March 3, 2015
Alice Carmel writes:
Thanks for this blog, Russ.
I retired 6 mo ago and am doing my tree on ancestry.com synced to FamilyTreemaker3 for Mac. It is so much easier to amend than doing gedcoms for upload to Rootsweb WorldConnect.
I used to chat with you on Worthington-L when my mother was publishing the 1837 diary of Margaret Worthington. Mother passed away in Dec 2013 at age 100.
I have copies of her book “Daughter of Adena” for sale, and used copies as well as print to order copies are available on Amazon.
Today I have been studying ancestors of Robert the Quaker Worthington’s wife Margaret Mat(t)hews. If I succeed in verifying the line, it goes to William Wynter, treasurer of the royal navy under QE I, who also was in the battles with France and Spain–see the wiki about him if anyone is interested.
Thank you for the Query Alice.
March 21, 2014
Karla Corkran commented on To Submit a Query for the Worthington Surname
If you have a query that you would like to submit query for the Worthington Surname, please post a comment here. What …
Hi, I am the 5th Great Grandaughter of John William Worthington b 1759 VA d 1827 Newberry SC, married Elizabeth Davis. I was hoping to see if anyone knows whether John was a Rev. War Patriot or perhaps his father was, Samuel Worthington Sr. Both of them have dates of birth and death of that period of time.
I am in the DAR and got in through the James Spearman. James’s son Francis Spearman was married to the daughter of John William Worthington, Margaret Worthington (1794-1882 married to Francis Spearman).
Thanks in advance for any information you could give to me!
February 13, 2014
A Query from Don:
I have a lot of info on the Texas Worthington who surveyed Texas in 1830s. I do not know how he died or where. He descends from Robert the Quaker in PA.
Anyone have any information on this Texas Worthington?
November 30, 2013
Names: Alston WORTHINGTON
Dates: Birth 1817
Places: Home in 1850: Southern Division, Davidson, North Carolina
Relationships: SPOUSE: Margaret Worthington (b.1823)
CHILDREN: James W Worthington (b.1847), John K Worthington (b. 1849)
I am researching the Worthingtons of North Carolina. Alston WORTHINGTON is the oldest ancestor I can find. And he is also my brickwall.
I have a tree on ancestry.com that I am open to sharing if there are folks who can help me continue my search of “where did I come from?”
Ian: Great Query !! good details. Thank you
I’ll have to look at two of my lines that headed south.
Let’s see if one of my readers and help you.
November 17, 2013
The Anne White book includes a quote regarding Mary Tolley Worthington, first wife of Samuel (b.1734) “In honor of Mrs. Mary Worthington, wife of Samuel Worthington, who was born 21st day of March, 1744, and departed this life the first day of October 1777, Aged 37 years 6 months, leaving a disconsolate husband and 11 weeping children to lament their loss.
This amiable woman lived beloved and died lamented by both rich and poor. And her soul is gone to heaven above enjoying her dear redeemers love; While time shall roll and never end A blest eternity to spend.”
Do you know if that was an obit.?, inscription on her grave marker? or other?
November 8, 2013
Jade commented on To Submit a Query for the Worthington Surname
If you have in your database William Worthington (1 May 1761 – 5 Jun 1848) you might be interested in a documented account of at least some of his Revolutionary War record:
There is an updated version available upon request.
November 5, 2013
A question from a reader of this blog:
||Is this Worthington bunch any relationship to the Samuel Worthington that was killed in Texas in the early 1830’s?
Which “Worthington bunch” are you speaking of?
I know and have researched at least 4 Worthington lines in the USA starting about 1650. This Blog is not about any one of them, I am a descendant of one of the 4.
Please provide some additional information so that we can help you.
If you are a reader of this blog and know of a Samuel Worthington who was killed in Texas in the early 1830’a, please post a reply to drenshaw1.