Publications For Sale

The Worthington Families of Medieval England, 1985 by Philip M. Worthington, BSc(Eng), CEng, FICE
The Knoll House, Knossington, Oakham, Rutland LE15 8LT, England; phone: 44 (0)1664 454315
email: worthington.philip@hotmail.co.uk
£25 plus postage and packing.
The Worthington families of England between 1200 and 1600. The book includes biographical sketches of 120 notable Worthington individuals from the Adlington, Blainscough, Charnock, Coppull, Livesey, Standish and other families.



The Worthingtons of Failsworth and their Descendants, 2005 by Philip M. Worthington, BSc(Eng), CEng, FICE
The Knoll House, Knossington, Oakham, Rutland LE15 8LT, England; phone: 44 (0)1664 454315
email: worthington.philip@hotmail.co.uk
£25 plus postage and packing.
This opens in 1572 in Failsworth, near Manchester, and traces that line through 12 generations. Other lines and cadet branches covered include the Worthingtons of Waterhouses, Woodhouses, Rochdale, Old Trafford, Manchester and Audenshaw, all in Lancashire and Werneth in Cheshire.

Coopers & Customs Cutters – Worthingtons of Dover and Related Families 1560-1906, 1997 by Janet R Worthington,
PO Box 1633, North Sydney NSW 2059, Australia,
phone: 61 (0) 9929 0962
email: jan.worthington17@gmail.com
£25 plus postage and packing
The Worthington family of Dover were prominent in Kent in the 18th and 19th centuries, as barrel-makers, and, oddly, as Customs Service officers. This exploration of their family history adds significantly to published Worthington genealogy.

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Books for Sale

The Worthington Families of Medieval England

The Worthingtons of Failsworth and their Descendants

Coopers & Customs Cutters, Worthingtons of Dover and Related Families, 1560-1906