Indiana McCaslins

Mary Elizabeth BarkerAge: 81 years18581939

Name
Mary Elizabeth Barker
Birth June 24, 1858
Source: Find a Grave
MarriageAlvin Bennet LangworthyView this family
about 1876 (Age 17 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Emma Alice Langworthy
November 24, 1877 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a son
#2
John D Langworthy
March 1883 (Age 24 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Lila Belle Langworthy
August 10, 1888 (Age 30 years)
Note: given as about 1889 on Lila's Ohio death certificate
Birth of a daughter
#4
Sarah Ethel Langworthy
June 1894 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a son
#5
Roy Leaman Langworthy
November 1898 (Age 40 years)
Census 1900 (Age 41 years)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Effie Mabel Langworthy
March 12, 1902 (Age 43 years)
Death of a husbandAlvin Bennet Langworthy
January 24, 1903 (Age 44 years)
Burial of a husbandAlvin Bennet Langworthy
January 26, 1903 (Age 44 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Armitage Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 30707964
Marriage of a childWilliam Lawrence RothwellLila Belle LangworthyView this family
about 1906 (Age 47 years)

Census 1920 (Age 61 years)
MarriageHenry JacksonView this family
June 13, 1921 (Age 62 years)
Marriage of a childPerry Washington McCaslin (McCasland)Lila Belle LangworthyView this family
November 11, 1922 (Age 64 years)
Census 1930 (Age 71 years)
Death December 11, 1939 (Age 81 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial after December 11, 1939
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Armitage Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 54366755
Family with Alvin Bennet Langworthy - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: about 1876
23 months
daughter
5 years
son
John D Langworthy
Birth: March 1883 28 24Kentucky
Death: April 10, 1948Middletown, Butler, Ohio
5 years
daughter
6 years
daughter
5 years
son
3 years
daughter
Family with Henry Jackson - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: June 13, 1921, Butler, Ohio

Burial
Armitage Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 54366755
Shared note
In the 1900 US Federal Census for Frenchburg, Menifee, Kentucky, 45-year-old Kentucky-born Alvin Langworthy and his 40-year-old Kentucky-born wife Mary E [Barker] Langworthy have been married twenty-four years. Mary has born seven children, but only five are living. Four of these five children, all Kentucky-born, are living with them. They are 17-year-old John D, 11-year-old Della B [sic this is Lila], 6-year-old Sarah E and one-year-old Ray L.[sic] Alvin is a blacksmith and John is a day laborer. John and Lila have attended school five months of the past year. Everyone except Sarah and Ray can read, write and speak English. Everyone's parents were born in Kentucky. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Middletown, Butler, Ohio, 30-year-old Kentucky-born James Ingram and his 25-year-old Kentucky born wife Ethel [Langsworty] Ingram have in their household their Kentucky-born children, 5-year-old Lawrence and 2-month old James A, and Ethel's widowed mother and single sister, 62-year-old Kentucky-born Mary [Barker] Langsworthy and 17-year-old Kentucky-born Mabel. The family is living in a rented house at 426-1/2 Third Street. next door to Ethel's brother John Langworthy and his family. Neither Lawrence nor Mabel have attended school in the past year. Everyone except the two youngest children is literate and can speak English. James is a retail merchant, the owner of a grocery store; Mary is a laborer in a "tobacco works"; and Mabel is a saleslady in the grocery store. Everyone's parents were born in Kentucky. On 13 Jun 1921, Henry Jackson and Mary E Langworthy apply for a marriage license at the Probate Court, Butler County, Ohio Courthouse. Henry Jackson "swears upon oath" that he is 75 years of age on the 2nd day of Feb 1921, his residence is Middletown, Ohio, his place of birth is Bath Co., Ky, his occupation is farmter, his father's name is George Jackson, his mother's maiden name was Malissa Barber, that he was previously married twice, and that he has no wife living. Mary swears that she is 63 years of age on the 24th day of June 1921, her residence is Middletown, Butler County, Ohio, her place of birth is Menifee Co., Ky, her occupation is [left blank], her father's name is Elijah Barker, her mother's maiden name was Sarah Lawson, that she has been married twice [sic] and is a widow divorced woman, her married name being A.B. Langworthy & Mrs Henry Jackson [sic], that she has no husband living. They both swear that they are not habitual drunkards, epileptic, imbecile or insane, and are not under the influence of intoxicating liquor or narcotic drug. This marriage license is signed by Probate Judge R.S. Woodruff and witnessed by the Deputy Clerk, Lillian Woodruff. The marriage certificate granted, they are married the same day by B.F. Landill, minister. This marriage apparently didn't last too long as, by 1930, Mary E Langworthy (not Jackson) is living with her youngest daughter. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Miamisburg, Montgomery, Ohio, 34-year-old Ohio-born Harry E Wade and his 28-year-old Kentucky-born wife Mable G [sic] [Langworthy] Wade were married when he was 22- and she was 18-years old [abt 1920]. They have in their household their Ohio-born children 8-year-old Carl E, 6-year-old Wilbur A and 4-year-old twins, Vera L and Vivian D, and Mabel's widowed mother, 71-year-old Kentucky-born Mary E [Baker] Langworthy, who was married when she was 18-years-old. The family is living at 840 Sycamore Street in a rented house, for which Harry pays $15 a month in rent. Carl and Wilbur have attended school in the past year. Harry is a machinist in an "electrical refrigerator" company and Mabel is a "handler" in a paper making factory. Both have worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. Harry has not served in the military. All the adults are literate and speak English. Harry's parents were born in Ohio; Mabel's parents were born in Kentucky; the children's father was born in Ohio and their mother in Kentucky; Mary's parents were born in Kentucky. Mary Elizabeth {Barker] Langsworthy died 11 Dec 1939 in Montgomery, Ohio, and was buried in Amitage Cemetery, , Menifee County, Kentucky next to her husband, A B Langworthy.