- Searchable Family Tree
of 31,714 people updated every few years, latest on 10th May 2022.
The major change is that the tables of genealogy data in the Person Pages are now, mostly,
lined up correctly: Go to Surnames, find Fox-Powys, select Leopold and then click on his
name to see his Person Notes; scroll down and there are at least six tables for him and
his family in all their glory. The only thing still not right is that many of the table
rows get double spacing. Reunion have been asked for help with this.
The other change is that all new work includes transcriptions from whatever copies I can
find of their original Vital Records; this particularly enhances their accuracy.
- DNA and the Powyses/Powises, etc
A first essay in modernity, created on 12th January 2020.
- Descendants of Sir Thomas Powys,
an attempt to provide a first pass of fully documented genealogy of all
his descendants, both male and female. New in May 2022, but only
- GEDCOM files of this family,
for you to download, last updated on 26th May 2017.
They also have notes and sources.
- Some enquiries about my database.
New in August 2019.
- A start to a major study of
all the Relatives who are descendants of our Gt-Gt-Gt-Gt
grandparents. New in May 2017.
- Our Executed ancestors,
their genealogy, with added heraldry. New in June 2017.
Powys to marry Isabella Lybbe: the start of our cadet branch of the
- The ancestry
of Mary Elizabeth Priestley (1812-1894), wife of Johnson Atkinson
- Philip Meadowe, Cromwell's
envoy, and grandfather of Philip Powys. New in
- Death of Emily
Busfeild and the birth of her second son Guy, my grandfather.
New in September 2010.
Lines of Descent from principal mediæval lines,
totally rebuilt July 2007.
Graphical pedigree charts,
carefully finished by hand.
- Oxenbridges of
Sussex and Boston, MA with a minor mystery about Malyn Oxenbridge.
Keynes of Sussex, including of Horsted Keynes. 3.25 Mbytes.
Chesneys of Sussex, but not those of Cambridge. 5.06 Mbytes.
A pictorial outline of the main lines, the distaff
families and the earliest dates.
Methodology: how this genealogy has been done.
Sources: the books and people I got the facts
Curios in the Family tree: Regicides, Executed,
Excommunicated, Garters, Clergy, Mayors. .
Dodgy bits: the genealogy that leaves
something to be desired.
What's in a name? The name changes of both my
grandfathers, three great-grandfathers and two great-great-grandfathers,
updated in October 2012.
- Lathams of
Dover, a banking family. New on 29th January