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Tony Wilson

Family Trees

Paternal. Paternal Family Trees describe family members who share the same Y-DNA; descent through the male line.

Maternal. Maternal Family Trees describe family members who share the same mt-DNA; descent through the female line. Michael Ibsen whose mt-DNA contributed to the discovery of Richard III King England's remains in the car park in Leicester are shown on Katherine Roet's Maternal Family Tree.

Descendants. For certain key individuals we provide their entire family tree, both descent from male and female lines, to five generations.

People. Most people have bigraphies that provide their descent, the events in their life, their children, and ancestry going back five generations.

Consangunity. We calculate the consangunity of people's relationships listed in order of highest first.


Places. Places provides a list of events that took places at particular places: birtsh, marriages, deaths, battles, etc.

Events. Events provides information about battles, marriages, coronations, etc. Key events in history, who was there, where it took place, and why it was important.

Titles. Titles being a broad term we use to describes Kings, Dukes, Bishops, MPs, etc.


Photos. Photos of monuments in churches and cathedrals; a sources of information relating to armour and dress through ages.

Effigies. We index our photos from the medieval period by their armour, their livery collars, their helm crests, dress, what their feet are resting on, etc.

Sculpture. We also index our photos of more recent church monuments by the sculptor.