Woodworths in wills,
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provided by Harry Woodworth
|Woodworth, Archie O.||Comment by Harry:
Archie O Woodworth arrived in Montreal Sep 6, 1929, his first time in Canada. He was a married man, so he must have been married in Massachusetts. His wife was not with him when he arrived. He was a designer for the United Last Co, Montreal. Since we have the different-from-Scituate-Walter 1, Quebec Woodworth lines, I want to make sure that Archie O /Archibald Orville Woodworth, is not listed anywhere as a "missing" in this Quebec line.
|Boston Herald, Mon, Dec 27,
Crowley, of Somerville, Dec 25, Agnes Elizabeth (Walsh). Beloved wife of the late Lt. Joseph Crowley of Som.Police Dept. Devoted sister of Ruth Ford of Brookline, and the late Mary Russell, Mildred WOODWORTH, William, Francis, James, and Robert Walsh. Loving aunt of Carol WOODWORTH. Funeral from the Cataldo Funeral Home, 374 Broadway, Somerville, Tuesday at 9:15 A.M. Funeral Mass in St. Ann's Church, Medford St., Somerville, at 10:00 A.M. Visiting hours Monday 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 P.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.
|Woodworth, Lucy||27 Sep 1903, Chelsea, Mass
Ottway L Herring & Alice E Warren. He 49, resident of 45 Parker, a janitor, b Eastport, Maine, s/o Richard & Lucy (WOODWORTH); she 52, resident of 83 Tudor, b Boston, dau/o Joseph S & Alice B (Hanson). 1st m for both, by Alan A Stockdale, Minister of the Gospel, res Beachmont, at Revere [MA VR Marriages: Chelsea, Vol 539, p 309].
|WOODWORTH, Minerva I.||ALBERT "AL" ALLEN - Sunday,
2/5/2006, Burlington County (NJ) Times
Medford, NJ resident
Albert "Al" Allen of Medford, NJ died Friday, Feb 3, 2006 at St Francis Medical Center in Trenton. He was 84. Born in Atlantic City, Al was a resident of Medford since 1968. He served in the US Navy during WW II, serving in both theatres of the war. Al was the former Chief of Taunton Fire Company # 252. He was a Life Member of Taunton Fire Co. He was a founding member of the Maple Shade Rescue Squad. As a child, Al worked as a professional dancer. Al was retired from Acme Markets where he worked as an electrician.
Al is the beloved husband of 57 years of Minerva I. (nee WOODWORTH). He is the father of Patricia Marshall, Linda Wills, Gail Kormann, and Joan (Glenn) Schifferdecker, all of Medford and Lorraine Allen of Willingboro. He is the grandfather of Kimberly Glynn, Kristen Marshall, Jennifer, Jeremy and Joshua Wills, James Kormann, Jr., Kristal Moscharis, Emily and Erin Schifferdecker and the late John Marshall. He is the great grandfather of Meagan, Brendan and Kate Glynn. He is the brother of Alberta Conesky of Margate.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, 11 AM, at the Lechner Funeral Home, 24 N Main St, Medford (609-654-2298). A viewing will be held Monday evening, 7-9 PM and Tuesday morning, 10-11 AM at the funeral home. Memorial contributions in Al's memory would be appreciated to Compassionate Care Hospice, 516 High St, Mt Holly, NJ 08060 or Taunton Volunteer Fire Co, 31 Fairview Rd, Medford, NJ 08055. Condolences can be sent at www.lechnerfuneralhome.com
|Burlington County (NJ) Times
Medford, NJ resident
|Woodworth, Cora Lee||EARL E BORGER - May 15, 2000
- 86, a resident of Mrs Bush's Personal Care Home in Kunkletown and
frmly of Aquashicola and Kresgeville, d Mon May 15 in St Luke's Hosp,
Fountain Hill. He was b in Kunkletown, s/o the late Elmer & Cora (Kleintop)
Borger, and h/o the late B Lillian (Andrews) Borger.
OCC: NJ Zinc Co in Palmerton, retired fm there as the general foreman of the anhydrous ammonia plant.
GRAD: Palmerton High School. CHH: Salem St Paul Lutheran in Kresgeville. F: 11 am Fri May 19, Wm H Kresge FH, Rt 209, Brodheadsville, Rev Deborah Scheffey officiate. BUR: Gilbert Cem. DONATE: Lehigh Valley Kidney Foundation.
SURV: a s, Douglas of Bowmanstown; 3 daus, CORA LEE WOODWORTH of Grantham, NH, Lila Bundick of Ponce Inlet, FL, and Mary Lou Pisoncik of Irvine, CA; a sis, Velma Kleintop Behler of Palmerton; 6 gch; 3 STEP-GCH; 6 g-gch. Predeceased by 2 bros, Norman and Stanley.
|from the Pocono (PA) Record.|
|WOODWORTH, BEVERLY||"SHIRLEY N. MILLS, JR -
Moorestown, NJ Resident
Shirley N. Mills, Jr, d Apr 4, 2001, at his home in Moorestown ae 75. Resident of Moorestown 30+ yrs, retired from RCA of Moorestown where he worked for 25+ yrs. Served in Army, WWII. Member Moorestown Field Club.
h/o late Vivien; f/o John Mills of Ithaca, NY, Martin Surplus of Haddon Twp, BEVERLY WOODWORTH of Moorestown and Orlando, FL, and Susan Wilson of Moorestown; 7 gch and 1 g-gdau.
Memorial svc Wed, 2 pm, The Lewis Funeral Home, 78 E. Main St, Moorestown, NJ. Int private. Please no flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Dr, Marlton, NJ 08053."
|from the Burlington County (NJ) Times - Thur, 4/5/01:|
|WOODWORTH, Nancy||EDYTHE MARIE STEWART -
Burlington Twp., NJ resident
Edythe Marie Stewart (nee Pierson), age 82, of Burlington Twp., died Wednesday, Mar 27, 1996, at Memorial Hospital, Mt. Holly, NJ. She had belonged to the Burlington Township Senior Citizens Group and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Moorestown, NJ.
She is survived by her husband Stanley F Stewart of Hopatcong, NJ, Nancy WOODWORTH of Orange Park, FL, N. Jean Asselin of Northern Virginia; a sister Sara Eads of Columbus, OH; 9 gch and 8 g-gch.
A memorial service will be held 10 am, Saturday at the McGee Funeral Home, 869 Beverly Rd., Burlington, NJ. Interment will be private.
Burlington County (NJ) Times: Friday, 3/29/96
|Orange Park, FL|
|Woodworth, Samuel of Mayfield, Montana County,||In 1796 and '7, Peter Allen
and his family; his brother Nathaniel, and the father, Moses Allen,
became residents of the town. The father and mother died in early years.
Peter Allen was connected with early military organizations, and rose to
the rank of a Brig. Gen. He was in command of a Regiment at the battle
of Queenston, in which he was made a prisoner; afterwards a member of
the Legislature from Ontario. ==> See Peter Allen and "Hen. Fellows,"
Hammond's Political History. In 1816 he emigrated to Indiana, becoming
one of the pioneer settlers of Terra Haute; a portion of his original
farm, being now embraced in the village. He died in 1837; many of his
descendants are residents of Terra Haute. Nathaniel Allen was the
primitive blacksmith of Pittstown; working first as a journeyman in
Canandaigua, and then starting a shop, first in the neighborhood of
Pitts Flats, and afterwards, on the Hill, that assumed his name. He was
an early officer of militia, deputy sheriff, member of the legislature.
In the war of 1812, he successively filled the post of commissioner and
pay master, on the Niagara Frontier. After the war, he was sheriff of
Ontario county, and in later years, for two terms, its representative in
Congress. lie died at Louisville, Ky., in 1833, where he was a
contractor for the construction of the canal around the Falls of the
Ohio. Of five sons, but one survives. Dr. Orrin Allen, a resident of
Virginia. An only daughter was the first wife of the Hon. R. L. Rose,
who is the occupant of the homestead of the family on Allen's Hill. The
family were from Dutchess county. The daughters of Moses Allen became
the wrves of Elihu Gifford, of Easton, Washington county,
Samuel Woodworth of Mayville, Mont. co.,
Samuel Robinson of Newark, Wayne co., Fairing Wilson, of Stockbridge,
Mass., Roswell Turner of Pittstown, Ont., and Stephen Durfee of Palmyra,
|Woodworth, James R.||James R Woodworth, b Jun 6, 1875, Brockton, Plymouth, MA, s/o Leverett S & Josie F (Field) Woodworth. Date of record, 26 Jan 1876.||Brockton, NY|
|Woodworth, Sanford H.||m Apr 2, 1884, Sanford H Woodworth & Marion E Simonds, both reside Lexington, MA, he ae 32, farmer, b Essex, VT, s/o Mosley & Eveline; she ae 19, b Lexington, dau/o George, Jr & Mary; 1/m for both, by Pastor Carlton A Staples, 1st Cong'l Society of Lexington [MA VR Marriages: Lexington, Vol 353, p 118].||Lexington, MA|