1234-1276 Rosamund, the wife of Reineer le Fleming, was alive. Rosamund, whose name was alternatively Eglantins, was a duaghter of Sir Ralph de Horbury and sister of the wife of Nicholas de Wortley. 
1268 There was a dispute betwixt the lord of Wortley and the parson, documentary evidence of which exists in the archives at Wortley Hall, to this effect: that "Nicholas de Wortley, who had brought an assize of a novel disseisin against Henry, Parson of the Church of Wortley, for Common of Pasture in Wortley, comes into Court, and signifies that he will proceed no farther in the said action, by entering his retraxit se upon record." Appended to this ancient memorandum is the following: "N.B. - It should seem, by this entry, that the vill of Wortley was at this time a distinct parish of itself, of which the defendant Henry was Parson." 
1307 At his death in 1307, Sir William le Fleming held the manor of Wath in chief, ... the manor of Wortley, held of him by Nicholas de Wortley, ... 
1310 Nicholas, perhaps this one or his son, and Ralph de Wortley witnessed a deed, dated at Brierley, for land in Oxspring, granted by Robert de Mamecestr to Henry de Rockley. 
A Wortley pedigree, by Hunter, reports that Sir Nicholas de Wortley, son of Nicholas de Wortley, married a dau. of Ralph de Horbury. They were the parents of Sir Nicholas de Wortley, husband of Sibilla. 
See also, a Wortley pedigree published by Foster. 
 Charles Travis Clay, William Farrer, eds., Early Yorkshire charters, Vol. 7, The Honour of Skipton (1947), 200, citing South Yorkshire, ii, 65, quoting Dodsworth, [GoogleBooks].
 Alfred Gatty, Wortley & the Wortleys: A Lecture (1877), 4, [InternetArchive].
 Charles Travis Clay, William Farrer, eds., Early Yorkshire charters, Vol. 7, The Honour of Skipton (1947), 194, [GoogleBooks].
 Joseph Hunter, South Yorkshire, the History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster, Vol. 2 (London: 1831), 355.
 Joseph Hunter, South Yorkshire, the History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster, Vol. 2 (London: 1831), 324.
 Joseph Foster. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire, Vol. 2, West Riding (London: 1874), Wortley, [InternetArchive].