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Renselaer Case Worden (1841 - 1924)

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Renselaer Case Worden
Born in Milan (Town of), Dutchess County, NYmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NYmap
Husband of — married in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NYmap
Husband of — married in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NYmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NYmap
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Name

Name: Renselaer Case /Worden/
Name: Van Renselaer /Worden/
Name: Rans /Worden/

Found multiple versions of NAME. Using Renselaer Case /Worden/ .

Birth

Birth:
Date: 18 AUG 1841
Place: Milan (Town of), Dutchess County, NY
Note: Renselaer had to show an old family bible dated pre-1850 to prove his birth in his Pension Application. His death certificate shows date of death as December 16, 1924, age: 80 years, 3 mos., 28 days which calculates to a birth date of 19 Aug 1844. One family record (from Gladys Borden Chapman's daughter, Helen Robinson) shows his birth date as 1841. He lived in Hyde Park on 21 Sep 1914.
Source: #S285
Source: #S299
Page: IGI 1993 Ed. Vers. Q300: Name was Rensalaer Worden, born in MilanTownship, Dutchess County, NY. Name Van Renselaer Worden is from letter to Katherine Mann Kip from Isabel Coons Muller and also appears in one marriage certificate (Sarah Clement).
Source: #S308
Source: #S312
Page: 1850


Death

Death:
Date: 16 DEC 1924
Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Note: Some records show his death took place in Hyde Park.
Source: #S288


Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 03 JAN 2011

Prior to import, this record was last changed 03 JAN 2011 .

Ancestors of Interest

Ancestors of Interest: @SUB1@


Event

Event:
Type: Civil War
Date: BET 26 AUG 1862 AND 30 JUN 1865
Note: and enlisted in Stanford, NY. He was honorably discharged at Washington, DC. He served in the following battles:
Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
Resaca, GA, May 14-15, 1864
Dallas, GA, May 25-June 4, 1864
Kennesaw Mt., GA, June 9-July 2, 1864
Culpris, FL, June 22, 1864
Peachtree Creek, GA, July 20, 1864
Atlanta, GA, July 21-Aug 26, 1864
Sherman's March to the Sea, Nov 15-Dec 10, 1864
Savannah, GA, Dec 10-21, 1864
Campaign of the Carolina's, July 26-Apr 26, 1865
Averasber, NC, Mar 16, 1865
Bentonville, Mar 19-20, 1865
Bennett Home, NC, Apr 26, 1865
Renselaer served under Capt. William T. Van Kuren in the 150th Regt. commanded by John H. Ketchum. He was discharged at the end of the war.
"WORDEN , RENSSELAER—Age , 19 years. Enlisted, August
29, 1862, at Stanford, to serve three years; mustered in as pri -
vate, Co. C, October 11, 1862; promoted corporal, February 15,
1865; mustered out with company, June 8, 1865, near Washington, D. C. ; also borne as Ranslar."
Source: #S308
Page: Letter from Helen Robinson, Gladys Borden Chapman's daughter, to Ed Goodrich, June's brother.
Source: #S424
Page: http://dmna.state.ny.us/historic/reghist/civil/rosters/Infantry/150th_Infantry_CW_Roster.pdf, p. 607


Occupation

Occupation: embalmer/undertaker. He operated the first mortician service in Hyde Park; his son, Ralph continued the business after his death.
Source: #S291


Burial

Burial:
Date: AFT 16 DEC 1924
Place: Rhinebeck Cemetery, Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Object:
Format: JPEG
Title: Rhinebeck Cemetery
File: C:\Users\Doris\Documents\The Master Genealogist v7\Exhibits\Rhinebeck Cemetery.jpg
Note: Rhinebeck Cemetery
Note: Lot 310, Section B. Also buried in this lot are two of his wives, including Minerva LaBonte Worden and her parents
Source: #S309
Page: Rhinebeck Cemetery


Note

Note: On June 1, 1923, Renselaer suffered a stroke affecting both sides of his body. He also suffered a growth in his bladder. His death was caused by a cerebral hemmorhage and cancer.
Source: #S458
Note: His death certificate shows date of death: December 16, 1924; age: 80 years, 3 mos., 28 days which calculates birth date: 19 Aug 1844. Sources include: NY Gen. & Bio. Record, Oct. 1955; Marriage record of Reformed Congregation of Old Rhinebeck (974.733.V25R, p. 85); family record of Katherine Mann Kipp; military and pension records (Philander and Alexander, both Union soldiers, died during the Civil War), Renselaer was Commissary Sergeant, promoted to Lieutenant). All siblings and self are buried in Rhinebeck except Elizabeth W. Simmons and Alexander (buried in London Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD). William has no stone. Another source is the International Genealogical Index (IGI 1993 Ed. Vers. Q300): name was Renselaer, born in Milan Township, Dutchess County, NY. Name Van Renselaer is in letter from Isabel Coon Muller to Katherine Mann Kipp; also appears in marriage certificate. In DJW file are: photos of graves and family plot; a marriage certificate for his second marriage to Sarah Augusta Clement (Gildersleeve), his death certificate and military pension papers (widow's pension awarded to third wife, Isabel Quick).
Note: A land record shows Renselaer owning a lot in 1876 between Parsonage and Beech Sts. in Rhinebeck between East Market St. and Chestnut.
Source: #S401
Page: Source Citation: Collection Number: G&M_7, Roll Number: 7.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps, 1860-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Various publishers of County Land Ownership Atlases. Microfilmed by the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.



Census

Census:
Date: 1880
Note: with Minnie L. age 30, Evina age 12, Nora age 7, and Ralph V. R. 3 mos.
Source: #S312
Page: Year: 1880; Census Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York; Roll 825; Family History Film: 1254825; Page: 343B; Enumeration District: 67; Image: 0692.
Census:
Date: 1850
Note: age 9, with Samuel age 55, Catherine age 50, Philander age 14, Alexander age 12, Caatherine age 4.
Source: #S312
Page: Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Milan, Dutchess, New York; Roll M432_496; Page: 300B; Image: 616.


Object

Marriage

Husband: Renselaer Case Worden
Wife: Minerva L. La Bonte
Child: Evina Worden
Child: Noella Worden
Child: Ralph V. R. Worden
Marriage:
Date: 03 SEP 1866
Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Note: at Newell LaBonte house, Fishing Ground; witnesses were Newell, Eve, Joseph & Mary R. LaBonte. Minerva and her brother James were married together on the same day.
Source: #S303
Page: Vital Records of the Methodist Churches of Rhinebeck: Marriages 1858-1894, p. 11


Husband: Renselaer Case Worden
Wife: Isabell Lucas Quick
Marriage:
Date: 12 APR 1903
Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Source: #S300


Husband: Renselaer Case Worden
Wife: Sarah Augusta Clement
Marriage:
Date: 29 MAR 1887
Place: Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY
Source: #S300


Husband: Samuel Montross Worden
Wife: Catherine Southard
Child: William C. Worden
Child: Elizabeth Ann Worden
Child: Philena Lennie Worden
Child: Emma Worden
Child: Mary Jane Worden
Child: Philander B. Worden
Child: Renselaer Case Worden
Child: Alexander L. Worden
Child: Katherine Henrietta Worden
Marriage:
Date: 08 NOV 1823
Place: Rhinebeck Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Note: Samuel Montross was a widower when he married Katherine Southard. (Could he have been married to the Elizabeth Worden who died 1 Jan 1822 in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County NY.? There is a reference at the First Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Valley, record "#12: 17 May 1812. Baptized adult, Elizabeth Worden, wife of Samuel Worden." But also see Samuel M. Worden, b. 1777 in Westchester County, died in 1839/1840 in Pleasant Valley; he may have been married to an Elizabeth who had a child Zaccheus b. about 1807, d. 1826 in Pleasant Valley.)
Source: #S310
Source: #S313
Page: Rhinebeck Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY
Source: #S303
Page: Pub. Code 015, # 2688



Sources

http://doriswheeler.org/

Source S285
Title: United States Military Service Record
Abbreviation: Military service record
Source S288
Title: Death record
Abbreviation: Death record
Source S291
Title: Personal knowledge
Abbreviation: Personal knowledge
Source S299
Title: Church of the Latter Day Saints: International Genealogical Index
Abbreviation: LDS IGI
Source S300
Title: Marriage record
Abbreviation: Marriage record
Source S303
Title: Kinship publications
Abbreviation: Kelly (Kinship)
Author: Kelly, Arthur M.
Publication: Kinship, Rhinebeck, NY
Source S308
Title: Family records
Abbreviation: Family records
Source S309
Title: Cemetery record
Abbreviation: Cemetery record
Source S310
Title: Newspaper clipping
Abbreviation: Newspaper clipping
Source S312
Title: Census
Abbreviation: Census
Source S313
Title: Church records
Abbreviation: Church records
Source S401
Title: Ancestry Web Site
Abbreviation: Ancestry.com
Source S424
Title: Web page
Abbreviation: Web page
Publication: various
Source S458
Title: Chapman Address Book
Abbreviation: Chapman Address Book


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