Has anyone lost ISAAC WORTHINGTON ? In 1850, he ran a ferry over Big Muddy River near the new town of Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois. He owned real estate worth $100 and had been born In Ohio about 1820. ISAAC’s wife was CLARISSA J. WORTHINGTON, about twenty-four years old and a native of Pennsylvania. They had three year old twins, Jefferson J. and SARAH V. WORTHINGTON. The new baby was named LEWIS. All the children were born to Ill. The Jackson County Historical Soc. would like to know where he went from Murphysboro. Write to: Box 7, Murphysboro, Ill 62966.
Need info’ on WILLIAM M. WORTHINGTON. mar, ELIZA LYNN in Belmont Co. Ohio Jan. 22, 1856. Three children: CLARENCE, LAURA, and PAUL BASCOM, my grandfather: George W. Cherry, 120 Grace Ave. Barnesville, Ohio 43713
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
Wishing to correspond with anyone working on the WORTHINGTON line in Florida. Write to: Juliann May, 5006 West Hinsdale Circle, Little, Colorado 80123
SKETCH OF THOMAS CHEW WORTHINGTON SHIPLEY, was the son of SAMUEL TALBOTT and MARY ELIZABETH (nee WORTHINGTON) SHIPLEY. We believe her to also be a descendant of THOMAS. We are not able to identify MARY ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON any further. Please help.