Person:Lavinia Strong (2)

m. AFT 1870
  1. Lavinia Elizabeth Strong1875 - 1941
m. 4 JAN 1898
  1. Herbert Kirkwood Sparrell1899 - 1978
  2. Lester Strong (Duke) Sparrell1904 - 1985
Facts and Events
Name Lavinia Elizabeth Strong
Gender Female
Birth[2][3] 23 Nov 1875 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Census? 1880 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United StatesLiving in Worcester with parents
Marriage 4 JAN 1898 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Charles Herbert Sparrell
Residence[1] 1941 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States64 Fruit St
Death[1][2] 27 Aug 1941 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Cause of Death? 27 Aug 1941 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United StatesCause: Cancer
Other[1][3][4] Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United StatesRegent Worcester Chapter D.A.R.
Burial[1][2] Hope Cemetery, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States

She was a member of the DAR and therefore descendants should be eligible for either [1] or SAR based on Lavina's application.

She was a descendant of Thomas Minor and therefore descendants should be eligible for the Thomas Minor Society.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 The Christian Leader, Vol 123, Part 2/Page 701, 6 Sep 1941, Secondary quality.

    Vol CXXIII No 36
    pg 701

    "Mrs Charles H. Sparrell

    Lavinia Elizabeth Sparrell, wife of Charles H. Sparrell, died Aug. 27 at her home, 64 Fruit St., Worcester, Mass. She was born in Worcester, the daughter of Albert Randolph and Alice Virginia (Edgecomb) Strong. She leaves her husband and two sons, H. Kirkwood Sparrell of Wickford, R.I., and Lester S. Sparrell of Larchmont, N.Y., also seven grandchildren.

    Mrs. Sparrell was a member of the First Universalist Church, a past president of the Z.E.H. Club of the church, and a past director of the Clara Barton Camp for Diabetic Children. She was a director of teh Red Cross group of the First Universalist Church during the first World War, and a past regent of Col. Timothy Bigelow Chapter, D.A.R., having held many offices in that organization.

    Funeral services were held at Sessions Chapel in Worcester Aug. 29. Rev. Fenwick L. Leavitt, D.D., officiated. Interment was in teh family lot in Hope Cemetery."

    Text transcribed by D Sparrell from Volume at Library of Congress, call number BX9901.U55 Vol 123, Part 2, page 701

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2, in
  3. 3.0 3.1, in Worcester DAR Past Regents.

    Lavinia S. Sparrell 1926-1927

  4. Member Search, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.
  5., in Thomas Minor Society.

    6066. Alice Virginia EDGECOMB-172583 (George W EDGECOMB , Bridget CHESEBROUGH , Anna BALDWIN , Bridget CHESEBROUGH , Bridget MINOR , Joseph ) was born on 15 Feb 1850 in New London, New London, Connecticut. She died in 1914.

    Alice married (MRIN:55665) Albert Randolph STRONG-172586 on 22 Jan 1871. Albert was born on 18 Apr 1845 in Montville, New London, Conn.. He died.

    They had the following children.

    + 10092 F i Lavina Elizabeth STRONG-172587 was born on 23 Nov 1875. She died on 27 Aug 1941.