Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.
Our common family treeThese are the families that both my wife and I descend from.
How to read my narrative family trees: The format I am using is a hypertext version of the Burke's Peerage format. To move around the tree you click on the structural links.
Arms of Edward III and his sons, Trinity College, Cambridge.
SurnamesMy wife and I both descend from the following families.
My wife and I, two random people in England and Ireland, turn out to be related within 457 years (we met in 1995). Two random people in England and Ireland are related as recently as the reign of Henry VIII, and after the Reformation started in England and Ireland.
Our most recent common ancestors are:
|People|| If they are generation no.1
what generation I am
| If they are generation no.1
what generation my wife is
|Elizabeth Fitz-Hugh (died pre-1507)||17||16|| She is 14th cousin
of my father
|Sir Robert Throckmorton (died 1519)||17||17||15th cousins|
|Nicholas Vaux, 1st Baron Vaux (died 1523)||17||16|| She is 14th cousin
of my father
|Sir Edward Neville and Eleanor de Windsor (he died 1538)||16||16||14th cousins|
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