1786 - 1856
||13 Feb 1786 
||W/ son Isaac 
||13 Sep 1856
||New York, N.Y. [2, 4]
||Welcomer and Poor Relatives
||05 Apr 2011 02:12:25 |
||HENRY WORRALL, b. 15 Nov 1771, Ughill, West Riding, Yorkshire, England |
|>||1. CAROLINE WORRALL, b. 8 Aug 1802, South Carolina |
| ||2. Joseph Henry Worrall, b. 1804|
| ||3. Sarah Ann Worrall, b. 1806|
| ||4. Phoebe Worrall, b. 18 Dec 1807, New York, N.Y. |
|>||5. Noah Worrall, b. 1809|
| ||6. Mary Jane Worrall, b. 1812|
|>||7. Wade Benjamin Worrall, b. 1819|
| ||8. Hannah Angeline Worrall, b. 1828|
| ||9. Isaac Grimshaw Worrall, b. Feb 1828, New York, N.Y. |
|Worrall & Co Fire 1851|
|Worrall Chopper 1|
|worrall saluting cannon|
|Worrall Saw 1|
Ancestral home of the Worralls in Ughill.
- she's the one who gave our Bible to her granddaughter Dorethea
from Worrall history:
He certainly became part of the Methodist Episcopal community and justafter the turn of the century married Doretha Wade, the 15 year-olddaughter of a wealthy New York family. Although Henry jnr arrived in NewYork with no influence and a very limited amount of money, he certainlyfollowed the Worrall tradition and married into both.
"WORRALL.- In this City, on Saturday, Sept. 13, DORETHE, widow of thelate Henry Worrall, aged 70 years.
The funeral services will take place at the residence of her son-in-law,Dr. Palmer, No. 54 Rivington st., on Tuesday, at 5 o'clock P. M. Therelatives and friends of the family are invited to attend, withoutfurther notice."- source- New York Daily Times, 15 Sep 1856.
- [S175] Phillip Brown via internet, http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/surnames/wor/Worrall/4
- [S233] Worrall family history
- [S444] Census - 1850 - New York
- [S123] New York Daily Times, 9/16/1856