My grandfather was an enthusiastic genealogist and heraldist. While he employed
researchers who did painstaking searches of surviving documents, he did not
operate that way himself, or at least not in the manner in which he presented
his findings. So his surviving papers are almost useless, save to say that it
may be worth seeing if we can find any docuemets to confirm them. And as such,
they have of course been invaluable.
Notes of the Trotter ancestry by RCLPL,
Reginald Cecil Lybbe Powys-Lybbe
For Maria Churchill he left behind two documents, one wrong and the other with
vital data missing:
Perhaps these are only worth including to show the clear but non-scholarly
style of leisured genealogy.