NameDavid Langworthy (1818)650
Birth DateOct 6, 1818650,649
Birth PlaceRhode Island
Death Date19022024
MotherSarah Nichols (1794-1889)
Birth DateMar 18271669
Birth PlaceConnecticut
FatherPeleg Clarke (1794-)
MotherFannie Spicer (ca1799-)
Marr Dateca 18451669
ChildrenSarah Frances (ca1849-)
 John D. (ca1869-)
Notes for David Langworthy (1818)
The 1850 Census says he was a tanner; in the 1860 Census he was a ship joiner.

The Mystic Seaport now owns a Langworthy House. Their website says:

Part of this house was standing when brothers George, Clark and Thomas Greenman purchased the surrounding land in 1837 and founded the George Greenman & Co. Shipyard. They lived here until George Greenman built his house next door in 1839. About 1849 the 1 ½-story house on this site was raised up and a new first floor and a two-story ell were added. For nearly 50 years it then served as a boardinghouse for ship carpenters and other laborers, run by ship joiner David Langworthy (1818-1902) and his wife Fanny. The Langworthy House will be restored as an exhibit building.

WFL says they had four children, but only one lived to maturity. However the 1900 census says they had had three children, all of whom were still living.

Census Tracking:
* 1850 - North Stonington, New London Co., CT
* 1860 - Stonington, New London Co., CT
* 1870 - Stonington, New London Co., CT
* 1880 - Stonington, New London Co., CT
* 1900 - Stonington, New London Co., CT
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