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184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.3 Charles A. G. Washam is Charles
Augustus Washam b 29 Jun 1883 Mecklenburg, NC & d 19 Feb 1922 Mecklenburg,
NC. He m Ava Parks McAuley, 16 May 1909 Mecklenburg, NC, b. 31
Dec 1885 Mecklenburg, NC & d. 18 Dec 1977 Mecklenburg, NC.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.3.1. James Clarence Washam
b 13 Apr 1910, m
Goodrum & he d. 16 Apr 1986.
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.3.2. Lois McAuley Washam
b. 1 May 1913, m
Stanton Dumas 16 Dec 1939. Lois' obit appeared 10 Nov 2004 on citizentimes.com:
Arden - Lois Dumas, 91, of Brevard Road, died Tuesday, Nov.
9, 2004. A native of Mecklenburg County, Mrs. Dumas was the daughter of the late Charles and Ava McAulay Washam. She was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Eugene Staton Dumas, who died in 1988; her stepfather, Frank Reid; and a brother, James Clarence Washam. Mrs. Dumas and her husband operated The Dumas Grocery and she was a charter member of Long Shoals Baptist Church, where she served as secretary of the Sunday School for a number of years and was a member of the Women's Missionary Union. She was a member of the Avery's Creek Extension Homemaker's Club. Surviving are a son, Charles Dumas and his wife, Elaine, of Murphy; two grandchildren, Charles Dumas Jr. and his wife, Gwen, of Aberdeen and Julia Carol Moore and her husband, Brian, of Marble; and three great-grandchildren, Rachel and Jacob Moore and Isabel Dumas. Also surviving are a sister, Sadie Enloe of Gilkey and a brother, Benjamin Reid of Brooklyn, N.Y. A funeral service for Mrs. Dumas will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Long Shoals Baptist Church with the Rev. Roger Rearden officiating. Burial will be at Green Hills Cemetery.
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.5. Potts Alexander Washam
1st) Pearl L. abt 1921. Potts m 2nd)
Martha Laird Harris b 24 Jun 1903 Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC
& she d. 25 Oct 2003 Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124. Mary B. Washam
b 30 Jan 1862 Mecklenburg, NC m James H. Reid 16 Feb 1887.
James, s/o Billie (probably William) Reed and Susannah Linebarger/Lineberger, b.
29 Jan 1842 of Catawba, NC & d. 11 May 1921 Iredell, NC. James m 1st)
Fanny Rebecca Archer b. abt 1844 NC. (Barbara McDonald, 1998) Fanny is believed
to be the d/o John Archer & Susan Washam (see page 411). Mary d. 28 May 1895
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1. Franklin Benjamin Bell Reid
b. 8 Dec 1887 Iredell, NC & d. 29 Nov 1977 Iredell, NC. In Mecklenburg Co., NC, 19 Apr
1924, he m Ava Parks McAuley b. 31 Dec
1885 & d. 18 Dec 1977 Mecklenburg Co., NC. Ava Parks McAuley m 1st
Charles Augustus Washam 16 May 1909 Mecklenburg Co, NC. See page 412, Charles A.
G. Washam. (Barbara McDonald, 1998)
184.108.40.206.2.9. Dicey Worsham
b abt 1805 m Levie Hux 22 Mar 1830 Mecklenburg Co., NC, d Oct 1852 Mecklenburg
Co., NC, leaving a will dated 10 Sep 1852 & probated Oct
1852. Levi b 1804 Horry Co., SC s/o David
Hux & Mary Ann Blane & d 1849 Horry Co, SC. (Peter G. Hucks, Grimes
Hucks Family at Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site)
220.127.116.11.2.9.1. Female Hucks b 1836 Mecklenburg Co., NC d 1849
18.104.22.168.2.9.2. Female Hucks b 1838 Mecklenburg Co., NC d 1847.
22.214.171.124.2.9.3. Joseph Benjamin Hucks b 10 Jun 1840 Horry Co., SC d 5 Sep 1892
126.96.36.199.2.9.4. Thomas Asbery Hucks
b 15 Aug 1842 Horry Co., SC d 15 Oct 1939.
Worsham I & Mary
Worsham b abt 1620 & probably brother to William Worsham as they patented
land together in 1652 in Henrico Co., VA. George m Mary about 1643. He was
Justice of the Peace in Henrico in 1656. He died before 6 Jun 1666. George
and his wife, Mary, may be mentioned In Middlesex County, VA - Early Marriages;
William and Mary Quarterly, V. 4, No. 2:
"DESCENDANTS OF HENRY RANDOLPH There were two emigrants, William Randolph
and his uncle Henry. Mr. W. G. Stanard has an interesting note in the Richmond
Critic for Sept. 3, 1888, regarding the descendants of the latter. Rev. Henry
Isham Longden, Shangton Rectory, Leicester, England, states that in the
visitation it appears that Henry was the uncle of William, and was baptized
November 27, 1623.(1) Henry Randolph was clerk of Henrico county from about 1656
and clerk of the House of Burgesses from about 1660 to his death in 1673. The
following paper is in the handwriting of John Randolph, of Roanoke, copied
evidently from some family Bible. The notes on the margin and the pedigree at
the end were perhaps added by Mr. Randoph himself: 1 Henry & Eliz Randolph
mar: by Mr Edw: ffolliott(1) minister ye 12th of Oct 1652 obijt Eliz: 12 oct
1660. 2 Henry, son of Hen: & Eliz: born at Appamatok 2 Sept, 1654, being
Satterday, [died infant 1654] baptized by Mr. Robt Lesley being Sunday Sponsrs
Geo: & Mary Worsham. Robt & Mary West–dyed ye 8 8ber being Monday–buried
ye 10th." There were Worthams in Middlesex Co., VA but no Worshams.
The Worshams of Henderson Co., KY believed they were descended from the
Middlesex Co., VA Worshams. Upon checking the Middlesex Co., VA records, Dorothy
Tuttle determined they were Worthams. . The earliest
Wortham found in the Middlesex Co., VA records was John Wortham born abt 1640 married
Jane & he died bef 1 Aug 1692 leaving a will. Information on him and his
children were listed in the Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA records and in a
book, "A Place in Time, Middlesex County, Virginia 1650-1750" by Darrett B. and Anita H. Rutman (New York: W. W. Norton & Company)
2.1. George Worsham II
b 1648 Henrico Co., VA m Mary Farrar abt 1673. He d 4 Jul 1727. Descendants lived in Henrico
Co., VA; Chesterfield Co., VA; Buckingham Co., VA, Cumberland Co., VA; Monroe
Co., VA now West VA; Marshall Co., MS.
Page 417 & 418
2.1.1. Mary Worsham
b abt 1677 m John Hester
Sep 1695 Henrico Co. Ruth Walsh posted the following on GenForum 4 Mar 2000:
"Although John's surname was spelled Hester on the 1695 Vestry records, the
compilation of additional documents suggests that Hester was probably
misspelling of Hastings. On 1719/12/00 VA, Henrico Co., VA. Mary Hastings,
widow, granted administration of John Hastings estate. Security provided by Wm.
Kennon; Geo. Wilson, Wm. Worsham, Geo. Archer and Richd Willson. 1719/1720/02
VA, Henrico Co., VA. Mary Haskins failed to produce inventory of John's estate.
Ordered to present it at next court. 1719-1720/03/07 VA, Henrico Co., VA. Mary
Haskins presented inventory of John Haskins estate. 1721-1722/04 VA, Henrico
Co., VA. Geo. Reynolds sued Mary Hastings for matters involving John's estate.
1724/05/00 VA, Henrico Co., VA. John Peterson sued Mary Hastings for matters
involving John's estate. (In Annals of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia,
1611-1884, Marriages 9 Sep 1695, John Hester & Mary Worsham)
188.8.131.52. George Hastings b abt 1700 Henrico Co., VA s/o John Hasten &
Mary Worsham. He m Sarah. A son, Henry Hastings b 1728 Mass m Elizabeth
McDaniel? He d 17 May 1812 Hillsboro, Orange, NC. (Family Records of Carol Lee,
184.108.40.206.1.1.2. Michal Osborne Worsham. Married
15 Apr. 1835 by Rev. Anderson Johnson, Wilson Winfree to Mrs M. N. Worsham all
of Chesterfield Co. (Richmond Whig & public advertiser pg 3, col. 2. Date of
Pub. 21 Apr 1835) The
following is in the 1853 Bible of Wilson & Martha Salle Winfree: Wilson
Winfree & Michael O. Worsham m Apr 12, 1835, she died Apr 27, 1837;
Wilson Winfree & Martha Salli m 20 Jan 1841; Wilson Winfree s/o John
Winfree & Sarah b. 26 Sep 1809; Michael O. Worsham d/o Edward Worsham &
Rebecca was born (blank) died Apr 27, 1837; Martha Salli d/o Isaac Salli &
Nancy b. Mar 10, 1815; Wilson Winfree d. 19 Oct 1884; Martha Winfree (wife of
Wilson) d. 27 Feb 1890. (VA State Lib, Richmond, Winfree # 34902, 1890-1980)
William Edward Worsham b abt 1818 Chesterfield Co.,
VA d 17 Sep 1864 Benton Co., MS. (Benton Co., MS Historical Society, Worsham
file of the Sallie Fisher Collection of Genealogy files received from Saundra
Shields Worsham b abt 1846 m Salina Irwin Brown 29
Oct 1878 Lynchburg, Campbell, VA d/o Henry James Brown & Susan A. (Henry
Brown Papers-1830-1941 on file Special Collections, College of William and Mary,
Swem Library.) They are in the 1900 Lynchburg, Campbell, VA census, p 40B. He is
age 52 b Jul 1847 VA m 20 years & Salina I. is age 50 b Jun 1849 m 20
years. 3 children & 3 living. He is in the 1910 Lynchburg 2 WD, Campbell
Co., VA census, p 135B. They are on the 1920 Court House, Amherst, VA census. He
is age 73 & she is age 70. She d 14 Apr 1932 Fairville, Saline, MO.
Christine I. Worsham
b May 1880 MS (20-1900) She is on the 1910 Lynchburg, Campbell Co., VA census p
Henry Shields Worsham b
Jan 1882 VA (18-1900; 28-1910; 38-1920; 47-1930) m. Clyde Elizabeth Casey.
In 1910 he is a single, hired man, living with Thomas Larson age 44 b Norway, in
the Valley Center School Dist, Yellowstone Co, MT census as Henry Worsham age 28
b VA, father b MS. He is Henry S. Worsham in a land sale 19 Sep 1914 in Fallon
Co, MT. They are in the 1920 Webster, Fallon Co., MT census. He is Henry
S. Worsham age 38 b VA & Clyde E. is age 29 b VA with children: Charles H.
age 3 years & 4 months b VA; Joseph S. age 1 year & 7 months b VA. They
are on the 1930 Court House, Amherst, VA census. He is age 47 b VA & Clyde
is age 33.
Charles Henry Worsham b 23 Aug 1916 Amherst Co., VA m Sarah Maude Crawford. He died 10 Aug 2004 Bedford, VA. Obituaries,
received from Laura Perry:
Charles Henry Worsham, 87, of Moneta, died Tuesday, August 10, 2004.
Arrangements by Carder-Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Bedford, 586-3443
Published on 8/11/2004 The Roanoke Times. Charles Henry Worsham, 87, of Moneta,
died Tuesday August 10, 2004 in Bedford Memorial Hospital. He was born August
23, 1916 in Amherst Co., a son of the late Henry Shields Worsham and Clyde
Elizabeth Casey Worsham. Mr. Worsham
was a member of Bethlehem United Methodist Church. He was a Captain in the US
Army having served during WWII. He also was a retired Chemical Engineer of
Eastern Standard Oil with 22 years of service where he was granted several US
Patents. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother,
Cecil M. Worsham. Mr. Worsham is survived by his wife of 67 years, Sarah
Crawford Worsham; two sons, Charles Edward
Worsham and his wife, Patricia of Madison Heights and Penn Eheart Worsham of CA;
four grandchildren, Joshua, James, Travis and Michell; one brother, Joseph
Shields Worsham of Madison Heights; one sister-in-law, Eunice Worsham of Madison
Heights; and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial
contributions may be made to the Moneta Rescue Squad, PO Box 497, Moneta, VA
24121. A memorial service will be conducted at Bethlehem United Methodist Church
at a later date.
Roanoke Times on 9/5/2008:
Sarah Maude Crawford Worsham, 91, of Moneta, Va., died Thursday, September
4, 2008. Arrangements by Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Bedford, Va., 540-586-3443
Joseph Shields Worsham b 26 May 1918 Amherst Co., VA
(10-1930) Obituary: Joseph Shields Worsham, 87, of Madison Heights, died Tuesday, Nov 8,
2005. He was the husband of the late Hazel Counts Worsham. Mr. Worsham was born May 26,
1918, in Amherst County, a son of the late Henry Shields Worsham and Elizabeth Casey
Worsham. He was retired from the city of Lynchburg, where he worked as an electrical
inspector. He was a member of Monroe United Methodist Church. Joe was a man that had many
unique interests. He was both a maker and a player of violins, a jeweler, a gunsmith, an
inventor, and he authored several books that related to these pastimes. He was a very
creative person and enjoyed working with his hands on intricate projects. He is survived
by a son, Bruce Worsham and wife, Judy; three grandchildren, Selena Shrader Dawson, Ivan
Shrader and wife, Sherry, and Brian Worsham, and a great-granddaughter, Natalie Dawson,
all of Monroe. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by a
daughter, Joanna Worsham (Lynchburg News & Advance, Lynchburg, VA 10 Nov 2005)
Cecil M. Worsham b
1 Oct 1921 Amherst Co., VA. (8-1930) d 2 Nov 2002 Madison Heights, Amherst, VA
Janet N. Worsham b
Jan 1887 VA (13-1900)
220.127.116.11.1.5. Prudence Worsham
Vaden. A story was passed down in
the family of Michael Vaden, Jr., son of Prudence and Michael, that Prudence and
two of her children were killed by a tornado in Chesterfield County. Laura
Keyes-Perry wrote in 1999 and referred to Genealogy of The Vaden And Related
Families by Tennie Elizabeth Vaden Winn, 1970.
In the Name of God Amen, I William
Worsham of the County of Chesterfield & parish of Dale (Virginia) being in
perfect mind and memory thanks to Almighty God, do make & ordain this my
last Will & Testament in manner and form as follows (viz). First I desire
that all my just debts be paid and discharged. ITEM. I give to my loving wife
B__samond Worsham all my Real and Personal Estate during her natural life. I
give my son Daniel Worsham, Twenty Shillings. ITEM. I give my son William all
the land I have in Chesterfield County, with One Hundred Acres of Land on Wolf
Branch in Amelia County with the following Negroes, Old Tammy, and Bob a boy,
and one third of the Cattle to him and his Heirs forever. ITEM. I give my
daughter Ann Dison, the following Negroes Jack, Jane, with one third of the
Cattle, & half of the Sheep to her & her Heirs forever. ITEM. I give my
daughter Frances Rowlet the following Negroes, Young Tammy, Dilcy & Moll,
with one third of the Cattle & half of the Sheep to her and her Heirs
forever. ITEM. I give my Grand Daughter Eliz'a. Dison a Negro Girl named Patt to
heir and her Heirs forever the rest of my Estate not mentioned I give to my
Daughters Ann Dison, Frances Rowlet & Eliz. Dison to be equally divided, to
them & their Heirs forever, I desire my Estate be not appraised. I appoint
William Worsham & Josep Rowlet to my Executors. William (his X mark) Worsham
(LS) Feby. 24th 1772 Signed & Sealed in presence of- Parker Hare Rich'd.
Booker John Hill.
2.1.4. William Worsham b abt 1691 Henrico Co, VA. Will of William Worsham -
1772 (WB 2, p 19, Chesterfield Co, VA, Russell L. Lawrence, 2000)
Children of William &
18.104.22.168.1.1.2A.1. Henry Mason
Worsham, remove, he is a son of William and his 2nd wife Phebe, renumber
paragraphs (see page 437)
Children of William &
Mollie Worsham b. abt 1870 Harrison, Ohio; m. Calvin H. Hanna. According to the IGI they
were m 4 Apr 1894 Harrison, OH. They are in the 1910 Falling Spring, Greenbrier
Co, WV cens. as Calvin H. Hanna age 53 b. WV his 2nd mrg & Marrie M. age 40
m. 16yrs, 4 children & 4 living.
B. Worsham b 1875 of Greenbrier Co, WV. (6-1880; 34-1910) She was age 44
in the 1920 Lewisburg, Greenbrier, WV Census, ED 56, p 7. 22.214.171.124.1.1.2B.4. Anna
A. Worsham "Annie" b Aug 11, 1876 Greenbrier, WV; d Apr 22, 1930,
Lewisburg, Greenbrier, WV. The Charleston Daily Mail, Apr 14, 1930, wrote:
"Miss Annie Worsham who has been critically ill for six weeks, has made no
improvement and her relatives have been called to her bed side." Her obit
is in The Charleston Daily Mail Apr 24, 1930, p12, "Lewisburg: Miss Annie
Worsham died at her home here Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. Funeral services
were conducted at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock by Rev. T.M. Swan. Burial was made in the Presbyterian cemetery. She is survived by four
sisters, Mrs. Mollie Hanna, Mrs. Charles S. Donnally, Misses Minnie and Kate
Worsham and one brother, Henry Worsham."
B. Worsham "Kate" b 1878 of Greenbrier Co., WV. She apparently
traced her family history: "Miss Kate Worsham a hostess of Daughters of
Confederacy Meeting" (The Charleston Daily Mail Feb 17, 1930) In 1939 she
was a member of Lewisburg chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Mason Worsham b 16 Dec 1882 of Lewisburg, Greenbrier, WV, and d. May 1964
of Owen, KY. He was a barber in the 1910 census. He m. Mary
Elizabeth Fortner 12 Nov 1913 Owenton, Owen, KY. She was b abt 1892
Lewisburg, Greenbrier, WV, d/o Landrum J. & Martha J. "Mattie"
Fortner of Owenton, KY. Mary d. Dec 23, 1960 in Owenton, Owen, KY. (Donna
Worsham Ochoa, 2004) Henry d. May 1964 Tucson, Pima, AZ..
Louise Worsham b. Nov 14, 1916, Owen, KY. She m. George
Ramey of Parkersburg, WV. He was a pharmacist and owned Ramey Drugs. They
had one daughter Carol. Louise died of cancer, 17 Dec 1957. (Donna
Worsham Ochoa, 2004)
Martha Worsham b. May 26, 1919, Owenton, Owen, KY; d. Aug 4, 1920, Owen,
Mason Worsham b. Jan 14, 1922, Owen, KY. He
m. 1st) LaVerne Ann Tilley b 25 Jun 1915
of Edgerton, Hanson Co, South Dakota the d/o Sanford Tilley & Rebecca Ina
Blackburn. At the time, he was in the Navy during WWII & she had a dump
truck business. LaVerne had
previously been m to Ted Zens who died in CA. Henry retired from the Navy in
Tucson, AZ approx 1961 and they owned Mexican food restaurants together until
divorcing in 1969. Henry m. 2nd)
Virginia Rodriguez. (Donna Worsham Ochoa,
2004) LaVerne d. 6 Apr 1991.
Henry d. 29 Sep 1992 Tucson, Pima, AZ.
Chapman Worsham b 2 Apr 1845 m Mary Martha Baker 25
Oct 1865 Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV. Mary b Jul 1842. Daniel C Worsham & Mary M
Worsham are listed in the 1900 Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV census. Daniel is age 56 b Apr
1844 WV m 35 years. Mary is age 57 b Jul 1842 WV with children Ettie age 31 b Nov 1868;
Mary F. Worsham age 26 b Oct 1873 VA; Rosa E. age 22 b May 1878 WV; William Worsham age 27
b Jul 1872 VA. William is married & his wife is I nora in the index for Ancestry.com. The
original looks like Aurora. The grandchildren are: Reaborn J Worsham age 14 b Apr 1886
WV & Hester M Worsham in the Ancestry.com index but the original looks like Kester who is
age 10 b Aug 1889 WV Reaborn (Rayborn) & Kester are probably brothers.
Daniel & Martha are listed in the 1910 Sweet
Springs, Monroe, WV census. Daniel C. Worsham is age 66 b WV 1st marriage & m. 44 years &
Martha M. is age 68 1st marriage m 44 years 10 children 7 living. Children are: Etta M.
Worsham age 42 b VA. Daniel doesn't have an occupation and Martha & Etta are washer women.
Grandsons: Raborn J. age 20 b WV (listed as Ratom J. in the index but original looks like
Raborn) Kester M. is age 23 b WV 1st marriage & m. 2 years with his wife Emma age 22 1st
marriage & m. 2 years with children Lillian G. age 1 & Claude M. age 6 months.
It looks like Kester and Raborn's ages were
switched either by the census taker or whomever gave the information to the census taker.
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.4. John Daniel Worsham m Ruby Bunch b 31 Dec 1899 Batesville, Albemarle, VA & she d 20 Oct 1992
Jacksonville, Onslow, NC.
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4.1. Ruby Elizabeth Worsham b 25 May 1921 Alexandria, Fairfax, VA. Her photograph is in the 1938 George
Washington High School yearbook, The Compass, of Alexandria, VA:
Ruby Elizabeth Worsham
things come in small packages." Just look at Betty! She has been active in the Art Club, Cadet Corps, Dramatic
Club, Pep Club, Spanish Club, and Glee Club, and has made big plans for the future.
hair, which matches her sparkling brown eyes, should aid her in fulfilling her
ambition of becoming a journalist or a secretary.
Ruby m. Francis Charles Kast
2 Nov 1939 Alexandria, Fairfax, VA. Francis b 7 May 1918 Alexandria, VA & d 30 Jul 1986
Jacksonville, Onslow, NC. Ruby d 21 Feb 1979 Gaithersburg, Montgomery, MD. (Joe Barber, 2006)
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4.2. b 20 Oct 1925
of Alexandria, VA m. 1st) Richard Harrison Wiley in Hamilton, Madison Co.
NY. Mary m 2nd) Carlton Ward Harrison 20 Dec 1944 Ft. Belvoir, VA.
They were divorced 12 Jun 1969 Syracuse, NY. (Joe Barber, 2006)
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.8. Paul Edward Worsham b 19 Nov 1911 Alleghany Co, VA and he died Sep
1978 of Vienna, West Virginia. He m Therese Marie Ann Beauregard
b 26 Jul 1917. Her obit appeared in The Parkersburg News & The Parkersburg Sentinel, Parkersburg,
Therese Marie Ann Worsham, 84, of Parkersburg, died December 24, 2001, Fishersville, VA. She was born July 26, 1917, in La Patrie, Quebec Province, Canada, a daughter of the late Wilfrid and Malvina Lippe Beauregard. She was a member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church of Parkersburg. She is survived by two sons and daughter-in-law, Richard and Deborah Worsham of Greenville, VA and Charles Worsham of Marietta; one brother, Wilfrid Beauregard of Alexandria, VA. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul E. Worsham in 1978; three brothers, Armand, Arthur and Lee Beauregard; and one sister, Alice Beauregard. Services will be today at Parkersburg. Entombment will be in Mt. Carmel
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.8.1. Charles Edward Worsham m Margie Lane Clatterbuck.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.8.2. Richard A. Worsham m Deborah B.
Ettie Worsham b Nov 1868. It looks like she is the mother of Kester & Rayburn and
was never married. Rayburn & Kester's names are directly under her's in the 1910 census.
Kester Milton Worsham registered for the World War I
draft on 12 Sep 1918 from Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV at age 32 b. 25 Apr 1886. He is a
farmer & working for H. T. Schumaker in Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV. Kester m.
Emma Edna Ballard 1907 in Allegheny, VA. He has a
wife who lives in Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV. He has blue eyes & dark gray hair.
He is K. M. Worsham in the 1920 Covington, Alleghany, VA census (Ancestry.com has him
listed as Workvin in the index but the original looks like Worsham) He is age 33 b WV
& works in the Paper Mill. His wife Emma E. is age 32 b WV & children: Lillian J. age
11 b VA; Claude M. age 10, Maggie P. age 6 b WV; Anna E. age 2 years 3 months b WV.
Kester M. Worsham is on the 1930 Covington, Alleghany, VA census. He is age 43 b WV m.
age 21 (Kester is a spinner in a Rayon Plant) & Emma is age 42 b WV m. age 20.
Children: Lillian G. age 21 b VA (Silk Inspector in Rayon Plant) ; Claude M. Worsham
age 20 b VA (Painter in Rayon Plant) & Anna E. age 13 b WV. Kester d. 27 Jan
1938 Alleghany, VA.
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1. Lillian J. Worsham b abt 1909 of Covington, Alleghany, VA.
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.2. Claude M. Worsham b abt 1910 of Covington, Alleghany, VA.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.3. Pauline Maggie Worsham "Maggie" b 21 Aug 1913 of Covington,
Alleghany, VA & m Wilton Norman Rice abt 1930. In 1930
they lived with her mother in law, Edith Rice age 57 b VA, in Covington, Alleghany,
VA. Wilton b 12 Jun 1910 & d 4 Aug 1934. Maggie d 27 Jun 1988 Covington,
Anna E. Worsham b abt 1917 of Covington, Alleghany, VA.
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.2. Rayburn Johnson Worsham
b 12 Aug 1889, d Jul 1963. Rayburn m. Eliza J. Baker
1910 Monroe, WV.
Eliza Worsham is listed on the SSDI b. 21 Mar 1893 d Jan 1973 Covington,
Covington City, VA. His name is Warsham in the 1920 Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV
census age 30 b WV with wife Eliza E. age 36 & dau. Francis E. age 3 years 6 months.
His mother Amelia E. Warsham is living with them who is age 52 b VA and a brother in
law Thomas P. Baker age 22 is living with Rayburn. Rayburn J. Worsham is in the
1930 Covington, Alleghany, VA census. He is age 40 b WV m. age 21 & Eliza J. is age 37
b WV m. age 18. Dau Frances E. is age 13 b WV.
Rayburn Johnson Worsham registered for the
World War II Draft at age 52 b. 12 Aug 1889 Monroe WV. His residence is 215 Walnut St
& works in the Draft Mill and is married.
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11. William Chapman Worsham b. 2 Jul 1873 Allegheny, VA. He d. 9
Mar 1949 Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV. His wife, Nora Bell Bowyer
b. 27 May 1880
& d. 21 Feb 1963. William & Nora bur Sweet Springs Cem.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124B.1. Andra Worsham is Audrey Worsham b abt 1901.
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52B.2. Mackey L. Worsham. Additional information. Her name is
Mackie Lee Worsham b 27 Dec 1903 & d 30 Dec 1985. She m George Taylor
Padgett from Natural Bridge, VA. They had 12 children, 5 of whom are still
living in either VA, WV, or NC. (Tammy Burdette records, Dec 1999)
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11B.3. William Lambert Worsham. Middle name added. He was b. 1
Feb 1909 & d. 31 Oct 1987 Sweet Springs, Monroe, WV. He m Naomi b. 1 Mar
1917 & d. Jun 1986.
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124B.4. Catheline L. Worsham b 11 Jun 1914 is living in
126.96.36.199.3. Martha Worsham b abt 1754
Chesterfield Co., VA. She probably died before 8 Oct 1827 when her husband made
his will: Will of John Edwards - Chesterfield Co,
Virginia Will Book 11 (p.249); 1827
In the name of God amen. I John Edwards of the county of Chesterfield and
State of Virginia, taking into consideration the uncertainty of life, and the
certainty of death, and being of sound and disposing mind and memory, hanks be
to God for the same, do make and ordain this to be my last will & testament.
In the first place it is my wish and desire that all my just and legal debts be
paid. Item - I give and bequeath to my loving grand daughter Mary Ann Allen
Short, one cow and five tea spoons (silver) to her and her heirs forever. Item.
I give and bequeath to my dutiful son John Worsham Edwards all of my plantation
utensils and six head of sheep to him and his heirs forever. Item. I give and
bequeath to my affectionate and dutiful daughter Sally Hill Edwards three
negroes, to wit, Tom, Stephen and Amy and all of my stock and household and
kitchen furniture of every description not heretofore given away to her and her
heirs forever. It is my request that my sons William and John W. Edwards to be
my executors to this my last will and testament. Signed, sealed and acknowledged
this fourth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty six. In the
presence of John (his + mark) Edwards
John E. H. Cogbill
In Chesterfield county court October 8th 1827
This last Will and testament of John Edwards deceased was proved by the oath
of Wm. Edwards a witnefs thereto and continued for further proof. And on said
court November 12th 1827. The same was further and fully proved by the oath of
Wm. Rowlett, also a witnefs thereto, and ordered to be recorded: And on the
motion of William Edwards an executor therein named, who entered into bond with
security (which security justified as to his sufficiency) condition, as the law
directs, and took the oath prescribed by law, a certificate is granted him for
obtaining probate thereof in due form.
Children (may not be in correct order)
188.8.131.52.3.1. John Worsham Edwards
Gill 11 Nov 1811 Chesterfield, VA,
184.108.40.206.3.2. Rebecca Edwards m Samuel Short 2
Sep 1812 Chesterfield
220.127.116.11.3.3. William Edwards
18.104.22.168.3.4. Sally Hill Edwards
22.214.171.124.6B.2. Richard Worsham b 1804.
Richard Worsham's wife Clarke Roxanna Goddin b 23
Feb 1813 Henrico Co, VA d/o Capt. John Goddin & Roxanna Ford (June Rathbun,
2004) Clarke was named in her father, John's will probated 7 Mar 1865 in Henrico
Co, VA. Clarke R. Worsham along with Adolphus Goddin & Wellington Goddin
were named executors of the will of John Goddin born "19 Feb 1780 now 83 a good old age." Heirs equal parts: Adolph, Wellington, Clarke
Worsham, Laura Crafton. (Sandy Satterwhite, 2005) Clarke's
brother, Wellington Goddin, is pictured on the right, courtesy Sandy Satterwhite,
Richard Worsham d Friday, Jul 16, 1847 Richmond, VA
age 43 (Richmond Whig & Public Advertiser, pg 4, col. 3. Date of Publication
20 Jul 1847) The will of Richard Worsham from Richmond City, VA, Hustings Wills No. 11,
1846-1848, pg 428.
"In the name of God, Amen. I, Richard Worsham of the city of Richmond in
the state of Virginia, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and disposing
mind, do make and ordain this my last will and testament hereby revoking all
former wills (if any) by me at any time made. First, I direct that all my just
debts shall be paid by my executrix and for that purpose I charge the whole or
any part of my estate. Second. I direct that after the payment of my just debts,
that all my estate real, personal and mixed, shall be kept together until my
youngest child shall arrive at the age of twenty-one years for the purpose of
maintaining my wife and children until that time, and when my youngest child
shall arrive at said age, my whole estate shall be equally divided among my
children and their heirs and for that purpose the estate remaining may be sold,
provided also, that if my youngest child shall die before it shall arrive at the
age of twenty one years my estate shall be kept together as aforesaid until my
child next to the youngest shall arrive to the age of twenty one years, when it
shall be divided as aforesaid. Third, I appoint my wife Clarke R. Worsham
executrix of this my will and I hereby direct that she shall not be obliged or
required to give security on her qualification, and I appoint my said wife,
guardian of my infant children until they arrive at the age of twenty one years,
provided she so long continue my widow, but if she marry again her guardianship
shall thereupon immediately cease and terminate. In testimony whereof I have to
this my will set my hand and seal and subscribed my name This the 13th
day of July in the year of Christ, one thousand eight hundred and forty seven.
R. Worsham (seal) Signed, sealed published and declared by the testator, Richard
Worsam as and for his last and testament in the presence of us, who in his
presence and as this request have hereunto signed and named as witnesses
thereto. Henry Van Beurin, S. A. Marsh, Mosby Woodson City of Richmond towit. At
a court of Hustings held for the said City in the Courthouse, the 9th
day of August 1847, This last will and testament of Richard Worsham late of this
city, deceased, was this day proved as to the said Richard Worsham by the oaths
of Henry Van Beurin and Solomon A. Marsh subscribing witnesses there to, and was
ordered to be recorded. And at alike court of Hustings held at the court house
on the 13th day of the same month on the motion of Clarke R. Worsham,
the only executrix named in the will of Richard Worsham, late of this city
deceased who made oath thereto according to law and interest into and
acknowledged a bond in the penalty of seventeen thousand dollars conditioned
according to Lae (but without security) The will directing that none should be
required of her) Certificate is granted her for obtaining a (ink blot) of the
will of the said Richard Worsham late of this city, deceased in due form."
126.96.36.199.6B.2.1. Sarah R Worsham "Sally"
b 18 Nov 1835 Henrico Co., VA. Sarah d 24
May 1858 in her 23d
year as Mrs Sally R Parker, wife of John N Parker, and dau of Mrs Clarke R
Worsham (Richmond Whig & Public Advertiser, pg 2, col 5, date of Pub 25 May
1858) Sarah was bur in Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond, Virginia with her husband, John N Parker, and sister, Ann E Worsham.
See picture furnished by Sandy Satterwhite, 2005.
188.8.131.52.6B.2.2. Ann E Worsham
b 26 May 1837 Henrico Co, VA, d 23 May 1925 Richmond & bur in Hollywood
Cemetery, Richmond, VA.
John Henry Worsham b Jul 1841 was John R Worsham b abt 1840
VA. He was age 10 on the 1850 Henrico Co, VA Census as John Worsham. John Henry
Worsham m Mary
Bell Pilcher 15 Feb 1871 Richmond, VA. Mary b Dec 1846 VA d/o John A Pilcher & Elizabeth Parsons. Died 1914 & John died 19 Sep 1920.
to the Sons of Confederate Veterans:
"John Worsham, served in Co. F 21st
Virginia Infantry. He served as a
Lt. He enlisted 21 Apr 1861 as a
private at Richmond by Melton Cary for 1 yr.
He was present through 31 Oct 1862, detailed as clerk to Gen J. R. Jones
per muster roll 31 Dec 1862. 28 Feb
1863 pay and clothing list shows age 22, hazel eyes, light hair and complexion,
six foot, born in Richmond, clerk. Shown
as 1st Cpl 29 Apr 1863, 2nd Sgt 30 Jun 1863.
Present through 29 Feb 1864. Absent
wounded since 19 Sep 1864 per 31 Dec 1864 muster roll.
Admitted CSA General Hospital Charlottesville 29 Sep 1864 v s left leg
wound. 30 Sep 1864 reports lists as Lt (Adjutant)." (Dexter E. Oliver, SCV
Virginia State Genealogist and Hewett, Janet B., ed The Roster of Confederate
Soldiers 1861-65 vol. XVI, Wilmington, Broadfoot, 1996 & Compiled Service
Records of Confederate Soldiers who Served from the State of Virginia 21st
Infantry, Reel 644)
He is listed as John Warsham in the 1880 Scottsville Dist, Albemarle Co., VA
Census, p 5. He is age 38 & Mary is age 35. His birth date is Jul 1839 b VA
in the 1900 Richmond, VA Census & Mary b Dec 1846 VA, pg 9. They are on the
Richmond City, Richmond, VA 1910 Census. He is age 69 & Mary is age 63.
Mary's brother John W. Pilcher age 68 is listed with them.
John, an “Old F.”, in
Richmond, VA, wrote the Civil War book “One Of Jackson’s Foot Cavalry, His
Experience and What He Saw During The War 1861-1865, Including a History of
"F Company," Richmond, VA, 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second
Brigade, Jackson’s Division, Second Corps, A. N. VA”, New York, The Neale
Publishing Company, 1912. He was a member of the 21st Virginia which was a part
of the Stonewall Brigade. In the preface he wrote August 1912:
“In writing my experience and what I saw during the war as one
of Jackson's "foot cavalry," it is not my intention to make a
comparison of commands, but simply to state what was seen and experienced by me.
When other commands are mentioned, it is done to give their position so that the
reader may the better understand the situation; and when I have a word of praise
for them, it is because they came under my eye. It is needless to make
comparisons between different commands of the Army of Northern Virginia. The
world never saw such courage, devotion, and patriotism as was displayed by the
men of that army, and every man in it who did his duty was a hero.
Picture from One Of Jackson’s Foot Cavalry &
Raleigh Worsham, 2000.
John Henry Worsham, an “Old F.”, in Richmond, VA, who wrote the Civil War
book “One Of Jackson’s Foot Cavalry, His Experience and What He Saw During
The War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, VA,
21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson’s Division, Second
Corps, A. N. VA”, New York, The Neale Publishing Company, 1912. He was a
member of the 21st Virginia which was a part of the Stonewall Brigade. In the
preface he wrote August 1912:
“In writing my experience and what I saw during the war as one of Jackson's
"foot cavalry," it is not my intention to make a comparison of
commands, but simply to state what was seen and experienced by me. When other
commands are mentioned, it is done to give their position so that the reader may
the better understand the situation; and when I have a word of praise for them,
it is because they came under my eye. It is needless to make comparisons between
different commands of the Army of Northern Virginia. The world never saw such
courage, devotion, and patriotism as was displayed by the men of that army, and
every man in it who did his duty was a hero.
On page 145 John wrote, “Old F Company had reached low water mark! After
Second Manassas there were only three men to answer roll call,--Malcolm L.
Hudgins, Reuben J. Jordan, and John H. Worsham. As we had no officer, we were
ordered to report to Capt. Page of Company D, and when we did so, he called us
young gentlemen, and told us we might march and camp anywhere we chose in the
regiment, reporting to him once daily, and in the event of a fight, reporting at
once; and ended by saying we might call the roll as often as we chose!”
The following are the names of the members of F Company who left for
Staunton, June 22, 1863 (page 162, we only listed officers): Captain, William A.
Pegram; Second Lieut., Reuben J. Jordan; Jr. Second Lieut., Malcolm L. Hudgins.
First Sergeant, William S. Archer; Second Sergeant, John H. Worsham; Third
Sergeant, J. Porter Wren; Fourth Sergeant, T. Walker; First Corporal, E.
Gouldman; Second Corporal, W. C. Tiney; Third Corporal, George J. Floyd; Fourth
Corporal, Henry F. Munt…”
John wrote about his service on page 316: “Worsham, John H., enlisted April
21, 1861; promoted second sergeant April, 1863; first sergeant Dec. 1863;
adjutant of 21st Va. Regt., Sept. 12, 1864; wounded at Winchester Sept. 19,
1864; permanently disabled. Worsham, Thomas R., enlisted April 21, 1861;
John provided a link to his father, Richard and his mother Clarke Goddin,
when he wrote on page 220:
“Brig. Gen. Stewart, captured; Brig. Gen. Walker
and Col. W. A. Witcher, who commanded the Second Brigade, were wounded. F
Company lost W. B. Edmunds and P. S. Richeson, wounded; and W. C. Seay died a
few hours after being wounded. While we were engaged in these battles, Sheridan
with his cavalry left Grant's army May 9, 1864, on a raid to cut Lee's
communications, and capture Richmond! On the morning of the 12th, he arrived at
Brook schoolhouse, about three and a quarter miles from Richmond on the Brook
turnpike. At that time my grandmother, the widow of Capt. John Goddin, lived on
the west side of that road two and a quarter miles from Richmond, her house
fronting south. In front of it, several hundred yards off, was a fort, situated
on the turnpike at Laburnam. On the Hermitage road was a similar fort, and they
were connected by breastworks. On the morning of the 12th grandmother got up
early to do the churning, preferring to do it herself, taking her position on
the front porch. When the butter "had come," she went to the well at
the side of the house to cool the churn dasher, and get some cold water to take
the butter up. At the same moment a squad of Yankee cavalry came around the
other side of the house, and, perceiving the churn, helped themselves to
buttermilk, and when the old lady came back she found the Yankees on the porch,
one with the churn to his lips, drinking! It made the old lady hot, and she
whacked him as hard as she could with the dasher, and said some very plain words
to the party. They ran off in a good humor, saying they would see if our
breastworks were manned. Going down a dividing fence until they reached the
Laburnam fence, they fired a few shots and at once discovered the breastworks
were manned! Running back to the house they went to the barnyard, took
possession of a mule and cart, filled the cart with corn, and drove off towards
the main body, which was at Brook schoolhouse. All at grandmother's home
lamented the loss of the fine mule and cart, but about two hours after the mule
came back with the empty cart!
That party of Yankees went nearer to Richmond than any during the war. I
should say the distance by the Brook turnpike was about two miles and one
John's brother Wellington Goddin Worsham was also in the 21st. The book is
used as a source material for several Civil War books. John's father Richard was
"born at the family's Bermuda Hundred estate in 1804."(James Noel
Worsham, 1/21/99) The entire book may be viewed at: http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/worsham/worsham.html
The following is recorded on a page of Pvt. John H. Worsham's diary of 2st
“As we returned a Yankee battery of eight guns had full play on us in the
field, and our line became a little confused; we halted, every man instantly
turned and faced the battery. As we did so, I heard a thud on my right, as if
one had been struck with a heavy fist. Looking around I saw a man at my side
standing erect, with his head off, a stream of blood spurting a foot or more
from his neck. As I turned farther around, I saw three others lying on the
ground, all killed by this cannon shot. The man standing was a captain in the
42nd Va. Regt., and his brains and blood bespattered the face and clothing of
one of my company, who was standing in the rear. This was the second time I saw
four men killed by one shot. The other occurred in the battle of Cedar Run, a
few weeks earlier. Each time the shot struck as it was descending - the first
man had his head taken off, the next was shot through the breast, the next
through the stomach, and the fourth had all his bowels torn out. ( http://www.cwartillery.org/recoll.html
- The Civil War Artillery Page - Effects of Artillery Fire - Death Four Ranks
184.108.40.206.6B.2.3.1. Bell Worsham
b abt 1872 (8-1880) m S. Edward Bates, Jr.
220.127.116.11.6B.18.104.22.168. Mildred Bates
22.214.171.124.6B.126.96.36.199. Mary Bates
188.8.131.52.6B.2.3.2. Jessie Worsham died in
184.108.40.206.6B.2.3.3. George Gibson Worsham b 26
Nov 1874 Scottsville,
Albemarle, VA. (5-1880; Nov 1874-1900; 55-1930) He m Julia
Pilcher 27 Nov 1907 Petersburg, VA. Julia b Mar 13, 1874 Covington,
Alleghany, VA d/o of Rev John Mason Pilcher & Mary Lucy DuVal. They are
on the 1910 Richmond City, Richmond, VA Census. He is age 35 & Julia is
age 36. Page 445. He d 1954 Richmond, VA & she d 13 Nov 1958 Richmond, VA. George Gibson Worsham's obit was published in the 22 Feb 1954 Washington
The following biography was written about him pp 799 & 800 of
"Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography by Lyon Gardiner Tyler, Vol V (NY:
Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915):
George Gibson Worsham, of
Richmond, is a son of John Henry and Mary Bell (Pilcher) Worsham, who had
children: 1. Bell, married S. Edward Bates, Jr., and had daughters, Mildred
and Mary. 2. Jessie, died in infancy. 3. George Gibson, of further mention. 4.
Natalie, wife of W. Wirt Henry, and mother of John W. Henry. George Gibson
Worsham is a grandson of Richard and Clark R. (Goddin) Worsham, the latter a
sister of Wellington Goddin. Mr. Worsham's father, John H. Worsham, was a
Confederate soldier, having served throughout the war until he was wounded at
Winchester in 1864. He is the author of "One of Jackson's Foot
Cavalry." Shortly after the war he went to Scottsville, where he engaged
in the milling business and operated a line of boats on the old James river
and Kanawha canal until the canal was sold to the Richmond & Alleghany
railroad, when he returned to Richmond and engaged in the insurance business.
George Gibson Worsham b November 26, 1874, at Scottsville, Virginia, and
was educated at his mother's knee and in the public schools of Richmond and
Scottsville. Mr. Worsham took to printing early in life, and earned enough to
pay for his small press and buy a bicycle before leaving school. He then went
with Joseph Bryan who shortly after acquired the "Richmond Times."
Mr. Worsham then went to New York and learned the operation of the linotype
machine, and in 1892 set up the first of these machines in this section of the
country. Mr. Worsham met the late Otmar Mergenthaler, the inventor of the
linotype in Baltimore, on his return from New York, and had him explain the
working of the wonderful machine to him.
When the "Evening Leader" was reestablished in 1896, Mr. Worsham
took charge of the mechanical department of the newspaper, and made up the
first forms of that paper, which attracted wide attention and were the first
display or modern newspaper pages made up in Virginia. In 1899 Mr. Worsham
left the "Evening Leader, and with Harvey L. Wilson, now editor of the
"Ledger-Dispatch" of Norfolk, Virginia, established the
"Richmond News," and when they sold this paper to the John L.
Williams interests Mr. Worsham formed an association with Charles A. Zincke
and they organized the "Richmond Press." This printing establishment
is one of the largest of its kind in Virginia, and occupies spacious and
convenient quarters in Richmond. Some years ago it bought from the late Dr.
Hunter McGuire's heirs the old St. Luke's Hospital building at the corner of
Ross and Governor streets, and erected upon the site the present mammoth
Richmond Press building. In 1913 Mr. Worsham acquired the Patterson tobacco
factories, at the corner of Seventh and Canal streets, and there erected the
present modern Express building.
He married, November 27, 1907, Julia
Pilcher, of Petersburg, daughter of
Rev. John Mason Pilcher, D. D. for three years president of the Baptist
General Association of Virginia, and his wife, Mary Lucy Du Val. Children:
Bell, born September 25, 1908, John Gibson, October 1, 1911; Sarah DuVal, July
220.127.116.11.6B.18.104.22.168. T. Bell Worsham b 25 Sep
1908 Richmond City, Richmond, VA. (1-1910) & d 14 Oct 1989 Richmond, VA.
22.214.171.124.6B.126.96.36.199. John Gibson Worsham b 1
Oct 1911 Richmond, VA d. 29 Nov 1998, Richmond, VA. He m. Margaret
Rue Curry b. Ginter Park, Richmond, VA.
188.8.131.52.6B.184.108.40.206.1. Lucien Curry Worsham
m. Brigitte Brady
220.127.116.11.6B.18.104.22.168.2. John Gibson Worsham m.
Charlotte Lee Schneider. The
following excerpt appeared in the Roanoke Times, Roanoke, VA 20 Sep 2002:
Blacksburg, VA., Lots of people build new houses. Gibson Worsham built an
old one. His house was completed just last winter, but you’d never know
it. It looks just as ancient as the other buildings here at Yellow Sulphur
Springs - the 200-year old mineral spring resort just outside Blacksburg.
Worsham’s abode is studded with salvage yard finds and pieces of older
buildings. Forget about vinyl siding; Worsham’s comes from poplar trees
cut down in the adjacent woods and milled in his front yard. (The siding for
his house required four trees, Worsham said; and for his nearby shed, two).
Many of the house lights are gas. Heating also is by gas; the oven and
refrigerator run on gas, too. The furniture is antique. Worsham, an
architect who has lived at the old resort intermittently since his student
years in the 1970s, said he wanted his new house to fit in. "It’s
such an extraordinary complex of buildings," explained Worsham, who
lives here with his wife and children. "All are part of an
architectural vision that you can feel when you are there....We decided to
build something that would recreate the antique spirit of the place."
22.214.171.124.6B.126.96.36.199. Sarah DuVal Worsham
b 7 Jul 1913 Richmond, VA d Oct 1900, Richmond, VA m John
H Landrum 25 Jul 1942.
188.8.131.52.6B.2.3.4. Natalia Worsham "Natalie"
b 16 Feb 1876 Albemarle, VA (4-1880; 1900) m William
The Washington Post 18 Oct 1907, p5,
Richmond, Oct 17:
"Miss Natalie Worsham and Henry William
Wirt Henry were married this afternoon in Grace Street Baptist Church.... Robert
Ferguson, of Norfolk, was best man. Little Miss Milford Bates was flower girl."
They are listed with her parents in the 1910 Richmond City,
Richmond, VA census. She is age 34 & Wm is age 34. William Wirt Henry was b 11
Dec 1875 in Richmond, Henrico, VA, the son of Amos K Henry b abt 1836 of Richmond, VA &
Amos d 31 Mar 1902 Richmond, VA. Amos was the s/o William Henry b abt 1812
Richmond, VA & Mary S. Bishop b abt 1814 VA. Sandy Satterwhite, 2009, reported she
found the grave of Natalie Worsham Henry (1876-1939), wife of William Wirt Henry
(1875-1948) in Hollywood Cemetery.
184.108.40.206.6B.220.127.116.11. John Worsham Henry b abt 1908 of
Goddin Worsham b 11 Jun 1843 Henrico, VA, d 4 Dec 1910 & bur Hollywood
Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Picture of grave furnished by
Sandy Satterwhite, 2005. He was
in the 21st Virginia which was a part of the Stonewall Brigade.
"Wellington's brother's book "One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry,"
states (p 182) that Wellington participated in General Lee's last offensive
effort, an attempt to break out from the Appomattox Courthouse area, lead by
General Gordon. Wellington was also a member of the 21st Virginia Infantry,
along with his brother, John Henry, who was recuperating in Richmond. Wellington
surrendered with General Lee." (Jim Worsham, 2002)
Ann Worsham b abt 1724 m Francis
Dison. A copy of her family bible is in the VA State Library,
Richmond, VA: #25289, Worsham Family Bible Record 1727-1812: The Bible dtd 1663
London printed for the Company of Stationers. Writings include:
Ann Dison her
book Mar 26, 1766 (or 1768), George Worsham (grandfather) died July 1727, Mary
Worsham (grandmother) died February 28 1737, Daniel Worsham (brother), William
Dison b. Apr 15, 1747? (son), Anne Worsham born Apr (herself), Thomas Worsham
(may be nephew, son of William), Mary Gill (daughter), Harriet Biron Rowlett was
born October the 5th 1812 (probably descendant of sister Frances),
Alpheus Asia Rowlolett was born July the 13th 1810 (probably
descendant of sister Frances), Rachel Dison (unknown), Francis Dison died June?
2 dy of the year 1781.