THE NINTH GENERATION
CHARLES CLARENCE WORCESTER (Charles8, Nathaniel7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Stoddard, NH, Oct. 27, 1845; m Goffstown, NH, Oct. 4,1877, Mary Addie Grant, b Thornton, NH, Oct. 21, 1852. Residence, Keene, NH. Milk dealer.
Children of Charles Clarence Worcester
X-1 George Leon.
X-2 Clarence Gerould, b Walpole, NH, Oct. 5, 1882. Residence, Keene, NH. Milk dealer.
X-3 Florence Gertrude, b Marlboro, NH, Sept. 13, 1892. Residence, Keene, NH. Stenographer.
WILLIAM HENRY WORCESTER (Sylvender8, John7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b June 20, 1867; m1st Helen C. dau of Jacob Bauer of Geneva, Switzerland, and Christina Von Weckede of Berlin, Germany, b Chicago, Ill., June 6, 1870; m 2d Helen Craddock, Chicago, Ill. Residence, El Reno, Okla. Railroad conductor.
Children of William Henry Worcester by first m
X-4 Edith Inez, b Jan. 16, 1898, Chicago, Ill, d Oklahoma City, July 26, 1988; m1st Timothy Jack Tellegren (born John Leo Bell, b Rockport, Tx., July 23, 1895, d May, 1960; m2d ___ Silver. Residence, San Francisco.
Children of Edith Tellegren
(a) Alidee Beaulah, b Oklahoma City, Ok., Nov. 1, 1922; m Peter Lee Ehlers, d Oklahoma City, Ok., Feb. 24, 1999. They had 2 children.
(b) Marilyn Virginia, b Oklahoma City, Ok., Apr. 23, 1921;d Oklahoma City, Ok., Aug. 19, 2001 (Fairlawn Cemetery); m Wiley Denton Woods, b Feb. 15, 1918, d Jan. 23, 1982, Oklahoma City, Ok. Two sons b, 1940 and 1941.
Children of William Henry Worcester by second m
Children of John DeWitt WorcesterX-6 John DeWitt, b Chicago, Ill., Feb. 19, 1911.
VINCENT K. WORCESTER (Sylvender8, John7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Apr. 20, 1871; m Anna Shain(?), Topeka, Kansas, Dec. 24, 1892.
Children of Vincent K. WorcesterX-7 Arlie J., b June 20, 1894, Topeka, Kansas.
ALLEN BURR WORCESTER (Lysander8, John7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b ____; m Apr. 30, 1895, Grace Darling Burch, b Adrian, Mich., Jan. 17, 1872.
Children of Allen Burr WorcesterX-9 Thelma Elizabeth, b Oct. 27, 1898, Montpelier, Oh.
BENJAMIN WORCESTER (Mathew Lang8, Jesse7, Moses6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b May 27, 1869, Kingston, Ill.; m June 1, 1890, Mrs. Mary (Bell) Sheley, Kingston, Ill., b Mar. 6, 1862. Residence, Seattle, Wash. Carpenter.
Children of Benjamin WorcesterX-11 Joy Manard, b June 5, 1891, Kingston, Ill.
HARRY WORCESTER (Benjamin Franklin8, George7, Samuel6, Moses5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Mar. 10, 1877, d Feb. 5, 1849; m Mar. 8, 1910, Laura Marie dau of Henry Imsande, b Middletown, Oh., June 17, 1883, d Apr. 12, 1947. He moved with his family to Middletown, Oh., before school age. After completing the eighth grade he went to work in his fathers livery stable. Cincinnati Veterinary College, 1907.
Children of Harry WorcesterX-13 Benjamin Donner.
JOSEPH ALFRED WORCESTER (Charles Henry8, Joseph W.7, Leonard6, William5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Middletown, NY, June 10, 1881 d Middletown, NY, Mar. 6, 1954 (Wall Kell Cemetery, Phillipsburgh, NY); m Middletown, Sept., 18, 1907, Christine Gray, b Dunferline, Scotland, Apr. 24, 1881, d Valatie, NY, Feb. 12, 1959. Sporting goods store proprietor.
Children of Joseph Alfred Worcester
X-14 Joseph Alfred, b Middletown, NY, Apr. 6, 1909, d
Frankfort, NY, 1995. Electrical Engineer. Inventor of radio trigger that explodes ground
to ground missiles just before they hit.
X-15 Jean, b Middletown, NY, Oct. 15, 1911.
X-16 Helen Gray, b Middletown, NY, Feb. 13, 1913.
X-17 Christine Louise, b Middltown, NY, Dec. 9, 1918.
X-18 Mary Emma, b Middletown, NY, Dec. 17, 1921, d Ft. Collins, Co., Feb. 10, 1986; m Sept. 3, 1964, Dr. Carl Jacob Witkop, Jr., b Grand Rapids, Mich., Dec. 27, 1917, d Hopkins, Mn., Mar. 11, 1993 (cardiopulmonary arrest y myocardial infraction.) He worked at Genetic Research NIH. Divorced.
Children of Mary Emma and Dr. Carl Witkop, Jr.
(a) Carl Gray, b Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 18, 1947.
(b) Mary Margaret, b Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 10, 1949.
(c) Martha Frances, b Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 19, 1951.
EDWIN DEAN WORCESTER (Edwin Dean8, Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, Feb. 25, 1856. He prepared for college at Albany Boys Academy, and was graduated at Yale College in the class of 1876; was salutatorian of his class, the winner of the DeForest Medal, and was a member of the Skull and Bones Society. Graduated Yale Law School, June, 1878. He returned to Albany where he was admitted to the bar in 1879. He was at first in the law office of Hand & Hale, Albany, and afterwards was chief clerk in the office of Samuel Hand, of that city. In December, 1883, he removed to New York with his parents, and in May, 1884, became a member of the law firm of Saunders, Webb & Worcester. This firm continued without change for 23 years. On May 1st, 1907, he formed the new firm of Worcester, Williams & Lehman. Jan. 1, 1909, the junior partner, Irving Lehman, became a Justice of the N.Y. Supreme Court, and the firm then became Worcester & Williams. Residence, New York City. Member of the Century Club, the University Club, and the Yale Club of New York, and of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. He was never married.
GEORGE HENRY WORCESTER (Edwin Dean8, Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, June 6, 1857; m Oct. 17, 1888, Detroit, Mich., Lydia Dearborn, dau James Freeman and Alice Aldrich (Dearborn) Kimball, originally of N. Woodstock, NH, b N. Woodstock, NH, Nov. 13, 1860, d New York City, June 16, 1905 (Albany Rural Cemetery). He was educated at the Albany Boys Academy, but left that school in 1871, and entered the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and was graduated there, in 1875. He remained in the Navy till 1884, at which time he attained the rank of Lieutenant. In 1884, he resigned from the Navy and entered the service of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company. He was made division superintendent of various divisions, in succession, of that railroad, residing in Cleveland, Elkhart and Detroit, and at the close of 1887 was made superintendent of the Harlem Division of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, with headquarters and residence in White Plains, NY. In 1891, in consequence of some impairments of health, he resigned his position, and spent some years in travel.
FRANKLIN ELDRID WORCESTER (Edwin Dean8, Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, Sept. 13, 1860, d of pneumonia, Helena, Montana, Mar. 3, 1891, burial at Albany Rural Cemetery. He was prepared for college at the Albany Boys Academy and was graduated from Yale in the class of 1882; he was a member of the Skull and Bones Society. He then entered the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale, and in 1884 was graduated with the degree of Ph.D.; afterwards, in 1886, received from the same school the degree of Mechanical Engineer, and studied the practical side of that profession at the Jackson Car Shops, of the Michigan Central Railroad at Jackson, Mich., and afterwards was employed and resided at Marquette, Mich., and Helena, Montana.
HARRY AUGUSTUS WORCESTER (Edwin Dean8, Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, Nov. 18, 1862, d ____; m Oct. 18, 1905, Detroit, Mich., Elizabeth Howard, dau John Talman and Sophia Hill Whiting, b Detroit, Aug. 12, 1867. He prepared for college at the Albany Boys Academy and was graduated at Yale with the class of 1884. After a trip to Europe he took to railroading and was for a time night depot master of the Grand Central Station, NY. In 1891 he entered the service of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Company. He became superintendent of the Lansing Division and later the superintendent of the Detroit Division, where he remained six years. Nov. 1, 1902 he was made superintendent of Eastern Division of the Lake Shore, with headquarters at Buffalo; and Feb. 1, 1905, superintendent of the Chicago division. Also employed by the Michigan Central and Cleveland, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway Company. Resided in Cincinnati in 1914.
WILFRED JAMES WORCESTER (Edwin Dean8, Eldad7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Albany, NY, July 28, 1864, d Jan. 10, 1953; m London, Eng., July 17, 1897, Susan Baldwin, dau of Augustus and Clarinda (Dunham) Kirkham of Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, b Oct. 5, 1873, New York, d Feb. 10, 1958. He prepared for college at the Albany Boys Academy, and was graduated at Yale in the class of 1885. He was a member of the Skull and Bones Society. On Jan. 1, 1899, he became a member of the firm Flagg & Worcester, dealers in investment securities, and continued in this association until Dec. 31, 1905. On Dec. 1, 1906, he became Asst. Sec. of U.S. Trust Co., and in 1912, was made secretary of that company. Residence, New York City and summer residence at Black Point, Conn.
Children of Wilfred James WorcesterX-19 Dean Kirkham.
Children of Winifred Stevenson
(a) Eric VanCortlandt, b Croton-on-Hudson, NY, June 27, 1926; m Nov. 13, 1955, Judith Herrick, b Hartford, Conn., Aug. 5, 1931. Millbrook School, Yale, 1946, Yale Law School, 1950. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and Korean War. Lawyer. Residences, Stonington, Conn., Washington, D.C.
Children of Eric VanCortland Stevenson
(i) Jonathan, b 1956.
(ii) Kirkham, b 1957.
(iii) Anne, b 1959.
(iv) Margaret, b 1962.
(v) Philip, b 1965.
(b) James, b Croton-on-Hudson, NY, July 11, 1929; m Oct. 10, 1953, Jane Walker, b May 11, 1932. Yale, 1951. First Lieutenant, U.S. Marines, 1951-53. Cartoonist, artist, author. Residences, Greenwich, Conn., Tarrytown, NY, Niautic, Conn.
Children of James Stevenson
(1) (9) Charles, Susan, James, Walker, Harvey, Peter, Jane, Edwina, Emily
HERBERT MOORE WORCESTER (Henry Edwin8, Horatio7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b New Philadelphia, Oh., Dec. 29, 1881; m Los Angeles, Oct. 31, 1906, Adelaide Pierrepont Rea, b Boston, Jan. 20, 1881. Residence, Pasadena. Banker.
Children of Herbert Moore WorcesterX-21 Margaret Dows, b Pasadena, Cal., Sept. 10, 1908.
DAVID DOWS WORCESTER (Albert Augustus8, Horatio7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b W. Campton, NH, Aug. 30, 1876; m Oct. 9, 1907, Naomi A., dau of Charles A. Bailey, Port Huron, Mich. Mich. Tech. College, mining engineer. Moved to Superior, Arizona to become the Superintendent of Superior Copper Mine. Justice of the Peace. Naomi was a school teacher in Pt. Huron, Mich.. He served as a St. Clair County (Mich.) Road Commissioner. As such, he supervised teh construcvtion of the Blue Water Bridge ov er teh St. Clair river between Mich. and Canada.
Children of David Dows WorcesterX-23 David Bailey, b Aug. 6, ___, d Sept. 14, 1908.
IX-60-1 Helen Elcta, b Pt, Huron, Mich. Recived a Nursing degree fromt eh Univ. of Michigan; Gomer Jones, b Cardiff, Wales.
Children of Helen Electa Jones
(a) Susan Enid, m Charles Julian
(b) Beth Ellen m Jim Woodard. Residence, Gilbert, Ariz.
(c) David Dylan, m Tami Dodd.
Children of DAvid Dylan Jones
i. Jennifer, residence, Flaggstaff, Ariz.
ii. Joshua, m Vicky ___, Residence,m Hazlett, Mich.
RICHARD HOE WORCESTER (Albert Augustus8, Horatio7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b W. Campton, July 28, 1881; m Ely, Nev., Nov. 19, 1905, Charlotte V. Barker, b San Diego, Cal., Oct. 30, 1884.
Children of Richard Hoe WorcesterX-25 Richard Hoe, b Apr. 10, 1910.
HENRY ELWYNNE WORCESTER (Horatio Elwynne8, Henry Elwynne7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Tewksbury, Sept. 30, 1875, d Sept. 1952 (heart attack)(buried at Annisquam, Mass.); m Apr. 10, 1905, Alice Gerry Duncan, b Bloomfield, NJ, May 19, 1879. Mass. Inst. Tech, 1897. Sugar refiner. Residence, Cambridge, Mass.
Children of Henry Elwynne Worcester
X-28 Mary Jarvie, b Brooklyn, NY, Mar. 8, 1906.
X-29 Henry Elwynne.
JAMES NEWBEGIN WORCESTER (Horatio Elwynne8, Henry E.7, Eldad6, Eldad5, Moses4, William3, Moses2, William1) b Tewksbury, July 28, 1885, d Jan. 10, 1936; m Gertrude, dau Robert Morton and Jane (Whitthorne) Fullerton, b Sheboygan, Mich. A.B., Amherst College, 1906, M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, NY, 1910. Residence, New York City.
Children of James Newbegin WorcesterX-31 James Newbegin.
JOHN FRANCIS WORCESTER (Noah8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Brownsville, Pa., Mar. 18, 1837; m July 11, 1858, Elizabeth, dau of Conrad Hartranft, b Mar. 13, 1840. Residence, Pittsburgh, Pa. Carpenter and steamboat builder.
Children of John Francis WorcesterX-32 Laura Ann, b W. Brownsville, Pa., July 29, 1959, d Feb. 7, 1863.
Children of Clara Belle Dresser
Children of Ella May Thomas
WILLIAM HENRY WORCESTER (Noah8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b S. Brownsville, Pa., Feb. 8, 1841, d Nov. 3, 1886; m Apr. 4, 1869, Marild Severson, at Center Point, Iowa. He was engaged in the Civil War from Aug., 1861 to Feb., 1864. Enlisted first in a company from Washington Co., Pa. Was promoted to Corporal and then Sergeant. Residence, Groveton, Allegheny Co., Pa.
Children of William Henry WorcesterX-41 Lydia J., b Linn Co., Ia., Mar. 8, 1870; m Nov. 25, 1891, John Reed Hadley of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Children of Lydia Hadley
X-42 Ida Bell, b Linn Co., Ia., Apr. 2, 1872, d Dec. 20, 1878.
(a) Ernest Lee, b Oct. 29, 1892; m Winnifred McClaren, b Picto, Nova Scotia, Canada, May 1, 1860, d Chicago, Il., May, 1987.
Children of Ernest Lee McClaren
(i) Ellen Lee, b Toledo, Oh., Oct. 23, 1918, d Miami, Fla., Sept. 4, 1996; m Joseph Rufing Crowden, b Goodland, Ind., June 29, 1906, d June 26, 1925.
Children of Ellen Lee Crowden
(A) Jane Ellen, Indianapolis, Apr. 6, 1953; m Peter Coll Townsend, b Miami, Fla., Aug. 31, 1946.
Children of Jane Ellen Townsend
(1) Henry Joseph Crowden, b Miami, Fla., May 31, 1983.
(2) Katherine Irene, b Miami, Fla., June 5, 1986.
(B) Elizabeth Jean, b Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 16, 1954; m Michael Vores, b Miami, Fla., Mar. 3, 1956.
(C) Susan Lee, b Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 7, 1956; m Jerome Kloo, b Miami, Fla., Oct. 10, 1965.
Children of Susan Lee Kloo
(1) Joseph Wesley, b Miami, Fla., Aug. 29, 1966.
(D) Marilyn Kay, b Indianapolis, Ind.; m David Slesinger, b Ann Arbor, Mich., Mar. 8, 1957.
Children of Marilyn Kay Slesinger
(1) Timothy Harold, b Charleston, SC, July 30, 1992.
(2) Christina Hadley, b Charleston, SC, Apr. 11, 1994.
(ii) Martha Jean, June 26, 1925.
(b) Milo Cordell, b Jan. 15, 1897.
(c) Carol Virginia, b Jan. 10, 1899.
(d) John Reed, b July 4, 1902, d Sept. 25, 1906.
(e) Ruth Isabelle, b July 13, 1907.
SAMUEL TROTH WORCESTER (Noah8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b S. Brownsville, Pa., Jan. 7, 1851; m June 30, 1873, Henrietta Potts. Residence, Brownsville, Pa.
Children of Samuel Troth WorcesterX-46 Charles Walton.
Children of Margaret Jacob
(a) Samuel Worcester
JAMES THOMAS WORCESTER (Noah8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Penna., Jan. 28, 1853; m Apr. 12, 1894, Rhoda A. Black, b Penna., May 18, 1862. Residence, S. Brownsville, Pa. Engineer.
Children of James Thomas WorcesterX-52 Walter Franklin.
WINFIELD SCOTT WORCESTER (Thomas L.8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b N.J., Sept. 3, 1847; m Millerstown, Butler Co., Pa., July 12, 1879, Annie Zimmerman, who d Oct. 2, 1910. Residence, Marion, Ind. Window glass worker.
Children of Winfield Scott WorcesterX-54 Stella E., b July 7, 1882.
JAMES TANNEHILL WORCESTER (Thomas L.8, Francis7, Francis6, Francis5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Pittsburgh, Pa., May 10, 1861; m Oct. 29, 1891, Julia S. Altenburg, b Watsonville, Mich., Oct. 3, 1868. Residence, Elkton, Va. Farmer.
Children of James Tannehill WorcesterX-57 Francis Lloyd.
GEORGE L. WORCESTER (Leonard8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis54, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Boston, Mass., Sept. 26, 1836; m Dec. 22, 1855, Nancy Tarr, b Rockport, Mass., July 15, 1838, d Lancaster, Mass., Feb. 27, 1883. Residence, Lancaster, Mass. Constable and Sealer of Weights and Measures.
Children of George L. WorcesterX-63 Sarah J., b Rockport, Mass., Mar. 3, 1857, d Lancaster, Jan. 21, 1892; m Oct. 29, 1879, Willis E. Wright.
Children of Sarah J. Wright
NATHANIEL WORCESTER (Noah8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Chelsea, Mass., Mar. 3, 1846, d Sept. 12, 19__; m 1st Jan. 12 1871, Annie C. Smith, Cincinnati, Oh., b Berlin, Germany, 1846, d Chicago, Apr. 22, 1895; m 2nd June 17, 1897, Elizabeth T. Whitley, b Plainsfield, Ill., Aug. 6, 1859. Residence, Chicago, Ill.
Children of Nathaniel WorcesterX-65 Nina B., b Aug. 25, 1872, d Jan. 3, 1885.
GEORGE SAMUEL WORCESTER (Samuel8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Mar. 1, 1839, d of paralysis, Newton, Mass., Apr. 15, 1895; m Boston, Mass., Jan. 14, 1864, Rachel Leishman. He was named George Samuel Franklin David, but on coming of age he dropped the Franklin David. He served in the Civil War for four years. Enlisted as a private in the 13th Mass. Volunteers. Promoted to Major of 3d Heavy Artillery, serving until close of the war. Residence, Newton Highlands, Mass. Woolen business.
Children of George Samuel WorcesterX-67 George Lincoln, b Apr. 5, 1866, d 1868.
Children of Edith Cary Cutler
WILLIAM AUSTIN WORCESTER (Austin8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b St. Anthony, Minn., June 9, 1862; m Dec. 15, 1885, Minneapolis, Minn., Susan L. Christie, b Brooklyn Centre, Minn., Feb. 27, 1868.
Children of William Austin WorcesterX-72 Ethel May, b Mar. 20, 1887.
JOHN CAPRON WORCESTER (Franklin8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Millbury, Mass., Oct. 4, 1860; m June 26, 1884, Isabel Capitola Cook, b Mendon, Mass., July 12, 1859. Teacher. A.B., A.M., Colby College. Residence, W. Springfield, Mass.
Children of John Capron WorcesterX-76 Vera Elma, b W. Springfield, Nov. 4, 1903, d at birth.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN WORCESTER (Franklin8, Noah7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Grafton, Mass., Apr. 10, 1865, d Saco, Me., June 20, 1949; m Apr. 12, 1887, Myra Gertrude Dennis, b Hopkinton, Mass., Feb. 12, 1866, d Saco, Me., Sept. 23, 1953; music teacher. Hillman Business College, Worcester, Mass. He was a member of the Old Orchard, Me., school board; prominent in I.O.O.F. & Encampment, Natl. Representative. Residence, Old Orchard, Me., Grafton, Mass., Isleboro, Me., and Saco, Me. Building contractor, farmer and storekeeper.
Children of William Franklin WorcesterX-77 Mabel Adelaide, b Grafton, Mass., Apr. 18, 1888. Old Orchard, Me., H.S. Cashier. Unmarried
Children of Gertrude Merrill
Children of Gertrude Sawyer
(1) David Merrill, b Biddeford, Me., Feb. 15, 1948. Member of the Army Reserves. Residences, Saco, Me., Salem, NH.
Children of Elwood Worcester
X-80 Constance Rullison, b Bethlehem, Pa., July 25,
1896. Bryn Marr, 1915-17; Radcliff Harvard, A.B., 1921. Army Nurse, then continued
to run fathers rectory.
X-81 Gurden Slatonstall Rulison, b Dec. 7, 1897.
X-82 Blandina, b Geneva, NY, July 17, 1902; m Apr. 13, 1935, Carroll Harwood Brewster, b New Rochelle, NY, Aug. 15, 1888, d Mar. 26, 1952. Education: Radcliff, A.B., 1923; Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1935. Pediatrician in New York City. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, New York University; Director of Pediatrics, New York Infirmary. Residence, New York City.
X-83 David Rulison.
LOUIS HAROLD WORCESTER (Louis8, David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Charlottesville, Va., June 18, 1863, d 1912; m Laura Davenport, Catchings, Miss., Apr. 8, 1891.
Children of Louis Harold WorcesterX-84 Mamie, b Catchings, Miss., Dec. 19, 1892; m Nov. 26, 1908, Henry Johnson.
ROY GREENE WORCESTER (John Robinson8, David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Covington, Ky., Mar. 26, 1873; m Walker Co., Tex., Aug. 3, 1897, Millie Olla Wiggins, d Trinity, Tex., Jan. 20, 1908.
Children of Roy Greene WorcesterX-87 Ellen May Violet, b Sept. 23, 1898, Houston Co., Tex.
BERTRAND WILLIAM WORCESTER (John Robinson8, David7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Covington, Ky., May 16, 1876; m Crocket, Houston Co., Tex., Feb. 25, 1896, Rosa Violet High.
Children of Bertrand William Worcester
X-91 Lawrence High, b Houston, Tex., Oct. 25, 1897.
X-92 Marshall Sherwood, b Trinity, Tex., Dec. 28, 1899.
X-93 Edna Gertrude, b Houston, Tex., Mar. 6, 1903.
X-94 Raymond, b Trinity, Tex., Feb. 21, 1905.
X-95 Edgar Fenton, b Mineral, Bee Co., Tex., Jan. 15, 1907.
X-96 Herbert Randolph, b Mineral, Bee Co. Tex., Sept. 5, 1908.
X-97 Harold Irwin.
X-98 Lymon Curtis, b Mineral, Bee Co., Tex., June 8, 1912.
Children of Samuel WorcesterX-100 Samuel Howard.
FITZWILLIAM SARGENT (Samuel H.8, Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Framingham, Mass., Apr. 1, 1851, d Peabody, Dec. 8, 1913; m Oct. 14, 1875, Nellie Augusta, dau Dr. Benjamin Franklin and Hanna Elizabeth (Merrill) Green. He grad. From Harvard Medical School, 1873; practiced medicine in Peabody, Mass. for forty years.
Children of Fitzwilliam Sargent WorcesterX-103 Howard Sargent, b Sept. 24, 1876, d Oct. 26, 1894.
HENRY FOSTER WORCESTER (Samuel H.8, Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Baltimore, Me., July 8, 1852, d Bridgewater, Mass., of diabetes, Aug. 15, 1911; m Lancaster, NH, Nov. 1, 1877, Emma dau of David and Mary A. Young. Dentist and farmer. Residence, Lancaster and Bridgewater.
Children of Henry Foster WorcesterX-108 Ella, b Lancaster, NH, July 16, 1878; m Dec. 25, 1902, Elmer Reed Cook of Taunton, Mass., b 1879, d 1969.
Children of Ella Cook
a. Edith, b 1915.
b. Ernest Reed Cook, b 1919; d 1985.
X-109 Mary Melcher, b Jan. 5, 1880, d Jan. 5, 1883.
X-110 Sarah Sargent, b Brifgewater, Mass., Nov. 2, 1881; m Providence, RI, Aug. 1, 1900, George William Hearn, b 1882, Foxboro, Mass., son of William H. Hearn and Florence Topliff.
Children of Sarah Sargent Hearn
a. Mary Emma, b Bridgewater, Mass., Jun 26, 1902; m Greenfield, Mass, Oct. 14, 1937, Harold Schwarz, Sr, son of Jacob and Sophia (Hess), b Mass., Nov. 21, 1902, d 1969; She d Greenfield, Mass., Oct. 23, 1983; bur. Green River Cemetery.
Children of Mary Schwarz
i. Harold, b Greenfield, MAss., Nov. 21, 1941; m Cindy Wright.
Children of Harold Schwaz
a). Kristian, b July 10, 1969.
b). Piper, b Dec. 15, 1970.
ii. Sally Ann, b Greenfield, Mass., Aug. 19, 1943; m Edward Lewis Baker on Mar. 9, 1969. He is son of Brownell Everett Baker Sr. and Lena Hamilton, b Chatham, Mass., Mar. 5, 1927; d Greenfield, Mass., Mar. 9, 1975.
Children of Sally Ann Baker
a). Jeffrey Lee, b Greenfield, Mass., Aug. 6, 1962; m Athol, Mass., JoAnn Dodge, Apr. 1989.
b). Melvin Douglas, b Mar. 25, 1965.
c). Kathleen Mary, b Aug. 18, 1966m 1st Allen Gamouche; m 2nd Michael Robbins.
Children of Katheleen Mary by 1st m.
1). Allen, b Apr.4, 1988.
2). Kritopher Edward, b Mar. 15, 1989.
Children of Katheleen Mary by 2nd m.
1). Carrisa Jo, b Nov. 9, 1997.
d). Tammy Jean, b Greenfield, Mass., Jan. 20, 1970; m Mathew King son of Rose Bennett and Larry King on Jan. 7, 1995 in Batavia, N.Y. He was b Dec. 2, 1968.
Children of Tammy Jean King
1.) Dalton Mathew, b May 17, 1997.
2.) Amber Rose, b Nov. 17, 1998.
3.) Dylan Larry, b Dec. 1, 1999.
e). Dorothy Mae, b Greenfield, Mass., Oct. 4, 1971; m Scott Raymond Bennett, son of William Raymond Bennett and Patricia Ann Hessler, b Oct. 1`, 1963, Buffalo, NY.
Children of Dorothy Mae Bennett
1.) Korey Raymond, b Dec. 7, 1993.
2.) Kassandra Lee, b Feb. 14, 1995.
f). Debra June, b Jan. 13, 1973; m1st Aaron McKinsey; m2d Scott Simpson.
Children of Debra June by 1st m
1.) Joshua Edward, b Apr. 30, 1992.
2.) Justin McKinsey, b May 5, 1995.
3.) Jordon Robert, b Nov. 29, 1997.
Children of Debra June by 2d m
4.) Sky Mae, b Oct. 22, 2003.
g). Brownell Edward, b Mar. 14, 1974.
b. George, Jr., b Bridgewater, Mass., Jun. 28, 1906; d Springfield, Mass., Nov. 1969; m Margaret K. Stierle, dau of Margaret Schwarz and Carl Stierle.
Children of George Hearn
i. Nancy Jean.
ii. Carole L.
c. Ruth, b Bridgewater, Mass., Feb. 23, 1919; d Plainfield, Mass., Dec. 28, 2006; m Dec. 1, 1943, Newell Stimson, b May 7, 1920, d Jan. 26, 206
Children of Ruth Stimson.
i. Judy, b Plainfield, Mass., Dec. 4, 1947m Dec. 30, 1971 to Dennis Gould in Charlemont, Mass.
Children of Judy Gould.
a). Philip, m Belinda Roberts, on
May 11, 1991, in Haydenville, Mass.
b). Heather, m Michael Palmer, Sept. 16, 2006 in Plainfield, Mass.
d. Florence, b Foxborough, Mass., Sep. 27, 1923, d Mar. 10, 2005, m Robert O. Underwood, son of William H. Underwood and Edith ___. He d Dec. 1, 1943.
Children of Florence Underwood.
i. Robert C.
ii. Warren W.
iii Benjamin A.
iv. Sarah E.,m Auguslynidk.
v. Krystal M.,m Fitzgerald.
vi Elizabeth J., d at young age.
e. Shirley, b Bridgewater, Mass., Apr. 19, 1925; d Norman, OK., Jan. 12, 2011; m John Robert Dymtryk.
Children of Shirley Dymtryk.
X-111 Jennie Washburn, b Dec. 11, 1883; m Bridgewater, Dec. 17, 1904, Clifford Warren White Davis of Middleboro, Mass.
Children of Jennie Washburn Davis
Children of John Fonerden WorcesterX-118 John Fonerden, b Dec. 6, 1890, Clinton, Mass.
FRANCIS WORCESTER (Francis8, Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b E. Bridgewater, Mass., Mar. 10, 1852, d Kirkwood, Mo., June 28, 1901; m Oct. 20, 1873, Ada K. Bailey, d Kirkwood, Mo., Oct. 14, 1908. Merchant.
Children of Francis WorcesterX-121 Ada Gertrude, b Oct. 11, 1874, Boston, Mass.; m 1st Jan. 10, 1874, James Henry Thomas of St. Louis, Mo.; m 2nd James Bradford.
Children of Ada Gertrude Thomas
(a) Francis Leonard, b St. Louis, Mo., Mar. 17, 1895.
EDWARD WORCESTER (Francis8, Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Jan. 29, 1855, Bridgewater, Mass., d Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 29, 1929; m 1st Wollaston, Mass., Apr. 24, 1878, Jane Tunis, dau Dr. Winthrop & Elizabeth (Browne) Sargent, b Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 28, 1856, d Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 14, 1913; m 2nd Sebring, Oh., Nov. 27, 1914, Anna Josephine Jones, b July 4, 1878, d California. In 1870 he began working for the Chapman Valve Company in Boston as a salesman. In 1875, he started work as a salesman with the National Tube Works Company. He was first Vice-President of the National Tube Company, one of the subsidiary companies of the National Steel Corp. He was a generous and public spirited citizen. Manufacturer. Residence, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Children of Edward Worcester
Children of Abby Keith May
(a) John Bichard, b Feb. 27, 1908, Duxbury , Mass.; m 1st Brockton, Mass., Feb. 3, 1941, Thalia Keith, b Brockton, Mass., July 3, 1917; m 2nd Portsmouth, NH, Nov. 7, 1959, Susan Norton-Taylor, b June 27, 1930, Orange, NJ.
Children of John Richard May by first marriage
(1) Abigail Keith, b Nov. 14, 1943, North Conway, NH
(2) Hastings Keith, b June 26, 1943, Brockton, Mass.
(3) Fitzwilliam Hastings, b Jan. 2, 1945, Brockton, Mass.
(4) Carolyn Worcester, b Sept. 1, 1948, North Conway, NH; m May 2, 1970, George Stanley Parker, b May 14, 1944.
Children of Carolyn Worcester Parker
a- Andrea Parker, b Brunswick, Me., Nov. 3, 1972.
b- Melissa Parker, b Brunswick, Me., Jan. 30, 1976
(5) Samuel Sears, b North Conway, NH, Aug. 8, 1952.
Children of John Richard May by second marriage
(6) Scott Duncan, b Portsmouth, NH, Oct. 18, 1960, d
Little Compton, RI, Apr. 19, 1968.
(7) Joan Andrea, b Fall River, Mass., July 30, 1962.
(8) Nathaniel Sears, b Fall River, Mass., Oct. 9, 1964.
(9) John Bichard, b Fall River, Mass., Oct. 17, 1966.
(10) Edward Scott, b Fall River, Mass., July 10, 1969.
(b) Edward Worcester, b Duxbury, Mass., Jan. 12, 1910, d Corrales, NM, Jan. 6 2000; m 1st Mary Lott, Atlanta, Georgia; m2d Mary Ethel Jennings, b Mar. 17, 1934
Children of Edward Worcester May and Mary Lott
(1) Edward Worcester.
Children of Edward Worcester May and Mary Jennings
(3) Robert Nichard May, b Aug. 23, 1960; m1st Albuquerque, NM, 1982, Karen Fisk, divorced; m2d Corvallis, OR., July, 2000, Carolee Clark.
(4) Jeannie Sears May, b Albuquerque, NM, Sept. 28, 1963; m Robert James Vesely, Jr., Alamagordo, NM, Nov. 1988.
Children of Jeannie Sears May Vesely
(A) Amber Lynn, b Santa Barbara, Calif., Aug. 15, 1989.
(B) Adam Michael Vesely, b Santa Barbara, Calif., Sept. 30, 1994.
(c) Willard Rogers, b Waban, Mass., Aug. 5, 1912; m Brookline, Mass., May 5, 1942, Eleanor Hyland OBrien, b Boston, Mass., Feb. 16, 1911, d Cohasset, Mass., Mar. 20, 1979
Children of Willard Rogers May
(1) Madeline Hyland, b McKinney, Tex., July 11, 1944; m Scituate, Mass., June 19, 1971, Robert Gibson Eakin, b Shaker Heights, NY.
Children of Madeline Hyland Eakin
a- Geoffrey Gibson, b New York City, Oct. 1, 1975.
(d) Richard Tunis, b Ashland, NH, June 24, 1915; m Collingswood, NJ, June 10, 1946, Mae Francis Fowler, b Washington, DC, Dec. 14, 1919.
Children of Richard Tunis May
(1) Susan Virginia, b North Conway, NH, May 25, 1947; m Jackson, NH, May 10, 1969, James B. Sumrall, b Glade Water, Tex., Apr. 19, 1946.
Children of Susan Virginia Sumrall
a- Kristin, b Boston, Mass., Mar. 26, 1972.
b- Mischa, b Boston, Mass., June 9, 1975.
(2) Mariane Rose, b Conway, NH, June 3, 1953; m Marblehead, Mass., Sept. 18, 1976, Laurence Bates Willard, b Salem, Mass., Dec. 31, 1950.
Children of Mariane Rose Willard
X-124 Winthrop Sargent.
a- Ashley Lauren, b Salem, Mass., July 16, 1978.
Children of Katherine Browne Kennedy
(a) Joseph Walker, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 14, 1912; m Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 4, 1935, Flora Jane dau Albert Mills and Florence Nusser Harper, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 21, 1913. Yale University, 1932. Steel Company President.
Children of Joseph Walker Kennedy
(1) Elizabeth Page, b Pittsburgh, Pa., July 9, 1938; m 1st July, 1958, Robert Thompson, (divorced); m 2nd Warren, Oh., Sept. 16, 1967, James Mackin Nesbit (divorced). Education, Sarah Lawrence College, B.A., 1960; Connecticut Wesleyan College, M.A.T., 1962; Ohio State University, Ph.D., 1964; University of Washington, Seattle, J.D. Assistant Attorney General of the State of Alaska.
(2) Joseph Walker, b Pittsburgh, Pa., May 8, 1940; m Pittsburgh, Pa., July 10, 1965, Elizabeth Kaye Jones, b Monaca, Pa., Apr. 9, 1943. Education, Ashland College, B.S., 1965.
Children of Joseph Walker Kennedy
- Joseph Walker, b Hinsdale, Ill., Apr. 30, 1969
(3) Thomas Harper, Youngstown, Oh., June 2, 1946; m 1st Alexandria, Ky., June 29, 1968, Susan Claire Braun; m 2nd Portland Ore., Nov. 24, 1973, Karla Jean Schaber. Education, Ashland College, B.S. 1968. Naval Flight Instructor during Vietnam War at Pensacola and Corpus Christie, Tex. Vice-President, Distribution and Sales, Mangelsen and Sons, Omaha, Neb.
Children of Thomas Harper Kennedy by first marriage
a- Amy Lynne, b Corpus Christi, Tex., Jan. 8, 1971, BME, University of Kentucky, MM, MA, University of Kentucky, PhD in music theory from University of Indiana; m July 13, 1996, Timothy Carl Engelsdorfer, b July 25, 1965, Dearborn, Mich, Truman State University. He is a radio research analyst. .
Children of Thomas Harper Kennedy by second marriage
b- Ashley Page, b Omaha, Neb., Sept. 30, 1979.
(b) Jane, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 1, 1914; m Pittsburgh, Pa., July 27, 1935, John Charles Ferguson, b Oakmont, Pa., Feb. 29, 1912.
Children of Jane Ferguson
(1) John Charles, b Charlottesville, Va., Apr. 25, 1938; m Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 7, 1967, Carol Eve Skarda, b Dec. 24, 1940, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Children of John Charles Ferguson
a- Elizabeth Katherine, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 11, 1968
b- Courtney Worcester, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 26, 1971
c- John Charles, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 19, 1972.
d- Andrew William, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 17, 1977.
(2) Edward Worcester, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 30, 1939; m Roxbury, NY, Sept. 28, 1968, Carol Ann Cartwright, b Margaretville, NY, Nov. 27, 1945.
Children of Edward Worcester Ferguson
a- Lynn Carol, b Albany, NY, Feb. 14, 1971.
b- Mark Worcester, b Albany, NY, July 4, 1973.
(3) Penelope Jane, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 19, 1941; m Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 18, 1965, William ONeil Hunt.
Children of Penelope Jane Hunt
a- Jane ONeil, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 16, 1996.
b- Joshua ONeil, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 20, 1972.
(4) David Bruce, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 1, 1947.
(5) Judith Anne, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 16, 1948; m Chicago, Ill., Mar. 24, 1979, James Steele Mahan, b Oct. 18, 1950, Helena, Ark.
(c) Worcester, b Oct. 2, 1915, d Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Nov. 28, 1916.
(d) Winthrop Sargent, b Oct. 2, 1915, Pittsburgh, Pa. Attended University of Missouri. Salesman and repairman at Toro Lawn Center, Kansas City, Mo.
(e) Taylor Linn, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Mar. 1, 1920; m Boston, Mass., June 23, 1943, Jane Scamell Cloud, b Chicago, Ill., Aug. 5, 1920.
Children of Taylor Linn Cloud
(1) Catherine Kennedy, b Boston, Mass., May 18,
(2) Taylor Linn, b Chicago, Ill., Jan. 27, 1955.
(f) Katherine Worcester, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 28, 1921; m Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 14, 1945, George William Williams, b Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 3, 1917. She graduated Wheaton College, B.A., 1943. He graduated Brown University, 1940. Captain in Coast Artillery in Hawaii during World War II. Discharged with rank of Captain at wars end.
Children of Katherine Worcester Williams
(1) Leslie Hand, b Pittsburgh, Pa., June 18, 1947.
University of Missouri, B.A., 1970; M.A., 1986. Elementary school teacher.
(2) Robert George Hand, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 10, 1950; m St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 14, 1977, Meleea Sue Stockton, b Maysville, Mo., Nov. 16, 1953.
Children of Robert George Hand Williams
a- Kindsey Sue, b North Platte, Neb., May 24, 1953.
b- Joseph Thompson, b North Platte, Neb., Aug. 21, 1981.
c- Whitney Lee, Flourissant, Mo., Jan. 21, 1987.
(3) George William, b Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 5, 1963; m Kansas City, Mo., May 17, 1985, Lisa Marie dau Richard & Roberta Jean (Moad) Walter, b Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 12, 1960. Graduated Rockhurst College Research Hospital School of Nursing, B.S. 1984. Registered nurse.
(g) Abigail Worcester, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 3, 1923; m 1st Pittburgh, Pa., June 17, 1950, Charles Kenneth Bryant, b Newton, Mass, Jan. 20, 1921; m 2nd Warwick, RI, Sept. 2, 1967, Robert John Merrill, b Brighton, Mass, Apr. 28, 1926.
Children of Abigail Worcester by first marriage
(1) Richard Keith, b Needham, Mass., Oct. 5, 1954.
Children of Abigail Worcester by second marriage
(2) David Alan, b Providence, RI, Apr. 16, 1968.X-126 Francis.
Children of Elizabeth Byrd Mason
(a) Katherine Worcester, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 9, 1917; m Beaver Falls, Pa., Sept. 19, 1939, Charles Eugene Blandford, b New Albany, Ind., Sept. 5, 1916.
Children of Katherine Worcester Blandford
(1) Charles Mason, Los Angeles, Calif., May 1, 1941; m Los Angeles, Aug. 4, 1968, Eileen Carol Laub, b Los Angeles, Oct. 16, 1946.
Children of Charles Mason Blandford
a- Amy Rebecca, b Newport Beach, Cal., Dec. 10, 1971.
b- Jason Alan, b Newport Beach, Cal., Jan. 23, 1974
(2) John Richard, b Los Angeles, Apr. 26, 1944; m Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 23, 1968, Silvia Jinny Ioppa, b Torrance, Cal., Aug. 12, 1946.
Children of John Richard Blandford
a- Christopher David, b Redondo Beach, Cal., Mar. 13, 1975.
(3) Elizabeth, b Arlington, Va., Sept. 19, 1952; m Occidental, Cal., June 14, 1980, Larry Richard Borgo, b Sept. 23, 1953. Divorced August, 1981.
(b) Ella McCargo, g Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 11, 1918; m Elwood City, Pa., Oct. 18, 1941, Frank Hayes Hickman, b Blackheath, Kent, England, Mar. 8, 1909,d Dec. 29, 1983 (bur. Near Durango, Colo.). She graduated Vassar College, B.A., 1940. He graduated University of Cambridge, B.A., 1930; M.A., 1949. University professor of economics and business courses. Became a U.S. citizen while serving with U.S. Air Corps in El Paso, Tex., 1944. Taught at University of Idaho before retiring in 1965.
Children of Ella McCargo Hickman
(1) Prudence, b Denver, Colo., Sept. 19, 1942; m 1st Ormond Beach, Fla., Jan. 2, 1967, Peter Beckh, b Calif., Oct. 24, 1942; m 2nd Albuquerque, NM, July 19, 1986, Walter Brooke Bergland, b May 27, 1953. She graduated Pomona College, B.A., 1964; Our Lady of the Lake College, M.A., Library Sciences, 1971; University of New Mexico, M.A., 1980. Counselor in family and childrens services, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
(2) Mark Hayes, b New Castle, Pa.; m Denver, Colo., Jan. 16, 1972, Karen Gross, b Sept. 9, 1946. He graduated University of Wyoming, B.A., 1968. Self employed builder, carpenter, ski instructor.
(c) Elizabeth Sargent, b Pittsburgh, Pa., May 6, 1921; m 1st Washington, DC, Aug. 14, 1945, Merton Grubbs; m 2nd Chicago, Ill., May 16, 1949, Sheldon Garber, b Minneapolis, Minn., July 21, 1920; divorced May 12, 1983. Vassar College, B.A., 1943. Editor McDougal, Little & Co. (textbook company).
Children of Elizabeth Sergent by first marriage
(1) Robert Michael, b New Castle, Pa., May 13, 1946. Librarian, National Press Club, Washington, DC.
Children of Elizabeth Sergent by second marriage
X-128 Malcolm Keith, b Dec. 28, 1893, Chicago, Ill., d Rockland, Me., July 6, 1935.
(2) Daniel Mason, b Chicago, Ill., Mar. 26, 1957. Architect. Residence, Chicago, Ill.
(3) Sarah Sargent, b Chicago, Ill., May 12, 1958. Biochemist at Stanford University.
THEODORE WORCESTER (Francis8, Samuel7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b E. Bridgewater, Mass., Mar. 15, 1859, d Aurora, Ill., Jan. 23, 1934; m 1st Jan. 15, 1890, Elizabeth Browne Sargent, dau of Dr. Winthrop and Elizabeth Browne Sargent of Philadelphia, Pa., b Oct. 6, 1863, d Apr. 10, 1890, St. Louis, Mo.; m 2nd Aug. 11, 1895, in Yorkville, Minn., Minnie Goddard, b Apr. 20, 1867, Yorkville, Minn., dau of James A. and Phoebe Wilber Goddard. Studied law as a special student at Harvard College, 1878-79 and with Judge Andrew P. Wiswell, later Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Court. Admitted to Maine Bar in October, 1880.
ALFRED WORCESTER (Benjamin8, Thomas7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Waltham, Mass., June 22, 1855; m Portland, Ore., Oct. 19, 1886, Elizabeth Joy, dau Rev. Thomas Hill, D.D., ex-President of Harvard College and Anne (Bellows) Hill. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1878; A.M., 1881; M.D., 1883; founder in 1885 and President of Waltham Training School for Nurses; Physician to Elliot City Hospital, Keene, NH, staring in 1898. In 1883 he became fellow of the Mass. Med. Society, of which he was the censor, 1887-1890; Orator in 1895; Councilor since 1890. He was Pres. of the Obstetrical Soc. of Boston, 1899-1900, and President of the Harvard Medical Alumni Assn, 1906-1909; Chairman of the Waltham Board of Health, 1885, 1886, and 1894; member of the School Committee, 1891; Trustee of the Mass. Hospital for Consumptives, 1895-1899. Publications: Monthly Nursing; Training Schools for Nurses in Small Cities; Small Hospitals; besides various articles in medical journals. Physician. Residence, Waltham, Mass.
JOSEPH RUGGLES WORCESTER (Benjamin8, Thomas7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Waltham, Mass., May 9, 1860, d May 9, 1943; m Jan. 2, 1889, Alice Jeannette Wheeler, b Lincoln, Mass., Jan. 3, 1859. A.B., Harvard, 1882. He was an engineer for Boston Bridge Works from 1882 to 1894. Afterwards he was in private practice in Boston making a specialty of the design of bridges and other steel structures and masonry. He designed the train shed, South Station, Boston, a large part of the elevated structure of Boston Elevated Railway, including the concrete arch bridge over Charles River, and the second longest arch bridge in America, over the Connecticut River at Bellows Falls, Vt. He served as an expert witness in numerous important legal cases. He was a member of many societies of engineers, of a visiting committee of the Board of Overseers of Harvard University, and the New Church Institute of Education; a Trustee of Waltham Hospital and Waltham Savings Bank; connected with various business and educational organizations in Waltham and vicinity. Civil Engineer. Residence, Waltham.
Children of Joseph Ruggles WorcesterX-129 Alice Martha, b Waltham, Mass., Nov. 28, 1889; m Sept. 16, 1916, Clarence Decatur Howe, b Waltham, Mass., Jan. 15, 1885, d Dec. 31, 1959. She graduated Smith College, B.A., 1912. He was Minister of the Crown in Canada for 20 years. Residences, Waltham, Mass., Port Arthur, Ontario, Ottawa, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Children of Alice Martha Howe
(a) Williams Hastings, b Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 26, 1922; m 1st Aug. 20, 1944, Susan Ann Kenny; m 2nd Oct. 14, 1972, Joan Warlow Wall, b London, Eng., Feb. 9, 1923. Attended (1 yr.) Bishops College School, Kings College, Halifax, NS. Business consultant. Royal Canadian Navy, 1940-64. Retired with the rank of Commander.
Children of William Hastings Howe
(1) Susan Alice, b June 14, 1944.
(2) Jayne Kenny, b Apr. 14, 1947.
(3) Clarence Decatur, b June 1, 1951.
(4) Gordon William, b June 12, 1957.
(b) Elisabeth, b Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 7, 1923; m June 8, 1946, Robert William Stedman, b Ottawa, Ontario, Sept. 24, 1922. McGill University, B.S., 1945. Residences, Ottawa, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Children of Elisabeth Stedman
(1) Robin Mary, b May 31, 1947.
(2) Charles Ernest, b Mar. 26, 1949.
(3) William Richard, b Dec. 30, 1951.
(4) George Frederick, b July 27, 1955.
(c) John Worcester, b Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 11, 1925; m May 1, 1948, Kathleen Cornell, b Montreal, Canada, Dec. 17, 1924. McGill University, B. Eng., 1947; M. Eng., 1955. Residences, Ottawa, Port Arthur, Montreal and Vancouver, Canada. Engineer.
Children of John Worcester Howe
(1) Marguerite, June 1, 1949.
(2) Patricia, b Nov. 27, 1950.
(3) Thomas Cornell, b Dec. 22, 1953.
(d) Barbara, b Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, May 2, 1927; m 1st Dec. 23, 1946, John Marshall Stewart, b Regina, Sas., Mar. 24, 1924; m 2nd Apr. 13, 1968, Kenric Rudolphus Marshall, b Mar. 21, 1915, Winipeg, Manitoba. Residences, Ottawa, Victoria, B.C., Halifax, N.S., Calgary, and Toronto.
Children of Barbara Stewart
(1) Robert Gordon, b Oct. 1, 1947.
(2) John Marshall, b July 10, 1949.
(e) Mary Jeannette, b Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 20, 1928; m Sept. 18, 1928, James Dane Dodge, b Newburyport, Mass., Oct. 15, 1921. She attended Radcliff College.
Children of Mary Jeannette Dodge
X-130 John David, b Waltham, Mass, May 24, 1891, d Jan. 4, 1892.
(1) Barbara Ellen.
(2) James Howe
(3) Peter Bryan
(4) John Worcester
(5) William Dane
(6) Nancy Elizabeth
(7) Martha Alice
Children of Barbara Porter
(a) Terrel, b Waltham, Mass., Nov. 30, 1922, m Mar. 11, 1944, Henry Ernest Cooper III, b Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 19, 1922. Waltham School for Girls, 1939; Ashley Hill H.S., 1940; Radcliff College, A.B., 1944.
Children of Terrel Cooper III
(1) Henry Ernest, b Waltham, Mass., May 18, 1945. Belmont H.S., 1964; Lake Forest College, 1968. U.S. Navy, 1965-68.
(2) Charles Terrell, b Waltham, Mass., May 31, 1950. Belmont H.S., Hobart College, Geneva, NY, B.A., 1972.
WILLIAM LORING WORCESTER (Francis8, Thomas7, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Waltham, Mass., Aug. 16, 1859; m Jan. 1, 1900, Ethel, dau of William and Emma (Warren) Burnham, Philadelphia, Sept. 28, 1872, d Intervale, NH, Nov. 18, 1912. A.B., Harvard, 1881; grad. N. Ch. Theol. Sch., 1885; Asst. Pastor of Philadelphia N. Ch. Soc., 1885-1894; Pastor, 1894-1911; Pres. N. Ch. Theol. Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 1908; Minister of Cambridge Soc. of the New Church, 1911; President of the New Church Theological School, Cambridge, Mass., 1908; General Pastor of the Pa. Association, 1899-1911; General Pastor of the Mass. Assn.; President of the General Convention of the Church of New Jerusalem. Rev. W.L. Worcester was the fourth minister in direct line. He accompanied his father on a journey to Egypt and Palestine, 1881-2. In 1904 he published On Holy Ground, Bible Stories with Pictures of the Holy Lands. He has also published several books entitled, Sower Notes together with sermons in the Helper and religious papers in the New Church Review.
William Loring Worcester
Children of William Loring WorcesterX-134 Margaret, b Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 24, 1901; m Sept. 9, 1926, Horace Wilkinson Briggs, b Sept. 29, 1899, Providence, RI. Vassar College, A.B., 1923. He was a minister of the Church of the New Jerusalem. Residences, Philadelphia, Pa., Cambridge, Mass., Lakewood, Oh., Washington, DC, Newtonville, Mass., Fryberg, Me.
Children of Margaret Briggs
(a) Jean Louise, b Washington, DC, May 28, 1929. Pierce School, W. Waltham, Mass., Chapel Hill School, Waltham, Mass.; Beaver Country Day School, Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Vassar College, A.B., 1951; Boston University, M.A., 1960; Howard University, Ph.D., 1967. Has spent a number of years living with Eskimos in western, central, and eastern Arctic (Alaska and Canada). Author of Never in Anger: Portrait of an Eskimo Family. Author of a number of articles on Eskimo psychology and related topics.
(b) William Worcester, b Washington, DC, Dec. 8, 1930; m Feb. 7, 1953, Jean Webster, b N. Conway, NH, Feb. 5, 1935. Pierce Schools, W. Waltham, Mass., Rivers Country Day School, Chestnut Hill, Mass, University of Maine, 1953. Draftsman.
Children of William Worcester Briggs
(1) William David, b Dec. 11, 1953.
(2) Rebecca Jean, b Oct. 4, 1955.
X-135 Elizabeth, b Philadelphia, Pa., May 22, 1903, d Sept. 15, 1971; m May 22, 1928, George Burnham Beaman, Jr., b Waltham, Mass., Aug. 13, 1905. Buckingham School, Cambridge, Mass.; Radcliff College, A.B., 1924. Concert singer, manager at consignment shop. He graduated Harvard College, S.B., 1927; Harvard Medical School, M.D., 1933. He was a Major in the AS Air Force Medical Corp. Residences, Newton, Mass., Stamford, Conn., Wellesley Hills, Mass., Cohasset, Mass., New London, NH.
(c) Horace Wilkinson, b Waterbury, Conn., Feb. 5, 1933; m June 10, 1955, Mary Ann Thiergartner, b Milford Center, Oh., Mar. 4, 1933. Oberlin College, A.B., 1955; Yale University, M.A., 1961; Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University, M.A., 1962; M.A.L.D., 1963, Ph.D., 1964. College professor. Residences, Washington, Conn., Newtonville, Mass., Freyberg, Me., Taiwan, Oberlin, Oh., New Haven, Conn., Cambridge, Mass., Burlington, Vt., Hayward, Calif., Los Angeles, Calif.
(d) Margaret Ethel, b W. Newton, Mass., June 10, 1938; m Aug. 28, 1957, Charles William Heffernan, b E. Waterboro, Mass., Jan. 11, 1929. Oberlin College; University of Michigan School of Music, Mus.B. 1960.Piano and flute teacher, professor of music, church organist and choir director. Residences, Newtonville, Mass, Freyberg, Me.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Bothell, Wash.; Seattle, Wash.; Rochester, Mich.; Tempe, Ariz.; Phoenix, Ariz.
Children of Elisabeth Beaman
(a) George Burnham, b Boston, Mass., Apr. 9, 1929; m Dec. 15, 1951, Meredith Ackerman, b Aug. 23, 1929; Darien, Conn., H.S., New York College of Music. She was a professional singer. She was President of Womens Fellowship, North Hampton United Church of Christ, Congregational. He attended Colorado College and Columbia University. Professional Senior Outside Salesman, Harvey Hubbell Comp., Bridgeport, Conn.
Children of George Burnham Beaman
(1) Peter Demarest, graduated from Philips-Exeter Academy, 1972; Mass. Inst. of Technology, B.S. Electrical Engineering.
(2) Richard Bancroft, b Waltham, Mass., June 28, 1909; m Mar. 12, 1944, Jeanne Hays, b Oct. 7, 1919, San Francisco, Calif. Exeter, 1928; Harvard university, S.B., Union Theological Seminary, B.D., 1935; Graduate studies at University of California at Berkeley and MIT, 1949. Artist, professor of painting and sculpture, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa.
(b) Constance, b Boston, Mass., Apr. 8, 1931; m June 20, 1953, Robert Bannon Dugan, b Apr. 21, 1931, Rochester, Pa. Westminster College, B.Mus.Ed., 1953. He graduated Westminster College, B.Ad., 1953; Syracuse University, L.L.B., 1958; Boston University, M. in Taxation, 1961. He was an attorney with the U.S. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service.
Children of Constance Dugan
(1) Carol Elizabeth.
(2) Amy Lorraine.
(3) Jennifer Ann.
X-136 Persis, b Philadelphia, Pa., October 16, 1905, d Sept. 13, 1950; m Oct. 17, 1931, William Llew son Amos Leslie and Eva (Ballinger) Rogers, b Plain City, Oh., July 27, 1904. Mt. Holyoke, B.A., 1927. He graduated Ohio Wesleyan, B.A., 1926; Boston University, S.T.B., and S.T.M., 1931. They traveled extensively in 1932-33 in the near east and India during which time they produced Padre Sahib, believed to be the first dramatic motion picture on foreign missions. This led to Mr. Rogers career as a specialist in visual education for churches and church schools.
(c) Barbara Elizabeth, b Boston, Mass., May 18, 1941; m Apr. 4, 1970, Michael George Manoogian, b Milford, Mass., Nov. 5, 1940. Boston University, B.FA, 1963. Theater, music and stage productions. Minister in Church of Scientology. Singer with New York Opera, Carnegie Hall, New York Philharmonic. Has been on professional tour with Paul Mauriot throughout the United States.
Children of Persis Rogers
(a) William Leslie, b Mar. 27, 1934. Ohio Wesleyan, B.A., 1955; Case Western University, Ph.D. in nuclear physics, 1968. Professor in nuclear medicine at the University of Michigan.
Children of William Leslie Rogers
(1) Virginia Ellen.
(2) Helen Elizabeth
(b) John Worcester, b June 24, 1937. Residence , Madeira Beach, Fla.
(c) Nancy Ballinger, b Nov. 2, 1940. Graduated from Westminster College, 1962. Residence, Largo, Fla.
(d) Persis Helen, b White Plains, N.Y., Aug. 7, 1944; m Richard Dodge Granger, Sept. 1, 1966, b New Rochelle, N.Y., Mar. 22, 1942. He grad. Alfred State Tech, AAS, 1964. She grad., University of Mass., 1967; SUNY, Plattsburgh, MST, 1992. She is the author of Adirondack Gold (Beaver Meadow Plublishing, 2003); editor, Shared Stories from Daughters of Alzheimer's, Universe, 2004.
Children of Persis Helen Granger
X-137 Warren Burnham.
(1) Robin Elizabeth, b Northampton, Mass., Apr. 1, 1966.
(2) Laurel Ann, b Northampton, Mass., Apr. 29, 1970
CHARLES FREDERICK WORCESTER (Samuel Augustus8, John Newton7, Jesse6, Noah6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Hollis, NH, Sept. 6, 1872; m Hollis, NH, Nov. 16, 1899, Florence May Tenney, b June 28, 1877, at the Tenney Homestead. Residence, Hollis, NH. Farmer and miller.
Children of Charles Frederick WorcesterX-139 Elizabeth Tenney, b Sept. 18, 1900, Hollis, NH., d Sept. 6, 1872; m Mar. 15, 1934, Albert Freeman Parker, b Oct. 28, 1910, Pepperell, Mass. He graduated from the University of Maine, B.A., 1932.
Children of Elizabeth Tenney Parker
(a) Susan Cutter, b June 25, 1936, Hollis, NH; m Dec. 17, 1960, Peter Fleming Cobleigh, b Melrose, Mass., Nov. 28, 1936. She graduated from the University of Michigan, B.A., 1958. He graduated Northeatern University, B.A., 1958. He was a Major in the U.S. Army Signal Corp.
Children of Susan Cutter Cobleigh
X-140 Helen Day, b Hollis, NH, Sept. 2, 1902, Hollis, NH; m Feb. 22, 1921, Harry Howe Bell, b Sept. 10, 1896; Colby Junior College; automobile dealer. She was a Representative in the NH legislature; would have run for the Senate but poor health prevented it.
(1) Deborah Ann, b Aug. 31, 1961, Monmouth, NJ
(2) Mark Fleming Christian, b July 7, 1964, Chinon, France.
Children of Helen Day Bell
(a) Nancy, b June 19, 1925; m Mar. 30, 1945, William Bliden. He was a Major in the U.S. Army during World War II; also a member of the OSS
Children of Nancy Bliden
(1) Fredericka, b Nashua, NH, Sept. 2, 1946; m June 6, 1970, Kurt Nathaniel Olson, b Nov. 27, 1939, Nashua, NH. She graduated from Leland Powers School of Theater. She was a TV and radio copywriter. He graduated with B.S. in hydrology; M.S.F. in forestry. Director of the Beaver Brook Association.
Children of Fredericka Olson
a- Hans Fletcher, b Aug. 16, 1972.
(b) Martha, b Nashua, NH, Aug. 17, 1931; m Samuel Rogers, Nov. 30, 1963, b Newton, Mass., Jan. 7, 1932. She graduated Jackson College, University of New Hampshire, B.A. He graduated Choate School; Tufts University.
Children of Martha Rogers
X-141 Franklin Augustus.
(1) Joseph Howe, b June 26, 1967
PHILIP HENRY WORCESTER (Henry Parker8, Henry Aiken7, Jesse6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Norfolk, Va., June 23, 1879; m NY City, Nov. 2, 1912, Mabel Leighton Hunter. He was two years at Mass. Inst. of Tech. Graduated West Point, M.A., 1904. Honor graduate Coast Artillery School, 1908. Graduate advanced course Coast Artillery School, 1909. Captain Coast Artillery Corp., U.S. Army.
|Samuel Austin Worcester||Hattie Alice Mohring|
Children of Samuel Austin Worcester
X-142 Harold Sidney.
X-143 Mabel Estelle, b Mar. 5, 1893, d June 5, 1904.
X-144 Samuel Austin, b May 19, 1894.
X-145 Carrie Anita, b May 17, 1896.
X-146 Leonard Fisher.
LEONARD WORCESTER (Leonard8, Samuel Austin7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Dayton, Ky., Aug. 26, 1863; m Mar. 2, 1889, Bernice Gertrude Beede, b June 14, 1868. Residence, Chihuahua, Mexico. Assayer and chemist.
Children of Leonard WorcesterX-147 Herbert Frankland, b Oct. 7, 1889; m El Paso, Tex., Sept. 4, 1913, Phoebe Marie Sheridan. Residence, Mogollon, NM. Electrical engineer.
EDWARD STRONG WORCESTER (John Hopkins8, John Hopkins7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b S. Orange, NJ, Apr. 14, 1876; m Oct. 12, 1909, Norwich, Conn., Mary, dau George and Lucy (Loring) Greenman. A.B., Princeton, 1896; B.D., Hartford Theo. Sem., 1901; Berlin University, 1901-2; taught at Princeton Preparatory School and Princeton University, 1896-98; Asst Pastor Broadway Congregational Church, Norwich, Conn., 1903-6; Pastor of same, 1906. He is the fourth minister in direct line. Residence, Norwich, Conn.
Children of Edward Strong WorcesterX-152 Richard Lyman.
LEONARD WORCESTER (John Hopkins8, John Hopkins7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b S. Orange, NJ, Dec. 29, 1879; m Merrimac, NH, Nov. 29, 1905, Grace Worthington Bushee.
Children of Leonard WorcesterX-153 Leonard Worthington, b E. Orange, NJ, May 20, 1909.
EVARTS LANGDON WORCESTER (George Steele8, Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., July 10, 1882, d Longmont, Colo., Jan. 13, 1968; m Apr. 12, 1905, Carolyn Louise Cleveland, b Chalotte, Vt., Dec. 8, 1885, d Longmont, Colo., Jan. 26, 1968. He was for one year in the University of Vermont. Residence, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, Phil. Isl., for about 10 years, then removed to Colorado, thence to Milwaukee, Wisc. for approximately 30 years, and finally to Longmont, Colorado. Salesman for the Fulton Comp. In Milwaukee, Wisc.
Children of George Evarts WorcesterX-155 George Edson.
Children of Ida Louise Johnston
(a) Elizabeth Louise, b Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 26, 1941; m Feb. 17, 1973, Gary Maurice Ball, b Denver, Colo., Dec. 15, 1948. She graduated from George Williams College, Chicago, Ill. Social worker. He graduated from the University of Colorado. Denver General Hospital, researcher.
X-158 Paul Fulton.
PHILIP GEORGE WORCESTER (George Steele8, Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., May 5, 1884; m Aug. 29, 1911, Mollie Brown, b Friendship, NY, Apr/ 4, 1887, d Boukder, Co., Aug. 14, 1975; d Boulder, Co., May 26, 1970. He graduated from University of Colorado, PhD and University of Chicacgo. Professor of Geology, Dean of the Graduate School, University of Denver, Boulder, Co. Phi Beta Kappa, Signa Xi,; awarded first Norlin Medal for Distinguished Service, University of Colorado. Who's Who in America, author of TRextbook of Geomorphology.
Children of Philip George Worcester
X-158a Philip George, b Boulder, Co., Dec. 19, 1914.
X-158b Robert Dean, b Boulder, Co., Jun. 20, 1916.
X-158c Willis George, b Boulder, Co., June 26, 1918.
X-158d John Byron, Boulder, Co., Dec. 5, 1923.
X-158e Mary Ellen, b Boulder, Co., Nov. 29, 1925.
WILLIAM EZRA WORCESTER (George Steele8, Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., Feb. 24, 1887; m Dec. 30, 1911, Mabel Ruth Bullis, b Medina Township, Mich., July 26, 1889. She graduated Ann Arbor H.S. Librarian. He graduated University of Michigan, B.A. He was Vice-President in charge of sales, Kinney Mfg. Co. (vacuum pumps). He was a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers; member of the Pan American Engineering Congress in Brazil, 1949; member and president of the Thetford Board of Trustees, Thetford Academy. Mr. Worcester developed a method for pumping asphalt in liquid form which revolutionized the asphalt refining and paving industries thus saving taxpayers millions of dollars to resurface roads. Residences, Media, Pa.; Newton, Mass.; and Thetford, Vt.
Children of William Ezra WorcesterX-159 William Ezra.
Children of Elizabeth Deily
(a) Robert Howard Josiah, b Santa Fe, NM, May 18, 1945. B.A., Cornell University; J.D., Albany Law School. Residence,, Albany, NY.
(b) William Edward, b Lexington, Ky., Oct. 21, 1947; m Aug. 13, 1972, Ann Beth Sarachan, b Oct. 16, 1948. She graduated University of Rochester, B.A., M.A., M.S., Vanderbuilt University; Ph.D. S.U.N.Y. at Albany. He graduated with a B.A., Drew University; J.D., Duke University Law School. Residence, Hudson, NY
(c) Jonathan David, Albany, NY, Apr. 22, 1950; m June 9, 1973, Pamela Chris Wilber, b Chatham, NY, Nov. 27, 1951. She graduated with B.S. from State College at Fredonia, NY, clinical speech therapist. He graduated Albany Law School, J.D. He was vice-chairman of the ABA Natl Committee on Law Office Management. Practicing attorney in Delmar, NY.
X-161 Ruth Mabel, b Media, Pa., Jan. 25, 1918; m Feb. 22, 1944, Paul Leslie Johnson, b Oct. 22, 1916, Jackson, Me., B.S., University of Maine, farmer. She graduated from University of Maine, B.S. Teacher. Residence, Gorham, Me.
Children of Ruth Mabel Johnson
X-162 Philip Leigh.
(a) Margaret Ellen, b Bangor, Me., Dec. 8, 1946; m June 8, 1968, Richard Ward Stubbs, b Waterbury, Conn., July 26, 1946, B.A., University of Connecticut. He was a Captain in the US Army. She graduated University of Connecticut, B.S. Physical therapist. Residence, Fort Dix, NJ.
(b) Nancy Eleanor, b Portland, Me., Feb. 15, 1951. Graduate of University of Maine, B.S. Intern at St. Mary Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Residence, Gorham, Me.
(c) Kenneth Leigh, b Portland, Me., Aug. 5, 1952; m Apr. 28, 1973, Bonnie Marie Libby, b June 26, 1953, Westbrook, Me. He attended Southern Methodist Vocational Technical School. US Army
DEAN AMORY WORCESTER (George Steele8, Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Thetford, Vt., Mar. 21, 1889; m May 29, 1917, Elsie Rohwer, b Feb. 10, 1892, Telluride, Colo., d Boulder, Colo., Jan. 21, 1965; B.A., University of Colorado. He died Seattle, Was., Apr. 12, 1982. He graduated University of Colorado, B.A., 1911, M.A., 1921, Ohio State University, Ph.D., 1926. Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi; Phi Delta Kappa. President Sigma Xi at Univ. of Nebraska. Member, American Psychological Association, College of Teachers of Educ; American Educ. Research Association; American Assn. University Professors; American Assn for the Advancement of Science. Professor of Supplemental Education, Philippine Islands. Principal, Cheyenne H.S., Wyoming. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska for nearly 30 years. Also taught at various colleges and universities, including, University of Wisconsin, University of Arizona, Kansas State University, Ohio State University, University of New Mexico, Army University in France, and Ohio University. College professor. Residences, Thetford, Vt.; Boulder, Colo.; Philippines; Albuquerque, NM; Cheyenne, Wyo.; Emporia, Kansas; Lincoln, Neb.; Tucson, Ariz.
Children of Dean Amory WorcesterX-163 Dean Amory.
Children of Catherine Elsie Hutton
(a) Ann Catherine, b Norfolk, Neb., Oct. 23, 1956
(b) Laura Lynne, b Norfolk, Neb., Mar 30, 1964.
FREDERICK LEAS WORCESTER (Dean Conant8, Ezra Carter7, Leonard6, Noah5, Francis4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Ann Arbor, Mich., May 19, 1898, d N. Thetford, Vt., Dec. 31, 1959; m Dec. 20, 1937, Elizabeth MacPherran, b Feb. 4, 1904, Marquette, Mich., grad. Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass. 2 years at Smith College. He graduated University of Michigan, B.A., Business Administration. Manager of the Philippine Desiccated Coconut Corporation in Zamboanga, Philippines from 1922 to 1941. He entered the United States Naval Reserve on Dec. 19, 1934 as a Lieutenant. At the start of the Second World War he was called into active duty. He worked on censorship in Manila. He was one of the last to make it to Corregidor and thereafter sent south on a special mission before it fell and did intelligence work with the guerrilla forces in Mindonao and Negros, during which time he was listed as missing in action. He was evacuated by submarine in 1944, hospitalized in Brisbane, Australia, then had six months with the Navy Department in Washington, DC, and then returned overseas with the Philippine Sea Frontier for another year. Towards the end of the war, he reverted to civilian status and went to work with the staff of the High Commissioner of the Philippines. In 1946 when the Philippines were granted independence, he went back into business, as Vice-President and General Manager of the Philippine Refining Co. in Manila. In 1949 ill health forced him to retire and went to live in Montego Bay, Jamaica, until his death. Military honors: Philippine Defense, two stars; Philippine Liberation, three stars; American Defense Service Ribbon, one star; Silver Star Medal; Distinguished Service Medal of the Philippines; Presidential Unit Citation with one palm (Army). Residences, Philippines; Washington, DC; Jamaica, West Indies; Asheville, NC (summer residence).
Children of Frederick Leas WorcesterX-166 Cynthia Leas, b Duluth, Minn., Apr. 24, 1941, graduated Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., Mt. Holyoke College, B.A.; m Sept. 1, 1962, David Carey Shanks, b Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 2, 1939, B.A., Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, MBA, University of Delaware; executive with Eastern Air Lines. Residences, Wilmington, Del., Huntington Station, NY.
Children of Cynthia Leas Shanks
(a) Nanon Clarke, b Sept. 20, 1965.
(b) Kirsten Conant, b Mar. 2, 1971.
(c) Andrew MacPherran, b Nov. 12, 1971.
X-167 Elizabeth MacPherran, b Duluth, Minn., Mar. 18, 1945, graduated Abbot Academy, Andover, NH, B.A., University of Illinois; m Sept. 3, 1966, Robert William Numrich, b Aurora, Ill., Jan. 30, 1943, Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Minnesota. Following their marriage, they spent two years with the Peace Corp in Ghana, West Africa. Residences, Minneapolis, Minn., and St. Paul.
Children of Elizabeth MacPherran Numrich
(a) Philip Wixom, b Feb. 22, 1972.
Children of Benjamin Frederick WorcesterX-168 Lee.
Children of Paul J. WorcesterX-171 Paul J., Residence Weymouth, Mass.
FREDERICK COOPER WORCESTER (Ira
Children of Fred Cooper WorcesterX-174a George B., b Jan. 17, 1887. Houghton Mining School.
WILLARD NEWELL WORCESTER (Ira8, Arad7, John6, John5, John4, Francis3, Samuel2, William1) b Detroit, Mich., July 17, 1857, m 1st Mabel Clarke, Aug. 19, 1884, b Coldwater, Mich., June 6, 1864, d Coldwater, Mich., Nov. 17, 1885, m 2d July 21, 1888, Kate Frances Seeley, b Coldwater, Mich., Oct. 2, 1863.
Children of William Newell Worcester by first marriageIX-174b Sarah Caroline, b Coldwater, Mich., May 26, 1885.
Children of William Newell Worcester by second marriageIX-174c Willard Seely, b Jan. 6, 1890. Wellesely College.