THE SIXTH GENERATION
MOSES WORCESTER (Moses5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Aug. 17, 1751, d Oct. 9, 1881; m Oct. 9, 1775, Hepzibah Hardy, Tewksbury, b Jan. 27, 1748, d Jan. 10, 1832. Residence Jaffrey, N.H., 1780-1833. Yeoman.
Children of Moses Worcester
VII-1 Hepzibah, b Mar. 7, 1777, d Mar. 30, 1847; m Mar. 20, 1799, Moses Rider, Natick, Mass. Residence Peru, Mass. They had four daughters and three sons.
VII-2 Molly, b Dec. 31, 1778, d Feb.
VII-5 Abigail, b Mar .2, 1785; m Sept. 10, 1812, Jonas Ross, Jaffrey, N.H. Residence Jaffrey. They had three daughters and three sons.
VII-6 Sarah, b Mar. 12, 1787, d Dec. 18, 1854; m Oct. 6, 1815, Josiah Potter. Residence Essex, Vt. They had four daughters and two sons.
VII-8 Jesse, b Feb. 12, 1792, d Oct. 29, 1792.
WILLIAM WORCESTER (Moses5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Jan. 19, 1756; m June 27, 1782, Hannah, dau Edmund Frost, Tewksbury, Mass., b Oct. 18, 1759. Removed to Jaffrey, N.H., in 1782. Yeoman.
Children of William Worcester
VII-10 William, b May 31, 1783, d Oct. 10, 1835.
VII-11 Hannah, b Aug. 25, 1785, d Sept. 15, 1855; m June 4, 1807, Jonathan Gage, b Jan. 22, 1782, d Nov. 25, 1866.
Children of Hannah Gage
(a) James, b Feb. 19, 1808, d Nov. 25, 1866, m Eliza A Wright.
(b) Jonathan, b Apr. 30, 1809, d June 4, 1813.
(c) William, b Feb. 9, 1811, d Apr. 12, 1842; m Dec. 21, 1837, Abigail Worcester.
(d) Nancy, b Mar. 4, 1814, d June 21, 1901; m Nov. 26, 1835, Ephraim Worcester.
Children of Abner Gage
(i) Julia Elizabeth, b Nov. 27, 1846; m Nov. 10, 1870, Calvin Brigham Perry, Fitzwilliam, N.H., b Jan. 27, 1848.
Children of Julia Perry
a - William F., b Fitzwilliam, N.H., Dec. 5, 1872; m Sept. 4, 1899, Mary Etta Platts, b Fitzwilliam, July 21, 1874. Residence Keene, N.H.
Children of William F. Perry
1 - Gladys, b June 28, 1901.
2 - Charles, b Nov. 25, 1909.
b - Hattie G., b Fitzwilliam, June 13, 1874. Residence Keene, N.H.
(f) Joseph, b Feb. 27, 1818, d Apr. 17, 1883; m Nov. 24, 1845, Hannah Worcester.
(g) Mary, b Aug. 26, 1820, d Nov. 27, 1805.
(h) Jonathan Alonzo, b Aug. 22, 1823, d Apr. 10, 1897; m 1st Apr. 26, 1857, Maria Gilmore, m 2nd Oct. 26, 1871, Laurinda Leonard.
(i) Sarah, b Dec. 11, 1827; m Lewis Ballou.
(j) Eliza Hannah, b Dec. 24, 1830; m Feb. 11, 1888, Hobart Cutler.
VII-12 Nancy, b Nov. 16, 1787.
VII-15 Eldad, b Jaffrey, N.H., Apr. 4, 1795; m Nov. 10, 1836, Rebecca, dau Isaac Stone, Framingham, Mass., b July 27, 1801. He removed to Boston in 1824; where he was engaged in mercantile business in the firm of "Pierce & Worcester" until 1841, then removed to Quincy Point, Mass.
SAMUEL WORCESTER (Moses5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Jan. 14, 1759, d Mar. 28, 1840, m June 26, 1783, Hannah dau Amos Foster, Tewksbury, Mass., b Apr. 12, 1761, d Mar. 17, 1835. He was a Justice of the Peace and prominent in the affairs of his native town. Residence Tewksbury, Mass. Yeoman.
Children of Samuel Worcester
VII-16 Hannah, b Apr. 2, 1784; m Crocker.
VII-17 Clarissa, b Jan. 5, 1786; m 1st Dr. William Hardy, m 2nd Eben Hunt.
VII-19 Charlotte, b Nov. 10, 1789; m Jacob Marshall.
VII-20 Polly, b Nov. 22, 1792; m Peter Clark.
VII-23 Harriet, b Apr. 11, 1799; m J.S. Kittredge.
SAMPSON WORCESTER (William5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Shirley, Mass., June 11, 1771, d May 5, 1824, m Jan. 2, 1797, Phebe Willard (Wilson?) of Sterling, b Apr. 22, 1775, d Oct. 1, 1837. He removed to Sterling before 1797, to Princeton between 1805 and 1808, to West Boylston, between 1813 and 1818, where he died.
Children of Sampson Worcester
VII-27 Clarissa, b Jan. 24, 1801; m Feb. 15, 1825, John Smith. Residence Barre, Mass.
Children of Clarissa Smith
(a) Charles W., b Nov. 21, 1826, d 1828.
(b) Charles W., b Nov. 24, 1828, West Boylston, Mass., d Worcester, Mass., Mar. 3, 1883; m Apr. 16, 1856, Canton, Ill., Josephine Caroline, dau of Thomas D. and Caroline Buckeley Lord, b Lyme, Conn., Aug. 31, 1834.
Children of Charles W. Smith
(i) John Lord, b Barre, Mass., Aug. 1, 1857, d Barre, Aug. 6, 1861.
(ii) Charles Worcester, b Barre, Mass., Oct. 7, 1860, d Denver, Col., May 9, 1896.
(iii) William Lord, b Worcester, Mass., Feb., 1863.
(iv) Frank Buckeley, b Worcester, Mass., Aug. 25, 1864; m Worcester, June 5, 1890, Nancy Hacker Earle, A.B. Harvard, 1886, A.M., Harvard, 1887. Residence Worcester, Mass. Lawyer.
Children of Frank B. Smith
a - Bulkeley, b Worcester, Mass., July 3, 1891.
b - Willard, b Worcester, Mass., Sept. 25, 1892.
c - Earle, b Worcester, Mass., Feb. 9, 1895.
d - Nancy Earle, b Worcester, Mass., May 27, 1898.
e - Frank Grosvenor, b Worcester, Mass., Jan. 19, 1906.
(v) Henry Witter, b Worcester, Mass., Nov. 5, 1865; m Worcester, Mass., Oct. 18, 1892, Mildred Compton.
Children of Henry Witter Smith
a - Crompton, b Worcester, Mass., Oct. 16, 1893.
b - Isabel, b Worcester, Aug. 31, 1899.
(vi) Caroline Bulkeley, b Worcester, Nov. 20, 1867, d Worcester, May 20, 1874.
(vii) Josephine Lord, b Worcester, Mass., Mar. 9, 1870; m Oct. 1, 1895, Charles Ranlet.
Children of Josephine L. Ranlet
a - Josephine, b Worcester, July 23, 1896.
b - Frances, b Worcester, Dec. 24, 1898.
c - Carolyn, b Worcester, Oct. 9, 1901.
(viii) Chetwood, b Worcester, Mass., June 9, 1873; m Apr. 16, 1895, Mary Chapin.
VII-29 Phebe, b July 31, 1805, Residence West Boylston, Mass.
VII-30 Charles W.
VII-31 Adaline, b May 12, 1811; m Eli W. Holbrook. Residence West Boylston.
Children of Adaline Holbrook
(a) Susan C., b Dec. 29, 1837.
(b) Emily M., b May 12, 1842.
VII-32 Emily, b Aug. 15,1813, d Jan. 16, 1892; m Sept. 24, 1834, Horation Nelson Bigelow, b Sept. 13, 1812, d Jan. 2, 1868, Residence Clinton.
Children of Emily Bigelow
(a) Emily Mandane, b Sept. 11, 1837, d July 1, 1838.
(b) Henry Nelson, b Oct. 6, 1839, d Jan. 15, 1907; m 1st Oct. 17, 1865, Clarissa Nichols Forbes, who d Nov. 13, 1876, m 2nd Cornelia Walker, Lothrop, Apr. 2, 2878.
Children of Henry Nelson by first marriage
(i) Henry Forbes, b May 12, 1867; m 1st Worcester, Mass., Oct. 14, 1896, Eliza Frothingham Davis, b Worcester, Jan 17, 1871, d Tours, France, June 20, 1907, m 2nd Lancaster, Mass., June 1, 1912, Susan Thayer, b Oct. 1, 1885.
Children Henry F. Bigelow by first marriage
a - Henry Davis, b Boston, Nov. 4, 1897.
b - Edward Livingston, b Boston, Apr. 19, 1899.
c - Chandler, b Milton, Mass., July 21, 1900.
d - Nelson, b Milton, Mass., July 21, 1900.
Children Henry F. Bigelow second marriage
e - Eugen Thayer, b Boston, Mass., Mar. 19, 1913.
(ii) Franklin Forbes, b Mar. 12, 1869, d June 20, 1870.
(iii) Horatio Nelson, b Apr. 6, 1870.
(iv) Richard Worcester, b Jan. 16, 1872, d Apr. 8, 1875.
(v) Charles Willard, b Feb. 16, 1874.
(vi) Nina, b Feb. 4, 1879; m Longwood, Mass., Henry Cleveland Sargent of Haverhill, Mass.
(vii) Rosamund Lothrop, b Dec. 12, 1891.
(c) Emily, b Aug. 4,1845, d May 22, 1864.
(d) Charles Brigham, b May 5, 1849, d Sept., 1913.
VII-33 Benjamin F., b Jan. 17, 1818, d Mar. 17, 1819.
BENJAMIN WHITING WORCESTER (William5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Mar. 11, 1773, d Nov. 9, 1836, m Nov. 25, 1799, Dinah Whitney, Bolton, b Sept. 28, 1777, d Oct. 8, 1852.. Residence Tewksbury. Yeoman.
Children of Benjamin Whiting Worcester
VII-34 Samuel, Oct. 18, 1800.
VII-35 Alice, b Oct. 3, 1804, d Nov. 7, 1844.
VII-39 Sally, b Nov. 9, 1815, d Dec. 9, 1816.
VII-40 Horace, b Jan. 6, 1820, d Sept. 15, 1824.
LEONARD WORCESTER (William5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, May 23, 1782, d Mar. 9, 1834, m Dec. 31, 1810, Rebecca, dau Dea. Thomas Clark, Tewksbury. Resided Billerica, Andover, Mass., Greenfield, N.H., and Tewksbury, Mass.
Children of Leonard Worcester
VII-41 Charles P., b May 1, 1813, d May 5, 1827.
VII-42 Martha M., b July 17, 1815, d Oct. 5, 1897; m 1st Feb. 18, 1835, Rev. Daniel E. Jewett, who d May 28, 1845, editor of a newspaper, Laurenburg and Mott Corner, N.Y. Former residence Hollis and Guilford, N.H.; m 2nd Mar. 20, 1849, Rev. Cushing B. Hassell, Williamston, N.C.
Children of Martha M. Jewett
(a) Sophia Neff, b Nov. 17, 1835.
(b) Benjamin E.G., b June 18, 1843.
Children of Martha N. Hassell
(c) Cordelia, b Dec. 23, 1849.
(d) Alonzo H., b Sept. 23, 1851.
(e) Walter, b Oct. 15, 1853.
VII-43 Clark H., b July 16, 1817. Missing since War of
the Rebellion. Residence N.Y. City and Rahway, N.Y.
VII-44 William F.
VII-46 Joseph Wise.
VII-47 Mark True.
ELDAD WORCESTER (Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Jan. 22, 1763, d May 5, 1853; m Feb. 12, 1793, Esther, dau of Timothy Brown, Tewksbury, Mass., b Dec. 23, 1771, d Oct. 10, 1818. He succeeded his father in the possession of the homestead in Tewksbury on which he lived until his death at the age of 90 years. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, was one of the six months' volunteers raised by the town of Tewksbury, July 4, 1780, to Jan. 8, 1781, was a selectman and assessor for several years.
Children of Eldad Worcester
VII-49 Horatio, b Dec. 8, 1795, d May 3, 1801.
VII-52 Caroline, b June 16, 1802, d Aug., 1831; m Charles Worcester of Tewksbury.
VII-54 Rebecca, b Aug. 21, 1806; m Francis Hobbs. Residence Brooklyn, N.Y.
Children of Rebecca Hobbs
(a) Francis B., b Jan. 16, 1828.
(b) Mary Jane, b Dec. 12, 1829, d 1832.
(c) Luke C., b Oct. 15, 1831.
(d) Julia, b Oct. 8, 1833.
(e) Anna, b Oct. 29, 1834.
VII-55 Henry Elwynne.
VII-56 George R., b Jan. 10, 1811, d Jan. 26, 1894, Deering, Ill. Civil Engineer.
VII-57 Rhoda, b May 19, 1815, d May 10, 1868; m Dec. 22, 1840, Joseph Blanchard, d Jan. 15, 1856. Residence Billerica, Mass.
Children of Rhoda Blanchard
(a) Henry Adolphus, b Aug. 28, 1842, d 1842.
(b) Caroline, b Nov. 10, 1843; m Oct. 13, 1869, Josiah Atherton Jefferds, who was born Middleton, Mass., Sept. 16, 1842, d Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 11, 1889.
Children of Caroline Jefferds
(i) Atherton Stearns, b July 14, 1872, d Sept. 22, 1875.
(ii) Mary Blanchard, b Sept. 5, 1874.
(iii) Robert Carruthers, b July 22, 1877.
(iv) Joseph Crosby, b Feb. 19, 1880.
(c) Mary Mansfield, b July 22, 1845, d Mar. 9, 1848.
(d) Mary, b June 29, 1848, d May 11, 1864.
(e) Adolphus J., b July 17, 1850, d June 30, 1912; m 1st June 23, 1875, Louise Bryant Rand, b Nov. 13, 1854, d Dec. 15, 1880; m 2nd Fannie Moorhead, Newton, Mass., about July, 1904. Her residence Newton Center. Adolphus had two children with his second wife.
Children of Adolphus J. Blanchard by his first marriage
(i) Arthur A., b May 4, 1876. Residence Newton Center.
(f) Annie Rebecca, b Mar. 6, 1854; m George Proudfoot, Feb. 7, 1883, b 1855, d Dec. 17, 1911. Residence Newton Center.
Children of Annie Rebecca Proudfoot
(i) John Blanchard, b Mar. 1, 1885.
(ii) Worcester, b Nov. 17, 1886.
OSGOOD WORCESTER (Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Samuel2, William1). b Tewksbury, Mass, Feb. 16, 1772, d Sept. 2, 1838, m Dec. 27, 1799, Phebe, dau Dea. Benjamin Farnham, Andover, b Feb. 3, 1773, d Mar. 2, 1818. He held the office of Sheriff, constable and collector, and was prominent in town affairs. Residence Tewksbury, Chelmsford, Haverhill and Andover until 1818, afterwards Chelmsford until his death. Yeoman.
Children of Osgood Worcester
VII-58 Samuel, b Jan. 20, 1800.
Residence Lavaca, Tex.
VII-59 Benjamin, b Apr. 3, 1801. Residence California.
VII-60 Jacob, b Feb. 1, 1803, d Nov. 3, 1852; m Oct. 3, 1839, Caroline Holt, Lebanon, Conn. Residence Buffalo, N.Y. Steamboat captain.
VII-61 Philip, b June 5, 1805,d May 1, 1807.
VII-62 George W., b Apr. 15, 1807, d May 1, 1807.
VII-65 John, b Sept. 22, 1814, drowned in Lake Erie, Jan. 14, 1843. Residence Buffalo, N.Y.
VII-66 Infant, b June 22, 1816, d at birth
FRANCIS WORCESTER (Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Oct. 27, 1758, Hollis, N.H., d Plymouth, N.H., Nov. 4, 1800; m 1784, Hannah, dau Josiah Parker, Hollis, N.H., b 1765, d Jan. 4, 1815. Removed to Plymouth 1768. Yeoman.
Children of Francis Worcester
VII-68 Hannah, b Apr. 17, 1787, d 1840.
VII-69 Sarah, b Sept. 28, 1789; m Rev. Drury Fairbanks of Plymouth and Littleton, N.H.
Children of Sarah Fairbanks
(a) Harriet N., b Sept. 22, 1818, d 1936.
VII-70 Abigail, b Oct., 1791, d Bradford, Vt., 1839; m June 30, 1808, Joseph Draper, Bradford, Vt.
Children of Abigail Draper
(a) Amanda, b Plymouth, N.H., May 8, 1809, d Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 12, 1893; m Aug. 20, 1834, Daniel Merrill, Bradford, Vt., who was drowned at sea Apr. 14, 1850. Preacher of M. E. Church, Boston, Mass.
Children of Amanda Merrill
(i) Abigail Ann, b Boston, May 12, 1835; m 1st Otis Wilder, m 2nd Oct. 1, 1855, Abijah Lane, b Malden, Mass., July 10, 1829, served in the Civil War 1861-1864 in the 29th and 36th Mass. Vol. Residence North Platte, Neb.
Children of Abigail Ann Lane
a - Horace Adams, b Boston, Aug. 28, 1856. Residence North Platte, Neb.
b - Arthur Franklin, b Boston, Nov. 4, 1866. Residence Arcadia, Neb.
c - Edwin Bond, b Boston, Mar. 6, 1869, d 1911. Residence Kansas City, Mo.
d - Charles Edwin Pancoast, b Boston, Jan. 26, 1872. Residence Arcadia, Neb.
(ii) Susan Amanda, b July 18 (or 16), 1838, So. Boston, d Richmond Hill, L.I., N.Y., July 3, 1913; m Aug. 26, 1854, Edwin Bond, Watertown, Mass., b Boston, Oct. 1, 1831, d Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 1, 1881. Mr. and Mrs. Bond went to Kansas in 1854 as pioneers. They settled in Lawrence, Kansas, and experienced many privations. They were in great danger from the border ruffians when it was a question whether Kansas should be admitted into the Union as a free or slave state. They returned to Boston when the Civil War broke out, and Edwin Bond served in the Navy as engineer on the flagship Malvern. In Philadelphia during the war, they visited the hospitals relieving the sick and wounded. They were both much interested in the cause of temperance.
Children of Susan A. Bond
a - Edith Anna, b Lawrence, Kansas, Feb. 1, 1856.
b - Katie Amanda, b Lawrence, Kansas, Nov. 5, 1858; m Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 4, 1876, William Robert Uber, b Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1852. Residence Los Angeles, Cal. Real estate.
Children of Katie Amanda Uber
1 - Susie Rea, b Phila., Aug. 6, 1877, d Oct. 18, 1877.
2 - Katie May, b Sept. 21, 1878, d July 21, 1879.
3 - Edna Radcliffe, b San Diego, Cal., May 2, 1887. A.B., Univ. of Southern Calif.
c - Ella May, b May 12, 1872, Brooklyn, N.Y.; m Jan. 27, 1896, Wm. Jacob Schwartz, n N.Y. City, Jan. 3, 1870. Builder. Residence Richmond Hill, L.I., N.Y.
Children of Ella May Schwartz
1 - Louise Bond, b Mar. 3, 1898.
2 - Edith Mabel, b Aug. 15, 1899.
3 - Eleanor Susan Amanda, b Nov. 7, 1907.
(iii) Harriet Newell, b So. Boston, July 20, 1841; m 1st Apr., 1860, Samuel Ramsdell, Portland, Me., who d Phila., Feb. 22, 1864, m 2nd May 28, 1867, Charles E. Pancoast, Salem, N.J., d Phila. Jan. 3, 1807. Mrs. Pancoast was head of a department in the N.J. Federation of Women's Clubs.
Children of Harriet N. Pancoast
a - George Ramsdell, b Charlestown, Mass., Mar. 4, 1861. Residence Palmyra, N.J.
b - Samuel Ramsdell, b Phila., Nov. 22, 1862. Residence Point O Woods, L.I. Real Estate.
(iv) Matilda Maria, b E. Boston, 1845; m Wm. Lund, Bradford, Vt., about 1865.
(v) Francis Westly, b Machias, Me., June, 1848; m Flora _____, b Cabot, Vt., 1850.
Children of Francis W. Merrill
a - Charles W., b Williamstown, Vt., Oct. 31, 1873; m May 29, 1900, Bertha E. Walbridge.
Children of Charles W. Merrill
1 - Irene F., b Cabot, Vt., Sept. 28, 1902.
2 - Westly N., b Barre, Vt., Aug. 1, 1905.
b - Daughter, b Williamstown, Vt., 1878; m Aug. 20, 1900, W.H. Fifield.
Children of Mrs. Fifield
1 - Eunice G., b Cabot, Jan. 28, 1902.
2 - Eugene F., b Cabot, Oct. 8,1905.
3 - Eula P., b Cabot, Mar. 28, 1910.
4 - Mary A., b E. Fairfield, Vt., July 28, 1911.
(vi) Ella, b May 12, 1850, d May 10, 1894; m Geo. D. Kemp.
(b) Abigail, d young, buried in Plymouth, N.H.
(c) Joseph, d Bradford, Vt., about40 years old; m 1st ____, m 2nd Rebecca .
Children of Joseph Draper
(i) Mary, m ____ Lund, Bradford, Vt.
(ii) Lucy, m ____ Garland, Bradford, Vt.
Francis and Troop were at one time in business in So. Market St., San Francisco.
(d) Lucella, m John Haslan. A hatter. Residence Boston.
(e) Francis, d Dorset, Vt., about 40 years of age.
(f) Julia Ann, m Stephen Cory, buried in Woburn, Mass.
Children of Julia Ann Cory
(g) Maria, buried in Holliston, Mass.
(h) Matilda, b Oct. 2, 1825; m Springfield, Vt., 1849, Nehemiah Doane, who d Portland, Or., May 4, 1905. Dr. Doane was educated at Holliston Sem., Vt., and Boston Theological Sem., then located at Concord, N.H. D.D. Willamette Univ., Or. He was the first Methodist theological graduate in America to be sent to a foreign mission field. (Oregon Territory at the time was considered by the church as a foreign mission). He is the author of three well known books on church doctrines. Mrs. Doane was educated at Holliston and Newbury Seminaries, Vt. and after her marriage she and her husband were sent as missionaries to distant Oregon Territory. Dr. Doane was appointed by the Missionary Board to take charge of Oregon Inst. (now Willemette Univ.) at Salem, Ore. After various perils by land and sea, and later in the wilderness, they finally entered upon their work. Mrs. Doane was her husband's first assistant teacher in the Institute as well as "the best assistant" in all the various duties of his fifty years ministry. "Loved and revered by a wide circle of friends, she holds as one of the most precious of her rewards the knowledge that 'her children rise up and call her blessed'."
Children of Maltilda Doane
(i) Osmon Dempster, b Portland, Ore.; m 1877, The Dalles, Ore. Physician.
(ii) Orville Leslie, b Donation Claim, Ore.; m 1878, Tacoma, Wash. Residence Lawtey, Fla. Fruit grower.
Children of Orville Leslie - Five, One living
(iii) Evelyn Corvallis, b Ore., d in infancy.
(iv) Quinn Thornton, b Ore., m Spokane, Wash., 1893. Residence Pacific Grove, Cal. Artist.
(v) Mary Draper, b Olympia, Wash. Residence Portland, Ore. Journalist.
(vi) Prince Albert, b Salem, Ore., m Portland, Ore. 1903.
Children of Prince Albert - Three
(i) Arvilla, m L. Hammond, buried in Windsor, Vt.
(j) Lavina, m Dr. A.J. Miklin, buried in Salem, Ore.
(k) Mary, d young in So. Boston, Mass.
VII-71 Lydia, b Apr., 1794, d Sept.,
1838; m Jan. 5, 1815, Amos Boardman. Contractor.
VII-72 Mary, b July, 1796, d 1834; m Aug., 1820, W.T. Wright.
VII-73 Susan, b July, 1798, d Feb., 1836.
SAMUEL WORCESTER (Jesse5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). m Nov. 5, 1778, Lois Boynton, Hollis. Residence Hollis, N.H.
Children of Samuel Worcester
VII-74 Lois, b Dec. 11, 1779, d Mar.
VII-75 Mary, b Sept. 18, 1781.
VII-76 Samuel, d about 1814.
NOAH WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Hollis, N.H., Nov. 25, 1758, d Brighton, Oct. 31, 1837, (Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge); m1st Nov. 25, 1779, Hannah, dau Moses Brown, Newburyport, b May 6, 1760, d Nov. 16, 1797; m2nd May 23, 1798, Hannah, dau Jeremiah Huntington, Norwich, Ct., b Mar. 24, 1764, d Jan. 16, 1832. In 1775, at the age of 16, he enlisted as fifer in the Revolutionary Army and served eleven months, during which time he was present at the battle of Bunker Hill; then, with the exception of two months, during which he was again in the army and present as fife major at the battle of Bennington. He resided for the most part in Plymouth, N.H., until 1782, when he removed to Thornton, N.H. While employed as a shoemaker and a teacher of youth he pursued a course of self-instruction preparatory for the ministry, and was licensed to preach in 1786. He was settled pastor of the Congressional Church in Thornton, Oct. 18, 1787, dismissed in 1809; supplied the pulpit of his brother Thomas in Salisbury until May, 1813, and then removed to Brighton, Mass., to assume the editorship of a new periodical called the "Christian Disciple". He received the honorary degree of A.M. from Dartmouth 1791; and D.D. from Harvard, 1818. His most important publications were: "Thoughts on the Origin of Evil;" "Bible News;" "A Solemn Review of the Custom of War;" "Friend of Peace;" and "Last Thoughts on Important Subjects." Residence Brighton, Mass. His tombstone at Mount Auburn bears the following inscription:
To Noah Worcester, D.D.
Erected by his Friends
In commemoration of his Zeal and Labors
In the cause of Universal Peace
And the consistency of his character
As a Christian Philanthropist and Divine.
Children of Noah Worcester
VII-78 Hannah, b Aug. 27, 1782, d Nov. 26, 1783.
VII-79 Hannah, b July 8, 1784, d Jan. 1, 1838; m Oct. 26, 1800, David Perkins, Campton, N.H.
Children of Hannah Perkins
(a) Moses B., b Apr. 14, 1802, d 1841.
(b) Eliza, b Dec. 10, 1803, 1850.
(c) David, b Oct. 27, 1805.
(d) Noah W., b Oct. 3, 1807.
(e) Hannah, b Sept. 18, 1809, d 1817.
(f) Sally, b Aug. 5, 1811.
(g) Mary Ann, b Apr. 8, 1813, d 1820.
(h) Martha F., b Jan. 5, 1816.
(i) Daniel, b Aug. 9, 1818,, d 1851.
(j) Hannah, b July 19, 1820, d 1850.
(k) Mary Ann, b May 28, 1823.
(l) Judith A., b July 26, 1825.
(m) Infant, b July 12, 1827.
(n) Emeline, b June 24, 1829.
VII-81 Lydia, b Sept. 27, 1787; m Dec. 13, 1803, Nehemiah Brown, Thornton, N.H. Lived in Thornton and Campton, N.H., Royalton, N.Y., Avon, Columbus and Sandusky, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Ind.
Children of Lydia Brown
(a) Noah W., b Sept. 6, 1806.
(b) Hannah, b July 3, 1808, d 1808.
(c) Hannah H., b Feb. 22, 1810.
(d) Moses, b Oct. 22, 1811, d 1811.
(e) Emily, b May 14, 1813, d 1813.
(f) Rollin, b July 4, 1815, d 1849.
(g) Jane, b July 7, 1817, d 1819.
(h) James S., b Sept. 10, 1819.
VII-82 Betsey, b Feb. 27, 1789, d May 21, 1837; m Apr., 1821, Rev. Stephen Bliss, Lebanon, N.H. Residence Palmyra, Oh.
Children of Betsy Bliss
(a) Samuel Wood, b Jan. 25, 1822.
(b) Delia, b Aug. 7, 1822.
VII-83 Sarah, b Nov. 30, 1791, d Jan.
1, 1875. Residence Brighton.
VII-86 Daughter, b and d Nov. 10, 1797.
JESSE WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Hollis, Apr. 30, 1761, d Jan. 20, 1834; m June, 1782, Sarah dau Josiah Parker, b Apr. 24, 1762, d Apr. 1, 1847. In 1776, at the age of 15, he accompanied the expedition to Ticonderoga and was afterwards repeatedly enrolled in the Continental Army. He removed to Bedford, N.H., in 1782, returned to Hollis in 1794, succeeded to the homestead and lived on it until his death. He and his wife united with the church in Hollis in 1802. On the same day they presented twelve children - six sons and six daughters - for baptism. He was an occasional contributor to the public journals, and the author of an unpublished work, called the "Chronicles of Nissitissit."
Children of Jesse Worcester
VII-87 Jesse, b Nov. 30, 1782. He had prepared for
college and was about to enter as a member of the junior class at Dartmouth when he died,
Sept. 25, 1809.
VII-88 Joseph Emerson.
VII-89 Sarah Alice, b Bedford, N.H., Mar 12, 1786, d Oct. 31, 1875; m Daniel French. Residence Hardwick, Vt. No children.
VII-90 Lydia, b Bedford, Feb. 22, 1789, Worcester, Mass., Sept., 1865; m Jan. 18, 1809, Dea Samuel Taylor. Residence Worcester, Mass.
Children of Lydia Taylor
(a) Rev. Samuel Austin, Dec. 17, 1817, d 1847.
(b) Sarah W., b Apr. 14, 1820, d 1849.
(c) Rebecca W., b Feb. 2, 1829, d July 19, 1888; m Charles Whittemore. Residence Worcester, Mass.
VII-91 Abigail, b Bedford, Dec. 15, 1790, d Aug. 23, 1832; m Lemuel Snow. Residence Utica, N.Y.
Children of Abigail Snow
(a) Charles A., b Jan. 14,1817, d 1818.
(b) Francis, b May, 1818, d 1819.
(c) Sarah W., b Aug. 25, 1819, d 1839.
(d) Harriet E., b Dec. 25, 1821, d July, 1838.
(e) Infant, b 1824.
VII-92 Hannah, b Bedford, N.H., June 22, 1792, d June
6, 1853; m Oct. 11, 1825, Francis Fuller. Residence Hardwick, Vt. No children.
VII-94 Deborah, b Hollis, N.H., May 22, 1796, d May 8, 1879; m Sept. 6, 1822, Rev. Jacob N. Loomis. Mrs. Loomis was a women of well-balanced mind, clear judgment and great firmness and fortitude, combined with gentleness and true womanly instincts. She had decidedly literary tastes, but read only the best books. She was a great help to her husband in his pastoral work and her religious influence was positive and healthful even to old age. Residence, Vt. No children.
VII-95 Martha, b Hollis, Oct. 24, 1797,d Sept. 9, 1824; m Feb., 1819, Francis Fuller. Residence Hardwick, Vt.
Children of Martha Fuller
(a) Samuel Worcester, b Apr. 25, 1822, d Chicago, Oct. 23, 1873. He spent the first twenty years of his life on his father's farm. He then studied law, and in 1853 he went to Illinois, locating first at Pekin. In 1857 he removed to Chicago, being recommended by Abraham Lincoln to the firm Scammon and McCagg. Later he became a member of the firm, then called McCagg, Fuller and Culver. Although suffering from a pulmonary infection, he performed a great deal of professional labor, and won an enviable reputation as a member of the Chicago Bar. He died at the age of fifty, honored and mourned by all who knew him. We copy a few lines from the resolutions passed by the members of the bar of Cook Co., Ill.
"Mr. Fuller was endowed by nature with remarkable powers. He possessed a clear, capacious and investigating intellect, which, by habits of intense application, had become thoroughly stored with the principles of judicial science... united with great talents and great acquirements, he brought to the practice of the law, unsullied purity of life and a high sense of professional honor."
He married Lavine Culver. She survived him a number of years, dying at Newport, Vt., Sept. 4, 1889. He left no children.
(b) Martha, b Mar. 22, 1824, 1843.
VII-96 Taylor Gilman.
VII-97 John Newton.
VII-98 Henry Aiken.
VII-99 Samuel Thomas.
VII-100 Frederick Augustus.
LEONARD WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1). b Hollis, Jan. 1, 1767, d St. Johnsbury, Vt., May 28, 1846; m1st Nov. 1, 1793, Elizabeth dau Samuel Hopkins, D.D., Hadley, Mass., b June 12, 1772, d Sept. 4, 1818; m2nd Jan. 25, 1820, Eunice Woodbury, Salem, Mass., b July 13, 1770, d Aug. 6, 1846. He served an apprenticeship in the printing office of Isaiah Thomas, Esq., Worcester, Mass., after which he was for several years editor, printer and publisher of the "Massachusetts Spy". He was chosen a deacon of the First Church, Worcester, in 1795, licensed to preach Mar. 12, 1799, ordained pastor of the Cong. Church, Peacham, Vt., Oct. 30, 1799, discharged the duties of his office until 1837, when he left Peacham on account of ill health and resided with his sons in Littleton, N.H., and St. Johnsbury, Vt., until his decease at the latter place. His remains were removed to Peacham for interment. Four of his sons entered the ministry, the ordination of each being preached by their father.
He received the degree A.M. from Middlebury, 1804, and from Dartmouth in 1827. He printed numerous sermons and controversial pamphlets.
Children of Leonard Worcester, Rev.
VII-102 Leonard, b Dec. 30, 1794, d
July 1, 1795.
VII-103 Elizabeth H., b June 11, 1796, d Mar. 30, 1817.
VII-104 Samuel Austin.
VII-106 Hannah S., b Mar. 14, 1801, d May 22, 1838.
VII-107 Jerusha, b Sept. 20, 1802, d Mar. 15, 1803.
VII-108 Jerusha, b Mar. 3, 1804, d Nov. 3, 1829.
VII-109 Evarts, b Peacham, Vt., Mar. 24, 1807, d Littleton, N.H., Oct. 21, 1836; m May, 1836, Ann P., dau of Prof. Roswell Shurtleff, Hanover, N.H. She m 2d, Joseph Emerson, Hanover, N.H. Graduated Dartmouth, 1830; was engaged in teaching in Peacham, Vt., and as tutor, at Dartmouth College until the autumn of 1833; resided in Hanover, and vicinity, pursuing theological studies for most of the time until March, 1836, when he was ordained pastor of the Congregational Church in Littleton. He was distinguished scholar, and would unquestionably have attained a high rank in his profession.
VII-110 Isaac Redington.
VII-111 Lydia, b Oct. 2, 1810, d Aug. 23, 1811.
VII-112 John Hopkins.
VII-113 Ezra Carter, b July 26, 1814, d Aug. 21, 1814.
VII-114 Ezra Carter.
VII-115 Lydia Eliza, b Apr. 28, 1817, d Sept. 6, 1817.
SAMUEL WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, Nov. 01, 1770, d Brainard, Tenn., June 7, 1821, m Oct. 20, 1797, Zervia dau Dr. Jonathan Fox of Dracut, Mass., and Hollis, b Feb. 16, 1779.
He labored on the farm of his father until 1791, then pursued studies preparatory to college at Ipswich Academy, and with Dr. Wood of Boscawen, N.H., entered Dartmouth College in the summer of 1792, graduated in 1795, studied theology with Dr. Austin of Worcester four months, taught school in Hollis in the winter of 1795-6, in the spring following became preceptor of New Ipswich Academy, and shortly afterwards was licensed to preach. He was ordained pastor of the Congregational Church, Fitchburg, Mass., Sept. 27, 1797, dismissed Sept. 8, 1802, and installed pastor of the Tabernacle Church in Salem, Mass., Apr. 20, 1803. His ministry covered a period of great religious activity, an and out of the church, in which he bore a conspicuous part. The Unitarian controversy which divided many of the principal Congregational churches of Eastern Mass., was at its height. Dr. Worcester was a prominent champion of the orthodox side. He received the honary degree of D.D. from Princeton College in 1811. At the first meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions he was chosen Corresponding Secretary, and performed the duties of this office in connection with those of the sole pastorship of the Tabernacle until July, 1819, when he was relieved of a portion of his responsibility as pastor by the settlement of Rev. Elias Cornelius as his associate. He continued these relations with the Tabernacle and the American Board until his decease. (The American Board was founded in 1810 to undertake overseas missions in the Far East, but after the War of 1812 many churchgoers wanted to help the Indians to become good Christian citizens and to share the nation's manifest destiny.) Dr. Worcester was deeply involved in the efforts to acculturate, civilize and Christianize many of the Indian tribes of the southeast, particularly the Cherokees. For several years before his death he worked diligently to assist the Cherokees to prevent their forceful removal to the West. It was on one of his many trips among the Cherokee Nation that he died. He was buried at Brainerd, E. Tenn., a mission station in the Cherokee Nation. A monument erected by the Board bears the following tribute from the pen of Jeremiah Evarts, Esq., who succeeded to the Office of Corresponding Secretary:
Secretaries of the American Board of Foreign Missions - Samuel is in center
"As minister of the gospel Dr. Worcester labored for more than twenty years, with zeal, fidelity and success. As a distinguished agent in exciting and directing the missionary enterprise of the American churches he displayed eminent talents and impelled an ardent desire for the salvation of the heathen. To To the promotion of this divine work he applied all his faculties, till, exhausted by arduous labors he fell asleep in Jesus, while on a visit of kindness to the Cherokee people."
His remains were removed to Salem, Mass., in the autumn of 1844, and deposited in Harmony Grove Cemetery May 5, 1845.
He received the degree from Princeton College in 1811. Besides numerous occasional discourses he published "Sermons on Universalism," "Two Discourses on the Abrahamis Covenant," three "Letters to Dr. Channing," ten "Reports of the A.B.C.F.M.," "Christian Psalmody" and "Watts Entire and select Hymns."
Children of Samuel Worcester
VII-116 Zervia Fidelia, b Aug., 1798, d Jan. 29, 1804.
VII-117 Lydia Lucretia, b Dec. 5, 1799, d Feb. 3, 1803.
VII-118 Samuel Melancthon.
VII-119 Zervia Fidelia, b Nov. 4, 1804; m Oct. 21, 1823, Samuel H. Archer of Salem, Mass., b 1798, a schoolteacher.
Children of Zervia F. Archer
(a) Fidelia W., b Aug. 27, 1824.
(b) Sarah Elizabeth, b Aug. 30, 1828, d 1829.
(c) Mary Jane, b Nov. 23, 1828, d 1853.
VII-120 Jonathan Fox.
VII-121 Lydia Lucretia, b Oct. 7, 1808, d July 27, 1810.
VII-122 John Norris, b Dec. 28, 1810, d Aug. 16, 1812.
VII-123 John Norris, b Dec. 27, 1812, d Nov. 4, 1815.
VII-124 Elizabeth Lydia, b Salem, Dec. 19,1814, d Amherst, Mass., Oct. 24, 1889; m Apr. 27, 1841, Rev. Warren Harrison Beaman, Wendall, Mass., b Jan. 7, 1813, d Amherst, Mass., Feb. 26, 1901. Graduated Amherst, 1837.
Children of Elizabeth Lydia Beaman
(a) Mary Elizabeth, b Feb. 19, 1842, No. Hadley, Mass., d Aug. 9, 1871, grad. Mt. Holyoke Sem. 1863; m Jan. 1, 1868, Sylvester Lamson Stockbridge, b Syracuse, N.Y., May 22, 1842, d Baltimore, Md., Feb. 11, 1897. Left College to enter the army. Residence No. Hadley and Amherst after 1872.
Children of Elizabeth Lydia Beaman
(i) Mina Kathleen, b Sept. 28, 1869; m Amherst, Mass., Aug. 15, 1893, Edward Hardenbergh Waldo, grad. Amherst and of the Electrical Engineering Course at Cornell, degrees A.B. and M.E. Asst. Professor, electrical engineering, Univ. of Ill., Urbana, Ill. Mrs. Waldo was educated at Mt. Holyoke and Wellesley.
Children of Mina Kathleen Waldo
a - Edward Stockbridge, b Phila., Nov. 10, 1895, d Jan. 23, 1909.
b - John Hardenbergh, b Phila., Feb. 15, 1898.
c - Cornelius Beaman, b Phila., Aug. 5, 1901, d Sept. 27, 1904.
d - Allen Worcester, b Phila., July 27, 1904.
e - Helen Elizabeth, b Maplewood, N.Y., Nov. 25, 1906.
(b) Emma Worcester, b Oct. 4, 1843, d Apr. 5, 1912. Residence, Amherst, Mass.
(c) John Warren, b Dec. 28, 1845, d Greenboro, N.C., Dec. 13, 1903; m Dec. 22, 1874, Elizabeth Gertrude Dubois. Civil Engineer.
(d) Anna Jane, b Jan. 20, 1848, d July 22, 1849.
(e) Mina Delia, b Mar. 30, 1853; m Jan. 31, 1882, Rev. John Dayton Willard, d Appleton, Wis., July 24, 1885. After 1886 Mrs. Willard resided in Amherst, Mass.
VII-125 Abigail A.C., b Feb. 27, 1817, d Oct. 18, 1854; m Feb. 28, 1842, William S. Merrill, Salem, Mass.
Children of Abigail A.C. Merrill
(a) Amelia Worcester, b July 31, 1843, d 1872; m W. K. Bigelow, Salem, Mass.
(b) William Rollins, b Nov. 24, 1845.
(c) Abbie Carleton, b July 1, 1851; m Salem, Mass., Nov. 4, 1874, Samuel Holman Curwen, b 1849, d Salem, Dec. 31, 1911.
Children of Abbie Rollins Curwen
(i) James Henry, b Oct. 27, 1875; m Dec. 25, 1899, Lilian Churchill, Salem, Mass.
Children of James Henry Curwen
a - Reginald, b Mar. 18, 1901.
b - Bertram, b Feb. 16, 1902.
(ii) Ernest Worcester, b Apr. 23, 1877; m July, 1901, Celia Biron, b Apr. 1, 1881.
Children of Ernest Worcester Curwen
a - Helen, b May 8, 1902, d May 28, 1902.
b - Ernest Charles, b May 23, 1903.
c - Dorothy, Feb. 17, 1891; m June 28, 1913, Effie Carter.
(d) Martha Ann W. Clark, b Sept. 23, 1854. Musician. Residence Somersville, Mass.
VII-126 Mary Haraden, b Dec. 19, 1819; m Feb. 21, 1842, Samuel B. Foster, Salem, Mass.
Children of Mary Haraden Foster
(a) Samuel Worcester, b July 16, 1844, d Peterborough, N.H., Apr., 1889; m Eliza Jane Shute, b Bear River, N.S., Apr. 6, 1845.
Children of Samuel Worcester Foster
(i) Edward Grenby, b and d Boston, Mass.
(ii) Harriet May, b and d Boston, Mass.
(iii) Edwin Worcester, b and d Boston, Mass.
(iv) Frank Brooks, b Boston, Mass., Apr. 24, 1877. Residence Peterborough, N.H. Physician, Ch.B., Sc.B., M.D.
(b) Mary L., b July 24, 1846, d 1847.
(c) Harriet L., b Dec. 4, 1849.
(d) Anna Jane, b June 24, 1853.
EBENEZER WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, Apr. 30, 1781, d Stoneham, Sept. 16, 1844; m1st Nov. 14, 1804, Mary dau William Punchard, Salem, b Sept. 15, 1786, d Nov. 25, 1825; m2nd Mar. 16, 1826, Mrs. Elizabeth Fabens Gerrish, Salem, Mass., b Jan. 8, 1793, d Watertown, Mass., 1866. Residence, 1802-1838, Salem, Mass., 1838-1844, Stoneham, Mass. Master Carpenter.
Children of Ebenezer Worcester by first m
VII-127 Maria, b Nov. 28, 1805, d Oct. 1, 1821.
VII-129 Sarah, b and d Dec. 20, 1809.
VII-132 Harriet Newhall, b Mar. 28, 1816, d July 11, 1820.
VII-133 Benjamin, b Oct. 14, 1818, grad. Dartmouth 1841.
VII-134 Samuel, b Apr. 1, 1821. Residence California.
VII-135 Harriet Maria, b June 4, 1823, d Feb. 14, 1841.
Children of Ebenezer Worcester by second m
VII-137 Joseph Fabens (twin of Francis), b Dec. 10, 1826, d May 30, 1853.
VII-138 Noah A., b Jan. 22, 1828, d Aug. 4, 1828.
VII-139 Noah A.
VII-140 Mary, b New York, June 10, 1831, d Maine, Feb. 20, 1854; m July 1, 1850, Azariah R. Glinds, Stoneham, Mass.
Children of Mary Glinds
(a) Mary Elizabeth, b June 3, 1851; m Haverhill, Mass., Harry G. Pratt.
(b) Josephine Frances, m Chas. Lang.
Children of Josephine Frances Lang
(i) Mabel, (ii) George, (iii) Charles, (iv) Frederick, b 1883, d 1890.
VII-141 Henry, b Feb. 1, 1834, d Dec. 15, 1862.
Children of Henry Worcester
(a) Emma J, d Apr. 16, 1863.
JAMES WORCESTER (Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, Feb. 23, 1788, d Hollis, May 3, 1833; m1st Apr. 1, 1813, Mary dau Daniel Lawrence, of Hollis, b June 16, 1791, d Aug. 16, 1823; m2nd Feb. 17, 1825, Prudence, dau Joseph Blood of Harvard, b Mar. 12, 1786. Removed to Tyngsboro, Mass., 1815, Fitchburg, 1817, Damariscotta, Me., 1825, South Boston, 1829, shortly after Charlestown, Mass. A teacher and painter.
Children of James Worcester by first m
VII-142 James Alonzo D.
VII-143 Mary C., b Aug. 20, 1815; m1st Apr. 7, 1837, Benjamin Page, Bedford, Mass.; m2nd June 29, 1851, Abba G. Rice, Brandon, Vt. Residence New York.
Children of Mary C. Page
(a) William, b June 25, 1838, d 1838.
(b) Mary C., b June 15, 1839.
(c) Henry, b Mar. 30, 1841, d 1841.
(d) Eliza J., b Sept. 21, 1842.
(e) Benjamin F., b May 26, 1844, d 1848.
VII-144 Eliza Thomas, b Mar. 21, 1817; m Apr. 2, 1835, David Page, Bedford, Mass.
Children of Eliza Thomas Page
(a) Eliza C., b Aug. 20, 1837.
VII-145 John Fernando Edwards, b Fitchburg, Mass., Aug.
17, 1818; m Apr. 29, 1842, Mrs. M.H. Davis. Lived in Damariscotta, Me., Charlestown, and
Boston, Mass., until 1852; afterward in California. Wood engraver.
VII-146 William Sylvester, b Sept. 28, 1819, d Mar. 3, 1836.
VII-147 Caroline Louise, b Jan. 28, 1821, d Trinidad, Colo., Mar. 1, 1904; m1st Dec. 22, 1839, Alanson A. Morse, b abt 1811, Marblehead, Mass., d July 26, 1848, Dalton, Mass.
Children of Louisa Caroline Morse
(a) Fidelia A., b Jan. 7, 1842, d Aug. 11, 1852, Lowell, Mass.
(b) Gardener E., b Dalton, Mass., May 12, 1843, d San Diego, Cal., Nov. 7, 1907; m1st Oct. 30, 1867, Sarah Gray Hastings, b Marlborough, Mass, May 6, 1846; m2d Oct. 4, 1880, Sedwixk, Ks., Mary Woodard Bispham, b May 29, 1860, Natick, Mass., d May 21, 1935.
Children of Gardener E. Morse by 1st marriage
(i) Caroline A., b 1868, Marlboro, Mass.
(ii) Ralph Alanson, b 1870.
Children of Gardener E. Morse by 2d marriage
(iii) William Gardner, b Wichita, Ks., Dec. 1879, d Witchita, Ks., Aug. 21, 1880.
(iv) Anna "Annie" Louise, b Ks., Dec. 13, 1881, d San Diego, Calif., June 19, 1971; m Charles Frederick Maynard, b San Diego, Calif., Dec. 3, 1966.
Children of Anna Louise Maynard
a- Mary Moore, b Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 13, 1909.
b- Marion, b San Diego, Claif., July 29, 1923.
(v) Mabel Claire, b Wichita, Ks., Jul. 29, 1882, d Richmond, Calif., May 27, 1914 (suicide); m Apr. 23, 1903, John Garner Routh, b Sept. 17, 1883, d Orange County, Calif., June 16, 1952.
Children of Mabel Claire Routh
a- Thelma Hazel, b Colorado Springs, Co., Dec. 4, 1904.
(vi) Olive M. Morse, b Witchita, Ks., June 13, 1888, d Los Angeles, Calif., July 16, 1970; m1st 1923, James H. Elkin; m2d Oct. 30, 1911, James McGlinchy,, d San Diego, Calif., June 15, 1913.
Children of Olive M. by 1st marriage
a- Melvin B.
b- Corinee O., b May 29, 1923.
(vii) James Woodward, b Ks., Aug. 25, 1885, d Ventura, Calif., June 6, 1971; m1st June 4, 1907, Ethel Mae Bateman; m 2d MAr. 25, Margaret Sedona Fulton.
Children of James Woodward Morse by 1st marriage
a- Ethel Mae, b San Diego, Calif., Mar. 8, 1908.
(viii) Zeke Paul, b Ks., OCt. 25, 1886, d Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 9, 1963; m Feb. 22, 1911, Florence Nightingale Banta, b Il.
Children of Zeke Paul
a- Florence Banta, b San Diego, Calif., June 22, 1912.
(ix) Laura Elizabeth, b Ks., Mar. 21, 1890, d San Diego, Calif., Nov. 4, 1973; m Feb. 23, 1913, Albert Frederick Schick, b Buena Vista, Calif., May 22, 1891, d Reno, NV, Sept. 16, 1978.
Children of Laura Elizabeth Schick
a- Elmer Leroy, b San Diego, Calif., Sept. 29, 1913.
(x) Daisy Dean, b Ks., 1891, d Witchita, Ks., Apr. 2, 1893.
(xi) Walter Peter, b Ks., 1895, d Las Animas, Co., June 29, 1896.
(xii) Gardner Elisha, b Las Animas, Co., Sept. 2, 1898, d San Diego, Calif., Apr. 11, 1962.
Children of GArdner Elisha Morse II
a- Gardenr Elisha III
(c) Alanson W., b July 18, 1845, d Nov. 17, 1905, Prospect Plains, N.J.; m Emma Walker, b Apr. 16, 1845.
Children of Alanson W. Morse
(i) Emma Fidelia, b Hudson, Mass.; m , Haverhill, Mass., Fred G. Sargent.
Children of Emma Fidelia Sargent
a - Stanley, b Haverhill, Mass.
(d) Caroline Christiania., b Dalton, Mass., Feb. 3, 1847, d Feb. 24, 1900, Milford, Mass.; m Joseph W. Pedrick, Sept. 1, 1866, Hollis, N.H., b June 15, 1844, Marblehead, Mass.
Children of Caroline C. Pedrick
(i) William Worcester, b Dec. 9, 1867, Hudson, Mass.; m Jan. 1, 1902, Evelyn Rosamond Brigham, b Sept. 3, 1879, Hudson, Mass.
Children of William Worcester Pedrick
a - Laurena Morse, b Feb. 24, 1903, Hudson, Mass.
b - William Brigham, b Dec. 17, 1905, Fitchburg, Mass.
(ii) Carrie Brown, b Oct. 18, 1869, Hudson, Mass., d Aug. 9, 1907, Milford, Mass.; m Sept. 1, 1869, Otis W. Krum, Milford, Mass.
Children of Carrie Brown Krum
a - Robert Pedrick, b Aug. 27, 1890, Milford, Mass., Zelma Ellen, b Sept. 12, 1892, Milford, Mass.; m Jan. 12, 1914, David McArthur, New York City.
VII-148 Abigail Fidelia, b June 12, 1822, d Aug., 1831.
VII-149 William Edward Cartwright
JOHN WORCESTER (John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Spencer, Mass., Apr. 12, 1762; m and lived in Alstead, N.H.
Children of John Worcester
VII-150 Arad, b Waterbury, Vt.; m Sarah Newell.
ASA WORSTER (John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Spencer, Mass, Jan. 23, 1770, d wrecked on Scituate Rocks and drowned Sept. 20, 1802; m Jan. 18, 1801, Elizabeth, dau Peter Hardy, Ward, Mass., b May 18, 1773.. Residence Deer Isle, Me., 1800-1802. Mariner.
Children of Asa Worster
VII-154 Eli, b Nov. 26, 1801, d at sea Sept. 10, 1827.
VII-155 Infant, b and d Nov. 26, 1801.
VII-156 Eliza, b Jan. 11, 1803; m Mar. 18, 1851, J. Jarvis, Deer Isl.
VII-157 Infant, b and d Jan. 11, 1803.
VII-158 Infant, b and d Jan. 11, 1803.
ELI WORSTER (John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Spencer, Mass., Dec. 31, 1777, d Mar. 7, 1834; m May 4, 1803, Barbara dau John Bubier, Marblehead, Mass. Residence Boston. Merchant.
Children of Eli Worster
VII-159 Rebecca, b Dec. 3, 1803, d May 9, 1806.
VII-161 Barbara, b May 19, 1807, d June, 1808.
VII-162 Eli, b Oct. 4, 1808, d Sept. 2, 1828.
VII-163 Elbridge Gerry.
VII-165 James Madison, b Feb. 15, 1815, d Jan. 1816.
ALPHEUS WORCESTER (John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Spencer, Mass, 1785, d Oct., 1834; m Feb. 12, 1811, Hannah dau John Bubier, Marblehead, Mass., b Sept. 4, 1794. Residence Boston.
Children of Alpheus Worcester
VII-166 Christopher Gore.
VII-167 Abby Sarah, b Mass., June 30, 1813; m Metheun, Mass., May 13,1834, Alfred Currier, Lawrence, Mass., d July 12, 1893, Lakewood, N.J.
Children of Abby Sarah Currier
(a) Henrietta Frances, b Mar. 30, 1836; m June, 1877, Willis H. Benton.
(b) Abbie Ellen, b May 9, 1846; m Nashua, N.H., Oct. 5, 1864, Mark Dean Knowlton, who d Mar. 2, 1906.
Children of Abbie Ellen Knowlton
(i) Annie Dean, b Nashua, N.H., Mar. 25, 1865.
(ii) Grace E., b Dec. 2, 1866.
(iii) Hattie G., b Oct. 27, 1868.
(iv) Frederick K., b Feb. 23, 1879. Purdue Univ. 1900.
(v) Ola Abby, b July 17, 1888. Electrical Engineer.
VII-168 John H. B., b Feb. 27, 1815, d
Jan. 11, 1825.
VII-169 Alpheus, b Dec. 15, 1817, d Dec. 29, 1817.
VII-171 James Madison.
VII-172 Isaac W., b Jan. 10, 1824, d July 11, 1840.
VII-173 John H. B., b July 3, 1825, d July 20, 1830.
WILLIAM WOOSTER (Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Newbury, Mass, Dec. 29, 1757, d Sullivan, Me., July 24, 1823, m Sullivan, Me., Dec. 30, 1784, Hannah dau of Jeremiah Sr. and Elizabeth (Wilson) Bragdon of Franklin, Me., d Sullivan, Me., Dec. 30, 1784. Private in Capt. Daniel Sullivans Comp. In Col. Benjamin Fosters Regiment in the County of Lincoln and private in Capt. Lezar Crabtrees Company. Enlisted Aug. 26, 1775, with service to Dec. 31, 1775. His company was stationed at Frenchmans Bay, Lincoln County, for the defense of the seacoast. Residence Hancock and Franklin, Me.
Children of William Wooster
VII-174 Betsey, b Feb. 23, 1785, d Hancock, Nov. 19, 1822; m Dec. 3, 1804, James Smith, Hancock, Me. He was a Revolutionary War veteran.)
Children of Betsey Smith
(a) Isaac, b 1804.
(b) Elmira, b 1809.
(c) Amelia, b 1811.
(d) Oliver, b 1813.
(e) William and Hannah (twins), b 1815.
(f) Betsey, b 1818.
VII-175 Sally/Sarah, b Sept. 22, 1787, d Hancock, Feb. 3, 1818; m 1st Dec. 7, 1805, Martin Berry, b Mar. 20, 1782, d (buried at sea); m 2nd Aug. 11, 1816, Wm. Young, b Hancock, Me., 1790, d Feb. 2, 1862.
Children of Sally Berry Young by first m
(a) Calvin, b July 22, 1807.
Children of Sally Berry Young by second m
(b) Caroline, b Mar. 2, 1817, d 1834.
(c) Sally, b Jan. 20, 1819.
VII-177 Hannah, b Sept. 24, 1794, d Bucksport, Me., Apr. 29, 1870 (Simpson Cemetery, East Sullivan, Me.); m Sullivan, Me., Sept. 4, 1809, Nahum son of Thomas and Rebecca (Train) Hill, b Gouldsboro, May 8, 1783, d Sullivan, Me., Nov. 6, 1862.
Children of Hannah Hill
(a) Eunice, b Sept. 3, 1810.
(b) Mary A., b Dec. 11, 1812.
(c) Hannah W., b Apr. 9, 1815.
(d) Nahum T., b Apr. 30, 1817.
(e) John H., b Dec. 30, 1818.
(f) William W., b July 16, 1822.
(g) Thomas B., b Sept. 1, 1824.
(h) Enoch B., b Apr. 13, 1828.
(i) Eliza C., b June 26, 1830.
(j) Clara L., b July 16, 1832.
(k) Lydia S., b Oct. 15, 1835; m Daniel S. Emery, d Newton, Mass., Jan. 13, 1913. Residence Newton.
(l) Abby A., b Oct. 15, 1835, twin of Lydia S.
(m) Caroline H., b Apr. 22, 1841.
VII-178 John, b Nov. 30, 1795, d 1816,
VII-179 Prudence, d 1797, d 1802.
VII-181 Jeremiah, d young.
VII-183 Abigail, b Apr. 22, 1805; m Dec. 14, 1822, Samuel Urann, b Sullivan, Me., Dec. 11, 1799.
Children of Abigail Urann
(f) Mary L.
DAVID WOOSTER (Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., Aug. 30, 1765, d Oct. 8, 1848, m Dec. 18, 1788, Nancy Bragdon, Sullivan, Me., b Nov. 10, 1764, d July 4, 1827. Residence Hancock, Me. Yeoman.
Children of David Wooster
VII-184 Nancy, b Jan. 22, 1790, d Apr. 13, 1790.
VII-185 Daniel, b May 1, 1791, d Mar. 30, 1812.
VII-186 Nancy, b Dec. 29, 1792; m Feb. 18, 1818, Samuel Simpson. Residence Sullivan, Me. Yeoman.
VII-188 David, b Aug. 8, 1797. Residence Washington, D.C.
VII-189 Lovicy, b Sept. 30, 1799; m June 28, 1820, Richard Simpson. Residence Sullivan, Me.
Children of Lovicy Simpson
(b) David A.
(c) Eliza A.
VII-190 Eliza, b Sept. 3, 1801; m Dec. 10, 1835, Oliver Donnell. Residence Franklin, Me.
Children of Eliza Donnell
(a) Estiza Maria, b Dec. 7, 1836.
(b) Oliver Calvin, b Feb. 3, 1838.
(c) Emily Francena, b Feb. 13, 1840.
(d) Eliza Antoinette, b July 11, 1844.
VII-191 Prudence, b Feb. 18, 1804, d Sept. 30, 1830; m Feb. 8, 1829, Melatiah J. Ball. Residence Hancock, Me.
Children of Prudence Ball
(a) Sarah A., b Dec. 15, 1829.
VII-192 John Bragdon.
OLIVER WOOSTER (Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., Oct.14, 1768; m June 20, 1798, Sarah P. Newton, Eastport, Me., b Feb. 17, 1779, d Dec. 6, 1843. Residence after 1799, Grand Manan, N.B. Yeoman.
Children of Oliver Wooster
VII-193 Oliver, b Dec. 1, 1799, d Apr. 27, 1830.
VII-194 Mary, b Jan. 13, 1802, d Jan. 14, 1802.
VII-195 Mary, b June 25, 1803; m Jan. 21, 1809, Philip Newton.
VII-196 Barbara, b July 12, 1805; m Sept. 20, 1804, Jonathan ent.
VII-197 Abigail, b June 27, 1807, d Sept. 6, 1824.
VII-199 Isaac N., b June 27, 1811. Residence Grand Manahan, N.B. Mariner.
VII-200 Summers, b Jan. 3,1814, d Aug. 13, 1833.
VII-201 Albert, b Jan.13, 1817, d Dec. 7, 1843.
SUMMERS WOOSTER (Oliver5, Daniel4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hancock, Me., May 1, 1775; m Dec. 20, 1797, Hannah Bowden, Hancock, Me., b Oct. 19, 1777. Residence Hancock, Me. Yeoman.
Children of Summers Wooster
VII-203 John Felton, b Sept. 17, 1798, d Apr. 1, 1816.
VII-204 Benjamin, b June 26, 1800, d Apr. 1, 1816.
VII-205 William, b May 15, 1802, d June 13, 1802.
VII-206 Sarah, b May 22, 1803; m Melatiah J. Young.
Children of Sarah Young
(a) Oliver W., b July 24, 1827.
(b) Roland M., b Feb. 6, 1832.
VII-208 Oliver, b Feb. 26, 1808, d Apr. 26, 1827.
VII-209 Emma, b Mar. 18, 1812; m Calvin Berry.
Children of Sarah Young
(a) Caroline Y., b Apr. 27, 1833.
(b) Augusta M., b Jan. 15, 1835.
(c) Sarah A., b May 8, 1837.
(d) Artemus C., b June 27, 1845.
VII-212 Phebe, b June 18, 1819, d Oct. 20, 1822.
WILLIAM WORCESTER (Luke5, William4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Falmouth, Me., Apr., 1776; m 1808, Hannah, dau Benjamin Plummer, Nobleboro, Me., d Dec. 24, 1830. Residence East Dixfield, Me. For many years a teacher of youth.
Children of William Worcester
VII-213 Galen H.
VII-214 Clarrissa, b Nov. 9, 1811; m 1st 1828, Furber Thompson, Lowell, Mass., m 2nd 1845, Thompson.
Children of Clarrissa Thompson
VII-215 Mary, b Apr. 20,1820; m Pollard, Boston, Mass.
JAMES WORCESTER (Luke5, William4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Falmouth, Me., Nov. 30, 1783; m Mar. 9, 1813, Naomi Allen. Removed to Minot, Me., and later to Carmel, Me. Yeoman.
Children of James Worcester
VII-216 Apphia, b Nov. 29, 1813, drowned Minot, Me.,
Dec. 29, 1829.
VII-217 Luke H., b May 7, 1815, drowned Minot, Me., Dec. 29, 1829.
VII-218 Mary Ann, b May 1, 1817; m Mar. 26, 1838, O.P.H. Stevens. Residence Livermore, Me. Three children, names not known.
VII-219 Isaac Allen.
VII-220 Sarah Jane, b July 27,1820.
VII-221 John B., b May 31, 1822. Residence Carmel, Me.
VII-222 William M., b Mar. 3, 1824.
VII-223 Pliny F., b Sept. F., b Sept. 1, 1827. Residence Saco, Me.
JESSE WORCESTER (Jonathan5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Tyngsboro, Mass., Dec. 8, 1800; m Nov. 24, 1825, Hannah R. Crafts of Groton. Residence Groton.
Children of Jesse Worcester
VII-224 Mary Esther.
VII-226 James Kendall.
VII-227 Sarah Longley.
VII-228 John Jewett.
ASA WORCESTER (Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, Mass., Apr. 26, 1771, d Windsor, Vt., Apr. 22, 1846, m Feb. 13, 1799, Mary dau Amasa Delano, Windsor, Vt., b July 20, 1773, d July, 1850. Residence 1775-1846, Windsor. Yeoman.
Children of Asa Worcester
VII-229 Orville Hurd.
VII-230 Julia, b July 18, 1802.
VII-231 Paschall, b Windsor, Vt., June 4, 1804; m 1st, Mrs. Nancy Patterson, dau of ____ Hassel, Peterboro, N.H., m 2d, June 18, 1842, Betsey, dau Jeremiah Merrill, Claremont, N.H., b Mar., 1803. No children. Residence, W. Windsor, Vt.
VII-235 Mary Maria, b May 20, 1815.
ELIJAH WORCESTER (Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, Mar. 27, 1773, d Feb. 25, 1861, m 1st June 12, 1797, Lucy dau Aaron Ely, Windsor, b Sept. 6, 1777, d Oct. 12, 1813, m 2nd July 14, 1814, Anna, dau of Stephen Cady, b Windsor, Vt., Nov. 4, 1783, d Windsor, Vt., May 24, 1833. Residence Windsor, Vt., after 1775. Yeoman and carpenter.
Children of Elijah Worcester by 1st m
VII-236 Amasa P., b Oct. 25, 1798, d Aug. 22, 1800.
VII-237 Lucy, b Sept. 14, 1800; m 1st Cary, m 2nd Clark. Residence Windsor, Vt.
VII-238 Emily, b Dec. 4, 1802, d Nov. 6, 1813.
VII-240 Lucius Tullus.
VII-241 Linus Ely.
Children of Elijah Worcester by 2nd m
PARKER WORCESTER (Asa5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Windsor, Vt., Apr. 8, 1782, d Jan. 19, 1861, Walmouth, Wisconsin; m Jan. 27, 1805, Abigail dau of Aaron Trowbridge, Windsor, b Nov. 10, 1785. He was a veteran of teh War of 1812, Corning's Attachment. Vermont Militia, and also 4th Regiment (Peck's). Vermont Militia. Lived in Warren, Vt., Sodus, N.Y., and Walworth, Wisconsin. Farmer.
Children of Parker Worcester
VII-244 Pamelia, b July 15, 1807, d Apr. 15, 1845; m JAn. 2, 1831, Phelps, NY, Ira Austin, son of Daniel Austin and Molly Baker, b Middlebury, Vt, d Nov. 12, 1862.
Children of Pamelia Austin
(a) Abigail Mary, b Sept. 6, 1832; m Janesville, Wis., May 26, 1847, Ezra Philo Doty son of Zuri Doty and Phoebe Bostwick, b Peru, N.Y., Aug. 27, 1826, d Janesville, Wis, Mar. 7, 1869. Inventor Doty Washing Machine.
Children of Abigail Doty
(i) Henry A., b June 5, 1849, d June, 1849; m 1st Ella Josephine Lappin, d Sept. 27, 1873; m 2nd Oct. 30, 1877, Mary Esther Lappin.
Children of Henry A. Doty
a - Thomas Henry, b Sept. 27, 1873, d 1874.
b - Lawrence Lappin, b Sept. 14, 1884, Janesville, Wis.; m Apr. 15, 1911, Janesville, Wis., Pearl Peters. Residence Chicago, Ill.
Children of Henry A. Doty
1 - Lawrence Lappin, Jr., b Feb. 12, 1912.
c - Harriet Mildred, b Mar. 21, 1891; m Aug., 1913, Robert H. Matthews. Residence St. Louis, Mo.
(ii) Alta Maria, b Janesville, Wis., July 23, 1856; m July 23, 1873, Charles Atwood. b Mar. 6, 1854. Residence Janesville, Wisc. Ice business.
Children of Alta Maria Atwood
a - Volney Doty, b May 11, 1875; m June 14, 1902, Stella Last. Residence Sioux City, Ia. Express business.
b - Abigail Ann, b June 25, 1877. Teacher in Janesville.
c - Mary, b July 22, 1879; m May 6, 1905, Dan C. Holloway. Residence Chicago.
Children of Mary Holloway
1 - Dayton Atwood, b Aug. 28, 1906, d Sept. 19, 1906.
2 - Catharine Isabelle, b June 4, 1908.
3 - Charles Leroy, b Sept. 10, 1911.
4 - Alta Marie, b July 10, 1913.
d - Harry Cummings, b Sept. 19, 1881; m June 15, 1908, Mabel Durkee. Residence Minneapolis. Oil business.
e - Charles Starr, b Sept. 12, 1884, m Cora Soverhill.
Children of Charles Starr
1 - Dorothy Soverhill, b June 15, 1900.
2 - Sanford Soverhill, b Dec. 3, 1912.
f - William W., b Oct. 2, 1887, d May 31, 1900.
g - Leo Holmes, b May 21, 1891, d Nov. 2, 1909.
h - Edward Philo, b Nov. 16, 1895. Residence Janesville.
(iii) Edward Philo, b Sept., 1857; m Jan. 13, 1881, Margaret Virginia Hullihen.
Children of Edward Philo
a - Edward Kramer, b Mar. 12, 1885. Residence Janesville.
b - Josephine, b Dec. 5, 1889. Residence Janesville.
c - Margaret, b July 23, 1894. Residence Janesville.
(iv) Minnie Abbie, b Oct. 18, 1863, m June 16, 1885, Dr. Charles Wintermute, d Jan. 9, 1889.
Children of Minnie Abbie Wintermute
a - Ruth Anna, b Apr., 1887. Residence Kilbourne, Wis.
b - Horace Doty, b Jan. 2, 1889, d Mar., 1889.
(v) Anna Sarah, b Nov. 27, 1865; m Judge C. L. Fifield. Residence Janesville, Wis.
Children of Anna S. Fifield
a - Minnie Eloise, b Nov. 9, 1890.
b - Alta, b Apr. 25, 1895.
c - Frances, b Apr. 8, 1897.
d - Esther, b Feb. 5, 1903.
(b) Ann Eliza, b Apr. 30, 1834; m Oct. 12, 1852, Vinton L. Merrill, b Lebanon, KS, d Mashan, OK, Jun 30, 1915; d Apr. 24, 1913. Residence Pawnee, Oklahoma.
Children of Eliza Merrill
(i) Julius Austin, b Nov. 6, 1853.
(ii) Pamelia Abbie, b Oct. 8, 1861, d 1908; m Jones.
Children of Pamelia Abbie Jones
a - Daughter, b - Daughter, c - Son.
(iii) Fred, b 1865.
Children of Fred Merrill
a - Louanne, b 1896.
b - Chester, b 1906.
(c) Mary Austin, b 1832.
VII-246 Maryette, b Waterfield, Vermont, Apr. 8, 1813, d Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Dec. 28, 1901; m 1st Buchannan, m 2nd William Wheeler. Residence Wisconsin. She had one daughter, Mary.
VII-247 Prudence, b Aug. 28, 1815, d July 24, 1820.
VII-248 Lucia, b July 31, 1817; m Usual Young.
Children of Lucia Young
(b) Caroline, m Wheeler. Residence Poynette, Wis.
VII-249 Jeanette, b Aug. 25, 1821, d Mar. 25, 1823.
VII-250 Jeanette J., b Mar. 6, 1823, m Harvey Allen. Lived in Wisconsin.
Children of Jeanette Allen
VII-251 Wilber F., b Mar. 19, 1825. Lived in Wisconsin.
OLIVER WORCESTER (Samuel5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, July, 1772, d Dunstable, Mass., Dec., 1843; m Polly Maxfield, Boston, Mass. Residence Groton and Dunstable, Mass.
Children of Oliver Worcester
VII-253 George, d May 13, 1832.
JONATHAN WORCESTER (Samuel5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, May 04, 1776; m Feb. 3, 1800, Esther Tenney, b Oct. 12, 1780. Residence West Windsor, Vt. Yeoman.
Children of Jonathan Worcester
VII-255 Harriet, b July 20, 1801; m Franklin Bannister,
VII-257 Mary, b Aug. 27, 1805; m Almond Whiting. Residence Claremont, N.H.
VII-259 Marsina Bannister.
VII-260 Almira, b Feb. 9, 1812, m Spalding, Windsor, Vt.
VII-261 Emeline, b Mar. 16, 1814; m Woodward.
VII-262 Mahala A., b June 21, 1816, d 1845; m Seymour Chilson, Windsor, Vt.
VII-263 Louisa E., b June 9, 1819; m M. H. Rowe. Residence Sycamore, Ill.
VII-264 William W., b Apr. 9, 1891, m M. H. Rowe. Residence Sycamore, Ill.
VII-265 Laurinda D., b Dec. 4, 1823, m Simeon Chilson. Residence, Chicago, Ill.
BENJAMIN WORCESTER (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Weathersfield, Nov. 06, 1783, d Apr. 14, 1849, m Ticonderoga, N.Y., Martha Lane, b Sept. 15, 1788, d Harlem, Ill., Nov. 5,1862. Residence Weatherfield, Vt., and Crown Point, N.Y.
Children of Benjamin Worcester
VII-266 Diantha, b Dec. 24, 1811; m Schroon Lake, N.Y.,
Sept. 2, 1832, Levi Pangborn. Removed to Illinois in 1848, thence to Cedar Rapids, Iowa in
1854, thence to Benton Co., Iowa. Residence Shellsburg, Ia. 13 children.
VII-267 John, b Jan. 17, 1813; m Hester . Residence Corsica, Oh.
VII-268 Seneca Winslow.
VII-269 Horace Wesley.
VII-270 Levi B.
VII-271 Dennis Warner.
VII-272 William Kirby, b Aug. 5, 1825.
VII-273 Elizabeth, b Nov. 30, 1827; m Chapman.
VII-274 Leverett Downs.
SAMUEL PARKER WORCESTER (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Weathersfield, Vt., Jan. 02, 1785, d Aug. 17, 1855 in Pittsfield Twp., Lorain Co., Oh.; m Feb. 2, 1811 in Weathersfield, Vt., Mary Polly, dau of John and Lucia (Bradford) McRoberts, b Jul. 24, 1790, Springfield, Vt., d Pittsfield, Apr. 30, 1877. Mary Polly was one of ten children. Her father served in the Revolution. Through her mother's family, she was descended from several of the Mayflower Pilgrims. Residence in Weathersfiled, Vt. (about 1811-14); then Sudbury, Vt., until winter of 1825-26, when upon hearing about Ohio's farm lands, they set out for Lorain Co. While attempting to cross the ice of Lake Champlain, however, their bobsled and horses suddenly fell through losing all their belongings. They were rescued by soldiers from nearby Ft. Ticonderoga, N.Y. In about 1832, the family left Ticonderoga to relocate in Hollis, N.H.; and about 1835, returned to Sudbury, Vt. It wasn't until June, 1845 that Polly's family joined her and Samuel in the long awaited move to Ohio. A son, Benjamin, preceded his parents to Lorain county, settling in Oberlin. They had 14 children, at least 80 grandchildren, and about 150-160 great-grandchildren. Their descendants annually gather in Pittsfield Twp. for a family reunion. They and many of their descendants are buried in the old Pittsfield cemetery.
Children of Samuel Worcester
VII-275 Joseph W. (Wood?).
VII-276 Mary Ann, b Weatherfield, Vt., May 2, 1813, d Vermontville, Mich., Feb. 1, 1889 (consumption); m Sudbury, Vt., Feb. 16, 1842, Martin W. son of Uriah and Polly Dikeman, b Vermont, ca. 1814, d Vermontville, Mich., Feb. 1, 1889. Residence in Michigan.
Children of Mary Ann Dikeman
(a) Mahala Ann, b 1840,d 1858.
(b) Electa, b Pittsfield, Oh., ca. 1843, d Vermontville, Mich., Aug. 10, 1882; m Edgar son of Ropha and Elizabeth (Fulton) Rawson, b Pittsfield, Oh., Jan. 1, 1838, d Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 10, 1910.
Children of Electa Rawson
(i) William R., b Michigan, Oct., 1860, d Birmingham, Ala., 1921; m1st Nora Gregory, d Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 25, 1970; m2d Lensta ____, b Ga., Nov. 1860. Furniture store owner with brother Andrew.
Children of William R. Rawson
(A) Edgar, b Feb. 1887, Georgia, d Birmingham, Ala.
(B) Allie, b Georgia, Sept. 1893; m Sam Jones
Children of Allie Jones
(1) Sam, Jr.
(C) James A., b Aug. 1895; m Stella ____.
Children of James Rawson
(1) Martha; m ____ Bivens.
Children of Martha Bivens
(D) William Fletcher, b Anniston, Ala., Mar. 8, 1899, d Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 12, 1962; m Birmingham, Ala., Mar. 7, 1922, Sarah Erminedau John and Martha (Frazier) Kitchens, b Hartselle, Ala., Aug. 28, 1899, d Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 7, 1960. He was a readio salesman and repairman.
Children of William FLetcher Rawson
(1) William Mowery; m Eunice Leone dau of Leo and Courtney (Board) Falls.
Children of William MoweryRawson
(I) William Mark.
(II) Donald Edward.
(ii) Gertie Ann, b Wellington, Oh., Oct. 2, 1864, d Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 26, 1957; m Vermontville, Mich., Dec. 8, 1883, Don J. Hawkins, b Vermontville, Mich., Dec. 9, 1859, d Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 8, 1927. He was a wagon maker and wheelwright.
Children of Gertie Ann Hawkins
(A) Alma Electa, b June 15, 1885, d July 11, 1976; m June 15, 1907, Alexander Hamilton Mixon, b Mar. 22, 1887, d Nov. 9, 1936.
Children of Alma Electa Mixon
(1) Cecil, b Mar. 9, 1908, d July 7, 1909.
(2) Albert U; m Dorisa Hayes.
Children of Albert U. Mixon
(3) Alleen; m1st Raymond Herbert Stickler, b Sept. 28, 1920, d Florida, Oct. 31, 1998; m2d Don Buren Cole, b Birmingham, ala., Nov. 21, 1917, d Florida, Dec. 28, 1980.
Children of Alleen Cole
(I) Sylvia, m Michael Eugene Brown, b Tulso, Ok., June 30, 1946, d Tuscaloosa, Ala., Feb. 28, 1978. He served with US Navy in Vietnam.
(II) Don Sherwood.
(B) Bernard E., b Apr. 19, 1889, d July 1, 1914; m May 30, 1914, Vinnie, b Oct. 10, 1883, d Jan. 16, 1943.
(C) Francis Harold, b Vermontville, Mich., Apr. 28, 1891, d Birmingham, Ala., July 31, 1930m m1st Charlevoix, Mich., Mar. 6, 1914, Ethel Mae dau of Alfred and Edna (Newville) Travis, b Boyne City, mich., May 26, 1894, d Traverse City, Mich., June 6, 1961, dementia Praecox (schizophrenia); m2d Dec. 18, 1921, Era Susan Hawkins, b Aug. 3, 1901, d July 30, 1973..
Children of Francis Harold Hawkins by 1st m
(1) Irene Mae, b Nov. 3, 1914, Boyne City, Mich., d May 8, 1993, Birmingham, Ala., heart attack; m Leeds, Ala., Mar. 4, 1939, Audie V. son of Leighton and Sarah (Morrow) Mays, b Hamilton, Ala., Aug. 7, 1917, d Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 18, 1969.
Children of Irene Hawkins Mays
(I) Charles Everette, m Carol Sue Mehnert.
(II) Franklin Oliver, m Teena Ann Denham.
(III) Sarah Ann, m John Martz.
(IV) Harry Travis, m Debra Smith.
(V) Larry Morrow, m1st Debbie O'Berry; m2d Sunny Gayle Snyder.
(VI) Leighton Harold, m Beverly Lann.
(2) Edna, m1st Walter Edward Soulliere, b Nov. 28, 1904, d Jan. 17, 1958; m2d Alfred Otts.
Children of Edna Soulliere
(I) Walter Willima.
(II) James Jerome.
(III) Edna Myra.
(IV) Jullie Ann.
(V) Don Jay.
(VI) Lorretta Annette.
(VII) Jerry Joseph.
(VIII) Eralyne Annette.
(IX) Frances Lorrayne.
(X) Robert Harry.
(3) Emma, b Boyne City, Apr. 7, 1918, d Birmingham, Ala.; m Birmingham, Ala., William Ollie "Buster" Baker, b Mar. 10, 1910, d Birmingham, Ala., May 26, 1990.
Children of Emma Baker
(I) William Ollie.
(II) Gene Cornelia.
(III) Gloria Anne.
(IV) Raymond George.
(V) Faye Elaine.
(VI) Dianna Leigh.
(VII) Helene Eilleen.
(VIII) Barbara Ellen.
(IX) Catherine Magdaline.
Children of Francis Harold Hawkins by 2d m
(4) Verlice, m1st Hershal Nichols; m2d Donovan Max Beadle.
(D) William Ropha, b May 23, 1893.
(E) Carl Dana, b Vermontville, Mich., Jan. 15, 1895; m Adeline M. Holden, b 1902, d 1984.
Children of Carl Dana Hawkins
(1) Hilda Ann; m Clarence Lee Reinhardt, b 1918, d 1994.
(F) Arla Flossie, b Jan. 17, 1897m Irl.
Children of Arla Flossie Irl
(G) Eva May, b Feb. 5, 1901; m John Warlock
Children of Eva May Warlock
(3) Arla May; m James Douglas Howard, b May 24, 1925, d Nov. 2, 1990.
Children of Arla May Howard
(I) Karen Denise; m Christian Yves Agnew.
(II) Larry Duane.
(III) Kurt Brian.
(H) George Rawson, b Vermontville, Mich., Feb. 22, 1903; m Louise Bean.
(iii) Andrew E., d Michigan; m Sussie Olivet Mixon, b Gadsen, Ala., d Birmingham, Ala., 1922.
Children of Andrew E. Rawson
(A) Irma, b Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 20, 1902, d Panama City, Fla., Dec. 1, 1986; m Birmingham, ala., June 3, 1920, Howard Meek son of William and Fannie (Meek) Parson, b Carrloton, Ill., June 9, 1898, d Birmingham, ala., July 11, 1972..
Children of Irma Parson
(1) Howard Wayne; m Marjorie Carolyn McDonald.
Children of Howard Wayne Parson
(I) David Wayne; m1st Shelley Kay Brown; m2d Cindy Guthrie.
(II) Ronald Steve, m Karen Marie Haas.
(III) Howard Edward, m Virginia Ann Stewart.
(IV) Janice Gayle, m Joseph Bottles.
(2) Irma Constance; m1st Esmer E. Hutcheson; m2d Charles N. son of Charles and Pauline (Carter) Boyd, b Birmingham, Ala., June 16, 1922, d Birmingham, Ala., Apr. 26, 1983.
Children of Irma Constance Boyd
(I) Charlie N.
(II) Earl Garrison, b Birmingham, ala., Aug. 26, 1947, d Birm,ingham, Ala., Mar. 29, 1956.
(III) Son, b and d, Jan. 6, 1956.
(IV) Connie Ann.
(V) Cindy Lynn; m Larry Bridges.
(B) Mildred, b Birmingham, ala., Nov. 4, 1909, d Leeds, Ala., July 1983; m Cleo McClain.
Children of Mildred McClain
(2) Barbara; m1st Bill Sisson; m2d Gene Herring; m3d Bill Anderson.
Children of Barbara Sisson
Children of Barbara Herring
(II) Eugene "Skipper".
(c) Nancy, b about 1846; m ____ Campbell. Residence in Vermontville, Michigan.
(d) Ann, b about 1848; m 1873, Thomas Campbell. Residence in Michigan.
Children of Ann Campbell
(i) Hollis W., residence in Glenville, Oh.
(e) Maryetta, b 1851.
(f) Alzina, b 1854; m 1873, Franklin D. Metcalf, b 1851, d 1877.
Children of Alzina Metcalf
(i) Flora Alvira "Vira" Metcalf Hill.
(g) Hollis, b July 18, 1856, d Vermontville, Mich., Sept. 28, 1934; m Vermontville, Mich., Oct. 18, 1879, Mary Ann Green, b Eaton Co., Mich., 1862, d Vermontville, Mich., 1944. Residence in Sunfield, Mich.
Children of Hollis Dikeman
(i) Zella Maude, b Oct. 29, 1880; m William Pearl Rogers. Residence, Vermontville, Mich. They had eight children..
(ii) Myron J. Dikeman, July, 1882.
(iii) Murl E., b 1889.
(iv) Frank N., b 1898.
VII-277 Benjamin Franklin.
VII-278 Jane Elizabeth, b 1817, d 1898; m 1840, Gardner Sherburne, b 1811, d 1867. Residence in Pittsfield Twp.
Children of Jane Elizabeth Sherburne
(a) Benjamin Franklin, b 1841. Doctor in Kansas.
(b) Sarah Jane, b 1843, d 1870. Did not marry.
(c) Charles H., b 1845, d 1864 in the Civil War.
(d) Arthur M. (McRoberts?), b 1847, d 1897; m Ada Whitney, b 1853, d 1947.
Children of Arthur M. Sherburne
(i) Cora A. Sherburne Avery.
(ii) Alice Sherburne West.
(e) Eliza A., b 1850, d about 1895; m 1873, Daniel M. Calvert, a dentist in South Bend, Ind.
(f) Marshall, b 1852; m about 1875, Elizabeth ("Lizzie") ____, b 1855.
Children of Marshall Sherburne
(i) Lona A.
(ii) Gertrude J.
(g) William ("Will") A., b 1856, d 1939; m about 1929, Lois Sax, b 1857, d 1929. Dentist in Wellington.
Children of William Sherburne
(i) Jennie R.
(ii) Gardner W. (William?).
VII-280 Cynthia Adaline, b Rutland, Vt., 1821, d Pittsfield, Oh., 1896; m 1st 1843, Jewett Clark, b 1816, d 1863 in the Civil War; m 2nd 1876, (as his second wife), Stephen Carter, b 1821, d 1897.
Children of Cynthia Adaline and Jewett Clark
(a) George Washington, b 1844, d 1924; m Lenora Jane Beam. Residence in Dunlap, Kansas.
Children of George Washington Clark
(i) Maud L. Clark Moser.
(ii) Roscoe B.
(iii) Frank W.
(iv) Lena A.
(vi) Ida O. Clark Boudeman.
(vii) Peter J.
(viii) Anna E. Clark Hylton.
(b) John S., b 1845, d 1864 in the Civil War.
(c) Mary Lois, b 1847, d 1926; m 1870, Edgar Lester Tucker, b 1846, d 1913. Residence in Huron Co., Oh.
Children of Mary Lois Tucker
(i) Apamie F. Tucker Palmer.
(ii) Clayton E.
(iii) Clifton D.
(vii) Clark C.
(d) Julia Louisa, b 1849, d 1938; m Payson Fernando Stone, b 1849, d 1928. Residence in Huron Co., Oh.
Children of Julia Louisa Stone
(i) Roy E.
(ii) Onie M. Stone Russell.
(iii) Leon B.
(e) Andrew Jackson, b 1853, d 1937; m 1878, Evelyn Theresa "Eva" Freeman, b 1853, d 1916. Residence New London, Oh. area.
Children of Andrew Jackson Clark
(i) Elver J.
(ii) Edna E. Clark Willaker.
(iii) George H.
(f) Ida Jane, b 1855, d 1918; m James Luther Edmunds. Residence in Lorain, Oh.
Children of Ida Jane Edmunds
(i) Herbert O.
(ii) Ruby E.
(g) Stephen A. Douglas "Doug", b 1860, d 1935. Never married.
(h) Wallace Jewett, b 1862, d 1949; m Frances Viola Burgan, b about 1865, d 1932. Residence in Cleveland.
Children of Wallace Jewett Burgan
(i) Floy J.
(ii) Pearl D. "Dottie".
(iii) Duard H.
(iv) Frances M. "Frankie" Clark Scard Cherry.
(v) Earl W.
(vii) Theron S.
VII-282 Lucille, b Sudbury, Vt., 1825, d 1825.
VII-283 James McRoberts.
VII-284 Emerson Gerry.
VII-285 Nancy Elizabeth, b Apr. 12, 1831, d Elyria, Oh., 1925; m 1858 (as his second wife), Stephen Smith, b 1827, d 1899. Residence in Elyria, Oh.
Children of Nancy Elizabeth Smith
(a) Elma, b 1859, d 1882.
(b) Effie E., b 1862, d 1952.
(c) Elmer, b 1866, d 1888.
(d) Earl Emerson, b 1869, d 1959; m about 1910, Estella May "Stella" Phipps, b 1881, d 1951. Residence in Elyria, Oh.
Children of Earl Emerson Phipps
(i) Gertrude I. Smith Judy.
(ii) Earl E. "Bud", Jr.
VII-286 Louisa May, b Aug. 4, 1833; m 1861, Henry C. Luther, b 1831, d 1904. Residence in Oberlin, Oh.
Children of Louisa May Luther
(a) Elizabeth M., b 1861.
(b) George, b 1867.
(c) Charles, b 1872; m Gertrude , b 1873.
VII-287 Roxa Ann "Roxy", b 1835, d 1925; m 1872, Samuel Ackelson, b 1827, d 1891. He was a doctor in Oberlin, Oh.
Children of Roxa Ann Ackelson
(a) Harold S., b 1880, d 1924.
VII-288 Henry Edwin.
EUSEBIUS WORCESTER (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Weathersfield, Aug. 20, 1794; m Sept. 24, 1818, Unity Jackman, b Aug., 1798. Residence Rochester, Vt. Yeoman.
Children of Eusebius Worcester
VII-289 Rebecca A., b June 17, 1819; m
VII-290 Abigail S., b Mar. 10, 1821; m Horace Russell.
VII-291 Lucy E., b May 7, 1824; m David Rogers.
VII-292 Emily, b Aug. 14, 1828.
VII-293 Olive M., b Apr. 28, 1832; m W. Chaffin.
VII-294 Alonzo H., b Feb. 19, 1837. Residence Rochester, Vt.
VII-295 Eliza J., b Aug. 3, 1840.
BENJAMIN WORCESTER (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, Mass., Dec. 01, 1817; m Dec. 1, 1817, Azubah Hoit. Lived in Dunstable and Tyngsboro, Mass., afterwards in Groton.
Children of Benjamin Worcester
VII-296 Azubah, b July 25, 1818.
VII-297 Hannah, b Aug. 6, 1820.
VII-298 Nathaniel William, b Sept. 4, 1827.
VII-299 Benjamin Franklin, b Dunstable, Mass., Dec. 3, 1829. Married Rebecca, dau Asa Worcester, Groton, Mass.
VII-300 John Edwin, b May 25, 1832.
VII-301 Fanny Frost.
JOB WORCESTER (Francis5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, Mass.; m Sally Wright. Residence Groton.
Children of Job Worcester
VII-302 Sally, b Mar. 1, 1826; m
Joseph Hall, Groton.
VII-303 Caroline, b Aug. 31, 1827; m ____ Wood, Harvard, Mass.
ASA WORCESTER (Francis5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Groton, Mass.; m Feb. 10, 1821, Eunice Bentrodt. Residence Groton, Mass.
Children of Asa Worcester
VII-304 Job; m __ Converse. Residence
VII-306 Louisa; m Lafayette Blood, Groton.
VII-309 Rebecca; m Benjamin F. Worcester.
LEVI WORSTER (Francis5, Benjamin4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Littleton, Mass, May 01, 1763, d Grafton, Vt., Dec. 31, 1825; m July 7, 1785, Sarah dau James Whitney, Harvard, Mass., d 1837. Residence Littleton, Acton, and Ashby, Mass., until 1815; 1815-1825 Grafton, Vt. Yeoman.
Children of Levi Worcester
VII-310 Polly, b Feb. 2, 1786; m June 30, 1807, Asa
VII-311 Adams, b 1788, d Grafton, Vt.
VII-312 Ai Brown.
VII-313 Reuben, b Littleton, Mass., 1793, d Ashby, Sept. 12, 1819; m Aug. 26, 1819, Eunice Gibson of Fitchburg, b Apr. 6, 1800. Lived in Littleton, Acton and Ashby.
VII-314 Candisa, b 1795, d Grafton, Vt.
VII-316 Gardner, b 1800, d Ashley, Mass.
VII-317 Lewis W., b 1802, d Saco, Me.
VII-318 James K., b 1805, d Westminster, Mass.
VII-319 Harriet, b 1809, Ashby, Mass.
VII-320 George Minot, b Ashby, Feb. 22, 1814; m Oct. 16, 1851, Susan S., dau Jonas Trowbridge, of Groton and Ashby, b July 28, 1818. Residence Ashby. Machinist.
JOSEPH WORSTER (Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Littleton, Mass, Aug. 25, 1767, d Ashby, Mass., 1830; m Jan. 4, 1791, Nancy Tuttle, Littleton, b Dec. 7, 1770. Yeoman.
Children of Joseph Worster
VII-321 Daniel, b May, 1791, d Dec. 13, 1848.
BRIDGES WORCESTER (Joseph5, Joseph4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Littleton, Mass, Nov. 23, 1773, d Aug. 11, 1843; m Mar. 4, 1798, Lucy Boyden, who d Sept. 17, 1833. Lived in Littleton and other places.
Children of Bridges Worcester
VII-322 Sewall, b 1799.
VII-323 Mary, b Jan. 12, 1801, d Feb. 3, 1852; m Jan. 20, 1820, James Hadley, Stoneham, Mass.
Children of Mary Hadley
(a) Ephraim W., b Oct. 13,1821.
(b) Lucy M., b Feb. 10, 1827.
(c) Desirous, b Feb. 10, 1827.
(d) Hannah, b June 28, 1831.
(e) Amos, b Dec. 26, 1833.
(f) Margaret, b Oct. 9, 1836.
(g) William, b Aug. 26,1839.
(h) Franklin, b May 31, 1842, d 1843.
VII-325 Louisa, b Oct. 17, 1808, d young.
VII-326 Ephraim, b Mar. 20, 1812, d young.
VII-327 Lucy Ann, b Feb. 16, 1817; m ____ Rockwell.
VII-328 Louisa M., b Dec. 13, 1820; m ____ Richardson.
JONATHAN WORSTER (Moses5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Harvard, Mass., d Crown Point, N.Y.; m Feb. 5, 1798, Mary Hayward Whitney, b Harvard, Mass., Mar. 9, 1777, d Crown Point, N.Y.
Children of Jonathan Worster
VII-329 Rebecca Houghton, b Wendell (now Sunapee), N. H., July 5, 1816, d Sutton, N.H., July 29, 1853; m Crown Point, N.Y., Jan. 20, 1834, Phineas Bachelder Bean, b Newbury, N.H., Aug. 10, 1810, d Suttone, N.H., Dec. 11, 1880.
Children of Rebecca Houghton Bean
(a) James William, b Newbury, N.H., Oct. 13, 1834; m Sutton, N.H., Aug. 6, 1866, Ellen Frances Hardy, b Bedford, N.H., Mar. 4, 1845.
Children of James William Bean
(i) Sarah Estella, b Dedham, Mass., Aug. 21, 1867, d Kansas City, Mo., Sept., 1911; m N.Y. City, Mar. 16, 1907, Homer Cutler Crowell, M.D., surgeon in Kansas City, Mo.
(ii) Dora Jane.
All died in childhood.
(b) Sarah Jane, b Newbury, N.H., Apr. 6, 1836; m George Wadleigh Russell, Suttoon, N.H. He was killed in the battle of Antietam.
Children of Sarah Jane Russell
(i) William Bartlett, M.D., Bennington, N.H.
(ii) Grace Ada, m 1st Frank Selwyn Jordan, Warner, N.H., m 2nd Stillman B. Clark.
Children of Grace Ada Clark
a - George Selwyn, veterinary surgeon. Residence Williamstown, Mass. Two children.
b - Fred.
c - Alice.
d - Hattie Russell, m Mar., 1912, Carroll Melville Sawtelle. Residence Canaan, N.H.
e - William Tenney, Kansas City, Mo.
f - Robert.
g - Stillman B., Jr.
h - Arthur George.
(iii) Frederic, d in infancy.
(c) Elizabeth Ann, b Newbury, N.H., Mar. 23, 1839; m Bartlett Hugh Hardy, Manchester, N.H.
Children of Elizabeth Ann Hardy
(i) Lucy J. Clinton.
(ii) Ellen Frances, b Bedford, N.H.
(d) Lucy Emeline, b Crown Point, N.Y., Dec. 11, 1843; m Dec. 17, 1863, Eugene Sumner Barnes, Claremont, N.H. Insurance business.
Children of Lucy Emeline Barnes
(i) Fred Eugene Sumner, b Oct. 10, 1864; m Nov. 2, 1888, Ellen Elizabeth Macomber, Claremont, N.H. She d Apr. 26, 1910. Grad. Eastman's Coll., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Representative to the General Court at Concord, N.H., 1913. Livedon the Barnes homestead, which has been in the family for four generations. Business, insurance.
EBENEZER WORSTER (Ebenezer5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Bolton, Worcester Co., Mass., May 10, 1779, d Ripley, NY, Chautaugua Co., New York, Mar. 1852; m Anna Sayles, dau of Ezekiel Sayles and Sara Rice, b Bolton, Mass., 21 Aug. 1785, d Ripley, NY, Mar. 1880. He is buried at Stateline Cemetery, Ripley, NY, Chautauqua Co., New York.
Children of Ebenezer Worster
VII-330 Alitha, May 9. 1812; d Pottawatomie
Co., Iowa; m Lewis Reynolds, b Chatauqua, NY,, d Pottawatomie, NY.
VII-332 David Sayles.
VII-333 George b Feb. 8, 1807.
VII-334 William, b Feb. 18, 1816.
VII-335 Hiram, b Ripley, New York, Dec. 27, 1804, m Catherine Thorpe.
VII-336 Amanda, b Cayuga, Jul. 21, 1809.
SAMUEL WORCESTER (Moses5, Jonathan4, Ebenezer3, Samuel2, William1) b Lancaster, Mass, May 12, 1797, d Lancaster, Dec. 18, 1859; m1st July 2, 1815, Rebecca Franklin; m2d July 14, 1847, Ann Nutting, Groton, Mass., who died Dec. 20, 1895.
Children of Samuel Worcester by first m
VII-338 Mary, d Oct. 14, 1816.
VII-339 Elizabeth, b Nov. 20, 1816, d June 20, 1818.
VII-340 Harriet, b Sept. 3, 1818; m Lowell Hartwell, Groton, Mass., Sept. 21, 1835.
VII-341 Infant, b Dec. 12, 1825, d Mar. 12, 1826.
VII-342 Daughter, b June 19, 1829, d June 19, 1832.
Children of Samuel Worcester by second m
VII-343 Samuel Franklin, b Sept. 20, 1848, d July 17,
VII-344 Charles Reed.
VII-345 Lucinda Bishop, b 1857; m Feb. 6, 1876, Charles Newton Bushnell, Chester, Conn.
Children of Lucinda Bishop Bushnell
(a) Edward, b May 27, 1877, d Aug. 19, 1877.
(b) Jennie Matilda, b June 9, 1878.
(c) Minnie Lucinda, b July 26, 1881.
MOSES REMICK WORSTER (John5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) bpt., Berwick, Me., May 11, 1773, d Nov. 13, 1845; m Sept. 4, 1799, Lydia Hodgdon, d Berwick, Me., Feb. 13, 1868 (Pine Hill Cemetery, Berwick).
Children of Moses Remick Worster
VII-346 David A., d Apr. 16, 1897.
VII-347 Ichabod, b Jan. 7, 1802.
VII-348 Sarah, b Jan 7, 1802.
VII-349 John, b Nov. 13, 1806.
VII-350 Molly Gowell, b Nov. 13, 1806.
VII-351 Dorcas Hodgdon, b c1812, d Mar. 11, 1830.
VII-352 Parker, b Sept. 25, 1814.
VII-353 Moses, b 1816, d Aug, 28, 1860; m Mary Hodgson.
VII-354 Reubern, b 1822, d Jan. 2, 1826.
EZEKIEL WORSTER (George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Somersworth, N.H., Sept. 4, 1768, d Lebanon, Me., Nov. 15, 1841; m Lebanon, Me., July 3, 1795, Ann Pray, d Lebanon, Nov. 13, 1831. Residence, Somersworth and Shapleigh, Me.
Children of Ezekiel Worster
VII-355 Thomas, b Apr. 23, 1798, d Apr. 23, 1841; m
Oct. 1, 1820, Ruth Dickson. Residence Shapleigh, Me.
VII-356 Elizabeth, b Feb. 15, 1799; m Sept. 14, 1834, Levi Bragdon, Shapleigh, Me.
VII-358 Lemuel, b 1802, d 1802.
VII-359 Mary, b Mar. 10, 1805; m Thomas J. Brown. Residence Gaysville, Vt.
Children of Mary Brown
VII-360 Woodbury, b July 16, 1807, d Dec. 23, 1831.
VII-361 Margery, b Aug. 7, 1809, d Aug. 12, 1835.
VII-362 Nancy, b May 18, 1811; m Samuel Twombley, Great Falls, N.H.
Children of Nancy Twombley
VII-363 Apphia, b Oct. 11, 1813; m Theodore J. Rand, Weymouth, Mass.
Children of Apphia Rand
(a) James W.
(b) George T.
VII-364 Adaline, b Nov. 29, 1815. Residence Shapleigh,
VII-365 George, b Nov. 20, 1819; m M.D. Evans, Weymouth, Mass.
MARK WORCESTER (George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Jan. 7, 1770, d Sept. 8, 1842; m Berwick., Me., Apr. 29, 1798, Dorcas Gowall, b 1773, d May 24, 1834. Residence Berwick, Me.
Children of Mark Worcester
VII-367 Harriet, b Berwick, Me., May 22, 1803; m Aug. 17, 1823, Phineas Butler, Augusta, Georgia.
VII-369 Jefferson, b Aug. 9, 1812, d June 3, 1888. Residence Berwick, Me.
THOMAS WORCESTER (George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Aug. 17, 1773, bpt. July 2, 1782, Second Church of Berwick, d Gorham, Me., Mar. 14, 1845; m Sept. 11, 1800, Susan Edwards, b Apr. 22, 1782, d Sept. 15, 1874. Residence Gorham, Me. Yeoman.
Children of Thomas Worcester
VII-371 Betsey, b Oct. 20, 1800; m Jan. 14, 1819,
VII-373 Louisa, b Cumberland, Me., Nov. 20, 1804, d Apr. 17, 1885; m June 3, 1825, John M. Parker, d July 31, 1873.
Children of Louisa and John D. Parker
(a) George W., b Mar. 22, 1826.
(b) Mary A., b Oct. 28, 1827.
(c) Harriet S., b Oct. 25, 1829.
(d) Elizabeth B., b Aug. 26, 1831.
(e) Gardner M., b Sept. 26, 1833.
(f) Charles L., b Aug. 12, 1836.
(g) Martha L., b July 21, 1838.
(h) John M., b Mar. 4, 1842.
(i) Mahlon H., b Feb 12, 1843, d May 31, 1863.
(j) Almira E., b June 24, 1845.
VII-374 James L., b Aug. 22, 1807, d July 31, 1845.
VII-376 Lathrop L., b Apr. 15, 1812.
VII-377 Martha Ann, b Cumberland, Me., Sept. 9, 1819, d Jan. 19, 1901; m Dec. 8, 1850, John Horton Roberts, b Jan. 21, 1818. John began military service in 1862 in 17th Me. Co 1. Died in Washington, DC on Sept 15, 1864, from wounds received at Spotsylvania.
Children of Martha Ann and John Horton Roberts
ALEXANDER WORSTER (George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Feb. 11, 1776, d Lebanon, Me., Dec. 14, 1849; m1st Jan. 25, 1796, Mollie Libbey, b July 9, 1775, d Lebanon, Oct. 13, 1832; m2d Lebanon, Me., Oct. 25, 1836, Mrs. Avia Remick, d Lebanon, Me., 1850. He was a major in the militia and a man of standing and influence in the community. Served in War of 1812. 1st Lieut. in Capt. Bartholomew Thompson's Co., 1st Reg't., "Nowells" Mass., Militia. Also Major. Residence Lebanon, Me. Farmer.
Children of Alexander Worster by 1st m
VII-379 Hiram E., b Lebanon, Me., 1798. Family traditions say he was killed at battle of Lake Erie, or Lake Champlain.
VII-380 Margaret, b Lebanon, Dec. 1,1799, d Detroit, Me., Sept. 14, 1840; m Wentworth Butler, b Jan. 31, 1790, Palmyra, Me., Aug. 9, 1863. Residence Detroit, Me. Farmer.
Children of Margaret Butler
(a) Mary A., b July 31, 1824, d Dec. 5, 1864; m Alexander Goodwin. Residence Detroit, Me.
(b) Harriet M., b Oct. 23, 1826, d Jan. 12, 1901; m John Sanbern. Residence Palmyra, Me.
(c) Thomas J., b Aug. 22, 1828, d Apr. 3, 1903; m Abbie Goodwin. Residence Detroit, Me. Carpenter.
(d) Belle H., b Oct. 9, 1834; m Charles H. Smith.
(e) Melinda F., b June 7, 1837, d Feb. 17, 1909; m Phineas Goodwin. Residence Burnham, Me. Carpenter.
VII-381 Sally, b Lebanon, Me., June 21, 1801, d Detroit, Me.; m 1822, Elisha Goodwin. Residence Detroit, Me.
Children of Sally Goodwin
(a) Thomas Jefferson.
(b) Alexander W.
(h) Abigail W.
VII-383 Susan, b Lebanon, Oct. 22, 1805, d young.
VII-385 Mary, b Lebanon, Jan. 9, 1816, d Bradford, Me., Jan. 26, 1892; m Mar. 12,1837, Isaac Libby. Residence Bradford, Me.
Children of Mary Libby
(a) Daniel, b Sept. 27, 1839; m Sept. 24, 1860, Augusta M. Randall. Killed by torpedo in Civil War. Residence Bradford Center, Me.
(b) Elizabeth, b Jan. 27, 1841; m1st May 1, 1859, Octavius Severance; m2d Nov. 28, 1867, Asa W. Severance . Residence Bradford Center, Me.
(c) Hebron, b Apr. 17, 1845, d Corinth, Me., Feb. 23, 1868; m May 1, 1867, Alsada T. Rose. Residence Corinth, Me. Farmer.
Children of Alexander Worster by 2d m
VII-383a George Washington, b Nov. 1, 1834.
JOHN WORSTER (George5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., May 19, 1784; m Mar. 7, 1813, Hannah Gowall, b Dec. 8, 1792, d Berwick, Me., Apr. 13, 1883. Residence Berwick, Me. Yeoman.
Children of John Worster
VII-388 Nancy, b Berwick, Me., May 11, 1819.
VII-391 Adaline, b Berwick, Me., July 31, 1828.
VII-392 Harriet, b Feb. 19, 1831, d Aug. 28, 1848.
ISAAC WORCESTER (Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Apr. 11, 1772, d Milton, Me., Mar. 11, 1838; m Berwick, Me., Tamson Frost. Residence Milton, N.H.
Children of Isaac Worcester
VII-393 Dorcas, b Aug. 22, 1797; m Ezekiel Nute,
Milton, b Aug. 22, 1797. Four Children.
VII-394 Mary, b Dec. 24, 1798; m Mordecai Varney. Five children.
VII-398 Sophia, b Sept. 22, 1808, d Dec. 15, 1815.
VII-400 Lewis, b Apr. 4, 1815, d Dec. 18, 1815.
VII-401 Sophia, b July 29, 1817, d June 5, 1886; m Daniel W. Dame. One son.
VII-402 Adaline E., b Milton, NH, Feb. 18, 1822; m Elijah Hanson. One daughter.
LEMUEL WORSTER (Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., 1789, d Belgrade, Me., aft 1850; m Gardiner, Me., Nov. 11, 1815, Nancy Marson, b Dresden, Me., c 1789, d aft 1850.
Children of Lemuel Worster
VII-404 Lucy Ann, b Belgrade, Me., Jan. 29, 1819.
VII-405 Zinri, b Aug. 19, 1820.
VII-407 Mary Jane, b Belgrade, Me., Nov. 18, 1824.
VII-408 George, b Belgrade, Me., June 19, 1826.
VII-409 Stephen, b Belgrade, Me., Mar. 26, 1828.
GEORGE WORSTER (Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me, Jan. 25, d Glenburn, Me., Aug. 16, 1828 (Birch Grove Cemetery); m Oct. 19, 1797, Mercy Tibbetts, b May 1, 1774, d Glenburn, Oct. 19, 1861. Residence Duttton, Me.
Children of George Worster
VII-413 Martha, d Pewauky, Wisc.; m Aaron Clark bef. 1830.
VII-414 George W.
VII-415 Mary, d Willow Creek, Wisc.; m Dulton, Me., Jan. 3, 1832, Nathaniel G. Cate.
VII-416 Isaac Gilman.
VII-417 Thomas Hilliard.
VII-419 Charity G., b Glenburn, Me., Nov. 22, 1814, d Oct. 19, 1900 (Birch Grove Cemetery, Glenburn, Me.); m aft 1838, Greenleaf Staples.
Children of Charity and Greenleaf Staples
(a) Charles F.
(b) Isabela F.
(c) Greenleaf B.
(d) George R.
(f) James F.
(h) Henry J.
VII-420 Mercy, b Glenburn, Me., d Aug. 1823.
JOHN WORSTER (Lemuel5, John4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b Berwick, Me., Jul. 9, 1787, d Belgrade, Me., Mar. 12, 1852; m Betsey Jones. Residence Belgrade, Me. Yeoman.
Children of John Worster
VII-421 Samuel, b Belgrade, Me., Oct. 17, 1815 d
Augusta, Me., June 12, 1914.
VII-422 Mary Ann, b Belgrade, Me., Mar. 4, 1817, d Apr. 12, 1890; m Isaac Weaver, b Mercer, Me., Oct. 16, 1809, d Belgrade, Me., June 14, 1888.
Children of Mary Ann and Isaac Weaver
(a) Isaac, b Sept. 11, 1844, d Sept. 12, 1907.
VII-423 Betsey, b Belgrade, Me., Mar. 7, 1820.
VII-424 John, b Belgrade, Me., Nov. 11, 1821, d Dec. 8, 1826.
VII-425 Isaac J., b Belgrade, Me., Sept. 11, 1824, d June 6, 1908.
VII-426 Hiram, b Belgrade, Me., June 28, 1826, d Feb. 8, 1838.
VII-427 Dorcas, b Belgrade, Me., Mar. 28, 1828, d July 4, 1916; m George W. Knox, d Wash. D.C., Apr. 1894.
VII-428 John, b Belgrade, Me., Apr. 25, 1830, d Sept. 23, 1919.
VII-429 Sarah, b Belgrade, Me., July 23, 1832, d May 23, 1880.
VII-431 Richard, b Belgrade, Me., July 20, 1838, d Aug. 22, 1920.
MOSES WORCESTER (Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b before Feb. 10, 1765, d Columbia, Me., Oct. 13, 1855.; m Columbia, Me., 1791, Hannah Leighton, dau Samuel and Dorcas (Bunker), b Steuben, July 31, 1770, d Columbia, Me., Feb. 23, 1862 (age given as 91 yrs., 6 mos., 23 days). Burial at Epping Cemetery, Columbia, Me. He was often referred to as Deacon Moses.
Children of Moses Worcester, Jr.
VII-432 Mary, (Polly), b Columbia, Me., July 23, 1792, d Addison, Me., Sept. 17, 1887, m 1st May 2, 1812, Abraham, son of Gideon and Susan Ingersoll Rideout Allen; m 2nd Centerville, Me., before 1854, Obediah Allen, bro. of Abraham as his sec. wife.
Children of Mary Worcester and Abraham Allen
(a) Hannah W.
(c) Aaron Worcester.
(d) Mary Jane.
(e) Nancy J.
(f) Theodosia Drisko.
(g) Parmelia Ann.
(h) Juliette E.
VII-433 Jude "Judith" Norand, b Columbia, Me., May 2, 1794, d Columbia, Me., July 9, 1869, m about 1811, Jonathan, son of Jonathan and Eunice Down Dorr, d Columbia, Me., July 22, 1883. He was a laborer in Columbia.
Children of Jude Norand Worcester and Jonathan S. Door, Jr.
(a) Sophronia W., b May 8, 1812, d 1867m 1829, Daniel Low, Jr.
Children of Sphronia W. and Daniel Low, Jr.
(1) Henry R., b 1839, d 1890.
(b) Joseph Pattern, b June 22, 1813, d 1896.
(c) Richard Barfield, b Feb. 25, 1815, d 1910.
(e) Moses Worcester, b Nov. 29, 1816, d c1900.
(f) Eunice Dorr, b May 28, 1818, d 1880; m Samuel Kincaid
Children of Eunice Dorr and Samuel Kincaid.
(1) Georgetta E., b Dece. 3, 1847, d 1924.
(g) Leonard Worcester, b Jan. 19, 1820, d 1884.
(h) William Ingersoll, b Dec. 7, 1821, d 1881.
(i) Sophia Ruggles, b July 14, 1823, d c1910; m 1845, Luther Nathaniel Ingersoll.
(j) Thomas Sinclair, b Nov. 13, 1825, d 1896.
(k) Philander R., b Nov. 26, 1827, d Feb. 4, 1834.
(l) Erastus F., b Mar. 31, 1830, d c1880.
(m) Andrew Jackson, b May 6, 1832, Aug. 7, 1905; m1st Columbia, Me., May 6, 1832, Mellisa A. Merritt; m2d Leitha Jane Norton.
(n) Wilbury J., b Sept. 21, 1834, d July 20, 1854.
(o) Esther A., b Nov.1, 1837, d 1914; m 1854, John McGee, Jr..
VII-436 Esther, b Columbia, Me., May 27, 1800, d Addison, Me., Aug. 6, 1885, m Columbia, Me., Nov. 3, 1819, David, son of Richard Gowell and Susan (Leighton) Merritt, b Addison, Me., Nov. 16, 1792, d Dec. 29, 1876.
Children of Esther Worcester and David Merrit
(b) Jotham L.
(c) Ambrose Coffin.
(d) Darius F.
(e) Jane L.
(f) Ezra S.
VII-437 Hannah, b Columbia, Me., June 24, 1802, d Columbia, June 13, 1880, m 1st Columbia, Oct. 10, 1824, Moses, Jr, son of Moses and Martha (Haycock) Look; m 2nd Columbia, Jan. 8, 1869, Daniel, son of Isaac and Mary (Worcester) Leighton (his third wife.)
Children of Hannah H. Worcester and Moses Look, Jr.
(a) Philena N.
(b) Willima H.
(c) Delana A.
(d) Wooster Moses.
(e) Hannah M.
(g) Shedrick W.
Children of Hannah H. Worcester and Daniel Leighton
(a) Melissa Ann Nash, b 1830, d May 19, 1870.
(b) Fonze Greenhill, b Sept., 18, 1834, d Oct. 3, 1899.
VII-438 Miriam, b Columbia, Me., May, 1804, d Unionville, Me., Apr. 4, 1883, Burial at Unionville Cem., m 1st Nov. 16, 1822, Asa, son of Samuel and Esther (Leighton) Tucker, b Columbia, Me., 1799, d Dec. 10, 1858; m 2nd, Columbia, Me., Oct. 25, 1861, Ebenezer, son of Joseph and Betsey (Jordan) Leighton as his second wife, Cherryfield, Me., Aug. 9, 1801, d Unionville, Me., May 7, 1891 (Unionville Cemetery)..
Children of Miriam Worcester and Asa Tucker
(a) Florinda, b Jonesboro, Me., 1824, d c1865; m Aug. 9, 1845, Ira Barney, b c1813.
Children of Florinda and Ira Barney
(1) Sophia, b 1861, d 1955.
(b) Benjamin N., b 1827, d June 18, 1864.
(c) Infant, b 1828, d c1840.
(d) Esther Jane, b 1830, d c1881; m William Ingersoll Dorr, b Dec. 7, 1821, d Ellsworth, me., 1881. Civil War veteran.
(e) Abraham A., b 1834, d c1878; m Columbia, Me., Mar. 28, 1855, Jerusha L. Grant.
(f) Amos H., b 1839, d Apr. 27, 1863; m Oct. 28, 1860, Sophronia E. Reed, b 1842, d aft. 1869. He served in the Civil War with Co D, 22nd Maine Regt.
(g) Arolean, b cDec. 28, 1849, d Apr. 16, 1872.
VII-439 Deborah, b Apr., 1806, Columbia, Me., d Sept. 7, Newton, Mass., Sept. 7, 1892, m Columbia, Me., Nov. 10, 1822, George Washington Stevens, b 1800, d c1876.
Children of Deborah Worcester and George W. Stevens
(a) Martha L.
(b) Melissa E.
(c) Almira W.
(e) George Washington.
(f) Elery Green.
(g) Susanna A.
(h) Horace M.
VII-440 Abigail C., b Columbia, Me., Mar. 9, 1808, d Addison, Me., July 18, 1901, m Columbia, Me., Oct. 1, 1826, Stillman, son of George and Elizabeth (Stevens) Look, b Addison, Me., 1803, d aft. 1880.
Children of Abigail C. Worcester and Stillman Look
(b) Loraine West.
(c) Delana A.
(d) George E.
(e) Christiana P.
(g) Augustus N.
VII-442 Aaron, b ca. 1813, d young.
VII-443 Louisa, b Columbia, Me., 1816, d after 1881; m 1st int. June 12, 1836, Joshua, son of Adriel and Grace (Hall) Farnsworth, m 2nd July 23, 1846, Joseph Hazzard Root, son of Thomas and Deborah (Tucker) Small, b Lubec, Me., May 9, 1815, d Cherryfield, Me., Aug. 26, 1858; m 3rd int. Apr. 3, 1859, Hiram Lowe, b Apr. 15, 1810, d Columbia, Me., Mar. 22, 1878.
Children of Louisa S. Worcester and Hazard Joseph Root Small
(a) Truman Irons.
(b) Augusta V.
Children of Louisa S. Worcester and Joshua Farnsworth
(c) Arethusa T.
(d) Dean R.
(e) Adariel F.
Notes from the "Machias Union", June 16, 1881: " A family of 12, one died in infancy, 4 died as follows: Mrs. Jonathan Dorr (Judith) at 80; Amos Wooster at 80; Moses Wooster at 66; Hannah Leighton at 78. The living members: Polly Allen age 90; Leonard Wooster age 83; Esther Merrittage 81; Marriam Leighton age 77; Deborah Stevens age 75; Abigail Look age 73; and Louisa Low age 86."
JOHN WORSTER (Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b cMarch 1769, d Columbia, Me., Dec. 26, 1858; m1st Oct. 11, 1818, Mary (Polly), dau Clement and Dorcas (Tucker) Fernald of Gouldsboro, Me., b Gouldsboro, Apr. 5, 1776, d Columbia, c 1818; m2d Gouldsboro, Oct. 11, 1818, Elizabeth Fernald (Mary's sister), b Gouldsboro, Dec. 19, 1785, d Columbia, c1824; m3d Sept. 16, 1825, Mrs. Katherine (Crowley) Tibbetts, widow of Thomas and dau of Jeremiah Crowley, b Cape Elizabeth, 1784, d Columbia, 1860's..
Children of John Worcester by 1st wife
VII-444 Clement Fernald.
VII-445 Son b c1800, d 1810-1819.
VII-446 Son, b c1802, d 1810-1819.
VII-447 Saloma, b 1803, d July 22, 1857; m Dec. 24, 1842, Thomas Foster as his 2d wife.
VII-448 Margaret (Peggy), b 1806, d 1880+; m Aug. 24, 1830, Joseph Tibbetts, b 1809, d Columbia, June 1894.
Children of Margaret Worcester and Joseph Tibbetts
(a) Gerome B.
(b) George Stillman.
(c) Jotham M.
(d) John Worcester, b 1846, d c1907.
VII-449 Eliza Ann "Lizzie", b Addison, Oct. 27, 1808, d 1879; m 1830, Aaron Leighton, b 1804, d 1894.
Children of Eliza Ann Worcester and Aaron Leighton
(a) Mary Emily.
(b) Ealthea A.
(c) James L.
(d) Samantha L.
(e) Hollis J.
(f) Selden B.
VII-450 John, b 1814, d Mar 6, 1864 (age 49 yrs.); m
Columbia, Me., May 3, 1843, Mrs. Irene Young (Ingersoll) Nash. No children. She was born
Columbia, Sept. 22, 1811, d Jan 14, 1891. He served in Aroostook War (Feb.-May 1839).
House carpenter at Columbia (1850-1860).
VII-451 Isaac Case.
Children of John Worcester by 2nd wife
VII-452 Mary, b c1820, d c1840 (age 20)
The census of 1810 shows John Worcester as living in Addison, Me. with 3 sons under 10 and a daughter under 10. He was still living at Addison in 1820 with 3 sons, 2 of them under 10 and 3 daughters under 16 and 1 over 16. This would indicate that 2 sons and a daughter are unaccounted for. The daughter over 16 could be Salome Worster, b about 1803; m Thomas Foster of Centerville, Dec., 1842 and d before 1860. Her age was given as 47 in the 1850 census.
JOSEPH WORCESTER (Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b c1782, d Columbia, Me., before Mar. 11, 1824. On this date, Enoch Low was appointed administrator of his estate. He m Abigail Nash, dau John and Eunice (Merritt), b Addison, Jan. 4, 1787, d Jan. 25, 1872. She married Oct. 21, 1824, Capt. George Look of Addison as his second wife.
Children of Joseph Worcester
VII-453 Martha Parritt "Patty", b Columbia, Me., July 10, 1809; m Dec. 1832, Peter Joseph Look, b Addison, Me., Feb. 24, 1869.
Children of Martha Parritt ans Peter Joseph Look
(a) Elizabeth A.
(c) Joseph W.
(e) Delia A.
(f) Otis Foster.
(g) Ellis W.
(h) Henry M.
(j) Clarence E.
VII-454 Clarissa, b Eastport, Apr. 28, 1811, d West Roxbury, Mass., July 25, 1893; m Mayhew C. Drisko, b c1805, d 1885.
Children of Clarissa and Mathew C. Drisko
(b) Lucy W.
VII-455 Lorraine West, b Columbia, Me., Sept. 9, 1813, d 1893; m 1832, Aaron J. Look, Jr., b Addison, Me., May 22, 1804, d Nov. 25, 1886. He was a sea captain.
Children of Lorraine West and Aaron J. Look Jr.
(b) Philander W.
(c) Moses Wellington.
(d) Susan C.
(e) Warren Jerome.
(f) Lucy Abie.
(g) Elmira Eleanor.
VII-456 William Bingham.
VII-457 Lucy, b 1820, d. 1846; m Oct. 27, 1839, Jason Clapp Drisko as his 1st wife; b Addison, 1815.
Children of Lucy and Jason Clapp Drisko
(a) Harriet R.
(b) Everett W.
ISAAC WORSTER (Moses5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Moses2, William1) b about 1787, d Springfield, 1860; m Columbia, cMar. 1808, Lydia dau of Samuel and Esther Tucker, b Cherryfield, 1785, d Springfield, 1860. Both living in 1850 at Springfield, Me., with Isaac, Jr. They were living at Jonesboro in 1820 and at Cherryfield in 1840. Resided Pleasant River (Addison), Columbia.
Children of Isaac Worster
VII-459 Sarah H., b Columbia, Me., July 27, 1808, d Addison, June 22, 1891; m Apr. 12, 1828, William Gray, Jr. She is buried in Gray Cemertery, Addison, Me.
Children of Sarah H. Worcester and William Gray, Jr.
(a) Jeremiah, b 1830, d July 5, 1864; Columbia, Me., Dec. 25, 1852, Mercy Susan Nash, b Calais, Me., d Mar. 4, 1912. He was a millman and fisherman in the Indian River area in the mid 1800's.
(b) Seward Worcester, b Feb. 18, 1833, d Apr. 30, 1892; m Columbia, Me., Apr. 30, 1892, Mary Merritt Nash, b Calais, Me., Dec. 3, 1829, d Feb. 19, 1910.
(c) Diantha E., b Crowleys Island, Me., Jan. 1835, d 1909; m Samuel Mansur Kelly, b Addison, Me., Mar. 1829, d Addison, Jan. 15, 1903.
(d) George, b 1836, d c1850.
(e) Charles Henry, b 1838, d c1858; m Addison, Me., July 6, 1858, Annie H. Trask.
(f) Ezra C., b Apr. 14, 1841, d May 4, 1903; m Addison, Me., Mar. 23, 1866, Harriet E, Henderson, d Jonesport, Me., Sept. 1836, d Addison, Me., Mar. 11, 1924.
(g) William, b 1843, c1885; m Mar. 31, 1866, Abigail J. Crowley, b 1846, d aft. 1880..
(h) Abraham McKenzie, b 1852, Apr. 12, 1881; m Dec. 2, 1871, Julia A. Crowley, b 1852, d aft. 1876.
VII-460 Seward Bucknam.
VII-461 Susanna Joy "Susan", b Cherryfield, Apr. 20, 1814, d Springfield, June 18, 1896; m Columbia, Me., Dec. 31, 1831, Ichabod Willey Downs, b Steuben, Oct. 12, 1805, d Webster Plant, Dec. 1, 1898. She is buried in Tucker Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Me. Residence Cherryfield and Springfield, Me.
Children of Susanna Joy Worcester and Ichabod Willey Downs
(a) Mary Ann., b Oct. 18, 1833, d Mar. 6, 1908; m Seward Tucker, b Crowleys Island, Me., 1830, d of wounds in June 30, 1864 in Civil War. Served as pvt. in Co H, 1st Maine Heavy Artl. Rgt. Also, pvt. in Co. H, 1st Maine Heavy Arty. Rgt.
(b) Sarah Elizabeth, b 1835, d 1928.
(c) Maria, b Sept. 24, 1839; m Joseph Cole, b Greenwood, Me., June 7, 1833, d Apr. 21, 1917.
Children of Maria and Joseph Cole
(1) Benjamin B., b Jan. 1860.
(2) Charles Downs, b Webster Plantation, Me., Sept. 27, 1861, d Apr. 13, 1940; m Springfield, Me., Mar. 6, 1886, Dorothy Ann Bowker.
Children of Charles Downs Cole and Dorothy Ann Bowker
(A) Walter Harrison, b May 4, 1889, d Nov. 22, 1950.
(B) Asa Fay, b Jan. 2, 1894, d June 24, 1895.
(C) Cecil Ray, b May 23, 1896, d July 24, 1918.
(D) Louis Blake, b Jan. 8, 1899, d Apr. 21, 1958.
(E) Corris Leone, b JAn. 8, 1899, d Apr. 21, 1958.
(F) Wilber Allen, b Sept. 12, 1905, d Feb. 8, 1962.
(G) Robert Ernest, b Mar. 10, 1910, d Oct. 5, 1977.
(H) Lola Blanche, b Aug. 25, 1911, d Feb. 16, 1978.
(3) Mary E., b Apr. 18, 1864.
(4) Aribell Abiah, b Jan. 15, 1867.
(5) Josiah W., b Jan. 9, 1870.
(6) Helen Maria, b Aug. 1, 1873.
(7) Freeman D., b 1875.
(8) Danvil, b Jan. 18, 1878, d June 9, 1941.
(9) Abbie Jane, b Aug. 6, 1880, d July 22, 1957.
(d) Charles, b 1843, d 1919.
(e) Clarissa, b Apr. 1845, d c1900; m Greenwood, Me., Feb. 9, 1836, Hanson P. Cole.
(f) Joseph, b c1847, d New Orleans, La., Jun. 30, 1865. Enl;isted as a Private on JAnuary 26, 1864 at teh age of 19 in COmpany D, 30th Infantry Regiment, Maine.
(g) Ebenezer, b Sep. 15, 1849, d Hale Farm, Lee, Maine, Jun. 6, 1930; m Springfield, Me., Aug. 6, 1871, Georgiana Boyington, b Oct. 14, 1852, dJan. 2, 1881.
Children of Ebenezer W. Downs
(a) Vasco, b May 27, 1873.
(b) Calvin, Jan. 18, 1875.
(c) Authur Edward, b Dec. 26, 1976.
(d) Lilly, b Mar. 13, 1979.
(h) Rachel W., b c1852; m Springfield, Me., Oct. 28, 1871, Charles H. Davis..
(i) Simpson Worcester, b c1855, d Nov. 15, 1908; m Springfield, Me., Feb. 13, 1876, Martha E. Stanley.
VII-464 Robert Leighton.
VII-465 Roxanna "Roxie", b Columbia, Me., 1824, d 1854; m Feb. 14, 1839, Calvin C. Grant.
Children of Roxanna and Calvin Grant
(a) Jerusha L.
(c) Kalvin Augustus
VII-467 Sewell French (twin), b 1828 d Apr. 21, 1855, age 29 yrs.
VII-468 Simpson (twin).
SAMUEL WORCESTER (William5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1) d Sanford, Me., Nov. 24, 1791; m Sanford, Me., Oct. 12, 1817, Susan Fernald, b Lebanin, Me., Sept.10, 1795, d Sanford, Me., Dec. 22, 1869. Residence Sanford, Me. Yeoman.
Children of Samuel Worcester
VII-469 Fernald H.
VII-470 Dorcas, b Jan. 28, 1820; m Nov. 18, 1841, Libbeus Shaw.
VII-471 Mary F., b Springvale, Me., Feb. 10, 1823, d Jan 26, 1888.
VII-473 Susannah, b Apr. 19, 1827, d Apr. 17, 1848.
VII-474 James, b Jan. 11, 1830, d Mar. 25, 1865 (Worster Cemetery, Springvale, Me.).
VII-475 Sarah Ann, b July 11, 1832, d Mar. 6, 1896; m Oct. 12, 1853, Libbeus Grant, b Oct. 1, 1834, d 1891.
VII-476 Samuel, b Sanford, Me., Oct. 1, 1834, d Jan. 11, 1915; m Acton, Me., July 16, 1873, Lucy J. Ellis, b May 1849, d Sanford, Me., Jan. 25, 1905.
JOHN WORCESTER (Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sanford, Me., Sept. 13, 1791, d Mar. 10, 1834; m Nancy, dau Jethro Heard, Sanford, Me., d Somersworth, Me., June 25, 1847. Residence Sanford, Me., and Somersworth, N.H.
Children of John Worcester
VII-477 Elmira, b Apr. 9, 1818.
VII-478 Harriet W., b Dec. 3, 1820, d May 30, 1832.
VII-479 Mary S., b Sept. 9, 1822; m ____ Henderson, Rochester, N.H.
VII-480 Jethro H.
VII-482 Susan Ann, b Nov. 3, 1828.
VII-483 John Franklin.
JAMES WORCESTER (Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sanford, Me., May 24, 1794, d Georgetown, Me., June 4, 1843; m1st Jan. 9, 1823, Mary, dau Enoch Tenney, Georgetown, Mass., d Georgetoen, Me., Jan. 9, 1838; m2nd Apr. 5, 1841, Abby Carter, Newbury, Mass. Residence Sanford, Me., and Georgetown, Mass.
Children of James Worcester
VII-484 Abbie Jane, b May 12, 1823; m Nov. 28, 1844, Humphrey S. Howe, Blyfield, Mass.
Children of Abbie Jane Worcester
(a) Mary Elizabeth, b Mar. 17, 1846.
(b) Parker, b May 8, 1848.
VII-485 James Parker, b Aug. 17, 1827,
d Feb. 27, 1847.
VII-486 Ira William, b Feb. 2, 1830.
AARON WORCESTER (Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sanford, Me., Feb. 28, 1797; m Aug. 31, 1818, Affa Wadleigh, b July 23, 1796. He removed to So. Atkinson, Me., where he resided for many years, and then removed to Oshkosh, Wis. Yeoman.
Children of Aaron Worcester
VII-487 Selenda, b Nov. 5, 1819, d Newberry Port, Me., Aug. 13, 1898; m Newberry, Jan. 7, 1841, Ebenezer W. Jewett, son of Robt. Jewett and Mehitable Lord Dole of Rowley, b Georgetown, Me., Sept. 28, 1817, d Ipswitch, Mass., Apr. 30, 1904. Residence Sanford, Me.
Children of Selenda Jewett
(a) Lorenzo Thirston, d in Civil War, buried at Byfield.
(b) Mary Ann, b Aug. 10, 1845; m Benjamin G. Morse.
(c) James L., b Aug. 30, 1849; m Mary Hill. Residence in Tx. Three daughters.
(d) John Mullen, b Aug. 25, 1855; m Mary A. Blake.
(e) Nellie, b Aug. 25, 1855; m Frank Emmons Howe.
VII-488 Thomas, b June 26, 1821.
VII-490 Sewall, b Nov. 8, 1825.
VII-491 Asa, b Apr. 15, 1827, d May 13, 1851.
VII-492 Dianthe, b June 29, 1831.
VII-493 Franklin, b Feb. 14, 1834.
VII-494 Mary Jane, b June 14, 1836.
VII-495 Very Ann, b Sept. 24, 1840.
IRA WORCESTER (Thomas5, Simeon4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Sanford, Me., Nov. 10, 1803, d Ipswitch, Mass.; m Nov. 12, 1831, R. G. Stevens, Salisbury, Mass., b Salisbury, Mass., May 15, 1804. Master of House of Corrections, and Superintendent of Asylum for the Insane, Ipswich, Mass. Residence Blyfield, 6 years; Brighton, 4 years; and afterwards in Ipswich, Mass.
Children of Ira Worcester
VII-496 Daniel C. b Byfield, Mass., May 22, 1832, d
Boston, Mass.; m Sept. 6, 1853, Sarah, dau of Jacob B. Tenney, Ipswich, Mass. Residence
VII-497 Leigh Richmond, b Jan. 2, 1835.
VII-498 Mary A. P., b June 7, 1837.
VII-499 Sarah E., b June 12, 1840.
VII-500 James F., b May 6, 1842.