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Addenda North Carolina Families
THE HAWORTH FAMILY
The Haworth family came originally from Yorkshire and then Lancashire in England. The first immigrant, George Haworth, came to Pennsylvania in 1699. There in Bucks County, he married Sarah Scarborough. Our line descends from their son James Frederick Haworth who married Sarah Wood, through their son Richard H. Haworth who married Ann Dillon, through their son William Haworth who married Sarah Brazelton. William and Sarah's daughter, Mary Ann (Polly) Haworth married William Canaday and hence the lines became linked. The Haworth family was Quaker and followed the same migration pattern as our Canadays. They went from Pennsylvania to North Carolina and then Tennessee around 1800. From there they went to Indiana and then to Illinois. During this time period, there were Haworths marrying Canadays as well as Beals, Thornburghs, Beesons, Dillons and other cousins of ours. I will begin this history in Yorkshire County of England with our earliest known ancestor Henry Haworth, son of Henry Haworth.
Henry Haworth was from Yorkshire in the north of England. I know absolutely nothing of him, except the fact that he had three sons, Henry, William and James. Henry Haworth would have been born sometime around the 1620 time period, probably in Yorkshire. His sons were born in the early 1640s, so I am simply working back to a birth date. He may have moved to, or simply been in, Lancashire as one of his sons seems to have been born there. That's all I have. The following are three sons, he may have had more sons and most probably had daughters as well.
Henry Haworth Junior
Henry, the second, was born in the early 1640s. I do not know his wife's name, but they had at least two children. ELIZABETH HAWORTH married her cousin, James Haworth of Hapton Hall, son of Henry's brother William. HENRY HAWORTH III of Bently Wood Green. He had four children: Elizabeth who married Robert Foulds of Hapton. They had one daughter, Alice Foulds. Elizabeth died and Robert Foulds married her sister. Mary also married Robert Foulds and had Ann Foulds who married William Jamison. George and John, both of whom died as children.
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James Haworth is our line and is covered in the next section.
William had one son who married his brother's daughter. That is literally all I know of William. JAMES HAWORTH married his cousin, Elizabeth Haworth. This family went to America with their cousin, George Haworth, son of James above.
James Haworth would have been born about 1645 in the County of Lancashire. He was probably married sometime around 1665 to 1670. His wife was named Isabel, but we have no clues as to her maiden name. The Haworths lived in Rockcliffe near Bacup in Rockdale Parish some twenty miles north of the city of Manchester in Lancashire. James Haworth had two brothers that we know of, Henry and William. William's son, James Haworth came to America along with our ancestor, George Haworth. James and Isabel Haworth had four daughters and two sons before he died in about 1684 while only in his late thirties. His widow, Isabel, later married John Ormerod, but had no more children. Isabel was alive into the early 1700s. She died in 1707 and is buried in the Friends Burial Ground in Marsden, Lancaster. The children of James and Isabel Haworth were:
Mary was born in 1668 and married John Myers or Miers and immigrated to America in about 1697. They lived on the Maryland coast in a town called Harbills. John was a hatter by trade. Mary joined the Quaker Church, but John remained with the Church of England. John Myers died in about 1718 and Mary moved to Lewistown, Pennsylvania. She may have moved before John died, but I do not know. Mary died in 1728 and was buried in land she had given the Church as a Friends Burial Ground. They had six children. Two died as infants, ELIZABETH and GEORGE. The others were JOHN, JAMES, MARY and SARAH MYERS. It was at Mary's house in Harbills that young George Haworth went upon arriving in America in 1699.
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George is our line and his life is covered in the next section.
Sarah married Isaac Collins of Hampton, Lancashire. This family remained in the area for several generations.
Susannah was born about 1670 and married a man named Shaw and they had at least two sons. Jonathan and James Shaw, one of the heirs to the estate at Hapton Halls.
James was born about 1678 and, like his brother George became a Quaker. He, however, remained in England with his mother. He leased an estate called Hapton Hall in Patron Grove, Hapton. In 1709, he married Ellen Blakey of Marston Meeting. Ellen died the next year and in 1712, he married a cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Haworth. James and Elizabeth had four children: JAMES, who died as an infant. ELIZABETH who married Richard Fort of Hard. GEORGE who married Martha Rawcliffe and had nine children: James, John, Elizabeth, Martha, Mary, George, Henry, Jonathan and Susannah. HENRY who married Elizabeth Tapper of Northwood and had three children: Elizabeth, James and George.
It was Isabella, born about 1685, and her husband that went with her brother George to America in 1699. She died at sea in childbirth. Her child died as well. Then a few days after arriving in America, her husband died as well. There is a letter coming up that details these deaths.
George Haworth would have been born about 1680 in Lancashire, England. As a young man, he became a Quaker and accepted William Penn's invitation to come to America and be free of religious persecution. In 1699, George Haworth came to America with his sister and her husband. They were at sea some fourteen weeks and endured the hardships of such a long journey. His sister and brother in law, as well as many others died at sea.
hoping that you are all in good health as I am at present. but she liveth so far remote from any meeting that she seldom goeth. She was indifferently well most of the way. let them be bedticks. she doth somewhat incline to come to meeting. flux and jaundice and many died at sea about 56 and at shore there died about 20. for we being thronged in the ship I believe hurt many. his son John is dead also. for the seamen stowed the hold so full of goods that they had not enough room for water and beer. two boys and two girls. and staid there one week and then set sail in a sloop for Philadelphia. We were about 14 weeks at sea. or else victuals themselves and bargain for being carried over and goods and then bring for yourselves but a little beef and some bacon and what flour is very good. with all sorts of bedding. for we had many distempers amongst us as fevers. And as for your goods you bring. My Sister was in good health and she hath four children. or any of my neighbors do incline to come into this country. so be careful of being thronged in the ship or a summer's journey. 1699 To my Dear Mother. If my Brother. though I have been very weakly at sea in the latter end of our journey. of 8 Mo. and her husband being well also. Indiana in September of 1899. very good. My Brother-in-law is dead and the child died also about three days before my sister. After we left Liverpool a long and tedious journey we had. let them be careful that they do not come too many in the ship as we did. Philadelphia. spices. and so much in weakness I got to the place and quickly found her. then many fainted away and died. and cheese and butter and eggs and any other mild sort of food. and then wanting such things as might have nourished us. for being thronged and the smell of many. we suffered hardships. As for my Sister here. Brother and Sisters: -After my dear love to you all with my dear love to all my friends and neighbors. This transcript of that letter was obtained in a booklet put out by the Haworth Family Association at a Reunion held in Plainfield. and one Ellis Schofield and Robert Brewer are dead and he hath left his goods to be returned to his kinfolks at Liverpool. Bring no hats except very good and hardwares. but about 100 leagues of sight of land she bore a child and it died and then she died and left her household goods to my sister and one half of the clothes and the other half she left to me. but it pleased the Lord that I got on shore at a place 100 leagues short of Philadelphia. lest you be hurt as we were. He is a hatter to his trade. We wanted water and beer to drink. let the seamen pretend to what they will. blessed be the Lord for the same.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 4 A very good account of this voyage is contained in a letter that George wrote his mother a few weeks after arriving in America. and is in good health.. Henry Mitchell died at sea about midway. But if any come let them buy for themselves over and besides the ship's allowance. 26. where I was informed that my Sister dwelt there at a place called "Hurbells". for which I paid 5s. brandy and cheese. We had a . but as for her husband he doth not incline to go to Friends Meetings. for having salt beef we were much a thirst and could not get enough to drink.
1748. as plough irons and things for selling. but very dear love to my Mother. so be sure to come free and bring such things as will suit plantation work. as horse chains and plough gears. For more on this family. He also took up weaving. They raised seven children.. see the SCARBOROUGH FAMILY HISTORY.. but at first being a little weakly I was with James Haworth. there in Bucks County. David. the 5th month was July. and that they may do well. but be sure to come free. She was born in Buckingham township of Bucks County on March 2. So no more. 1724. presumably in old style. then came into the county of Bucks. George married a young Quaker girl. The other surviving children follow: . and then I hired myself for a year and I had about 10 pounds wages in the year . She died on February 4. but farming was his main livelihood. the crops and other things in the new land.Direct your letters for me to be left at Phineas Pembertons. we were brought to an allowance of water and beer and then for every four we had two cases of water and beer and then two. Sarah Scarborough.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 5 very hard passage. For more on the Hall children. Sarah. 1710.. their first-born died at birth. Maholn and Margery Hall. . and dwelleth near to him. James Haworth and his wife are well and hath one daughter. and so remain.. But if you come servants. Bucks County. in which he mentions the death of his first born son. being about 250 miles from my sister. in the Buckingham Friends Burial Ground. some ten years after arriving in America. the game. George wrote a letter to his relatives in England dated 9-3-1712.. This second letter was dated `13th of the 5th Month called May 1701. They lived near the town of Lahaska in Solebury Township. The following are excerpts from this letter. she remarried to Mathew Hall originally from Staffordshire in England. and all things suitable to work with. which follows. in the county of Bucks.' This date in itself is strange as in the old style calendar used up until 1753. He would remain on this very land for the rest of his life. see the following Scarborough Section.. and was buried at the Buckingham Family Buring Ground (FBG). George Haworth died on November 28. The following is what I know about the six children of George and Sarah Haworth. They had four children.. Sarah was the daughter of John and Mary Pierson Scarborough. with the rest. In about 1731. I have had my health reasonably ever since I came into the country. 1694. Anyway it was two years later. Buckingham township. where my cousin James Haworth lives. On September 28. they must be sold for four or five years work hard. Brother and Sisters. He went on to describe the land. Both George and Sarah are buried in Bucks County. George Haworth moved to Bucks County and purchased a tract of land some four hundred fifty acres in size and commenced farming. He again told his mother that he first stayed with his sister and then went north. Your loving Brother George Haworth At any rate. George Haworth wrote a second letter to his mother that was presented to the Haworth Gathering. So if any of my relation have a mind to come to this country I think it a very good one. They remained in Bucks County. Sarah lived on for many years.
in the area served by the New Garden Monthly Meeting. Here he married Rachel Beeson in 1740. Joseph died in Guilford County on July 17. they had 450 acres on the farm. Samuel. 1764. His wife was Mary McCurry and they were probably married in early 1764. Mary and Ruth. North Carolina MM on January 15. Elijah. North Carolina. Stephanus. RICHARD B. Rachel married again the following year. 1804 and Elizabeth on February 4. Virginia. They raised their nine children here in Frederick County. Stephanus was born February 17. North Carolina and settled in the Valley of Rich Creek. Mary was born in Bladen County. 1834 and is also buried at Springfield. Pennsylvania MM along with his brother Absalom on October 4. There was an earlier son who died at birth. The following is what I know about the children of Stephanus and Rachel Haworth: STEPHANUS II was born about 1741 in Frederick County. In about 1763. 1775. in Hopewell. 1745 in Frederick County. North Carolina where Stephanus died on April 18.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 6 Stephanus Haworth Stephanus was the eldest child. She married John Chamness. They settled on a 400 acre farm some four miles south of the present town of New Market. 1807. John. Virginia and was a daughter of Richard Beeson and Charity Grubb. to Anthony Chamness and they either moved to the area of Cane Creek or switched to that meeting as it was there that she died on March 19. Mary died there on September 6. on September 1. Rachel. They both remained in Guilford County. Josiah. 1765. Micajah died in Davidson County on June 29. Virginia. Micajah was a farmer and they settled on the south fork of Rich Creek. He was married out of unity and disciplined on June 30. 1822. John was born 1- . He married Elizabeth Shepherd at the New Garden. This was recorded as a marriage out of unity in New Garden on December 26. CHARITY HAWORTH was born 1-6-1749 o. Frederick County. Virginia. Pennsylvania. He is buried at the Springfield FBG in Guilford County. HAWORTH was born June 13. I do not know when Phebe died. Elizabeth was born about 1741 in Lancaster (now Adams) County. with the record at the Cane Creek MM. He was received on certificate from the Buckingham. Jeremiah. s. moved to Northern Virginia and joined the Hopewell Monthly Meeting there. In 1791. She married Joseph Hoggatt in Rowan County on January 6. 1815. North Carolina on 11-5-1747 o. The family moved to Rowan County. MICAJAH HAWORTH was born January 28. This was near present day High Point. He. 1766. s. a branch of Abbott's Creek. Rachel was born in 1724 in Frederick County. Here the children were married and here Stephanus died on March 19. 1713. 1768. North Carolina. George.s. like most of his family. and was a daughter of John McCurry a miller on Abbott's Creek. 1743 n. Joseph was born about 1735 in Springfield. She was a daughter of Solomon Shephard and Jane Wilson. Micajah. the son of Philip Hoggatt and Mary Glendenning. PHEBE HAWORTH was born in Virginia about 1746. 1738. 1767. Their children were. Virginia. 1763.
she married John Wheeler. in Solebury Township. I have some information on their children: NATHANIEL HAWORTH was born in 1740. They lived very near to that meeting house. a son of Anthony Chamness and Sarah Cole. Pennsylvania. 1769. HAWORTH was born about 1750 in Frederick County. 1802. Elizabeth was born on December 5. He died November 7. He was a son of William Hunt and Sarah Mills. Tennessee. 1814 at the Springfield MM. They had five children and then John deserted Charity. he moved to a farm in Afton. He married but I do not have her name. WELMET HAWORTH was born about 1753 in Virginia. GEORGE HAWORTH was born in Virginia about 1757. 1780 at the Deep River MM in Guilford County. She died July 20. RACHEL HAWORTH was born about 1757. ARAH M. On October 31. 1752 and it was proved June 2. He married Margaret Thornburgh in Rowan County at the New Garden MM on January 8. 1790. He settled near his brother Stephanus and died there in Virginia in April or May of 1752. Indiana. he was disciplined for marrying out of unity to Mary West in Greene County. They lived in the area of the Cane Creek MM. Here he married Elizabeth Payne in 1738. They lived in Virginia and in 1790 moved to Greene County. ABSALOM HAWORTH JR. 1752. She died there in 1842. She was a daughter of Josiah Payne and Martha Shepherd. He is buried at the Springfield FBG. She was a daughter of Henry Thornburgh and Rachel Moon. North Carolina. She moved with others in her family to Indiana in 1811. They lived in Hamilton County. 1724. She married Joseph Kemp or Camp in Orange County on April 18. George married second to Deborah Day on October 5. Margaret was born June 25. Mary was born October 18. John Hunt was born on October 30. 1771. He moved to Frederick County. She must have died shortly afterwards. North Carolina. John then married Elizabeth Piggott on June 17. Sarah died on March 26. In about 1780. They moved to Ohio in 1805 and then to Indiana in 1817.1842 at age eighty-five. Absalom Haworth Absalom was born about 1716. Bucks County.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 7 3-1749 in Orange County. 1812. Joseph was a son of Richard and Susannah Kemp. was born in 1743. He married Hannah Barrett in 1766. In 1782. son of John and Mary Wheeler. 1760 in Rowan County. North Carolina. Some of his children moved to North Carolina and then over into Tennessee as did many other Quaker families. and was buried at the Cane Creek FBG. His will was dated April 17. George died March 12. 1771. 1764 in Loudon . 1789 in Alamance County. From there they moved on up into Ohio. Virginia in the Fall of 1738. North Carolina (now part of Tennessee). She married John Hunt on August 9. Tennessee. 1759 in North Carolina.
a daughter of Thomas West and Rachel Oliphant. MARY HAWORTH was born about 1745. Sarah was a daughter of Richard Wood and Susannah Dillon. She married Benjamin Morland. Tennessee and seemed to have remained there. They had ten children. John died November 19. James Frederick Haworth James was born October 10. 1776 at the Springfield FBG in what is now Delaware County. in Frederick County. 1721. Pennsylvania. After his father died. By 1776 they were living in Haverford Township of Chester County. he moved back to Bucks County. He moved to Frederick County. She married John Michener on September 30. He was buried November 21. Greene County. John Haworth John Haworth was born about 1717 in Bucks County. This is our line and his life is covered in the next section. a native of Germany. 1743. It was reported on 8-3-1749 at the Buckingham MM in Bucks County. and they moved to Hawkins County. 1719. Pennsylvania. Here he probably married Mary Garner in July of 1749. They had six children and moved to North Carolina and then to Tennessee. Rachel Haworth I have no information on her except she was born about 1715. Mary was the daughter of Hans Garner.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 8 County. He died December 26. She married William White. one being Rachel Haworth who married Aaron Toole and they were ancestors of President Herbert Hoover. 1826 near Afton (now Greenville. Tennessee) and is buried at the FBG near Rheatown. 1776. Robert Scarborough. Virginia. Tennessee where she died. Mary died on September 5. 1846. HANNAH HAWORTH was born about 1848. In 1750. Virginia. . he went to live with his uncle. Virginia in 1739 and married Sarah Wood on March 11. Mary Haworth Mary was born on February 23. 1746 at the Buckingham MM in Bucks County. They moved to Hawkins County.
There is more on the WOOD FAMILY and DILLON FAMILY following in this addendum. Virginia. He was born in Bucks County. 1721. The Mitcheners in America. he married Sarah Wood on March 11. moved to Frederick County in Northern Virginia with his brothers. Virginia. Mary died in Pennsylvania February 3. near Winchester was on Smith Creek near Apple Pie Ridge. Pennsylvania. 1798. 1769. They had nine children. They moved to Tennessee where Sarah died on June 20. Pennsylvania on March 2. 1757 while being driven off his farm by Indians. died there on March 28. For complete details on this family see the book. Sarah is a daughter of James Wood and Susannah Dillon Wood. along with her in-laws. The following is what I know about the children of James Frederick and Sarah Wood Haworth: Richard H. 1743. He died shortly thereafter and there were three children: GEORGE HAWORTH who married Rachel Haworth. all born in Frederick County. this time to Peter Ruble in 1759 and they had one son and three more daughters. Pennsylvania on October 10. They had six children. by Anna Shaddinger. This area. James Haworth was killed on October 10. to North Carolina in 1757 where she lived for a while. He remained in Pennsylvania. On November 27. Her husband. Bristol Township. 1763. Bucks County. DAVID HAWORTH MAHLON HAWORTH JAMES FREDERICK HAWORTH James Haworth was born in Solebury Township. In Virginia. He is buried on his farm. Haworth . and it is recorded in the minutes of the Smith River Meeting on November 3.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 9 John was a son of William and Mary Custer Michener. he married Mary or Martha Brown. Sarah married again. 1719. In October or November of 1748. George Haworth II George was born in 1724. John. It seems that Sarah took her family. 1771. He grew up in Pennsylvania and about 1740. he bought 50 acres near Germantown. 1743. Sarah was born in 1720 in Frederick County.
The marriage was recorded in South Carolina. She was a daughter of William Dillon and Sarah Reece and a sister of Ann who married our ancestor. Jemima and the family moved to Ohio in 1803. 1828 in Leesburg. She is listed in September of 1757 as being ten years of age. 1755 near Winchester in Frederick County. JOSHUA. This is our ancestor and his life is covered in the next full section. She would have been born about 1747. There is a story that he went west to Kentucky with Daniel Boone. He married Ann Dillon there in 1765. Virginia. 1768. another JOHN. Here he grew up to manhood and was married to Susannah Dillon. Maryland. JANE. First to Susannah Dillon on November 1. removed with his parents to the neighborhood of Winchester. Va. Where they lived upon the mountain range. he . JUDAH. The following is from a History of Clinton County Ohio where George moved in 1803: “George's father. the eldest child. JONAH. The subject of our sketch was born in Bucks County. 1748 in Prince George's County. 1744 new style in Frederick County. 1773 at the Hopewell MM in Frederick County. JOHN (who died in infancy). In fact. JOSEPH. He was married twice. Highland County. She married John Wright on October 10.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 10 Richard Haworth. Penn. Roger Boone told me that their dog was named ‘Jowler’ as well. JEMIMA. JOAB and JOEL. George fled to western North Carolina to what is now Greene County. Haworth. South Carolina. He was a son of John Wright and Rachel Wells.. Tennessee. Like all Quakers. George H. but I believe it took place in North Carolina. Va. Haworth George was the third child of James Haworth. Virginia. Ohio and is buried at the Fairfield FBG there. called Apple Pitt Ridge. JAMES. but removed to Frederick County. John Wright was born February 24. She died at age eighty on August 14. was born 6-31-1744 old style or September 10. Jemima Haworth Jemima was the next child. swapping initialed items was fairly easy. George was drafted into the Continental Army at the outbreak of the Revolution. James Haworth. but while still a boy. but do not seem to have actually moved there. was a native of Pennsylvania. They moved from North Carolina to Tennessee where John died in early 1797. He was born in 1749 near Apple Pie Ridge in Frederick County. Susannah was born November 24. The Wrights had twelve children: JESSE. What with their parents also having the same first initial. Virginia. Richard H. but the spirit of emigration having a strong hold upon him. Several of the Haworths were associated with the Bush River MM in Berkeley County. fighting was against their religion.
Mahlon and John. he moved with his family to a 300 acre farm on the banks of the Nolachuckee. Mr. taking his two little sons. he gave such a glowing description of the lands of that country that Mr. No. George was a farmer. After Boone had returned from his wanderings in Kentucky. Joanna died there on December 4. and. Susannah died in Ohio in June of 1804. Tennessee. went back to Tennessee. this time to Joanna (DeMoss) Van Horne. the mother sprang from her horse.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 11 removed with his young wife to North Carolina. George married again. a merchant and a Quaker Minister. which he expected would be of two or three weeks' duration. 523. settling on the Yadkin River. when they again attempted to enter Kentucky. he and the family moved to the Stacy Bivan Farm on Todds Creek. Ohio. finding the Indians still hostile. On October 7. 1854 and is also buried in Haworth Cemetery. they left their homes and made the first attempt ever made to settle Kentucky. when they were attacked with great fury by a scouting party of Indians and several of their number slain. Clinton County. Haworth's family continued to reside near Greenville. made a settlement on Todd's Fork. Haworth was induced to join his party. Haworth had bought 1. The party proceeded until they were descending the Alleghanies. until the year 1803. and other children.” After the Revolution in 1784. George selected the place for his now home. North Carolina but is Now Greenville. he being engaged as a merchant and cattle dealer. turned their course to Tennessee. as he supposed. 1771. soon rallied from the confusion into which they were thrown. During the time. to last them during his absence. such as they could gather in the woods. . in what is now Green County in that State.. the two little boys. a tributary of the Holston River. with him. roots and berries. they moved to Indiana. the boys ran to meet them with outstretched arms. clasped them in her arms and they all wept together for joy. On the 25th of September. but. with provisions enough. and remained there about twelve years. built a cabin and made other preparations for the reception of the other members of his family. In 1825. and the attack was repelled. and when at last their parents arrived. He then returned to North Carolina. He then bought 1. When their work was done. She was the first adult buried in the new Center FBG. however. 1837 at age eighty-six at his farm on Quaker Point. Joanna was born on October 1. the father returned to North Carolina for his wife. 1754 and was the widow of Benjamin Van Horne. and the little boys were obliged to subsist on parched corn. George died on October 4. and. Union Township. among whom was Boone's eldest son.750 acres near the Center Meeting House in Clinton County. forty miles in their rear. when they again left their home for a new one in the unopened forest. This time they came to Ohio. The party. The Haworth brothers now returned to North Carolina.750 acres of land in William Duval's Survey. but the party was so disheartened that they retreated to Clinch River. aged ten and twelve years. not far from Centre Meeting-House. in the fall of 1803. Mr. near the home of Daniel Boone. their provisions gave out. Indiana and is buried there in the Haworth Cemetery. 1807. and. He was the second settler in Union Township. leaving. In 1803. alone in the new home. But high waters and other impediments to travel on packhorses detained them for six weeks. Tenn. near Cumberland Mountain. on the farm known to the early residents of the county as the Stacey Bivan farm. Added to this trouble was the fear of an attack by the Indians. Vermilion County. This was in Afton. The families of George Haworth and his brother James made two of the six families that accompanied Boone on that occasion.
Clinton County. Rachel. Tennessee. Ohio. Tennessee) on August 20. Both are buried at the Dover FBG in Clinton County. Ohio. HAWORTH was born December 16. In 1800. They had: Susannah born September 1. They were married before April of 1809. 1820. moved to Iowa with some of the children shortly afterwards. 1853. Illinois. on February 4. In about 1800. Illinois. 1786. Illinois and. 1816. she married Levi Wright. 1782 and was a daughter of James Wright and Sarah Haworth. Iowa on December 10. He returned and took his family north into Ohio and settled on Dover Road some two miles north of the present town of Wilmington. JOHN B. his first cousin. 1811 and married John Foley. 1775 in Frederick County. GEORGE I. 1778 in Greene County. Rachel Wright in Greene County. Virginia. HAWORTH was born in Afton. he with others moved to Clinton County. 1800 at the New Hope MM in Greene County to Elizabeth Ballard. Rachel Haworth. Dillon was born March 3. In 1804. a daughter of Ezekiel Frazier and Rebecca Thomas. In about 1805 he moved to Ohio with his family. His first wife was Ruth Wright. Haworth (above). 1858. John died in Ackworth. There he bought 640 acres and laid off the town of Georgetown. 1778 in Guilford County. Illinois. 1783. Charity was born January 1. 1781 in Greene County. and married to Richard Golden in 1807. She was the sister of Rachel Wright who married James P. He lived near the Dover MH in Wilmington. Greene County. 1809. 1775. there were two more that died as infants: MAHOLN HAWORTH was born October 23. She was born in North Carolina January 1. George died February 5. Sarah born July 22. North Carolina (now Tennessee). he married . Phoebe was possibly a child that died young. Rachel was born in Afton. JAMES P. He was married twice. Phebe was born in Pennsylvania on July 27. Keokuk County (now Warren County). Tennessee. Maholn died there on March 23. He settled in Vermilion County. He lived on the farm of William Walker on Todds Fork. Ohio and then in 1821 moved again into Vermilion County. Elizabeth was born June 28. There he married his second cousin. 1850 and Phebe died there May 20. 1818. In 1840 the family moved to the Iowa Territory and settled on the Black Hawk Purchase. He was married October 11. In 1800 he married his first cousin. 1830 and Rachel died in 1853. the daughter of Moorman and Minerva Ballard. Mahala born December 23. North Carolina (now Greenville. Indiana. Both are buried in Vermilion County. Maholn married Phebe Frazier on November 16. The family moved to Ohio in 1803 and to Illinois in 1822. Shobal was born April 18. 1783. John was a farmer and an early day physician. 1806. 1849. Ohio. so it would have been in either Tennessee or Ohio. he explored the Ohio territories with his brother Maholn. 1813 and married William Paine. They lived near Greenville. WILLIAM PERRY HAWORTH was born January 3. In 1822. James died in Vermilion County on December 28. he moved his family to the southeast end of Vermilion County. His widow. North Carolina on July 12. but I do not have a date. She was a daughter of Absolom Haworth and Mary West. Vermilion County. he went north to explore lands in Ohio lands of the Northwest Territories which were just opening up for settlement. with Henry Canaday were the first settlers in the area of Danville. Illinois and named it after his crippled son. Elizabeth died there as well. HAWORTH was born August 6. he married Nancy Elliot. James Haworth was a farmer and a surveyor. Tennessee. 1794 in Greene County.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 12 George and Susannah had the following children that lived to maturity.
1825 and died as an infant. In 1818. Virginia on December 31. In 1846 they moved to Iowa. Iowa and Ari born November 23. Mary born January 19. He was a son of Abidan H. Indiana. She went with her family to Ohio and in about 1807. Both are buried at the Haworth Cemetery. SAMUEL HAWORTH was born March 19. Sarah Dillon. She was the widow of Job Bogue. Bailey and Sarah Sears. RICHARD HAWORTH was born on January 13. George born November 20. Ohio. In 1815 the family had gone to the Sagamore River Area of Illinois. they moved from Ohio to Indiana and then in 1827 moved to Vermilion County. 1839 and died at age two years. On June 1. 1822 and married to Irena Mills. The line put the buildings in Indiana and the rest of the farm in Illinois. 1820 and married to Levi Ellis and then to William Lewis. Vermilion County. 1813 at the Center Meeting House in Clinton County. Tennessee. but I do not have the date. Their children were: Rachel born September 16. Sarah died in Iowa on April 15. Susannah was born in North Carolina on December 25. She was married before 1807 to Thomas Rees or Reece after she had moved to Clinton County. Ohio. 1821. but moved back to Wayne . Iowa. 1837 who remained single and died in Polk County. He moved to Iowa in 1854 and lived near Griswold.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 13 a first cousin. They remained in Clinton County. 1793. He was a farmer and built both a sawmill and a flourmill on his lands. DILLON HAWORTH was borne in Greenville. 1800. they moved to Vermilion County. Iowa where they remained. Quaker Point. 1844 and Mary died July 24. a Morman. she married her stepbrother Amos Bogue. Both are buried at the Dover FBG in Clinton County. he married Hannah Haynes or Hayes on September 1. Ohio. 1826 married to Matilda Folger. 1868 and Hannah in 1886. James was born April 7. Indiana. 1850. He married Julia Crofft. Elwood born August 14. Ohio all their lives. In 1820 they settled west of the Wabash River in Vermilion County. 1796. Ohio. 1823. 1823 and married Sarah Sterrup. 1826 and married Riley Thornton. In 1824. born July 21. Sam died on April 7. Job S. After moving to Clinton County. 1790 in Greene County. she married Daniel H. they moved from Ohio to Indiana. He married Cynthia Cox and then Martha Broughman. William Wright born January 24. Rachel born January 1. Both are buried in the Ackworth FBG in Warren County. They moved to Iowa and then to Oregon. Illinois. SARAH HAWORTH was born on August 20. Tennessee on June 30. George Fox born August 25. 1831. Bailey. 1815 and died August 9. He went with his family as a child to Ohio and then as a young man to Wayne County. He married Susannah Henderson. Thomas had died there as well. 1850. 1868. 1828. 1834 married to Rebecca Thornburg. 1831 married to Miriam Reynolds. They thought that the Wabash would be the line between Indiana and Illinois and thought they were settling in Illinois. Indiana. Mary Ellen born February 8. They were married on December 8. the daughter of Joseph and Hannah Smith. 1788. Richard died on September 13. He was a farmer. William Barclay born August 29. 1797 near Greenville. 1833. 1850 and Susannah died three months later on December 4. 1846 they moved to Ackworth. William Perry Haworth then married Sarah (Smith) Bogue. James Pennington born January 17. daughter of Richard Henderson and Rachel Hollingsworth. In 1825. Illinois. MARY HAWORTH was born in Greene County on February 19. Sarah born November 30. 1817 and married to William Walthall. 1777 and moved with his parents to Ohio in 1804. Daniel was born in Prince George County. Sarah was born in September of 1797. Daniel died July 12. They had two children in Vermilion County: Ami born December 18. Iowa.
1752. There he married Mary Wright on September 9. 1822 at Quaker Point. Virginia. 1817 while living in Clinton County. He married Buelah Bryant on May 22. 1871. They moved to Indiana in 1824. Mary was born in Frederick County. She was a daughter of Isaac Wright and Susannah Haworth. Mary was born on May 10. 1791 and was a daughter of Edward Thornbrough and Phebe Sumner. 1809. 1827 not long after arriving. 1866. Marion County. the family moved to Leesburg in the Northwest Territories. Richard and George. they moved to Iowa. 1846 they moved to a new 400 acre farm one half mile east of Ackworth. In 1824 they moved to Hendricks County. The area is now Highland County. She was also a niece of the wives of her husband's brothers. Indiana. James died in Highland County on February 5. In about 1834. Indiana. 1849 and is buried in the Spring FBG in Hendricks County. 1793. James M. She died there on December 28. He was a farmer and a miller. He moved to Highland County. He was buried in Danville. Jane was the sister of Phebe. 1890. Ohio. In 1825 they moved to Indiana and in 1828 moved to West Newton. She married James Horton at the Lees Creek MM in Highland County. He eloped and married Mary Reece (Rees) on February 19. Indiana in 1820 and to Marion County. She was a daughter of William Reece and Charity Dillon. 1784. Indiana. Indiana. William died on March 31. On October 28. In 1846. 1819. 1785. 1850. 1792. 1827. GEORGE HAWORTH was born April 1. Indiana. Mary moved to Hamilton County. Both are buried in West Newton. 1863 and James died on August 31. Virginia on April 12. 1812. On March 18. Ohio on August 5. Ohio. They moved to Randolph County. They had the following children: WILLIAM HAWORTH was born in Greene County on November 13. Virginia on January 2. . Mary died on August 12. SARAH HAWORTH was born October 24. 1767. Dillon died in Ackworth on February 19. above. Levi. Jane died there in 1867 and George on April 23. and is buried at the Hinkles Creek FBG in Hamilton County. 1790. a cousin. Ohio with his family and there married Phebe Thornburgh or Thornbrough. Phebe was born October 2. 1835 and she on November 7. Buelah was born in Grayson County. He was the son of James Horton and Margaret Beals. they moved to Quaker Point in Vermilion County. JAMES DILLON HAWORTH was born October 13. In 1859 they moved finally to West Newton. Iowa. the daughter of Garner Bryant and Hannah Davies. 1882. on September 12. In 1802. Indiana. Dillon married Mary Myers in Vermilion County. Phebe died September 6. 1812. Buelah died there sometime prior to 1827. Indiana. 1787 in Green County. Indiana in 1828. Haworth James Haworth was born in Frederick County. Ohio on January 1. Indiana.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 14 County. Mary died there March 16. They family moved from Ohio to Indiana in 1819. He married Jane Thornbrough in Highland County. 1857. Ohio. He moved with his family to North Carolina and then into Tennessee. After they were married. Indiana to live with her son. He died there on April 2.
Ohio MM. 1895 at the home of his son-in-law at age ninety. LEVI HAWORTH was born February 24. Warren County. He was born in Leesburg. In 1822. He moved from Ohio to Indiana in 1820. Iowa. Highland County on March 18. He married Eva Evans. Iowa. 1868 in Winchester. 1878 and Levi died August 5. He married Lydia Dillon on December 30. 1811. Iowa and then in 1885 to Rush County. 1799. He married Phoebe Haworth in Indiana. Iowa until 1866 when they moved to Spring Grove in southeast Kansas. Elizabeth Haworth . Indiana. ELIZABETH HAWORTH was born August 8.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 15 DAVID HAWORTH was born on December 23. D. 1898 in Richland. 1854 and Lydia died on July 9. They both died in Kansas. Nancy on May 31. 1794. He married Permelia Stanfield in Vermilion County. 1854. Hamilton County. Illinois. to Illinois in 1830. Indiana. He died there February 21. She married Thomas Bailey and later Isaac Murdock. In 1848 they moved from Indiana to Iowa. JONATHAN HAWORTH was born on January 14. possibly her sister's widower. 1806. 1832. He died August 2. 1845 and on May 12. MARGARET HAWORTH was born in Tennessee on October 17. 1828 in Vermilion County. She married Isaac Murdock on January 1. 1814 in Ohio. She died December 27. The moved to Indiana in the mid 1820s. Ohio on December 5. In 1840 they moved to the Black Hawk Purchase in Iowa Territory. In 1853 they moved to Tama County. She died February 25. back to Ohio in 1826 and then in 1833 moved to Noblesville. 1885 and he on January 29. then Asenath Reitenour in 1825 and then Ann (Cox) Moffitt in 1832. Illinois on January 1. Keokuk County. Permelia died there on December 21. CHARITY HAWORTH was born on June 7. 1816 to Thomas Posegate or Postgate. Indiana. 1829. ELI HAWORTH was born August 27. Eli died in Rocky Run. 1884. Indiana. 1868. 1801 and died unmarried on January 9. Randolph County. Elizabeth died in 1902. He moved to Indiana in 1824. 1804. She married in Lees Creek. in 1838 back to Hamilton County. Kansas. both at the Lees Creek. 1798. 1808. NANCY ANN HAWORTH was born December 28. REECE HAWORTH was the first born in Ohio. I have no information on John. Indiana and is buried in the White River FBG. Phoebe was a daughter of Solomon Haworth and Parthenia Williams. They lived near Belmont. JOHN HAWORTH. 1856 to Hardin County. 1881. Iowa on October 11. Both are buried at the Hopewell FBG in Vermilion County. He married Sarah McPhearson on January 2. they moved to Grand Prairie. 1867 and is buried at the Hinkles Creek FBG. 1817 and then married Esther Evans in 1827. perhaps he died young or at birth.
Elizabeth died there on October 2. Tennessee MM on December 26. 1832. 1834. WILLIAM DILLON was born in Greene County on May 15. 1791. in 1803. 1774 in North Carolina and died in Illinois on October 2. 1829. Peter died there on July 9. He was born February 6. Illinois. married Peter Dillon. Sarah Haworth . She married David Hodgson. 1781 and died in Vermilion County. 1837. 1810 and in 1834 moved to Illinois. 1832. 1829 in Greene County. PHEBE DILLON was born March 23. 1754 and after moving to North Carolina. He married Margaret Edmunson on April 5. She married George Smith on August 20. They had the following children: SARAH DILLON was born March 20. He married Lydia Babb on August 6. 1796 and died November 4. JEMIMA DILLON was born August 15. 1816. GARRETT DILLON was born March 6. 1783 and died December 10. son of Richard Haworth and Ann Dillon. Illinois but was buried at the Hopewell FBG in Vermilion County. 1776 and died June 1. 1778 and died unmarried in Greene County.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 16 Elizabeth was born in Virginia on March 24. Indiana on August 16. Tennessee on June 8. 1829 also at he New Hope MM. Peter was the son of Daniel Dillon and Lydia B. 1773. 1808. There were no children. SUSANNAH DILLON was born July 23. He married Susannah Edmundson on October 29. She married John Rees (Reece) in New Hope. 1832. 1789 and died in Vermilion County. 1810. 1806. 1831. They moved to Illinois. 1794. ELIZABETH DILLON was born February 25. on May 30. 1837. She later married Griffith Mendenhall and they settled in Vermilion County. She married Levi Babb on November 24. Hodgson. His will was proved July 27. a cousin. She married Jonathan Haworth. The Minutes of the New Garden Monthly Meeting record the event on August 11. 1797 in Greene County and then Margaret Reece (Rees) on July 22. She married John Stanfield on October 2. PETER DILLON was born July 11. 1846. Illinois. 1790. 1786 and died December 10. JAMES THOMAS DILLON was born March 9. They remained in Greene County after it became part of Tennessee. LYDIA DILLON was born October 20. 1752. 1813.
son of Nathaniel Haworth and Hannah Barrett. ELIZABETH WRIGHT was born in 1785 and married first Jonathan Williams and then before 1810 married Thomas Dillon. She was married on January 5. 1790 and died in Vermilion County. She married James Haworth in 1800. William later married Sarah (Smith) Bogue. Iowa. Rachel moved to Iowa. James was a son of John Wright and Rachel Wells. 1792 to Absalom Haworth. He was born in Orange County. She married Luke Dillon in Guilford County. 1811 he married Hannah Dillon in Clinton County. Illinois and after James' death. a brother of John who married her sister Jemima. He died in 1854 in Delaware County. He settled in Indiana first in Randolph County. Indiana. Ohio. SUSANNAH WRIGHT was born in 1793 and married Achielles Johnson. He was a son of George Haworth and Susannah Dillon. RACHEL WRIGHT was born January 1. HAWORTH Richard Haworth was born on September 10. was born in 1783 and married Hannah Rees. RUTH WRIGHT was born April 19. He married Margaret Rees(e) in 1796 in South Carolina. Ohio in 1804 and remained there all their lives. RICHARD H. She married James Wright. On August 8. He later married Nancy Malsby in Wayne County. 1781 and died in 1853 in Iowa. Indiana.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 17 Sarah was born in Frederick County. 1812 and Sarah on February 9. JAMES WRIGHT JR. Their children were: JOHN WRIGHT was born March 17. North Carolina on March 11. 1753. PHEBE WRIGHT was born in 1777 and died in October of 1799. Virginia. They moved to Cass County. 1774 in South Carolina and died November 13. William Perry Haworth. WILLIAM WRIGHT was born in 1791. ISAAC WRIGHT was born in 1787 and married Abigail Dillon on June 9. 1831. They moved to Indiana in 1836. SARAH WRIGHT was born in 1779 and married Shubal Ellis. then Wayne County and finally to the northern part of the state in Delaware County. 1813. Virginia on March 12. . 1744 in Frederick County. James died there on October 9. 1851 in Randolph County. They moved to Clinton County. They lived in Vermilion County. His birth date is recorded in the old style as the 31st day 6th month 1744. CHARITY WRIGHT was born October 10. North Carolina on May 28. 1837. Illinois on December 23. in 1774. Ohio. Indiana. 1814 at the Upper MH in Clinton County. in 1809. 1755. 1788 and she married her first cousin.
1771. Virginia. Randolph County. Ann was a daughter of William Dillon and Mary Reece Dillon. Both are buried in the old Honey Creek FBG in New London. Ann died in 1844. Indiana Territory and in 1818 they were living in Winchester.s. 1791. They were granted certificates by New Garden to go to the Westfield Monthly Meeting on October 29. Richard. Whenever the Friends took up new lands. After the Revolution. but others who even came later were set upon by the Indians for many years in these wild lands. The Quakers bought a large tract of land on the south side of the Holston River. Indiana. His will was dated February 21. Tennessee on February 13. South Carolina on June 13. The following is what I know about their eleven children. They were told not to go onto the north side as that was still Indian lands. he moved west to Tennessee and settled near New Market in Jefferson County. 1746 (n. She eloped and married Isaac (Joel) Wright in North Carolina. Early Quaker settlers were generally treated well by the Indians. Virginia on July 27. Richard and the others settled on the south bank. 1764.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 18 Richard grew up in the rolling hills of northern Virginia and there married Ann Dillon on May 10. 1814. 1766. In 1791. They moved to Vermilion County. Isaac was born in Newberry County. She was born on May 1. they moved to Union County. now Greene County. 1813 and proved on March 16. 1844 and Susannah died two months later on April 26. 1765. 1764. Isaac died on February 20. The family remained here for some 20 years. they always bought the lands from the Indians and treated them fairly. He was a son of John Wright and Rachel Wells.) in Frederick County. Richard and Ann Dillon remained in this area for the rest of their lives. Richard Haworth died in 1813 or 1814. He was a farmer and a miller and During the Revolution hauled supplies for the Continental Army. They then moved to Tennessee and settled on the north (wrong) side of the Holston and were disowned for that act. 1844. In 1813. along with many other relatives moved to Rowan County in North Carolina and were received by the Friends Meeting at New Garden on November 30. they moved to Newberry County. In the 1790s. Isaac and Susannah Haworth Wright's children were: . Susannah Haworth Susannah was the eldest child and was born in Frederick County. The Haworths and others lived quite peacefully with the Indians. Tennessee was true wilderness. Tennessee. Both are buried near New Market. Illinois is 1827 and then in 1841 moved back to Indiana near New London in Howard County. South Carolina untill about 1800. They were married at Dillon's Run. More on this family follows in the DILLON FAMILY HISTORY upcoming shortly. The Quakers always acknowledged that the Indians were the true owners of the land and not the King in England. Indiana. Those that did were disowned by the church.
1827. Indiana in 1822. William was dismissed from the church in July of 1826. In 1864 they transferred to the Salem Meeting in Howard County. moved to Three Rivers. 1846.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 19 NANCY ANN WRIGHT born January 25. In 1840 they moved to Hamilton County. 1819. He was the first born in Jefferson County. Kansas. Tipton County. They moved to Vermilion County. John died before 1813. Vermilion County. She died there on September 16. Indiana. Keokuk County. She married 'Big' Jonathan Haworth. a son of George Haworth and Susannah Dillon. Illinois. He died in Howard County. SUSANNAH WRIGHT born December 9. died in the spring of 1848 in Keokuk County. In 1838. Indiana and lived with her son Isaac. Iowa. She married John Howard. Illinois in 1827 and back to Indiana in 1841. He married Hepsebah `Hepsey' Coates on March 22. 1799 in South Carolina and died December 3. Indiana. Dillon was born June 30. Illinois in 1826. SARAH WRIGHT born August 1. to Randolph County. After her death John married Ann Canaday and then Rachel . Iowa. She married William Maxwell in Union County. She married Dillon Haworth on September 9. 1882 in Polk County. CHARITY WRIGHT born June 2. 1882. Indiana on April 2. She married John Mardock or Murdock in Jefferson County. 1807. Indiana. she moved to Jefferson County. Charity later moved to Polk County. Illinois in 1827 and then in 1854. Warren County. They lived near Russiaville. Iowa and then in 1847 moved to Richland. Iowa. On March 18. 1822 in Union County. Vigo County. Indiana and in 1845 to Howard County. Howard County. They moved to Vermilion County. Indiana on May 1. 1892. Indiana. they were both granted certificates to leave the Honey Creek Monthly Meeting and move to the Springfield Meeting in Douglas County. Dillon married Mary Myers on October 28. ELIZABETH WRIGHT born October 30. Iowa where she died the following year. South Carolina and died August 12. They lived in Liberty. 1785 in Newberry County. 1882. 1819 at the New Garden meeting in Indiana. 1796 in South Carolina. Indiana in 1823 and to Vermilion County. Tennessee. the first marriage recorded in Randolph County. 1802. After Mary died. Tennessee. 1804 in Jefferson County. they moved to Vermilion County. 1828 in Vermilion County. Jonathan was a son of James Haworth and Mary Elmore. on November 2. 1822 at Quaker Point. He died there in Warren County on February 19. In 1842 they moved to the Westfield Monthly Meeting in Indiana. Illinois. Union County until about 1832 when they moved to Vermilion County. MARY MARTHA WRIGHT born May 10. he moved to a 400 acre farm near Acworth. Indiana. son of James Haworth and Rachel Wright. and in 1838 moved back to Hamilton County. 1822 in Bartholomew County. In May of 1868. She married Jacob Wright on February 2. Indiana. They left the church in 1845 and I have no further records of them. In 1830. JOHN PRIOR WRIGHT born May 16. 1817. 1810 and died January 18. Illinois. She married 'Little' Jonathan Haworth on March 20. 1800. Indiana. Indiana in 1818. she returned to Hamilton County. Iowa. Iowa. 1793 in Newberry County. Indiana and they lived in Tipton. NAOMI WRIGHT born May 20. She moved with others in the family to Wayne County. South Carolina. 1840 at age thirty. In 1845. Indiana.
He returned to Tennessee the next year and then in 1824. See Elizabeth. Her parents were Thomas Elmore and Ann Sanders. Both are buried in Union County. 1771. Vermilion County. 1852. Their lives are told in detail in the main body of this Canaday History. Sarah married a widow. moved back to Union County. In 1865 Sarah returned to Vermilion County. above. 1822. 1885. He married Sarah Mills. He died there on July 16. He married Jane Brazelton in Tennessee in 1793. In August or early September of 1840. He was born on January 8. Indiana where they remained for the rest of their lives. On August 14. 1902 and is buried at the Pleasant Plain FBG. Clark County (now Edgar). 1806. Mary was born November 27. ANNA HAWORTH was born April 26. for details. 1804 and died April 5. He was a veteran of the War of 1812. James died on February 10. but settled just over the line in Rosberg. Abraham Palmer. She married Frederick Canaday. Iowa. 1853. Cedar County. Iowa Territory. He returned to Vermilion County. Their children were: JONATHAN HAWORTH `Little' as he was known was born in about 1803. . Illinois in March of 1868. BERIAH HAWORTH born February 8. Illinois to join that Monthly Meeting. Virginia. in 1849.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 20 Hull and finally Ruth Cox. 1782 and was part Cherokee Indian. 1842 and Mary on October 30. and they moved to Red Cedar. They lived in Vermilion Grove. daughter of John Mills and Charity Mendenhall. Iowa and in April of 1890 moved to the Pleasant Plain Meeting in Jefferson County. Illinois probably after her second husband died. James was a farmer and in 1822 moved to Vermilion County. Jasper County in 1858 and Hardin County in 1861. Sometime about 1850 Beriah died and in 1851 Sarah moved to Keokuk County. They moved to Marshall County in 1855. William Haworth William Haworth was born October 27. In 1880 he moved to the Oskaloosa Monthly Meeting in Mahaska County. Illinois from 1823 to 1839 when they moved to Vermilion County. they moved to the Salem Monthly Meeting area of Henry County. The lived in Little Vermilion. James Haworth James was the last child born in Virginia. This is our lineage. Iowa in 1845. He became a minister and moved to Jefferson County. above. He married Mary Elmore in 1800 in Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Wright. Frederick was a son of Henry Canaday and Matilda Barnard. on March 20. In 1845 they went to the Pleasant Plain MM in Iowa. Iowa. 1768 in Frederick County. and his life is covered in the next section. Indiana. Illinois and both are buried in the Vermilion FBG. his third wife. Iowa. Indiana.
He married Cynthia Kelley in 1836 in Union County. 1857. They lived in Liberty. He was a son of William Hollingsworth and Mary Cook. Illinois. 1776. Illinois. 1843. She married Aaron Mendenhall. Cynthia returned to Georgetown. William was a farmer and a miller. They lived in Vermilion County. Illinois where she died on March 1. RICHARD G. 1825 in Union County. 1833. She married William Holiday. Sarah Haworth Sarah was born March 4. Indiana and died February 24. They moved to Vermilion County in 1867. She died on December 11. After William's death. LOUISA HAWORTH born October 20. 1906 in Vermilion County. She was never married. She was born on February 6. ELIZABETH HAWORTH born April 14. 1808 and died August 16. She married William Samuel Golden on March 4. Illinois. Indiana. Indiana. THOMAS HAWORTH born in 1812 and died March 4. son of Aaron Mendenhall and Lydia (Anderson) Horney. Illinois now stands on. Indiana. Mary Haworth Mary was the first born in North Carolina. Union County and later settled near Rosburg. Both are buried in the Vermilion FBG. Illinois in 1824 and settled near Yankee Point. Illinois. Vermilion County. was the one who gave the land that Danville. 1833. They moved to Vermilion County.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 21 REBECCA HAWORTH born February 12. 1893. The area was to become Vermilion Grove. He was born November 14. 1885. 1840. 1835. she married Richard Mendenhall. 1774. Aaron married Elizabeth Haworth. She married John William Hollingsworth on January 22. Richard was an Abolitionist with the Underground Railroad. William's will was proved in Danville on May 16. The father. HAWORTH was born April 14. he married Eunice Johnson and lived in Indianapolis. He first married Olive Kelley and after she died on April 12. 1815 and died November 15. WILLIAM WELDON HAWORTH born July 1. 1870. After Rebecca died. HAWORTH born July 1. Virginia and was a son of Jacob Golden and Mary Adams. He married Cynthia Ann Reed or Rees on March 9. Their children were: . 1827 and William died there on November 14. 1816 and died October 20. Jacob. 1852 in Indianapolis. 1810 and died November 1897. 1830. SARAH L. 1808 in Jefferson County. 1803. Tennessee. In September 1849. Sarah died in Vermilion Grove on April 18. 1777 in Henry County.
Illinois MM. 1863. He married his second cousin. 1803. Nathaniel remarried in 1853. Illinois. Indiana. and then to Susannah Haworth in Iowa on January 23. I have information on the following children: JOEL HAWORTH was born August 30. Illinois. 1860. She married John Dicken(s). Later he settled in the town of Ridge Farm. 1778. 1831. 1830. Tennessee on March 22. In 1828. she married Nathaniel Henderson at the Vermilion MM. Illinois. 1804 in Tennessee. She was a daughter of John Haworth and Elizabeth Ballard. Susannah was a daughter of William Haworth and Ruth Wright. 1802 in Tennessee and died January 28. It was the first listed marriage in the Vermilion. She married Andrew Patterson on May 15. 1827. 1863 in Vermilion Grove. 1823 in Tennessee and moved to Yankee Point. Indiana. On March 11. MARY `POLLY' GOLDEN born April 4. Cecilia was the daughter of Thomas and Ann Elmore of North Carolina. 1778. Tennessee and died August 16. she married Elam or Elvin Henderson. JONATHAN GOLDEN born July 26. After her death. Susannah was born October 20. 1807. 1810 and died March 29. 1887. Cecilia died May 3. Blount County. above. John took his family to Indiana in 1818. 1854 in Vermilion County. 1870. RICHARD GOLDEN born June 20. first to Anna Henderson in 1830 in Vermilion County. Illinois. He moved to Tennessee and there married Cecilia Elmore at Lost Creek on October 26. 1818 (twin) and died in Illinois on September 2. 1850 in Vermilion County. They had no children. 1820 in Tennessee and died in Illinois on March 7. Illinois. Illinois. HANNAH GOLDEN born in Tennessee on July 26. Susannah Haworth in October of 1824 in Vigo County. and died May 3. He was a farmer. They moved to Georgetown Vermilion County. . He was married twice. John Haworth John was born on October 17. JACOB GOLDEN born May 2. 1808 near Maryville. 1818 and died in Illinois on May 22. 1863 and John died five days later on May 8. He married Ailsa Frazier in New Market.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 22 AMELIA GOLDEN born in Tennessee on July 4. 1804. 1805 and died in 1855. 1826. NANCY ANN GOLDEN born August 23. and a sister of Mary who married James Haworth. Cisely or Cecilia was born October 28. Illinois in the fall of 1820 to the area of Little Vermilion. DAVID GOLDEN born December 2. and then over to Vermilion County.
Williamson born October 30. 1866. 1846 and died April 21. 1863. 1859 at age eighteen. He married Esther Williams in November of 1861 and they had four children. 1858. She married William Henderson in Vermilion County. 1876 and Miriam on March 14. 1849 and died January 16. 1831 in Vermilion County. 1845. 1861. and she died on September 24. Carrie. Albert. daughter of Garrett Sr. 1843 and died April 11. and Margaret Dillon. Lowell or Joel born September 26. He married Rosa Ann Porter on November 29. 1829. 1920 in Indiana. 1827. Elbert born October 22. 1832 and died August 20. They lived in Vermilion Grove. 1831 and died August 19. 1865. Cissna Park. Joseph. 1835 and died December 6. Both are buried in the Ash Grove FBG. Horace Marian born April 14. Claiborn born March 16. Miriam Mills was born on June 12. Their children were: Caroline born November 17. He married Anna Lewis on October 30. 1844 and died October 2. Ann developed TB and they moved to Golden. 1859. 1863. Both are buried in the Vermilion FBG. 1849 and died January 19. Illinois. on September 25. Illinois on January 8.1837 and died in Vermilion on January 16. 1841 and died in Vermilion on January 29. 1812 and died January 10. Bartlet born December 13. 1813. 1841. 1851 and died August 4. She married William Hornaday on November 9. Lucinda Ellen born May 8. Illinois on March 26. 1925. 1854. The marriage was recorded in the Vermilion minutes on March 12. Illinois. Homer and Mary. Cecilia or Sicily born August 13. He married Miriam Mills. Emeline who died a month later and Emily who died at age eighteen months. 1782. Arizona in 1984. ANN HAWORTH was born December 13. 1895. 1806. 1936. William Henderson was born October 8. Their children were: William born December 10. 1837 and died in St. 1829. 1879 and they had three children. He married Louisa Williams on February 29. Elvin born June 1. 1828. Charles and Anna. He married Dorothy or Dora Canaday. 1807 and was a son of Richard Henderson and Rachel Hollingsworth. 1838 and died unmarried on September 1. 1845 and died August 19. 1834 and he married Rhoda Mendenhall on November 11. 1835. 1888. He was a miner in the west and was robbed and murdered in Yuma. Judd and lived in Vermilion Grove. THOMAS HAWORTH was born July 1. James Whittom born April 5. Maria born October 16. John born January 28.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 23 Joel and Susannah had the following children: Mahala born September 26. 1847. David died July 24. Mary Ann born November 20. She married William Mendenhall on September 15. Lollie and Jennie. 1835. He later married Delilah Harvey. Mary Jane born October 24. 1876. David born October 28. 1809 probably in Tennessee. Margaret was born in Tennessee on September 27. 1926 in Knox County. 1888. 1810 and he died October 12. She married Benjamin Canaday in 1855. his wife was Hannah Mendenhall. 1863. She married James H. 1843 and died November 19. daughter of John Mills and Charity Mendenhall. Elizabeth born February 17. Iroquois County. 1911. Phyllis. 1840 and died in Vermilion on March 2. 1894. and was the second wife of Silas Underwood. Illinois. 1854. Twins born April 18. Illinois. They lived in Ridge Farm. 1920. 1868. Beriah born September 11. Illinois. 1826 and died ten weeks later. They had three daughters Effie May. 1880. 1836 and died May 9. 1871. Thomas born July 12. 1833. She married Charles Ford Bradway. Colorado where they both died. John born September 23. He married Ann Zigler on April 9. They lived in Champaign County. . 1841 and died February 5. Lydia born February 28. Torrence or Terrance born February 9. Mary born July 14. DAVID HAWORTH was born on January 23. Alonzo born in 1848 and died in 1859. 1908. 1917. Minerva born August 1. He married Martha Elizabeth Judd on February 28. she was the second wife of Robert Lancaster. He married Margaret Dillon.
1877. 1784 in New Market. Allen and Jane. 1827 and died August 1912 in Kansas City. He married Assenath Hunt on September 27. At his death. There is a listing in the Lost Creek. 1938. Hannah died March 29. David and Lena. 1877. he married Peninah Maudlin. 1854 and died March 1. Cecilia Elmore born September 20. 1839. 1931. He remained in Tennessee and moved to Knox County until his early death at age twenty-four. Haworth Richard was born January 13. Tennessee Monthly Meeting minutes on March 30. John was the brother of Elizabeth Maxwell who married Joel Haworth. There is a listing in the Lost Creek Minutes that may tie this together. 1805 and died in Kansas on December 14. now Tennessee. 1781 in Guilford County. North Carolina. They had Maud. North Carolina. on February 27. 1814 James. On December 23. Mary. As his sister. When others in the family moved to Indiana. . They had twelve children. Charity Haworth Charity was born on July 14. the daughter of Benjamin Maudlin and Leah Couplin. It states that on March 26. They had three children. Daisy. 1808 at the age of only twenty-four. Emily born November 21. She married James (John) Bates on October 26. 1843 and married William Allen. 1803 and was listed in the Lost Creek Minutes as marrying contrary to the discipline on January 31. In 1817 they moved to Indiana and were still there in 1848. 1834 and married Samuel McLucas. She was born on July 30. Lot born July 16. Indiana. 1878. died a month later there may have been some flu or other disease running about at the time. was condemned for his fighting and his marriage out of unity. She was the daughter of James Whitlock and Mary (Adams) Golden. Hannah had married John Maxwell sometime before late 1813. He married Hannah Whitlock. He married Mary Ellen Hoskins on February 18. Richard G. Hannah born August 6. Dillon and Richard Haworth were received on the request of their mother and her husband. 1889. 1857. She was born on November 2. they moved to Washington and there had Walden and Arlene Marie Haworth. John Maxwell.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 24 daughter of William and Jane Canaday. 1801 and died in Kansas on December 12. She married Joseph Cook on April 5. 1883. Richard Haworth died in Knox County on November 15. Lindley Murray born August 29. The children of Richard and Hannah Haworth were: JAMES HAWORTH was born in Tennessee on March 25. 1787 and died March 29. They had no children. 1849. 1807. Richard left a wife and three very young sons. 1805: Richard Jr. his widow and children went there as well. Greene County. 1851 and died June 18. 1867 and is buried in West Grove FBG in Wayne County. 1824. Their children were: Ira born August 5.
Both are buried at the Salem FBG near Cottage Grove in Union County. 1878 and Dillon died August 18. and was married to Keziah Mendenhall on September 18. Esther born September 20. She married Charles Newlin on March 7. He died there on July 13. 1927. Morgan County. 1811. North Carolina (now Tennessee) on April 17. both boys and girls. Arkansas. 1833 and died June 9. 1809 in Jefferson County. 1854 and Elizabeth on July 30. in 1880 to Monrovia. 1925. Sarah was a younger sister of Peninah who married his brother James. He was born on April 12. She married Eli Hadley on November 13. 1889. Joel died in Indiana on February 4. 1831 and died in 1918 in South Dakota. 1876. Indiana. She married Albert Maxwell on December 9. 1845 and died August 27. 1849. Tennessee. 1791. Solomon born August 28. She married Daniel Williams on October 13. He married Esther Townsend on February 18. . Indiana. they had several children. Sarah was born on March 10. 1866 in Salem. Barthena Jane born May 3. 1857. 1896. He married Susannah Reed on December 24. By the time they decided to go to Indiana in 1819. He married Margaret Muholland. Indiana. the family was granted certificates to travel to the Silver Creek Monthly Meeting in Wayne County. 1828 and died March 16. On February 27. Elizabeth was a daughter of Hugh Maxwell and Elizabeth McBonder. Emily born July 16. 1830. 1829. Richard Dillon was born on February 7. Benjamin born April 11. Tennessee. Joel Haworth Joel was born in New Market. 1809 in Wayne County. She was unmarried. 1786.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 25 DILLON HAWORTH was born November 18. 1904 in Benton County. 1868. He was a brick maker. Hannah born February 2. 1903. born February 27. RICHARD HAWORTH was the youngest son. Iowa Territory and died April 5. 1865 in Sandyville. 1835 and died August 20. 1866. Kansas. 1920. 1806. Sarah died May 13. Indiana. 1850. Iowa. He married Melissa Lewis on January 23. Maria born February 5. 1806 and was a daughter of Benjamin Hill and Mary Jessup. 1838. Indiana. Mary was born December 27. 1841 and died December 20. 1860. Calvin born April 26. 1833. Richard born October 17. Indiana. They were disciplined for marrying contrary to the discipline. She married Robert Rice. He married Elizabeth Maxwell at the Grassy Valley Meeting Hall in Jefferson County on April 11. 1819. 1825 at West Grove. 1830 at the Duck Creek MM in Henry County. Indiana. 1843 and died February 24. Sarah born June 14. 1840 and died March 27. Their children were: James Benjamin born December 14. She was born January 9. She married John Monroe. He was born on his parents' farm some twenty five miles north of Knoxville. Both are buried at the Sugar Grove FBG in Hendricks County. 1837. They moved to Iowa in 1848. near the town of Liberty. 1849. 1853. Union County. 1858. He married Rebecca Ann Cotton on December 25. 1892. He married Mary Hill on December 22. She married Franklin Ratcliff on December 9. He married Sarah Maudlin on December 15. He married Mary Wells and moved to Washington County. James W. Cynthia Ann born May 10. 1844 in Lee County. 1826 and died December 28. 1920. In 1855 they moved to eastern Illinois. Their children were: Benjamin born December 5. 1854. 1906. Mary Jay (Jane) born March 14.
Peter died in October 1860 and Catherine in 1880. She was a daughter of Evan Lewis and Susannah Moon. 1825. 1910. Elizabeth was born on February 25. Vermilion County. He married Susannah Hawkins. Wilson County.. 1827. He then married Catherine Montgomery. 1827 and she on May 26. Both are buried on . California in 1914. Jonathan died there on April 24. Richard had died before 1908 in Kansas. Sarah was born in 1829 and died in San Diego.. Tennessee. 1842. 1831. 1829 and died March 10. She had moved in with her son. they moved from Tennessee to Clark (now Vermilion) County. She was born December 30. 1851. Tennessee on November 16. 1878. David Haworth David was the other twin born in what is now Jefferson County. Eli. She was born July 2. 1827 and died January 5. All was forgiven by 1829 when they were received into the church again. John at Coryville. 1794. Joel and Sarah Haworth. Mary S. Richard M. Elizabeth. Jonathan and Elizabeth's children were: DAVID HAWORTH PETER HAWORTH first married Matilda Shadley on October 30. Elizabeth then married Griffith Mendenhall.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 26 Their children were: John. Illinois. He married Susannah (Lewis) Beals in Lost Creek on May 26. He ultimately owned some twenty two hundred acres in all. Their children were: PLEASANT HAWORTH born on March 2. Elizabeth Dillon. 1789. Illinois. Illinois. He left parts to his children after he died in 1854. 1823 and died December 9. In 1821. She had one child. JAMES HAWORTH was born April 29. RICHARD HAWORTH married Sarah Dukes on May 7. Jonathan Haworth Jonathan was one of the twins born on November 16. Laban. Kansas before going (?) to California. David and his family remained in Jefferson County. Higgins in Georgetown. He married his first cousin. Jonathan. Ann M. Hannah. She was a daughter of Peter Dillon and Elizabeth Haworth. David bought out his brothers' interests in the original homestead and farmed it himself. He was dismissed for marrying contrary to the discipline on April 28. There were no children and Sarah was still living in Georgetown in 1908.. David B. Seth Beals. Susannah was the widow of Seth Beals. He married Sarah O. junior. Jonathan Maxwell.. 1828 and died in 1880 in Vermilion County. 1851. 1789.
daughter of Michael Stone. Later she married D. T. WILLIAM LEWIS was born on February 10. William Oliver living in Wichita. Samuel L. married Eva Martin.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 27 the family farm by the Holston River. 1925. . Duran and moved to Long Beach. He was exempted from the Confederate Army as being a Quaker. C. 1891 and died December 11. She was a daughter of William and Sarah Lee. They had eight children. California. He married Mary Alsop. at Guilford College. 1880 and died November 19. 1904. She married Ramsey Hockett. Ladoska Lee Haworth born March 1. 1887 and died in 1966. Tennessee. He was a farmer. David Riley living in Huron. He and Sarah had: Mahlon Haworth born in 1850s and died in Civil War. 1911 in New Market. 1828 and died December 27. Tennessee. 1931. first to Sarah Brazelton who died about 1855. MAHLON HAWORTH was born on June 9. 1829 and died November 11. South Dakota. Annie Lee married John McMurray. He was a farmer and owned 135 acres on the Holston River. 1885 and died in 1970. He was a laborer and a Union Army Veteran. Tennessee. DAVID HAWORTH JR. 1889. 1833 and died April 5. RICHARD HAWORTH was born on April 5. He married Sarah E. Mississippi. Blount County. 1836 and died two months later on August 12. Owen Lee Haworth born October 23. He had a type of TB that left him blind. 1942. 1836. 1840 and died May 1. He was also the Postmaster at River Bend. Kansas. In 1866 he married Harriet Stone. There were a son Charlie Ross and a daughter Dellarien that died as infants. Tennessee. JONATHAN HAWORTH was born on September 16. Living in Newton. He was taken ill in the War and never fully recovered. eight still living in 1902 according to the paper presented at the Haworth Reunion then. Rachel Susannah Haworth born February 13. 1838 and died January 8. 1894. Lee of Friendsville. Ida married to Joseph Hume. Seth Haworth born in 1855 and died March 10. SARAH ANN HAWORTH was born on February 14. He enlisted in the Tennessee Calvary of the Union Army on March 1. He was married twice. merchant and Postmaster at Marysville. was born on January 19. He married Nancy Jane Mallom or Malcolm after 1862. Living in Central City. living near the Chilowee Mountains on the Tennessee River. and then to Laura Randall or Randles in 1879. ELIZABETH (BETSY) JANE HAWORTH was born on June 14. 1862 and discharged March 30. 1865 in Nashville. Charles Haworth born April 14. He and Laura had: Dora Haworth born August 1. They were Wayne Lee living in Knoxville. Nebraska and then head of the Religion Dept. 1928. 1882 and died in 1966. Tennessee. 1831.
he married Mary Ann Lyle. North Carolina on August 24. on November 20. Both are buried in Jefferson County. they raised their nine children. married Elizabeth Cates. 1833 and died November 9. 1831 and died March 2. He spent his whole life in Jefferson County. The marriage was reported to the Westfield MM in Surry County. She was a daughter of Thomas Lyle and Mary Jones. Peck. JULIE HAWORTH was born January 12. Jane Haworth had died a year earlier. on June 3. 1875 and Mary Ann on December 13. 1774 in North Carolina. Virginia on October 27. New Hope was in Greene County at the time and is now in Jefferson County. Tennessee. Tennessee on December 14. 1868 and then later married Leanna Ballinger. 1920. Maryland on June 6. He married Jane Brazelton at the New Hope. 1847. 1846. daughter of William Brazelton. She was a daughter of William and Sarah (Shepherd) Brazelton. The following is what I know of their nine children. William Haworth died on April 8. see the upcoming BRAZELTON FAMILY HISTORY. Tennessee. He lived in Jefferson County. 1793. Meeting on January 4. JAMES ADELINE HAWORTH born March 7. Tennessee. 1794 at Mossy Creek on the Holston River. He first married Mary Brazelton. He married Margaret Elizabeth Moody in Grainger County.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 28 WILLIAM HAWORTH William Haworth was born in Frederick County. Here in Jefferson County. Tennessee. 1911. . They remained all their lives in Jefferson County. 1883. Tennessee. Their children were: ISAAC FRANK HAWORTH born December 10. Richard was a veteran of the War of 1812. Richard died on February 3. Jane was born on February 16. WILLIAM THOMAS HAWORTH born June 20. Tennessee: Richard Haworth Richard Haworth was born on March 5. 1768. Both are buried in the Westview Cemetery in Jefferson City. Jane was disowned for this on December 21. 1793. In 1830. He went as a child with his family to central North Carolina where he grew up. Mary was a Methodist. He likewise went to eastern Tennessee with his parents in 1791. Mosier. Tennessee. For more on this family. jr. 1793 and that the marriage was out of unity. 1835. 1843 and she married James M.. She was born in Prince George's County. William and Jane remained on their lands in eastern Tennessee for the remainders of their lives. She married William A. 1857 and after her death. 1800. all of whom were born in Jefferson County.
Sarah Haworth Sarah Haworth was born on October 30. 1848 at the Elwood MH in Vermilion County. 1822. McCowan on July 12. The children of Benjamin and Ann Haworth Canaday were: JANE CANADAY born in 1823 and died six years later in 1829. 1875 and Benjamin died four months later on December 28. MARY H. He had gone to Indiana and then returned to Tennessee where he married Ann. HAWORTH born about 1856 and died in 1862 at age 29 years. 1851. SARAH CANADAY born in 1826. 1855. Ann died on August 29. his second wife. 1879. She died in the late 1850s as her sister. They are buried at the Elwood FBG. married her widowed husband on October 2. More details on this family may be found in the main body of this CANADAY FAMILY HISTORY. CANADAY was born November 12. They moved to Georgetown in Vermilion County. JOHN CANADAY born in 1825. He married Lucinda Parks in Vermilion County on June 3. 1875. Both were disciplined for marrying. Illinois. Luke's first wife was Charity Wright. 1852 and Sarah died on April 12. Illinois. 1795. He was a merchant and then the first postmaster of Georgetown. . She married Zachariah Morris on November 12. She married Joseph B. she on November 1. and he on November 8. She moved to Illinois with her family and married Luke Dillon. 1830. 1797. Benjamin was the eldest son of Henry Canaday. They then went back to Illinois in 1822. 1850 on her twentieth birthday. Araminta. Ann Haworth Ann Haworth was born on December 12. She married Benjamin Canaday sometime before August 31. Luke died on August 3. 1860. Luke was a son of Jesse Dillon and Hannah Ruckman. 1856. on March 8. MARINA F. 6 months and 20 days. MATILDA CANADAY born in 1828 and died in 1846 unmarried. She married John Johnson on July 14.The Canaday Family History DAVID HAWORTH Addenda North Carolina Families Page 29 MARY M. CANADAY was born in 1832. 1851. 1848.
1866 to Sarah O. MARY ANN HAWORTH was born June 8. 1865 to Sarah L. 1897 in Mirable. 1860 in Jefferson County. 1842 and was married on March 27. 1864 at the battle at Resaca. HAWORTH was born January 23. Wyoming. ARAMINTA CANADAY was born in 1835. 1856 and was married January 13. 1873 to Mary Sculley. Missouri. DAVID M.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 30 SOPHIE R. He was in the Union Army. 1860. HAWORTH was born April 18. In 1866 they moved to Vernon County. 1837. Missouri. 1870. Their children were: WILLIAM CALVIN HAWORTH was born on January 5. She married James K. He was a Union Army Veteran and they later moved to Lawrence County. Wyoming. Both marriages were in Jefferson County. William lived all his life on his part of the old original farm on the banks of the Holston River. She married the widower of her sister Marina on October 2. Sarah must have gone west with one of her children as she died on January 11. He was married to Mary Morgan on October 3. 1856 to Thomas Northern. 1846 and was married on August 31. Sarah was with her children as a widow in 1904 in Cameron. Roberts of Bollons. Tennessee. Tennessee. 1851 and was married in 1868 to Jackson Allen. Missouri. 1848 and was married on May 6. Missouri and in 1902 he was still living in Mirable. HAWORTH was born September 4. He died there on November 25. Georgia. William Haworth William Haworth was born on December 7. Clinton County. Kansas. 1875 to Lanta Ballinger in Mirable. 1839 and was married on June 1. Ballinger in Jefferson County. 1887 to Mary B. Caldwell County. 1817 he married Julie or Mary Bryand and then on June 11. HAWORTH was born February 6. ISAAC B. In 1904 he was still living in Casper. Missouri. Ritchie on May 31. 1835 married Sarah Jane Daniel. . CANADAY was born in 1834. JOHN L. 1799. 1854 and was disciplined for this on August 4. He was married twice. TELETHA JANE HAWORTH was born July 18. Tennessee. She moved to south east Missouri. HAWORTH was born August 15. Missouri. 1855. SARAH A. On May 22. Hodges. Natrina County. and killed May 14. HENRY T. in 1867 to Caldwell County. 1854 and was married on October 20. He was a Civil War veteran with the Union Army.
Horace G. Frederick died on November 1. Illinois MM minutes. 1859. 1802 and died less than a year later on February 28. 1858. 1804. 1880 to William A. 1857 in Vermilion Grove. Jane was born on July 18. 1877 to Horace Haworth. She married Isaac Lawrence on April 1. John. In 1849 Frederick married Anna Haworth. Both are buried in Vermilion FBG as is Charity as well. Ankrum on October 4. 1860. Shawnee County. 1833. Frederick was born in Tennessee on June 28. Charity's first cousin. 1852. 1858 and was married February 21. WILLIAM FREDERICK CANADAY was born April 24. his wife was named Ella. 1804. The following is what I know of the children of Frederick Canaday and Charity Haworth Canaday: JANE CANADAY was born in 1830 and died in 1900. 1886. Perhaps she died young. on March 1. Illinois. 1847. 1830 in the Vermillion. 1836 and died on May 1. She married Frederick Canaday in 1828. Kansas. Charity died giving birth to their last child. Brazelton in Mirable. SARAH CANADAY was born about 1834. 1885. He married Jane (Haworth) Henderson on September 6. MARY ANN CANADAY was born about 1835. 1907. She married George W. 1849 and lived in Vermilion County. HAWORTH was born December 14. born July 7. They lived near Ridge Farm in Vermilion County. Their children: were Dorothy or Dora was born November 9. Illinois. William died on September 17. Missouri. Both are buried in Vermilion. Again more on this family is found in the main body of the CANADAY FAMILY HISTORY in the beginning of this work. born July . daughter of James Haworth and Mary Elmore. and married on February 27. I have no information on her. Ida R. I assume this is the right William Canaday as he was listed in the 1850 census as being seventeen years old. MALINDA or MATILDA CANADAY. The marriage was reported as being out of unity on January 30. They moved to Topeka. 1885. David Haworth David Haworth was born on May 18. She married Thomas Patterson on December 12. Anna died on April 5. They lived in Ridge Farm. Charity Haworth Charity Haworth was born on January 28. 1803. son of David and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 31 MARTHA E.
PRESTON HAWORTH born May 7. . 1839. born January 15. John Haworth John Haworth was born on August 26. 1840. He married Hannah Mendenhall in Tennessee on August 9. 1878. born March 27. 1832. RICHARD HARDEN HAWORTH born November 5. 1846. She was a daughter of John and Minerva (Priest) Brewer. 1833. Florence born July 30. 1883 at almost seventy seven years of age. Mary was born September 11. 1883 and Flora born August 25. 1834. 1901. 1873 and James Wilbert. Hannah was born on September 25. 1861. The children of John and Lydia were: AMANDA HAWORTH born August 22. John married Lydia (Tucker) Dillon in Jefferson County. Both are buried in Vermilion Grove. 1886. 1837. Both are buried in Vermilion. 1844 and died December 15. 1891. 1840 and died June 29. He married Margaret or Maggie Brewer on September 26. 1885. The children of John and Hannah were: ISAAC JOSEPH HAWORTH born May 25. CANADAY was born March 1. ISAAC HENRY CANADAY was born February 24. 1881. John died there on May 10. Maggie was born in Guernsey County. 1864. Anna C. born March 31. Their children included: Govern born June 3. born March 19. His wife Emily was born January 8. Owen L. On November 5. born February 18.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 32 31. He was a farmer and a veteran the Civil War. 1867. Charity J. HENRY F. 1871. 1880. Mary died in 1922 and Isaac in 1926. JOHN HAWORTH born September 10. 1887. born October 22. 1842. CANADAY was born December 12. He married Mary E. 1842 and died December 22. 1847. WESLEY HAWORTH born February 25. John died May 24. 1837. NOAH HAWORTH born April 7. 1849. 1876 and Ellis or Ella born on May 6. 1847. Eunice H. Grace T. The Vermillion Meeting records indicate two children: Herbert born on December 16. 1806. 1875. 1887. Tennessee. 1801 and was a daughter of Mordecai Mendenhall and Alice Mills. Their children were Cora M. and two others who had died by 1899. Ohio in 1847. 1883. 1927 and Emily died on December 24. Hannah died on September 24. Ellis on October 31. JOHN F.
Their children were: ALICE J. She moved with others of her family to Illinois and there married William Canaday on December 20. Indiana. 1856 at the age of forty-five years. Haworth Isaac Haworth was born on December 27. Indiana. 1853. Indiana on May 16. Isaac died in Prairieton. He was later a farmer in Prairieton. Vigo County. Tennessee on January 31.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families SARAH JANE HAWORTH born February 8. 1850. Indiana. HANNAH E. DANIEL B. BENJAMIN C. above. He was a physician. just across the border in Indiana. Vigo County. in Vigo County. JANE HAWORTH may have been their child(?). HAWORTH born November 12. he returned to Tennessee and four months later returned to Illinois. Illinois. There they raised their family and lived in Ridge Farm. Illinois until their deaths. 1831 at Vermilion Grove. he married Mary Walker. having moved there in 1862. surgeon and the coroner in Terre Haute. HAWORTH married Col. Mary Jane Haworth Mary Jane. HAWORTH born August 16. Mary was born in Vigo County in 1824. HAWORTH born December 10. 1876. Isaac B. 1881. or Polly as she was known by. John P. HAWORTH born October 22. In the fall of 1827. He moved to Indiana and settled in Vigo County. 1850 in Vigo County. Isaac became of partner of Benjamin Canaday. Illinois. Vigo County. 1858. Vermilion County. 1811. Page 33 HARRIET M. There. in the mercantile business in Georgetown. a lawyer. Polly died there on May 9. on September 15. VIRGINIA ADELINE HAWORTH born March 7. In the spring of 1827 he moved with his family to Georgetown. OSCAR HAWORTH died as an infant. 1851. 1855 and died October 23. WILLIAM WALKER HAWORTH born January 4. Baird. . was born in Jefferson County. 1843. 1848. Illinois. 1808. She was a daughter of William Walker and Susan Durham of Prairieton.
haworthassociation.com/haworth .genforum.ancestry. WEBSITES ON HAWORTH FAMILIES Check out several websites on line.haworth www.boards.com/mbexec?htx=board&r=an&p=surnames.org www.genealogy.The Canaday Family History Addenda North Carolina Families Page 34 The story of Polly and Bill Canaday are contained in the main body of this CANADAY FAMILY HISTORY. www.