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Worcester County

Politicians who died in Worcester County

  Barre: William A. Gaston, 1927
  Bolton: Philip J. Philbin, 1972
  Brookfield: Dwight Foster, 1823
  East Brookfield: Warren E. Tarbell, 1930
  Fitchburg: Goldsmith Fox Bailey, 1862 — Alvah Crocker, 1874 — Frederick S. Coolidge, 1906 — Frank H. Foss, 1947
  Gardner: John McCulloch Spencer, 1965
  Lancaster: Andrews Breed, 1881
  Leicester: David Henshaw, 1852 — John E. Russell, 1903
  Mendon: Seth Hastings, 1831
  Milford: Ezekiel Cornell, 1800
  North Brookfield: Amasa Walker, 1875 — Charles Adams, Jr., 1886
  Oxford: Ebenezer Learned, 1801 — Alexander De Witt, 1879
  Phillipston: E. Peabody Gerry, 1911
  Shrewsbury: Artemas Ward, 1800
  South Lancaster, Lancaster: Francis B. Fay, 1876
  Southbridge: Charles N. Daniels, 1916 — Calvin D. Paige, 1930
  Uxbridge: Phineas Bruce, 1809 — Benjamin Adams, 1837
  West Boylston: Walter H. Blodget, 1923
  Whitinsville, Northbridge: Samuel C. Pomeroy, 1891
  Winchendon: Philo Parsons, 1865
  Worcester, 1800-1899: Levi Lincoln, 1820 — Joseph Allen, 1827 — John Davis, 1854 — George Hood, 1859 — Abijah Bigelow, 1860 — Levi Lincoln, Jr., 1868 — Charles Allen, 1869 — Lemuel Williams, 1869 — James B. Blake, 1870 — John S. C. Knowlton, 1871 — Henry Chapin, 1878 — Alexander H. Bullock, 1882 — John D. Baldwin, 1883 — Isaac Davis, 1883 — William W. Rice, 1896 — Thomas Leverett Nelson, 1897 — Eli Thayer, 1899 — Charles G. Reed, 1899
  Worcester, 1900-1999: George F. Hoar, 1904 — Rockwood Hoar, 1906 — Joseph H. Walker, 1907 — M. V. B. Jefferson, 1908 — Augustus B. R. Sprague, 1910 — Samuel E. Hull, 1911 — Edward L. Davis, 1912 — William A. Lytle, 1926 — Martin E. Trench, 1927 — Eugene L. Belisle, 1932 — Samuel E. Winslow, 1940 — Chandler Bullock, 1962 — George R. Stobbs, 1966 — Israel Katz, 1979 — Harold D. Donohue, 1984 — Milton P. Higgins, 1997
  Worcester, 2000-2022: Joseph D. Early, 2012
   See also Massachusetts deathplaces not assigned to counties.
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