Facts and Events
Left South Kingston around 1728-30 for Forked River, Ocean, NJ.(Before 1850 it was Monmouth County.)
On 9 Jun 1729 in Washington County, Rhode Island, the six children of Samuel Worden II deeded each other 25 acres of land, valued at 200 pounds each portion.
In Apr 1734, Samuel sold land in South Kingstown, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
In 1740, he sold land with his mother Rose in South Kingstown, Washington Co., Rhode Island (the last record found in RI). His two daughters were married in Monmouth County, NJ in the 1740s.