SKETCH of THOMAS CHEW WORTHINGTON SHIPLEY, b. 4 Jan. 1859 d. 6 July 1928 married an ANNA MARCELLA CROSS b.5 Dec. 1851 d. 8 Feb. 1938. ANNA MATCELLA CROSS was the daughter of JESSE and MARCELLA MARIAN (nee WORTHINGTON) CROSS. We are not able to identify this MARCELLA MARIAN WORTHINGTON any further. We believe her to be a descendant of THOMAS and MARCELLA (OWINGS) WORTHINGTON: Please help.
Additional Information on the wives of REZIN HAMMOND WORTHINGTON: RACHEL SHIPLEY and MARY SHIPLEY were sisters, and daughters of THOMAS CHEW SHIPLEY by his wife ANN GRIFFITH HALL. THOMAS CHEW SHIPLEY was the son TALBOT and RACHEL (nee Owings) CHEW SHIPLEY. (RACHEL was the widow of SAMUEL CHEW). ANN GRIFFITH HALL was the daughter of NICHOLAS and ANN (nee) Griffith Hall.. Nicholas and Ann Hall are buried in at St. Georgels Cemetery, Harford County, Md.
SKETCH OF DOCTOR CHARLES WORTHINGTON, son of COLONEL NICHOLAS and CATHERINE (nee) GRIFFITH WORTHINGTON, b. 9 October 1759 in Anne Arundel County, Md. He served in the Continental Navy in the Revolutionary War. On 14 February 1788 he married ELIZABETH BOOTH. Their children were: i – NICHOLAS WORTHINGTON: ii – JOHN GRIFFITH (he went to Ohio): Catherine: iv – ELIZABETH ANNE: v – WILLIAM NICHOLAS. DOCTOR CHARLES WORTHINGTON lived in GEORGETOWN, Maryland. He died 10 September 1836.
SKETCH OF WILLIAM WORTHINGTON son of Captain John and Sarah (nee Howard)
Worthington, was born 8 January 1691 in Westminster Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. On 5 November 1717 he married SARAH HOMEWOOD, daughter of Captain JAMES and MARY nee PEASLEY) HOMEWOOD. WILLIAM WORTHINGTON died in late 1771; The nine children were: i –WORMOLL B. 27July 1719: ii MARY ANN b. 10 August 1722: iii SARAH WORTHINGTON b. 14 February 1725: iv RACHEL WORTHINGTON b: 10 March 1728: v Artema B. 1730; vi WILLIAM b.1734 d. 1746: vii- ARIANNA b. 20 October 1737: Ruth b. 5 October 1742: ix William Worthington b. 25 April 1746.
SKETCH OF SAMUEL WORTHINGTON (of Worthington Springs, Florida ) b. 1785 New Berry, S.C. d. 1857 Fla. mar. MARY _____His father, JOHN WORTHINGTON SR. NEW BERRY, S.C. His mother ELIZABETH DAVIS, dau. CHESLEY and MARY DAVIS ISSUE: 1 – JOHN 1821. Killed by Indians during the Indian war. 2 – Samuel H. 1823 – 1896 mar. Felicia Brown; 3 – Granville Hickman 1827- 1908 mar. SARAH ANN MARSTON; 4 – MARY ANN 1825 – 1907 mar. Langley Bryant: 5 – MARTHA JANE 1825 – 1906 mar. 1. TOMMY Jones, 2. John Sasser