|Worleys Of America|
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[This does not take into account records in the LDS Church archives, and the over 16,000 major sites on the Internet where "publishing" is important; but where the life of sites can be brief and unpredictable. Primarily because of information published in the Mormon and Other database, some information, and assertions are incorrect].
There were many people named Worley -spelled variously -among the early arrivals to the English colonies in America. For examples: Richard Worley, Gentleman, came to the Virginia Colony in the year 1608 on the second supply ship Phoenix; and ten years later one William Worley, at age 19, came to the struggling colony called Jamestown. William was later in the militia and served in the Virginia House of Burgesses. To date not much has been hard- copy published to enable genealogists to connect with them; however, there are at least four families whose lines have been studied, published and which works have been generally accepted as authentic.
|Worley Look Alikes|
|Worley USA--Four Worley Families|
|Karen Worley--John Worley of VA|
|Phil Crowther--John & Esther (Blount) Worley of NC|
|For Info on the John Worley of VA, contract: email@example.com|
|Five Generation Apart|
|Created By: Carter A. Worley, Jr.|
|I started my research a little over two years ago, primarily tracing the WORLEY/LIVINGSTON family. my wife's family, TREADWELL/ HOLSTED|