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Woodworth Burial Ground
Surname
First
Relationships
Birth
Death
Stone
Other Information
Lanfear
Elizabeth
Woodworth
Wife of Joseph
Lanfear.
1878 - 1834
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Lanfear
Harriet "Hanna"
Daughter of Elizabeth
Woodworth and
Joshua Lanfear
1813 - 1816
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Lanfear
Joshua Jr
Son of Elizabeth
Woodworth and
Joshua Lanfear
1811 - 1816
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Lanfear
William "Willie"
Son of Elizabeth
Woodworth and
Joshua Lanfear
1815 - 1816
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Woodworth
Cynthia
Daughter of Selah and
Rebecca B. Dunham
Woodworth
1793 - 1794
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Woodworth
Gershom
"Son of Caleb and
Jane Munger
Woodworth Husband
of  
Rosanna Evarts
Woodworth"
1728 - 1810
 
Woodworth
Jacob
Son of Selah and
Rebecca B. Dunham
Woodworth
1794 - 1794
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Woodworth
Rebecca B.
Dunham
Wife of Selah
Woodworth Daughter
of Jacob Dunham
1755 - 1836
Woodworth
Rosanna Evarts
Daughter of Josiah
and Ann Tyler Wife
of Gershom
Woodworth
1733 - 1795
 
Woodworth
Sarah Lanfear
Wife of Roswell
Woodworth
1785 - 1821
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
 
Woodworth
Selah
Husband of Orvilla
Tobey Son of Selah
and Rebecca B.
Dunham Woodworth
1790 - 1825
Woodworth
Selah
"Son of Caleb and
Jane Munger
Woodworth Husband
of  
Rebecca B. Duham"
1750 - 1823
No Stone
Possible Field
Stone
This marker directs you to an early burial ground used primarily by the Woodworth family, set
on land of the original Woodworth Farm. Members of this family played important roles in
Tryon County Revolutionary War
events. On the same side of the road is believed to be an early burial ground for a group of
Quakers who also built
a meeting house circa 1800.

LOCATION: Marker located on Route 102 (Phelps St.)
From Route 30A turn onto Route 102. Marker before the intersection of the Jackson Summit
Road and Route 102