NameLyman Barker Langworthy (1787)150
Birth DateOct 21, 1787750
Birth PlaceNew Lebanon, Columbia Co., New York
Death DateMar 26, 1880150
Death PlaceRochester, Monroe Co., New York
Burial PlaceMount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York
MotherMartha Barker (1767-1807)
Birth DateMar 17, 1788150,751
Birth PlaceQuebec, Canada
Death DateMay 17, 1862751
Death PlaceGreece, Monroe Co., New York
Marr DateSep 21, 1811750
Marr PlaceQuebec, Canada
ChildrenEmily (1813-1880)
 James McNeil (1814-1838)
 Andrew Jackson (1816-1900)
 Ann (1817->1863)
 Mary (1819-1819)
 Thomas Jefferson (1820-1862)
 Stillman Barker (1822-1853)
 Sidney Allcott (1824-1862)
 Henry Hobart (1826-1889)
 Elisha Perkins (1828-1862)
Notes for Lyman Barker Langworthy (1787)
According to William Franklin Langworthy (p223), he “followed his father’s trade” as a clock and watch maker, goldsmith and jeweler.

He moved to Quebec before the War of 1812, and married his wife there. After the war broke out they moved back to Ballston Spa, bringing with them “such articles of jewelry, watches and small articles could be packed in our trucks and sewed in my wife’s underclothes”.

In Ballston Spa he entered into the hardware business while, according to George Barton Culten (The Silversmiths, Watchmakers and Jewelers of the State of New York outside of New York City, p11), he continued as a silversmith and jeweler until about1823.

He moved to Rochester, NY in 1825 where he continued in the hardware business but had success in several endeavors in the course of his long life.

Census Tracking:
* 1820 - Milton, Saratoga Co., NY
* 1830 - Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
* 1840 - Greece, Monroe Co., NY
* 1850 - Greece, Monroe Co., NY
* 1855 State Census of NY, Monroe Co., Greece
* 1860 - Greece, Monroe Co., NY
* 1870 - Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
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