Re: Woodworth Tree - England 1610 to CA 2000
William was not the only Woodworth to come to NS. I don't know their relationship to each other but I have this about my ancestor Silas Woodworth, s/o Ichobod and Sarah Bass:
Emigrated in May 1760 on the ship "Wolfe" to Cornwallis, NS, and is mentioned as one of the grantees receiving part of the 100,000 acre land grant by George II, after the expulsion of the French.There are 5 Woodworths named in the list of grantees: Amasa, Benjamin, Silas, Thomas, and William. [The Descendants of Walter Woodworth, by William Atwater Woodworth]
You mentioned the 1755 expulsion. There was virtually no immigration to NS between 1755 and 1759 other than Halifax, because it was too dangerous. By 1760, it was safe for immigration. The bulk of the planter immigration took place between 1760-1762, although, of course, it continued afterward at a diminished rate. The ship mentioned earlier must have been one of the first.