Re: Randall Woodworth 1850's Arkansas
My records show a RANDALL J. WOODWORTH, born about 1837 in one of three different places:Vermont, Ohio or Pennsylvania.According to the Census Records, he was a clock peddler.I have him in the 1880, 1900 and 1910 Census Records for Carroll Co., AR (Osage/Delmar Twp).
RANDALL married ESTHER HETTIE BINAM of Delmar, Carroll Co., AR on 24 Oct 1875.She was born in about 1857 at Delmar.She could have been a PHILLIPS, but I have her as a BINAM.There were PHILLIPS family members in that area at that time and it is quite feasible that she could have been a PHILLIPS, who married a BINAM before marrying RANDALL WOODWORTH.(Speculation, of course).
I do not know the burial location for RANDALL or his wife.His oldest son, TILDON H. WOODWORTH and his wife, ZODA SIMS, are buried in the Hill Top Cemetery at Hill Top in Boone Co., AR.Some members of this particular SIMS family are also buried in that cemetery.
RANDALL could be buried on the Woodworth farm at the upper end of the Osage Creek in Carroll Co., AR, near the old ALFORD farm.Another place he could be buried would be at Compton (Newton Co., AR) in the Plumlee Cemetery, although there is no marker for either him or his wife in that cemetery.Also, there is no marker for either of them in the Shady Grove Cemetery at Delmar.
I had never known the name of RANDALL's father until I saw your query in GenForum.
RANDALL and his wife had eleven children:Tildon H., Charles G., Malissa, Margaret, Thurlow, Richard, Joseph, Job, Bessie, Robert and Lydia.I can remember Tildon, Thurlow and Joseph, and also several of Tildon's children.My grandparents, Willie and Vonie SISCO, ran the postoffice and general store at Delmar and I can remember the Woodworths coming to the store.
Some of my families married into the Woodworth family, SIMS and ALFORD.I will send you all I have on this family in a separate E-mail.
Although I have not answered all your questions, perhaps this will be of some help.