William Henry Worcester and Eva Worthen Fiske Photos
William Henry Worcester (1829-1906) born October 12 1829 in Montpelier Vermont to William Worcester and Hannah Chadvick Thompson. Married Eva Fiske. He is a direct descendants of William Worcester, first minister of Salisbury, Massachusetts. William Henry Worcester married 1st Jan. 1, 1863, Ellen Harris, death Apr. 27, 1877 Lowell, Massachusetts. He m 2d September 1880, Eva F. Worthen Fiske. William served in the Civil War; was second enlisted man mustered for three years from Mass.; Sergeant in 7th Mass. Light Artillery; Musician in 16th Regiment.; Sergeant 2d Heavy Artillery. "Cousin William Henry" will long be remembered for his interest in his Worcester relations. He was very fond of visiting them, and was thus able to keep different branches of the family "posted" as to family news. Superintendent of supplies for Street Department, Lowell, Mass. Residence, Stoneham and Lowell. From "The Descendants of Rev. William Worcester" by Sarah Alice Worcester.
Eva Worthen Fiske b. 1849 in Tewksbury, Massachusetts d. August 8 1890. Daughter of Amos Fiske (1821-1882) and Caroline Augusta Walsh (1822-1893). Married William Henry Worcester (1829-11916) on September 14, 1880. Children: Leonard Francis Worcester born in 1881 married Edna MacIver. He worked for Hood Creamery in Tewksbury, MA. Second child of Eva Fiske and William Worcester, Agnes Worcester born July 1, 1887 died in infancy on August 11,1887.
Photo are in the private collection of the Gorham Family NH