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We share a limited number of common ancestors with the "internet cousins" we have encountered in the course of our research. This page allows reports outlining descendants of those key ancestors to be opened in PDF format for you to browse, download or print. Each report comprises a list of descendants by generation, a tree chart for each family and an index of the individuals included in the report. All parts of the report are fully interlinked and can be navigated by clicking on the embedded links.

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[PDF File] ALINGTON, Sir Giles (1500-1586)
John's 13th great grandfather Giles Alington was the owner of Horseheath Hall in Cambridgeshire. No trace of the house remains. He was Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire in 1530 and was present at the christening of Prince Edward, son of King Henry VIII in 1537. He was a direct descendant of King Edward 1 of England - see the Royal Line.

[PDF File] AUSTIN, John (1572-1619) and KILLINGWORTH, Beatrix (1585-1626)
John's tenth great grandfather John Austin was a gentleman farmer in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. His wife Beatrix Killingworth was a direct descendant of King Edward 1 of England - see the Royal Line.

[PDF File] BAZELEY, Thomas (1764-1828) and JONES, Ann (1766-1839)
The birthplace of John's third great grandfather Thomas Bazeley is unknown, but his marriage and the baptosms of his eight children all took place in Wappenham where he died in 1828. See our Bazeley Family page for a narrative of John's descent from Thomas and Ann.

[PDF File] BOULTON, Matthew (1798-1868) and MOULD, Ellen (1803-1842)
Pam's third great grandfather Matthew Boulton was an agricultural labourer from Norton-in-the-Moors in Staffordshire.

[PDF File] CLOWES, Joseph (b.1680) and Margaret
Pam's sixth great grandfather came from Ipstones, Staffordshire. See our Clowes Family pages for a narrative of Pam's descent from the earliest known Clowes ancestor.

[PDF File] COCKERILL, Henry (1742-1791) and SPIRES, Jane (1740-1796)
John's fourth great grandfather Henry Cockerill was a yeoman farmer in Wappenham, Northamptonshire. See our Cockerill Family page for a narrative of John's descent from the earliest known Cockerill ancestor.

[PDF File] COCKERTON, Robert (1649-1727) and BROWN, Elizabeth (????-1696)
Little is known of John's seventh great grandfather except that he came from Balsham, Cambridgeshire. Later generations lived in the neighbouring village of Weston Colville.

[PDF File] EATON, Robert (1751-1813) and WESTON, Jane (1750-1840)
Pam's fourth great grandfather Robert Eaton came from the Cheadle area of Staffordshire. See our Eaton Family pages for a narrative of Pam's descent.

[PDF File] ELLIOTT, Benjamin (1754-1826)
John's fourth great grandfather who lived in Shearsby, Leicestershire is the earliest known Elliott ancestor. See our Elliott Family page for a narrative of John's descent from Benjamin.

[PDF File] EMBLETON, Cuthbert (????-1784) and STOREY, Elizabeth (1747-1823)
John's fourth great grandfather Cuthbert Embleton lived in Richmond, Yorkshire. His grandson Cuthbert (1801-1883) married in London and settled in Lambeth, Surrey. See our Embleton Family page for a narrative of John's descent from Cuthbert (Snr).

[PDF File] GREAVES, Thomas (1820-1905) and BREEZE, Ann (1820-1888)
Pam's great great grandfather Thomas Greaves was a crate maker from Hanley, Staffordshire. See our Greaves Family page for a narrative of Pam's descent from the earliest known Greaves ancestor.

[PDF File] GUTTERIDGE, George (1824-1892) and MERRILL, Hannah (1837-1922)
John's great great grandfather George Gutteridge was an iron moulder in Northampton. See our Gutteridge Family page for a narrative of John's descent from the earliest known Gutteridge ancestor.

[PDF File] HAMBLETON, Priscilla (1871-1949)
John's grandmother was born Priscilla Elliott in Shearsby, Leicestershire. Her father was Henry Hambleton who was born Embleton, but changed his name after the death of his first wife. Priscilla's first husband was Thomas Loakes from Oundle in Northamptonshire and her second was John's grandfather William Normanton Gutteridge. See our Elliott, Hambleton and Gutteridge pages.

[PDF File] HARDING, Moses (1797-1880) and SMITH, Elizabeth (1793-1873)
Pam's third great grandfather came from Mucklestone with Woore on the border between Shropshire and Staffordshire, but spent most of his live in Kidsgrove. See our Harding Family page for a narrative of Pam's descent from the earliest known Harding ancestor.

[PDF File] HUTT, Richard (????-1769) and Jane (????-1768)
The birthplace of John's fifth great grandfather Richard Hutt is unknown, but he spent most of his life in Northampton where he worked as a collarmaker.

[PDF File] JONES, Edward (1713-????) and CRUMP, Ann (????-1787)
John's fifth great grandfather Edward Jones probably came from Culworth in Northamptonshire. He married Ann Crump in Towcester and settled in Wappenham where their six children were born

[PDF File] LONGSHAW, William (????-1769) and MATTHEWS, Sarah (????-1764)
The birthplace of Pam's fifth great grandfather William Longshaw is unknown, but he spent most of his life in Wolstanton, Staffordshire. See our Longshaw Family page for a narrative of Pam's descent.

[PDF File] LOWE, John (1749-1819) and NODIN, Martha (1747-1831)
The birthplace of Pam's fourth great grandfather is unknown, but he and his wife eloped to Prestbury, Cheshire to marry and then settled in Barthomley and subsequently Church Lawton. See our Lowe Family pages for a narrative of Pam's descent.

[PDF File] LUNT, Benjamin (1815-1902) and BAYLEY, Mary Eachus (1827-1863)
Pam's great grandfather came from Odd Rode, Cheshire where he worked as a labourer. See our Lunt Family page for a narrative of Pam's descent.

[PDF File] MARIS, John (1648-1689)
John's seventh great grandfather John Maris was a Yeoman farmer in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. See our Maris Family pages for a narrative of John's descent from the earliest known Maris ancestor

[PDF File] MARSH, John (1669-1730) and BOUTCHER, Ann (1675-1741)
John's sixth great grandfather John Marsh came from West Wratting in Cambridgeshire, but spent most of his life in Linton where he worked as a cordwainer. See our Marsh Family pages for a narrative of John's descent from the earliest known Marsh ancestor

[PDF File] MIRRALL, Michael (1739-1811) and HARTLEY, Ann (????-????)
John's fifth great grandfather Michael MIRALL (otherwise MERALL or MERRILL) came from Keighley in Yorkshire. His grandson Normington Merrill moved from Keighley to Northampton where he worked as an iron moulder.

[PDF File] MOULD, Benjamin (1755-1836) and Hannah (1751-1833)
Pam's fourth great grandfather Benjamin Mould was born in Burslem, Staffs but spent most of his life in Norton-in-the-Moors.

[PDF File] PHIPPS, George (1730-1809) and CONSTABLE, Hannah (1732-1810)
John's fourth great grandfather George Phipps lived his whole life in Hook Norton, Oxfordshire.

[PDF File] PINK, John (1737-1805) and JOHNSON, Elizabeth (????-????)
The birthplace of John's fifth great grandfather John Pink is unknown, but he spent most of his life in Great Eversden.

[PDF File] SPENCE, John (1795-1874) and MODEN, Rebecca (1801-1864)
John's great great grandfather John Spence was born in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, but married in Cambridge where he worked as a shoemaker for the rest of his life. See our Spence Family page for a narrative of John's descent from the earliest known Spence ancestor

[PDF File] TUNWELL, Richard (1645-1714) and HOWLING, Martha (1652-1702)
John's seventh great grandfather Richard Tunwell was born in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, but settled in Great Shelford where he worked as a wheelwright.

[PDF File] TURNER, William (b.1768) and JONES, Martha (b.1771)
Pam's third great grandfather William Turner came from Stone, Staffordshire where he worked as a cordwainer. See our Turner Family page for a narrative of Pam's descent from the earliest known Turner ancestor.

[PDF File] WILSON, James (1769-1840) and WILSON, Penelope (1783-1846)
John's fourth great grandfather James Wilson married Penelope Wilson in Northampton where he worked as a sawyer. See our Wilson Family page for a narrative of John's descent from James and Penelope.




Page last modified: 11 February 2017