4 edition of Worthington families of medieval England found in the catalog.
Worthington families of medieval England
Philip Michael Worthington
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-300) and index.
|Statement||by Philip Michael Worthington.|
|LC Classifications||CS439 .W815 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 339 p. :|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||00303649|
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Information service (prepared by the Research Dept.), edition no. 131, November 1965.
The Worthington families of England between and The book includes biographical sketches of notable Worthington individuals from the Adlington, Blainscough, Charnock, Coppull, Livesey, Standish and other families.
The families dealt with are of Worthington, Blainscough, Shevington, Crawshaw, Lincolnshire and others. Get this from a library. The Worthington families of medieval England. [Philip Michael Worthington] -- The Worthington family of England between andincluding biographical sketches of notable Worthington individuals.
The Genealogy Of The Worthington Family () Paperback – Septem by George Worthington (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $Format: Paperback.
The genealogy of the Worthington family by George Worthington,s.n.] edition, in EnglishPages: An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The genealogy of the Worthington family by Worthington, George, 4n. Publication date Topics Worthington family, genealogy Publisher [Cleveland, Ohio: s.n.]Pages: The Worthington Families of Medieval England.
Chichester, England: Phillimore & Co., Ltd., Raines, Rev. Francis Robert, ed. The Visitation of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Made in the YearBy William Flower, Esq., Norroy King of Arms. Manchester, England: Chetham Soci Digital image at Google Books (free). In Worthington published his first polemical book, A Relation of Sixtene Martyrs, in which the recent executions of laity and priests in England were narrated while adding two ‘declarations’.
In the first he insisted that they suffered only for religion and not for treason as charged; in the second he argued that the ‘Secular priestes agree with the Jesuites’ (pp. 57–63), citing the praise of Cardinal Allen for. Name origin. In the middle ages there were two townships named Worthington - one near Standish in Lancashire and the other near Ashby-de la-Zouch in Leicestershire.
Both bore the name as early as ; in fact Worthington in Leicestershire appears in the Domesday Book. Please look at Eddies site.
It is full of interesting information and features. It shows the family tree dating back to His address is: He has researched back many generations, and links into a book written my Philip M Worthington, entitled The Worthington Families of Medieval England.
The Worthingtons are a historic English family from Lancashire, traceable to the beginning of the 13th century. The progenitor of the line was Worthington de Worthington (born ), and the family were Lords of the Manor of Worthington, Standish, Lancashire from the 13th to the 18th centuries.
The family seat was Worthington Hall, Standish, County Lancashire; partially demolished in the midth. A fun-loving, slightly off-beat family living in nineteenth-century England, they are a close-knit bunch with an appetite for amusement and adventure.
The only thing Worthington families of medieval England book than family ties are the dashing lords and lovely ladies that the members of the Worthington family fall head-over-heels in love with. The Worthington Families of Medieval England, by Philip M.
Worthington (), dealing with all known Worthington Worthington families of medieval England book from to ; Coopers and Customs Cutters - Worthingtons of Dover and Related Families, by Janet R.
Worthington (). In view of the vast amount of genealogical data on the internet, I am a little hesitant about trying to compile a listing of the medieval English 'family histories' available online.
By its nature, this listing is bound to be very incomplete, and - particularly for royalty and the higher reaches of nobility - much more information is available.
This volume of The Worthington Families of the Seventeenth Century covers the lines in Lancashire but also elsewhere in the world where their ancestry has been traced back to Lancashire; three in Lincolnshire, one in Warwickshire, one in Middlesex and one. In the Worthington 17th Century Project was formed at Wigan, Lancashire, England and the Worthington surname was registered with the Guild of One Name Studies, London.
The aim of the 17th Century Project is to research and publish a book on Worthington families. Worthington, Philip Michael. The Worthington Families of Medieval England. (Chichester, England: Phillimore & Co., Ltd., ).
PagesNot available online. Acknowledgements. Click the Changes tab to see the edits to this profile. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Magna Carta Project. Four books have already been published on Worthington genealogy, namely: • Genealogy of the Worthington Family, by George Worthington (), dealing with the descendants of Nicholas Worthington who sailed to America early in the seventeenth century; • The Worthington Families of Medieval England, by Philip M.
Worthington (), dealing with. The Worthington Families of Medieval England by Philip Michael Worthington | Waterstones This book can be found in: History > Local interest, family history & nostalgia > Family history & tracing ancestors History > Historical events & topics > Genealogy, heraldry, names & honours.
Early History of the Worthington family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Worthington research. Another 95 words (7 lines of text) covering the years,, and are included under the topic Early Worthington History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
The family's influence and power throughout medieval Cheshire is evidenced by the wreath on the Coat of Arms of the Borough of Congleton, which are the heraldic colours of the Venables family, as do the Arms of Northwich where the ship shown above the shield shows on its mainsail the wyvern of the Venables family.
From Armorial Families A Dictionary of Gentlemen of Coat-Armour. From The Worthington Families of Medieval England by Philip Michael Worthington. The Worthington Crest that I use for this Web Site. The Worthington Crest used by Cousin Michelle. In my brother's (Philip M.
Worthington's) book 'The Worthington Families of Medieval England', the above Edward features on pp. (Article ) and in Pedigree 1 (pp. 44/5). Revised Edition. London, England: Pinhorns, (Family History Library book A1 no.
) Directories of Noble Families [edit | edit source] The various compilations of peerages, baronetages, knights and landed families can be found in any decent public library, although they probably only have the current edition.
The ties that bound peasant families in medieval England User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. In the near-glut of historical family studies, this is the first clearly focused on evidence about families medieval, English, and peasant.
Hanawalt uses coroners' inquests. FamilySearch: Family Tree Robert Worthington Birth • Wilmslow, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom Death 18 February • Wilmslow, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom Parents Elizabeth Andrew • John Worthington Spouse Anne Worthington • Elizabeth Charlesworth • Martha Dutton Children Elen Worthington • Elizabeth Worthington.
Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online. Census records from to are also available on film through a Family History Center or at the Family History Library.
Poor Law Unions [edit | edit source] Ashby de la Zouch Poor Law Union, Leicestershire. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Noble families of the United Kingdom: Subcategories. This category has the following subcategories, out of total. (previous page) Burial sites of noble families of the United Scott family (England) (8 P).
Worthington, The Worthington Families of Medieval England," () p.Infifty years after the death of Thomas Dunham Whittaker, the compiler of. In this book I explore that question and propose a thesis: that the peasant family remained much the same throughout these two centuries of cataclysmic changes and, moreover, that the family was able to maintain its basic structure because it was a remarkably flexible institution, permitting the pursuit of a variety of options while retaining.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Michael Worthington books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Very readable reconstruction of peasant life in medieval England. I ADORE her use of accidental death records as historical evidence.
I know that sounds a bit grim, but it works. I am still on the fence as to whether I buy her take on family structure (core vs. stem), but that is a minor quibble in an otherwise solid bit of scholarship.4/5(24). Discover the best Medieval Historical Fiction in Best Sellers.
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This was about 15% of all the recorded Worthington's in the USA. Ohio had the highest population of Worthington families in “Genealogy of the Worthington Family Compiled by George Worthington Produced by Higginson Books.
All the Worthingtons in America are believed to have descended from Nicholas, who came to New England inand from Capt. John, who is first known of in Maryland inand who died April 9,leaving several sons. During lockdown in England: reserve online, pay by phone. Collection available in most shops.
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The record was compiled ina mere twenty years after the Norman Conquest, at the order of William the Conqueror. The fascinating story of the fortunes of one medieval family over the course of a century, from bestselling historians Frances and Joseph Gies The Pastons were members of the English gentry—a tiny group of roughly 1, households sandwiched between the ruling nobility and the peasants, and a rough analog for the contemporary “middle class.”.” Their existence was fairly typic/5(16).
Worthington Families in the Medieval EnglandChapter II The Worthington families adopted their name from two townships named Worthington, one near Standish in Lancashire and one near Ashy-de-la-Mouch in Leicestershire.
Both bore the name as early as ; in fact Worthington in Leicestshire appears in the Domesday Book. WORTHINGTON. Worthington is topographical in origin deriving its name from one of several places located in Lancashire called Worthintone or Leicestershire called Werditone.
The locations derive their names from the medieval English given names, Wurethtun and Worthigntun. Get this book in print.
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