ⓘ Worsley (surname)

                                     

ⓘ Worsley (surname)

Worsley is a habitational surname with several points of origin, particularly Lancashire and Worcestershire. Notable people with the name include:

  • Frank Worsley 1872–1943, New Zealand explorer.
  • Lieutenant General John Worsley British Army officer 1912–1987.
  • Katharine Worsley born 1933, maiden name of the Duchess of Kent.
  • William Worsley priest died 1499, dean of St. Pauls cathedral, London.
  • John Worsley artist 1919–2000, British naval artist and illustrator.
  • Mike Worsley born 1976, English rugby player.
  • Roger L. Worsley born 1937, American academic.
  • Les Vandyke born 1931, English singer and songwriter, also known as John Worsley.
  • Charles Worsley cricketer 1902–1990, English cricketer.
  • Henry Worsley disambiguation several people.
  • J. R. Worsley 1923–2003, English acupuncturist associated with 5 Element Style.
  • Gump Worsley 1929–2007, Canadian hockey-player.
  • Willie Worsley born 1945, American professional basketball player.
  • Arthur Worsley 1920–2001, English ventriloquist.
  • Richard Worsley 1923–2013, English general.
  • Joe Worsley born 1977, English rugby player.
  • Benjamin Worsley 1618–1673, English physician and surveyor-general of Ireland.
  • Lucy Worsley born 1973, British historian and curator.
  • Rev. John Worsley scholar 1696–1767, English scholar and schoolmaster.
  • Israel Worsley 1768–1836, English Unitarian minister.
  • Miller Worsley 1791–1835, English naval officer.
  • Beatrice Worsley 1921–1972, Canadian computer scientist.
  • T. C. Worsley 1907–1977, British critic.
  • Marcus Worsley 1925–2012, Brotosj politician.
  • Arthington Worsley 1861–1944, English botanist.
  • William Worsley 1890–1973, baronet and cricketer, father of the Duchess of Kent.
  • Philip Stanhope Worsley 1835–1866, English poet.
                                     
  • Parliament constituency Worsley Building, Leeds School of Medicine Lady Worsley disambiguation Worsley surname Worsley baronets, a title in the Baronetage
  • Worsley ˈwɔːrzli is an affluent suburban area in the metropolitan borough of Salford, England, which in 2014 had a population of 10, 090. It lies along
  • Francis, daughter of Sir Thomas Worsley 6th Baronet, of Appuldurcombe a title which became extinct in 1825 see Worsley baronets Through this marriage
  • Charles Alfred Worsley Pelham, 4th Earl of Yarborough KG PC 11 June 1859 12 July 1936 styled Lord Worsley until 1875, was a British peer and politician
  • daughter of Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley Holmes, 9th Baronet Worsley in 1833. He assumed by Royal licence the additional surname of Holmes after that of à Court
  • and author George Lucas Adamson, founder of Adamson University George Worsley Adamson 1913 2005 American and British illustrator and author Grant
  • Derbyshire Militia. On 3 June 1784 he married Henrietta, daughter of Sir Thomas Worsley After she died in 1791 he married Grace, daughter of Samuel Estwicke on
  • Staniforth is an English surname a variation of the name Stanford Old English surnames were in particular a description of one s profession such as
  • Catherine of Aragon in the documentary drama series Six Wives with Lucy Worsley on BBC 1. Carolina Cerda, Cristian Farias 13 September 2011 Quienes
  • Taunton Canal, Somerset, England Bridgewater Canal, from Preston Brook and Worsley to Manchester, England Bridgewater railway line, Adelaide, South Australia