Susie Augusta <I>Smith</I> Worcester

Susie Augusta Smith Worcester

Birth
Lee County, Texas, USA
Death 12 Jun 1944 (aged 77)
Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA
Burial Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID 24955595 · View Source
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Shares double stone with Marion L Worcester

Mother: Mary Elizabeth Smith 1841-1918
Father: Charles Wellington Smith 1809-1874

Brothers: Gustav Wellington Smith 1869-1947 (Gus is her twin)
Robert Smith 1871-
Albert Smith 1875-1905
Henry Smith 1875-1914


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The Cameron Herald
Cameron, Texas

15 June 1944, page 8

Mrs. M. L. Worcester Buried Here Tuesday

Funeral services for Mrs. Marion L. Worcester, 78, were held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, 1944, from First Spiritualist Church in Cameron, with Rev. L. Devoe of Fort Worth, conducting.
Interment was made in Oak Hill Cemetery with the Marek-Burns Funeral Home directing arrangements.
Mrs. Worcester died at the home of her son, Charlie Worcester in Cameron at 5 p.m. Monday, June 12, 1944, after a brief illness.
Her death came as a shock to hundreds of friends throughout the community. Mrs. Worcester had been in declining health for several years and with her aged surviving husband had made her home with their son for some time, moving here some moths ago from South Texas.
Mrs. Worcester was a native of Texas, born in Lee County on June 3, 1866. She moved to Cameron with her parents when a small child.
She was married to Marion L. Worcester on May 15, 1888, and to them were born eight children.
Surviving are her husband, M. L. Worcester, seven children: Mrs. Vera O’Bryant, Edinburg; Charlie Worcester, Cameron; John Worcester, Mission; Mrs. Jim Crouch, Cameron; Mrs. Henry McLane, Cameron; Mrs. Gene Muse, Cameron; Cecil Worcester, Temple.
The following grand children survive: Laurence Tiller, Edinburg, Sgt. William Worcester Camp Howze; Mrs. Stanley Hughes, Cameron; Miss Opal Worcester, Clarksville; Mrs. Jack Vick, Spartanburg, S. C.; Miss Doris Nell McLane, Camp Hood; J. C. Worcester, S2C U. S. Navy; Rebecca Jean and Eleanor Sue Muse, Cameron; Ronald Doyle and Barbara Joyce Worcester, Temple.
Great grand children surviving are as follows: Laurence Tiller, Jr., Dwight Charles Hughes, Marilyn Diane Hughes, Sharon Llynnell Vick.
Mrs. Worcester’s life had been an inspiration to her husband and family and to friends. She lived in an age of important advancements in central Texas To the pioneers go the credit for foundations laid deep and abiding for the structures of society, of religion and justice. Mrs. Worcester was devoted to her family and to her church. She has left for her husband and children a fine heritage of character and of faith for her life was a living symbol of the things most cherished for generations by men and women who built the empire.
She will be greatly missed by her family and friends who gathered for the tribute to her life late Tuesday when the soil from which the pioneers wrought a mighty nation received the mortal remains as proof that the spirit is immortal.



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  • Maintained by: S Hawk Michael
  • Originally Created by: Karen Neal Morey
  • Added: 29 Feb 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 24955595
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Susie Augusta Smith Worcester (3 Jan 1867–12 Jun 1944), Find A Grave Memorial no. 24955595, citing Oak Hill Cemetery, Cameron, Milam County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by S Hawk Michael (contributor 47210353) .