Roxana Worden1,2,3,4

ID# 17649, (1794 - 1863)
  • Born: 4 Mar 1794 in Vermont.5,7,8
  • Married: Gideon Cobb 18 Oct 1819 in Rochester, New York.1,7,3
  • Died: 21 Apr 1863.2,6
  • Buried: 24 Apr 1863 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York.6,9
Roxana also appears in our Family History Section where there is much more information about her.

Children with Gideon Cobb:


  1. "Married." Rochester Telegraph. Rochester, New York, 19 Oct 1819.
  2. "Tombstone Inscriptions from Section I of Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York." Online GenWeb Monroe County NY.
  3. Philip L Cobb, A History of the Cobb Family. Cleveland:, 1907, 1914, 1915. Reprint, Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Quintin Publications.
  4. O. N. Worden, Some Records of Persons by the Name of Worden, Particularly of Over One Thousand of the Ancestors, Kin, and Descendants of John and Elizabeth Worden, of Washington County, Rhode Island: Covering Three Hundred Years, and Comprising Twelve Generations in America .... Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Railway Press of J. R. Cornelius, 1868.
  5. Montpelier, Vermont, General Index to Vital Records of Vermont, early to 1870, Secretary of State.
  6. Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York, burial records.
  7. The Michigan Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Application of Howard Cole Sherman, National no. 40400.
  8. New York. Monroe Co.. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication M432-528. Washington: National Archives.
  9. Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York, plot records.
  10. Warren Kling. "Gideon Cobb (1791-1864), Early Rochester Pioneer, Brickmaker, and Developer of Monroe Avenue." Epitaph: The Friends of Mount Hope Newsletter. Vol 21, no. 1 (Winter, 2001).
  11. Edmund Janes Cleveland and Horace Gillette Cleveland, compilers, The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: an Attempt to Trace, in Both the Male and Female lines.... 3 vols.. Hartford, Connecticut: printed for the Subscribers by Case, Lockwod & Brainard Co., 1899.
  12. Maria Cobb Hall, Certificate of Death, Missouri State Board of Health.
  13. Francis A. Cole, Transcript of Certificate of Death, Department of State, Division of Vital Statistics State of Michigan.