster; m2d Mark Worster..
IX-663 Rachell, b c 1870.
IX-664 Allen Walter.
IX-665 Sarah, b c 1872.
IX-666 Clara, b c1876.
IX-667 Abbie, b c 1878.
IX-668 Alfred.

No. VIII-743
        ELI LEIGHTON WORSTER
(Isaac7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, Me., Mar. 5, 1848, d Anson, Me., Sept., 3, 1929; m Springfield, Me., Sept. 2, 1871, Celestia Boyington, b Prentiss, Me., Feb. 22, 1854, d Oakland, Me., May 16, 1937.

Children of Eli Leighton Worster

IX-669 Edgar B., b Prentiss, Me., Aug. 22, 1872, d Aug. 28, 1904.
IX-670 Jerome, b Prentiss, Me., Oct. 23, 1875.
IX-671 Jessie, b Jan. 1880.
IX-672 Benjamin O.
IX-673 Ralph.
IX-674 Linwood Ernest.

IX-675 Charles Henry, McKinley, b Mar. 28, 1892.

VIII-745
        ALBERT B. WORSTER
(Isaac7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, Me., June 19, 1852, d Kingman, Me., Mar. 2, 1924; m Springfield, Me., Mar. 31, 1872, Melvina Davis, b Cherryfield, Me., Aug. 14, 1858, d Springfield, Me., Jan. 2, 1925.

Children of Albert B. Worster

IX-676 Sewell, b Dec. 22, 1873, d 1961; m Forest City, Me., Aug. 11, 1921, Lettie M. Foster.
IX-677 Ivy M., b Mar. 11, 1879, d Dec. 20, 1958; m Merle E. Harris.

Children of Ivy M. and Merle E. Harris

(a) Garfield.
(b) Wallace.
(c) Lewis.
(d) Shirley.
(e) Maxine.
(f) Marion.
(g) Ida.
(h) Frances.

IX-678 Barbara, b Mar. 14, 1882.
IX-679 Ardie.
IX-680 Grace C.
, b July 18, 1893, d 1963; m Sept. 22, 1912, George Townsend.
IX-681 Ralph.
IX-682 Roland.

VIII-747
        BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WORCESTER
(
Isaac7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, Me., Nov. 23, 1855, d Kingman, Me., Mar. 2, 1931; m Marie Abbie Worster, dau of Robert Leighton Worcester and Mellissa M. Davies.

Children of Benjamin Franklin Worcester

IX-683 Birdie L., b Kossuth, Me., d 1964; m Walter Boyd.

No. VIII-752
        MARK WORSTER
(Mark7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Webster Plantation, Me., Oct. 16, 1839, d Mar. 9, 1929 (North Cemetery, Lee, Me.); m Springfield, Me., Sept. 20, 1863, Annie Theodocia Carver, b Lee, Me., May 1, 1839, d Dec. 7, 1919.

Children of Mark Worster

IX-684 Eugene T.
IX-685 Julia E.,
b Jan 3, 1866, d Mar. 16, 1955.; m Asa Tucker, b Apr. 10, 1859, d May 19, 1935.
IX-686 Mark.

No. VIII-754
        ROBERT S. WORSTER
(Mark7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, Me., Dec. 16, 1847, d Prentiss, Me., Feb. 11, 1923 (Tucker Cemetery, Springfield); m Emma, dau of Josepgh and Sarah J. (Treadwell) Lamb, b Prentiss, Me., cDec. 16, 1852, d July 15, 1922.

Children of Robert S. Worster

IX-687 Timothy.

No. VIII-767
        ROBERT LEIGHTON WORSTER
(Robert Leighton7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, c1868, d Bangor, Me., c1938; m c1890, Bessie Tucker.

Children of Robert Leighton Worster

IX-688 Josephine, b Sept. 22, 1892.
IX-689 Hollis, b June 19, 1896, d 1961.

No. VIII-768
        HOWARD WORSTER
(
Robert Leighton7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Springfield, Me., Aug. 25, 1885, d Springfield, Me., Jan. 26, 1960; m Daisy Smith, b Springfield, Me., 1885, d 1929.

Children of Howard Worster

IX-690 Isabel, b 1903, d 1903.
IX-691 Mary A., b Apr. 18, 1904, d Dec. 18, 1977; m Dec. 24, 1919, Earlie T. Davis, b Springfield, Me., Apr. 30, 1890, d Oct. 2, 1972.
IX-692 Vinal H.
IX-693 Bessie E.
, b Dec. 1, 1907, d Jan. 26, 2000.
IX-694 Hazel Mae, b Aug. 15, 1909, d Brookville, Fla., Apr. 1, 1984; m Sept. 9, 1925, Lewis George Stanley, b Prentiss, Me., 1908, d 1982..
IX-695 Vernie, b 1911, d 1911.
IX-696 Birdie, b 1913, d 1913.
IX-697 Mildred, b 1914, d 1914.
IX-698 Frances, b Dec. 24, 1915, d Aug. 30, 2002; m Edward Nellegan Coleman, b Jan. 7, 1904, d Feb. 1998.
IX-699 Vernie, b July 3, 1918, d Mar. 13, 1984.

Children of Vernie

(a) Vaughn R., b Webster Plantation, Me., Apr. 126, 1938, d Aug. 27, 1972.

IX-700 Vera B., b June 12, 1920, d 1963.
IX-701 Lyle H., b Apr. 14, 1922, d c1984. Major in the U.S. Marine Corps.

No. VIII-769
        SEWARD WORSTER
(Joseph7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1)  b Prentiss, Me., Apr. 28, 1853, d Jan. 8, 1881 (Butler Field Cemetery, Prentiss, Me.); m Prentiss, Me., Aug. 7, 1879, Mellsia Jipson, b Prentiss, Me., Feb. 25, d Jan. 2, 1941.

Children of Seward Worster

IX-702 Seward E.

No. VIII-771
        GEORGE HENRY WORSTER
(
Joseph7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1)  b Prentiss, Me., Sept. 22, 1856, d Prentiss, Me., May 12, 1915; m Lydia Mae Curtis, b Prentiss, Me., May 4, 1871, d Mattawambeag, Me., Mar. 26, 1939.

Children of George Henry Worster

IX-703 Martha Etta, d Sept. 2, 1899.
IX-704 George Milo.
IX-705 Milage Guy, b Prentiss, Me., d Oct. 20, 1909.
IX-706 Myna W., b Jan. 31, 1879, d Oct. 1966; m Nov. 14, 1905, Aaron Tucker Sr.

Children of Myna W. and Aaron Tucker, Sr.

(a) Eunice.
(b) Percy.
(c) Mona.
(d) Aaron.
(e) Horace, b Feb. 11, 1911, d Dec. 11, 1975.
(f) Hattie, b Mar. 7, 1913.
(g) Evelyn, b 1915, d 1937.
(h) Lynn A. b Mar 27, 1924, d Aug. 25, 1988.

IX-707 Helen, b 1886.
IX-708 Benjamin Franklin.
IX-709 Mary Melissa
, b June 17, 1893, d June 1914; m Percy Kneeland, b Princeton.

Children of Mary Melissa and Percy Kneeland

(a) Gladys Evelyn, b Dec. 15, 1911.

IX-710 Freeman.
IX-711 Alice B., b Prentiss, Me., Feb. 12, 1900, d Augusta, Me. Mar. 31, 1975; m Apr. 14, 1917, Francis Harvey.

Children of Alice B. and Francis Harvey

(a) Marjorie V., b 1920, d Sept. 27, 1975.
(b) Eben C., b Apr. 14, 1929, d June 9, 1981.

IX-712 Arthur L.
IX-713 Bessie E., b Mar. 17, 1904, d Mar. 20, 1904.
IX-714 Helen, b Feb. 1911.
IX-715 Herbert E.

No. VIII-777
        WILLIAM EMERY WORSTER
(Joseph7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1)  b Prentiss, Me., May 9, 1870, d Prentiss, Me., June 30, 1938; m Prentiss, Me., Aug. 6, 1893, Lillian B. Smith, b Carroll, Me., c1876, d Prentiss, Me., June 10, 1916.

Children of William Emery Worcester

IX-716 Joseph.
IX-717 Katie Estella, b Prentiss, Me., Feb. 14, 1894.
IX-718 Virgie Maude, b Prentiss, Me., Dec. 8, 1895.
IX-719 Clarence Emery, b Prentiss, Me., May, 26, 1898, d Springfield, Me., July 27, 1918; m Florence W. Lyons, b Springfield, Me.; m Sept. 5, 1894, d Bangor, Me., Jan. 8, 1935.
IX-720 Forest, b Prentiss, Me. May 30, 1904.
IX-721 Isabelle Thompson, b June 9, 1906, d Jan. 20, 1976.
IX-722 Ellen Mellisa, b Prentiss, Me. , Feb. 25, 1909, d May 15, 1983; m Lee, Me., July 26, 1924, Eddie Ray Worster, b Webster Plantation, Oct. 3, 1894, d Springfield, Me., Aug. 31, 1951.
IX-723 Gertrude, b Mar. 20, 1911, Jan. 7, 1962; m May 15, 1930, Carl P. Smith.
IX-724 William Edward.

No. VIII-778
        JAMES A. WORSTER
(Joseph7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1)  b Prentiss, May 2, 1872, d Webster Plantation, Me., Sept. 23, 1946; m Evie Spearin, b Winn. Me., Mar. 4, 1870, d Bingham, Me., Mar. 16, 1933.

Children of James Worcester

IX-725 Hazel, b Prentiss, Me. , June 1, 1902; m Skowhegan, Me., Hugo Hjort, Dec. 25, 1919, (div. Sept. 1939)
IX-726 Vivian, b Prentiss, Me. , July 30, 1908.
IX-727 Ernest.
IX-728 Margrett E.

IX-729 Frederick, b Prentiss, Me. , May 19, 1905.
IX-730 Wallace, b Prentiss, Me. , Aug 26, 1906, d Webster Plantation, Me., Sept. 9, 1906.

No. VIII-779
        PEARL ANDREW WORSTER
(Joseph7, Isaac6, Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1)  b Sept. 27, 1874, d Prentiss, Me., Jan 2. 1898; Ana Belle Toby.

Children of Pearl Andrew Worcester

IX-731 Daisy, b Nov. 4, 1909; m Henry Bradeen.
IX-732 Guy E., b Apr. 6, 1898, d Aug. 19, 1899.
IX-733 Delina, b June 25, 1900, d Dec. 31, 1916; m Archy Worster.
IX-734 Doris Pearl, b Aug. 11, 1919; m John A. Smith.

No. VIII-798
        WILLIAM QUINT WORCESTER
(John Franklin7, John6, Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1)  b Salem, Mass., Nov. 18, 1872, m Rochester, NH, Apr. 17, 1895, Maud L., dau Charles and Martha Webber, Centre Lebanon, Me. Residence New York. Sup’t Standard Plunger Elevator.

Children of William Quint Worcester

IX-735 Grace May, b May 27, 1897, adopted, dau of his sister, Addie Florence Morrell.

No. VIII-802
        ASA FRANKLIN WORCESTER
(Bradbury7, Aaron6, Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1)  b Atkinson, Me., Apr. 11, 1853, m 1st Omro, Wis., Nora Elizabeth Craige, divorced 1880, m 2nd 1885, Ft. Scott, Kansas, Lottie M. Pearsall. Journalist and artist.

Children of Asa Franklin Worcester by first marriage

IX-736 William Franklin.

Children of Asa Franklin Worcester by second marriage

IX-737 Jessie Marie, b Ft. Scott, Kansas, July 30, 1887. Residence Enid, Okla.
IX-738 Uri Bradbury, b Nov. 21, 1889, Ft. Scott, Kansas, m Enid, Okla., Oct. 18, 1912, Imo Dunworth. Residence Enid, Okla.
IX-739 Charlotte, b Ft. Scott, Kansas, Aug. 24, 1891. Residence Enid, Okla.
IX-740 Frances, b Pond Creek, Okla., 1895, d Feb. 10, 1897.

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