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  • ID: I1657
  • Name: Daniel WORDEN
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 09 MAR 2014
  • Birth: ABT 1708 in South Kingstown, Rhode Island 1
  • Event: Note
  • Note: Daniel is in S. Kensington with his parents through 1730; with wife and three children (including Peleg, the oldest) in Stonington, CT in 1740; in Westchester County, NY in 1750 and 1760 (Peleg is gone by 1760) with wife and children; in Stonington, CT in 1770 with wife and one child and 1780 with wife only. A Daniel Worden is shown as a taxpayer in the Nine Partners/Crum Elbow Precinct (which includes Clinton, Dutchess County, NY) from June 1755 to February 1756 (see Clifford M. Buck, Dutchess County Tax Lists 1718-1787). 2
  • Event: Note 1731 Stonington
  • Note: Daniel has a land transaction in Stonington: "late of't of Daniel Dennison..." This entry also lists Daniel's children 3
  • Event: Note 1732
  • Note: Daniel Worden is admitted as a Freeman to the Rhode Island Colony 4
  • Event: Note BET 1754 AND 1763
  • Note: A Daniel Worden was listed among French and Indian War soldiers 5
  • Event: Note BET 1755 AND 1756
  • Note: A Daniel Worden is shown as a taxpayer in Dutchess County. 2
  • Event: Note 1798
  • Note:
    This extract shows a Daniel Worden as a landowner in 1798: ... Edward Brownell, b. 11 Dec. 1739, who came to Pawling. (Unplaced). He had a tavern in 1791 in Pawling. [AD 1306]. They are both bd. in the Brownell Ground in Pawling with probable sons Edward and John and some of his family. [OGDC 175]. He was taxed in Pawling in 1777-78. [Notice that Daniel's son Daniel, Jr. died in 1777.]

    He was mentioned 18 Jan. 1792 as bounds for a farm in lot 5 which bordered Amos Wooden, Caleb Lamb and the foot of the mountain. [D 15:161]. He was also mentioned 1 Jan. 1802 in a deed from Elizabeth and Richard Jackson of Fishkill to Peter Lossing. The deed mentioned that the property was in lot 5 in Beekman and Pawling and bounded "Edward Brownell near road through mountain past Brownell's tavern." [D 17:457]. On 15 Jan. 1798 Jacob Rutsen Van Renssalaer of Clavarack and Catherine Rutsen of Rhinebeck sold to Edward Brownell of Pawling 108 acres that bounded the Bush Creek, Daniel Worden and a beaver dam swamp. The cost was $500. [D 18:336]. [There is (2012) a Bush Creek in Poughquag.]

    Edward Brownell traded at the Mabbett store and Eliakim Hammond dealt on his account. [DCSB C:468]. He was listed in Pawling in 1790 as 2-2-3 and was next to Solomon Miller and William Cooper the 3rd. In 1799 he was taxed on a house and farm valued at $1478.25 and personal property worth $172. In 1800 he was listed as 0-0-2-0-1 and 1-0-0-0-1 and was next to George Wilcox.

    Father: Samuel WORDEN II b: 1672 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts
    Mother: Rose HOLLEY b: ABT 1676

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      1. Has Children Peleg WORDEN b: 26 SEP 1732 in Stonington, Connecticut
      2. Has Children Daniel WORDEN Jr. b: 02 MAY 1736 in Stonington, Connecticut
      3. Has No Children Mary WORDEN b: JUL 1738 in Stonington?, Connecticut
      4. Has No Children Hannah WORDEN b: 24 JUL 1742 in Stonington, Westchester, Connecticut
      5. Has Children Samuel WORDEN b: 04 APR 1745 in Stonington, Connecticut

      1. Title: Worden Family Association
        Abbrev: WFA Database online
      2. Title: Dutchess Co. Tax Lists
        Abbrev: Dutchess Co. Tax Lists
        Author: Compiler: County Court
      3. Title: Some Records of Persons by the name of Worden
        Abbrev: Worden Genealogy - ONW
        Author: Oliver North Worden
        Publication: J. R. Cornelius, 1868
        Page: p. 153
      4. Title: Ancestry Web Site
        Page: Records of the Colony of Rhode Island 1707-1740 ... 1732,
        p. 467
      5. Title: Ancestry Web Site
        Page: Connecticut Soldiers, French and Indian War, 1755-62, p.
      6. Title: Settlers of the Beekman Patent
        Abbrev: Beekman Patent Settlers
        Author: Frank J. Doherty
        Publication: Frank J. Doherty, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569, ongoing
        Page: Vol. 2
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