Worthington Family History Society

Worthington Family History Society

The Worthington Family History Society is a world wide society researching and publishing information on the lives and genealogies of Worthingtons throughout history.

Pedigree Sudborough

Sudborough is a small village towards the north east of the county, not far from the border with Cambridgeshire. It is situated in a wooded valley, with many of its buildings built with locally quarried stone. Its church probably dates from the 12th century and is dedicated to All Saints. The parish registers began in 1660.The Worthingtons of Sudborough are one of the three Worthington families of Northamptonshire included in this project and the most distinguished in terms of education: several were Cambridge graduates, including both ordained priests and lawyers.Fotheringhay is 6 to 7 miles to the north east of Sudborough and Barnwell St. Andrew is within 5 miles of Sudborough. Irthlingborough and Higham Ferrers are 7-8 miles to the south. Gretton is about 7 miles northwest from Sudborough.

Editor’s note: The head of this family group was married twice and had children with both wives. The chart for the family has been divided into two parts, 1 and 2, for ease of presentation. Part 1 is the line following Robert’s marriage to the daughter of the Drawater family. Part 2 is the line following Robert’s marriage to Ellen Bedle.
Sudborough Pedigree Part 1
Sudborough Pedigree Part 2