Whitworth-791 Mary Jane Whitworth b 1833 Family Brickwall

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Mary Jane Whitworth b 1833  aka Jane Whitworth married Watson Kelly Scarborough about 1857. Her place of birth has been listed as Pennsylvania, Maryland, and/or England. Watson Kelly Scarborough was born and died in Maryland. They had six children; Mary Jane, George William, Andrew J, Anna Mary, Caleb H, and Charles W. All born in Maryland.

Thanks for any one that can help!
WikiTree profile: Jane Scarborough
asked in Genealogy Help by Louise Halpin G2G6 Mach 2 (28.6k points)

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I have found some information for you from Ancestry.

When Watson Kelly Scarborough was born in 1835 in Cecil, Maryland, USA, his father, Watson Scarborough, was 34 and his mother, Jane Gill, was 29. He married Mary Jane Witworth in 1858. He died on 27 February 1894 in his hometown at the age of 59, and was buried there.

Birth:

Watson Kelly Scarborough was born in 1835 in Cecil, Maryland, USA, to Jane Gill, age 29, and Watson Scarborough, age 34.

Watson Kelly Scarborough married Mary Jane Witworth in 1858 when he was 23 years old.

Watson Kelly Scarborough lived in Cecil, Maryland, USA, on 1 July 1863 and 1870.

Death of Father

His father Watson passed away on 2 November 1876 in Cecil, Maryland, USA, at the age of 74.

Residence

Watson Kelly Scarborough lived in Elkton, Maryland, USA, in 1880.

Death

Watson Kelly Scarborough died on 27 February 1894 in Cecil, Maryland, USA, when he was 59 years old.

There is a headstone picture on U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1700s-Current.

Name Watson Scarborough
Birth Date 1835
Birth Place Leeds, Cecil County, Maryland, United States of America
Death Date 27 Feb 1894
Death Place Leeds, Cecil County, Maryland, United States of America
Cemetery Leeds Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, United States of America
Has Bio? N
URL https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42758157

 

(Inscription on headstone) Plot: 'New' side Inscription: 58 yrs Too hard to read by something about his age and then a verse

Hope this helps. Best Regards,

Bob Walker
answered by Robert Walker G2G Crew (910 points)
Thank you for taking the time to take a look at my brick wall.

Unfortunately I already had the information you supplied but I do greatly appreciate the effort.

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