Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - Worthington Inn, Worthington, Mass.
Worthington, Massachusetts, USA

Worthington Inn, Worthington, Mass.
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Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - Main Street looking West, Worthington, Mass.
Worthington, Massachusetts, USA

Main Street looking West, Worthington, Mass.
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Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - Four Corners. Birds Eye View. Worthington, Mass.
Worthington, Massachusetts, USA

Four Corners. Birds Eye View. Worthington, Mass.
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Worthington, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA

Worthington was first settled in 1764 and was officially incorporated in 1768.wikipedia


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10. WORTHINGTON. [Pop. 1,197. Inc. 1768.]
This township is mountainous, the soil excellent, and fitted for grazing. It is well watered by the sources of Westfield river.

Agriculture, merino sheep, and leather, occupy the attention of the inhabitants.

Distance from Northampton, 17 miles; from Boston, 110

An Elementary Geography for Massachusetts Children by William Bentley Fowle and Asa Fitz, 1845
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News  1863 - SAD AFFAIR AT WEST WORTHINGTON
Three Young Ladies Drowned
We learn the particulars of a most painful accident at West Worthington, yesterday. It appears that Mr. Duane Beals, his young wife, Miss Cornelia Brown, and a boy of 14 and a girl of 11 years, named Jones, all of Worthington, and Miss Laura Beals of Hinsdale, were...Read MORE...



Worthington Massachusetts, 1890
Worthington is a fine farming and grazing town lying in the northwesterly section of Hampshire County, on the eastern declivity of the Green Mountains. It is 143 miles west of Boston and 17 miles (by highway) west of Northampton. Its nearest railroad stations are at Hinsdale, Williamsburg and...Read MORE...


1906
Worthington, a post-township (town) of Hampshire co., Mass., about 30 miles NW. of Springfield. Pop. of the town in 1900, 675.
Lippincott's New Gazetteer: A Complete Pronouncing Gazetteer Or Geographical Dictionary of the World, Containing the Most Recent and Authentic Information Respecting the Countries, Cities, Towns ... in Every Portion of the Globe Publisher J.B. Lippincott Company, 1906
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Ancestors Who Were Born Here


Bartlett
flag  Russell Bartlett (1807, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 1 April 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Brown
flag  John W. Brown (1791, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 13 August 1834, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA )

Cole
flag  Maria Cole (1805, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 8 February 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Cowan
flag  Sarah S Cowan (1850, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 16 May 1874, Williamsburg, Massachusetts, USA (Haydenville))

Eager
flag  Julia A Eager (1854, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 8 July 1879, Ware, Massachusetts, USA)
flag  Relief Eager (1805, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 4 May 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Edwards
flag  Sarah Martin Edwards (1844, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 31 October 1868, Peru, Massachusetts, USA)

Geer
flag  Sherman Geer (1813, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 18 April 1857, Peru, Massachusetts, USA)

Herrick
flag  Avery Herrick (1786, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 12 July 1860, Westfield, Massachusetts, USA (Wyben))
flag  Isaac Herrick (1780, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 27 August 1862, Dalton, Massachusetts, USA)

Kenney
flag  Sarah Georgianna Kenney (1846, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 5 August 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Mills
flag  Lydia N. Mills (1808, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 26 November 1878, Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA)

Morse
flag  Elias Morse (6 April 1776, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 26 December 1856, ) gravestone
flag  Elijah Morse (11 October 1766 , Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - , )
flag  Eunice Morse (abt. 1770, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - , )
flag  Samuel Morse (1782, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 30 September 1867, , Ohio, USA) gravestone

Olds
flag  Levi J. Olds (1845, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 23 August 1868, Dalton, Massachusetts, USA)

Prentice
flag  Eliza P. Prentice (1821, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 12 August 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)
flag  Evalyn E. Prentice (1849, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 31 October 1874, Cummington, Massachusetts, USA)

Richards
flag  Myron A. Richards (1851, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 31 July 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Sexton
flag  Elizabeth Sexton (1797, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 22 March 1866, Belchertown, Massachusetts, USA)

Werden
flag  Gilbert Werden (1813, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 7 July 1869, Lee, Massachusetts, USA)

Wyllys
flag  Elijah Wyllys (1789, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 16 February 1874, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA)

Young
flag  Jane Young (1807, Worthington, Massachusetts, USA - 28 March 1873, Dalton, Massachusetts, USA)
 


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