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22 feb 2022

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Adamthwaite Archive

"The website IS the one-name study!"



Table of contents

Regular visitors to the site will have noticed changes to the general design and also to the navigation system. You will also find that any old bookmarks you may have set up will no longer work.  However, all the old pages are still here; please use this Table of Contents to find the pages you are looking for.

Welcome & HistoryAn introduction to the site, to the Adamthwaite One-name study and an invitation for all Adamthwaite researchers to join our Mailing List


Resource Data

Links to the data spreadsheets, which contain details of all known Adamthwaites and notes on viewing them (they are all presented as .pdf files for speed of uploading: there are links to the Adobe site on the Welcome page where you can download the latest free version of Adobe Reader)


Wills & Probate and other Documents

An introduction to the type of information held on the pages in this section


Family Trees & the Adamthwaite DNA Project

An introduction to the family trees and also to the Adamthwaite DNA project


Adamthwaite DNA project the reasons behind our decision to set up the project


Photo Galleries

Galleries of images contributed by members of the Adamthwaite mailing list, showing places where Adamthwaites lived in the past and also photos of our ancestors.



Stories about some of our ancestors - many of these stories have been contributed by members of the mailing list and include photos and historical details from their own research.  There are also some very interesting characters to be discovered amongst these pages.  The main page has links to all the articles and also to an index of individuals mentioned.  There are also notes on the Birth spreadsheets indicating everyone who is mentioned in any of these articles.


Contact Details

It is always lovely to hear from Adamthwaite descendants who are researching their family history, and I aim to respond as soon as possible to all communications.  Please visit this page to find out how to ... 


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