Henry Worst  ‎(I08801)‎
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Henry Worst

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Birth: December 3 1776 Berks Co., PA
Death: June 1 1869 ‎(Age 92)‎ Wayne, OH
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Birth December 3 1776 Berks Co., PA


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Marriage Barbara Donet Donat - 1799 ‎(Age 22)‎


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Death June 1 1869 ‎(Age 92)‎ Wayne, OH


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Parents Family  (F3710)
Henry Worst
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Elizabeth Unk
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Henry Worst
1776 - 1869

Immediate Family  (F3706)
Barbara Donet Donat
1780 - 1849
Catherine Worst
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Elizabeth Worst
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Mary Worst
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Sarah Worst
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Margaret Worst
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Susan Worst
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Nancy Worst
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George Worst
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Jacob A. Worst
1814 -
Samuel Worst
1818 - 1894


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Henry Worst came to Ohio in 1814 and settled on the farm later owned byhis son, Samuel.

HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO

Henry Worst was born in the year 1776, in the State of Pennsylvania,Berks County. In the year 1799 he was married to Miss Barbara Donet, andcame to Ohio in the year 1814 and settled immediately in the woods on thefarm now owned by his son S amuel. The farm showed no signs ofimprovement whatever, to give evidence of civilization or advancement.Here he reared and educated a family of eleven children - seven daughtersand four sons. Their names are as follows: Catharine, Elizabeth, M ary,Sarah, Margaret, Henry, Susan, Jacob, Samuel, Nancy and George, six ofwhom are dead. Catharine, Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret, Sarah and Nancy.Our subject died in the year 1869, surviving his wife for a period oftwenty years. This aged couple l ie buried side by side in the Mount Hopecemetery. Few pioneers are more deserving of a kind remembrance than Mr.and Mrs. Worst.

In an 1863 edition of HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY

Henry Worst, in the year 1814, entered the northeast quarter ofsection 14. This quarter was regarded as a choice one, and severalpersons who had been exploring the country had selected it, and sat outfor the Canton Land Office, within a few hours of each other, to make theentry. In this instance, "the race was to the swift." In company withWilliam McMullen, who had selected the adjacent quarter, Mr. Worst hadreached Wooster, traveling on foot, and had called at the tavern of that little place for refreshments. While their food was being prepared,information reached them that they would be soon followed by two men onhorseback, known to be after the same land. Without waiting for theirrefreshments, they immediately pushed forward and reached Canton inadvance of their pursuers, and made the entries they had shown. On March20th 1815, Mr. Worst and family removed to his land. He had emigratedfrom Pennsylvania. His household consisted of his wife and eightchildren , the only survivors of whom, now residents of Ashland County,are Samuel Worst, who occupies the old homestead, and Mrs. Margaret, wifeof John Keener, of Jackson Township. Mr. Worst is now ‎(Feb. 1862)‎ in theseventy seventh hear of his age.‎[leyda .FTW]‎

Henry Worst came to Ohio in 1814 and settled on the farm later ownedby his son, Samuel.

HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO

Henry Worst was born in the year 1776, in the State of Pennsylvania,Berks County. In the year 1799 he was married to Miss Barbara Donet, andcame to Ohio in the year 1814 and settled immediately in the woods on thefarm now owned by his son S amuel. The farm showed no signs ofimprovement whatever, to give evidence of civilization or advancement.Here he reared and educated a family of eleven children - seven daughtersand four sons. Their names are as follows: Catharine, Elizabeth, M ary,Sarah, Margaret, Henry, Susan, Jacob, Samuel, Nancy and George, six ofwhom are dead. Catharine, Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret, Sarah and Nancy.Our subject died in the year 1869, surviving his wife for a period oftwenty years. This aged couple l ie buried side by side in the Mount Hopecemetery. Few pioneers are more deserving of a kind remembrance than Mr.and Mrs. Worst.

In an 1863 edition of HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY

Henry Worst, in the year 1814, entered the northeast quarter ofsection 14. This quarter was regarded as a choice one, and severalpersons who had been exploring the country had selected it, and sat outfor the Canton Land Office, within a few hours of each other, to make theentry. In this instance, "the race was to the swift." In company withWilliam McMullen, who had selected the adjacent quarter, Mr. Worst hadreached Wooster, traveling on foot, and had called at the tavern of that little place for refreshments. While their food was being prepared,information reached them that they would be soon followed by two men onhorseback, known to be after the same land. Without waiting for theirrefreshments, they immediately pushed forward and reached Canton inadvance of their pursuers, and made the entries they had shown. On March20th 1815, Mr. Worst and family removed to his land. He had emigratedfrom Pennsylvania. His household consisted of his wife and eightchildren , the only survivors of whom, now residents of Ashland County,are Samuel Worst, who occupies the old homestead, and Mrs. Margaret, wifeof John Keener, of Jackson Township. Mr. Worst is now ‎(Feb. 1862)‎ in theseventy seventh hear of his age.‎[leyda .FTW]‎

Henry Worst came to Ohio in 1814 and settled on the farm later ownedby his son, Samuel.

HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO

Henry Worst was born in the year 1776, in the State of Pennsylvania,Berks County. In the year 1799 he was married to Miss Barbara Donet, andcame to Ohio in the year 1814 and settled immediately in the woods on thefarm now owned by his son S amuel. The farm showed no signs ofimprovement whatever, to give evidence of civilization or advancement.Here he reared and educated a family of eleven children - seven daughtersand four sons. Their names are as follows: Catharine, Elizabeth, M ary,Sarah, Margaret, Henry, Susan, Jacob, Samuel, Nancy and George, six ofwhom are dead. Catharine, Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret, Sarah and Nancy.Our subject died in the year 1869, surviving his wife for a period oftwenty years. This aged couple l ie buried side by side in the Mount Hopecemetery. Few pioneers are more deserving of a kind remembrance than Mr.and Mrs. Worst.

In an 1863 edition of HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY

Henry Worst, in the year 1814, entered the northeast quarter ofsection 14. This quarter was regarded as a choice one, and severalpersons who had been exploring the country had selected it, and sat outfor the Canton Land Office, within a few hours of each other, to make theentry. In this instance, "the race was to the swift." In company withWilliam McMullen, who had selected the adjacent quarter, Mr. Worst hadreached Wooster, traveling on foot, and had called at the tavern of that little place for refreshments. While their food was being prepared,information reached them that they would be soon followed by two men onhorseback, known to be after the same land. Without waiting for theirrefreshments, they immediately pushed forward and reached Canton inadvance of their pursuers, and made the entries they had shown. On March20th 1815, Mr. Worst and family removed to his land. He had emigratedfrom Pennsylvania. His household consisted of his wife and eightchildren , the only survivors of whom, now residents of Ashland County,are Samuel Worst, who occupies the old homestead, and Mrs. Margaret, wifeof John Keener, of Jackson Township. Mr. Worst is now ‎(Feb. 1862)‎ in theseventy seventh hear of his age.


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Henry Worst ‎(I08814)‎
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Elizabeth Unk ‎(I08815)‎
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Henry Worst ‎(I08801)‎
Birth December 3 1776 Berks Co., PA
Death June 1 1869 ‎(Age 92)‎ Wayne, OH
Family with Barbara Donet Donat
Henry Worst ‎(I08801)‎
Birth December 3 1776 Berks Co., PA
Death June 1 1869 ‎(Age 92)‎ Wayne, OH
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Barbara Donet Donat ‎(I08802)‎
Birth January 25 1780 PA
Death March 13 1849 ‎(Age 69)‎ Perry Twp, Ashland, Ohio

Marriage: 1799
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Catherine Worst ‎(I08803)‎
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Elizabeth Worst ‎(I08804)‎
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Mary Worst ‎(I08805)‎
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Sarah Worst ‎(I08806)‎
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Margaret Worst ‎(I08807)‎
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Susan Worst ‎(I08808)‎
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Nancy Worst ‎(I08811)‎
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George Worst ‎(I08812)‎
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Jacob A. Worst ‎(I08810)‎
Birth November 1 1814 37 34 PA
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Samuel Worst ‎(I08785)‎
Birth June 8 1818 41 38 Ohio
Death March 24 1894 ‎(Age 75)‎ Perry Twp, Ashland, Ohio