Worthley Pond has been around for years so here you will find stories and pictures that portray family history and events over the years.
As you clean out old closets or chests of drawers and come across pictures, letters, etc. that remind you of “days back when,” please consider sharing them with the Worthley Pond family by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org or including them in the Reply box at the bottom of this page.
The Carters on Worthley Pond by Sue Sypher, 111 East Shore Road
Grace Grant was born in London, England in April of 1871 and arrived in the United States in 1874 at the age of three. John Carter was also born in London and arrived in the United States in 1877 at the age of six. Both families settled in the Boston area. Years later, John and Grace met and were married in Revere, Mass. in 1895. Click here to read the rest of the story . . .
271 East Shore Road, by Bob Kingston
The signpost (when it is standing) says Ahara because my grandfather, Vic Ahara, built the camp in 1953. My generation enjoys keeping this name on the post because Worthley Pond was so important to him and to our grandmother (as it is to us).