Born: Circa 1873, Pennsylvania.
Edna was the daughter of Thomas Worchester Worrell and Nina Acadia Turner, and was said to be a great-great-grandniece of Betsy Ross. She was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1880. In 1910, she was still living in Philadelphia with her parents; she was also there in 1920.
Worrell’s works include:
Feed ’Em(March Brothers, 1918)