NameJoseph Langworthy (1735/6)129,130
Birth DateMar 7, 1735/617,18
Birth PlaceStonington, New London Co., Connecticut
Death DateOct 10, 1823131,132,133
Death PlaceWaltham, Vermont
Burial PlaceSunset View Cemetery, Waltham, VT134
FatherJoseph Langworthy (1710) (1710->1771)
MotherElizabeth Burdick (~1706-)
Birth DateJul 28, 1739135
Birth PlacePreston, Conn.
Death DateDec 3, 1823131,132,136
Death PlaceNear Vergennes, Vt.
Burial PlaceSunset View Cemetery, Waltham, VT134
FatherJames MacWithey (-1785)
MotherJudith Luce (1705-)
ChildrenRobert (ca1760-1828)
 Elizabeth (1761-1829)
 Anne (1764-)
 Amy (1765-1857)
 Elisha Perkins (1766-1827)
 Asher (1770-1857)
 Sheffield (1775-1831)
 Rosamund (ca1777-)
 Asahel (ca1778-ca1832)
Notes for Joseph Langworthy (1735/6)
The following is an extended quote from “The Langworthy Family” by William F. Langworthy:

His grandson, Lyman Barker Langworthy of Rochester, NY, wrote: "He was a man of most indomitable perseverance and industry and even at 80 years of age, he would not consent that any of his laborers should mow around him or hoe his row more speedily. He used to say ' Any one who does not work as fast as I do is lazy and he that works faster does not do his work well.’" At one time he lived in Plainfield, Conn., as shown by the public records. He is said to have lived in Plainfield and Sheffield, Mass., before locating at Waltham, Vt. One son was named Sheffield which is thought to indicate the place of his birth. Dr. Charles Ford Langworthy, his descendant, said that the records showed that he served in the Revolutionary Army but deserted. Probably the support of his large family demanded his presence.6

In 1816 he was in the town of Waltham, Addison Co., Vermont and was taxed on 50 acres with a house.

Census Tracking:
* 1790 - New Haven, Addison Co., Vermont
* 1800 - Waltham, Addison Co., Vermont
* 1810 - Walsham, Franklin Co., Vermont (Landorthy)
* 1820 - Waltham, Addison Co., Vermont
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