Worthington Ohio is a transplanted New England Village, settled by people from Connecticut. Worthington is a Columbus suburb inside the 270 outerbelt. Worthington has a village green that is still used today, but cows do not graze there as they once did... (there are cows down the road but that's a different story... ) The village of Worthington was founded in 1803.
The Old Rectory is on the corner of New England Ave. and Oxford Street NOW. It's been moved. The Old Rectory is owned by the Worthington Historical Society now.
The Worthington Inn is still in use today as an Inn and an award winning restaurant. Soon the Worthington Inn will be residences, the Inn and an addition are going to be condominiums.
Worthington Memory "an online scrapbook of Worthington's history."
You can own a piece of history. There are homes on the market in historic "Old Worthington" now. Newer neighborhoods in Worthington have homes built in the 1940's to the 1980's for the most part. There are newer homes in the Worthington school district that are in the City of Columbus.
A video of Worthington Ohio.*
Edit December 2011 *link broke.