Clarke Family Tree
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Clarkeology.com is also our Clarke genealogy site, set up to host the family tree info dug up by my Dad Barry Clarke, and turned into web pages by me, My page with my family links. Click on either of those names to get climbing the tree from that point, or see the surnames, or the family tree forum... Well it took me a while but I now have our family tree data organised again, there is a page for each person in our family tree with links to their parents, children, and siblings. I wrote it in php in the end rather than ruby as it was easier to tie it into the rest of the site then. So now to get on adding more branches to our family tree! If you'd like to traverse our family tree you can pick a person (say me or Charles Valentine Clarke or The Famous Harry Clarke) and then follow the links up and down the tree. Ooh new, start with Dad below:
Respecting the privacy of Barry Leslie CLARKE (at least partly!). If you are Barry Leslie CLARKE and you would like more of your details removed from this site please get in touch. Likewise if you can offer more details of your family tree, please also drop me a line!
Father Ronald Leslie CLARKE 1911 - 1982
Mother Gertrude (Trudy) RAINEY 1921 - 1997
Spouse Patricia Michelle O'BRIEN
Siblings: David James CLARKE, Brian John CLARKE, Trevor Alan CLARKE, Sandra Valerie CLARKE
Barry Leslie CLARKE is father to Paul Leslie CLARKE
I think we need to progress on John Samways and Mathilda Grant's death dates, plus (on my Grandma's side) Samuel Rainey and James Lyman and whoever on earth those other great-great-grandparents were. What's a family tree without a complete set of great-great-grandparents..?
No links to royalty or unclaimed family fortunes yet, but we have tracked down some surviving branches of our family tree that we knew nothing about, and found we had relatives on the Titanic.
If you think you might have a link into our family tree, or would like to put out a request for assistance, please leave a message or drop me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Looking for Stoke Newington or Folkestone info here? Man alive you've been coming here a long time! Best off heading to the blog or following one of the "latest posts" links below for non genealogy related content.
31 Oct :: 2004 :: Comment / reply
Plenty of genealogy software here, go for it.
pauly :: 28 Oct :: 2003 :: Comment / reply
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