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1.
George Herbert Walker Bush, 41st United States President

2.
George Walker Bush, 43rd United States President

3.
Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister

4.
Levi Coffin, reputed President of the Underground Railroad

5.
Mary Coffin (Starbuck), cornerstone of Quaker faith on Nantucket 1701

6.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, U. S. General and U. S. President

7.
James Athearn Folger, founder of Folger's Coffee Company

8.
Frederick Fox, Fox's Gap in Maryland, the Braddock Expedition, the Battle of South Mountain

9.
Benjamin Franklin, a founding father of the United States, printer, inventor, scientist, diplomat, etc., etc., etc.

10.
Jabez Gorham, founder of Gorham Silver in 1831 in Providence, Rhode Island

11.
Captain John Gorham, King Philips War

12.
Nathaniel Gorham, 8th President of the United States in Congress Assembled,
June 1786 to November 13, 1786, a signer of the Constitution of the United States from Massachusetts

13.
John Howland, passenger of the famous ship Mayflower in 1620

14.
Joan Hurst, passenger of the famous ship Mayflower in 1620

15.
Lt. John Kerr Senior, patriot and soldier of the American Revolution

16.
Joseph Kerr Junior, Alamo defender

17.
Rowland Hussey Macy, founder of Macy's Department Store

18.
Mary Morrill, mentioned in Moby Dick, maternal grandmother of Benjamin Franklin

19.
Richard Milhous Nixon, 37th President of the United States

20.
John Ogle, English Military Expeditionary force in 1664

21.
Captain Joseph Ogle, Ogle County, Illinois

22.
Robert Burton Older, soldier, liberator, Normandy, Northern France,
Ardennes (Battle of the Bulge), Central Europe, Air Offensive - Europe

23.
Sidney Porter, short story writer O’Henry

24.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States

25.
Richard Shute, War of 1812

26.
Elizabeth Tilley, passenger of the famous ship Mayflower in 1620

27.
John Tilley, passenger of the famous ship Mayflower in 1620

28.
Daniel Webster, American statesman

29.
Daniel Worth, Wesleyan Methodist minister, abolitionist

30.
James W. Worth - United States Army - died of typhoid fever in November 1861 at Washington, DC

31.
John C. Worth - United States Army - lost an eye and severely wounded in a shoulder
at the Battle of Franklin, TN

32.
Jonathan Worth, North Carolina Governor, 1865-1868

33.
Seth Worth - United State Army - died of typhoid fever in November 1861 at Washington, DC

34.
William Jenkins Worth, Major General - Fort Worth, Texas