140. LANGWORTHY7 ALMY (Benjamin6, John5, William4, Christopher3-2, William1),b. Portsmouth, RI, 20 Aug 1794; d. 28 Mar 1874.
He m. Dartmouth, MA, 12 Apr 1818, EDITH G. MACOMBER, dau of Perry and Rachel (Gifford) Macomber.
|i||PHEBE8, m. 17 Jan 1842, WILLIAM E. CHASE. Children: 1. Elizabeth B. Chase; m. Russell W. Reynolds. 2. Sarah Almy Chase; m. William Valentine.|
|273||ii||WILLIAM M., b. about 1820; d. 1885; m. GENEVRA ALLEN. b. Tiverton, RI, 1826; d. 1903.|
|iii||HANNAH T., b. Fall River, MA, 1823; m. 1 Oct 1846, THOMAS ALMY (Almy Descendant No. 1239-2126) b. Tiverton, RI, 28 Feb 1819; d. San Rafael, CA, 7 May 1882; son of Thomas and Lydia (Bailey) Almy.|
|v||CHARLOTTE E., b. MA, 1826; unmarried.|
Langworthy Almy served 60 or more days between April and July 1913 in the War of 1812 as an Ensign in Captain Rowland Brown's Company, RI Militia.
Pension files indicate he resided in Bristol County, MA, in 1855 and Fall River, Bristol County in 1871.
Following are the Langworthy Almy households in the Federal censuses for Fall River, MA.
1850: Langworthy 55, molder, b. RI; Edith 55, b. MA; and Charlotte E. 23, b. MA.
1860: Langworthy 65, works in Neighbors Foundry; Edith G. 65; and Charlotte E. 33, teacher.
1870: Langworthy 72, carpenter, b. RI; Edith 72, b. MA; Charlotte 32; and Eva 17.
REFERENCES: FAMILY RECORDS; FEDERAL CENSUSES; HISTORIC FAM p. 46; LAWTON p. 51; MAVR, Dartmouth; RIHS/MS.