About Hannah Elizabeth Stapleton (Worthington)
Charles Worthington and Rachel Cartright were married September 18, 1834.
He is a native of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where he was born in 1813.
He came to Lawrence County in 1836. Mrs. Worthington was born in the same
county and state as her husband in the year 1815.
James and Nancy (McGraw) Worthington, both of whom are deceased, were the
parents of the subject of this sketch. The parents of Mrs. Worthington were
Moses and Hannah (McAlister) Cartright. They are both deceased.
The following are Mr. Worthington¹s children: Nancy (Austin), born October
18, 1835; Alexander, September 30, 1837; Hannah (Stapleton), November 1,
1839; William, June 29, 1842; Sarah Ann (Clinefelter), March 3, 1844; James
K. February 3, 1846; Theodore R., January 22, 1848; Mary J. (Haines)
November 17, 1849; Harriet D. (Smith), June 30, 1852; Charles B., September
Mr. Worthington and three of his sons were in the war of the rebellion. He
served himself in the quartermaster¹s department. John W. enlisted in 1861
and served to the close of the war. William enlisted in 1862 in the 91st
Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged at the close of the war. James
K. enlisted in 1863 and was discharged in 1865. Mr. Worthington is a farmer,
residing on section 14, Elizabeth Township. His address is Kelley¹s Mill,
Lawrence County, Ohio.
Hannah Stapleton's Timeline
November 1, 1839
Ohio, United States
April 9, 1862
Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States
April 19, 1883
Hanging Rock, Lawrence, Ohio, United States
May 4, 1926
Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama, United States