Generous contributors to my tree

This a list of researchers, not related to me, nor connected to my tree, who have nevertheless contributed to it.  All have given me very valuable help, and I am truly grateful for their kindness and generosity.  If I have missed anybody out, please accept my sincere apologies.  In alphabetical order, they are -

Ann Barrett Isle of Wight research volunteer, who extracted Isle of Wight parish register information, greatly assisting my Witt and Lubson research.
Emma Bertram An extremely kind resident of Jersey, who looked up my 'names' in the Jersey records, including civil registration and census indexes (not available in England). Of great assistance with my Condon, Witt, and Trenchard lines.
Margaret Brown Therfield Gilby researcher, who supplied heaps of Gilby and Hagger information, as well as useful information about Therfield, including maps.
Kay Curtis Member of the Royston & District Local History Society, who gave me some very useful Hagger snippets.
Pam Hislop Jersey look up volunteer, who kindly supplied details of Condon, Witt, and Trenchard references from the 1891 Jersey census index.
Arthur Jones Local historian, and member of the NHVRG (see Ann J King), who has been researching the Andersons of Therfield, and surrounding villages, for many years. Obviously a big help with my Andersons (apparently unrelated to his).
Ann J King Local historian, and Chairman of the North Hertfordshire Villages Research Group, who provided transcripts of Therfield and Kelshall parish registers. Ann also supplied references to my 'names' in Rector's Lists, Rate Books, and wills. This has been of immense value in tracing my Hagger, Anderson, Gilby, Reynolds, and Stoton descent.
Len Langridge Nunn researcher, not related, but supplied Bassingbourn (Cambs) Nunn baptisms.
Len Metzner Member of the Anglo-German FHS, who has beautifully transcribed and indexed the registers of St George's German Lutheran Church, Alie St, Aldgate, London. Len told me that I would find my wife's Ullingers there, and he was spot on!
Joan Nutt Essex Baptism Index volunteer, who supplied information from parish registers of Prittlewell, Eastwood, Sutton, North Benfleet, and Hockley. Joan also sent useful census finds, all of which has helped greatly with the Barker and Sach lines.
Jean Purkiss Researching Purkis(s) at Hempstead, Essex.  Future research may find that her husband is related to my wife.  Jean supplied some very useful Purkiss snippets.
Andrew Pye Local historian of Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, who sent lots of information about Reynolds families of Steeple & Guilden Morden, Bassingbourn, and many other South Cambridgeshire villages. Also provided useful help with the Haggers.
Sandra Stevens Local historian of Bardwell, Suffolk, who supplied Day and Phillips events from the Bardwell registers, and also census and gravestone information.
Gwenda Sutton Day researcher, who sent parish register transcripts of Day events at Barningham and Coney Weston, and census of Bardwell and Barningham (all in Suffolk).
Avril Symonds Blows researcher, who sent parish register transcripts of Blows and Nunn events at Bassingbourn, Cambridgshire.
Diana Trenchard Trenchard researcher, who has compiled an enormous amount of information on the name. Supplied several pieces of my Trenchard line, and may even turn out to be related (our folks appear to be from the same Devon village, Yarcombe).
Alison Whitby Therfield Gilby researcher, who supplied generous amounts of Gilby data relating to my lot at Buckland/Reed, included parish register and census information.

Page last updated: 11th February 2004, e-mail: martin@hagger.org