Worthington Methodist Church Cemetery
also known as Worthington M. E. Cemetery
Worthington, Franklin County, Ohio
No evidence of cemetery remains
Was located 2 blocks east of High St.
on the south side of Howard Ave.
A reading published in the 1904
Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly
states "Most of the bodies have been removed"
This document is part of
Central Ohio Grave Search
|Name||Date of Birth||Year of Birth||Date of Death||Year of Death||Remarks|
|Barney, Lucy Ann||09 Jan||1844||Wife of John Barney, daughter of Capt. Lemuel Hulbard, of Vermont, aged 51y 8m|
|Beech, Evelina||02 Dec||1851||Wife of Samuel E. Beech, aged 36y 2m|
|Bigelow, Aurora G.||31 Mar||1831||31 Mar||1845||Daughter of Joseph & Levina Bigelow|
|Brown, Lucinda||28 May||1855||Wife of J. H. Brown, aged 31y 7m 21d|
|Cowan, George||10 Oct||1845||Aged 71y 5m. Friends, no physician could not save / His mortal body from the grave, / Nor can the grave contain him here / When Christ shall on the earth appear.|
|Jaycock, Gilbert B.||16 Jul||1844||Aged 34y|
|Latray, John||31 Oct||1846||Aged 34y|
|Pearse, Sarah||07 Sep||1847||Wife of William Pearse, aged 59y. Sarah Pease is my name, / Baltimore County is my station, / Ohio is my dwelling place, and / Christ is my salvation. / Now I am dead and in my grave, / When all my bones are rotten, / When this you see, remember me, / Lest I should be forgotten.|
|Pinney, Augustus||13 Nov||1840||Son of Horace & D. Pinney, aged 5y 5m|
|Rainey, Lucyann||09 Jan||18__||Wife of John & daughter of William Hulbert of ____mon|
|Thompson, L. J.||09 Oct||1855||Son of Alex. & Laura K. Thompson, aged 6m 1d|
|Thompson, Laura K.(E.)||05 Jan||1856||Wife of Alex. Thompson, aged 35y 4m 28d. [ONWGQ lists middle initial K., Ohio Genealogical Society lists E.]|
|Tone, A.||13 Aug||1850||Aged 20y 11m 10d|
|Weaver, John||03 Jul||1849||Aged 69y 1m 28d|
Franklin County Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society (comp.), Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Volume 5, Sharon and Perry Townships, Columbus, January 1983, pages iii and 8. Page iii states "No stones standing." Page 87 states "A current reading of this cemetery yields only the following:" and 2 stones are listed, so it appears there were 2 stones standing at the circa 1983 reading.
The "Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly, Volume VII (1904), page 27. http://www.ancestrypaths.com/tips-and-techniques/old-online-digital-books/old-northwest-genealogical-quarterly-1898-to-1912/"
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