February 1894 Obituary
Hannah Everingham Worden
Last Thursday morning, Hannah, wife of Frank Worden, died at her home at Elkhorn. She was born at Lafayette, May 9th, 1829. When about three years old her parents Samuel and Sallie Everingham, removed to Manlius village. After living in Manlius about a year they removed to a farm near High Bridge, now called Elkhorn, in which vicinity she has always lived. In the fall of 1853 she was married to Frank Worden, to whom she has made a good wife of a kind and loving disposition.
She made a great many friends; forever looking to the comfort of others and never complaining. About four years ago she began to complain, which finally resulted in a cancerous trouble, which caused her death. Rev C. Osbourne officiated at the house and at the church. His remarks were listened to with deep attention and were exceedingly comforting and appropriate. The pall-bearers were her son, William and James C. Kiely and Robert Dunlop, sons-in-law, and Lewis Washburn, a nephew. Besides her husband, she leaves a son, William and three daughters, Mrs. James C. Kiely, Mrs. Robert Dunlop and Hattie. The family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement.
Husband Frank Worden's obituary:
FAYETTEVILLE, Death of Frank Worden, Jan 29, 1904 -- Frank Worden of Elkhorn died this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert Dunlop, aged 80 years. He is survived by on son William Worden of Syracuse, and three daughters, Mrs. James Kiely of Syracuse, Mrs. Arthur Agan and Mrs. Robert Dunlop of this village.