Sketch of Glenn Hood Worthington – was a Chief Judge. He spent most of his boyhood days on his father’s farm. He went to public schools, then to Frederick City College. He began teaching in the public schools to pay his way while he studied law. He taught for two years, while attending the School of Law of the University of Maryland from which he graduated in May, 1887. He returned to Frederick and was appointed School Examiner in 1888: a position he held for almost four years until he resigned.
Sketch of John T. Worthington 31 March 1826-1902 m. Mary R. Simmons John T. died in the village of Urbana, Frederick Co., Md. He was one of the best known and leading agriculturist of Frederick County, and was highly respected by all who knew him. Politically he was an adherent of the Democratic Party, and he was affiliated in a religious way with the Protestant Episcopal Church: Issue John Henry a merchant of Stauton, Va.; Glenn Hood, Clark, Jane, m. Elizabeth Griffith
Sketch of John Hood Worthington and at least two of his brothers removed to Frederick County, Md. Issue: Nicholas J. 1824-1902 m. Sarah Elizabeth Issue: Nicholas J. m. Alice Issue: Alice S. 1843-1890, Albert S. 1869, Mary.
Sketch of Charles Worthington m. Elvinia. He is listed as being an innkeeper in Creagerstown, in Frederick County, Md. Issue: Walter, Hood, Comfort, Henry Clay, Thomas, James
Sketch of Adaline Eliza (Downs) Worthington b. 27 Aug. 1841 near Chilicothe, Ohio. The D/O Benjamin and Leah Jane (Walker) Downs. She married George Gilbert Worthington on 17 July 1870 at Mountmorency, Indiana. She was his second wife. Following the death of George Worthington she moved to Newark, New Jersey. She is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery, Hillside, New Jersey.
Sketch of George Gilbert Worthington on 1826-1895 born at Bustleton, Pa. S/O Mahlon and Matilda (Edwards) Worthington. On 9 Dec. 1852 in Philadelphia, he married Annie F. Johnson, D/O Benjamin and Ann Johnson. Annie Johnson died 7 Nov. 1868. In 1857 George moved to Champaign, Illinois. In 1860 he moved to Loda, where he helped to found a Methodist Church. He moved in 1870 to Lafayette, Indiana. He lived in Shelby Township, Tippicanoe County. He helped to start a church in Lafayette and served as a lay preacher. In 1872 he moved back to the Philadelphia and Bucks Co. area. He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Hillside, New Jersey.
Sketch of Rachel Worthington 1737-1802 m. Cornelius Howard, S/O Joseph and Mary (Keith) Howard; Rachel’s Dowry “Worthingtons Range” Issue: Brice Howard member of Committee of Observation and Captain of Anne Arundel Militea *
* Note: as printed