Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 4, Page 7 Fall 1983 – Query 17

August 1, 2010

Need info’ on HANNAH WORTHINGTON 1803 Bucks Co. Pa. d. 1874 Laurence Co. Ill. Mar. Joshua Musgrove 1799 Maysville, Ky. D. 1845, Laurence Co. Ill. Who were HANNAH’S parents: Mrs. Lois Jean Goodson, 318 N. 5th St. Albion, Ill. 62806


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 7 April 1983 – Query 15

December 2, 2009

Where was birthplace of WILLIAM WORTHINGTON of Llanbeder Parish Radnor, Wales. He died there 9 Jan. 1874 – age 76, wife – ANN PRICE, ch. JOHN, ELLEN, MARY, ANN, ELIZA, WILLIAM, THOMAS and JAMES. WILLIAM’S parents; RICHARD WORTHINGTON and MARY PROBERT — Ms. Mary E. Crouch, 616 Highland Court, Neosho, Missouri 64350


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 7 April 1983 – Query 14

December 2, 2009

Need info’ and dates of deaths, marriage, places of burial for ABEL b. 1808 and ELIZABETH (FUINTS) WORTHINGTON. Also looking for place and date of mar. for ALBERT and MARY ELECTRA (PROTSMAN) WORTHINGTON – Mr..& Mrs. William Worthington Bowerman, 512 E. 3rd St. Mishawaha, In. 46544


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 7 April 1983 – Query 13

December 2, 2009

I would like to know the parents of SAMUEL WORTHINGTON, b. Mar..1746 Baltimore, Md. d. 3 Jan. 1821, Anderson County, Tenn. mar. 1774 to ELIZABETH CARNEY b. 30 Apr. 1756 in Va. d. 22 Oct. 1850 in Anderson County Tenn. — Mrs. Andrew Sansone, 1548 Rinderer Drive, Wasson Woods, Mo. 63122


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 7 1983 – Query 12

December 2, 2009

Need any and all information on ISAAC WORTHINGTON, b. 1786 d. 1855 mar. Sarah _____[1] b. 1797 d. 1851. Both are buried in cemetery just north of Olmstead, Ill. Their dau. MARTHA JANE WORTHINGTON, b. 1836-1877 mar. JOHN CRITTENDON HARRIS, 1858 in Mississippi County, Mo. Both are buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Charleston, Mississippi County, Mo. — Margaret Tipton, 713,Church Tiptonville, Tenn. 38079


[1] Editors Note: “___” Information unreadable or blank


New Worthington Query Information

August 6, 2009

Since Blogs are for the Blogger to share information, it does not lend itself to post and reply to a Reader’s Query. This blog has Queries, that have been around for a while. You are most welcome to reply to those Queries if you have information. But, it’s not easy for a reader to post a new Query.

As you may know, there are many places to post Queries for your Family History research. There is another opportunity for you to do so. The Genealogy Wise Social Network has been set up. There is also a Worthington Surname presence on Genealogy Wise.

http://www.genealogywise.com/group/worthingtonsurname

I thought it might be helpful if there was a standard Query format to use when posting a Query here. Organizing Query or your brick wall information:

Thanks to GeneJ at Genealogy Wise, the Most Wanted Ancestorrs Lost and Found Group.

There is a file, on the Worthington Surname Group page, this Discussion Topic

New Worthington Query Information

There is a like to a Text file that can be downloaded for you to complete.

Then using Select All (CTRL+A), Copy (CTRL+C) and Paste (CTRL+V) in the body of the message.

Composer for the structure of this note!

Please start a NEW Disussion for each Query. The Discussion Title should be in the format of:

SURNAME, Given Name (YYYY – YYYY) Location > Location

Example: Worthington, John (1650 – 1701) England > MD

Don’t forget to select FOLLOW at the bottom of the Discussion Page once it is posted so that you will receive and Email when someone replies. If you have a question about a brick wall ancestor, please consider the following questions to help us help you more quickly. Fill in what you know; don’t worry if you don’t know something. ________________________________________________________________________ Your Genealogy Wise Name:

What information do you want to find?

Person in question:
SURNAME, Given Middle “Nickname”:
Birth Date and location:
Death Date and location:

Father’s name:
Mother’s name:
Sibling names:
Marriage:
Marriage Date and location:

Spouse’s SURNAME, Given Middle “Nickname”:
Spouse Birthdate and Location:
Spouse Death date and location:
Spouse’s Father’s Name:
Mother’s name:
Children, census, or other pertinent details:

Please describe what you’ve tried and why you think you have not been able to crack the case? _________________________________________________________________________________

It is hoped that others will join our group and post replies to your question.

Thank you


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 1, Page 8 April 1983 – Query 11

March 5, 2009

Want proof of parentage of JAMES WORTHINGTON b. 23 March 1781 in Pa. and his wife Nancy McGRAW b. 16 Sept. 1781 in Pa. They were living in Dunbar Twp. Fayette Co. Pa. in 1810. They were the parents of the following children, all born Fayette County, Pa.

  1. John, b. 1801 m. Ann Sarah Luther
  2. James, b. 1803; m. Ellenor
  3. Isabella, b. 1804p;; m. John Hall 31 August 1826
  4. Charles, b. 1813; m. Rachel Cartright
  5. Lindy (or Luty) b. 1825; m. Rosa Lee Sutherland

In 1836, James and Nancy and sons moved to Lawrence Co. Ohio to install iron furnaces there. They had worked in iron furnaces in Pa. Want proof that the James Worthington listed in 1800 census of Fayette Co., Dunbar Twp. is father of James Worthington, b. 1781. The James Worthington of the 1800 census is believed to be the son of Robert Worthington and his wife Ann. This Robert, known as Bobbie Dunblaen, was the son of Samuel and Sarah Symcock Worthington. Samuel was the son of the immigrant Quaker Robert Worthington and his first wife Alice Taylor.

Mrs. Ralph Della-Volpe
South Rd. Box 51
Millbrook, N.Y. 12545

* Note: This line connects to Governor Thomas Worthington of Ohio who used the motto similar to the one used in our heading for the coat of arms of Capt. John Worthington, “Worthy to bear the dignity of ones ancestors: Frances and Bette. The ancient Puritan family of Samuel Chew who through two of their daughters are my direct ancestors, marrying into the Worthington family through Charles m. Sarah Chew. This fine family have give much recorded history on the Worthingtons and the Chew girls (I) m. John Eager Howard.


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