Elstead Church, Surrey,
Just as our Genealogy research is
a 'work in progress', the same holds true for this new home of our
Family Roots. This new site was an opportunity to take the sharing of
our information to a new level.
Searching for new family members is an important part of any
genealogy research. The more members we can bring together, the larger
our tree will grow. In order to reach out to researchers, this new site
will allow new individuals to review our research and discover if they
are part of our tree.
As always, the most delicate
information is restricted to family members who have been recognized and
given 'log in' information.
If you are new to this site
and believe that you are part of this growing family tree, please
The information on this
website is only possible by the hard work of many family member
historians. This is not a single persons research, but a collective
exchange. Individuals who contribute to this website are recognized
- 83,156 family members identified.
- 50.07% are males
- 49.93% are females
- The earliest birth is John Newham in 1310
- 21,673 families represented
- 7,734 unique Surnames are identified
- 77 Family Members killed in World War 1 - See Debt of Honour WW1
- Total number of Photos on site: 504
- Total number of Documents on site: 179
- Total number of Headstones on site: 81
- Total number of Churches on site: 5
- Total number of Census Records: 64
Remember - photos, documents and census records are great to share. Pictures of
loved ones, their resting place and significant churches are all accepted.
Here you will find the oldest family member for some of the key
branches in our tree.
Many of these branches have been
contributed by various family member historians.
on the link and you will be taken to that family member's profile.
Send us a message if you would like to include an important family
member in one of your branches. We will be happy to include them.
Important Things to Note
- You are encouraged to add photos, documents, family stories,
recordings, census records and many other items. By sharing our
history, we can make this a central resource for all our family
- There are some items which are not visible on most
profiles but can be included in a person's profile. They include:
Religion, blood type and any medical issues. Medical conditions might
be diabetes, a cancer, an alergy or other family hereditary issue.
Under 'Featured Articles you will find more information on hereditary
and blood issues.
- As always, please do not post living
people to any other website you participate in.
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Anniversaries of the Day -
Today is a special day for many family members. Find out who!
What's New - Find out
about what changes have been made in recent days.
Debt of Honour - WW1 - Our
family has lost many loved ones to war. This page is dedicated to those
who sacrificed their life for their country.
Hereditary Issues - Every
family has health issues that can be traced to parent, grandparent, aunt
or uncle, but are there hereditary issues that are common to all
Blood Relatives - Since
we all are related in some way by blood, here is an interesting feature
you can add to your family member's profile.
you have any questions or comments about the information on this site,
us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Highlight Family Photo
If you have an older family gathering photo you would
like highlighted on the opening page, send it to