|Submitted on||2017/02/06 at 8:44 pm|
|Comment||Hello Russ and Derrick, Charles Campbell Worthington of NY and Shawnee-on-Delaware PA had a Daughter Alice Rice Worthington from his second marriage. She married and divorced Lionel Noah. I’ll see if I can find a Took or Tucker.|
|Question- Is there any relation or could you tell me what the connection is between my grandmother Alisha Worthington Tooke(Born Alice Worthington Tucker) and CC Worthington?|
Today, we lost Frances Darlington Strode Lamberti. She and I always had contact on OUR Birthdays, hers the day before mine, like my Brother and our grandmother.
A week or so ago, she had fallen and broken her hip. She was back for Rehab before she returned home. We later learned that she had other medical issues, so today was “almost” a relief. I am only sorry that I wasn’t able to get to see her one more time.
She was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. She loved San Antonio and her time in England.
This picture was taken in August 1952, San Antonio, Texas.
A couple of years earlier, she is with her two nephews in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
That is in the back yard at her parents home.
In 1953 (same place), “The Lieutenant and her Boy Friends”
And for my Mother, her sister, and Father’s 60th Wedding Anniversary 17 Jul 1999.
Very sad, that I didn’t have a better picture of her, by herself.
Louise and Henry Worthington’s 60th Wedding Anniversary
July 17, 1999
I have been expecting a letter from my Colorado cousin. Today it arrived. There are two pieces, one about a family story that is DNA related, but the most important item can only be shared with a picture.
I’ll take a better photograph later. But, couldn’t wait to set up my Studio in a Box.
This is a lock of hair from my Great Grandfather Samuel Worthington (1843 – 1897).
I’m trying to determine if we are related to Samuel Worthington who founded Worthington Springs, Florida. My grandmother told me stories of somehow we were related through either her mother, Martha Lucinda Shepherd or her father, Ezra C. Fisher. My grandmother’s name was Esther Ina Fisher. I’ve puttered on Ancestry.com, but couldn’t find a connection…in fact the trail runs cold at Martha and Ezra – I can’t find any records of their parents. Any insight would be much appreciated.
As posted earlier, I followed a “shaky leaf hint’ from an Index record to the actual Image on Family Search using the FHL film number.
What I didn’t mention specifically was that he lived only 9 Months. So, that HINT on an INDEX record lead to this death record and that was in 1874.
This baby would have a younger brother, born in May of 1880 that would have made the 1880 Federal Census.
The date of the Census was 19 Jun 1880 and died in October of that year.
I just realized that these to records of a “died young” entries were brothers.
Lesson learned: Look for those records
One of the things that I have been doing, is to capture a Family History Library Film Number, on the FamilySearch.org website, and add that film number to my ToDo list.
I was working on a young lad, had a Shaky Leaf hint and it was for one of these records. I wanted to test out my theory that adding the FHL Number to my ToDo list was worth the time and energy.
Bottom Line: It works.
Here is my Reference Note for the Index Entry
“Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index, 1803-1915”, database, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 09 Mar 2016), entry for Henry Wilson Worthington III, death date 22 July 1875.
My ToDo list entry was: FHL Film Number: 2026849
I went to Family Search, searched for the Film Number ONLY, and the result indicated that there WAS an image, so I entered the name, as provided in the Index, and there is was.
“Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-11769-96749-42?cc=1320976 : accessed 9 March 2016), 004010252 > image 147 of 1214; Philadelphia City Archives and Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
BOTH the Index entry and the Family Search entries are in my database. The Reference Note in my program is
City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates for Henry Wilson Worthington III, date of death 22 Jul 1845, FHL Film Number: 2026849; digital images, Family Search, FamilySearch.org (http://familysearch.org : accessed 09 Mar 2016).
Now, the citation just under the image, is in my Citation Text, so I don’t loose that, but when put into the program, provides a good, for me, Reference Note.