Michael* Werner1,2

#2491, born about 1647, died May 1747
Birth*about 16471,2 
Death*May 1747; aged 100 yrs.1,2 

Family

Child

Life Events

Hunter List*#8063 
Residence*Rheinfels on the Rhine, Germany 
Immigration*1710 
Last Edited12 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,West Camp Lutheran Churchbooks.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 1090.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 1090.

Anna Margaretha Unknown1

#2492, born before 1690
Birth*before 1690 
Marriage*between 1705 and 1712; Principal=Kilian* Minckler2,3 

Family

Kilian* Minckler born about 1678, died 20 February 1748
Child
Last Edited12 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 646.
  2. [S313] Church records,Germantown Ref. Chbk.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 644.

Kilian* Minckler1,2

#2493, born about 1678, died 20 February 1748
Birth*about 1678 
Marriage*between 1705 and 1712; Principal=Anna Margaretha Unknown1,2 
Death*20 February 1748; aged 701,2 

Family

Anna Margaretha Unknown born before 1690
Child

Life Events

Hunter List*#5133 
Immigration*1710 
Last Edited25 September 2006

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Germantown Ref. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 644.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 644.

Wendel* Jager1

#2494, born before 25 March 1683
Father*Hans Veltin Jager born about 1660
Mother*Apolonia Unknown born about 1660
Birth*before 25 March 1683; 6531 Oberdiebach, Germany 
Marriage*before 1709; Principal=Christina Elisabeth Keutzer?2 

Family

Christina Elisabeth Keutzer? born about 1690
Children

Life Events

Hunter List*#3383 
Immigration*1710 
Last Edited12 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 414.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 415.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 414.

Christina Elisabeth Keutzer?1

#2495, born about 1690
Birth*about 1690 
Marriage*before 1709; Principal=Wendel* Jager1 

Family

Wendel* Jager born before 25 March 1683
Children
Last Edited5 May 2000

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 415.

Hans Veltin Jager1

#2496, born about 1660
Birth*about 1660 
Marriage*Principal=Apolonia Unknown 

Family

Apolonia Unknown born about 1660
Child
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 414.

Apolonia Unknown

#2497, born about 1660
Birth*about 1660 
Marriage*Principal=Hans Veltin Jager 

Family

Hans Veltin Jager born about 1660
Child
Last Edited19 July 2007

Johann Jacob Jager

#2498, born about 1720
Father*Wendel* Jager born before 25 March 1683
Mother*Christina Elisabeth Keutzer? born about 1690
Birth*about 1720 
Marriage*Principal=Elisabetha Wiler 

Family

Elisabetha Wiler born about 1730
Children
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Red Hook Luth. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 415.

Elisabetha Wiler

#2499, born about 1730
Birth*about 1730 
Marriage*Principal=Johann Jacob Jager 

Family

Johann Jacob Jager born about 1720
Children
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Red Hook Luth. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 415.

Nicolaus Jager

#2500, born about 1755
Father*Johann Jacob Jager born about 1720
Mother*Elisabetha Wiler born about 1730
Birth*about 1755 
Last Edited27 February 2000

Elisabetha Jager1,2

#2501, born before 9 July 1754
Father*Johann Jacob Jager1,2 born about 1720
Mother*Elisabetha Wiler1,2 born about 1730
Birth*before 9 July 17541,2 
Baptism9 July 1754; sponsors were Jurri Jager and Geertruy Jager 
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Red Hook Luth. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 415.

Johannes Jager

#2502, born 19 October 1715
Father*Wendel* Jager born before 25 March 1683
Mother*Christina Elisabeth Keutzer? born about 1690
Birth*19 October 1715 
Baptismafter 19 October 1715; sponsors were Johann Berurer and Johann Werner Scaester1 
Marriage*had issue (see Jones, source); Principal=Maria Elisabetha Kuhn2 

Family

Maria Elisabetha Kuhn born about 1724?
ChartsDescendants of Johann Jacob Kuhn
Last Edited12 May 2003

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,West Camp Luth. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p.415.

Elisabetha Kuhn

#2503, born about 1715
Birth*about 1715 
Last Edited27 February 2000

Johann Georg Jager

#2504, born 23 April 1720
Father*Wendel* Jager born before 25 March 1683
Mother*Christina Elisabeth Keutzer? born about 1690
Birth*23 April 1720; Central Camp on East Bank, New York 
Baptismafter 23 April 1720; sponsors were Jacob Schaffer and Jurgen Sherts1 
Last Edited4 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,N. Y. City Luth. Chbk.

Roger Arnold

#2505, born about 1500?
Father*Arnholt ap Arnholt
Mother*Sybil Thomas
Birth*about 1500? 
Marriage*before 1520?; Principal=Joan Gamage 

Family

Joan Gamage born about 1500?
Child
Last Edited26 January 2003

Johann Peter Jager

#2506, born about 1710
Father*Wendel* Jager born before 25 March 1683
Mother*Christina Elisabeth Keutzer? born about 1690
Birth*about 1710 
Marriage*had issue (see source); Principal=Elisabetha Michel1,2 

Family

Elisabetha Michel born about 1710
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Germantown Ref. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 416.

Elisabetha Michel

#2507, born about 1710
Birth*about 1710 
Marriage*had issue (see source); Principal=Johann Peter Jager1,2 

Family

Johann Peter Jager born about 1710
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S313] Church records,Germantown Ref. Chbk.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 416.

Johannes* Reisdorph1

#2508, born before 1700
Birth*before 1700 
Marriage*before 1716; Principal=Anna Margaretha Coert?1 

Family

Anna Margaretha Coert? born before 1700
Child
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 768.

Anna Margaretha Coert?1

#2509, born before 1700
Birth*before 1700 
Marriage*before 1716; Principal=Johannes* Reisdorph1 

Family

Johannes* Reisdorph born before 1700
Child
Last Edited27 February 2000

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 768.

Wright Frost

#2510, born about 1676, died 28 March 1738
Relationship7th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Frost born before 1635, died 19 November 1719
Mother*Rebecca Wright born 1644
Birth*about 1676; Oyster Bay, L.I., New York 
Marriage*Principal=Mary Underhill 
Death*28 March 1738 

Family

Mary Underhill born 26 February 1677, died 1751
Last Edited27 February 2000

Mary Underhill

#2511, born 26 February 1677, died 1751
Birth*26 February 1677 
Marriage*Principal=Wright Frost 
Death*1751 
Burial*Frost Cemetery, Oyster Bay, L.I., New York 

Family

Wright Frost born about 1676, died 28 March 1738
Last Edited27 February 2000

Nicholas Wright

#2512, born about 1625
Relationship9th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Mother*Ellen Gylbert1
Birth*about 1625 
Marriage*before 1644?; Principal=Anne Unknown 

Family

Anne Unknown born about 1625
Child
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Our Ancestors
Last Edited4 June 2014

Anne Unknown

#2513, born about 1625
Relationship9th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Birth*about 1625 
Marriage*before 1644?; Principal=Nicholas Wright 

Family

Nicholas Wright born about 1625
Child
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Our Ancestors
Last Edited19 July 2007

Eleanor Unknown

#2514, born before 1680
Birth*before 1680; was granted letters of administration as his wife in the estate of William Frost Esq. of Oyster Bay. 
Marriage*after 1698; because Rebecca was still living at the time William made his will; Principal=William Frost 

Family

William Frost born before 1635, died 19 November 1719
Last Edited10 February 2003

Mattheus Van Etten

#2515, born 1748
Relationship1st cousin 6 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Jan Van Etten born 29 March 1713
Mother*Rachel Westfall born about 1720
Birth*1748; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York 
ChartsDescendants of Albertse Roosa
Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Last Edited26 March 2000

Robert Worden

#2516, born 1534, died 11 September 1580
Relationship12th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Worden born 1500, died 1574
Birth*1534; England 
Marriage*1568; Lancashire, England; Principal=Isobel Worthington1 
Death*11 September 1580; England2 

Family

Isobel Worthington born about 1540
Children

Life Events

DNA HG*J2b2 
DNA test*Several lines have been proven through the use of DNA testing3 
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Our Ancestors
Last Edited5 April 2014

Citations

  1. [S470] Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.
  2. [S496] George L. Bolton, Worden Origins (Decorah, IA: Anundsen Publishing Co., 1997), p. 122.
  3. [S424] Web page, DNA www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/Worden. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  4. [S494] Symons Genealogy.

Isobel Worthington

#2517, born about 1540
Relationship12th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Peter Worthington born about 1514, died 1577
Mother*Isabel Anderton1 born about 1520, died 1572
Birth*about 1540 
Marriage*1568; Lancashire, England; Principal=Robert Worden2 

Family

Robert Worden born 1534, died 11 September 1580
Children

Life Events

Residence*Blainscough, Lancashire, England3 
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#1)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#2)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#3)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#4)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#5)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#6)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#7)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#8)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#9)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#10)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#11)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#12)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#13)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#14)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#15)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#16)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#17)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#18)
Our Ancestors
Last Edited22 April 2007

Citations

  1. [S294] Worden Family Association, "Wordens Past", Vol. XXVI, Issue No. 2, August 2006.
  2. [S470] Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.
  3. [S494] Symons Genealogy.

William Worden

#2518, born 1500, died 1574
Much more copyrighted information is available. Especially see www.wordenfamilyassoc.org for Wordens Past articles, including “Damned Spots and other Notable Events in the Ancestry of Peter Worden I” by John R. Schuerman, Wordens Past February 2004
and www.wordenfamilyassoc.org.
Relationship13th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Birth*1500; England 
Death*1574; England 

Family

Children

Life Events

DNA HG*J2b2 
DNA test*Several lines have been proven through the use of DNA testing1 
Reference*2007; “Damned Spots and other Notable Events in the Ancestry of Peter Worden I” by John R. Schuerman, reprinted from Wordens Past February 2004

The publication of Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants by Gary Boyd Roberts (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2004) opens up entirely new vistas on the ancestry of the immigrant, Peter Worden I. Peter was born in about 1576 in Clayton, Lancashire, England. He immigrated to Cape Cod and died in 1638 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Peter's life in England and Massachusetts has been well described in previous articles in Wordens Past, notably in pieces by George Bolton. Bolton has identified Peter's father, Robert Worden (b. about 1534; d. 1580, Clayton-le-Woods, Lancashire) and grandfather, William Worden (b. 1500, Leyland, Lancashire; d. about 1574). To my knowledge, ancestors of William Worden have not been definitively traced.

Peter Worden I's mother was Isobel Worthington (d. 1580). This Worthington family has been traced back to Robert de Worthington (d. before 1213) by Philip M. Worthington in The Worthington Families of Medieval England.

Roberts has shown that Peter Worden I descended from William I, King of Scotland, through Isobel Worthington. Roberts's book also shows that four presidents of the United States are descendents of William: George Washington, Rutherford B. Hayes, and the two Presidents Bush. Hence, descendents of Peter are distant cousins of these presidents. Through an examination of the sources cited by Roberts and other sources, it is possible to identify many more ancestors of Peter, including a number of other kings of Scotland, kings of England before the Norman Conquest in 1066, and a couple of saints.

King William's great-great-grandfather was King Duncan I, who was murdered and succeeded by Macbeth in 1040. Macbeth was not an ancestor (he had no recorded children), although he was related to Duncan. Macbeth was subsequently killed in 1057 by Duncan's son who became King Malcolm III, also an ancestor of Peter Worden. Most of these early kings of the Scots and kings of England met violent deaths, after having engaged in a lot of mayhem themselves. As for saints, Malcolm III's second wife was Saint Margaret (d. 1093) who tried to make the Scottish church (and Scottish society) more Anglicized and European (to move away from its Celtic influences). Margaret was the daughter of Edward Aethling, known as "the Exile" because he was forced to go abroad when Cnut invaded England from Denmark. Edward Aethling wound up in Hungary where he married princess Agatha. Margaret's brother was Edgar Atheling, who asserted himself as King of England in 1066 but was brushed aside by William the Conqueror. This family descended from early Kings of England and of Wessex (based in what is now southwestern England), including Alfred the Great (d. 899) and going back to King Egbert of Wessex (d. 839). Margaret's maternal grandfather was Saint King Stephen (d. 1038) who is credited with having created Hungary. Also in the ancestry of King William I of Scotland are Scandinavian royalty (including King Sweyn Forkbeard, Cnut's father, d. 1014) who frequently attacked Scotland and England.

In this article, I want to focus on King William I of Scotland and his family. He was the brother of King Malcolm IV and the son of Henry, who was not a king. William was known as "the Lion" although that label was applied many years after his death. The ancestry from Peter Worden I to William is as follows:

Peter Worden I < Isobel Worthington (d. 1580) < Peter Worthington (d. 1577 Lancashire) < Agnes Rushton < Nicholas Rushton (d. 1508) < Agnes Sherborne < Robert Sherburne (d. 1485) < Richard Sherburne (d. 1441) < Richard Bayley (alias Sherburne) (d. 1448/9) < Margaret Sherburne < Alice Plumpton < Sir William Plumpton (d. 1362) < Lucy de Ros < Sir William de Ros < Sir William de Ros (d. 1310) < Isabel of Scotland < William I, the Lion, King of Scotland (d. 1214).

It should be noted that other ancestors of each of the individuals in this line, the Rushtons, the Sherburnes, the Plumptons, and the Roses can be traced further, but we focus here on King William.

Isabel was an illegitimate daughter of William, by an unnamed woman who was the daughter of Richard Avenal. William had a number of illegitimate children, apparently by various women. He also had legitimate children by his wife Ermengarde de Beaumont, including King Alexander II, his successor. In any event, it appears that William fully acknowledged his illegitimate offspring and with regard to Isabel, blessed her two marriages (probably having arranged them) to Robert de Brus and Robert de Ros. Robert de Ros, the father of Sir William de Ros above, was a Magna Charta Surety, which means that he was one of the gentlemen who witnessed King John's signing of the Magna Carta and pledged to assure that he would adhere to it, although John had no intention of doing so and civil war ensued.

King William was descended from other kings of the Scots, going back to Kenneth I (d. 858), thought of as the first king of the Scots, since he united the Picts in the north with the Scots in the south. Kenneth was descended from the first Scots, who were Irish (Celtic) invaders of the west coast of what is now Scotland in the fifth century (then called Dalriada). The early kings of Scotland seem to have been constantly engaged in warfare, with the Picts, the Scandinavians who frequently invaded, and the Northumbrians and other English tribes. Sometimes they were the invaders, sometimes the invaded. Sometimes the violence was intrafamilial.

William was King of the Scots from 1165 to 1214, a hundred years after William the Conqueror had united England under his rule. By this time, the primary external threat to Scotland was the English monarchs, who attempted (as they had before the Conquest) to assert authority over Scotland. The Scottish isles continued under the control of Norway.

William's grandfather, King David I, reigned over most of Scotland plus the northern part of what is now England. David granted the Earldom of Northumberland to William in 1152. The border counties, including Northumberland, were lost to King Henry II of England in 1157. Attempting to regain his foothold in northern England, William invaded Northumberland and Cumberland in 1173. He was captured at Alnwick and was forced to recognize Henry as the superior lord of Scotland by the treaty of Falaise. After Henry's death in 1189, William petitioned King Richard I to be relieved of his treaty obligations. Needing to raise cash for the third crusade, Richard accepted payment of about £6,500 and released William from allegiance. But King John brought a large army to Norham (seven miles west of Berwick-on-Tweed) in 1209 and forced William to make a large payment and turn over his two elder daughters for marriage into the English royal family. Although Scotland was nominally independent, William continued his submission to the English crown.

William's reign saw considerable development, including new towns outside the heartlands of the country. He died at Sterling and was buried in Arbroath Abbey, which he founded in honor of St. Thomas Becket.

Sources: Much of the research for the connection between Peter Worden I and King

William reported in Roberts was done by Sara Doherty of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. For Worthington, see Philip M. Worthington, The Worthington Families of Medieval England (Chichester, Sussex, England: Phillimore, 1985). The most authoritative works on Rushton (Riston, Rishton, and other spellings) are Dunkelhalgh Deeds, edited by G. A. Stocks and J. Tait (Manchester: The Chetham Society, 1921, vol. 80 of the Society's Remains, new series) and Richard Trappes-Lomax, A History of the Township and Manor of Clayton-le-Moors, co. Lancaster (Manchester: The Chetham Society, 1926, vol. 85 of the Society's Remains, new series). For Sherburne, see Thomas D. Whitaker, An History of the Original Parish of Whalley and Honor of Clitheroe, 4th ed. (London: G. Routledge, 1876; LDS films 924245, 924245 Items 1-2) and Thomas D. Whitaker and A. W. Morant, History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York, 3rd Ed., (Leeds: J. Dodgson, 1878; LDS film 476217, Item 1). These two Whitaker volumes also have information on other families including Rushton. For Plumpton, see Plumpton Correspondence, edited by Thomas Stapleton (London: The Camden Society, 1839, vol. 4 of the Society's publications). For Ros see George E. Cokayne, Complete Peerage (London: St. Catherine Press, 1910-1998, 14 Vols) and Frederick Lewis Weis, Magna Charta Sureties, 5th ed., additions by W. L. Sheppard, Jr. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999). Other sources for the Lancashire families mentioned here are Edward Baines, History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster (there were at least three editions of this, I have consulted the four volume 1836 edition, London: Fisher, Son & Co. and the five volume 1883-1893 edition, edited by James Croston, London: John Heywood, the two editions have different genealogical information) and the eight volume Victoria History of the County of Lancaster, William Farrer and J. Brownbill, eds. (London: Constable, 1906). Also of use are the various visitations of Lancashire and Yorkshire in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Much of our knowledge about ancient kings of Scotland and England comes from chronicles, some of which are contemporary descriptions and others composed many years later (scholars frequently argue about just when they were written and their veracity). There are translations (from Latin, Celtic, and Old English) and compilations of some of these chronicles. One that I have found useful is Early Sources of Scottish History, edited by Alan Orr Anderson (London: Oliver and Boyd, 1922). I have found the Oxford Companion to British History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997) invaluable for discussions of English and Scottish kings, other notables, battles, and places. There is also A. A. M. Duncan, Kingship of the Scots, 842-1292 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002). For general history, Norman Davies' The Isles, A History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999) is lively and argumentative. Also helpful is Philip A. Crowl, The Intelligent Traveler's Guide to Historic Scotland (New York: Congdon & Weed, 1981) which, besides giving a lot of history, will show you how to find the places in your heritage. Crowl has also written The Intelligent Traveler's Guide to Historic Britain but I have not looked at that.


John R. Schuerman, Ph.D., is Emeritus Professor in the School of Social Service Administration and Faculty Associate in the Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago. He does research on programs for children and is the author of books and papers on research and statistical methods and child welfare programs. He is the great-great-grandson of Naomi Worden, a descendent of Peter Worden I.2 
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Our Ancestors
Last Edited5 April 2014

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, DNA www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/Worden. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  2. [S424] Web page, http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~worden/royal_descent.htm. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  3. [S496] George L. Bolton, Worden Origins (Decorah, IA: Anundsen Publishing Co., 1997), p. 83.

Peter Worthington

#2519, born about 1514, died 1577
Relationship13th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Richard Worthington died 1526
Mother*Agnes Rushton1 born 1470, died 1556
Birth*about 15142 
Marriage*Principal=Isabel Anderton 
Death*15773 

Family

Isabel Anderton born about 1520, died 1572
Child
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#1)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#2)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#3)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#4)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#5)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#6)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#7)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#8)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#9)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#10)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#11)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#12)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#13)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#14)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#15)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#16)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#17)
Charlemagne - Multiple lines to Doris (#18)
Our Ancestors
Last Edited9 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S470] Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.
  2. [S496] George L. Bolton, Worden Origins (Decorah, IA: Anundsen Publishing Co., 1997), p. 83.
  3. [S294] Worden Family Association, "Wordens Past", Vol. XXVI, Issue No. 2, August 2006.

Isabel Anderton1

#2520, born about 1520, died 1572
Relationship13th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Birth*about 1520; Euxton, England 
Marriage*Principal=Peter Worthington 
Death*15721 

Family 1

Peter Worthington born about 1514, died 1577
Child

Family 2

Peter Worthington born 1514, died 1577
Child
ChartsDoris Muller - Pedigree
Doris's Pedigree - Box View
Isabel Coons - Pedigree
Our Ancestors
Last Edited18 March 2007

Citations

  1. [S470] Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.
  2. [S294] Worden Family Association, "Wordens Past", Vol. XXVI, Issue No. 2, August 2006.