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THE FIFTH GENERATION

No. V-1
    MOSES WORCESTER
(Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1) b Bradford, Mass., Aug. 19, 1720, d 1807; m1st Mar. 25, 1743, Mary Stickney, Bradford, d May 20, 1778; m2d Sarah ___. Residence 1744-1807 Tewksbury. Yeoman.

Children of Moses Worcester by first marriage

VI-1 Molly, b Oct. 18, 1744; m Nov. 19, 1766, John Flint.
VI-2 Moses, b June 23, 1747, d Oct. 22, 1749.
VI-3 Nathaniel, b Apr. 27, 1749, d June 27, 1760.
VI-4 Moses.
VI-5
Sarah, b Apr. 8, 1754, d Tewksbury Mar. 28, 1811; m May 6, 1776, Nathaniel Hardy. He was in Battle of Lexington, Apr. 19, 1775.

Children of Sarah Hardy

(a) Samuel ,b June 15, 1781, Tewsbury, Mass., d Apr. 25, 1852; m Nov., 1801, Mary Hardy, b Jan. 19, 1783, d Hudson, N. H., Mar. 19, 1859.

Children of Samuel Hardy

(i) Walter Hardy, b Tewsbury, Mass., Mar. 4, 1815; m Hopkinton, N.H., Mar. 3, 1844, Ruth Merrill Clark, b Salem, N.H., Sept. 6, 1823, d N.Y. City, Jan. 13, 1902.

Children of Walter Hardy

a- Emma Maleen, b Lowell, Mass. Jan. 11, 1847; m New York, Feb. 22, 1871, William Gerry Slade, b Boston, Mass., July 31, 1834, d New York, Jan. 10, 1913. Mrs. Slade was an active member of many patriotic philanthropic, genealogical, social and political organizations in New York and Massachusetts - having distinguished herself as founder and for several years presiding officer of several of these societies. Mrs. Slade was a member of the S. R. and Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry. Residence N. Y. City.

Children of Emma Maleen Slade

1- Harriet; m William Murray, son of William A. and Elizabeth (Murray) Crombie of Nashua, N.H.

VI-6 William.
VI-7
Samuel.
VI-8
Dolly, b Mar. 4, 1761; m June 19, 1781, Timothy Hunt, b Tewksbury, Mass., Mar. 6, 1756, d Aug 22, 1838.

Children of Dolly Hunt

(a) Timothy, b Feb. 20, 1784, d Stoddard, N.H., Aug. 10, 1860, m Feb. 18, 1808, Mary Kendrick, b Sept. 1, 1787, Hollis, N.H., d Jan. 6, 1831, Stoddard, N.H.

Children of Timothy Hunt

(i) Timothy, b Feb. 2, 1817. d Stoddard, N.H., Apr. 20, 1869; m Mar., 1839, Tryphenia Fisher, b Stoddard N.H., June 24, 1818, d Stoddard, Feb. 6, 1880.

Children of Timothy Hunt

a- Geo. Washington, b Stoddard, N.H., Feb. 6, 1858; m Antrim, N.H., Dec. 5, 1864, Cora Frances Baker, b Lemster, N.H., Mar. 20, 1864. Residence Antrim, N.H.. Plumbing and heating.

Children of George Washington Hunt

1- Edith Belle, b Antrim, N.H., June 1, 1888, B. S., Simmons College, 1911. Teacher of Domestic Science. Residence Antrim, N.H.

No. V-3
    WILLIAM WORCESTER
(Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1) b Bradford, Mass., Feb. 4,1729; m May 15, 1759, Dorcas Whiting. Himself and wife were admitted to the church in Tewksbury, Aug., 1760. He practiced medicine in Tewksbury, Shirley and other places.

Children of William Worcester, Md.

VI-9 Dorcas, b Mar. 27, 1760, d abt 1810; m Ebenezer Blake, b July 30, 1760, d Solon, N.Y., Aug. 16, 1843. He was a farmer. He served as Post Seargent under Col. Wm. Shepard during American Revolution. Served March 1777 - June 1783.

Children of Dorcas and Ebenezer Blake.

(a)   Sylvia.
(b)   Jason.
(c)   Ebenezer.
(d)   Dorcas, b Stoddard, NH.
(e)   Eliza.

VI-10 Sarah, b Sept. 24, 1761.
VI-11 Mary, b Aug. 27, 1763.
VI-12 William, b Sept. 25,1765, d young.
VI-13 Mary, b June 17, 1767.
VI-14 Dolly, b May 28, 1769, d Greenfield, N.H., Apr. 10, 1852; m Jan. 4, 1791, James Bailey, Tewksbury, Mass., b Nov. 5, 1766, d Greenfield, N.H., Aug. 15, 1839. Farmer.

Children of Dolly Bailey

(a) Leonard, b Greenfield, June 20, 1800, d Greenfield, July 7, 1885, m Betsey Hardy.

Children of Leonard Bailey

(i) Benjamin F., b Nov. 13, 1829, d Feb. 4, 1904, Northampton, Mass.; m Lowell, Mass., Nov. 10, 1850, Sarah Carle, b So. Waterboro, Me., Dec. 19, 1829, d Northampton, Dec. 18, 1889. Contractor.

Children of Benj. F. Bailey

a- Frank Everett, b Greenfield, N.H., Aug. 18, 1852; m Dec. 18, 1883, Jessie E. Piper. Residence Lowell, Mass. Swift & Bailey, wholesale beef and provisions.

(b) Florence Abbott, b Lowell, Dec. 16, 1854; m Apr. 18, 1872, Edwin Carleton Swift, b Sandwich, Mass., Mar. 18, 1849, d Apr. 5, 1906. Residence Swiftmoor, Prides Crossing, Mass. Chairman of the Board of Swift & Co.

Children Of Florence Abbott Swift

(1) Mabelle Florence, b Lancaster, Mass., Mar. 28, 1878; m June 20, 1900, Prides Crossing, Mass., Clarence Moore, Wash., D.C. Lost on the "Titanic" Apr. 15, 1912.

Children Of Mabelle Florence Moore

a- Edwin Swift, b Nov. 25, 1901, d Jan. 11, 1906.
b- Jasper, b Nov. 20, 1905.

(c) Fred Leonard, b Greenfield, Dec. 27, 1868; m Aug. 22, 1893, Evelyn Lenore Taylor, b Jan. 27, 1876. Residence W. Acton, Mass. Farmer.

VI-15 Sampson.
VI-16 Benjamin Whiting.
VI-17 Anna Whiting,
b July 6, 1777.
VI-18 Mehitable, b Mar. 4, 1780.
VI-19 Leonard.

No. V-4
    ELDAD WORCESTER
(Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1) b Bradford, Mass., 1732, d Tewksbury, Mass., Feb. 1, 1779; m Feb. 26, 1761, Rebecca Osgood. He and his wife were admitted to the church Nov. 8, 1761; he was subsequently chosen deacon. About 1747 he removed to Tewksbury with his father, whom he succeeded in the possession of the homestead.

Children of Eldad Worcester

VI-20 Eldad.
VI-21
Rebecca, b Mar. 28, 1764, d Jan. 23, 1773.
VI-22 Rhoda, b Mar. 19, 1766; m Josiah Rogers.
VI-23 Lydia, b Feb. 19, 1768; m Joseph Bradley.
VI-24 Samuel, b Feb. 10, 1770, d at sea.
VI-25 Osgood.
VI-26 John
, b Apr. 5, 1774; m Albany, N.Y., Residence N.Y.
VI-27 Rebecca, b Mar. 12, 1776, d Apr. 8, 1790, Tyngsborough, Mass.
VI-28 Philip, b June 27, 1778, d at sea.

No. V-14
    FRANCIS WORCESTER
(Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Bradford, Mass., Mar. 30, 1721, d Plymouth, NH, Oct. 23, 1741; m Oct. 28, 1741, Hannah Boynton, Newbury, d Apr. 28, 1771. He accompanied his father in his several removes until he settled in Hollis, N.H., about 1744. He was an officer of the church at Hollis and Plymouth, N.H., a Representative and Senator in the General Court of New Hampshire. Residence Hollis until 1768, afterward Plymouth, N.H. Yeoman.

Children of Francis Worcester

VI-29 Abigail, b Nov. 5, 1742, d Feb. 11, 1770.
VI-30 Francis, b June 15, 1744, d Jan. 5, 1749.
VI-31 Jemima, b Jan. 22, 1746, d July 30, 1816; m Chiliab Brainard of Plymouth, had two sons and five daughters.
VI-32 Hannah, b Jan. 3, 1748, d Dec. 9, 1749.
VI-33 Sarah, b June 18, 1749, d July 21, 1749.
VI-34 Beulah, b Oct. 29, 1750, d Nov. 3, 1752.
VI-35 Mary, b Dec. 13, 1751, d Dec. 6, 1752.
VI-36 Lydia, b Apr. 26, 1753, d Jan. 21, 1776.
VI-37 John, b Dec. 31, 1755, d Oct. 10, 1769.
VI-38 Hannah, b Jan. 3, 1757; m Samuel Marsh, Plymouth. Had three sons and one daughter.
VI-39 Francis.
VI-40 Bathsheba
, b Apr. 21, 1763, d 1849; m Timothy Ingalls, Danville, Vt., had two sons and two daughters.

No. V-15
    JESSE WORCESTER
(Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Bradford, Mass., Sept. 05, 1722, d 1757 while a prisoner in Montreal; m Patience ____. He served in the Colonial War at the siege of Oswego. Residence Hollis and Newbury.

Children of Jesse Worcester

VI-41 Mary; m Nov. 14, 1771, Edw. Taylor, Hollis.
VI-42 Hannah; m May 18, 1775, David Hardy, Wilmington, Mass.
VI-43 Samuel.
VI-44
Abigail; m Dec. 19, 1771, Jesse Churchill, Plymouth, N.H.

Worcester Homestead in Hollis, NH

No. V-18
    NOAH WORCESTER
(Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Sandwich, Mass., Oct. 4, 1735, d Hollis, NH, Aug. 13, 1817; m1st Feb. 22, 1757, Lydia dau Abraham Taylor, Hollis, NH, b Oct. 11, 1733, d July 6, 1772; m2d Sept. 29, 1772, Hepzibah Sherwin, b Boxford, Mass., Apr. 30, 1746, d July 2, 1831. He removed to Hollis with his father in 1750, succeeded him in possession of the homestead and lived upon it until his decease. In the winter of 1775-76 he marched at the head of a company to reinforce Washington at Cambridge. He was Justice of the Peace for forty years, and a member of the Convention which framed the Constitution of New Hampshire. His strong mind, sound judgment and strict integrity gave value to his counsels, which was proverbial among his fellow citizens. He was an active member of the church for sixty years.

Children of Noah Worcester by first marriage

VI-45 Noah.
VI-46 Jesse.
VI-47
Lydia, b Hollis, NH, Nov. 8, 1762, d Jan. 16, 1789 (Church Yard Cemetery, Hollis, NH).
VI-48 Sarah, b Hollis, Mar. 24, 1765, d Sept. 23, 1849; m May 27, 1782, John Fox of Dracut, Mass., Hollis, N.H., and Hardwick, Vt., b 1755, d Mar. 29, 1841. Enlisted in the War of the Revolution from Dracut, 1775, discharged at West Point 1780, was pensioned 1818.

Children of Sarah Fox

(a) Infant, b Aug. 21, 1786.
(b) Sally, b Centre Harbor, N.H., Aug. 27, 1788, d Johnstown, Oh., 1866 (or 1867); m 1808 (or 1809) Joel Philbrick, b Dracut, Mass., 1781, d Johnstown, Oh., 1846. They emigrated to Licking Co., Oh., 1817, taking with them five children. Five more were born in Ohio. All lived to maturity, but six of them died without issue.

Children of Sally Philbrick

(1) Tryphena.
(2) Alfred.
(3) Joel.
(4) Sarah, b Gratton, N.H., 1815, d Granville, Oh., 1873; m 1848, Geo. Gillison Strother, b Farquar, Va., 1806, d Granville, Oh., 1884.

Children of Sarah Strother

a- Emma Eliza, b Alexandria, Oh., June 13, 1849, d Dec. 5, 1913, Granville, Oh.; m July 16, 1876, Frank Kimball Horton, b Granville, Oh., 1847. Rural mail carrier.

Children of Emma Eliza Horton

1- Bertha Florence, b Granville, Oh., 1877; m 1910, William Church, b , Zanesville, Oh., 1890.
2- Blanche Frances, b Granville, Oh., 1879.
3- Bessie Fern, b 1881; m 1900, Henry C. Gilter (?), b Zanesville, Oh., 1871.
4- Harry Trask, b Mar. 1, 1884; m Sept. 24, 1908, Ellen Cummings.
5- Arthur J. Strother, b Dec. 2, 1909.
6- Joel Philbrick, b June 16, 1890, d Jan. 25, 1910.

(5) Worcester.
(6) Eliza.
(7) Emeline, b Johnstown, O., May 29, 1817, d Jan. 16, 1882; m 1848, Albert Moulton.

Children of Emeline Moulton

a- Lydia, b Beresa Co., Ill., Jan. 15, 1849; m Alexandria, Oh., Feb., 1868, Charles Sherman Hagaman, b Nov. 16, 1844, Rochester, N.Y. Residence Chilicothe, Mo.

Children of Lydia Hagaman

1- Clara Eliza, b Jan. 14, 1869, d Mar. 29, 1904, St. Joseph, Mo.; m Jan. 14, 1892, Joe Postlewart.
2- Lydia Emeline, b Oct. 17, 1870; m Jan. 10, 1898, R.D. Ward.
3- Wallace Joel, b May 28, 1872; m Aug., 1901, Rose McCully.
4- Charles Albert, b Nov. 28, 1874; m Dec. 18, 1892, Gertrude Onslow.
5- Nettie Jane, b Mar. 31, 1877; m Feb. 5, 1899. Farmer.

(8) Cyrene, b Johnstown, Oh., Sept. 5, 1824, d Huntington, Ind., Dec. 15, 1898; m May 29, 1856, William Goldsberry Cox, b Cumberland, Oh., Apr. 14, 1818, d Apr. 1, 1889, Rose Lawn, Ind., Minister in Rose Lawn. Mrs. Cox grad. Granville Seminary, Oh. Teacher.

Children of Cyrene Cox

a- Mary Belle, b. Fairview, Ill., Jan. 19, 1859. M.A., Mich. Univ. Teacher of History, Huntington H.S.
b- Emma C., b Fairview, Ill., May 7, 1861; m July 8, 1890, Rev. Joseph B. Sites, Co. Supt. Gove Co., Kansas.

Children of Emma C. Sites

1- Mary Edith, b Feb. 7, 1892. Teacher.
2- Paul, b May 7, 1898.
3- Pauline, b May 7, 1898. (Twins)

c- Josephine M., b Fairview, Ill., May 4, 1864. M.A., State Univ., Ind. History teacher at Indianapolis H.S. Residence Huntington, Ind.

(c) Infant, b Mar. 11, 1789.
(d) Abel L., b July 18, 1793, d Hebron, between 1840-45.
(e) Thomas W., b Mar. 13, 1795, d 1815.
(f) John Jr., b Groton, N.H., May 23, 1797, d Jan. 18, 1873; m 1st Nellie Shaw, m 2d Elinor Brewer, d Oct., 1848. He removed to Hebron, Stafford (?) and Hardwick, Vt., then to Laconia, N.H., was a soldier in the war of 1812, enlisted as a fifer, was granted a pension in 1871. From Laconia he removed to his daughter's home in Oakland, Calif. where he died.

Children of John J. Fox by first marriage

(1) Mary Drusilla, b Laconia, N.H., May 29, 1821, d Apr. 8, 1887; m Apr. 4, 1849, Asa Whitman, Stafford, Vt., b Jan. 24, 1819, d Laconia, Feb. 7, 1899, served as a private during the Civil War. He was one of 14 children, seven of whom served during the Civil War. Their gd. father served in the Revolutionary War and their father in the War of 1812. He was an earnest Christian and a preacher in the Freewill Baptist Church.

Children of Mary Drusilla Whitman

a- Sarah Emma, b Oct. 27, 1851; m Thomas Frank Ford.

Children of Sarah Emma Ford

1- Myra E., b Aug. 29, 1869; m George N. Piper, Laconia, N.H.

Children of Myra E. Piper

a. Lena L., b May 29, 1887.
b. Ethel M., d in infancy.
c. Laura Ann, b June 23, 1855; m1st Frank Piper, m2d Frank Gusha.

(2) John Worcester, removed to Charlestown, Mass., d there. Unmarried.

Children of John J. Fox by second marriage

(3) Daniel, d an infant.
(4) Sarah Worcester, b Hardwick, Vt., Nov. 17, 1832; m1st May 15, 1855, John Andres Alfred Wilson of St. John, N.B., d Mar. 13, 1865, Oakland, Calif.; m2d John Degolia Deming, Oct., 1868. He d Jan. 9, 1882, in Oakland.

Children of Sarah W. Deming

a- Inez Florence, b Oakland, June 22, 1869.
b- Sarah Worcester, b Nov. 22, 1873; m 1889, George Richard Haynes.

Children of Sarah W. Haynes

1- Florence Worcester, b June 17, 1890.
2- Dorothy Fox, b July 15, 1891.

(5) Isadore, b Jan. 2, 1835, d Jan., 1890; m Ellen Hamilton.
(6) Louisa, d in infancy.
(7) Almira, d in infancy.
(8) Orvin L., b Hardwick, Vt., Jan. 16, 1844; m Ansella Fauncee, b Boston, Mass., Jan. 29, 1847. Residence Chicago. Editor "The Indicator."

Children of Orvin L. Fox

a- Herbert Orvin, b Chicago, Aug. 29, 1871.
b- Jesse Eugene, b Chicago, Dec. 10, 1876.
c- Ralph Edgar, b Chicago, July 4, 1878.

(9) Ida., b Hardwick, Vt., 1846, d Chicago, 1870.

(g) Rosella, b Aug. 6, 1799, d Johnstown, Oh., June 15, 1872; m Jonathan Brown, removed to Licking Co., Oh., in 1835.

Children of Rosella Fox

(1) Julia, b 1828; m 1850, Wm. K. Morgan.
(2) Amanda; m ____ Irish.
(3) James.

Children of James Brown

a- Lily, b 1852; m Sheddie Rose.
b- Maud, b 1853; m Milton Sharp.
c- Mary, b 1856; m 1887, Norton Crawford. Residence Johnstown, Oh.

Children of Mary Brown

1- Arthur Norton, b May 6, 1895, d Aug. 11, 1896.

(h) Leonard, b Mar. 5, 1801, d Nov. 27, 1872; m 1st Lucy Merrill of Plymouth, N.H., d Jan. 30, 1826, m 2d Centre Harbor, N.H., June 12, 1828, Clarissa Chase, b New Hampton, N.H., Feb. 27, 1807, d Genesco, Ill., Dec. 31, 1893.

Children of Leonard Fox

(1) Laura Ann, b Centre Harbor, N.H., 1821, d Lakeport, N.H., July 2, 1896; m Nathaniel Clark, b 1817, d Mar. 26, 1889.

Children of Laura Ann Clark

a- Sarah, d in infancy.
b- Horace Webber, d Aug. 19, 1900; m Irene Perry, b 1850, d May 21, 1883. He served through the Civil War.

Children of Horace Webber Clark

1- Jennie Abba, m Stephen Murray, Portland, Me.
2- Leonard; m1st Bernice Kirby; m2d ___ .

c- George Worcester; m Georgiana Runlett.

Children of George Worcester Clark

1- Addie Lillian; m1st Levi Smith, who d 1895; m2d Elmer Ellsworth Davis.
2- Adelbert.

d- Frank Delano, b 1848, d May 11, 1905; m Sophronia Brown.

Children of Fran Delano Clark

1- Elmer N., d Oct. 19, 1901; m Genevra Barber.
2- Nellie L.; m Horrace Fogg.

e- Charle Eugene, b 1850, d May 14, 1905, m Nettie Piskerin (?).

Children of Charles Eugene Clark

1- Annie.
2- Ella.
3- Minnie.
4- Martha.
5- Lottie.
6- Ada.
7- Lizzie.
8- Edwin.
9- Willie.
10- George.

(2) Leonard Worcester, b Centre Harbor, N.H., June, 1825, d Montana, June, 1904.
(3) John Putnam, b Oct. 5, 1829, Centre Harbor, N.H.; m Hannah Odivine Thomas, b July 5, 1830. Residence Genesco, Ill.

Children of John Putnam Fox

(a) George Bradbury, b Munson, Henry Co., Ill., Oct. 17, 1865; m Emma Davis, Coralville, Ia., b Oct. 11, 1868. Residence Cedar Rapids, Ia.

Children of George Bradbury Fox

1- Edna Leora, b Iowa City, Apr. 27, 1889.
2- Harry Worcester, b Iowa City, Oct. 12, 1890.
3- Claud Melnotte, b Iowa City, Dec. 5, 1893.
4- George Truman, b Earlham, Ia., June 5, 1896.
5- Herbert Dion, b El Reno, Ok., Apr. 17, 1909, d Apr. 19, 1909.

(i) Lydia Zervia, b Sept. 1, 1804, d about 1854; m John Davis, farmer. Removed to Chelsea, Vt.
(j) Jonathan, b Hebron, N.H., July 9, 1806, d Oct. 16, 1853; m 1829, Lydia Crawford, b Nottingham, Mar. 22, 1808.

Children of Jonathan Fox

(1) Sarah Drusilla, b Centre Harbor, Apr. 2, 1831; m Oct. 11, 1857, Henry Cummings of Boone, Ia.

Children of Sarah Drusilla Fox

a- Infant, d 1859.
b- William H., b Feb. 14, 1862, d Ames, Ia., Apr. 6, 1894.
c- Nellie, b July 28, 1865; m Apr. 5, 1885, Frank Graham who d Mar. 10, 1906.

Children of Nellie Fox

1- Harold Melvin, b 1886.
2- William Lewis, b 1888.
3- Inez Maria, b 1892.
4- Sarah Olive, b 1897.
5- Ellen, b 1899.

(2) Lydia Zervia, d young.
(3) George Henry, b 1841, d Aug. 1863, killed at Little Red River, Ark. Enlisted in the Civil War, Boone, Ia., Aug., 1862, Co. D, 32d Iowa.

VI-49 Leonard.
VI-50
Thomas, b Hollis, Nov. 22, 1768, d Salisbury, NH, Dec. 24, 1831; m Mar. 11, 1792, Deborah Lee, Manchester, Mass., b July 1, 1772. She m 2nd Dea. Petingall of Salisbury, N.H. Rev. Thomas Worcester studied theology with Rev. Daniel Emerson, Hollis, N.H., received honorary degree A.M., Dartmouth, 1806. He printed several sermons and essays. His tombstone in Salisbury, N.H., bears the following inscription:

"Sacred to the memory of Rev. Thomas Worcester, Who devoted himself to the service of Christ in early life; was ordained over the Congregational Church in this town Nov. 9, 1791, and dismissed by a Mutual Council, Apr. 24, 1823, after having been pastor of the church, with which he died in fellowship, more than 31 years. The instructions of his ministry, by the aid of the Holy Spirit, were instrumental in the conversion and salvation of many souls. He departed this life Dec. 24, 1831, aged 63. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints."

VI-51 Samuel.

Children of Noah Worcester by second marriage

VI-52 Hepzibah, b June 12, 1773, Hollis, N.H., d Meredith, N.H., Jan. 14, 1827; m Hollis, Jan. 1, 1795, Rev. David Smith, who d Meredith, Aug. 18, 1824.

Children of Hepzidah Smith

(a) Rev. David Page, b Hollis, Sept. 20, 1795, d Greenfield, N.H., Oct. 1, 1850; m1st Mary Philbrick, Andover, N.H., d at birth of twins, who were buried with her; m2d Mary Jane Downs, Grad. Dartmouth, 1823, preached Sandwich, N.H., Parsonsfield and Newfield, Me., settled finally in Greenfield, N.H.
(b) Noah, b Sept. 7, 1798, d West Boylston, Mass., Nov. 22, 1837; m Mary Perry of Temple, Me., settled there on the farm of his father.

Children of Noah Smith

1) Infant.
2) Samuel Worcester.
3) Noah David.
4) Mary Hepzibah.
5) Infant.
6) Hannah Perry.
7) Moses Perry.
8) Augustus Eli.
9) Vesta Hackett.

(c) Hepzibah Rolinda, b Sept. 27, 1801, d Temple, Me., June 6, 1833; m Dea John Scales.

Children of Hepzibah Rolinda Smith

(1) Mary Hepzibah, d Temple, Me. aged 18.

(d) Emmons, b Dec. 2 (or 7), 1802, d Boston, Mass., Apr. 16, 1826.
(e) Martha, b July 14, 1804, d 1808.
(f) Mary, b Sept. 19, 1805, d Newport, Vt., Mar. 10, 1877; m Nath. Rogers of Moultonboro, N.H., Dec. 20, 1830.

Children of Mary Smith

(1) Harriet Newhall, b Oct. 5, 1831, d Newport Centre, Vt., Sept. 25, 1895; m Newport Centre, May 23, 1856, Chauncy Sias.
(2) Martha Dodge, b Feb. 2, 1834, d Newport Centre, Vt., Feb. 24, 1849.
(3) John, b Jan. 16, 1836, d W. Dudley, Vt., Jan. 5, 1911; m1st Dec. 15, 1858, Jerusha P. Huse; m2d Mrs. Lydia Lamb Kilby.

Children of John Rogers

(a) David.
(b) Ida.
(c) Genie.
(d) Nancy.
(e) William.
(f) Simeon.
(g) Hattie.
(h) Harry (triplets).

Children of David Rogers

(4) David Worcester, b Jan. 22, 1838, d Sept. 3, 1895; m1st W. Derby, Vt., Mrs. Lavonia Blake Drew; m2d Mrs. Hannah Blake Field.

Children of David Worcester Rogers

(a) Ellsworth.
(b) Israel.
(c) Herbert.
(d) Lucinda.
(e) May.
(f) Ernest.

(5) Nath. Sewell, b June 7, 1840; m Sept. 25, 1866, Mary E. Whipple, b Nov. 17, 1841, d Aug. 26, 1907, was a soldier in the Civil War.
(6) Mary Helen, b Oct. 23, 1842, d Newport, Vt., Jan. 2, 1906; m Newport Centre, Vt., June 18, 1873, Tarrant Stockwell Cummings.

Children of Mary Helen Cummings

a- Mattie Ella, b Newport, Vt., May 1, 1874, d Sept. 21, 1875.
b- Myra Idyll Susan, b Newport, Vt., July 25, 1877.
c- Loretta Eunice, b Newport, Vt., Nov. 9, 1878 (twin).
d- Lorenzo George, b Newport, Vt., Nov. 9, 1878 (twin), m Sept. 1904, Nina Ethel Achilles, b Georgeville, Quebec, May 14, 1884.

(7) George Washington, b Newport Centre, Vt., May 2, 1846; m1st May 16, 1872, Ruth Ella Wilcox, b Jay, Vt., May 19, 1849, d Sept. 25, 1907; m2d Nov. 18, 1911, Jennie Miles Abbey, b E. Charlestown, Vt., Oct. 3, 1868, d Newport Centre, Sept. 25, 1907.

(g) Hannah, b Sept. 20, 1806, d Meredith, N.H., Mar. 2, 1878; m 1828, John Fernald of Meredith, b Moultonboro, Aug. 11, 1805, d Feb. 9, 1886.

Children of Hannah Fernald

(1) Mary Worcester, b Meredith, Feb. 28, 1829, d Mar. 23, 1893; m July 20, 1854, Jazell Robinson.

(h) Lydia, b Aug. 1, 1808, d Hollis, Aug. 15, 1808.
(i) Sewall, b Temple, Me., May 5, 1811, d Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 25, 1847; m July 2, 1832, Mary Goss, New Hampton, b Aug. 5, 1809, d May 9, 1875.

Children of Sewall Smith

(1) Ruth Favor, b Wentworth, N.H., Nov. 5, 1833, d Ashland, N.H., May 2, 1903; m Aug. 1, 1852, Ebenezer K. Pray, b Nov. 19, 1829, d Bristol, N.H., Feb. 16, 1902.
(2) Martha Scribner, b May 5, 1838, d Meredith, May 2, 1857.
(3) Mary Sewall, b Meredith, Nov. 18, 1844; m Ashland, 1864, James Ford Huckins, b Aug. 13, 1840. Residence Ashland, N.H.

(j) Martha, b Dec. 26, 1813, d 1814.
(k) Eunice Woodbury, b Dec. 2, 1816, d Mar. 5, 1914; m Temple, Me., Mar. 1, 1841, Summer True, who d Temple, Me., 1862.

VI-53 William, b Dec. 11, 1774, d Jan. 10, 1775.
VI-54 William, b Nov. 29, 1775, d Jan. 13, 1776.
VI-55 Abigail, b June 29, 1777, d Nov. 30, 1778.
VI-56 David, b Apr. 30, 1779, d Mar. 22, 1782.
VI-57 Ebenezer.
VI-58
Hannah, b Mar. 17, 1783,  m1st Jan. 19, 1826, Deacon Stephen Thurston, Bedford, N.H.; m2d Feb. 5, 1834, Jonathan Ireland, Dunbarton, N.H.

Children of Hannah Thurston

(a) Mary Delia, b Feb. 28, 1827

VI-59 David, b Mar. 25, 1785, d Mar. 13, 1808.
VI-60 James.

No. V-21
    JOHN WORSTER
, (John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Boxford, Mass., Aug. 11, 1734, d 1813; m1st Nov. 20, 1760, Mary Mizzy; m2d Rebecca White, Apr. 28, 1763. In the War of the Revolution he was present at the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill. He was a selectman and an assessor. Residence Leicester then Spencer, 1747-1813. Yeoman and innholder.

Children of John Worster by first marriage

VI-61 John.
VI-62 Rebecca
, b Jan. 22, 1764, d Fort Miller, N.Y., Feb. 11, 1828; mPaxton, Mass., July 26, 1787, Josiah Livermore, b Leicester, May 12, 1761, d Northumberland, N.Y., Jan. 29, 1840. He enlisted in the Revolutionary Army at Spencer, Mass., went to Fort William Henry.

Children of Rebecca Livermore

(a) Rebecca, b Jan. 23, 1789, Fort Miller, N.Y.
(b) Lydia, b Nov. 11, 1790, Fort Miller, N.Y.
(c) Abigail, b Oct. 26, 1792, Fort Miller, N.Y., d Jan. 19, 1889.
(d) Elizabeth, b May 19, 1795, Fort Miller, N.Y.
(e) John Worcester, b Nov., 1796, Fort Miller, N.Y.; m Elizabeth Raymond.

Children of John Worcester Livermore

(1) Raymond Bellinger, m Ella W. Losey, b Dover, N.J., Dec. 15, 1841.

Children of Raymond B. Livermore

a- Edith, b N.Y. City, Mar. 3, 1872, m Nov. 26, 1895, New York, Andreas August Sasse, b Hille, Germany, Oct. 11, 1861. He was educated in Germany and at the Boston Institute of Technology. Mrs. Sasse was educated in Normal College, N.Y. City.

Children of Edith Sasse

1- Andreas Raymond, b N.Y. City, July 31, 1896.
2- Edith, b Richmond Hill, L.I., Dec. 14, 1899.
3- Helmar Livermore, b Richmond Hill, L.I., Apr. 14, 1905.

VI-63 Molly, b Oct. 3, 1765.
VI-64 Sarah, b Sept. 20, 1767.
VI-65 Asa.
VI-66
Abigail, b 1774.
VI-67 Eli.
VI-68 Alpheus.

No. V-25
    OLIVER WOOSTER
(Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Newbury, Sept. 7, 1731, d Dec. 3, 1799; m Dec. 6, 1756, Abigail Clark, Newbury; d Nov. 3, 1739. Residence Kennebec Co., Me., 1763-1765; afterward until his decease Hancock, Me. He was a private during the French and Indian War under the command of Col. Jonathan Bagley at Crown Point from Feb. 18 to Dec. 17, 1756. Stationed at Fort William Henry on Lake George. Yeoman.

Children of Oliver Wooster

VI-69 William.
VI-70 Emma
, b Feb. 28, 1761.
VI-71 Joanna, b Oct. 26, 1763.
VI-72 David.
VI-73 Oliver.
VI-74 Daniel
, b Dec. 27, 1771, d 1789.
VI-75 Abigail, b Dec. 10, 1773.
VI-76 Summers.
VI-77 Elizabeth
, b Jan. 14, 1778.

No. V-27
    LUKE HOVEY WORCESTER
(William4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Falmouth, Me., Nov. 15, 1740, d Oct. 12, 1833, age 93; m1st Sarah Noyes; m2d Gorham, Me., Mary Maxwell. He was deacon of the church in Falmouth. Residence, Minot, Me. 1810-1833. Yeoman.

Children of Luke Worcester by first marriage

VI-78 Mary, b Feb., 1764, d Sept. 26, 1806.
VI-79 Sarah, d young.
VI-80 Martha, d young.
VI-81 Sarah, d young.
VI-82 William.

Children of Luke Worcester by second marriage

VI-83 Abigail.
VI-84 Luke, b July 4, 1779, d 1804.
VI-85 Rebecca, d young.
VI-86 James.
VI-87
Azabel, d young.
VI-88 Josiah, b 1786, d 1837, unmarried.
VI-89 Apphia, d young.
VI-90 Hovey, d young.
VI-91 Susan, d young.

No. V-31
    JONATHAN WORCESTER
(Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Haverhill, Sept. 23, 1733, d Groton, Mass., Nov., 1812; m1st Lucy Green; m2d Eunice Nutting. Residence Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham West and Groton, until about 1797; Tyngsboro until 1811, Groton 1811-12. Listed (along with his brother Asa) on the muster roll of Cap't. John Hazzen of Haverhill for the reduction of Ft. Ticonderoga and Crown Point. Yeoman.

Children of Jonathan Worcester

VI-92 Mahala, b , d July 30, 1790; m Rowland Lawrence, Groton.
VI-93 Lucy, b Sept. 9, 1793; m William Mention, Pepperell.
VI-94 Eunice, b July 29, 1795, d Mar. 17, 1817.
VI-95 Jonathan, b Feb. 9, 1797, d Apr., 1814, unmarried.
VI-96 Luceba, b Dec. 29, 1798; m James Willis, Boston.
VI-97 Jesse.
VI-98
Sybil, b Jan. 9, 1803, m Jas. Kendall.
VI-99 Joel, b Oct. 5, 1804, d Dunstable, Dec. 21, 1828, unmarried.
VI-100 Jonas, b May 29, 1807. Residence Hollis, N.H. Unmarried.
VI-101 John, b Mar. 28, 1809, d 1842, unmarried.

No. V-34
    ASA WORCESTER
(Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 27, 1738, d Windsor, Vt., 1817 or 1818; m Dec. 15, 1763, Anna, dau Benjamin Parker, Groton, Mass., July 12, 1748. He enlisted as a soldier in the French and Indian War at the age of 16 and served in the War of the Revolution. Is listed (along with his brother, Jonathan) on the muster roll of Cap't. John Hazzen's of Haverhill for the reduction of Ticonderoga and Crown Point. He served as a scout with the rank of sergeant. Residence Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham West and Groton until 1775, afterwards, Windsor, Vt. until his death. Yeoman.

Children of Asa Worcester

VI-102 Anna, b Dec. 10, 1765, d Windsor, Vt.; m Lazarus Bannister.
VI-103 Mary, b Mar. 20, 1767; m Caleb Williston. Residence N.Y. State.
VI-104 Abigail, b Feb. 26, 1769; m Daniel Burt.Residence N.Y. State.
VI-105 Asa.
VI-106 Elijah.
VI-107 Prudence
, b 1775, d Plymouth, Vt.; m Reuben Burt.
VI-108 Sarah, b 1777, d Windsor, Vt.
VI-109 Elisha, b 1780, d Windsor, Vt.
VI-110 Parker.

No. V-35
    SAMUEL WORCESTER
(Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Haverhill, Mass, Feb. 26, 1740, d Dunstable; m Isabel Coburn. Residence Haverhill, Methuen, Nottingham West, Groton and Westford, until 1794, afterward Tyngsboro and Dunstable.

Children of Samuel Worcester

VI-111 Samuel, b Apr., 1771, d Tyngsboro, Mass., Dec. 22, 1843, of dropsy.
VI-112 Oliver.
VI-113
Sybil, b Mar. 2, 1774, d 1792.
VI-114 Jonathan.
VI-115
Mary, b 1778, d 1796.
VI-116 William, b Nov. 8, 1780; m Sept. 30, 1804, Jemima Spaulding, Boston.
VI-117 Joseph, b 1782, d 1786.
VI-118 Mahala, b Jan. 17, 1785; m Tyngsborough, Mass., Jan. 10, 1811,Cyprian Bannister.

No. V-36
    BENJAMIN WORCESTER
(Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Haverhill, Aug. 8, 1742, d Weathersfield, Feb. 7, 1821; m c1773, Molly Wood, about 1773, b about 1750, d Oct. 20, 1823, Weatherfield. Served as a private in the Revolutionary War. Residence Haverhill, Metheun, Nottingham West, Groton and Weathersfield, Vt. Yeoman.

Children of Benjamin Worcester

VI-119 Phila, b Mar. 24, 1775 Dearfield, Mass.; m Abt. 1773, New Haven, Conn., Henry Tolles, b Aug, 29, 1768, d Aug. 17, 1855, Weathersfield, Vt.

Children of Phila Tolles

       (a) Phila, b Mar. 9, 1797, Weathersfield, Vt.

       (b)  Luke, Abt. 1801, Vt.


VI-120 Polly, b Feb. 4, 1777, d Oct. 18, 1825; m Daniel Weatherbee.
VI-121 Hannah, b Mar. 1799, Wethersfield, Vt.,  m 28 Mar. 1799, Edward Downs, son of Joseph Downs and Phoebe Sperry. d 29 Mar. 1853, Ticonderoga, N.Y.  Residence New York.

Children of Hanna Downs

(a) Jared, b Jun 2, 1801, Weathersfield, Vt., m Sally Garfield.

Children of Jared Downs

(1) Rollin C.

        (b) Chandler, b 1827.

VI-122 Sarah, b Mar. 3, 1781, d Nov. 29, 1816; m Wyman.
VI-123 Benjamin.
VI-124 Samuel Parker.
VI-125 Plina
, b Apr. 12, 1787, d Feb. 9, 1808.
VI-126 Elizabeth, b Mar. 26, 1790; m Warner.
VI-127 Ceba, b Jan. 21, 1792, d Apr. 25, 1794.
VI-128 Eusebius.

No. V-39
    FRANCIS WORCESTER
(Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b , d Groton, Nov. 5, 1836; m Apr. 11, 1775, Mary Simmons, Haverhill, Mass., d 1839, age 80 yrs.. Residence Groton, Mass.

Children of Francis Worcester

VI-129 Hannah; m John Hazen. Residence Groton.
VI-130 Benjamin.
VI-131
Anna. Residence Groton.
VI-132 Lucy. Residence Groton.
VI-133 Mary; m1st Abel Holden; m2d John Brown. Residence Groton.

Children of Mary Abel

(a) Emma.
(b) Abel.
(c) William.
(d) Mary.
(e) Hannah.

VI-134 Francis, d Dunstable.
VI-135 Job.
VI-136 Asa.
VI-137
James. Residence Groton.

No. V-49
    JOSEPH WORSTER
(Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1). b Littleton, Mass, Feb. 19, 1739, d Ashby, Mass., Mar. 30, 1809; m Mar. 19, 1760, Sarah Adams, Harvard, Mass. Residence Littleton 1739-1781 afterward Ashby. Yeoman.

Children of Joseph Worster

VI-138 Levi, b Dec. 26, 1760, d young.
VI-139 Levi.
VI-140
Sarah, b Mar. 22, 1765, d Feb. 27, 1799.
VI-141 Joseph.
VI-142
Mary, b June 25, 1770, d May 12, 1842; m1st Oliver Lawrence; m2d James Thraser.
VI-143 Elizabeth, b Sept. 5, 1772, d Mar. 18, 1798.
VI-144 Dorothy, b June 22, 1774.
VI-145 Rebecca, b June 9, 1777, d Dec. 24, 1801.
VI-146 Anna, b May 24, 1781.

No. V-50
    BENJAMIN WORSTER
(Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Littleton, Mass, Apr. 20, 1741, d Nov. 29, 1836; m Sarah Bridges, who was b Apr. 12, 1744, d Feb. 15, 1829. Residence Littleton. Yeoman.

Children of Benjamin Worster

VI-147 Betty, b Apr. 25, 1768, d Aug. 17, 1768.
VI-148 Betty, b May 30, 1769, d Oct. 16, 1769.
VI-149 Bridges, b Aug. 24, 1770, d 1770.
VI-150 Rhoda, b May 26, 1771; m Apr. 10, 1803, Isaac Wright.

Children of Rhoda Wright

(a) Ithamar, b Feb. 1804.

VI-151 Bridges.
VI-152
Sarah, b Mar. 17, 1777, d Apr. 21, 1777 (twin).
VI-153 Lucy Ann, b Mar. 17, 1777, d July 5, 1846.
VI-154 Ephraim, b Nov. 13, 1779, d July 10, 1844.
VI-155 Benjamin, b Apr. 23, 1788; m Dec. 19, 1811, Lydia Tuttle, Littleton, b Mar. 19, 1791. Residence Littleton.

No. V-57
    MOSES WORCESTER
(Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Harvard, Mass., Jan. 10, 1739; m 1768, Sarah Wilt.

Children of Moses Worcester

VI-156 Jonathan.

No. V-62
    EBENEZER WORSTER
(Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Harvard, Mass., July 05, 1749; m Elizabeth . Residence Harvard, Mass.

Children of Ebenezer Worster

VI-157 Rebecca, b Harvard, Mass., Dec. 30, 1772.
VI-158 Betty, b Harvard, Mass., Sept. 12, 1774.
VI-159 Bezalmel, b Bolton, Mass., Feb. 15, 1777.
VI-160 Ebenezer.
VI-161 Molley, b Bolton, Mass., May 6, 1781.

No. V-65
    SAMUEL WORCESTER
(Ebenezer4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Harvard, Mass., Oct. 19, 1743, d Lancaster, Mass., Apr. 17, 1812; m1st July 26, 1770, Nancy Wissel; m2d Dec. 25, 1790, Relief Johnson, b Lancaster, Mass., Aug., 1757. Served for two years during the French and Indian War mostly on garrison duty in Quebec 1761-2. Listed as having enlisted in the regular American Army after the Harvard militia responded to the alarm on Apr. 19, 1775. Was present at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Served in the Fifteenth Regiment under Col. Timothy Bigelow in Cap't Joshua Brown's Company, May 1, 1777 to Mar. 11, 1779. Took part in the battles that resulted in the surrender of Burgoyne and for the rest of his term of enlistment, was generally stationed along the Hudson. He was mustered out in 1782, after having served for seven years in the Revolutionary Wars.

Children of Samuel Worcester by first marriage

VI-162 Infant, b and d Sept. 5, 1771.
VI-163 Samuel.

No. V-70
    JOHN WORSTER
(John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) bpt. Jan. 13, 1741/42, d Lebanon, Me., Nov. 12, 1809; m1st Sarah ___ who d Lebanon, Me., Mar. 1801; m2d Lebanon, MAy 3, 1803, Dolly Door. Removed from Berwick to Lebanon before 1773. Mrs. Worster requested prayers for her husband "gone to the Army," Aug. 31 and Sept. 21, 1777. Private in Capt. Samuel Derby's Co. Col. John Bailey's Regiment from July 1, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779.

Children of John Worster by first marriage

VI-164 Dorcas, b Berwick, Me., June 25, 1777, d Jan. 31, 1831; m Berwick, Me., May 21, 1798, Phillip Yeaton.
VI-165 Ichabod, b c1764, d Oct. 29, 1788.
VI-166 Anna, b Mar. 14, 1764, d Dec. 14, 1784.
IV-167 Samuel, b Dec. 31, 1765.
IV-168 Lydia, b May 14, 1767.
IV-169  Sarah, b Nov. 5, 1770.
IV-170 Moses Remick.
IV-171
John, b Middletown, NH, Feb. 27, 1776; m Soept. 15, 1803, Eunice Tibbetts.
IV-172 Sarah, b Nov. 5, 1778.

No. V-74
    GEORGE WORSTER
(John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) bpt Berwick, Me., Sept. 9, 1744; m Margaret Clements, bpt. Jan. 24, 1753, First Church of Berwick, Me. Residence Berwick, Me., and Somersworth, N.H. Yeoman.

Children of George Worster

VI-173 Betsey, bpt. July 2, 1782, d young.
VI-174 Ezekiel.
VI-175 Mark.
VI-176 Thomas.
VI-177
Lemuel, b July 2, 1782, d at sea.
VI-178 Alexander.
VI-179
Joshua, b Berwick, July 2, 1782, d Berwick, Me.
VI-180 George, b July 5, 1786, d Thomaston, Me.,; m Olive Greenleaf, Nov. 23, 1808. Residence Thomaston, Me.
VI-181 John.

No. V-75
    LEMUEL WORSTER
(John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Sept. 25, 1747, d Milton, NH, c 1821; m1st Berwick, Dec. 12, 1769, Mary Woodsum; m2d July 4, 1805, Lydia Gowell. Yeoman.

Children of Lemuel Worster

VI-182 Isaac.
VI-183
Lemuel.
VI-184 Dorcas, b June 25, 1777; m Philip Yeaton, Belgrade, Me.
VI-185 George.
VI-186
Polly, m John Scates, Milton, N.H.

Children of Polly Scates

(a) Zimri.
(b) Alvah.
(c) Maria.
(d) Lydia.
(e) Hannah.
(f) Jay.
(g) Zimri.

VI-187 Sally, b c Aug. 1793, d Jan. 12, 1863; m1st Samuel E. Wallingford, Milton, N.H.; m2d Levi James, Milton, N.H.

Children of Sally Wallingford

(a) Zimri.
(b) David.
(c) Mary.
(d) Ira.
(e) James.

VI-188 Betsy, b Berwick, Me., May 10, 1785, d Nov. 12, 1839; m Isaac Scates, Milton, N.H.

Children of Betsy Scates

(a) Isaac.
(b) Clarissa.
(c) George W.

VI-189 John.
VI-190
Lydia, b c1795, d Milton, Me., June 6, 1863.

No. V-80
    SAMUEL WORSTER,
(John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1). b Berwick, Me., July, 1746, d 1812; m Sept. 22, 1747, Sally Jones. Residence Berwick.

Children of Samuel Worster

VI-191 Hannah, b Dec. 27, 1772, d June 27, 1874. Residence Berwick, Me.
VI-192 Sally, b May 19, 1777; m Enoch Varnum.
VI-193 Samuel, b July 28, 1780, d at sea Sept. 20, 1805; m Patty Brown.
VI-194 John, b Sept. 14, 1784, d Dec. 18, 1841.
VI-195 Martha, b Sept. 20, 1788, d Nov. 13, 1880.
VI-196 Elizabeth, b Jan. 11, 1793, d May 15, 1850; m May 6, 1812, Daniel Keay, b June 26, 1798, d Oct. 3, 1827.

No. V-82
    PHILIP WORCESTER
(Samuel4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1). bpt Berwick, Me., May 23, 1754, d Acton, Me., Nov. 25, 1817; m Berwick, Dec. 24, 1778, Ann Ringe, b Apr. 8, 1762, d Sept. 27, 1824, at Acton, Me. Resided Berwick, Me., Portsmouth, NH, and Acton, Me. Fifer in Capt. Ebenezer Sullivan's Company, Col. James Scammon's Regt. In service at Cambridge, Mass., May to August, 1775.

Children of Philip Worcester

VI-197 Philip.
VI-198 Ichabod.
VI-199 Thomas. Born before 1790 according to census, d without issue.
VI-200 Margaret, b Oct. 30, 1799, d Feb. 17, 1862; m Shapleigh, Apr. 8, 1805, Samuel Stevens, d Acton, Apr. 14, 1837.
VI-201 Betsey, b June 2, 1785, d Acton, Mar. 2, 1865; m Sept. 1, 1805, Ezekiel Prescott, son of Sally (Brown) and Jonathan Prescott, b Epping, N.H., Aug. 27, 1783, d May 27, 1835, in Acton, Me. Residence Acton.

Children of Betsey Prescott

(a) Helen Rogers, b Nov. 17, 1806, d Dec. 12, 1846; m Aug. 6, 1826, Moses Stacey.
(b) Jonathan, b Aug. 1, 1808, d July 14, 1887; m1st Sarah Prescott, m2d Ellen Jewett Thompson, d July 14, 1887.
(c) Mary Elizabeth, b Oct. 31, 1810, d Apr. 12, 1885; m William Leigh Emery of Sanford, Me., Mar. 10, 1834, son of Thomas S. and Betsy Emery, b Aug. 22, 1808, d Oct. 2, 1876.

Children of Mary E. Emery

(1) Betsey, b Mar. 26, 1835, d May 25, 1846.
(2) Edwin, b Sept. 4, 1836, d Sept. 28, 1895; m Louisa Farnham Wing.
(3) Elmira, b Nov. 22, 1837, d Oct. 23, 1912; m John Colbath.
(4) Frances A., b Apr. 15, 1839, d Jan. 29, 1862.
(5) George P., b Dec. 21, 1840, d Dec. 25, 1840.
(6) George Albert, b Dec. 21, 1841, d Nov. 21, 1890; m Susan Ellen Leavitt.
(7) Ellen Maria, b July 24, 1843.
(8) Prescott, Feb. 24, 1845, d Nov. 14, 1898; m1st Alma Olivia Cleaves; m2d Harriet L. Clayton.
(9) Infant, b Apr. 1, 1847, d Apr. 2, 1847.
(10) Willis Tappan, b Sept. 14, 1848; m Mary Elizabeth Nute.

(d) George Washington, b Shapleigh, Me., Nov. 4, 1813, d Oct. 6, 1886; m Eliza Brackett, b Mar. 13, 1817.
(e) Rosetta Presscott, b Aug. 19, 1816, d June 3, 1845; m John Jones.
(f) Martha Ann, b Oct. 26, 1818, d June 3, 1849; m Richard T. Jones.
(g) Maria, b May 12, 1821, d Mar. 1, 1905; m John James.
(h) Sarah Worcester, b Apr. 16, 1823, d Oct. 28, 1902; m George Newman Noyes.
(i) Stephen Brown, b Mar. 22, 1826, d Sept. 19, 1852.
(j) Elmira Reading, b Sept.29, 1829, d Jan. 9, 1884; m Stephen F. Ricker, b Sept.
(k) Ezekiel Ancill, b Dec. 5, 1831, d Oct. 5, 1910; m Abby Hilton.

No. V-88
    MOSES WORSTER
(Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b c1739, bpt. Sept. 9, 1744, d Columbia, Me., 1810+; m1st prob. c1764, ____; m2d Mar. 30, 1805, Mrs. Susannah (Nash) Chandler Knowles, b North Yarmouth, Mar. 17, 1753, d 1836. Moved to Pleasant River, Me., some time after May 2, 1763, as on this date he witnessed a deed from Gowen Wilson to Joseph Wilson at Falmouth or vicinity. He was living in Pleasant River on May 2, 1769 when he served as one of the appraisers of personal estate of Gowen Wilson. He is credited with several periods of service during the Revolutionary War. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1775, in Capt. Francis Shaw’s Co. and served 4 mos., 1 day, Company stationed at Gouldsborough, No. 4 Narraguagus (Cherryfield, Me.) and Pleasant River for the defense of the sea coast. He also enlisted Aug. 9, 1777, in Capt. Reuben Dyer’s Comp. Raised for the expedition against St. Johns, N.S., continued in service at Machias for its defense, and dismissed on Dec. 6, 1777. He also entered into service again on Oct. 27, 1780 in Capt. Sullivan’s Company, ordered out by Col. John Allen to protect the inhabitants of Frenchmans Bay. Discharged on Nov. 14, 1780. On Apr. 27, 1778, he is listed among the 213 inhabitants (as a family of 8) of #6 West of Machias, Me. Susannah was living as late as 1836 when she signed a deed releasing her dower rights.

Children of Moses Worster

VI-202 Moses.
VI-203
Mary, b Feb. 28, 1767, d Oct. 8, 1844; m c1790, Isaac Leighton, son of Samuel, b Feb. 25, 1763, d Jan. 20, 1836.

Children of Mary and Isaac Leighton

(a) Moses, b Oct. 19, 1790, d Columbia, Me., Jan. 17, 1875; m May 8, 1813, Prudence Allen (Gideon), b Columbia, Me., 1794, d Columbia Falls, Me., May 15, 1871.

Children of Moses Leighton and Prudence Leighton

(1) Lovicia S., b Columbia, Me., Apr. 6, 1816, 1854; m 1835 her cousin, Daniel A. Sinclair.
(2) Levi L., b Columbia, Me., Sept. 18, 1818, d 1912.
(3) Jackson Clapp, b Columbia, Me., May 14, 1820, d 1881.
(4) Warren, b c1822, d in infancy.
(5) Asa Green, b Columbia, Me., Apr. 6, 1825, d 1872,
(6) Otid McKezie, b Columbia, Me., July 7, 1827, d Columbia, Me., Feb. 21, 1881; m1st Columbia, Me., Dec. 25, 1857, Elizabeth M. Tabbutt, b So. Addison, Me., Jan. 20, 1826, d Columbia, Me., Mar. 5, 1866; m2d Columbia, Me., Mar 2, 1872, Salome W. Cummings, dau of Ichabod Willey and Catherine W. Skinner Cummings, b Jonesport, Me., Feb. 1838.
(7) Cyrene Bancroft, b Columbia, Me., Mar. 30, 1898; m 1852, William Hezekiah Ingersoll.
(8) Sophia A., b Columbia, Me., July 8, 1831; m her cousin, Obadiah W. Allen.
(9) Prudence C. "Dencie", b May 8, 1833, d 1916; m David Freeman Wass.
(10) Mary A.D., b Columbia, Me., Mar. 9, 1937, d 1906; m 1859, Enoch Auburn Low.
(11) Susanna T., b Columbia, Me., 1842, d 1876; m 1859, Zenus Wilder Tabbutt.

(b) Samuel, b Sept. 22, 1792, d Columbia, Me., Aug. 8, 1876; m1st Jonesport, Me., Oct. 29, 1814, Mary Ann Ward, b Columbia, Me., 1793, d Columbia, Me., Nov. 26, 1838; m2d Nov. 26, 1842, Mrs. Elizabeth (Ward) Hamlin (They were sisters), Cherryfield, Me., Oct. 26, 1805,  Elizabeth was the widow of A.G. Hamlin and dau of John and Rebecca (Lovett) Ward.)

Children of Samuel and Mary Ann Ward

(1) Daughter, b 1810s', d 1830+.
(2) Catherine B., b Columbia, Me., c1820, d in Minn., c 1891; m 1850+.
(3) Vienna, b Columbia, Me., c1823, d 1870+. Lived in Milbridge. Unmarried.
(4) Benjamin Campbell Coffin, b Columbia, Me., June 29, 1825, d Cape Town, S. Africa, 1850+; m Louisa C. Dorman, dau of Israel and Joanna (Kingsley) Dorman, b Beddington, Me., Mar. 15, 1827, d Nov. 1852. Two children: Harriet E. and Alvah Malcolm.
(5) Alpheus Billings,b Columbia, Me., Dec. 15, 1826, d Fair Haven, Minn., 1897; Irene l. Gould, b Fair Haven, Minn., May 22, 1826. Five children: Melbourne, Henry, Alva, Andrew H., Jennie E., and Abby A.
(6) Nathaniel Green, b 1828, d Unionville, Me., Dec. 10, 1896;1st Beddington, Me., Sept. 12, 1852, Mary Emeline Dorman, b Beddington, Me., Aug. 9, 1829, d 1873+, dau of Israel and Joanna (Kingsley) Dorman; at least two children: George and Jennie; m2d 1870s, Aubine (Libby) Johnson, b Machiasport, Me., c 1865, d 1880+, dau of John F. and Mary E. (Cole) Libby; total of 11(?) children. Nathaniel was a Civil War veteran, lumberman at Columbia, Me.
(7) Ambrose, b 1832, d 1850+; unmarried.
(8) Lucretia, b 1835, d Minn., 1850+; m Maine, 1850+, Lewis Hillman Dorman, b 1834, d 1850+, son of Israel and Joanna (Kingsley) Dorman. Moved to Minn.

Children of Samuel and Elizabeth Hamlin

(9) Hannibal Hamlin, b 1844, d in Civil War at Fredricksburg, Va., May 13, 1863.
(10) Mary Ann, b 1845, d 1920+; m 1866, Robert William Bucknam as his second wife.
(11) Charles P., b Apr. 1847, d Haverhill, Mass., 1900-1910; lived at Haverhill, Mass.; m1st ___; m2d Ellen J. ___, b NH, May, 1847.
(12) Frederick S., b cAug. 1849, d June 29, 1863.

(c) Levi W., b Columbia, Me., Feb. 11, 1795, d Columbia, Me., Aug. 11, 1874; m1st Steuben, Me., Mar. 2, 1822, Leoniece Coffin, b Columbia, Me., Nov. 24, 180-1, d Columbia, Me., Jan. 15, 1830; m2nd Columbia, Me., Jan. 31, 1832,  Mary L. Whitten, b Columbia, Me., Mar. 11, 1835; m3rd Cherryfield, Me., June 26, 1835, Elizabeth "Betsey" Small, CHerryfield, Me., Sept. 18, 1813, d Addison, Me., May 27, 1894. Stone mason in Columbia, Me.

Children of Levi W. and Leonice Coffin

(1) Albion Keith Parris, b Apr. 6, 1823, d Bangor, Me., Apr. 7, 1892; m Columbia, Me., Aug. 16, 1849, Mary C. Robinson, b Cherryfield, Me., 1822, d Bangor, Me., Sept. 10, 1906, dau of Rev. Nathaniel S. and Mary (Ward) Robinson of Dover. No children. Civil War veteran, school teacher at Columbia and shoestore operator at Bangor.
(2) Gilbert Lafayette, b July 28, 1825, d Bangor, Me., May 16, 1894. Farmer at Columbia, later operated shoestore with his brother in Bangor, Me.
(3) Ruth Ann, b Oct. 29, 1827, d Dec. 29, 1881; m Jason A. Crowell, b c1825, d 1880+.
(4) John Wilson, b June 6, 1829, d 1911.

Children of Levi W. and Mary L. Whitten

(5) Leonice A., b Columbia, Me., June 6, 1833, d Columbia, Me., Jan. 20, 1894; m Harrington, Me, Apr. 5, 1873, Horatio Nelson Bridgham, d 1873. Lived at Columbia, Me.
(6) George Nelson, b Columbia, Me., Mar. 1835, d in Civil War at Yorktown, Va., May 8, 1862; unmarried.

Children of Levi W. and Elizabeth Small

(7) Francis G., b Columbia, Me., Mar. 27, 1836, d Columbia, Me., Aug. 10, 1873; Civil War veteran; m Harrington, Me., July 4, 1866, Sarah A. Allen, b Centerville, Me., OCt. 15, 1839, d Columbia Falls, Me., MAr. 28, 1930. Lived at E. Boston, Mass., and Columbia, Me.
(8) Clarissa Maden "Clara", b Columbia, Me., MAr. 7, 1839, d Columbia, Me., Sept. 7, 1861; unmarried.
(9) Margaret S. "Maggie", b Columbia, Me., Mar. 11, 1841, d June 7, 1871.
(10) Stephen Silsby, b Columbia, Me., June 29, d 1906.
(11) James Henry, b Columbia, Me., June 12, 1847, d 1905.

(d) Lovicy, b May 29, 1797, d July 25, 1872; m1st Stephen Osgood; m2d Samuel Silsby.
(e) Daniel, b Columbia, Me., Aug. 18, 1799, d Addison, Me., Dec. 16, 1871; m1st Columbia, Me., May 10, 1823, Abigail Wass Ingersoll, b Columbia, Me., d Columbia, Me., May 15, 1842; m2d Harriet Ann McAllister, b Oak Bay, Neb., Feb. 14, 1813, d Columbia, Me., June 27, 1857; m3d Columbia, Me., Mrs Hannah (Worcester) Look (his cousin), b Columbai, Me., June 24, 1802, d Columbia, Me., June 13, 1880, no children. Farmer at Columbia, Me., Retired to Addison, Me., 1870.

Children of Daniel and Abigail Wass Ingersoll

(1) William Hillman, b Columbia, Me., Dec. 13, 1823, d 1871.
(2) Isaac L., b Columbia, Me., Jan. 11, 1826, d 1903.
(3) Eli Ingersoll, b Columbia, Me., Feb. 15, 1828, d of poisoning, May 13, 1832.
(4) Melissa Ann Nash, b Columbia, Me., Apr. 1830, d 1970; m 1850, Joseph Worcester, Jr.
(5) Mary Celestia, b Columbia, Me., Aug. 29, 1832, d Nov. 25, 1834.
(6) Fonze Green Hill, b Columbia, Me., Sept. 18, 1834, d 1899.
(7) Augusta Ann, b Columbia, Me., cOct. 13, 1836, d 1867; m 1860, H. Sidney Austin as his first of four wives.
(8) Warren Gilbert, b Columbia, Me., Oct. 30, 1839, d in Civil War at Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 23, 1863.
(9) Wentworth Alfonzo, b Columbia, Me., Aug. 8, 1841, d in Civil War at BAton Rouge, La., Dec. 27, 1862.

Children of Daniel and Harriet Ann McAllister

(10) Alfred Eli, b Columbia, Me., b 1844, d May 1868 by drowning during a log drive. Musician in Co D, 22nd Maine Infantry (oct. 10, 1862 - Aug. 14, 1863) during the Civil War. unmarried.
(11) Mary Abigail, b Columbia, Me., Jan. 28, 1847, d Oak Bay, Neb., Nov. 17, 1880; m St. Stephen, Neb., Oct. 17, 1867, Stephen Hill Young (her cousin), b St. David's, Neb., Mar. 30, 1843, d St. David's, Neb., Apr. 16, 1901. He was the son of William and Mary (McAllister) Young. He m2d Ada Blanche Hazen. Farmer at Oak Bay, Neb.

(f) Harrison Thatcher, b Columbia, Me., Nov. 21, 1801, d Columbia, Me., Aug. 30, 1900; m Columbia, Me., Dec. 29, 1825, Olive D. Conley, b Nebraska, Dec. 29, 1804, d Columbia, Me., May 22, 1891. Farmer at Columbia.

Children of Harrison Thatcher and Olive D. Conley

(1) Philander W., b Jan. 2, 1827, d 1880+. Went to California as cook in mining camp, lived in Seattle, Wash. in 1880.
(2) John Calvin, b Apr. 13, 1829, d 1911.
(3) Elizabeth Christine, b Feb. 18, 1831, d 1896; m 1849, Jonathan Pineo.
(4) Nathaniel Green, b c1835, d 1900+.
(5) Harrison Burbank, b Aug. 19, 1835, d 1900+.
(6) Cyrena, b c1838, d young.
(7) Jotham Sewall, b Feb. 10, 1841, d 1893.
(8) Direxa Jane, b Dec. 25, 1843, d 1875; m 1867, Luther Augustus Dyer.

(g) Aaron, b Jan. 14, 1804, d Bangor, Me., Nov. 11, 1884; m Addison, Me., Jan. 3, 1830, his cousin, Eliza Worster dau of John, b Addison, Me., Oct. 27, 1808, d Columbia, Me., Nov. 19, 1879.

Children of Aaron Leighton

(1) Mary Emily, b Columbia, Me., Nov. 18, 1830, d Jan. 16, 1841.
(2) Wealthy A., b Columbia, Me., Aug. 11, 1832, d Columbia, Me., Feb. 4, 1907. Lived at Columbia, Me.
(2) James L., b Columbia, Me., Jan. 3, 1835, 1900+; m1st Mary E. Basely, d 1873+, no children; m2d Lowell, Mass., Jan. 3, 1875, Charlotte Ellen Folsom, b Gilmanton, NH, June 1, 1846, d 1900+, dau of Samuel Dudley and Eunice (Foster) Folsom of Laconia, NH. Three daughters: Martha A., Carrie B., and Florence N. (twins.) James was a carpenter at Belmont, NH.
(3) Samantha, b Columbia, Me., Feb. 28, 1838, d 1900+; m Columbia, Me., Dec. 20, 1865, John Stewart, b Steuben, Me., May 18, 1838, d 1900+, son of John H. and Lydia (Leighton) Stewart. He was pvt. in Co G, 6th Me. Inf. (Apr. 29, 1861 - Aug. 15, 1864) (shot in right arm in Civil War. Farmer at Columbia, Me.
(4) Hollis, b Columbia, Me., July 20, 1847, d 1923; m1st ____ Longfellow of Deblois; m2d Betsey Merrit; m3d, Sarah ____.
(5) Seldon B., b Columbia, Me., Oct. 20, 1849, d 1900+.

(h) Sarah P., b Apr. 28, 1806, d Jan. 22, 1883; m June 2, 1827, Justice Smith Tucker.

Children of Sarah P. Leighton and Justice Smith Tucker

(1) Justus Smith, b 1824, d Sept. 14, 1869.
(2) Eliza Ann, b Oct. 25, 1828, d 1906.
(3) Francis Marion, b Aug. 27, 1838, d May 3, 1871.

(i) Mary Ann, b Oct. 13, 1812, d May 11, 1896; m1st Justus Ramsdell; m2d Francis Allen son of Robert.

VI-204 Annie, d before 1767; m Phineas Leighton. They removed to Perry or Pembroke, Me. He married 2d Apr. 5, 1813, Anna Babcock, b Nov. 13, d OCt. 6, 1856.

Children of Annie Phineas

(a) Dorcas, b Sept. 14, 1791; m ___ Swain.
(b) Otis, b July 27, 1793.
(c) Lydia, b Nov. 30, 1795.
(d) Holland, b Apr. 2, 1798.
(e) Willis (twin).
(f) Walter (twin).
(g) Damayette; m ___ Woodworth.
(h) Sabrina, b Mar. 1804; m Oct. 6, 1825, James Bliss, b Feb. 17, 1801, d Feb. 8, 1888.
(i) Josiah, b June 24, 1812, d Sept. 1832.

VI-205 John.
VI-206
Martha (Patty), d before 1850; m Levi Parritt, int. Oct. 16, 1796. He was born about 1772 and was living in 1850 at Steuben with his son Curtis.

Children of Martha Paritt

(a) Cynthia, b Nov. 1, 1797, d Sept. 10, 1874.
(b) Lydia, b Mar. 2, 1800.
(c) Curtis, b 1813. Was residing in Steuben with his father in 1850.

VI-207 Priscilla, b Columbia, Me., abt 1789, d Cherryfield, Me., Dec. 2, 1846 (Old Cemetery, Maine St., Cherryfield); m Cherryfield, Me., Jul. 20 1808, James Archibald Small, son of Jonathan and Jane Trudy, b 1784, d aft 1850, Cherryfield, Me.

Children of Priscilla Small

(a) Isaac, b Feb. 23, 1809; m Margaret Spaulding.
(b) Elizabeth "Betsy", b Cherryfield, Me., Sept. 18, 1813, d Addison, Me., May 27, 1894,; m June 26, 1835, Levi W. Leighton.
(c) Martha P., b Cherryfield, Me., 1816, d Fair Haven, Mn., Apr. 23 1893; m Cherryfield, Me., Dec. 1837, John Kelly Noyes.
(d) Mary Jane, b Cherryfield, Me., July 13, 1820, d Addison, Me., Feb. 1, 1909; m Dec. 25, 1838, Moses Carlton Austin.
(e) Simon, b 1822; m Sarah Austin.
(f) Aaron Tucker, b Cherryfield, Me., May 9, 1825, d 1890; m Dec. 26 ___, Addison, Me., Miriam Perkins Plummer.
(g) Amaziah, b 1829, m Leighton.
(h) James A, b 1832; m Fanny Wallace.
(i) Stimson; m Pamelia Burnham.
(j) Clarissa; m Stephen O. Madden.

VI-208 Joseph.
VI-209 Lucia
, b 1785; m 1800, Josiah Tucker at Trescott, Me., b Boston, 1769, d Sept. 1850.

Children of Lucia Tucker

(a) Ambrose, b 1801; m 1822, Elizabeth Small.
(b) Stillman, b 1803; m 1825, Mary Lynch.
(c) Sarah, 1897; m 1826, William Seavey.
(d) Isaac, b 1809; m 1834, Olive Tripp.
(e) Jane, b 1811; m 1830, Joseph Tripp.
(f) Phebe, b Mar. 12, 1816; m 1840, Machias, Me., Horation G. Allen.
(g) Eunice, b Dec. 10, 1820; m 1844, James Chaney.
(h) Ira, b Sept. 15, 1825; m 1844, Dormida Wilcox.

VI-210 Eunice, d c1780, d Trescott, Me., c1820; m Theodore Tucker, b 1772. He m2d c1827, Ann ___; lived at Lubec and Trescott, Me.

Children of Eunice Tucker

(a) Moses, b Cherryfield, Me., Mar. 7, 1801, d 1854; m Sarah Swaine.
(b) Aaron, b Cherryfield, Me., Oct. 18, 1802, d 1821.
(c) Sukey, b Cherryfield, Me., Mar. 25, 1806.
(d) Patty, b Cherryfield, Me., May 14, 1807.
(e) Morey, b Cherryfield, Me., Nov. 18, 1809; m Sarah Patterson.
(f) Prudence, b Lubec, Me., May 20, 1813.
(g) Joel, b Lubec, Me., Apr. 1812, d Trescott, Me, Aug. 15, 1835; m Sarah Huddleston in 1835.

Children of Joel Tucker and Sarah Huddleston

(1) Emeline.
(2) Mary.
(3) Joel.
(4) Flora, b Sept. 15, 1838, d 1902.
(5) Sarah Eliza, b Nov. 5, 1842.
(6) Juliett, b May 15, 1845, d Dec. 12, 1919.
(7) Andrew, b Feb. 12, 1854, d 1882.
(8) Lewis D., b Apr. 10, 1856, d 1894.
(9) Charles A., b 1858, d Aug. 8, 1876.
(10) Freddie, b 1868, d Aug. 22, 1876.

(h) Mary, b Lubec, Me., Mar. 23, 1815.
(i) Hiram, b Lubec, Me., June, 1816; m Jan. 4, 1816, Frances Rowell.
(j) Sarah, b Cherryfield, Me., Mar. 25, 1805; m James Fenwick.
(k) Martha, b Cherryfoeld, Me., May 14, 1807; m Moses Clark.
(l) Elizabeth, b June 24, 1817; Clement Dinsmore.

VI-211 Isaac.
VI-212
Miriam, b 1771, d Indian River, Me., c 1793; m Thomas Parritt, son of Samuel and Dorcas (Bunker) Leighton, b Narrangausus, Me, c1766, d at se Feb. 13, 1853.

Children of Mariam Leighton

(a) Enoch, b 1794, d 1853; m Susan, dau Eusibius and Margaret (Lennon) Emerson.
(b) Eli Forbes, b May 24, 1796, d June 7, 1862; m1st Jan. 6, 1821, Sarah McKensie, b June 9, 1802, d 1857; m2d July 3, 1859, Dorcas Mallet.
(c) Robert Barton, b May 28, 1796, d June 7, 1862; m1st Dec. 1820, Peggy Barfield; m2nd Aug., 1828, Elizabeth Dyer, b 1805, d 1845; m3d Addison, Me., Aug. 9, 1846, Olivette Drisko.
(d) Lucy, b 1801, d 1880; m1st John Drisko; m2nd 1839, John Burns. He went to Palestine in 1866, She settled in Mich after his death.
(e) Nahum Hill, b 1803, d Mar. 3, 1867; m1st Phoebe Drisko, b 1807, d Nov. 3, 1849, m2nd Addison, Me., Apr. 9, 1860, Abigail dau of Mathew and Jane (Wass) Coffin.
(f) John Coffin, b Crowley's Island, Me., Jan. 27, 1805,d Feb. 20, 1873; m Jan. 10, 1829, Unice Wright.
(g) Curtis M., b Crowley's Island, Me., 1807, d 1864; m Aug. 2, 1830, Philena Emerson.
(h) Daniel McKenzie, b Crowley's Island, Me., 1810, d Boston, Mass., Feb. 5, 1889; m May 5, 1866, Margaret Lynch, b 1835, d 1866.
(i) Barnabas Beal, b Crowley's Island, Me., 1814, 2 Apr. 2, 1892. Assigned to Co D, 22nd Maine Inf. Regt. between 1862-63; m May 2, 1889, Mary Jane Sylvia.

No. V-91
    WILLIAM WORSTER
(Simeon4 , William3, Moses2, William1). b Kittery, Me., Jan. 28, 1754, d Aug. 7, 1842; m1st July 15, 1789, Susannah Dickson, b Jan. 23, 1770, d Apr. 26, 1802; m2d Eleanor Hurd, b June, 1752, d Dec. 1, 1852, aged 100 years. Residence Kittery and Sanford, Me. Apprenticed to blacksmith, Chadbourne. Enlisted in Revolutionary War c1782 and served for 18 months.

Children of William Worster

VI-213 Mary, b Oct. 17, 1789; m Dec. 14, 1812, Parker Webber.
VI-214 Samuel.
VI-215
Betsey, b Oct. 8, 1793; m Ebenezer Plummer.
VI-216 Lydia, b Mar. 1, 1796, m Moses Pray.
VI-217 Olive, b Feb. 17, 1798, m Sept. 2, 1828, Josus Ferguson.
VI-218 Martha, b Jan. 10, 1800, m Oliver Webber.

No. V-92
    THOMAS WORSTER
(Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1). b Kittery, Me., 1756, d Sanford, Me., Mar. 18, 1822; m Sept. 30, 1784, Susannah Joy, b Jan. 9, 1760, d Dec. 26, 1845. Residence Kittery and Sanford, Me.

Children of Thomas Worster

VI-219 Margery, b Apr. 13, 1784; m Elliott Frost, Sanford, Me., and had eight children.
VI-220 Sarah, b Sanford, Me., Aug. 21, 1788.
VI-221 John.
VI-222 James.
VI-223 Aaron.
VI-224 Ira.

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