Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 1 1983 – Worthington, Edward

December 1, 2009

Captain Edward Worthington

Worthington’s Station or Fort in Lincoln County, four mi. S.E. of Danville, Ky settled in 1779 by Capt. Edward Worthington one of the “Long Hunters”. Member of House of Representatives included Edward Worthington in 1818.


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 3, Page 2 1983 – Worthington, Samuel

November 30, 2009

Chronicles of Oklahome

Location of the county seat of Jonesboro was accomplished by a board of commissions after Shawneetown had to be abandoned because it had became Indian Terretory Oct. 22, 1832. Thomas P. Esdridge, a Judge had before him Wm. Collier, Chs. Burkham, Travis Wright and Samuel Worthington, commissioners appointed by the Act of the legislature of Arkansas to locate the seat of government of justice in the county of Miller Co. Arkansas and more distinctly to define the county borderline

Contributed by Mrs. J.W. Devlin Rt. 1 Depout, Tx. 75435


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 2, Page 6 – Worthington, Jacob

July 21, 2009

SKETCH OF JACOB WORTHINGTON: 1695 King’s Co. Ireland, died 1748 in Frederick Co., Va. mar. Abigail Borden. Issue: Esther Worthington; Rachel; Elizabeth


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 2, Page 6 – Worthington, Sarah

July 21, 2009

SKETCH OF SARAH WORTHINGTON:  1719-1745 born in Delaware Co., Pa. died in Frederick Co., Va. mar Robert Hayes. Issue: Joseph Hayes


Worthington Descendants – Vol 1, No 2, Page 6 – Worthington, Robert

July 21, 2009

SKETCH OF ROBERT WORTHINGTON: 1740-1778 born in Frederick Co. Va. died in. Va. mar. Rachel D/O Thomas and Elizabeth Mason. Robert’s will was proved in Wesmoreland Co. Pa. in 1778, where he resided in Mount Pleasant Twp. His name appears on a list of Colonial soldiers from Augusta Co., at Virginia State Library. Issue: Joseph 1774 q.v.: Elizabeth Worthington mar. Lucas Smith Gibbs of Philadelphia.


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