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Elizabeth McClellan Hemphill Worthington
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Birth: Jan. 26, 1810
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 10, 1875
Pennsylvania, USA

Elizabeth married Dr. Wilmer Worthington on 28 Sep 1825.

Children
Ann Jane WORTHINGTON born 1831
Caper Pennock Worthington born abt 1851
Harry A. Worthington born abt 1858
Anna M. Worthington born abt 1861

William WORTHINGTON ,Jr.
Amos Edward WORTHINGTON
Emily Elizabeth WORTHINGTON
Antoinette Bolmar WORTHINGTON
Malinda Marshall WORTHINGTON
Kate Dallett WORTHINGTON



 
 
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 Parents:
  William Hemphill (1776 - 1817)
  Ann McClellan Hemphill (1787 - 1860)
 
 Spouse:
  Wilmer Worthington (1804 - 1873)
 
 Children:
  William Hemphill Worthington (____ - 1865)*
  Antoinette Worthington (____ - 1843)*
  Ann Jane Worthington Dallett (1831 - 1875)*
  Amos Edward Worthington (1840 - 1879)*
  Kate D. Worthington Marshall (1846 - 1912)*
 
 Siblings:
  James Alexander Hemphill (1805 - 1879)*
  Joseph Hemphill (1807 - 1870)*
  Elizabeth McClellan Hemphill Worthington (1810 - 1875)
  Keziah Ann Hemphill Bell (1812 - 1859)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oaklands Cemetery
West Chester
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section G Lots 23-26.
 
Maintained by: Zoe Tom
Originally Created by: Dan Oh
Record added: Nov 04, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31126468
Elizabeth McClellan <i>Hemphill</i> Worthington
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Elizabeth McClellan <i>Hemphill</i> Worthington
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Elizabeth McClellan <i>Hemphill</i> Worthington
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 Added: Jul. 30, 2013
 
 
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