|UNKNOWN, Olive A.
Olive married James Madison WORDEN about 1846 in Eaton County, Michigan. (James Madison WORDEN was born about 1822 in New York and died before 1880 in prob. Ionia County, Michigan.)
1 1850 US Census (Washington, Macomb County, Michigan). Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists James M. Worden (age 27, b. NY), wife Olave A. (age 24, b. NY) and children Hellen E. (age 4, b. MI), Allace G. (age 2, b. MI) and Edward H. (age 5 mos, b. MI), living in Washington, Michigan. Also in the household are Alfred Gram (age 12, b. MI), "farmer;" Lucy A. Andrews (age 27, b. NY) [perhaps a relative of Olave's?]; Joseph Van Kamp (age 45, b. Canada), "farmer;" and Aaron Coygin (age 26, b. England), "farmer." James is listed as a "farmer."
2 1880 US Census (District 96, Ionia, Ionia County, Michigan). Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists Olive A. Worden (age 52, b. NY), widow, and son Francis A. (age 21, b. MI), living in Ionia, Michigan. Francis is listed as a "machinist." Olive indicates that both her parents were born in New York.
3 1860 US Census (Plainfield, Kent County, Michigan). Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists James Worden [spelled Wordene] (age 32, b. NY), wife Olive A. (age 30, b. NY) and children Helen (age 13, b. MI), Alice (age 11, b. MI), Edward (age 10, b. MI) and Francis A. (age 1, b. MI), living in Plainfield, Michigan. James is listed as a "farmer."
4 U.S. Civil War Pension Index. Surety: 4. James M. Worden, Co. C, 1st Mich Eng. Reg; widow: Olive A. Worden. Application for widow pension dated 1 Jun 1881 [year estimated, hard to read].