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Zekel 1760

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Does anyone have information regarding Zekel Worden’s parents?

Descendents of John (3) & Jane (Mitchell)Worden

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

I am descended through daughter Sarah Fidelia b. 1817 (Twin to Aurelia) who married Edward Shipley Nevers in 1838 Portage Co., OH. 

Would love to exchange family info with others of this line.

CAPTAIN ISAAC WORDEN died 1783 in Island of Dominica

Friday, March 18th, 2011

As a descendent of this individual’s father, I am seeking additional information about his life.  Specifically, I may travel to Haiti in October and was considering whether I could investigate the particulars of his death and burial while there.

CAPTAIN ISAAC WORDEN  was born 26 Jul 1721 in Stonington, CT, and died 1783 in Island of Dominica.

 He married (1) SARAH WILCOCKS 03 May 1738 in Stonington, New London, CT, daughter of

WILLIAM SR and DOROTHY PALMER. She was born 17 Aug 1713 in Stonington, New London, CT, and died1757 in Stonington, CT. He married (2) ANN WILCOX Aft. 1757. She was born Abt. 1736.


 Comander of the Bradstreet, a Privateer. The Bradstreet hadeight guns and was in the Battle of Quebec City 1759. It also participated in the over 200-ship blockade on the St. Lawrence River assisting the British to defeat the French in a major turning point of the war for control of North America between the British and the French.


Occupation: Sea Captain & a Master of a Frigette of 8 Guns in 1759


Family resided in Stonington while the Captain was at sea.


Samuel Worden of Boston

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Does anyone have any new information about the ancestry of Samuel Worden of Boston who married Mehitable Hinckley 24 March 1659?

Pat Warden

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Thursday, December 17th, 2009

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