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Worthen's from Major Ezekiel Worthen, Revolutionary War
Posted by: Janet Worthen (ID *****7936) Date: July 21, 2009 at 13:10:50
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I just posted tree from Major Ezekiel Worthen, who died in Kensington, NH (1710-1783). I am decended from him, and in
DAR New Boston Chapter, NH, USA. Lineage traced back to George Worthen, who came from Bristol, England in 1640 to Salem,MA. Then came Ezekiel Son of George, Ezekiel Son of Ezekiel, and Major Ezekiel son of Ezekiel (yes 3)Samuel, son of Major Ezekiel, Lewis son of Samuel, Frederick, Son of Samuel, Charles, Son of Frederick, Elgin Norman, son of Charles, and Evelyn Austin Worthen, who died in the flue
epidemic in 1918. My father, Elgin Fremont, son of Elgin Norman. My self, now an only child, daughter of Elgin Fremont. I have 3 living children, Charles Tsiatsios, Evelyn Houle (Tsiatsios), and Caryl Sheppard (Shirley), and 8 living grandchildren to add to this tree. Major Ezekiel Worthen served in the French Indian War, King George's War, and the Siege at Louisburg, and was 65 when he was made Major in the Revolutionary War. He died in Kensington, NH.
His gun used in the French Indian War, was given to his decendents to the Bunker Hill Monument Association. The
Exeter, NH DAR put a DAR monument on his grave in Kensington.

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