Welcome to Philip Wilson's Family History Website

Maurice Fiennes Fitzgerald Wilson Lady Ann Clifford Florence May Badnall Maurice Fitzgerald Wilson Thomas Charles Martin Margaret French Margaret French Hezekiah Frith Sir John Stewart, 1st Earl of Traquair Lady Joan Beaufort Iris Margaret Martin Alexander Murray - leading Jacobite Bassett Fitzgerald Wilson Bassett Fitzgerald Wilson Catherine Gladys Murray Sir Gideon Murray of Elibank Alexander Murray 4th Lord Elibank Richard Badnall Samuel Saltus Ingham Richard Bassett Wilson Pulteney Henry Murray Elizabeth Rushworth Emily Charlotte Williams Sketch by Maurice Fiennes Fitzgerald Wilson Big Thing

Welcome to my family history website. Its purpose is to share information with near and distant family members or anyone else who might have a common interest. In the search for my ancestors, high or low-born, good or bad, significant or otherwise, it has been fascinating to gain insight into a wider historical perspective, as well as to establish contact and share information with others who share the same interest in particular characters or periods. I welcome any contact from readers who may wish to correct any errors, add to what is already there or simply to write to share an enthusiasm. I hope there may be something here of interest to you.

How the website is organized:

  • Elizabeth Rushworth (1783-1865)
  • Margaret French (b.1861)
  • Sir Alexander Murray, 4th Lord Elibank (1677-1735)
  • Alexander Murray (1712–1778)
  • Anna Burnet
  • Anne Clifford (born c.1490)
  • Anne Fitzgerald (d.1877)
  • Bassett Fitzgerald Wilson (1888-1972)
  • Colonel Bertie Murray, DSO (1881-1960)
  • King Edward III (1312-1377)
  • Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204)
  • James Dundas, 1st Lord Arniston (d.1628)
  • Emily Hurlock (1836-c.1925)
  • Emily Mabel Waller (1888-1941)
  • Ezekiel Hopkins (1634-1689)
  • Florence May Badnall (1858-1941)
  • Frances Clifford (Clifton)
  • George Murray, 6th Lord Elibank (1706-1785)
  • Sir Gideon Murray (1559-1621)
  • Hezekiah Frith (1763-1848)
  • The Venerable Hopkins Badnall (1821-1892)
  • Iris Wilson (1920 - 2001)
  • General James Murray (1721-1794)
  • John Stewart, 1st Earl of Traquhair (c.1600-1659)
  • John Wilson at Seacroft Hall (1808-1891)
  • Margaret French (b.1861)
  • Maurice Fiennes Fitzgerald Wilson, DSO, RN (1886-1975)
  • Maurice Fitzgerald Wilson (1858-1945)
  • Emily Charlotte Williams (1863-1949)
  • Muriel Wilson (nee Samuelson) (d. 1977)
  • Patrick Murray 5th Earl  Elibank (1703-1778)
  • Paul Bassett-Wilson (1921-1945)
  • Peter Fiennes Wilson (1920-1995)
  • Phil May (1864-1903)
  • Richard Badnall (1797-1839)
  • Richard Badnall (1770-1838)
  • Colonel Richard Bassett Wilson (1846-1901)
  • Richard Bassett Wilson of Cliffe Hall (1806-1867)
  • Samuel Saltus Ingham (1816-1900)
  • Admiral Sir Robert Holmes (c.1622-1692)
  • Thomas Charles Martin (born c.1859)
  • Thomas Robins Bolitho (1840 - 1925)
  • William Herbert 1st earl of Pembroke (c.1423-1469)
  • William The Conqueror
  • James II of Scotland (1430-1460)
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This section contains NOTES, IMAGES, ARTICLES and OTHER RELEVANT MATTERS about the individual concerned and DETAILS OF THEIR ANCESTRY; all names are clearly indexed.

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This section contains NOTES, IMAGES, ARTICLES and OTHER RELEVANT MATTERS about the individual concerned and DETAILS OF THEIR ANCESTRY; all names are clearly indexed.

The following families feature heavily in the site:

WILSON       MURRAY       BADNALL      MARTIN      
     FIENNES      HOPKINS      INGHAM      HURLOCK      ...AND MANY OTHERS      

In addition, HERE, BELOW,ON THE HOME PAGE, there are file links to a number of tree diagrams, as well as relevant documents in PDF format which provide supplementary information; with the enourmous size of the entire tree, it would be impossible (and impossibly cumbersome also) to view it as one diagram, so these tree diagrams conveniently focus on selected areas.

For any site visitor interested in obtaining copies of the images, it is advised to locate these on Flickr (see contacts page for full information), where any high resolution file can be downloaded.

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Philip Wilson's work as a photographer is displayed in his website PHOTONOMY. Click on the image below to link to PHOTONOMY.CO.UK

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(miscellaneous PDFs)


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