Re: Consuela Woodworth
I don't know if this will help or confuse...but....
I am from the line of Wisconsin Woodworth's. My GGrandfather is
Daniel Shaw Woodworth, b.1827,Vermont, d.1900, Marcellon,
Daniel's brother Lafayette W. b.1824, settled near Bristol, Wisconsin
after making his fortune in the gold-rush. He purchased 324 acres
and establish the town of Woodworth, Wisconsin on the rail line
between Kenosha and Beloit, Wisconsin.
Daniel Shaw W. married Lois Melissa Hart b.1841 Forestville, Canada
West; d. 1909, Marcellon, Wisconsin. Lois Hart had 12 brothers and
sisters. Her sister Elsie married James Woodworth. Her brother
Jonithan married Mary Etta Woodworth in Sioux City, Iowa in 1875.
Jonithan married his first wife in Portage, Wisconsin in 1864.
Lois' sister Mary Matilda Hart married John Reuben Woodworth John
Reuben W. was the son of John Cooper Woodworth. John Reuben W's
brother, William Dennis Woodworth, married Sara Eliza Hart. William
D.W. is buried in Fergus Falls, MN.
Marcellon, Wisconsin is almost due West of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Oshkosh is on the western shore of Lake Winnebago at the Butte de
More outlet. The outlet is on the Fox River Chain that runs from
Green Bay, through Lake Winnebago, out through Oshkosh, and on down
through the Marcellon area. It was the major route traveled during
the original exploration of the area by Jacques Marquette and Louis
Joliet in 1673. The portage from the Fox to the Wisconsin river was
later known at Portage, Wisconsin.
In summary,there is a good deal of Woodworth presence in Wisconsin. The
Woodworth family intermingled and entwined with the Hart's. It is very likely
that Consuela Woodworth was related to this line of the family.