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Crest of Sir Thomas Storey

Copyright © 2007

This page was last updated on
Sunday, 27 September 2009
by Brad Storey

Pedigree Charts

The pedigree charts from the Storeys of Old book are now being converted from Gedcom files to PDF charts created using Family Tree Maker. The pedigree charts can be downloaded and printed.

I have entered the full information exactly how they appears on the charts. Sometimes the information is unclear, the children are in the wrong order and some cases the information has proven to be incorrect.

The process is quite slow as I have to manually enter all the entries from the pedigree charts, then fill in the gaps in the charts from the microfilm. NOTE: I do not have an original copy of the Storeys of Old book. The Pedigree charts in my copy of the Storeys of Old book is not complete as there is a 2 inch gap between pages. Also the pages are not in order or labelled, thus making it a very complex and time consuming task.

While all care has been taken to faithfully enter the information, mistakes or omissions may occur. If you discover a mistake or omission please contact Brad Storey with details of corrections. Extra information not listed in the original pedigree charts will not be included in the pedigree charts. As with most rules of Genealogy, all information should be checked againts the source.

Abbreviations used in charts

æt.aetas : an age, stage, period of life, time, era.
ap.appositus : placed near, approaching, appropriate, appositively.
bap.baptisatus : baptism, was baptised.
cælebs / coelebs.single, unmarried.
ibidibidem : in the same place, at the moment, in that matter.
nat.nativitas : birth.
nup.nuptialis : marriage or marriage ceremony
ob.obit, deceased
obiit.(he or she) died.
sep.sepultus : buried, sunk, immersed.
vivensto live.

NOTE: If a pedigree chart listed below is NOT hyperlinked, the chart has NOT been created.

There is also NO timetable for the creation of the pedigree charts, they will be completed as time and resources permit.

1. Pedigree of Story of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
2. Pedigree of Story of Bishop Wearmouth.
3. Pedigree of Story of Newcastle-on-tyne and now of Great Ilford, Essex.
4. Pedigree of Rothbury Storeys. Chiefly of Trewhit, Flotterton and Catstron (NOTE: Chart Incomplete).
5. Pedigree of Storey of Felton, Snitter, Moral Hirst, West Hirst, Bluenocks, Knocklaw, and Hillside, Rothbury.
6. Storeys, Members of the Society of Friends
7. Pedigree of Storeys of Old Hutton and Troutbeck in the County of Westmorland.
8. Issues of Sons and Daughters of William Storey and Mary Storey, née Greenup, of Low Ray.
9. Pedigree of Storey of Garstang.
10. Descents from William Storey, Second son of William Storey of Low Ray or Wray, and his wife, Mary née Greenup,
and Brother of Isaac Storey, Formerly of Troutbeck, Co. Westmorland, and of Bardsea-in-Furness.
11. Pedigree of Storey of Oxford.
12.Pedigree of Storey of Bolton-le-Sands and Storey Gardner.
13. Pedigree of Cartmel Storeys.
14.Pedigree of Story of Justice Town (Now Lynehow).
15.Pedigree of Story of the Lake and Branches.
16.Pedigree of Story of Cargo.
17.Pedigree of Story Family of Shaddon Gate, and Story of Evening Hill, Carlisle.
18.Subsidiary Lineage of Story alias Storey of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Brooklyn, U.S.A. Branch.
19.Pedigree of the family of G.A. Storey, Esq., R.A., London.
20.Pedigree of Patrickson family. I.
21.Pedigree of Patrickson family. II.
22.Pedigree of Patrickson family. III.
23.Pedigree of Whitehaven Patricksons.
24.Pedigree of Penrith Branch of Patricksons.
25.Pedigree of Sherren Family.
26.Pedigree of the Elmsted Lushingtons.
27.Pedigree of James Story of Carlisle.
28.Pedigree of Jonathon Story of Shaddongate. (Storeys of Old Comparision).
29.Pedigree of Moses Tyson Storey, Grandson of William Storey and Mary Greenup.