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Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass.

A manuscript consisting of the descendants of Walter Woodworth of Scituate, Massachusetts.

Sketch of Samuel Woodworth (3-4-6-6)
and his Descendants.

Samuel Woodworth
And his poem, "The Old Oaken Bucket."

Francis Chandler Woodworth,
Author of the bird song, " Chic-a-dee-dee."

Poem by Nancy Adeline Woodworth,
"The Old Homestead."

Woolworth's who were in the Revolutionary Army
from Connecticut, New York, etc.


     Each individual is numbered in order of birth from 1 up, and to this number is prefixed the number of all his ancestors in order of each ancestor's birth. For instance Nathaniel's number: he is third child of Assail, therefore 3 is his number. Asahel is third child of Samuel so 3 is prefixed; Samuel is the sixth child of James so 6 is prefixed; James is the sixth child of Benjamin so 6 is again prefixed; Benjamin is the fourth child of Benjamin so 4 is prefixed and Benjamin is the third son of Walter so 3 is prefixed, making Nathaniel's number 3-4-6-6-3-3. These numbers show Nathaniel's number in order of his birth, his father, his grandfather, his great grandfather, and back to Walter, who came from Kent Co., England, 1635.

     Nathaniel is the third child of the third child of the sixth child of the sixth child of the fourth child of the third chili of Walter, who landed in Scituate, Mass., in 1635.


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Descendants Of Walter Woodworth Scituate, Mass., Elijah B. Woodworth, Boston, Mass., 1901.