Notes for Nicholas Worthington: Nicholas was the first and probably the only Worthington's that came to New England, he settled first in Saybrook Conn. Abt. 1649 or 50, and then in Harford, Conn.
Nicholas was a considerable Landholder near Liverpool, County Lancaster. During the second civil war in England, Nicholas fought in the Cromwellian Wars, in which his entire estate was confiscated when the monarchy was overthrown. Cromwell confiscated many royal and aristocratic land holdings during his tenure in power. It was in the year 1649 that Nicholas left England, which is the year his great King was beheaded. From files of Ralph Worthington V of NYC, NY 3/10/04
At Hartford, CT. the county records show the name of Nick Worthington as having taken the oath of Allegiance, Feb. 8, 1678 From Genealogy of the Worthington Family by George Worthington 1894 Produced by Higginson Books
A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, before 1692 By Savage's
More About Nicholas Worthington and Sara Bunce: Marriage: Abt. 1668
More About Nicholas Worthington and Susanna: Marriage: 1676
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