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ALPHEUS, (VII-170? - Possibly son of Alpheus, VI-68?), b Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vt., 1821, d Tomkins, Mich., Jan. 16, 1872; m Adeline Wheeler (she m2d, 1884, Burnett Goodwin), Genessee Co., N.Y., b Dec. 17, 1823, New York, d July 27, 1905, New Haven, Gratiot Co., Mich. (Pope Cemetery), Farmer.
Children of Alpheus Worcester
b New York, Nov. 22, 1841, d Parma, Mich., Apr. 20, 1916; m John
M. Gillette, b 1841, d 1888.
A-3 Amelia. b New York, Nov. 29, 1843, d Gratiot County, Mich., Jan. 1, 1911; m Nov. 28, 1867,William John Pendell, b, 1839, d 1926. They had 5 children.
A-4 Amos William.
A-3a Ada, Age 21 on 1870 Census Jackson Co Tompkins.
AMOS WILLIAM WORCESTER (Alpheus) b Byron, Genessee Co., N.Y., Feb. 4, 1846, d May 10, 1911, Tompkins, Mich.; m Adelaide Emma Morton, b Nov. 22, 1848, Sharon, Washtenaw Co., Mich., d 1934, Residence, Tompkins now Springport, Mich. Farmer.
Children of Amos William Worcester
A-5 Alice N., b Tompkins, Mich., Feb. 4, 1872, d 1947; m Tomkins, Mich., Mar. 18, 1891, John. R. Clement, b Ohio, Nov. 1868. son of Columbus Simon Clement and Almira Miller.
Children of Alice Emma Clement
a. John W., b 1896, d 1896.
A-7 Charlotte Anna, b Feb. 8, 1811.
ALPHEUS AMOS WORCESTER (Amos William, Alpheus) b Tomkins, Mich., Oct. 3, 1876; m Aug. 10, 1904, Bess Hopkins, b Bear Lake, Mich., June 21, 1885. LLB, University of Mich. Mr. Worcester became the third President of Ferris State College in 1929. Mrs. Worcester educated Univ. of Mich. Residence, Big Rapids, Mich. Lawyer.
Children of Alpheus Amos Worcester
A-8 Donald Hopkins, b Eaton Rapids, Mich., July 31, 1905.
A-9 Margaret Elizabeth, b Eaton Rapids, Mich., Feb. 5, 1908.
A-10 Dorothy Bess, b Manistee, Mich., Nov. 4, 1910.
A-11 George A., m1st Frances V. ____, b 1914, d Big Rapids, Mich., Mar. 15, 1976; m2d Shirley Edison, b 1930.
DONALD HOPKINS WORCESTER (Alpheus Amos, Amos William, Alpheus) b Eaton Rapids, Mich., July 31, 1905, d Big Rapids, MNich., Mar. 29, 1982 (Highland View Cemetery); m1st Dorothy Stewart Thornes (one child) ; m2d Dorothy Lucille Bowers (three children) dau of George Washington Bowers and Della Jane Meriweather, b Enid, Oklahoma, Jan. 9, 1905, d Big Rapids, Mich., Aug. 26, 1948.
Children of Donald Hopkins Worcester
A-12 Franklin George, b Big RApids, Mich., Sept. 17, 1933, d Eaton County, Mich., Aug. 1, 2007.
A-13 John Bowers.
|D. H. Worcester|
John Bowers Worcester
JOHN BOWERS WORCESTER (Donald Hopkins, Alpheus Amos, Amos William, Alpheus) b Apr. 23, 2941, MIA Oct. 19, 1965. Graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1963. LTJG John B. "Smiley" Worcester was a pilot assigned to Attack Squadron 195 onboard the USS Bon Homme Richard. He had been in the Vietnam theater for about six weeks, and had flown 14 combat missions. On October 19, 1965, Worcester launched in his A4C Skyhawk attack aircraft as the second plane in a two-plane section of A4Cs on an armed reconnaissance mission over North Vietnam. The route was along a river valley and over rolling hills with peaks extending up to approximately 1800 feet mean sea level. The weather in the entire mission area was clear with unrestricted visibility. Some automatic weapons and anti-aircraft positions were known to exist along the mission route. The flight was conducted at altitudes between 5,000 and 7,000 feet above ground level. At about 5:00 p.m. local time, LTJG Worcester expended part of his ordnance on a bridge. There was no enemy ground fire observed. The flight leader called "turning over point" and had visual contact with Worcester. He acknowledged over the radio that he had visual sight of the leader. The flight leader called "point 2" and received no response from LTJG Worcester. Calls were made on both attack primary and guard frequencies. The mission area was in Nghe An Province, North Vietnam. Worcester's last known location was about 75 miles northwest of the city of Vinh. The flight leader retraced the entire route three times, but saw no trace nor indication of any kind of a crash or anti-aircraft artillery fire. A fighter pilot in the general area saw an explosion on the ground near the alternate rendezvous point, but was too far away to determine its origin. Meanwhile, another section of aircraft circled the alternate rendezvous point at 10,000 feet looking for Worcester. This point was a prominent peninsula on the coast clearly visible from the entire mission area. All aircraft stayed in the area as long as fuel permitted. Search and rescue units were alerted and began their search efforts at that time. Darkness precluded further overland search. The following morning at first light, all pilots who had been in the mission area when LTJG Worcester disappeared thoroughly searched the route again. All search results were negative. Photography along the mission route also failed to reveal any trace of the pilot or his aircraft. Worcester was declared Missing in Action. Worcester was not among the prisoners of war that were released in 1973 by the Vietnamese. The Vietnamese deny any knowledge of him, though circumstances surrounding his incident indicate the strong probability that enemy forces knew his fate. Alarmingly, evidence continues to mount that Americans were left as prisoners in Southeast Asia and continue to be held today. Unlike "MIAs" from other wars, most of the nearly 2500 men and women who remain missing in Southeast Asia can be accounted for. If even one was left alive (and many authorities estimate the numbers to be in the hundreds), we have failed as a nation until and unless we do everything possible to secure his freedom and bring him home. Memorial.
ISRAEL LIBERTY WORCESTER ( ), b Harvard, Mass. (?), d Brighton, Mass., Mar. 13, 1842; m Ruth, dau of Thadeus and Temperance Hyde Whitney, Newton, Mass., d Brighton, MAss., Feb. 28, 1842.
Children of Israel Liberty Worcester
B-2 Edmund, b Brighton, Mass., Mar. 6, 1810,
d Aug. 31, 1844; m MAr. 30, 1842, Nancy Sutton.
B-3 Israel Liberty, Jr.
B-4 Hannah, b Brighton, Mass., Apr. 5, 1807, d Jan., 1832; m Dec. 4, 1825, Daniel Todd of Boston.
B-5 Mary, b Brighton, Mass., 1815, d Jan. 18, 1837.
ISRAEL LIBERTY WORCESTER, JR. (Israel Liberty, Sr.), b Brighton, Mass., Oct. 30, 1803, d Milford, N.H., June 2, 1888; m Feb. 9, 1837, Elizabeth Hoyt of Warner, N.H., b Mar. 11, 1811, d Milford, N.H., Sept. 30, 1892.
Children of Israel Liberty Worcester, Jr.
B-6 Charles Henry, b Brighton, Mass., Jan. 1, 1838, d Aug. 29, 1905; m1st Kate Kirby Clogston of NAshua, N.H., May 7, 1862; m2d Elizabeth A. Cross of Tyngsboro, Dec. 22, 1894. Served in Civil War, 1st N.H. Heavy Artillery.
B- 7 Elizabeth Ann, b Brighton, Mass., JAn. 12, 1842, d Milford, N.H., Aug. 25, 1875, m1st Nov. 133, 1871, Eben Blanchard of Milford, N.H.; m2d Edward P. Crosby of Milford.
B-8 Mary Frances, b Brighton, Mass., June 9, 1844, d Jan. 13, 1900; m1s Nov. 28, 1866, Henry HAskell; m2d Henry Kirby.
B-9 George Albert, b Greenfield, N.H., June 5, 1852, m May 12, 1878, Anabiah R. Russell of Milford. Residence Milford. Selectman of Milford for 7 years; member N.H. Constitutional Convention, House of Representatives N.H. Legislature, Chairman of Forestry Commission.
THOMAS JEFFERSON WORSTER ( ), b South Berwick, Me., Apr. 24, 1818, d Marietta, Ohio, Oct. 6, 1899; m OCt. 15, 1850, Anna M. Lufkin, b North Yarmouth, Me., d Marietta, Oh., Dec. 8, 1896. Stonecutter. Thomas had a half brother, Storer Nason, b 1812 and a sister, Angeline, who died young. Storer Nason's death certificate mentiones an Edward (no last name) as father, but no mother's name.
Children of Thomas Jefferson Worster
C-2 Frank P.
FRANK P. WORSTER (Thomas Jefferson), b Somersworth, NH., Dec 2, 1852, d Marietta, Oh., Apr. 18, 1907; m c 1876, Albina Moore, b Aug. 19, 1846, d Williamstown, W.Va., JAn. 1 1929. Stonecutter.
Children of Thomas Jefferson Worster
C-3 Frank P.
FRANK P. WORSTER (Frank P., Thomas Jefferson) b Marietta, Oh., Sep. 27, 1883, d Columbus, Oh., Jul. 4, 1976; m Stubbenville, Oh., OCt.28, 1905, Laura Butler, b Wheeling, W.Va., MAr. 30, 1885, d Marietta, Oh., Jul. 11, 1970. Occupation: Glasshouse.
Children of Frank P. Worster, Jr.
No. C-4 Kenneth Carl.
KENNETH CARL WORSTER (Frank P., Frank P., Thomas Jefferson) b Williamstown, W. Va., Jun. 16, 1915, m Columbus Oh., Jun. 16, 1938, Dorothy McMillan, b Somerset, Oh., Jan. 6, 1911. Residence Worthington, Oh. Occupation: self-employed.
Children of Kenneth Carl Worster
C-5 Carol S., b Columbus, Oh., Dec. 20, 1942, m Worthington, Oh., Sep. 7, 1963, ____ McQuaide.
JOHN MARVIN WORCESTER (Charles Francis and Efie Fyrn Underwood, b Jan. 27, 1891), b Morris, Ok., Oct. 3, 1910, m Oct. 17, 1936, Grace Eleanor Gish, b Chambersburg, Pa., Aug. 12, 1914. Mst. Sgt., Air National Guard, 180th T.A.C. Squadron based in Toledo Express Airport.
Children of John Marvin Worcester
D-2 Patricia Ann, b Oct. 9, 1937. Residence, Oak Harbor,
D-3 John M., b Sept. 30, 1941. Master, O.H. Perry Lodge 341, District Deputy Grand Master, 11th Masonic District. Son: John M., Jr.
D-4 Martha Jean, b June 22, 1943. Residence, Key West, Fla.
HUGH ALDEN WORCESTER (Hugh Alden, b June 4, 1883 and Kassie Mary Super) b Westerly, R.I., Aug. 31, 1927; m Detroit, Mich., Feb. 2, 1952, Helen Ricarda Jacobs, b Detroit, Mich., Aug. 20, 1932. B.S., 1954, Univ. of Mich., College of Architecture and Design. Active duty 1946 - 47, U.S.N.R. Area Manager Republic Steel Buildings. Residence Westchester, Ill.
Children of Hugh Alden Worcester
E-2 Anne Marie, b Oct. 23, 1952; m William Mosher.
Residence, Grand Rapids, Mich.
E-3 Stephen Conant, b Aug. 10, 1954
PHILBROOK A. WORCESTER (Harry A. (b Mar. 10, 1898), and Esther Smith) b West Swanzey, NH, Nov. 8, 1928; m Keene, NH, Feb. 17, 1950, Dorothy Blake, b Keene, NH, May 25, 1931. Cpl., USAF, 1946-1949. USNR ETCS 1958. Television repairman. Residence, Keene, NH.
Children of Philbrook A. Worcester
F-2 Charles Philbrook, May 6, 1951.
F-3 Daniel Anderson, b Jan. 1, 1954.
F-4 Deborah Ann, b May 12, 1961.
WARREN WESLEY WORCESTER ( ) b Mobile, Ala., June 25, 1848; d Fairhope, Ala., June 4, 1925; m Clarke County, Ala., 1881, Matlda Elizabeth Short, b Clarke County, Ala.; d Fairhope, Ala., Oct. 22, 1912. A Texas Ranger and later a farmer in New Mexico.
Children of Warren Wesley Worcester
G-2 Warren Osgood, b San Antonio, Tx., Feb. 7, 1891, d
Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 11, 1958 (buried @ West View cemetery, Atlanta); m Oct. 27, 1927, Ruby
McNeely. Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. (45 yrs.).
G-3 Joseph Thomas, d Sept. 1965 (bladder cancer) He was 78 at time of death. Son: Benjamin K.
G-4 Olive M. d c 1964 of coronary stroke. She was 73 at time of death
G-7 Rosa. Residence, Fairhope, Ala.
EDWARD WORCESTER (Warren Wesley) b 1883 d 1964 at age 91 in Los Angeles. Baptist minister in Texas
Children of Edward Worcester
G-8 Edward Warren.
EDWARD WARREN WORCESTER (Edward, Warren Wesley). b San Antonio, Tx., d Hollywood, Fla., Nov. 1, 1986. Employed by Eastern Airlines. Electrical Engineer. m 1st 1946-47, Mildred Alice George; m2d
Children of Edward Worcester
G-10 Margaret, b May 16, 1948.
G-11 Teresa Jane, b Sept. 28, 1949.
G-12 Thomas Edward Charles.
THOMAS EDWARD CHARLES WORCESTER (Edward Warren, Edward, Warren Wesley). b Downey, Calif., Aug. 6, 1951; m1st Linda Jean Rumsey; m2d May 24, 1981, Alice Catherine Lee, b New York City, July 30, 1956; BA University of Florida. He graduated from Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Ct.
Children of Thomas Edward Charles Worcester and Linda
G-13 Mathew Edward, b Hollywood, Fla, May 4, 1976.
G-14 Kimberly Paige, b Hollywood, Fla., Aug. 12, 1978.
Children of Thomas Edward Charles Worcester and Alice
G-15 Daniel Thomas, b Westport, Ct., July 2, 1993.
G-16 Christopher Sean, b Westport, Ct., July 19, 1995.
GARY LEE WORCESTER (Lee Ernest and Anna Lovell Jackson) b Tulsa, Ok., Aug. 26, 1946; m May 26, 1968, Sylvia Marie Allen, b Altus, Ok., MAr. 20, 1947, B.A. Southwestern State, Teacher. He grad. BS in Pharmacy, Southwestern State, 1970. Attending University of Ok School of Medicine in 1974. Residence Midwest City, Ok.
ARTHUR DAVID WORCESTER (Arthur Clarence and Clara Rose Mayle) b Amherst, Oh., Jul. 16, 1905; m Aug. 28, 1930, Rubu Ilo Brown. Retired from Penn Central R.R. in 1970 after 40 years of service.
Children of Arthur David Worcester
I-2 Louise Carol, b Aug. 6, 1932; m MAr. 14, 1953, Robert
M. Hibinger. They have 3 sons and one daughter who, in turn, is married and has one son.
I-3 Ilo Evelyn, b Oct. 24, 1933; m Dec. 20, 1952, James E. Toncre. They have 2 sons.
AUSTIN HARMON WORCESTER ( ); m Harriet Imogene Reed
Children of Austin Harmon Worcester
J-2 Russell Lee.
J-3 Kenneth Lee.
J-4 Paul Oliver.
J-5 Donald Emmet, b Aug. 25, 1943; m July 24, 1971.
J-6 Dennis Austin.
J-7 Beverly Ann, b Dec. 31, 1933.
RUSSELL LEE WORCESTER (Austin Harmon) b Nov. 3, 1936; m Sept. 4, 1956, Jeanette Bagley.
Children of Russell Lee Worcester
J-8 Ann Starr.
J-9 Kathy Jo.
J-10 Russell Lee, Jr.
J-11 Glenn Joseph.
KENNETH LEE WORCESTER (Austin Harmon) b Aug. 5, 1938; m May 14, 1960, MArjorie Dennis Tyler.
Children of Kenneth Lee Worcester
J-12 Kimberly Ann.
J-13 Kenneth Lee, Jr.
PAUL OLIVER WORCESTER (Austin Harmon) b Calais, Me., Nov. 28, 1939; m Dec. 18, 1961, Loyce Louise, b Columbia Falls, Me., June 22, 1942. S/Sgt. USAF.
Children of Paul Oliver Worcester
J-14 Stephan Paul, b Ellsworth, Me., June 10, 1962.
J-15 Timothy Evan, b Brunswick, Me., July 12, 1963.
J-16 Jeffrey Wayne, b Chatham, N.B., Canada, Feb. 12, 1967.
J-17 Kelly-Jean, b Alpena, Mich., Nov. 15, 1968; m July 6, 1996, Robert Vernon McConnell, b Everett, Wash., Dec. 7, 1973. BS in Business Administration. Residence, Las Vegas, Nev.
IRA WORCESTER ( ); m Minna Andrews
Children of Ira Worcester
K-1 Howard Stanley, b Boston, Mass., Apr. 19, 1882, d July
27, 1971 (buried at Sleepy Hollow cemetery in Concord, Mass.); m Aug. 22 1934, Edna Gould
McLean, b Concord, Mass., Feb. 7, 1887. N.E. Telephone Comp. for 35 years in Boston, Mass.
EDWARD E. WORCESTER (Eugene (?) and Harriet Fidelis Graves); b Hancock, Me., Feb. 28, 1886, d Nov. 11, 1967; m Dorothy J. Bills, Apr. 15, 1939. No children.
AUGUSTUS WORCESTER ( ) m Caroline Neumeir.
Children of Augustus Worcester
M-2 Eugene Henry, b Lynn, Mass., Jan. 6, 1885, d July 13,
1945; m May 7, 1939, Marjorie Sweetser, b Everett, Mass., Mar. 23, 1898. Constrcution
M-3 Frank J. Residence, Norwood, Mass.
M-4 __________, m Norris W. Potter. Residence, Westwood, Mass.
HERBERT WORCESTER ( ) m Wanda Washburn.
Children of Herbert Worcester
N-2 Rosswell Herbert, m Mar. 31, 1951, Mary ann Widman. Divorced Mar. 14, 1953, m2d ________. Three children. Residence Fostoria, Oh.
RALPH CLAYTON WORCESTER ( ) b July 10, 1921; m Marjorie Gainous.
Children of Ralph Clayton Worcester
P-2 Ronald Clayton
RALPH CLAYTON WORCESTER (Ralph Clayton) b Chicago, Ill., May 4, 1960; m July 19, 1980, Debbie Lynn Luten, b Panama City, Fla., Oct. 4, 1960. Served in USAF for 4 years. Flight line mechanic.
Children of Ralph Clayton Worcester
P-3 Cristopher Clayton, b May 14, 1982.
MARGARET WORCESTER ( ) b June 21, 1741 (?), d Kittery, Me., Feb. 10, 1826 ; m Feb. 27, 1762, Joseph Manson, b Kittery, Me. June 20, 1941, d Kittery, Mar. 1833. Joseph Manson was son of Joseph3, John2, Richard1.
Children of Margaret Worcester Manson
Q-2 Hannah, b July 27, 1767; m Daniel Fernald.
Q-3 Joseph, m Phebe Weeks.
Q-4 David, b MAy 20, 1782.
FRED ELMER WORCESTER ( ) b 1918(?); m Pauline Gower
Children of Fred Elmer Worcester
R-2 Stephen F., b Hartford, Conn., June 13, 1946; m Aug. 6, 1967, Katherine Ann Tucker, b Hartford, Conn. July 30, 1947. Served 4 years in USAF, stationed in Japan. Electronics Service Engineer. Son: Kevin James, b Sasebo, Japan, Dec. 4, 1968.
A LINK WAS FOUND FOR JOHN BOWERS: LINK
JOHN BOWERS WORCESTER ( ), Apr. 23, 1941. Residence Big Rapids, Mich. Served in Vietnam. Currently listed as MIA. Listed on Vietnam Memorial:
Rank/Branch: O2/US Navy
Unit: Attack Squadron 195,
USS BON HOMME RICHARD (CVA 31)
Home City of Record: Big Rapids MI
Date of Loss: 19 October 1965
Country of Loss: North Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 191900N 1052500E (WG437357)
Status (in 1973): Missing In Action
Other Personnel In Incident: (none missing)
REMARKS: RADIO CONTACT LOST
SYNOPSIS: LTJG John B. "Smiley" Worcester was a pilot assigned to Attack Squadron 195 onboard the USS BON HOMME RICHARD. He had been in the Vietnam theater for about six weeks, and had flown 14 combat missions. On October 19, 1965, Worcester launched in his A4C Skyhawk attack aircraft as the second plane in a two-plane section of A4Cs on an armed reconnaissance mission over North Vietnam.
The route was along a river valley and over rolling hills with peaks extending up to approximately 1800 feet mean sea level. The weather in the entire mission area was clear with unrestricted visibility. Some automatic weapons and anti-aircraft positions were known to exist along the mission route. The flight was conducted at altitudes between 5,000 and 7,000 feet above ground level.
At about 5:00 p.m. local time, LTJG Worcester expended part of his ordnance on a bridge. There was no enemy ground fire observed. The flight leader called "turning over point" and had visual contact with Worcester. He acknowledged over the radio that he had visual sight of the leader. The flight leader called "point 2" and received no response from LTJG Worcester. Calls were made on both attack primary and guard frequencies. The mission area was in Nghe An Province, North Vietnam. Worcester's last known location was about 75 miles northwest of the city of Vinh.
The flight leader retraced the entire route three times, but saw no trace nor indication of any kind of a crash or anti-aircraft artillery fire. A fighter pilot in the general area saw an explosion on the ground near the alternate rendezvous point, but was too far away to determine its origin.
Meanwhile, another section of aircraft circled the alternate rendezvous point at 10,000 feet looking for Worcester. This point was a prominent peninsula on the coast clearly visible from the entire mission area. All aircraft stayed in the area as long as fuel permitted. Search and rescue units were alerted and began their search efforts at that time. Darkness precluded further overland search.
The following morning at first light, all pilots who had been in the mission area when LTJG Worcester disappeared thoroughly searched the route again. All search results were negative. Photography along the mission route also failed to reveal any trace of the pilot or his aircraft. Worcester was declared Missing in Action.
Worcester was not among the prisoners of war that were released in 1973 by the Vietnamese. The Vietnamese deny any knowledge of him, though circumstances surrounding his incident indicate the strong probability that enemy forces knew his fate.
Alarmingly, evidence continues to mount that Americans were left as prisoners in Southeast Asia and continue to be held today. Unlike "MIAs" from other wars, most of the nearly 2500 men and women who remain missing in Southeast Asia can be accounted for. If even one was left alive (and many authorities estimate the numbers to be in the hundreds), we have failed as a nation until and unless we do everything possible to secure his freedom and bring him home.
John B. Worcester graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1963. John B. Worcester was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander during the period he was maintained missing.
MELVIN JACKSON WORCESTER ( ), b Oct. 17, 1926; m Opal Alene Yates, b June 23, 1936.
Children of Melvin Jackson Worcester
T-2 Terry Steven.
T-3 Kevin Melvin.
T-4 Mathew Paul.
TERRY STEVEN WORCESTER (Melvin Jackson), b Ada, Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 1954; m Jan. 6, 1970, Dolores, b Lawton, Okla., Cristopher Clayton, b May 14, 1982. Enlisted in US Marine Corps, Nov. 11, 1971. Viet Nam Service, Distinguished Service Medal. Chairman Juvenile Justice Board. Ordained and licensed minister. Store owner, tradesman, child advocate and family counselor.
Children of Terry Steven Worcester
T-5 Daniel Steven, b Lawton, Okla., Apr. 28,
T-6 Stephanie Michelle, b LAwton, Okla., Nov. 11, 1971.
T-7 Rebecca Lachelle, b Cherry Point, N.C., June 3, 1974.
T-8 Nathaniel Colton, b Cherry Point, N.C., July 29, 1975.
T-9 Sarah Mae, b Ada, Okla., Dec. 7, 1983.
KEVIN MELVIN WORCESTER (Melvin Jackson), b Talahina, Okla., Aug. 14, 1952; m Lynn Ann Henry, b Oct. 11, 1953. East Central University, Ada, OK. Lawton police department.
Children of Kevin Melvin Worcester
T-10 Michaela Katherine, b Ada, Okla., Sept. 8,
MATHEW PAUL WORCESTER (Melvin Jackson), b Lawton, Okla., OCt. 21, 1967; m June 30, 1989, Shelli Rossette Hayes, b Ada, Ok., Sept. 7, 1970.
Children of Mathew Paul Worcester
T-11 Britani Ann, b Ada, Okla., Sept. 2, 1991.
T-12 Ashli Nicole, b Ada, Okla., Sept 12, 1994.
T-13 Matison Brook, b Ada, Okla., Nov. 10, 1998.
EUGENE ALDEN WORCESTER ( ), b June 18, 1946; m Donna Marie Karp, b Sept. 8, 1947.
Children of Eugen Alden Worcester
U-2 Darcel Lee
DARCEL LEE WORCESTER (Eugen Alden), b Key West, Fla., Nov. 23, 1967; m Mar. 26, 1988, Tracy Lee Robertson, b Bangor, Me., Nov. 29, 1968. Darcel is in Sales and Tracy is a mechanic. Residence: Bangor, Me.
Children of Darcel Lee Worcester
U-3 Sean Andrew, b Bangor, Me., Apr. 23, 1984.
U-4 John Charles Robertson, b Bangor, Me., July 9, 1987.
U-5 Michael Harry Robertson, b Bangor, Me., May 1, 1990.
ROGER GLENN WORCESTER ( ), b July 28, 1942; m Carolyn Lee, b July 26, 1946. Roger works for Xerox. He served in the military.
Children of Roger Glenn Worcester
V-2 Dawn E., b Oak Park, Il, Mar. 16, 1965.
V-3 Jennifer A., b Oak Park, Il., Sept. 11, 1967.
V-4 Daniel Scott, b Oak Park, Il., Dec. 7, 1969.
ARCHIBALD HUGO WORCESTER ( ), b May 4, 1925; m Iris Yates.
Children of Archibald Hugo Worcester
W-2 Jason Hugo, b Amersham, Bucks, England,
Mar. 26, 1961.
ANDERSON MAGI WORCESTER ( ), m Elen Evadel Spaulding.
Children of Anderson Magi Worcester
X-2 Harry Anderson.
HARRY ANDERSON WORCESTER (Anderson Magi1), b West Swanzey, NH, 1898, d Keene, NH, 1983; m1st in West Swanzy, Nh, Esther Naomi dau of Francis Blackinton Smith and Amelia Ann Sheeler, b Royalston, Mass., 1897, d in Keene, NH; m2d Minnie Pearl Roy in 1951.
Children of Anderson Magi Worcester and Naomi
X-3 Francis Harry.
X-4 Evadel Esther, m Albert Gerald Hamel in 1939. He was son of Joseph Levin Hamel and Rosa Marie Binette.
Children of Evadel Esther Hamel
X-4-a Irene Evadel; m 1959, Jackie Lee Johnston, b 1938, d 1987.
Children of Irene Evadel Johnston
X-4-a-1 Virginia Evadel.
X-4-a-2 Kandy Rose; m 1981, Antonio Fernando Moonje
X-4-b Albert Gerald.
X-4-c Janet Rosa; m1st 1959, Charles Martinas Jenson son of Elvin David Jenson and Beatrice Louina Newman. She m2d 1979, Skiles Fielding Montague son of Skiles Farwell Montague and Leah Belle Crawford.
Children of Janet Rosa Jenson
X-4-c-1 Jackie Jay.
X-4c-2 Chris Martinas.
X-5 Arlene Sylvia, m Ernest Byron Perry in 1949.
Children of Arlene Sylvia Perry
X-5-a Mark Edward; m Louise Litchfield in 1994.
X-5-b Judith Lee.
X-5-c Susan Jane; m James Ellis.
X-5-d Barbara Lynn; m Bruce McNeil.
X-6 Philbrook Anderson.
FRANCIS HARRY WORCESTER (Anderson Magi1, Harry Anderson2), b abt 1919; m1st 1938, Christine Ann Paterson. She d. 1941. He m2d Evelyn Myfanwy dau Herbert Thomas Howson and Ann Myfanwy Sirr.
Children of Francis Harry Worcester and Evelyn
X-7 Peter Francis.
X-8 Janis Anne, m 1971, Richard Wilfred Lariviere.
Children of Janice Anne Lariviere
X-8-a Anne Elizabeth.
PHILBROOK ANDERSON WORCESTER (Anderson Magi1, Harry Anderson2); m1st 1950, Dorothy May Blake, b 1931, d 1989; m2d 1991 Lillian Constant.
Children of Philbrook Anderson Worcester and Dorothy
X-9 Charles Philbrook.
X-10 Daniel Anderson.
X-12 Mathew Peter.
X-11 Deborah Ann; m Kenneth Gifford.
Children of Deborah Ann Gifford
X-11-a Brian Davis.
X-11-b Elizabeth Laura.
X-11-c Amberlyn Marie.
X-11-d Jessica Annmarie.
PETER FRANCIS WORCESTER (Francis Harry3, Harry Anderson2, Anderson Magi1, ); m Donna Marie Shaffer, 1970.
Children of Peter Francis Worcester
X-12 Mathew Peter.
X-13 Bryce Andrew.
DANIEL ANDERSON WORCESTER (Philbrook Asnderson3, Harry Anderson2, Anderson Magi1, ); m 1975, Joycelyn Celia.
Children of Daniel Anderson Worcester
X-14 Neil Philbrook.
X-15 Nathan William.
X-16 Grant Daniel Charles.
CLIFTON WORCESTER ( ), m Helen Hilda Hendershot.
Children of Clifton Worcester
Y-2 Gloria Adair, b Nov. 7, 1926, d Augusta, Me., Dec. 23, 1985; m Roger Wilton Grant, b Nov. 9, 1925. d of cancer.
Children of Gloria Adair Grant
Y-2-a Duncan Worcester, b Mexico City.
Y-2-b Elizabeth Anne, b Jonesport, Me., Dec. 6, 1956.
Y-2-c Evan Charles, b Machias, Me.
Y-2-d Marianne Lovey, b Bangor, Me.
Y-2-e Mathew Roger, b Waterville, Me.
PIERCE HAROLD WORCESTER ( ), m Joan Ann Mitchell
Children of Pierce Harold Worcester
Z-2 Sandee Jean, Harrisburg, Pa., Aug 17, 1955, m Feb. 25, 1994, James David French, b MAr. 23, 1971. He is an electrician.
LEE WORSTER ( ), m Yvonne ___
Children of Lee Worster
AA-2 Anthony R., b Bangor, Me., Oct. 19, 1965. Residence, Orono, Me.
PETER AUSTIN WORCESTER ( ), m Suzanne G. ____l
Children of Peter Austin Worcester
AB-2 Austin Edward.
AUSTIN EDWARD WORCESTER ( ),b Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 8, 1966. B.S., University of Cinn., Fire Protection Engineering.
Children of Austin Edward Worcester
AB-3 Sarah Christine, b Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov.
AB-4 Bradley Charles, b Three Rivers, Mich., Dec. 30, 1989.
AB-5 Philip Jacob, b St. Louis, Miss., Oct. 17, 1995.
ROBERT M. WORSTER (Robert M.), b Pensacola, Fl., Dec. 17, 1950; m Donna Kay Lewis, b Oct. 17, 1951. Served in the U.S Air Force.
Children of Robert M. Worcester
AC-2 Robert M.,
ROBERT M. WORSTER (Robert M., Robert M.) b Tucson, Az., July 18, 1973; m Aug. 15, 1999, Michelle Marie Houser, b Alaquippa, Pa., July 24, 1970. USMC, Musician.
Children of Robert M. Worcester
AC-3 Emily Shannon, b Laguna Hills, Calif., July 11, 1995.
AC-4 Robert M. Worcester, IV, b Bethesda, Md., Oct. 13, 2009.
AC-5 Brian Joseph.
DON HARLAND WORSTER ( ),b Aug. 23, 1952; m Marie Alana Adjunct, b Mar. 12, 1951.
Children of Don Harland Worster
AD-2 Donald S., b Wolfeboro, NH, Mar. 16, 1971. A.A. Brevard Community College. Served in US Army, 1992-2000.
GEORGE F. WORCESTER ( ); m 1st Lucie Taylor; m2d Martha O'Jampera.
Children of George F. Worcester by 1st m
AE-2 Gorton Howard.
GORDON WORCESTER (George F.) b Worcester, Mass., Sept. 27, 1911. Adopted by Frank and Hattie Spooner and changed his name to Gorton Howard Spooner.
Children of Gorton Howard Spooner
EUGENE ALDEN WORCESTER ( )
Children of Eugene Alden Worcester
AF-2 Amanda Malone, b Bangor, Me., June 5,
1986. residence, Gouldsoro, Mass.
ROBERT P. WORCESTER ( ) b Aug. 3, 1924; m Martha Lee Houser, b Feb. 22, 1930.
Children of Robert P. Worcester
AG-2 Robert P.
ROBERT P. WORCESTER (Robert P.) b Dallas, Tx., Dec. 10, 1951. Northlake College. m1st Dec. 19, 1970, Clara Theola Walden, b Nov. 22, 1953, MBA, Univ. Central Arkansas (div. 1973); m2d Bonnie Gay Tackett.
Children of Robert P. Worcester by 1st m
AG-3 Steven Marc, b Fort Worth, Tx., May 27, 1972.
Children of Robert P. Worcester by 2nd m
AG-4 Liberty Nicole, b Dallas, Tx., Sept. 19,
AG-5 Robin Lee, b Grand Prairie, Tx., Jan. 20, 1991.
DAVID YOUNG WORCESTER (David Young) b Dec. 30, 1926; m Patricia Hobson, b July 14, 1930.
Children of David Young Worcester
AH-2 Alexander, b Santa Monica, Calif., Jan. 11, 1962; m Feb. 15, 1997, Theodore Patrick, b Whittier, Calif., June 19, 1975. They have founded a non-profit, no-kill rabbit welfare organization. www.mybunny.org. Residence, Pomona, Calif.
DAVID YOUNG WORCESTER (David Young, David Young) b Santa Monica, Calif., Jan. 11, 1962.
ROBERT FRANCIS WORCESTER (______), b Jan. 28, 1928, m Mary Griffin, b June 8, 1934.
Children of Robert Francis Worcester
AI-2 Wenda Marie, b Bangor, Me., Dec. 16, 1958, m June 8, 1985, Larry Nicodemus Quintana, b Tucumcari, NM, Sept. 15, 1955, Served in US Air Force, Dover, Del.
Children of Wenda Marie Quintana
(a) Shayn'ee Louise, b Dover, Del., Aug. 9, 1980.
(b) Christopher Michaael, b Dover, Del., Dec. 1977.
(c) Brandon Lee, b Dover, Del., Nov. 1978.
THOMAS KINNEY WORCESTER (______), b Feb. 12, 1929, m Lois WEloise Nichols, b May 5, 1929.
Children of Robert Francis Worcester
AJ-2 Mollie Anne, b Sept. 11, 1963, m Feb. 21, 1998, Darian T. Worrell, b Queens, NY, Juky 5, 1966. He is a music producer.
ALLEN WORSTER, (___), b Maine, 1836; m Margarite ___, b Sept. 1853 in MaWillard dolaine; d Yakima, Wash., Mar. 10, 1967.
Children of Allen Worster
AK-2 Appleton Collins, b abt. 1871, Maine.
AK-3 Emma, b abt. 1873, Maine.
AKI-4 Walter, b abt. 1875, Maine.
Ak-5 Orin, b abt. 1877, Maine.
AK-6 Harry, b abt. 1880, Montana.
AK-7 Myrtle, b 1883, Wyoming.
AK-8 Jabe Walter, b Aug. 14, 1887, Wyoming; d Oct. 22, 1943, Seatte, Wash. Daughter: Eva I. Worster (Howatt), b Aug. 23, 1911 in Ellensburg, Wash.
AK-9 Katie, b 1890, Wyoming.
WILLARD DOLAN WORCESTER (___), b 1906, d 1984; m Lena Metcalf, b 1904, d 1992.
Children of Willard Dolan Worcester
AL-2 Charles Aaron, b Burlington, Vt., May 17, 1928; d. ?, bur. LAkeview Cemetery Burlington, Vt.; m Janice Mae Audette, b 1932.
WAYNE WORCESTER (___), b Oct. 3, 1947, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Moved to New Hampshire at one year of age. Graduated from the University of New Hampshire and Columbia University. In 1981 he became a journalist professor at the University of Connecticut. He is the author of a series of Sherlkock Holmes novels. Notable work: The Monster of St. Marylebone.
ALBERT WORCESTER (___), b Sept. 11, 1831; d Jan. 3, 1918, bur. Mount Pleasant Cemeterey, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; m Leonora W Babbit, b Nov. 18, 1893, d May 5, 1902, bur. Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
Children of Willard Dolan Worcester
AN-2 Sarah Emma, b 1862; d 1889, bur. Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Vt.
The Worcester Family
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