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James Frederick Hayworth, Sr

Birthplace: Solebury, Bucks, PA, USA
Death: Died in Hopewell, Prince George Co., Va
Place of Burial: Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Haworth and Sarah Mary Hall
Husband of Sarah Mary Haworth, Ruble
Father of Jemima Inman; Richard H Haworth; Jeremiah Haworth; Jemima Wright; George H. Haworth and 3 others
Brother of Infant Haworth (b/d. 1711); Stephanus Haworth; Rachel Virginia Haworth; Absalom Haworth, Jr.; John Or George Haworth and 2 others
Half brother of David Hall; Margery Warner; Mathew Mahlon Hall and Sarah Pearson

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About James Frederick Hayworth, Sr


James Frederick Haworth

Birth: Oct. 10, 1719 Solebury Bucks County Pennsylvania, USA

Death: Oct. 10, 1757 Frederick County Virginia, USA

Son of George E. & Sarah Scarborough Haworth, husband of Sarah Wood. James was born 10/10/1719 on his father's farm, Solebury Township, Bucks Co, PA, died 10 Oct 1757 about the time his family was driven off their farm by Indians, near Hopewell, Frederick Co, VA. His estate was appraised 30 April 1759. James married Sarah Wood, on 3 Nov 1743 at Smith River Meeting, Frederick Co. (this meeting was mentioned in 1738 by James' uncle Robert Scarborough, but the records are lost.) Sarah was possibly a dau of James Wood although her parentage has never been proven. She was born 11 Nov 1720, died 20 June 1769.

James was a member of Buckingham MM, Bucks Co, PA, and on 6/6/1739 removed to Hopewell MM, VA. He settled near his brothers Stephanus and Absalom and uncle Robert Scarborough, on Apple Pie Ridge about 5 miles north of Winchester. This was the area that suffered from Indian depredations in 1756/57; although no Friends were killed, many lost their livestock, including "Sarah Haworth widow" who received 3 of the 35 pounds sent for relief by the Philadelphia QM" (Hopewell Friends History). In Nov 1752 James had 227 acres on both sides of Great Spring Branch of Back Creek and North Mountain, in Frederick County. A widow with six young children, Sarah married Peter Ruble in 1759 and was disowned at Hopewell 24 Dec 1759. In Feb 1768 Sarah Ruble, with husband and Haworth children removed to Bush River MM, Newberry Co, S.C. where she died the next year. 

Family links:

 George H. Haworth (1749 - 1837)*

Burial: Hopewell Friends Burial Ground Clear Brook Frederick County Virginia, USA

Created by: Kathy Merris Mills Record added: Mar 25, 2004 Find A Grave Memorial# 8557934

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James Frederick Hayworth, Sr's Timeline

Solebury, Bucks, PA, USA
March 10, 1720
Age 1
Newberry Dist,Newberry,South Carolina,USA
June 30, 1744
Age 25
Hopewell, Frederick, VA, USA
June 20, 1748
Age 29
Hopewell, Frederick County, Province of Virginia
June 20, 1748
Age 29
December 28, 1749
Age 30
Apple Pie Ridge, Frederick, Virginia, United States
January 2, 1752
Age 33
Hopewell, Frederick, Virginia
March 24, 1754
Age 35
Hopewell, Frederick, Virginia, United States
March 12, 1756
Age 37
Hopewell, Prince George, VA, USA