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  • ID: I47
  • Name: Barnaby Worland
  • Given Name: Barnaby
  • Surname: Worland
  • Nickname: Barny
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 7C559268459311D69CA89C8E0BE7202832EB
  • Change Date: 13 AUG 2010
  • Note:
    BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION - Kolb, Olive Lewis, Worland, Wilfrid V., and Worland, Rev. T. Vincent, One Man?s Family, The History and Genealogy of the Worland Family in America 1662-1962 (Shelbyville, Indiana: The Authors, 1968) FHL Book 929.273 W893

    Sometimes called Bernard in the old records, doubtless from his nickname Barney. Barnaby and his brother thomas seem to have been very closely associated until Thomas and all his family moved to Shelby County, Indiana. That they ever saw each other again seems doubtful. Barnaby experienced many tragedies in his personal life. His first wife, Thresa Hardy, died in 1816 leaving him with four children. They lost three. His second wife, Cecelia Gough, lived only ten years after their marriage and left Barnaby with three more children. His third wife, Catherine Deering, survived him with daughters of her own and later gave birth to a posthumouse baby, Barniellen. Barnaby's oldest son, George L. died before his father and had a sad life himself.

    During the 1830's some of Barnaby's friends and relatives moved to Monroe County, Missouri. Barnaby's youn brother-in-law and sister-in-law Georg B. Gough and Rebecca wre among them. In Sep 1840, Barnaby sold his farms and followed them to Monroe County, where he lived only two more years.

    Many of Barnaby's descendeants have lived in Monroe County and adjacent Shelby County, but the worland names persists only in the descendants of John Henry worland and James Guy Worland.

    NOTE - Barnaby was also married to a Celilia Gough. This marriage occurred between his marriage to Teresa Worland and Catharine Deering Previous researchers have stated it took place in Franklin County, Kentucky. Research of this marriage will be done at a later time.

    1810 CENSUS - 1810 U. S. Federal Census, Scott County, Kentucky, Barnaby Worland household, peg image, (Online: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006), subscription database, [Digital scan of original records in the National Archives, Washington, DC], <http://www.ancestry.com/>.

    1820 CENSUS - 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky, Barnaby Worland household, peg image, (Online: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006), subscription database, [Digital scan of original records in the National Archives, Washington, DC], <http://www.ancestry.com/>.

    1842 CEMETERY -
    Worland-Jarboe Cemetery
    located in "Old Clinton" known also as "Jonesborough"
    on an old farm, next to a barn
    courtesy of Robin Gatson <mailto:Rcgatson@cs.com>
    Worland, Barnaby b. Jan. 7, 1777- Maryland---d. June 20, 1842 s/o John & Mary (Brady) Worland III m: 1st---Teresa Hardy - Scott Co. Ky.---Jan. 12, 1802 2nd---Cecelia Gough---Jan. 5, 1818---Franklin Co., Ky. 2 sons, 1dau. 3rd---Catherine T. Deering---Aug. 4, 1829---5 daus.
  • Birth: 5 JAN 1777 in , Charles, Maryland, USA
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  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • Event: Leaves Maryland Event 1795
  • Note: Leaves Maryland, migrates to Woodford, Kentucky with first wife, Theresa Hardy.
  • Death: 20 JUN 1842 in Old Clinton, Monroe, Missouri, USA
  • Burial: St. Peters Old Clinton, Monroe, Mo



    Father: John Worland b: ABT 1720 in Charles, Maryland, United States
    Mother: Mary Brady b: 1737 in Charles, Maryland, United States

    Marriage 1 Cecelia Gough b: 19 JUL 1801 in Franklin County, Kentucky
    • Married: 5 JAN 1818 in Franklin Co, Ky
    Children
    1. Has Children John Henry Worland b: 8 JAN 1819 in Scott Co, Ky

    Marriage 2 Theresa Hardy b: 31 MAY 1785 in Maryland
    • Note:
      Woodford County the 17 1802. Sir this shall be a certificate for you to grant licenseto Barnaby Worland to Marry My Daugter, Tercey Hardy as witness my hand. Rachael Hardy

      Test:
      Patrick Mcgowen
      Rachal McFarren
    • Married: 17 JAN 1802 in ,Woodford,, Kentucky, USA 2

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: "One Man's Family: The History and Genealogy of the Worland Family In America,
      Title: Olive Lewis Kolb, Wilfrid V. Worland, and Rev. T. Vincent Worland, "One Man's Family: The History and Genealogy of the Worland Family In America, 1662-1962" Shelbyville, Ind. : O.L. Kolb, 1968an's Family: The History and Genealogy of the Worland Family In America, 1662-1962"an's Family: The History and Genealogy of the Worland Family In America, 1662-1962". Shelbyville, Ind. : O.L. Kolb, 1968.
      Name: Footnote
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliography
      Repository:
      • Abbrev: Marriages - Woodford County, Kentucky - Marriage bonds 1789-1860
        Title: Clerk of the County Court, Woodford County (Kentucky), Marriages - Woodford County, Kentucky - Marriage bonds 1789-1860 Salt Lake City, Utah : Genealogical Society of Utah, 1961ford County, Kentucky - Marriage bonds 1789-1860ford County, Kentucky - Marriage bonds 1789-1860. Salt Lake City, Utah : Genealogical Society of Utah, 1961.
        Name: Footnote
        Name: ShortFootnote
        Name: Bibliography
        Repository:
          Name: Family History Library
          Salt Lake City, UT 84150
          USA,

        Page: 252331

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