Land Granted to Samuel Worthington Jr. then of Frederick Co, Vir. In Hampshire Co. Vir. – By Thomas Lord Fairfax – The Right Honoruable Thomas Fairfax, Baron of Cameron in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland, Proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia. To all to whom this present writing shall come, sends GREETING: Know ye that for good causes for in consideration of the compostion to me paid and for the annual rent herein after reserved. I have given granted and confirmed unto, Samuel Worthington Jr. of Frederick County a certain tract of waste and granted land near Patterson’s Creek in Hampershire Co; containing two hundred and ninety one Acres, assigns forever, He, the said Samuel Worthington and his heirs forever. Given at my office in the Frederick County under my hand and seal. Dated the 12th. Day or September 1770. Tho. Day Martin Seal, Samuel was the son of Samuel Worthington Sr. and Mary Simcock and brother to Robert called “Bobby Dunblaen”
Sketch of Samuel Worthington b. 31 Dec. 1687 at Marley, Cheshire __land d. 17_9 Orange Co. Va. m. Sarah Simcock D/O Jacob and Alice __aris) Simcock b. 18 Sept. 1696 at Ridley, Cheshire, Eng. after d. 1717. Samuel was the first member of this family to migrate to America. He was married out of his church and they were disowned by the Quakers for marrying out of unity: but they were reinstated. Issue: Robert, Sarah, Alice, m. James Boddingham (2) Henry Walton Samuel, Martha m. _____ Swen.
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