The following data is extracted from Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass..
3-4-6-7 Benjamin Woodworth b at Columbia, Conn. July 28, 1773, m Mary Ticknor of Lebanon, Conn. She d Jan. 10, 1864, age 86. He d Sept. 24, 1850 at Columbia, Conn.
Cut of deed, in this book, from his father James (with Ensign James Woodworth's signature to deed) to him. Benjamin visited his brother Samuel (3-4-6-6) at Centre Lisle, N. Y, and N. B. Woodworth (3-4-6-6-3-3) now living (1901) remembers seeing him.
It was from this home deeded that Ensign James went to the Revolutionary war and it is with pride that his descendants in Conn. point to the field from whence he hurriedly started to the aid of Fort Griswold near New London, Sept. 6, 1781. Benedict Arnold commanded the attack. It was a terrible slaughter. No quarter was given. Only 26 escaped from the Fort. New London was laid in ashes. Col Ledyard of the Fort and 60 soldiers were mercilessly killed. The traitor Arnold retired when the militia began to assemble.
3-4-6-7-1 Mary Woodworth b in Columbia, m (1) Albert G. Collins, m (2) Daniel Sprague.
3-4-6-7-2Henry Woodworth, b in Columbia, m Clarissa Bingham, moved to North Carolina and d there 1840.
3-4-6-7-3Harriet Woodworth, m William H. Osborn.
3-4-6-7-4Nancy Woodworth, m (1) Azel Collins, about 1840; m (2) Asa Fuller, M. D.
3-4-6-7-5 Alanson Woodworth d at Columbia, m Jerusha Webster. No children.
3-4-6-7-6 Pamelia Woodworth m Azel Collins. She died, then Azel Collins married Nancy Woodworth.
3-4-6-7-7 Lucy Hosmer Woodworth b Alan 26, 1815, m Chauncy K. Hills Oct. 19, 1836, d Oct. 29, 1890. He b Sept. 1,3, 1811, d Aug. 17, 1856.
3-4-6-7-8 Jane Victorine Woodworth b June 26, 1821, m Horace W. Stetson.
Source: Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass.