* Searching the WORTHINGTON Surname*

Updated March 24, 2010


There are a number of Worthington families that came to the United States in the 1600's and 1700's. There are Four Worthington lines that I am researching. These lines will be presented in various forms on this User Home Page.

Thus far I have included:

The My Family History is on that of the Byberry Worthingtons. This is not the name of the family line, only the location where I first found them. Byberry is located on the City Limits of Philadelphia, PA.

A Family Tree Maker Book on the Charles Campbell Worthington (1854 - 1944), a descendant of Nicholas Worthington of New England.

Genealogy Report for: John Worthington, Jr (or Robert "Bobby Dunblaen" Worthington line)
Genealogy Report for: the Byberry, PA Worthingtons (of Pennsylvania)
Genealogy Report for: Capt. John Worthington (of Anne Arundel Co., Maryland)
Genealogy Report for: Robert de Worthington (old England)
Genealogy Report for: George Strode (of Chester Co., Pennsylvania)

There are Related Files pertaining to:

Samuel Worthington (1843-1897) and letters "home" from the Civil War, as well as a link to the Civil War unit that he served in.
Surname Listings from each of my Files.

There are Related Links to:

Links to various Worthington Research web sites.

Beside the Worthington Crests, I have added Photos so that others can see and help me identify who they are. Each will have as much information that I have from the back of the photo.

Updates will be provided as the data is received / found and verified.

Please feel free to email me.

Thank you.

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H R Worthington
139 Alexandria Drive
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
United States
Fax: 973-909-7002
rworthington@att.net

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  • Unknown Family Photo #1 (33 KB)
    Can anyone identify this family? Please Email me. Thank you. Russ
  • Worthington Crest (83 KB)
    Worthington Motto: "Virtute dignus avorum" or Worthy by virtue of their ancestors.
  • Josiah Wistar Worthington, Abt 1917 (32 KB)
    Josiah Wistar Worthington, Special Veterinary Unit, Kansas State Agriculture College. (special Thank You to Kansas State University)
  • Willits R, Elizabeth Traver Worthington & Children (19 KB)
    Willits Reeve, Elizabeth Traver Worthington and Children: Kathryn, Monroe, Josephine (in back).
  • Unidentified Worthington (18??) (26 KB)
    On the back is written (Worthingtons 18??). Please Contact: jimrobi@email.msn.com
  • Jesse Miles, husband of Elizabeth Amanda Reeve (5 KB)
    Photo back says: "Roxie R. Reeve - possibly father of Juliet & Roxie Reeve who served as missionaires in Africa. Any information, please email. Thank You !!! - 07/14/00 Update: This is Jesse Miles, husband of Elizabeth Amanda Reeve. Elizabeth was the daughter of Job and Hannah Reeve. Photograph by R. P. Knight" West Branch, Iowa. Thank you Ruth !!
  • Clara Margaret Worthington Anderson (36 KB)
    Compliments of jimrobi@email.msn.com
  • Another Worthington Crest (68 KB)
    Worthington Motto: "Virtute dignus avorum" or Worthy by virtue of their ancestors.
  • Willits Reeve Worthington (2 KB)
    Willits Reeve Worthington (1872 - 1942)
  • Unknown - 1 (6 KB)
    There is NO information on this individual. The photo is about 1" square. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Refer to this as Unknown-1. Thank you.
  • Parnham, England (40 KB)
    Photo of Parnham, England (details to follow)
  • Uncle Henry W.W. (10 KB)
    Is this Henry Wilson Worthington, Jr. s/o Henry Wilson and Elizabeth Willits Worthington. 1853-1938. "Uncle Henry". Question due to Letter from Ocean City to Sadie in 1910.
  • Douglas Purdy - 1897 - 1963 (4 KB)
    Douglas Purdy b: 03/29/1897 d: 03/30/1963. Hospital Photo May 1962
  • Unknown - 2 - K.S.A.C. (17 KB)
    I am trying to Identify this soldier. On the collar is K.S.A.C. The photograph has "Wolf Manhattan" stamped on it. I have another Wolf Manhattan photo of J.W.W. taken in 1917. Could Manhattan be in Kansas ??? Please refer to Unknown-2. Thank you.
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  • Lloyd and Fred Reeve, with their "Aunt Roxie". (20 KB)
    This was taken Sept 15, 1909 in Emporia, Kansas. These have now been identified by Cousin Ruth. Thank you. Thank you.
 

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