Site last updated
  22 Nov 2015

Martin Hagger's Family Tree

Please read copyright note at bottom of page

This site mainly consists of my family tree.  It also includes details of some connected families, in particular the PRACYs.  The tree contains over 4,900 people, and a one-page index would be large and unwieldy, so it is split into several smaller pages.  To search for a person, click on Index of persons and then select from the alphabetical list of Index pages.  To make searching easier, 'standard' surname spellings have been adopted, so that (for example) persons with the surname HAGGER, HAGER, HAGGAR, etc., are all spelt HAGGER.

The Index of surnames is a list of ALL surnames on the tree, linked to the 'Index of persons'.  My surnames is a list of surnames in my direct line, with links to the tree.  My wife's surnames is a similar list of surnames in my wife's direct line.  To find me on the tree, Click here.

Some parts of the tree are strictly-speaking theoretical, as they are based solely on transcripts and indexes (I have not found time to view all the original evidence yet).  This is not very good genealogy, but may provoke a more knowledgeable soul to correct my mistakes.  Criticism of any aspect of the site will be most welcome, especially if you wish to challenge my genealogical conclusions  -  the more voices, the better the debate.  If you find errors, or links that don't work, please let me know.

All family trees have rotten apples, and the most rotten of ours has made it into print.  The grim story of Harold HAGGER is told in Murder at Wrotham Hill, by Diana Souhami, published September 2012. 

Source data

  Certificates Transcripts of birth, marriage and death certificates.
  Census Transcripts of census returns.
  GRO Indexes Transcripts of General Register Office Index of births, marriages and deaths.
  Registers Transcripts of baptism, marriage and burial registers.
  Directories Transcripts of trade directories.
  Wills Transcripts of wills and administrations.
  Memorials Transcripts of memorial inscriptions.
  Miscellaneous Transcripts of miscellaneous stuff, mostly documents.

Other stuff


PRACY Family History Written & contributed by David Pracy (5.4MB PDF file)
  Photos Only two so far.....
  What's New Recent additions and amendments to the site.
  Other researchers Details of others with connections to the tree.
  Contributors A list of generous unrelated contributors to my tree.
  Site Links Map Sketch of site layout, showing system of hyperlinks.
  Notes General notes regarding the site/tree.

Interesting links

  Hagger ONS The HAGG*R One Name Study site, hosted by Peter Hagger.
  Hagger Mailing List Forum for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Hagger surname.
  Hagger.net John-Lloyd Hagger's site, containing stuff relating to his HAGGER branch.
  Therfield.net Census transcripts, etc, for those researching family from Therfield, Hertfordshire.
  Other Links More family history links.....

Thank you
To Peter Christian for his book Web Publishing for Genealogy, without which I would not have a Web site.
To Gene Stark for his program GED2HTML, which converts my family history database into a Web 'tree'.
To Murray Kennedy for his program PediTree, my family history database.

Copyright
During construction of this site, I have tried to avoid infringing anyone's copyright, and also tried to acknowledge sources of all data.  I apologize if I have failed in either of these aims.  I believe that I can claim copyright of these pages, but do not wish to do so, with the exception detailed below.*  Feel free to take any ideas (I would be flattered) or data, provided that it is for your personal use, or to share with your family.   If you wish to reproduce any data/information at a personal website, please ask.  Only in exceptional circumstances would permission be refused.

* The above permission is expressly NOT GRANTED if your intention is to reproduce data/information at a site that is NOT your own, e.g. FamilySearch, WorldConnect, GenesConnected, etc.

Martin Hagger
Ilford, Essex, England


Page last updated: 16th November 2015, e-mail: martin@hagger.org