Contacts - President and Council

President Australia :
Janet R Worthington,
PO Box 1633, North Sydney NSW 2059 ,
email: jan.worthington17@gmail.com

Secretary UK :
Philip M Worthington,
The Knoll House Knossington Oakham Rutland LE15 8LT,
email: Worthington.philip@hotmail.co.uk

Treasurer UK:
Stephen Read,
Black Castle Levens Kendal Cumbria LA8 8PA
email: castleblack@btinternet.com

Councillor UK :
Sidney Worthington,
Mulberry Cottage Cranleigh Road Wonersh Guildford Surrey GU5 0PD
email: snowstorm@btinternet.com

Councillor USA :
William C Worthington,
2704 Diericx Drive Mountain View California 94040
email: genworthy@comcast.net

Members

ABBREVIATED LIST OF MEMBERS. January, 2015

BERWICK. Gillian M, Victoria, Australia.

BRADBURY, Sarah Ruth Shaw (Sally), California, USA. Volunteer with Family Search Indexing; retired owner of Retirement Planning and Administration firm.

CLARK, Donald John, New South Wales, Australia. Director, Worthington Clark Pty Ltd., genealogists and asset researchers

COURAGE, Rosalie Frances (born Worthington), Hampshire, United Kingdom.

CROLL, Patricia Susan, Hampshire, United Kingdom

FORD, Martyn, BA, MA, Swansea, United Kingdom. Barrister.

FRANKLIN, Cynthia R, BA, New Jersey, USA. Owner garden centre; formerly military defence for 18 years; special events coordinator - non profit. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

GRADELESS, Dr. Donald E., PhD, Indiana, USA. Member of the Hereditary Order of the Descendants of Loyalists and Patriots of the American Revolution; past president of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Indiana and the State of Wisconsin. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

GROSS, Thomas Worthington, BA (History), Virginia, USA. Energy policy analyst for Chubic Electric Power Company (Japanese utility); volunteer, Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. In the Society: treasurer - USA.

LAWRENCE, Heather Anne (born Worthington), BA, DipEd, , Sussex, United Kingdom. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

METZ, Craig Huseman, Washington DC, USA. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

PALMER, David Townsend, MLS, Hong Kong. FT DNA Palmer Project Administrator. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project; co-administrator DNA Project.

PEARRE, Worthington Peter, Maryland, USA. Architect. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

PERKINS, Anne Judith (Judy), Rushden, United Kingdom.

READ, Stephen, MA, Cumbria, United Kingdom. Retired solicitor; diploma in local history. In the Society: councillor and treasurer; member 17th-Century Project.

RICKARDS, Lawrence, Washington DC, USA. Genealogical researcher since the early 1990s.

RUTHERFORD, Muriel, BA (Medieval & Modern History), DipEd, Cumbria, United Kingdom. Retired Head, The Manor School, Cheadle, Cheshire. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

SCORSONE, Suzanne Rozell, PhD, Social Anthropology, University of Toronto. Director of Research, Archdiocese of Toronto.

SMITH, Louise Whitridge Hicks, BA(Fine Arts), Virginia, USA. Studied the art history of heraldry. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WARD, Patricia Grace (born Worthington), Virginia, USA. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WEBBER, Susan Pemberton, BA, Virginia, USA. State treasurer - the Huguenot Society of Virginia; chapter treasurer - VADAR; incorporating officer and officer and director of Friends of the Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg; former travel consultant.

WILSON, Harriotte Worthington (aka Hallie), BA (Sociology and Anthropology), Connecticut, USA. Member, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America (active member in good standing, chapter in state of Kentucky; courtesy member in good standing, chapter in state of Connecticut). Community Volunteer of Natchaug Hospital, serving on the Development Committee. Executive Assistant to the Vice-President of Finance, University of Connecticut Foundation. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project. (member since 1 October 2005).

WORTHINGTON, Addison, Maryland, USA. Author of two genealogical books. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Constance, BA cum laude, Rhode Island, USA. Former teacher, charity executive; now community volunteer. Rhode Island AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) Philanthropic Citizen of the Year 2009.

WORTHINGTON, Donald J., Florida, USA. Retired professional engineer and mechanical contractor. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Henry Russell, New Jersey, USA. 4 years US Coast Guard, 30 years AT&T Inc. In the Society: member 17th- Century Project

WORTHINGTON, Colonel Henry Wilson IV (Will), MS (Civil Engineering), Arizona , USA. Formerly US Army Corps of Engineers and US Bureau of Reclamation water projects design manager.

WORTHINGTON, Ian Alan, OBE, France. Former HM Ambassador to the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Janet Robyn, FSAG, DipFHS, NZRN, JP, New South Wales, Australia. Professional genealogist, Jan Worthington Genealogy; past vice-president and councillor of the Society of Australian Genealogists; 2012 Professional Achievement Award of the Association of Professional Genealogists; author of book on the Worthingtons of Dover, 1560 to 1906. In the Society: president; webmaster; sponsor, member and chairman 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Dr. Jeremy Richard, MD, Massachusetts, USA. Educated England, University of Bologna, Italy. Specialised in neurology in Massachusetts. Practising neurologist since 1978.

WORTHINGTON, Dr Josiah Wistar, Jr, PhD (Horticulture), Texas, USA. 1956 to 1960 US Army; 1960 to 1968 Graduate School, Texas A&M University; 1969 to 1998 research horticulturalist, Texas A&M University.

WORTHINGTON, Judith Sonia May, BSc, JP, Rutland, United Kingdom. Former vice-chairman University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Marcus Morton, BA (History & English), MA (Liberal Studies), Connecticut, USA.. Retired high school teacher (English & US history); coach (football & women's rowing); SP4 chaplain assistant in US Army.

WORTHINGTON, Max Glen, Utah, USA. Career in Telecommunications Industries with multiple corporate officer positions.

WORTHINGTON, Michael William, BA/LLB (Arts/Law), Australia. Senior manager Australian Taxation Office. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Miranda Elizabeth, BA (Psychology with Philosophy), Rutland, United Kingdom. Senior policy advisor at HM Treasury. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Philip George, MSc, Hampshire, United Kingdom. Logistics engineer. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Philip Michael, BSc(Eng), CEng, FICE. Rutland, United Kingdom. Retired consulting engineer; author of two books on Worthington history. In the Society: councillor, secretary and archivist; sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Robert Paul, DipFA, Cheshire, United Kingdom. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Roger, Queensland, Australia. Retired IT professional. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Sarah, BEd and Teaching Diploma, New South Wales, Australia.

WORTHINGTON, Dr. Sidney, MA, MB, BCh, Surrey, United Kingdom. In the Society: councillor, sponsor and member 17th-Century Project; administrator DNA Project.

WORTHINGTON, Stuart Gibson, Malaga, Spain. Former textile manufacturer and JP, freeman of the City of London. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Susan B, MNZM, BA, Dip A Hons, EGS Dip Hons, Tchg Dip, Kapiti, New Zealand. Internationally recognised Contemporary Botanical Artist. Graduate of the English Garden School's Diploma Course in Botanical Painting and Illustration.

WORTHINGTON, Suzanne M., California, USA. In the Society: membership secretary and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Thomas Carroll, Maryland, USA. In the Society: member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Thomas Simon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

WORTHINGTON, T. H. Lloyd, Cheshire, United Kingdom. Retired banker. In the Society: sponsor and member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, Walter Geoff, BSc(Comp.Sci.), New Zealand. Principal program manager at Oracle. In the Society; member 17th-Century Project.

WORTHINGTON, William Chesley, BA, California, USA. Volunteer and docent at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View. In the Society: councillor; member and indexer 17th-Century Project.

 

Membership Benefits

Registers and summaries, 17th Century Project, back issues of publications, Pedigree Charts.

How to Join

For information to join the Worthington Family History Society.

DNA Project

The results can prove family ties within genealogical time up to 1000 years.

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