Woodworth, Nancy A.
The following data is extracted from Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass..
3-4-6-6-4 Nancy A. Woodworth b Aug. 8, 1802, m John Mitchell, d June 23, 1834, (daughter of Samuel b May 16, 1772 (3-4-6-6) ). She b in Columbia, Conn. and d in Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. He b in England and d in Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. He was a cabinet maker by trade. The old home of the Mitchells still stands on Main St., Lisle, N. Y., and is owned by the heirs, the estate having never been divided, so it is said. They were m in Owego, N. Y. and lived there for a time, he employed at his trade in company with his brother-in-law, Asahel Woodworth (3-4-6-6-3).
3-4-6-6-4-1 Almeda Dana Mitchell b at Owego, Tioga Co., N Y., Oct. 26, 1819 m Feb. 6, 1839 at Lisle, N. Y. by Rev. Babbett to Nathan Church. He b June 17, 1816 at Dugansville, N. Y. d Oct. 21, 1893 at Corning, N. Y.
3-4-6-6-4-2 Samuel Mitchell, M. D. b at Lisle, N. Y. Jan. 19 1821, m Melissa Hubbard Jan. 6, 1847. He d at Hornellsville, N. Y. June 17, 1889. She d at Hornellsville, N. Y. June 11, 1900.
He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He studied medicine with Dr. S. H. French in Lisle, N. Y., graduated from the Berkshire Medical School of Mass., April 17, 1847. Began the practice of medicine at Cameron Mills, Steuben Co., N. Y. in Mar. 1847, where he resided till 1873 when he moved to Hornellsville, N. Y. and continued his practice until his death. He was elected a member of the New York State Legislature in the fall of 1868 and served one term.
3-4-6-6-4-3 Lovina W. Mitchell b at Lisle, N. Y. July 2, 1822, m Sept. 24, 1842 John M. Sly of Trenton, Oneida Co., N. Y. She d at Hornellsville, N. Y. Sept. 18, 1897. He b Mar. 20, 1821.
Mr. Sly has been a very conservative business man, a careful investor and today is counted among the wealthy men of his section. He commenced life with an active brain and two hands. He spent some time in the South before the Civil war; after he engaged in the lumber business in Cameron Mills, N. Y. At a comparatively early age he retired from business. Since which time he has devoted his time to the management of his business affairs and the study of the current literature of his time.
3-4-6-6-4-4 John Mitchell, M. D. b at Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. Nov. 16, 1824, m Alma Belden Hubbard Nov. 2o, 1851 at Lisle, N. Y. She b at Lisle, N. Y. April 19, 18;,8. He d at Addison, N. Y. Oct. 4, 1886. She d at Addison, N. Y. Oct. 27, 1900.
He taught school to aid in securing his medical education and graduated at Buffalo Medical College about 1850. He practiced medicine with his brother Samuel in Cameron. Mills, N. Y. for a few years, where in 1851, he was married to Miss Alma B. Hubbard. They soon after removed to Addison, N. Y. where he practiced medicine till the time of his death in 1884. He held a prominent position in the community and was an active member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. For many years he was a member of the board of education and four years postmaster under U. S. Grant. He was a genial man, a great reader, and charming in conversation. His widow survived him till Oct. 25, 1900, when she died in the old homestead in Addison. She was a woman charming in person and manner, hospitable in her home and greatly beloved by her children.
3-4-6-6-4-5 Jane Ann Mitchell b at Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y., July 23, 1826, m Joseph Shaw in 1847. d at Lakeland, Minn. July 25, 1893. He b Chenango Forks, Broome Co., N. Y. June 2, 1818.
3-4-6-6-4-6 Nancy Adelia Mitchell b at Lisle, N. Y. May 13, 1828, m Nov. 20, 1851 to Finla Goff. He b Aug. 1, 1828 at Harvard, N. Y., now (1901) resident of Cameron Mills, Steuben Co., N. Y.
3-4-6-6-4-7 Thomas Mitchell b at Lisle May 1, 1830, d at Lisle, N. Y. May 2, 1846.
3-4-6-6-4-8 Asahel Woodworth Mitchell b Aug. 14, 1832, in July 15, 1855 to Mary Hamlett; ; m (2) Samantha M. Robertson June 7, 1869; m (3) Ella M. Blackman, April 21, 1872.
3-4-6-6-4-9 Elizabeth Mitchell b at Lisle, N. Y. June 16, 1834, m Mar. 16, 1859 to Daniel J. Chittenden, M. D., of Green, N. Y. He b Nov. 4, 1832. No children.
Daniel J. Chittenden, M. D. graduated Mar. 4, 1859 from the Medical University of New York City, entered the Civil war as surgeon, Dec. 1864 and served to end of war. Now (1901) practicing medicine in Addison, N. Y. As a man and christian as well as in his profession he has always had the love and respect of all who came in contact with him.
If you notice from comparison of dates this family of little ones was left motherless at an early age. It is said that their uncle Assail (3-4-6-6-3) and his good wife, Mary, after this sad event, contributed much, in love and tenderness, to these little folks, and in later years when they had nearly all arrived at manhood and womanhood, they held in respectful reverence the venerable couple whom they had loved as children.
Source: Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass.