Sorry I have not answered before, been neck deep in getting my husband's BRYANT line out to another researcher.
I do have some info on WASHAM/WORSHAM and DICKEY lines; however, I have not done much research on them as yet and mostly have what my husband's cousin (who is now deceased) gave me awhile ago, but no sources. We were going to work together on these lines, and she planned to send me her sources and more info, but her husband became ill and died, then she became ill and died.
Thank you for the info on the 1850 White River, Johnson Co., IN census. I will check that out soon.
I do have John J. as Ruth Washam/Worsham's brother. I have 12 siblings for Ruth with birth/death dates (no proof).
On Ruth's (and John DICKEY's) children, I only have Mary A. DICKEY who married Francis M. NEWBOLD/NEWBOULD in 1859. I'm sure they had more children, but right now, I don't have them.
Regarding Jeremiah? DICKEY, age 10 in the 1850 Johnson Co, IN census, he very well could be Ruth's son, named for her father or brother, Jeremiah.
Last year, Norman's (my husband) cousin lent me some pictures to put on the computer, in the box was a "Deed of
Conveyance" for Ruth's brother, Jeremiah and wife Mariah WORSHAM for Koscisko County, IN. Nothing was attached, so there was no info on the property. I thought this was interesting, because they moved around so much and this gave me another place to look for info.
Just recently, I found a bio of Jeremiah Jr. in the "History of Marshall Co, IN". It was emailed to me by a lady who had a copy of the history. She neglected to put the date on the history, but I imagine our Indiana State Library would have it.
Just as soon as the weather gets warmer, I will go to Harrisburg, Fayette Co, and check out the DICKEY Family Cemetery. If there are tombstones, we will take pictures of them. I don't know if Ruth's husband, John DICKEY is buried there or not. I have a Jacob Kellam as second husband for Ruth. Do you?
Would you be interested in exchanging info? You may get the short end of the stick, since I am just starting my research on the DICKEY/WASHAM-WORSHAM lines. If so, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I do have a photo of Ruth's daughter, Mary A. (Dickey) Newbold and another of Mary's husband, Francis Marion Newbold. I will check to see if I have a picture of any Washam/Worshams on my disk.
Thank you for the information. Hopefully, I might be able to help you too.