Re: Woodworth/Corbett, Nova Scotia
These are the ancestors of which I am aware.
1 Eliza Corbitt, b. 1820, d. 1905.
2 John Corbitt, b. 1783, ma. 8 Feb 1817.
3 Maria Marshall, b. 14 Oct 1798.
4 Ambrose Alvan Corbitt.
5 Martha Clark.
6 John Marshall, b. 20 Apr 1772, ma. 17 Oct 1797.
7 Nancy Ricketson, b. 1777.
8 Isaiah Corbitt.
12 William Marshall, ma. 22 Apr 1761.
13 Lydia Willett.
14 Abednego Ricketson, d. 1778, ma. 1757.
15 Phebe Tucker.
And here is her obituary as well
March 8, 1906
Mrs. J.S. Woodworth
On March 2, 1906, departed this life, Eliza, relict of the late J.S.
Woodworth. Mrs. Woodworth, whose maiden name was Corbett, was born at
Centreville, Annapolis County, eighty-six years ago. She came to Berwick
as the bride of her late husband, in 1857 and has lived here ever since.
The deceased was a kind and dutiful mother; and her generous hospitality
will be recalled by many of the elderly people in this community as the
home of J.S. Woodworth and his wife was always open to visitors. Mr.
W.H. Woodworth is the only one of the family remaining, the two
daughters, Jennie and Maria, having died some years ago. The sympathy of
a wide circle of friends is extended to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Woodworth and
their family in this, their sorrow.