|About THE FAMILY ORCHARD
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This Tree is really an Orchard, as there are a lot of different trees within. All given names are recorded, names and dates of divorced ones, for historical record only. They are never contacted. Without an access code, the names of the living, and any other material pertaining to them are masked. Even pictures are not shown, if you don't have an access code. The access code is given by the administrator, only. Email me for any information you want, I will then consider your request. T-beside a name signifies that the person was a Twin, or a Triplet. In some cases, if the person is still living, Male or Female is noted with the Last Name. If you see a '*', beside a name, its because its used by a female, with an unknown maiden name. This way, its near the family name, and not under 'U' for unknown file. The unknown file would be immense. Sometimes the records are from so far back there are no records to check with. Those with no death dates will be given an approximate. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT FAMILY MEMBERS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION, AS SOME ARE VERY PARANOID! When taking prints, make sure you have the correct person on top...as their are a number of families within sometime...like the Brown name...about 3 last count. TFT=Timms Family Tree date of death...Three Score and Ten...The old equivalent of human life. AYOD=approximate year of death, which can be revised if and when the actual is known. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: W. Gard, S. Gard,T. Fox, B. Gibbard, B. Butters, R.B. Timms, Peter Gosling, Phil Cotterill, Kenneth Thiede, Jennilyn Mauerman, Wayne Mercer, to name a few. "Oh how uncertain are the days of man, Certain to die but yet uncertain when. In Perfect health I went from home But little thought my glass so near was run. In health at night, the same at morn, But before noon my glass was run.......William Hughill, 1818. All you who come and see this stone Think how quickly she was gone Death does not always warning give Therefore be careful how you live.....Barbara Hughill 1818.