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|Name:||Edwin Carthell Worley|
|Comments:||my gggrand father was A.D. Lance Worley his son Albert Dewitt Worley my ggrand father his son Virgil Dewitt Worley my grandfather his son Carthell V Worley my father
|Comments:||I am listed as a Descendant of Francis Worley Born in England in 1668 I beleive if memory serves me right and I had stated I was thru his son Brassey That was not correct.It was Caleb 1694 PA then to his son CalebII 1724 VA,Then David M 1759OH,David Wesley1795OH,Loammi1831OH,
Jasper1854Ne,Orville E 1896NE, LaVerneO 1921-1977Ne ,Me 1952 Mo.
|Comments:||My family tree as far as I can go, starts with Edward Worley 1680-1724 Charles, York Va. His son John Worley 1698-1795 Cumberland, Va. His son William Worley 1730-1787 born in Goochland Va, diedBedford Va. His son Zachariah Worley 1762-1838, born Norfolk, Bedford Va. Fought in the Revolutionary War. His son Joel Worley 1805- June 18, 1880. Born Franklin Co. Va, Died Portland, Sumner Co. TN. Buried Worley Cemetery, Sumner Co. Tn. Records indicate Joel was captured as a POW of the Civil War July 22, 1864 in Atlanta Ga and was kept at Camp Chase. His son Alanson Dewitt Worley 1838-1901, born Sumner Co, Tn died Dallas, Collin Co, Tx. Alanson D. Worley was also a prisoner of war captured May 19, 1863 in Ga. His son Benjamin Franklin Worley July 5, 1885- Jan 21, 1968. Born Dallas Co. Tx, died Haskell Tx. His son Bennie Ray Worley Nov. 9, 1927- June 22 2011. Born Tx, died Jesup Ga.|
|Comments:||I HAPPENED TO GOOGLE MY GRANDFATHERS NAME WHICH IS VIRGIL WORLEY . THAT IS MY MOMS NAME TO TERESA WORLEY .SHE HAS A SISTER NAMED BETTY IN CINCINNATI. FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME
|Homepage URL:||http:// Beckfield College|
|Comments:||Birth name was Elissa Marie Worley,from Cincinnati,Ohio. Biological mother was Teresa Worley. Grandparent's were Virgil and Mary. They lived on Marshall Ave. in Cincinnati. I was born, July 12,1953. Catherine Booth home/ Jewish Hospital. Had an aunt named Betty. Grandparent's divorced. Grandmother Mary worked at old St. Mary's Hospital. My mother was 16 at that time. I was adopted from Children's Home of Cincinnati. My father was in the service, but I don't know his name. He was stationed near Cincinnati. Grandparent's may have been from Kentucky, Whitley or McCreary County. Somerset or Corbin. If anyone has any information, please contact me.|
|Comments:||Thanks for the information provided on this site. My father tried to research his family line but, orphaned at age 8, was unable to get beyond anyone before the name Pleasant Worley showed up. My father was born in Floyd County, GA (Rome). He carried what may well have been one of his earlier family names; he too was James Andrew Worley.|
|Comments:||Does anyone know of a william worley that lived in hawaii and worked on a ranch?|
|Name:||Anthony Roy Worley|
|Comments:||My mother is Betty Jo Worley Carlisle born Paducah Tx 6-10-25.He Dad was Vardeman Houston Worley born 11/20/1900 in Jones County Tx. married Flora Jones in Paducah Tx in the 1920's - His father was George Nathan Worley. If you have any information on extended family let I would like to know about them.
|Comments:||My Granparents are Clarence and Dora(Abott) Worley From Wayne County, KY. My Father is Donald L. Woley and I have 2 uncles Joe and Max.|
|Comments:||i'm 45 years old just found your site and have been looking up my haritage or trying to and can't fine anything past my grandfather william worley who past away in 1965 he was married to bertha dale clairday my fathers name is jackie franklin worley if anyone can help please drop me an email thanks
|Comments:||My great grandparents were Sam and Mary/Mollie Worley. Does anyone have any information on them?|
|Name:||donald e. worley|
|Comments:||jasper abraham worley is geart grandfather chritopher mcmilliam worley my grandfather earl thomas worley is my father.i'm don worley|
|Comments:||I am seeking information about the Worleys from Paducah, Tx. Anna Worley married Frank Hodges. Clarence Worley married Bessie Hodges.|
|Comments:||I am the Grandson of Leander Worley born 1878, and the son of Woodrow Worley born 1920. This is a great site.|
|Comments:||I am trying to locate information on Guy Worley who lived in Detroit, MI in 1922. Do you know of this person?|
|Name:||Mack Ervin Worley Jr.|
|Comments:||I am at a loss.I didnt see any of the names of my four fathers. I did see the same county and states all my know living realitives live in now. I'm son of Ervin MacDonald Worley.But some how he became Mack Ervin Worley Sr. His farther was Mitchel Garfield Worley or maybe Leadford or Leadfoot.I have been told that my dad was born in Cook Co. Tn. But no one has any records of that.My grandfather had 23 childern and some are still living in Hickory NC area. Its a wierd deal, I'm almost fifty years old and most likely when my dad passes that side of the family will be totaly lost. I have giving some thought and tried to talk to the family in Hickory NC.and they have no clue to even who there granddad and mom are. So i almost feel its of no use.So if you know any of these people it would be nice to here from you. Thank you for your time.|
|Name:||T. Powell Rymer|
|Comments:||Hello, I'm looking for info related to Levi Miles Worley b. 1835, son of William M.G Worley b.1806, and Levi's wife Martha Jane Sara Hood, b.1843. Levi is my gggrandfather.
The site is great!
|Name:||Benson B Worley Jr|
|Comments:||son of Benson And Dolly (Williams) Worley
Sisters Brooke and Melissa
try looking for your family here
|Name:||Benson B Worley Jr|
|Comments:||Son of Benson and Dolly Worley (Williams)
Brother to Brooke, Melissa & Dianne(deceased)
Here is my family tree
|Name:||katherine worley o'donnell|
|Comments:||Looking for information on Nathan Worley born1818. married to Phoebe Self father of John Henry and Samuel|
|Name:||Katy Worley O'Donnell|
|Comments:||I am searching for information on Nathaniel Worley born1818 in Texas, Missouri. Married to Phoebe Self|
|Comments:||I am a relative of Jeter Worley, Daughter of Hayden Worley who was Jeter's youngest brother and cousin to Buddy Worley who has since past away. I have two brothers, Roger and John, one sister Vickie.
|Comments:||My mother is Linda m. worley, daughter of lyle worley granddaughter of william worley. Searching for more info on william worley. Thanks|
|Name:||Edward B. Worley, Jr.|
|Comments:|| Thanks to Randall Scott Treadway for such thorough research! An example for all of us. Citatations in many paragraphs may be immensely helpful.
Your Worleys were in Va. very early, and moved later down into the eastern ranges of the mountains into present-day N. C. I understand that mine came also from Va., but mine moved down the Western valleys into upper East Tennessee, then on out of the mountains into the foothills in Middle Tennessee.
Am interested in information on forebears and descendants of pioneer settler Finch Worley, of southwestern Va. in the 1790, 1800, maybe 1810 censuses who (or son Finch if any) was listed in White Co., Tennessee census in 1820 & 1830, maybe 1810, not after 1840 - based on my (fading?) memory of research in census extract books in the Tennessee State Library & Archives (TSL&A), years ago. (Am a Life member of Tennesse Historical Society.)
My GGF was b. 1831 Warren Co., Tenn., then bordering White Co. to the West & Southwest. He enlisted in 1861 in the Infantry, 16th Tenn., from DeKalb Co. and served honorably through the end of the War, as evidenced in his application for state pension (approved). He was injured twice, once in the great battle of Pittsburg Landing and again in probably the Atlanta campaign or aftermath of that. At the end of the War, he was recovering in hospital in Augusta, Ga., and had to make his way home on foot to Smithville in Middle Tennessee. His wounds, treated with the methods of that day, never healed properly, and they partly disabled him throughout his life, but when he retired from active business, he was appointed the DeKalb Co. Register of Deeds and Wills by action of the County Court. He served continuously for nine (9) to ten (10) years in that office until his final illness in approx. 1893. It was said that his selection for that office was due partly to the fine quality of his handwriting.
Warren Co. in 1831 was much bigger than now, and included a large part of DeKalb Co., erected 1837, which since then borders Warren on the new northern side of Warren Co. Warren in 1831 might have included the site of the current seat of DeKalb Co., Smithville, est. ca. 1845, where my GGF reared his family of four sons and three daughters, and operated his business as a mechanical engineer and a mechanical equipment manufacturer and retailer. His descendants have included engineers, and I am a licensed professional engineer in Texas.
Other notes on other Worleys in Tennessee that I have found - There was a Samuel Worley plantation in perhaps as early as the 1830s in southeastern Maury Co., two or three counties W of Warren Co. A John Worley was the first Sheriff of Sullivan Co., I believe it was, an old early-days (1803?) county in East Tennessee bordering SW Va. There was a David H. Worley owning land in the 1850s or 1860s in Wilson Co. that has its SE corner touching the northwest corner of DeKalb. An Obie (sp?) Worley was said later after the War to have built or owned and operated a mill in Rutherford Co., the co. imm. W of DeKalb; but I have insufficient information to indicate that these names are connected to my own GGF. There was a Charley Whorley, a girl in high school in Davidson Co. in the 1945-1949 timeframe, but it is not known by me, whether the spelling with the 'h' inserted is a variant spelling and connected with our surname. This is a mildly interesting question. Ours is known to have come as-is from England in the early-mid-1600s to Va.and to Long Island (New York Colony), and from England to Pa. ca. 1680, as Francis Worley and his brother, whose name escapes me at this 1:45 a.m., were reported to have been brought to Penn's Colony by their redoubtable step-father Caleb(?) Pusey, who married their widowed mother in County Essex and later relocated his blended family to the New World.
Please post all this information for others to review. Comments are invited. Any information on family connections of Finch Worley will be received with appreciation and acknowledgment.
|Comments:||hi im caroline...worley.
i dont see my name on my worley lineage..
it upsets me deeply.
my heart burns
i have integestine
just thought id tell you.
-child that would like to be put on her family LINEAGE!
any questions...talk to God because im too livid.
and irate. thanks.
|Comments:||Most of my relatives, such as my grandpa who was born in 1912, was from Geroiga and then later moved to Texas and Arkansas. I live outside of Little Rock.|
|Comments:||MY PARENTS OUR AMY (BRYANT) JONES (PRIVITT) AND JOHN JONES.
JOHNS PARENTS WERE ISAAC JONES AND MALINDA BRYANT
ISAAC'S PARENTS WERE HARRISON JONES AND RACHAEL WORLEY
RACHAEL'S PARENTS WERE ISAAC WORLEY AND ELIZABETH WALKER
HARRISON'S PARENTS WERE JAMES JONES AND MARGERY DOBBS
|Name:||Cecilia Patton Bolman|
|Comments:||looking for John Roberts of Madison County...
Am currently moving, email will not work until June1
64 Beethoven ave
Waban Ma 02468
|Comments:||I came across another Worley site that lists the following incorrect information: Cecil E. Worley 1913-1924 male; father - Oliver P. Worley, mother - Addie Loueva Groves. ... Wrong
Cecil Elizabeth Worley 1913 - 1924 was a beautiful little girl, the daughter of Nathan Asa Worley and Cora Anna Groves. Nathan was Oliver Peter Worley's brother and Cora was Addie Loueva Groves' sister. The families lived on adjoining farms.
Ol and Addie Worley were my grandparents. THEIR daughter who passed away at a young age was named Isabelle. Cecil was Isabelle's FEMALE double cousin. Cecil was a common female name at that time.
Feel free to write me for further information on this line.
|Comments:||Superior site. I loved it.|
|Comments:||Does anyone know of a Rev. Nathan Worley who came to southwestern Ohio in 1804-1805 from Kentucky, and whho was involved in Barton Stone's Great Kentucky Revival which eventually led to the establishment of the Christian Church/Church of Christ? Nathan had a son named Caleb, and lived much of his life in Germantown, Ohio.|
|Name:||Loene Ellis Arbuckle|
|Comments:||I'm related to the family line of Mary Elizabeth Worley and
William Waldrop, Two of my Grandfathers were named William Amos Waldrop one was married to Margaret Louise Hensley and
the other to Josephine Moore. I've enjoyed reading about the
Worley and the Waldrop lineage.Thanks.
|Name:||elizabeth ann worley|
|Comments:||hi, my father is robert clarence worley, my grandfather was leander virgil worley , my great grandfather was leander s. worley, my great great grandfather was william worley. would like to hear from you all.|
|Name:||Wanda Worley Jordan|
|Comments:||HI there Cousins, My Worley line descends from Edward Worley 1680 VA., John 1725 VA. John Joseph 1755 N.C. Wiley 1775 who married Dorcas Meadows and had a bunch a kids. Wiley had brothers Silas, Pleasant, John Jr., and others. Wiley and Dorcas's third child, Isaac Worley 1804 N.C. was my 4 Ggpa. He married Elizabeth Walker in Wayne Co. KY. Isaac had 16 children. He should have had more ground to plow, to my way of thinkin'. His son, my 4 Ggpa, Andrew Jackson (A.J.)1833 Wayne Co KY. married Betsy (Mary Elizabeth) Jones from Jones Holler in Wayne Co. KY. They had my 3 Ggpa, Christopher Columbus (Bud) Worley 1855. Bud married Martha A. Bryant and had my grandpa, Elisha Worley 1879. This family is on the 1880 census of Wayne Co. Big Sinking Dist. 6. C.C. Worley farmer, KY KY KY, wife Mrs. Martha A., Florence, F, single age 2, and Elisha M, single age 1. Gpa had dad, Gart Worley 1907, and the rest is history (I mean genealogy) Wanda Worley Jordan|
|Comments:||Enjoyed your work very much,my line is through Francis Worley's two son's Joseph and Nathan.Then the Surretts. Oh what a tangled web we weave. Still have many relatives in NC. Grandparents Jesse Worley and Myrtle King, Worley,moved to Moscow Idaho where they lived until Jesse's death, Myrtle remarried lived in Everett and ended up in Tacoma, Washington. Keep up the good work.|
|Name:||Michelle L Worley|
|Comments:||Alright, where to begin!? My dad's name is Donald J. Worley, and he is one of 3 children (Paul Worley and Carl Worley). My grandfather's name was Andrew D. Worley, and he was one of 10 children, which I can't remember all their names, they're all in the Bremerton or Spokane area for the most part now. His father (my great grandfather) was H.K. Worley (a true mountain man). All I really know is that the family originated back east somewhere. Anything you find out I'd love to know myself, keep me posted!
|Comments:||my father was donald and his brother was john and his sister linda,his father was lyle worley and had a brother i believe was claude and their father was william,from iowa,and thats all i know..|
|Comments:||we have the same lineage.|
|Comments:||Attractive and quality site you have here! Good work.|
|Name:||Jerrie Lynn Worley Grizzell|
|E-mail address:||jll2001@bellsouth. net|
|Comments:||Hi, Just wanted to say thanks, my line follows yours i have some of the same as you, and some i don't. if you would like the information i have please e'mail me. Thanks again.
|Comments:||I am a descendant of Francis Worley b Eng 1600s. Thru son Brassey unsure to which descendant but I know to David b 1759 Fredrick Co Md>David Wesley Worley b abt 1795 > Loamma Worley b 1831 Union Co Oh> Jasper Worley B 1857 Clinton Co In.> Orville Worley b 1886 Western Ne >LaVerne Worley b 1921 Stockville Frontier Co Ne> Me then we can go to my grandchildren...Will gladly help others have alot of odd info on German Worleys also..|
|Comments:||Hi. My grandfather was Robert Franklin Worley. He was born October 10, 1919 and died in the Vietnam War on July 23, 1968. His father was Robert Morgan Worley who lived his life in Chanute, Kansas and then Riverside, California. I don't know much more than that, but it's nice to have a site devoted to the Worley lineage.|
|Name:||Suzanne Elizabeth Worley|
|Comments:||Hi im a UK worley searching for my family roots do you know anything about the English worleys and how we spread to America because there seems to be so many worleys over there and not too many left over here.
Your site was really interesting but difficult to understand. Hi all worleys out there.
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|Comments:||Great job on your site!!
Looking for info on Nathan Worley who married Phoebe Ann Self in 1840 Washington Co., MO. On the marriage record they are listed as Nathaniel Worley and Phoebe Ann Selfe.
I am descended from their son, Samuel Worley, who married first Rhoda Elizabeth Drake, second Hattie Drake. Rhoda E., (my ancestor) was a daughter of Asa Drake and Sarah "Sallie" Smith who came to Morgan Co., Missouri from Jefferson Co., Kentucky in 1836. Thanks, everyone...
|Comments:||My connection to the Worleys are that Kiziah and Jonathan Surrett were my great, great grandparents. David, their son was my great grandfather and his son Jesse was my grandfather. This is a wonderful site and a lot of work has gone into it. Thank you for sharing. Linda|
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