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1. David1 Worrell, born, c1740, in Craven, North Carolina; died before Jan 1789, in Wayne North Carolina. He married Sarah Boyt. *Notes for David Worrell David Worrell paid taxes in Dobbs (later Wayne County), in 1779 (North Carolina Taxpayers, 1761-1786, Compiled by Clarence r. Ratcliff) Wayne County Tax List, 1786: David Worrell - 450 A - 2-0 (The North Carolinian, Volume 8) David Worrell received a land grant in 1767 which he left to his son, James Worrell, who in turn left the land to his son, Jesse Worrell. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, p. 40) Children of David Worrell and Sarah Boyt were as follows: 2 i Esther2 Worrell, born, c1758, in Dobbs, North Carolina. + 3 ii James2 Worrell, born, 1760, in Dobbs, North Carolina. He married unknown. + 4 iii John2 Worrell, born, c1762, in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Prissilla (---). + 5 iv William2 Worrell, born in North Carolina. He married unknown. 6 v Sarah2 Worrell, born in Dobbs, North Carolina. Generation 2 3. James2 Worrell (David1), born, 1760, in Dobbs, North Carolina; died, 1838, in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Nancy ?. *Notes for James Worrell (Excerpted from The North Carolina Continentals, by Hugh F. Rankin, The University of North CArolina Press, 1971): James Worrell was a member of Thomas Williams' Company of the Dobbs County Militia. This militia fought at the famous battle of Moore's Creek in February of 1776 in the preludes to the Revolutionary War. Moore's Creek is located Pender County, North Carolina. This battlefield is now a national park maintained by the United States National Park Service. The Moore's Creek Bridge Campaign, viewed from a perspective of nearly 200 years assumes greater importance than in 1776. Had the loyalists reached the sea, it is not unreasonable to suppose that their ranks would have been swelled considerably by the Tories of the coastal areas. If a junction had been made with Governor Martin, and arms in sufficient number acquired, large numbers of loyalists and Regulators would have flocked to the royal standard. Time, terrain, the sea, Richard Caswell, and James Moore, all, cooperated to frustrate Tory hopes. One of the intangibles fell on the negative side. The success of the militia in this engagement so raised the appreciation of the occasional soldier that North Carolina consistently fell short of her quota of troops for the Continental Line throughout the remaining years of the American Revolution. Perhaps the most positive result of the victory was that it possibly played a significant role in North Carolina's decision, on April 12, 1776, to instruct her delegates in the Continental Congress "to concur with the delegates of the other colonies in declaring independency...." As early as April 5, Samuel Johnston had suggested this when he wrote from Halifax that "all our people here are up for Independence." (The following article is printed from Historic Wayne County, North Carolina under Early Wayne Buildings, 1975). On August 17, 1833, the court appropriated funds that the Wardens of the Poor could erect a "Poor House". Previously monies had been dispensed in many places to accomplish this end. This was obviously the first poor house in the county. Thomas Horn was Warden of the Poor and his committee was composed of some of the best known men in the county: Mark Pike, Waitman Thompson, Soloman Pope, Raiford Whitley, James F. Kornegay and Silas Cox, who acted as clerk. The wheels of government worked slowly even then. On August 20, 1834, the wardens had selected a site. Jonathan Pike, a prominent Quaker and brother of Nathan Pike for whom Pikeville was named, had been elected to head the committee and he, on their behalf, purchased from James and Isaac Worrel, "two hundred and ten acres of land situated in the neighborhood of Stoney Hill..." The price was $300 and provided for the support of James Worrel and his wife, during their natural lives. Worrell was 74 years old at the time. (More in file) Wayne County Will and Estate Records list James Worrell's estate probated in 1838. This would indicate that he died only five years after selling the above land to the county. 1786 Wayne County, North Carolina Tax List: James Worrell, 1 1790 Census, Wayne County, North Carolina list: James Worrell with 1 male over 16; 3 males under 16 and one female James Worrell, deed of gift to his son, Jesse Worrell, for land formerly granted by patent to David Worrell bearing date, 1767 and conveyed from him by deed to said James World, 17 Jul 1799 (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, page 40) 18 Aug 1827, James Worrell deed of gift to his son, Isaac. Children of James Worrell were as follows: 7 i Jesse3 Worrell, born 1778 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Sarah Hooks, born in North Carolina. William Hooks, Senr., deed of gift to his son-in-law and daughter, Jesse Worrell and Sarah, his wife, witnessed by Blake Hooks, 2 Oct 1811. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832 by Joseph W. Watson, page 107) + 8 ii Needham3 Worrell, born c1786 in North Carolina. He married (1) Mary (Polly) Alford. He married (2) Jinnitt Hanley (Widow). + 9 iii John3 Worrell, born in Dobbs, Tennessee. He married unknown. 10 iv Isaac3 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. Kinfolks of Wayne County, NC: Page 209, James Worrell deed of gift to his son, Isaac Worrell, Aug. 18, 1827 4. John2 Worrell (David1), born c1762 in Wayne, North Carolina; died c1788 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Prissilla (---). *Notes for John Worrell Wayne County, North Carolina 1786 Tax List: John Worrell - 275 A, 0-0 (The North Carolinian, Volume 8). Children of John Worrell and Prissilla (---) were as follows: 11 i Benjamin3 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. + 12 ii Richard3 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Howell. 13 iii William3 Worrell, born in Wayne, Tennessee. 5. William2 Worrell (David1), born in North Carolina. He married unknown. *Notes for William Worrell Wayne County, North Carolina Tax List, 1786: William Worrell, 426 A -1-0 (The North Carolinian, Volume 8) William Worrell sold land, witnessed by David Worrell, 7 Apr 1784. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 12) William Worrell, deed of gift to his son-in-law, John Dunn, and wife, Edea Dunn, and grandson, Lawrence Dunn, 17 Jul 1802. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, page 54) William Worrell and John Dunn deed of gift to Stephen Worrell, no date, Registered at August Court, 1805. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 72) Children of William Worrell were as follows: + 14 i Samson3 Worrell, born in North Carolina. He married unknown. Generation 3 8. Needham3 Worrell (James2, David1), born c1786 in North Carolina; died aft. 1860 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married (1) Mary (Polly) Alford, born c1790 in North Carolina. He married (2) Jinnitt Hanley (Widow), born 1812 in Wayne, North Carolina. *Notes for Needham Worrell Needham Worrell, deed to Robert Hooks, witnessed by Wm. Hooks and Jesse Worrell, 21 May 1815 (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832 by Joseph W. Watson, page 131). Lodwick Alford, Jethro Thompson and wife, Pearcey Thompson, Needham Worrell and wife, Polly Worrell, deed to John Worrell, 20 May 1816 (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 133). Needham Worrell, deed to John Hooks, witnessed by Lovered Hooks, 5 Jan 1825 (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 193-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 190). 1820 Census of Wayne County, North Carolina shows Needham Worrell with 3 males ages 0-10; 1 male age 10-16; 1 male age 26-45; 2 females 0-10; 1 female 16-26. 1850 Census of Wayne County, North Carolina list: 1052-1052, Needham Worrell, age 61, Farmer, 2000, born in NC; Jinnitt Worrell, age 38, born in North Carolina; Martha Worrell, age 3, born in NC; Needham, age 1, born in NC; Josephus Hanley, age 13, born in NC; and Melvina Hanley, age 11, born in NC. Isaac Worrell, age 55, was living next door (1051-1051). He was born in NC, and was a farmer. His wife, Barbara, age 45, born in NC; Martha, age 18, born in NC; Robert, age 14, born in NC; Temperance, age 12, born in NC; Mary, age 10, born in NC; and Elizabeth, age 8, born in NC. Beside Isaac Worrell was James Worrell, age 34, born in NC; and Emely W. Worrell, age 27, born in NC. 1860 Census of Wayne County, shows household, 481-443, Needham Worrell, age 74, Farmer, $5000, $24665, born in NC; Jenny Worrell, age 49, born in NC; Martha Worrell, age 12, born in NC; Franklin Worrell, age 11, born in NC. 1849 Wayne County, North Carolina Elections Records shows Needham Worrell, Isiah Worrell, C. Worrell, and James Worrell voting in the Stoney Creek District 12-575. 5 Aug 1825 Henry Roberts of Wayne County, NC to Needham Worrell of Wayne for $1400, 240 acres on East side of Reedy Swamp Witnesses: Isaac Thompson and Nelson Edwards. Children of Needham Worrell and Mary (Polly) Alford were as follows: + 15 i Warren4 Worrell, born 1813 in North Carolina. He married Serena (---). + 16 ii Alfred4 Worrell, born c1814 in North Carolina. He married Harriet H.D. Crain. + 17 iii Sarah4 Worrell, born c1816 in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Major Gardner. 18 iv Martha4 Worrell, born c1818 in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Alexander Hamilton. + 19 v James4 Worrell, born 1820 in North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Worrel. + 20 vi Isaiah4 Worrell, born 1828 in Wayne, Tennessee. He married Mary A. (---). Children of Needham Worrell and Jinnitt Hanley (Widow) were as follows: 21 i Martha4 Worrell, born 1847 in Wayne, North Carolina. 22 ii Franklin4 Worrell, born 1849 in Wayne, Tennessee. 9. John3 Worrell (James2, David1), born in Dobbs, Tennessee; died 1825 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married unknown. *Notes for John Worrell: Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina: Page 193, Division of lands of John Worrell, deceased, by commissioners among the heirs agreeable to his will, namely, John Worrell who drew one half and the remainder was divided into four lots for Polly Bradbury, Elizabeth Davis, Charity Worrell, and Penny Davis, March 22, 1825. Children of John Worrell were as follows: 23 i John4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 24 ii Polly4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Bradbury. 25 iii Elizabeth4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Davis. 26 iv Charity4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 27 v Penny4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Davis. 12. Richard3 Worrell (John2, David1), born in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Howell. *Notes for Richard Worrell: Wayne County, North Carolina Tax List 1786: Richard Worrell, 375 A, 1-1 (The North Carolinian, Volume 8). Richard Worrell and wife, Elizabeth Worrell, deed to George Herring for her one-seventh part of the lands that descended to her as one of the heirs of Admiral Howell, deceased, which was allotted to his widow, Sarah Howell, as her dower, 3 Apr 1816. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 132). Richard Worrell deed to Charlotte Persons of Wayne Co., "Indianna" and Needham Howell, Woodard Howell, Pearcy Munden, Elizabeth Worrell, Joshua Howell and Morris Howell, all of Wayne County, North Carolina; Sarah Howell was the widow of Admiral Howell, deceased, 31 Apr 1809. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 142). Richard Worrell and wife, Elizabeth Worrell, deed to Woodard Howell for a certain tract of land alloted to said Elizabeth out of the lands of her father, Daniel Howell, deceased, 16 Feb 1825 (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 189). Children of Richard Worrell and Elizabeth Howell were as follows: 28 i Isaih4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 29 ii Richard4 Worrell (Jr.), born in Wayne, North Carolina. Richard Worrell deed to Nathan Pike for land, willed to him by his father, Richard Worrell, Senr., deceased, witnessed by Mark Pike, 19 Sep 1817. (Kinfolks of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1793-1832, by Joseph W. Watson, page 142) 30 iii Sally4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 31 iv Nancy4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Caroliana. 14. Samson3 Worrell (William2, David1), born in North Carolina. He married unknown. *Notes for Samson Worrell: 27 Dec 1822, Division of the lands of Samson Worrell, deceased, by commission among the lawful heirs, namely, James Worrell, the heirs of Edith Dunn, (Bedy, Benjamin, Martha, Acrex, Polly, Anne, and Sir John Dunn), Stephen Worrell, Airess Worrell, and Alexander Worrell Children of Samson Worrell were as follows: 32 i James4 Worrell, born in North Carolina. + 33 ii Edith4 Worrell, born in North Carolina. She married Dunn. 34 iii Stephen4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 2 Jan 1804, Stephen Worrell purchased land. Witnessed by William Sherrard Aug 1805, William Worrell and John Dunn deed of gift to Stephen Worrell 21 May 1805, Stephen Worrell deed to William Worrell 30 Dec 1822, Stephen Worrell and wife, Sally Dew Worrell, of Jefferson County, Georgia deed to Jonathan Pike for three shares out of a total of seven which belonged to said Stephen Worrell and wife; Sally Worrell; Jesse Pitman and wife, Leah Pittman; and Needham Alford and wife, Avey Alford, sold by power of attorney and being the land left by the will of David Lofley, deceased to his son, John Lofley, who died in his minor age, situtated in Wayne County, North Carolina 35 iv Airess4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. 36 v Alexander4 Worrell, born in Wayne, North Carolina. Generation 4 15. Warren4 Worrell (Needham3, James2, David1), born 1813 in North Carolina. He married Serena (---), born 1810 in North Carolina. *Notes for Warren Worrell: 1850 Census, Obion County, Tennessee, District #7: Warren World, age 36 M, born in North Carolina; Serena World, age 40 F, born in North Carolina; Polly World, age 16 F, born in North Carolina; William World, age 14 M, born in North Carolina; Thomas World, age 3 M, born in North Carolina. Children of Warren Worrell and Serena (---) were as follows: 37 i Polly Ann5 Worrell, born 1836 in North Carolina. She married on 18 Feb 1852 in Obion, Tennessee, William Pinon. 18 Feb 1852, page 130, William Pinon to Polly Ann Worlds, Issued 17 Feb 1852; solomized 18 Feb 1852; Surety, Thomas W. Sowell; Officiant, J. L. Moultrie. (Obion Co, Tn. Marriage Records, 1824-1877, Compiled by Grace Gray and Carolyn Stricklin for Reelfoot Chapter DAR, Union City, Tn. 1978) + 38 ii William5 Worrell, born 1838 in North Carolina. He married Mary C. Guthrie (Widow). 39 iii John5 Worrell, born 1841 in Tennessee; died 1861 in Andersonville Prison, South Carolina. 17th Tennessee Calvary, USA 40 iv Thomas5 Worrell, born 1847 in Tennessee. 41 v Hardy H.5 Worrell, born in Carroll, Tennessee; died in Andersonville Prison, South Carolina. 17th Tennessee Calvary, USA 16. Alfred4 Worrell (Needham3, James2, David1), born c1814 in North Carolina; died in Gibson, Tennessee; buried in Cool Springs Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee. He married on 22 Oct 1837 in Obion, Tennessee, Harriet H.D. Crain, born c1815 in Stewart, Tennessee; died in Gibson, Tennessee; buried in Cool Springs Cemetery, Gibson, Tennesseel, daughter of Lewis B. Crain. *Notes for Alfred Worrell: Obion county, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1824-1877, page 23 lists the following: Alfred Worrell to Harriet H. D. Crain, Issued 16 Oct 1837; solomized, 23 Oct 1837. Surety, Thomas Boytt; Officiant, A. Harget, 1840 Census of Gibson County, Tennessee list Alfred Warrin next to Stephen Tilman and having 1 male child under 5 and 1 female child under 5. This would have been Mary and Needham. Alfred Warrin is between 20 and 30 years of age and Harriet, his wife, was between 20 and 30. In the 1850 Census of Gibson county, Tennessee, Eliji Boytt (age 38, born in NC) is listed as Farmer #1542, Alfred Worrell (age 36, born in NC) farmer #1543, and Eli Tilghman (age 32, born in SC) is listed as farmer #1544. Eliji Boytt married Susan Crain, Alfred Worrell married Harriet Crain, and Eli Tilghman married Nancy Crain, all sisters, and daughters of Lewis B. Crain. As indicated on the marriage license of Nancy Crain and Eli Tilghman, Alfred Worrell, bondsman, could write his name. He was born in North Carolina and was in Tennessee by 1837 when he married. 1870 Census, District #11, Kenton Station, Obion County, TN: Household 31-31 Worl, Alfred 55 M Farmer, born in North Carolina; Harriet Worl, 55 F, born in Tennessee; Elizabeth Worl, 23 F, born in Tennessee; George W. Worl, 16; born in Tennessee; Hiram P. Worl, 14, born in Tennessee; John W. 12, born in Tennessee. *Notes for Harriet H.D. Crain Harriet H. D. Crain was the daughter of Lewis B. Crain who died at an early age in Obion County, Tennessee. His father was John Crain, who fought in the Revolutionary war in the Christian Campaign in Upper East Tennessee, in two engagements with the Indians. Immediately after the campaigns, John Crain joined Col. John Montgomery and other volunteers to go to the aid of Col. George Rogers Clarks in his campaigns in the Upper Ohio Valley. Children of Alfred Worrell and Harriet H.D. Crain were as follows: + 42 i Mary5 Worrell, born 1837 in Obion, Tennessee. She married Nathan N. Garrison. 43 ii Needham Benjamin5 Worrell, born 1839 in Obion, Tennessee; died 7 Apr 1862 in Shiloh Battlefield, Tennessee; buried in Shiloh Battlefield Cemetery, Tennessee. Pvt. Co. "H", 47 Tennessee Infantry Regiment, killed at Shiloh during the Civil War. 44 iii Isaac Frank5 Worrell, born 1842 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Nancy J. Searcy, born 1848 in Indiana. Isaac Frank Worrell is listed as a Pvt. H. Co. 47th Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. In the 1870 Census of Obion County, Tennessee, District #8, Kenton Station, there is a Franklin Worl, age 28, Farmer, born in Tennessee. His wife is listed as Nancy J., born in Indiana, age 22. Living in the next household is a Sarah Searcy, age 45, property value, born in Kentucky. In her household are: Allen, 21, farmer, born in Indiana; Mary, age 18, born in Indiana; and Catherine, age 8, born in Tennessee. I believe Franklin Worel married into this household. + 45 iv William H.5 Worrell, born 1844 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Jane Morrow. + 46 v Elizabeth5 Worrell, born 1845 in Obion, Tennessee. She married E. Todd Baldridge. 47 vi Lewis J.5 Worrell, born 1847 in Obion, Tennessee. He married on 19 Oct 1871 in Obion, Tennessee, Martha J. Jackson. 1870 Census of Obion County, Tennessee, District #8, Kenton Station lists Louis Worril, age 23, Farmer, living in the household of W. B. Boyette, age 40, and his wife, Nancy L. Dr. W. B. and Mahuldah Boyette are aunt and uncle of Lewis Worrell. Obion county, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1824-1877, compiled by Reelfoot Page. 350: L. J. Worrell to Martha J. Jackson; issued 17 Oct 1871;solomized 19 Oct 1871. Surety: N. N. Garrison; Officiant, J. H. 48 vii Baptist5 Worrell, born 1849 in Obion, Tennessee; died 1849 in Gibson, Tennessee. + 49 viii James Harvey5 Worrell, born 28 Sep 1851 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Martha Caroline Evans. + 50 ix George W.5 Worrell, born 1852 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Jennie W. (---). + 51 x Hiram Parker5 Worrell, born 9 Jun 1854 in Gibson, Tennessee. He married Levy Elizabeth Norton. 52 xi John Asa5 Worrell, born c1856 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Unmarried (---). Traveling Candy Salesman. Home in Paudcah, Kentucky. 17. Sarah4 Worrell (Needham3, James2, David1), born c1816 in Wayne, North Carolina. She married Major Gardner, born c1813 in Wayne, North Carolina. *Notes for Major Gardner: 1850 Census, Hope Hill, District #1, Carroll County, Tennessee: 116-116 Major Gardner, age 37, born in North Carolina; Sarah Gardner, age 32, born in North Carolina; Willoughby Gardner, age 16, born in North Carolina; John R. Gardner, age 14, born in North Carolina; Calvin R. Gardner, age 12, born in Tennessee; Martha A. Gardner, age 7, born in Tennessee; Mary I. Gardner, age 5, born in Tennessee; Jesse G. Gardner, age 2, born in Tennessee 1860 Census, Hope Hill, District #1, Hope Hill, Gibson County, Tennessee: 61-61 Major Gardner, age 47, born in North Carolina; Sarah Gardner, age 42, born in North Carolina; John Gardner, age 23, born in North Carolina; Mary Gardner, age 15, born in Tennessee; Jesse Gardner, age 12, born in Tennessee; Hugh Gardner, age 9, born in Tennessee. Children of Sarah Worrell and Major Gardner were as follows: + 53 i Willoughby5 Gardner, born 1834 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Mary J. Fenwell. + 54 ii John R.5 Gardner, born 1836 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married unknown. 55 iii Calvin R.5 Gardner, born 1838 in Tennessee. 56 iv Martha A.5 Gardner, born 1843 in Tennessee. She married in 1859 in Gibson, Tennessee, George H. West. 57 v Mary I.5 Gardner, born 1845 in Tennessee. + 58 vi Jesse G.5 Gardner, born 1848 in Tennessee. He married Susan W. (---). + 59 vii Hugh5 Gardner, born 1851 in Tennessee. He married Nancy J. West. 19. James4 Worrell (Needham3, James2, David1), born 1820 in North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Worrel, born 1834 in Tennessee. *Notes for James Worrell: 1860 Census Gibson County, Tennessee, District 10, Kenton; 1523 1545 James Worel, age 40 M, born in North Carolina; Elizabeth Worel, age 21 F, born in North Carolina; June Worel, age 2, female, born in Tennessee Children of James Worrell and Elizabeth Worrel were as follows: 60 i June5 Worrell, born 1858 in Gibson, Tennessee. 61 ii Jackson5 Worrell, born 1862 in Tennessee. 1880 Census, Obion County, Tennessee lists Jackson Worel, age 18, born in Tennessee, living in household of William Coram. 20. Isaiah4 Worrell (Needham3, James2, David1), born 1828 in Wayne, Tennessee. He married Mary A. (---), born 1837 in Wayne, North Carolina. *Notes for Isaiah Worrell: 1860 Census, Wayne County, North Carolina list: 429-395: Isiah Worrell, age 32, farmer, 1000, 180, living in Stoney Creek District. Children of Isaiah Worrell and Mary A. (---) were as follows: 62 i Bardin5 Worrell, born 1851 in Wayne, Norh Carolina. 63 ii Henry5 Worrell, born 1855 in Wayne, North Carolina. 33. Edith4 Worrell (Samson3, William2, David1), born in North Carolina. She married Dunn. Children of Edith Worrell and Dunn were as follows: 64 i Bedy5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 65 ii Benjamin5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 66 iii Martha5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 67 iv Acrex5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 68 v Polly5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 69 vi Anne5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. 70 vii Sir John5 Dunn, born in North Carolina. Generation 5 38. William5 Worrell (Warren4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1838 in North Carolina. He married Mary C. Guthrie (Widow), born 1835 in Tennessee. *Notes for William Worrell: Served in Civil War: Pvt. 33rd Tennessee Infantry, Co. I 4 Oct 1855 Page, 168, William Worrell to Mary C. Guthrie, Issued 4 October 1866; solomized 4 Oct 1855. Surety: James Autrey; Officiant, J. Harslip, J.P. (Obion Co, Tn. Marriage Records, 1824-1877, Compiled by Grace Gray and Carolyn Stricklin for Reelfoot Chapter DAR, Union City, Tn. 1978_1860 Census, Obion County, Tennessee, District #12 list the following: Wm. Wirrel, age 24, born in North Carolina; M. E. Wirrel, age 25, born in Tennessee; S. A. Guthrie, age 19, born in Tennessee. 1880 Census, Dist #12, Obion County, Tennessee list the following: W. L. World, age 45, born in North Carolina; Mary World, age 45, born in Tennessee: Rosannah B. World, age 14, born in Tennessee; Andrew J. Guthrey, age 7, born in Tennessee; W. F. Elder, age 12, born in Tennessee. Children of William Worrell and Mary C. Guthrie (Widow) were as follows: 71 i Rosannah B.6 Worrell, born 1866 in Tennessee. 42. Mary5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1837 in Obion, Tennessee. She married on 15 Sep 1867 in Obion, Tennessee, Nathan N. Garrison, born 1850 in Obion, Tennessee. *Notes for Nathan N. Garrison: According to the 1870 Census of Gibson County, Tennessee, Nathan N. Garrison was a Saddler Maker. Mary Worrell is listed as age 29. They had Cora Ann, age 1; Rebecca, age 7 mos. 1880 Census, Obion County, Tennessee, District 8, Town of Kenton lists: Nathan Garrison, age 32, born in Tennessee, Saddle Maker; Laura Garrison, age 24, born in Tennessee; Clara Garrison, age 11, born in Tennessee; Dora Garrison, age 10, born in Tennessee; Mollie Garrison, age 7, born in Tennessee; George Boston, age 21, brother-in-law. Children of Mary Worrell and Nathan N. Garrison were as follows: 72 i Cora Ann6 Garrison, born 1869 in Obion, Tennessee. 73 ii Rebecca6 Garrison, born c1870 in Obion, Tennessee. 74 iii Mollie6 Garrison, born 1873 in Obion, Tennessee. 45. William H.5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1844 in Obion, Tennessee. He married on 17 Oct 1865 in Gibson, Tennessee, Elizabeth Jane Morrow, born c1846. *Notes for William H. Worrell: Obion county, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1824-1877, compiled by Reelfoot Lake DAR, page 290: W. H. Worrell to L. J. Morrow, Solomized 17 Oct 1865. 1880 Census, Obion County, District #11: Worel, William, age 22, born in Tennessee; Eliza Worel, age 22, born in Tennessee; Williamson Worl, age 9, born in Tennessee; George Worl, age 5, born in Tennessee; John Asa Worl, age 3, born in Tennessee Children of William H. Worrell and Elizabeth Jane Morrow were as follows: 75 i William6 Worrell, born 1872 in Gibson, Tennessee. There is a William Worlds listed in 1900 Census living in Trenton, Gibson County, Tennessee, 28 years old, born Mar 1872. Four boarders listed living with him. No other family. 76 ii George Lee6 Worrell, born 30 Jun 1876 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 3 Apr 1951 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee; buried in Rutherford Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee. 1920 Census, Gibson County, Tennessee, Rutherford Town list the following: George Worrelle, age 42, born in Tennessee; Becky Worrelle, age 33, born in Tennessee; Freeman A. Worrelle, age 15, born in Tennessee; Presley, age 12, born in Tennessee; Venthal Worrelle, age 9, born in Tennessee; William J. Worrelle, age 5, born in Tennessee; George Worrelle, Jr., age 2 months, born in TennesseeCemetery Records of Gibson Co., Tennessee, Vol II, p. 479. 77 iii John Asa6 Worrell, born 1877 in Gibson, Tennessee. There is a John A. Worrell listed in 1900 Census of Tennessee living in Dist. 9, Obion County, as follows: John A., Aug 1850, 41,born in Tennessee; wife, Louiza, b. Aug 1860, 39, born in Tennessee;John, Nov 1884, son, born in TN; Doss, Apr 1888, son, born in TN';George, Jan 1891, born in TN; Wilford, Sep 1897, born in 78 iv Phillip L. (Tip)6 Worrell, born 1880 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 1965 in Gibson, Tennessee; buried in Cool Springs CPC Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee. Cemetery Records of Gibson Co., Tennessee, Vol I. 79 v May6 Worrell 80 vi Della6 Worrell, born in Gibson, Tennessee. 81 vii Mattie6 Worrell, born 19 Aug 1890 in Obion, Tennessee; died May 1972 in Union City, Obion, Tennessee. 82 viii Edward Young6 Worrell, born 1892 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 15 Mar 1949 in Gibson, Tennessee; buried in Cool Springs CPC Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee. 1930 Census, Dyer Couty, Tennessee: Ed Y. Worrell, age 37,born in Tennessee; Eweld Worrell, age 38, born in Tennessee; Mozelle Worrell, age 16, born in Tennessee; Harry Worrell, age 12, born in Tennessee; Edna M. Worrell, age 8, born in Tennessee; James Worrell, age 5, born in Tennessee; Howard Worrell, age 2, born in Tennessee. 46. Elizabeth5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1845 in Obion, Tennessee; died 1915 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. She married on 26 Sep 1883 in Gibson, Tennessee, E. Todd Baldridge, born 1844 in Rutherford, Tennessee; died 1920 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. *Notes for Elizabeth Worrell: Moved to Crockett County. Her brother, Hiram Parker Worrell, and his family, followed. Children of Elizabeth Worrell and E. Todd Baldridge were as follows: 83 i Hattie6 Baldridge, born 1886 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 1919 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 84 ii Dora6 Baldridge 49. James Harvey5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 28 Sep 1851 in Obion, Tennessee; died 1 Oct 1933. He married Martha Caroline Evans, born 13 Feb 1860 in Ash Flat, , Arkansas; died 1 Sep 1937. *Notes for James Harvey Worrell: James Worel, age 19, Laborer, is found in the 1870 Cenusus of Obion County, Tennessee, District #8, living in the household of J. E. Boyette, 33, Farmer. Children of James Harvey Worrell and Martha Caroline Evans were as follows: 85 i Dela Elizabeth6 Worrell, born 19 Sep 1879 in Tennessee; died 1889. 86 ii Nancy Emily6 Worrell, born 4 May 1881 in Sharp, Arkansas; died 10 Jun 1970; buried in Walker Cemetery, , Arkansas. 87 iii Sanford Lee6 Worrell, born 14 Mar 1884 in Oregon, Missouri; died 1904. 88 iv Mary Bell6 Worrell, born 5 Mar 1886 in Oregon, Missouri; died 1974. 89 v Millie Louisa6 Worrell, born 1 Dec 1887 in Oregon, Missouri; died 10 Jun 1963; buried in Myrtle Cemetery, Oregan, Missouri. 90 vi John Wesley6 Worel, born 15 Dec 1889 in Oregon, Missouri; died 1 Nov 1934. 91 vii Minnie Ann6 Worel, born 11 Mar 1891 in Oregon, Missouri; died 27 Oct 1980. 92 viii Robert Alfred6 Worel, born 7 Feb 1894 in Oregon, Missouri; died 9 Jun 1983; buried in Thayer Cemetery. 93 ix Pearl Mae6 Worel, born 20 May 1896 in Oregon, Missouri; died 1 Mar 1969. 94 x Delsa Gertrude6 Worel, born 26 Feb 1899 in Oregon, Missouri; died 29 Nov 1990. 95 xi James Louis6 Worel, born 30 Jan 1903 in Oregon, Missouri; died 5 Aug 1934. 50. George W.5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1852 in Obion, Tennessee. He married Jennie W. (---), born 1862 in Tennessee. Children of George W. Worrell and Jennie W. (---) were as follows: 96 i Ethel V.6 Worrell, born 1876 in Tennessee. 97 ii Chesley6 Worrell, born Jan 1889 in Gibson, Tennessee. According to Maude Worrell Nolen, Chesley Worrell owned a Jewelry store in Obion for a while and then left and went to New Orleans. 1900 Census, Gibson County, Dist. #10 listed as stepson in householdof Marion F. Rutledge. 98 iii Beatry6 Worrell, born Jun 1893 in Gibson, Tennessee. Listed in 1900 Census, Gibson county, Dist. #10 as stepdaughterin household of Marian T. Rutledge. 99 iv Iva D.6 Worrell, born Aug 1897 in Obion, Tennessee. Listed in 1900 Census, Gibson county, Dist. #10 as stepson inhousehold of Marian F. Rutledge 51. Hiram Parker5 Worrell (Alfred4, Needham3, James2, David1), born 9 Jun 1854 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 8 Jan 1922 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried 10 Jan 1922 in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. He married on 8 Jan 1884 in Gibson, Tennessee, Levy Elizabeth Norton, born 20 Mar 1859 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 29 Jan 1943 in Alamo, Crockett, Tennessee; buried 1 Feb 1943 in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee, daughter of Alexander Norton and Caroline Canady. *Notes for Hiram Parker Worrell: 1880 Census of Tennessee shows Hiram World living in Kenton with the Asa Clark family (148-148). He is 22 years of age and his father was born in North Carolina, and his mother in Tennessee. He was listed as being born in Tennessee, and farm laborer. This would have been four years before he and Levi Norton married. Children of Hiram Parker Worrell and Levy Elizabeth Norton were as follows: 100 i Amos Vernon6 Worrell, born 20 Sep 1885 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 15 May 1960 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried 17 May 1960 in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 101 ii Herbert Emmett6 Worrell, born 25 Mar 1887 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 11 Jun 1938 in Crockett, Tennessee; buried 13 Jun 1938 in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 102 iii Abbie Augusta6 Worrell, born 16 Jul 1889 in Gibson, Tennessee; died 13 Sep 1972 in Alamo, Crockett, Tennessee; buried 15 Sep 1972 in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 103 iv Annie Elizabeth6 Worrell, born 25 May 1891 in Gibson, Tennessee; died Jan 1987 in Ripley, Lauderdale, Tennessee; buried in Cypress Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 104 v Rayburn Allen6 Worrell, born 21 Sep 1895 in Crockett, Tennessee; died 24 Apr 1969 in Alamo, Crockett, Tennesse; buried 26 Apr 1968 in Alamo City Cemetery, Alamo, Crockett, Tennessee. 105 vi Maude Myrtle6 Worrell, born 26 Jul 1898 in Crockett, Tennessee; died 31 Jul 1983 in Jackson, Madison, Tennessee; buried 2 Aug 1983 in Alamo Memorial Cemetery, Cockett, Tennessee. 106 vii Mary Louise6 Worrell, born 6 Jan 1901 in Alamo, Crockett, Tennessee; died 4 Oct 1987 in Covington, Tipton, Tennessee; buried in Alamo Cemetery, Crockett, Tennessee. 53. Willoughby5 Gardner (Sarah4 Worrell, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1834 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married Mary J. Fenwell, born 1884 in Tennessee. *Notes for Willoughby Gardner: 1920 Census, Gibson County, Dist #1: Willowby Gardner, age 45, born in Tennessee; Mary J. Gardner, age 36, born in Tennessee; Dwight I. Gardner, age 16, born in Tennessee; Dewind H. Gardner, age 13, born in Tennessee; Mary A. Gardner, age 11, born in Tennessee. Children of Willoughby Gardner and Mary J. Fenwell were as follows: 107 i Dwight I.6 Gardner, born 1904 in Gibson, Tennessee. 108 ii Dewey A.6 Gardner, born 18 Mar 1905 in Gibson, Tennessee; died Feb 1975 in Lavinia, Carroll, Tennessee. 109 iii Mary A.6 Gardner, born 1909 in Gibson, Tennessee. 54. John R.5 Gardner (Sarah4 Worrell, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1836 in Wayne, North Carolina. He married unknown. *Notes for John R. Gardner: 1920 Census, Gibson County, Dist #2: 70-72 John Gardner, age 42, born in Tennessee; Dean Gardner, age 19, born in Tennessee; Halton Gardner, age 16, born in Tennessee; Carlton Gardner, age 13, born in Tennessee; Mildred Gardner, age 11, born in Tennessee; Elvis Childers, age 27, born in Tennessee; Velma Childers, age 22, born in Tennessee; Preston Childers, age 4 mos., born in Tennessee. Children of John R. Gardner were as follows: 110 i Velma6 Gardner, born 1898 in Gibson, Tennessee. 111 ii Dean6 Gardner, born 1901 in Gibson, Tennessee. 112 iii Halton6 Gardner, born 1904 in Gibson, Tennessee. 113 iv Carlton6 Gardner, born 1907 in Gibson, Tennessee. 114 v Mildred6 Gardner, born 1913 in Gibson, Tennessee. 58. Jesse G.5 Gardner (Sarah4 Worrell, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1848 in Tennessee. He married Susan W. (---), born 1866 in Tennessee. Children of Jesse G. Gardner and Susan W. (---) were as follows: 115 i Hellen I.6 Gardner, born 1904 in Madison, Tennessee. 59. Hugh5 Gardner (Sarah4 Worrell, Needham3, James2, David1), born 1851 in Tennessee. He married in 1871 in Gibson, Tennessee, Nancy J. West. Children of Hugh Gardner and Nancy J. West were as follows: 116 i Hugh6 Gardner, born 1890 in Tennessee. Index Paragraph # (---) Jennie W. (1862-) 50 Mary A. (1837-) 20 Prissilla 4 Serena (1810-) 15 Susan W. (1866-) 58 Unmarried 52 Alford Mary (Polly) (1790-) 8 Baldridge Dora 84 E. Todd (1844-1920) 46 Elizabeth (Worrell) (1845-1915) 46 Hattie (1886-1919) 83 Boyt Sarah 1 Bradbury () 24 Polly (Worrell) 24 Canady Caroline (1839-) 51 Crain Harriet H.D. (1815-) 16 Lewis B. (1788-1823) 16 Davis () 27 () 25 Elizabeth (Worrell) 25 Penny (Worrell) 27 Dunn () 33 Acrex 67 Anne 69 Bedy 64 Benjamin 65 Edith (Worrell) 33 Martha 66 Polly 68 Sir John 70 Evans Martha Caroline (1860-1937) 49 Fenwell Mary J. (1884-) 53 Gardner Calvin R. (1838-) 55 Carlton (1907-) 113 Dean (1901-) 111 Dewey A. (1905-1975) 108 Dwight I. (1904-) 107 Halton (1904-) 112 Hellen I. (1904-) 115 Hugh (1851-) 59 Hugh (1890-) 116 Jesse G. (1848-) 58 John R. (1836-) 54 Major (1813-) 17 Martha A. (1843-) 56 Mary A. (1909-) 109 Mary I. (1845-) 57 Mary J. (Fenwell) (1884-) 53 Mildred (1913-) 114 Nancy J. (West) 59 Sarah (Worrell) (1816-) 17 Velma (1898-) 110 Willoughby (1834-) 53 Garrison Cora Ann (1869-) 72 Mary (Worrell) (1837-) 42 Mollie (1873-) 74 Nathan N. (1850-) 42 Rebecca (1870-) 73 Guthrie Mary C. (Widow) (1835-) 38 Hamilton Alexander 18 Martha (Worrell) (1818-) 18 Hanley Jinnitt (Widow) (1812-) 8 Hooks Sarah 7 Howell Elizabeth 12 Jackson Martha J. 47 Morrow Elizabeth Jane (1846-) 45 Norton Alexander (1823-) 51 Caroline (Canady) (1839-) 51 Levy Elizabeth (1859-1943) 51 Pinon Polly Ann (Worrell) (1836-) 37 William 37 Searcy Nancy J. (1848-) 44 West George H. 56 Martha A. (Gardner) (1843-) 56 Nancy J. 59 Worel Delsa Gertrude (1899-1990) 94 James Louis (1903-1934) 95 John Wesley (1889-1934) 90 Minnie Ann (1891-1980) 91 Pearl Mae (1896-1969) 93 Robert Alfred (1894-1983) 92 Worrel Elizabeth (1834-) 19 Worrell Abbie Augusta (1889-1972) 102 Airess 35 Alexander 36 Alfred (1814-) 16 Amos Vernon (1885-1960) 100 Annie Elizabeth (1891-1987) 103 Baptist (1849-1849) 48 Bardin (1851-) 62 Beatry (1893-) 98 Benjamin 11 Charity 26 Chesley (1889-) 97 David (1740-1789) 1 Dela Elizabeth (1879-1889) 85 Della 80 Edith 33 Edward Young (1892-1949) 82 Elizabeth 25 Elizabeth (1845-1915) 46 Elizabeth (Howell) 12 Elizabeth (Worrel) (1834-) 19 Elizabeth Jane (Morrow) (1846-) 45 Esther (1758-) 2 Ethel V. (1876-) 96 Franklin (1849-) 22 George Lee (1876-1951) 76 George W. (1852-) 50 Hardy H. 41 Harriet H.D. (Crain) (1815-) 16 Henry (1855-) 63 Herbert Emmett (1887-1938) 101 Hiram Parker (1854-1922) 51 Isaac 10 Isaac Frank (1842-) 44 Isaiah (1828-) 20 Isiah 28 Iva D. (1897-) 99 Jackson (1862-) 61 James 32 James (1760-1838) 3 James (1820-) 19 James Harvey (1851-1933) 49 Jesse (1778-) 7 John 23 John (-1825) 9 John (1762-1788) 4 John (1841-1861) 39 John Asa (1856-) 52 John Asa (1877-) 77 June (1858-) 60 Levy Elizabeth (Norton) (1859-1943) 51 Lewis J. (1847-) 47 Martha (1818-) 18 Martha (1847-) 21 Martha Caroline (Evans) (1860-1937) 49 Martha J. (Jackson) 47 Mary (1837-) 42 Mary (Polly) (Alford) (1790-) 8 Mary A. ((---)) (1837-) 20 Mary Bell (1886-1974) 88 Mary Louise (1901-1987) 106 Mattie (1890-1972) 81 Maude Myrtle (1898-1983) 105 May 79 Millie Louisa (1887-1963) 89 Nancy 31 Nancy Emily (1881-1970) 86 Nancy J. (Searcy) (1848-) 44 Needham (1786-1860) 8 Needham Benjamin (1839-1862) 43 Penny 27 Phillip L. (Tip) (1880-1965) 78 Polly 24 Polly Ann (1836-) 37 Prissilla ((---)) 4 Rayburn Allen (1895-1969) 104 Richard 12 Richard (Jr.) 29 Rosannah B. (1866-) 71 Sally 30 Samson 14 Sanford Lee (1884-1904) 87 Sarah 6 Sarah (1816-) 17 Stephen 34 Thomas (1847-) 40 Unmarried ((---)) 52 Warren (1813-) 15 William 5 William 13 William (1838-) 38 William (1872-) 75 William H. (1844-) 45 <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> <<<>>> Back to Wayne County Back to Bath County © 2003