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Charles Campbell Worthington

Charles Campbell Worthington, American mechanic engineer, retired. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ex-member of council).

Background

  • Worthington, Charles Campbell was born on January 6, 1854 in Booklyn, New York, United States. Son of Henry Rossiter and Sara (Newton) Worthington.

  • Education

    • General engineering course, Columbia.

    Career

    • Campbell (deceased), Edward Hedden. Reginald Stuart; married second, Maude C. Rice, June 7, 1906. Children—Sara Newton, Alice Rice.

      Owner and president Henry R. Worthington Corporation, manufacturers steam pumps, 1875-1900 (retired). Consultant and nominal president Worthington Mower Company, Stroudsburg. Pennsylvania Inventor of Worthington high duty water works engine and hydraidic machinery now in use in principal countries of the world.

      Invented, 1913, and introduced the Worthington gang lawn mower, in general use on golf courses.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ex-member of council). Clubs: Engineers’, New York Athletic.

    Connections

    • Married Julia A. Hedden, 1879 (deceased).; married second, Maude C. Rice, June 7, 1906. Children: Julia Hedden (Mistress.
    • father: Henry Rossiter Worthington
    • mother: Sara (Newton) Worthington
    • spouses: Julia A. Hedden
    • Maude C. Rice
    • child: Julia Hedden (Mrs Worthington
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    Born January 6, 1854
    Died October 21, 1944
    (aged 90)
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