Daniel (Kip) Ashworth was born 23 April 1909 in Westbrookville, Sullivan County, New York, United States to Daniel Gunner Ashworth (1876-1949) and Sybil H. Decker (1881-1946) and died 1 January 1997 of unspecified causes. He married Ethel May VanSickle (1910-1992) . Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.
|Offspring of Daniel G. Ashworth and Sybil H. Decker (1881-1946)|
|Curtis Walter Ashworth (1906-1961)|| |
|Charles Albert Ashworth (1911-2006)|| |
|Daniel Clifford Ashworth (1909-1997)||23 April 1909 Westbrookville, Sullivan County, New York, United States||1 January 1997|| Ethel May VanSickle (1910-1992)|
|Ellen Rosetta Ashworth (1915-2002)||1915 Westbrookville, Sullivan County, New York, United States||21 February 2002 Buffalo, New York, United States (Beechwood Residence)|| Joseph Griffin (1912-1979)|
- Curtis Walter Ashworth (1906-1961)
- Charles Albert Ashworth (1911-2006) (who was "of Little Falls" in 1997)
- Ellen Griffin of Westbrookville
|Offspring of Daniel (Kip) Ashworth and Ethel May VanSickle (1910-1992) ¢|
|Virginia E. Ashworth (1934-2012)|| |
|Daniel Ashworth (1938-1938)|| |
|Lois M. Ashworth (1939-2009)|| |
|Linda Ashworth ()|
The Times Herald Record; Middletown, New York on Thursday, January 2, 1997:
Daniel Clifford "Kip" Ashworth of Westbrookville, a retired fireman for the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Center, New Hampton, and an owner of the Ashworth Blanket Mill, Westbrookville, and lifelong resident of the area, died Wednesday, Jan. 1, at Arden Hill Hospital, Goshen. He was 87. The son of the late Daniel and Sybil Decker Ashworth, he was born April 23, 1909, in Westbrookville. He was the widower of Ethel VanSickle Ashworth. He was a member of the Civil Service Employees Association; and an honorary member of the Westbrookville Fire Department. Survivors include three daughters, Lois Hahn of Westbrookville, Linda Bush of Athens, Ga., and Virginia Ashworth of Westbrookville; one brother, C. Albert Ashworth of Little Falls; one sister, Ellen Griffin of Westbrookville; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several nieces and one nephew. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Knight-Auchmoody Funeral Home, 154 E. Main St., Port Jervis. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. The Rev. Richard Moore will officiate. Burial will be in the Westbrookville Cemetery, Westbrookville. Memorial contributions may be sent to Westbrookville United Methodist Church, Westbrookville.