The following data is extracted from Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass..
3-4-6-6-1 Barzilliel Woodworth b Lebanon, Conn. Feb. 20, 1792, m Matilda Irwin Francis of Ithaca, N.Y. Nov. 6, 1840 He d Otsego, Steven Co.,
Indiana, Sept. 14, 1846. She b Sept. 28, 1818 in New York City. She d Feb. 24, 1883. He buried in North Otsego Cemetery, his wife at Pleasant Lake Cemetery. A soldier in war 1812.
3-4-6-6-1-1 George W. Woodworth b Oct. 30, 1841 at Ithaca, N. Y. now 1900 lives in Quincy, Mich. m Element Field Oct. 20, 1868 at Pleasant Lake, Ind. She b Heartsick, Otsego Co. N. Y. Mar. 12, 1844. She d at Quincy, Mich. Apr. 18, 1893, m (2) Maria Josephine McGown of Cooperstown, N.Y. Dec. 5, 1894. No children.
3-4-6-6-1-2 Edwin Woodworth b Mar. 7, 1843 at Ithaca, N. Y., d July 8, 1843 at Ithaca, N. Y.
3-4-6-6-1-3 Mary Elizabeth Woodworth b Sept. 25, 1844 at Otsego, Steven Co., Ind., d July 18, 1855 at Otsego.
3-4-6-6-1-4 Brazilian Woodworth, Jr. b April 8, 1847 at Otsego, Ind., m Charlotte Smith, she b Mar. 8, 1848.
3-4-6-6-1-4-1 Cora b Dec. 13, 1871
3-4-6-6-1-4-2 Elliot b Nov. 8, 1873
3-4-6-6-1-4-3 Anna Belle b May 21, 1876
3-4-6-6-1-4-4 Maud Alberta b Dec 14, 1879
3-4-6-6-1-4-5 William G. b Mar. 28, 1881
3-4-6-6-1-4-6 Blanch Bernice b Sept. 12, 1883, d Sept. 10. 1885
3-4-6-6-1-4-7 Genie b Aug. 14, 1886
3-4-6-6-1-4-8 Cecil Onite b June 18, 1890
3-4-6-6-2 Samuel Woodworth b Oct. 5, 1796 in Conn., m Eliza Hallenbeck. He d Mahogany, Pa. 1851. She b Sept. 9, 1800 d 1876. No children, only adopted ones. Lived and died in Mehoopany, Wyoming Co., Pa.
Cabinet maker by trade. He was very industrious, working day and long into the night at his trade as cabinet maker and undertaker. He worked many nights making coffins, as in those days they were not kept in stock, and were made only as needed, so he was compelled at times, like Adam Bede, to work all night long; truly not a pleasant night's work.
He was universally respected by all who knew him,-"an honest man, the noblest work of God." In his younger days he was straight as an Indian. As age advanced he became somewhat bowed, but enjoyed very good health, never being confined to his bed except in his last sickness.
Source: Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass.