Person:Asenath Langworthy (1)

Watchers
  1. Julia A. LangworthyBet 1810 & 1811 - 1852
  2. Robert LangworthyAbt 1816 - 1893
  3. Hannah B. Langworthy1820 - 1903
  4. Tacy Langworthy - 1858
  5. Asenath Langworthy1825 - 1900
m. 10 Feb 1859
Facts and Events
Name Asenath Langworthy
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1 Dec 1825 Brookfield, Madison, New York, United States
Marriage 10 Feb 1859 to Lorenzo Burdick
Death[1] 10 Jul 1900 DeRuyter, Madison, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    56:31:494, July 30, 1900.

    Asenath Langworthy Burdick, daughter of Deacon Saunders and Mercy Babcock Langworthy, and wife of the late Lorenzo Burdick was born in Brookfield, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1825.
    She was the youngest of a large family of children, all of whom have passed to their reward, except Mrs. Hannah Colegrove, of Farina, Ill. In youth she made a public profession of religion and joined the Second Brookfield church, and on settling in De Ruyter, joined the Seventh-day Baptist church here. Being called to DeRuyter on account of the protracted illness of her sister, Mrs. Tacy Burdick, she patiently cared for her till her death in 1857, and tenderly took charge of her three boys.
    On Feb 10, 1859, she was married to Mr. Burdick, and four children blessed their home: Charles K., now of Chicago; Mary L., who died nine years ago; Celia A. and Nettie J. who have tenderly cared for their mother in her advancing years. After Mr. Burdick's death in 1883, much of her time has been spent in nursing the sick, where her kindness and care were a great blessing to the afflicted. For some time her health has been failing, but so patient was she, it was a privilege to care for her, and the daughters and Edgar L. and family, who live near by, were constant in their attention till she passed away, July 10, 1900.
    The services were held at the church Sabbath afternoon and her Christian life will be long remembered. L. R. S.