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YELLOW line family tree charts
The chart showing the Adamthwaites of Sedbergh and Ravenstonedale, shows where we believe the YELLOW line originated - however, in the absence of concrete evidence to support our speculations about those very early beginnings of this line, the following charts are based on evidence from Parish Records with confirmation from Wills and other documents, so they begin with Thomas Adamthwaite and Agnes Atkinson. As with all our family tree charts, no information is shown for living individuals.
NOTES: As these are all very wide charts, they will open as JPEG images - you will need to enlarge the size of the image until the print is legible and then scroll across to the right to view all the details.
Although I maintain records using Legacy Family Tree software, these charts were produced using the Wall Chart feature of RootsMagic and converting the .rmg images to JPGs. You should be able to download any of the trees from the website by right-clicking the image and selecting 'save' - however most images are too large to be legible when reduced to fit on a standard A4 sheet. I have had some success taking a CD of these images to a local photocopy shop and getting them printed on A1 paper.
I am currently in the process of producing new charts for all lines with Legacy Charting. If you notice any errors or omissions, please contact me and I will make the necessary corrections as I update all the charts.
Chart 1: descendants of Thomas Adamthwaite (1678-1745) and Agnes Atkinson
Chart 2: descendants of William Adamthwaite (1744 - ?) and Jane Stephenson
Chart 3: descendants of Joseph James Adamthwaite (1809-1865) and Susannah State
Chart 4: descendants of Henry Edward Adamthwaite (1820-1901) and Jane Marriner
Chart 5: descendants of Abraham Adamthwaite (1823-?) and Rebecca Blewitt