EDWARD SOUTHWORTH and wife, ALICE CARPENTER (Immigrant
born 1590 in (Salmesbury) England, and Alice Carpenter born 1591 in Wrington,
England and died 27 March 1670 in Plymouth. They married in May 28, 1613
in Leyden Holland. Alice was the daughter of Alexander Carpenter, a prominent
member of the Separatist movement (United Brethren) - separating from the
Church of England. Edward did not come to America; he died in 1620 in
England, having been married a mere 7 years. It has been mentioned
that the branch of Southworths from which Edward descended died young
typically. He died at 30. His siblings averaged 33 years of life.
Edward was born a "gentleman" at Samlesbury, but he was the
7th son, the youngest son, and had to work for his living. He was a "say
weaver" who did not earn a lot of money and he was a Protestant. The
Pilgrims treated Edward as being of a higher social standing, or "well-to-do".
Note: Say Weavers made "say" - used in making table cloths bedding etc.
Edward and Alice had two sons, Constant and Thomas. The
widowed Alice Carpenter Southworth journeyed on the Ship Anne, arriving 1623 to
marry Governor Bradford. Alice
Southworth left their sons (Constant, 9 and Thomas, 7) in England for schooling.
They may have remained with their Aunt Julia Ann Carpenter who was married to
George Morton. They came over to Plymouth with their Aunt Julia in 1628.
Alice remarried to Governor William Bradford, governor of
Plymouth Colony, on August 14th, a few days after the ship's landing. They
had three children.
CONSTANT SOUTHWORTH (Immigrant 1628)
and wife, ELIZABETH COLLIER
was born in 1614 in Leyden Holland. Constant Southworth came to Plymouth
Colony from England at the age of 18 (1628). He married Elizabeth
Collier, daughter of William Collier, on November 2, 1637 in Duxbury.
Elizabeth was born March 9, 1617 in England. He died in 1678
and she died several years later in 1682, also in Duxbury, Massachusetts. He
became a freeman in 1637; volunteered in the Pequot War in 1637, the same year
he married Elizabeth. He was an Ensign in 1646; a Lt. in 1653.
Member of the Council of War 1658 and 1667. Constant served as a
representative for the Colony for 22 years (1647 to 1669). Elected as the
Assistant 1634-1650. Treasurer of the Colony 1663-1679. Commissioner
for the United Colonies in 1669. When he was 61 years old, he was the
Commissary General during the King Philip's War.
See the Mayflower Log
Capt. WILLIAM SOUTHWORTH and wife, REBECCA
William Southworth, born 1649 in Duxbury MA; died 25 June
1719 in Little Compton, Newport, RI. married Rebecca Pabodie, his
first wife, in 1680. Rebecca was born in Duxbury on 16 October 1660.
They had children Benjamin, Joseph, Edward, Elizabeth, Alice, Samuel, Nathaniel,
Thomas and Stephen. Rebecca died December 3, 1702 in Little Compton.
He married later to widow Martha (Kirtland Blaque/Blake on November 14, 1705 in
Saybrook, Connecticut. Martha and William had two sons, Gideon and Andrew
IS THE MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT LINE.
John Alden and Priscilla Mullins
Elizabeth Alden married William Pabodie
Rebecca Pabodie married Capt. William Southworth
NATHANIEL SOUTHWORTH and wife, MARY TORREY
Nathaniel was born 31 October 1692 (Halloween!) in Little
Compton, RI. Nathaniel was a ship's carpenter who went on a voyage to the
Mediterranean "to improve his fortunes," and died "lost at sea" on the voyage in
1731. Mary, daughter of Josiah and Sarah Batt Torrey, was born 1689
and died in 1768.
Children of Nathan and Mary Southworth:
WILLIAM SOUTHWORTH and wife, BATHSHEBA CRANDALL
William was born in 1717 and died in 1806. William was baptized October
27, 1717 at Bristol, RI. He and Bathsheba Crandall married on 22 October
1736 in Tolland Connecticut.
WILLIAM SOUTHWORTH and wife, SUSANNAH ANTICE
William was born on the 18th of October in 1741 in Mansfield, Tolland,
Connecticut. He died in 1815. It is not known when the family moved
SILAS SOUTHWORTH and wife, EMMA LEE Last Name Unknown
Silas Southworth was born in October 1776 in Rome, Oneida, NY He died
in 1843. Silas married a woman named Emma Lee (last name unknown) who was
born 20 years later in 1786 in England.
They had three known children:
William J. Southworth born December 6th in 1806 in Queens, NY,
William died on 13 October 1854.
James M. Southworth born April 2nd in
1810 in Queens, NY. James died in Green Point, Brooklyn in 1878.
Joseph Southworth born October 31st (Halloween!) in 1813, Queens, NY.
Joseph married an Aurelia Cecilia Murdock who was born about 1813 in Queens
also. They married on January 15, 1837 in Queens.
JAMES M. SOUTHWORTH and wife, ELIZA LNU
1850 CENSUS NY
NY Ward 13; 7/19/1850:
The members of this family were all born in NY.
39 (born about 1811). Worked in Ship Dept.
Wife, Eliza is 32 (born about 1818)
Son, William is 8 (born about 1842)
Daughter, Emma is 6 (born about 1844)
James, age 2, born about 1848
Note: Emma Southworth married 2 July 1863 in
Green Point, Brooklyn to George Melton who was born 18 Apr 1843 in La Prairie,
Quebec, Canada. Emma died 19 Nov 1893 evidently at Lorimer St. in
Brooklyn. He died 24 Nov 1923 Brooklyn. They had 5 children: Mary
Melton born 1 May 1864, Lillian born 10 Dec 1867, Martha born 13 Jan 1870,
Grace born 19 Sep 1871, and a son George born 25 Sept 1883.
1860 CENSUS Brooklyn NY
Green Point Post Office,
Brooklyn, Ward 17; 6/29/1860:
James and Eliza now have three more children; all born in NY.
James M. Southworth is now 49 (born about 1811) Ship's Carpenter; property
values $600 and $200. His wife Eliza is 42 (born about 1818). Their
William, age 18 born about 1842.
Mary, age 16 born about 1844 and attends school. *This is EMMA,
James, age 12, born about 1848 and attends school.
Maria, age 9, born about 1851 and attends school.
Silas, age 6, born about 1854 (Sept
Effie, age 1, born about 1859.
1870 CENSUS Brooklyn NY Kings
Green Point Post Office,
Brooklyn, Ward 17; 7/14/1870:
James Southworth is 59 is still married to Eliza, who is 53. Son
Silas is 16 and "works in porcelain". Daughter Effie is 11
and newest daughter Grace is 8 (born about 1862 NY). Children William,
Mary Emma (married 1863 to Melton), James and Maria Southworth are no longer
living at this home with their parents.
SILAS SOUTHWORTH and wife, MINNIE LNU
Silas Southworth (POSSIBLY Silas Hiram Southworth), born September
1853 in Brooklyn, NY; Died 30 June 1900 in NY at age 46. Lived in 1878 at 648
Humboldt St., Brooklyn per Lain's Directory Silas is the son of James
M. Southworth and Eliza Upson (?) Southworth. James M. was born
4/2/1810 in Queens NY and Eliza was born about 1817. Silas married
Minnie LNU who was born Nov 1862 in Hamburg, Germany. They had two
children, both born in Brooklyn:
- Hattie SOUTHWORTH b: Oct 1889
- Silas Theron SOUTHWORTH
b: 20 Sep 1894
Note that if this is Silas "Hiram" Southworth, he owned a farm in Maspeth,
1900 NY Census
Brooklyn , Kings, District 234, Ward 16, taken on 6/5/1900.
Silas and Minnie Southworth and their children, Hattie and Silas Southworth.
Head of the family Silas is 46, having been born in September 1853 in NY.
He and his wife have been married for 6 years. Minnie is 37, born November
1862 in [Hamburg] Germany, to German-born parents. Minnie does tailoring;
Silas does carpentry. Minnie came to America in 1863 when approximately
one year old. Silas and Minnie were born approximately 1894.
Daughter Hattie was born in October of 1889 and is 10 years old per this census,
while son Silas is 5, born September 1894. Hattie attends school, but
Silas does not yet go to school.
SILAS THERON SOUTHWORTH and wife, LOUISE FARLL
Silas T. Southworth
was born on 9/22/1894 in Brooklyn NY
to parents Silas Southworth and Minnie LNU Southworth; he died in 1960.
He married Louise Farll on May
26 1913 in Kings County, NY. Marriage Certificate # 4779.
Farll Southworth was the
daughter of Frank and Louisa Farll, both born in Germany. Frank was born
March 1866; Louisa was born Apr 1873 in NY. She appears to be the second child
in the family born in 1894 in NY, with her oldest sibling having been born in
1892 in Germany and all others in NY. Likely her family traveled to
America between 1892 and 1894 for residency.
Louise Southworth died in 1928 in
Brooklyn. She is buried at the Lutheran Cemetery. Undertaker John G.
Lutz & Sons, Fairview Av., Ridgewood, NY.
NEW: In the 1905 NY State Census, Louise is 11 and living with her family as a daughter in Brooklyn, Kings, NY. Her household includes:
- Father Frank Farll, 38
- Mother Louise Farll, 32
- Brother Frances Farll, 12
- Self, Louise Farll, 11
- Brother Alexander Farll, 9
- Sister Emma Farll, 7
- Brother Frank Farll, 4
- Brother Henry Farll, 2
- Brother William Farll, 1 month old
CHILDREN OF SILAS THERON SOUTHWORTH and wife, LOUISE
Silas and Louise Southworth had 6 children, 3 sons and 3 daughters.
Alexander, born 1916 and died 21 Jan 1942 in Brooklyn. He was enlisted into WWII at Camp Upton Yaphank as a Private. Alexander had a grammar school education and worked in the shoe/boot industry as unskilled labor. At the time of enlistment he was single, no dependents; 71 inches tall and weighted 206 lbs.
Emma Southworth born Aug. 1919 in NY. Emma married Gerard "Gerry" Pizzolorusso; children: Gerard, Diane.
Silas Southworth was born and died in
Brooklyn. B: 17 October 1821; D: 25 Aug 1979 and is buried at
Calverton National Cemetery in Calverton, NY. His mother
Louise died shortly
after her son Silas recovered from diptheria.
Silas married Josephine Veronica Hahn
and had one known child Frank John Southworth who only lived to be 20
Calverton National Cemetery , Calverton. Suffolk County. New York, USA,
Plot: 6, 0, 194; He was a Corporal in the US Army in WWII.
"Pat" Southworth, born 22 March 1924, married Daniel C. Phillips. She died 20 June 2003 and is interred at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman with her husband.Harriet was a twin, but her brother
William died at birth (stillborn). Harriett "Pat" married Daniel Phillips and they
had Danny, Susan and Robert.
Anna Southworth married Joe Lupo in 1950 in NY and had a
daughter and son. Both Anna and Joe are deceased.
MILITARY HISTORY OF SILAS THERON SOUTHWORTH
for WWI were taken (1917-1918), SILAS THERON
SOUTHWORTH was 22 (born 9/22/1894), lived on Manhattan
Avenue in Brooklyn, and was a driver for Dugan Bros. at 287 Broadway in
Brooklyn. He lists a wife and child. His mother "Minnie" is
his contact person. He previously served one
year in the US Navy as a "sailor". Note that his signature is provided in his