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Mary Ann Ketcher1

#7561, born 1808, died 1874
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joseph Ketcher1 born 6 April 1779, died about June 1849
Mother*Mary Spurgin1

Life Events

Birth*18081 
Death*18741 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Sarah Ketcher1

#7562, born 1811
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joseph Ketcher1 born 6 April 1779, died about June 1849
Mother*Mary Spurgin1

Life Events

Birth*18111 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Joseph Ketcher1

#7563, born 1810
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joseph Ketcher1 born 6 April 1779, died about June 1849
Mother*Mary Spurgin1

Life Events

Birth*18101 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Nathaniel Ketcher1

#7564, born 1707, died 1791
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel A. Coons

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Rebecca Surrey1 
Birth*1707; Bradwell-near-the-sea, Essex, England1 
Death*17911 

Family

Rebecca Surrey born 1707, died 1780
Child
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Rebecca Surrey1

#7565, born 1707, died 1780
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel A. Coons

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Nathaniel Ketcher1 
Birth*17071 
Death*17801 

Family

Nathaniel Ketcher born 1707, died 1791
Child
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

William Ketcher1

#7566, born 1767, died 1767
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Ketcher1 born about 1739
Mother*Rachel Lover1

Life Events

Death*17671 
Birth*17671 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

William Ketcher1

#7567, born 1771, died 1818
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Ketcher1 born about 1739
Mother*Rachel Lover1

Life Events

Birth*17711 
Death*18181 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Mary Ketcher1

#7568, born 1773, died 1841
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Ketcher1 born about 1739
Mother*Rachel Lover1

Life Events

Birth*17731 
Death*18411 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Nathaniel Ketcher1

#7569, born 1776, died 1845
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Ketcher1 born about 1739
Mother*Rachel Lover1

Life Events

Birth*17761 
Death*18451 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Edward Ketcher1

#7570, born 1781
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Ketcher1 born about 1739
Mother*Rachel Lover1

Life Events

Birth*17811 
Last Edited27 March 2011

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/18263177. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Edmond Freeman

#7571, born before 15 July 1596, died November 1682
Relationship11th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel A. Coons

Life Events

Birth*before 15 July 15961 
Baptism15 July 1596; St. Mary's Church, Pulborough, Sussex, England1 
Note*Biographical Sketch; Edmond Freeman (b.1596)
Dawes-Gates, p. 349-64, gives a well-documented account showing that Edmond Freeman was baptized 25 July 1596 at St. Mary's Church, Pulborough, Sussex, the son of Edmond and [p.294] Alice (Coles) Freeman, and he died 2 November 1682 at Sandwich, Plymouth Colony. He married (1) at Cowfold, Sussex, on 16 June 1617 Bennett Hodsoll, daughter of John and Faith (_____) (Bacon) Hodsoll, who died in 1630 at Pulborough and (2) Elizabeth, whose surname is not known, but who may have been a widow Perry. He sailed for New England with four surviving children and some other people with his surname on the Abigail in July 1635, and he settled first at Saugus (Lynn) in the Bay Colony. He was evidently the leader of the Saugus men who moved in 1637 to Sandwich, and it was to him that a deed was granted as agent for the others. He became an Assistant in Plymouth Colony, but was not reelected in 1646, and Edward Winslow wrote to Gov. John Winthrop in Boston that "I suppose the country left [Freeman] out in regard of his professed Anabaptistry & Separacon from the Churches" (MHS Collections, 4th Series, 6:178). The Dawes-Gates account shows also that he was of an unorthodox nature for his time and place, and was later sympathetic to the Quakers. He had business interests of his own in New England, and he had a power of attorney in behalf of his brother-in-law, John Beauchamp, who had continued as one of the four London Undertakers after the other Adventurers sold out their interests.
His will dated 21 June 1682, proved 2 November 1682, named his three "sons," Edmond Freeman, John Freeman, and Edward Perry (whose wife Mary has sometimes been assumed to have been a daughter of Edmond Freeman, but there is no evidence for this, and thus Perry may have been the son of Freeman's second wife). Also named were his daughter Elizabeth Ellis, and his grandsons Matthias Freeman and Thomas Paddy (MD 12:248). His son Edmond married (1) Rebecca Prence, daughter of Thomas and (2) Margaret Perry. His son John married Mercy Prence, daughter of Thomas. His daughter Elizabeth married John Ellis. His other children were Alice Freeman, who married William Paddy, and a daughter Bennett and a son Nathaniel, both of whom died young. For additional comments on the Perrys, see Lydia B. (Phinney) Brownson and Maclean McLean, "Ezra Perry of Sandwich, Mass. (c. 1625-1689)," NEHGR 115:86.

[Excerpted from Stratton, Eugene A., Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691. Ancestry Publishing Co, Salt Lake City, UT. 1986. pp.293f.]1 
Immigration*1635; Ship: The Abigail2 
Note3 April 1637; Sandwich, Massachusetts; History of Barnstable County, Massachusetts

edited by Simeon L. Deyo.

1890. New York: H. W. Blake & Co



pages 264-302 of CHAPTER XIV.

TOWN OF SANDWICH.

Location and Description. —Settlement and Early Growth. —Domestic Affairs. —Accession of Settlers. —List of Inhabitants in 1730. —Continued Advancement. —Firing the Woods. —The Town's Poor. —The Revolutionary Period. —The Present Century. — Villages. —Civil History. —Churches. —Schools. —Societies. —Cemeteries.

—Biographical Sketches. [separate file]
THE history of Sandwich as a white man's settlement now covers a period of 253 years embracing 48 years preceding the formation of Barnstable county. Prior to 1654 the records of the proprietors are meagre and nearly illegible, but the events recorded are those common to the early history of the plantations of Plymouth colony, and are fraught with the domestic incidents and names so reverently preserved by the present generation. Notwithstanding the records prior to 1884 embrace also the history of Bourne, the compilation of the history of the settlement and growth of Sandwich will be confined to the territory now encompassed within its bounds, so far as a careful research into the musty pages of the past may render the facts separable.

Sandwich is the second town on the north side of the Cape from the main land, fronting for several miles on Cape Cod bay, which forms its northern boundary. The peculiar rhomboidal shape of the town from the line of the bay renders its boundary complicated. Barnstable forms the eastern boundary, extending from near Scorton harbor southwesterly to the northeast corner of Mashpee ; the towns forming the southern boundary are Falmouth and Mashpee, the latter also being the eastern boundary for the southwestern portion of Sandwich; and Bourne forms the western according to the division line of 1884 described in the chapter on that town. The area of Sandwich within the perimeter given is 20,955 acres, the surface of which, excepting the salt marshes along the bay, presents a beautiful diversity of undulations in which hills and downs blend in pleasing variety. The valleys contain ponds and rivulets. The central and southern portions of the town are still covered with large tracts of woods affording game of the smaller

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sort. The soil is a sandy loam on the elevations, and a fertile alluvium around the ponds and in the valleys.

The ponds are numerous, the larger ones being Peter's, containing 176 acres; Spectacle, of 151 acres; Triangle, 84; Snake, 76; and Lawrence, 70. The smaller ponds worthy of mention are Ellis, of 25 acres; Mill, southwest of Sandwich village, 47; Weeks, 12; and two at East Sandwich, of 12 acres each. Of these ponds only one has a visible outlet; the one southwest of the village supplies Mill river with power for mills. Wakeby pond, connected with the Mashpee, is partially surrounded by the territory of Sandwich.

The inhabitants have always paid much attention to agricultural and mechanical pursuits, and less than do those of the neighboring towns to maritime employments. Besides the culture of the usual crops large quantities of cranberries are successfully raised in every part. Orchards of all kinds are a source of profit. Fishing is one of the occupations of the residents, but not a large amount of shipping is owned and that small, only sufficient for home pursuits. The harbors, too small for important commerce and large shipping, are adequate for the wants of the town, and this fact has assisted in determining the prevailing occupations of its people.

The territory of Sandwich, prior to 1637, was embraced in the unsettled portions of the vast tract granted to William Bradford and his associates then called the council of Plymouth, and to this council the people of the town were subject, especially in the affairs of the church. No person was permitted "to live or inhabit within the Government of New Plymouth without the leave and liking of the Governor and his assistants." No laws had been made touching political and civil rights until November 15, 1636. A civil power— not church government—.was then needed to prevent and correct a conflict of interests in the growing colony. Then it was enacted that annually an election should be held, "but confined to such as shall be admitted as freemen," to whom a stringent oath was prescribed; and none were to be admitted but such as were "orthodox in the fundamentals of religion, and possessed of a ratable estate of twenty pounds." The idea was inculcated that colonies could be established with the right of representation, which was an incentive to the enterprising to seek other lands. Historians assert, that religious considerations also led the ten Saugus (Lynn) pioneers to seek this first plantation of the Cape. Whatever their motives, after deliberation they concluded that the Plymouth colony could be no more stringent than the Massachusetts, nor present more obstacles to their aspirations; so they sought and obtained permission from the colony of Plymouth to locate a plantation at Shaume, now Sandwich. The record says: ''April 3, 1637, it is also agreed by the Court that these

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ten men of Saugus, viz., Edmund Freeman, Henry Feake, Thomas Dexter, Edward Dillingham, William Wood, John Carman, Richard Chadwell, William Almy, Thomas Tupper, and George Knott, shall have liberty to view a place to sit down, and have sufficient lands for three-score families, upon the conditions propounded to them by the governor and Mr. Winslow."

That year these men except Thomas Dexter, who came subsequently, settled with their families in and near that part of the town now occupied by the village of Sandwich.3 
Death*November 16821 

Family

Child
Last Edited11 April 2011

Benajah Pratt1

#7572, born say 1630
Relationship9th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joshua* Pratt1 born about 1605?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656
Mother*Bathsheba Frye1 born about 1610?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656

Life Events

Birth*say 16301 
Last Edited12 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S472] New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS.

Jonathan Pratt1

#7573, born say 1637
Relationship9th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joshua* Pratt1 born about 1605?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656
Mother*Bathsheba Frye1 born about 1610?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656

Life Events

Birth*say 16371 
Last Edited12 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S472] New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS.

Bathsheba Pratt1

#7574, born say 1639
Relationship9th great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Joshua* Pratt1 born about 1605?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656
Mother*Bathsheba Frye1 born about 1610?, died between 29 June 1652 and 5 October 1656

Life Events

Birth*say 16391 
Last Edited12 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S472] New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS.

Caleb Barton1

#7575, born 1725, died 15 March 1819

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Rose Unknown1 
Birth*1725; Scarsdale, Westchester, New York1 
Death*15 March 1819; Amenia, Dutchess, New York1 

Family

Rose Unknown
Child
Last Edited13 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S409] Family records, e-mail address.

Rose Unknown1

#7576

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Caleb Barton1 

Family

Caleb Barton born 1725, died 15 March 1819
Child
Last Edited13 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S409] Family records, e-mail address.

Charles D. Worden1,2

#7577, born 1818
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
AtDNA-Proven Worden Line
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Residence*East Line, Saratoga, New York; now (ca 1926) called Worden Crossing, near Saratoga Springs1 
Birth*18182 
Marriage*before 1842; probably, because son William Wallace was born in 1842, per 1860 census; Principal=Elizabeth Badgley1 
Marriage*before 1860; probably, because son Charles Edward was born in 1860, per 1860 Census, and his first wife died in 1852; Principal=Anne Mac Namee1 
Census*1860; Malta, Saratoga, New York; age 42, with wife Ann age 40, Charles E. 3 mos., William 18, and a boarder (perhaps Ann's father) Moses Van Name2 

Family 1

Elizabeth Badgley born 1817, died 16 August 1852
Child

Family 2

Anne Mac Namee
Child
Last Edited1 January 2012

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S312] Census, 1860.

Isaac Worden1

#7578, born 1822
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Birth*18222 
Marriage*before 1849; Principal=Betsey Mixter3 
Census1850; Warrensburgh, Warren, New York; age 24, shoemaker, with wife Betsy 23 and child Mary E. age 1.3 
Census1860; Warrensburgh, Warren, New York; age 32, shoemaker, with child Mary E. Worden 11, Amelia Bedinell 27 (widow), and Homer Ross 154 
MarrOther*after 1860; Principal=Eunice C. Morgan5 
Note*between 1863 and 1865; Draft record, Warrensburgh, Warren, New York; age 41, shoemaker6 
Census1870; Warrensburgh, Warren, New York; age 48, boot and shoemaker, living with a family headed by Miles Thomas, wife Sarah age 41 and children Albert 18, Charles A. 16, Addie B. 9, and Eliza Mister 32, a domestic servant.7 
Census*1880; District 126, Warrensburgh, Warren, New York; age 58, shoemaker, with wife Eunice C. age 472 
Burial*Warrensburg Cemetery, Warrensburgh, Warren, New York5 

Family 1

Betsey Mixter born 1827
Children

Family 2

Eunice C. Morgan died 21 May 1885
Last Edited10 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S312] Census, 1880.
  3. [S312] Census, 1850.
  4. [S312] Census, 1860.
  5. [S499] Worden Family Association http://www.wordenfamilyassoc.org, Email from Pat Warden, archivist, 16 Jul 2011. Hereinafter cited as WFA Database online.
  6. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, U. S. Civil War Draft Registration Records - http://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=1666&iid=32178_645874_0048-00360&fn=Isaac&ln=Worden&st=r&ssrc=&pid=860633
  7. [S312] Census, 1870.

John Worden1

#7579, born 1818, died 15 May 1863
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Birth*1818; New York2 
Marriage*before 1837?; Principal=Elisa Unknown2,3 
Census*1850; Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York; age 32, laborer, with wife Elisa age 36, daughter Lucinda 13, and stepdaughter Sarah Agan 15.4 
Marriage*24 November 1850; Principal=Elizabeth Norton5 
Milit-Beg*1 November 1862; Civil War, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York; He enlisted in Company I New York 159th Infantry Regiment6 
Death*15 May 1863; Marine Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana; in service6 

Family 1

Elisa Unknown born 1814, died 26 October 1850

Family 2

Child

Family 3

Elizabeth Norton
Last Edited23 July 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S312] Census, 1850.
  3. [S294] Worden Family Association, "Wordens Past", http://wordenfamilyassoc.org/WP_archive/newsletters/vol_XII/no_2/aug_91.pdf
  4. [S312] Census, 1880.
  5. [S499] Worden Family Association http://www.wordenfamilyassoc.org, Email from Pat Warden, archivist, 16 Jul 2011; Wordens Past (citing Poughkeepsie newspaper item dated Nov 27, 1850) Vol. XII No. 2, Aug 1991, p. 778; also http://wordenfamilyassoc.org/WP_archive/newsletters/vol_XVI/no_4/feb_96.pdf, p. 1216. Hereinafter cited as WFA Database online.
  6. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, U. S. Civil War Records and Profiles.

William Worden1

#7580
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Note*never married1 
Last Edited10 October 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).

Betsy Worden1

#7581
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Birth*and died a young lady1 
Last Edited15 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).

Phebe Worden1

#7582
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776
Last Edited15 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).

Elizabeth Badgley1

#7583, born 1817, died 16 August 1852
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden

Life Events

Birth*18172 
Marriage*before 1842; probably, because son William Wallace was born in 1842, per 1860 census; Principal=Charles D. Worden1 
Death*16 August 1852; Dunning St. Cemetery, Saratoga, New York2 

Family

Charles D. Worden born 1818
Child
Last Edited1 January 2012

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S424] Web page, Findagrave.com http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Worden&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=36&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GSsr=241&GRid=79785397&df=all&. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

William Wallace Worden1

#7584, born 1842, died 28 May 1915
Worden Hotel, Saratoga Springs, NY
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Charles D. Worden born 1818
Mother*Elizabeth Badgley1 born 1817, died 16 August 1852

Life Events

Note*Excerpted from an Ancestry.com "story":
This is written in 2008 by Joi Espelund.
"The information herein has recently come to my knowledge. It has come from two sources - a distant cousin recently found through Ancestry.com and my mother's memories inspired by that distant cousin, Elisa. So, here is the story as I have it.
William Worden never married or had children. But he became quite a successful business man in his area. He owned a hotel ~the Worden Hotel ~ in Saratoga Springs, New York at the turn of the last century. One day, his brother, Charles E. Worden, was bringing a lunch to William and was in some sort of an accident with a train. It is unsure if he lost his legs or just the use of them. Though he survived the accident, he was disabled. William profited greatly when he sold the hotel some time in 1913 or 14. He apparently felt much concern for his brother and the maintenance of his family...."2 
Birth*18423,1 
Civil War*1864; Tombstone includes phrase: He was a soldier of the Republic.4,5 
Census1880; age 33, single6 
Census*1910; head of household, age 68, b. New York, with Ella F. Jordan, housekeeper, and two boarders.7 
Death19155 
Obituary*28 May 1915; Saratoga, N.Y.__William W. Worden, who was a Presidential Elector for Garfield in 1888, and was widely known throughout Northern New York, died here today. Mr. Worden was former Sheriff of the county and Postmaster of the village and had been a Republican State Committeeman and delegate to many national conventions. He was 71 years old and was at one time proprietor of the Worden Hotel and was also a former president of the Congress Spring Company and a director of the Saratoga Racing Association and the Adirondack Trust Company. He was a veteran of the Civil War.8 
Burial*Greenridge Cemetery, Saratoga Springs, Saratoga, New York5 
Last Edited1 January 2012

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1583394/person/-1348676819
  3. [S312] Census, 1860.
  4. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
    Original data: Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M233, 81 rolls); Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, 1780’s-1917, Record Group 94; National Archives, Washington, D.C.The Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL, USA: The Chicago Tribune, 1850-1985.
    The Hartford Courant. Hartford, CT, USA: The Hartford Courant, 1791-1942.
  5. [S424] Web page, Findagrave.com http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Worden&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=36&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GSsr=1001&GRid=54476025&df=all&. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  6. [S312] Census, 1880.
  7. [S312] Census, 1910: District 0136, Saratoga Springs Ward 6, Saratoga, NY.
  8. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851-2003 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
    Original data:
    The New York Times. New York, NY, USA: The New York Times, 1851-2001.
    The Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, CA, USA: The Los Angeles Times, 1881-1894.
    The Boston Globe. Boston, MA, USA: The Boston Globe, 1872-1922.
    The Chicago Defender. Chicago, IL, USA: The Chicago Defender, 1921-1975.
    The Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL, USA: The Chicago Tribune, 1850-1985.
    The Hartford Courant. Hartford, CT, USA: The Hartford Courant, 1791-1942.

Anne Mac Namee1

#7585
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden

Life Events

Marriage*before 1860; probably, because son Charles Edward was born in 1860, per 1860 Census, and his first wife died in 1852; Principal=Charles D. Worden1 

Family

Charles D. Worden born 1818
Child
Last Edited1 January 2012

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).

Elisa Unknown1

#7587, born 1814, died 26 October 1850
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden

Life Events

Birth*18141 
Marriage*before 1837?; Principal=John Worden1,2 
Death*26 October 18503 

Family

John Worden born 1818, died 15 May 1863
Last Edited23 July 2011

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1850.
  2. [S294] Worden Family Association, "Wordens Past", http://wordenfamilyassoc.org/WP_archive/newsletters/vol_XII/no_2/aug_91.pdf
  3. [S499] Worden Family Association http://www.wordenfamilyassoc.org, Email from Pat Warden, archivist, 16 Jul 2011; Wordens Past (citing Poughkeepsie newspaper item dated Nov 30, 1850) Vol. XII No. 2, Aug 1991, p. 778. Hereinafter cited as WFA Database online.

Lucinda Worden1

#7588, born 1837
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*John Worden1 born 1818, died 15 May 1863

Life Events

Birth*18371 
Last Edited16 July 2011

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1850.

Cornelius Worden1

#7589, born 1803, died October 1860
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden
Father*Leonard Worden1 born about 1776, died 1841
Mother*Amy Montross1 born after 1776

Life Events

Birth*1803; Hyde Park, Dutchess, New York2 
Note*1829; Cornelius joined the US Army in Sept 1829 (Age 29) at Albany, NY. Records indicate that he was a "laborure" from Hyde Park, NY; 5 ft 8 1/2 inches tall, blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion. His commitment was for a 5 year enlistment. Apparently his last duty station was at Fort Mitchell, AL. where he was discharged on April 30, 1832 on a "Surgen's Certificate" (ie., medical discharge) .
[Extract frrom "exploresouthernhistory.com": Fort Mitchell was in present day Russell County, first established in 1813 as a base for Georgia troops during the Creek War of 1813-1814. It was an important post on the American frontier for nearly three decades. The fort remained an important U.S. Army post through the rest of the War of 1812, of which the Creek War was an independent part, as well as the First Seminole War of 1817- 1818. Eventually it was replaced with a smaller and better constructed stockade. Fort Mitchell also servied as a key point for operations during the Creek War of 1836 and was the starting point for the Creek or Muskogee Trail of Tears.]
After being discharged at Fort Mitchell, Cornelius stayed in the nearby Alabama- Georgia area where he is recorded to have been a farmer. He met and married Gilly Ann Wiggins on Feb 12, 1835. The marriage took place in Chambers County, AL. US Census indicates Gilly Ann was born in Georgia (abt. 1816) and they had 4 children: Amy E. (1836), Mary Ann (1839), Washington (1842), and Gilly Ann (1845). Cornelius died in Tallapoosa County, Al in October 1860 of Typhoid fever.
Daughter Mary Ann Worton, married John Henry Hamby, Daughter Gilly Ann Worton, married John Griffin. John William Hamby, son John Henry Hamby, married the daughter of Gilly Ann Worden, Margaritte Viriginia Griffin.3 
Marriage*12 February 1835; Principal=Gillie Ann Wiggins4 
Death*October 1860; He died of typhoid fever in Alabama and does not appear on the 1860 census5 

Family

Gillie Ann Wiggins born 1816, died 1880
Children
Last Edited21 January 2015

Citations

  1. [S308] Family records, The Worden Family, author Percy Clifford Briggs, written 27 Dec 1926, found in family papers of Bonnie Briggs' mother April 2011 (via Kathlyn Osmond).
  2. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, U. S. Army Record of Enlistments 1798-1914 http://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=view&r=an&dbid=1198&iid=MIUSA1798_102878-00210&fn=Cornelius&ln=Worden&st=r&ssrc=pt_t8572651_p-927558995_kpidz0q3d-927558995z0q26pgz0q3d32768z0q26pgPLz0q3dpid&pid=114283
  3. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, Family story "New York to Alabama" at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8572651/person/-927558995/story/be2d8b88-825d-47d1-9c39-1e805b1b6d2d?src=search
  4. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8572651/person/-927556772
  5. [S312] Census, 1860.

Gillie Ann Wiggins1

#7590, born 1816, died 1880
ChartsDescendants of Peter Worden

Life Events

Birth*1816; Georgia1 
Marriage*12 February 1835; Principal=Cornelius Worden1 
Census*1880; Goodwater, Coosa, Alabama; with son Washington and his family2 
Death*18801 

Family

Cornelius Worden born 1803, died October 1860
Children
Last Edited16 April 2011

Citations

  1. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8572651/person/-927556772
  2. [S312] Census, 1880.