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Haworths in America. ca.1600-1950 : genealogy of the family of James Haworth, fourth son of George and Sarah (Scarborough) Haworth

[compiled by C.V. Haworth]
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1959
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of typescript (73 leaves) compiled by C.V. Haworth, Kokomo, Indiana.

Includes Dillon, Horton, Mendenhall, Rees, Walthall, Wright and related families.

George Haworth (1682-1724), son of James and Isabelle Haworth, immigrated from England to Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 1699, and married Sarah Scarborough in 1710. James Haworth (b.1717), their fourth son, married Sarah Wood and moved to Berkeley County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Oregon and elsewhere. Includes ancestry in England to about 1600.

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