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Update 2020.01.25

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Aug 312020
 
  • Updated All Census Yoxall Lines
  • Updated All Yoxall lines pie chart
  • Updated home page
    • What’s new in January 2020 

      From little acorns grow giant oak trees

      A few months ago I received an email from Judith in Australia to thank me for information on the ancestors of her Sarah YOXALL, b.c.1753, spouse of Thomas BASFORD b.c.1756. Her ancestor, Samuel BASFORD, was a son of Thomas & Sarah. But all I had for Thomas & Sarah was one child Hannah, who died as an infant.  And so, from that little acorn, with the help of Judith, and quite a few other people may I add, there are now more than 350 descendants for this YOXALL branch of the Abraham YOXALL & Mary SHENTON line. And this branch is not yet complete.

      YOXALL line updates

      The London line – Richard YOXALL b.c. 1734 & Sarah UNKNOWN b.c. 1738

      Possible London line link – John YOXALL b.c. 1791 & Sarah WOODGER b.c. 1799

      Cheshire line Peter YOXALL b.c.1776 & Sarah COPE b.c. 1775

      Following updates of the above 3 YOXALL lines, I now expect every living YOXALL descendant to link to one of the existing lines.  If you can’t find which YOXALL line you belong to, send me an email and I will tell you.

      I have also updated my website Pie Chart which shows visually the various YOXALL lines and the number of YOXALL in each line, which can be accessed directly from this link/

      https://yoxall.one-name.net/all-lines-pie-chart/

      Complete details of all the YOXALL lines, and the earliest ancestor for each line, can be accessed directly from this link:

      https://yoxall.one-name.net/all-yoxall-lines/

      Just 3 YOXALL lines now account for 74.5 % of all YOXALL and the top 10 YOXALL lines account for 99.5% of all YOXALL. There is little doubt many of the top 10 YOXALL lines will merge with each other lines if, or when, other sources are found.

       

      Female YOXALL lines

      Hundreds more female descendants have been added to the various YOXALL lines. This is also a work in progress project due to the scale of tracing all female YOXALL lines, especially those who married. But if anyone has a specific female YOXALL line they need help with tracing I am happy to help.

       

      More than 2,000 sources and hundreds more images added. There are far too many updates to list individually, so please check out all your interests. Photos of deceased YOXALL ancestors are still urgently sought, to preserve for future generations.

       

 

 Posted by at 4:57 pm

Update 2020.08.18

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Aug 312020
 
  • Added Peter Yoxall & Martha Brereton to Photology
  • Added Shadrach Yoxall & Martha Edkins to Photology
  • Updated All Names Pie Chart
  • Updated All Census Yoxall Lines
  • Updated UK GRO Birth Indexes
  • Updated UK GRO Marriage Indexes
  • Updated UK GRO Death Indexes
  • Updated Home Page
    • Removed ‘Yoxall Village local history books’
    • Added note to Photology page
      • “Some items are very large and are best appreciated if downloaded and enlarged on your own computer”.
    • What’s new and updated in July 2020

      UPDATED – Main War/Worc line – John YOXALL 1601-1683 & Anne BROWNE 1611-1697

      Thanks to many Ancestry subscribers and USA researchers of the Warwickshire & Worcestershire line, the third largest of all YOXALL lines, many new descendants and sources have been added.

      UPDATED – GRO BMD Spreadsheet Indexes

      All 3 Birth, Marriages and Deaths indexes updated to June 1920, with 95% to 98% of all BMDs now linked to a specific YOXALL line for GRO YOXALL between Sep 1837 and Jun 1920.

       

      For those familiar with spreadsheets, all 3 spreadsheets can be downloaded and merged to a single spreadsheet for in depth research. It is also the easiest way to spot links to infant deaths, due to my unique traffic light recording method, green for births, yellow for marriages and red for deaths.

       

      NEW- GRO Births to link

      There are now just 37 YOXALL GRO Births to link from September 1837 to June 1920. Do you know their parents? Have you a baptism or birth certificate for any of them? Access these unlinked births from the  ‘Sources’ tab on the homepage or directly from this link:

      https://yoxall.one-name.net/gro-births-to-link/

       

      Updated –  Pie Chart for all YOXALL lines and the number of YOXALL in each line, via this link:

      https://yoxall.one-name.net/all-lines-pie-chart/

       

      Updated – Details of all the YOXALL lines, and the earliest ancestor for each line, via this link:

      https://yoxall.one-name.net/all-yoxall-lines/

      Just 3 YOXALL lines now account for 74.5 % of all YOXALL and the top 10 YOXALL lines account for 99.5% of all YOXALL. All new YOXALL added belong to an existing line.

       

      UPDATED – Female YOXALL lines

      Hundreds more descendants have been added to the various female YOXALL lines. This is still a work in progress project due to the scale of tracing all female YOXALL lines, especially those who married.  Can you help fill any gaps in female lines?

       

      Living people

      One area that is gathering pace is the unlocking of people on my website who are recorded as ‘Living’. Details are known to me but are not visible in order to comply with the Data Protection Act. Details, sources and images of hundreds more people are now visible. Can you help unlock more details for this prove to be deceased?

      NEW – Photology

      Are you related to Shadrach YOXALL & Martha EDKINS?

      Direct link here?

      Yes, this is the Shadrach who hade brothers Henry Meshach and Abednego

      Are you related to Peter YOXALL & Martha BRERETON

      Direct link here?

      Are Moses YOXALL & Elizabeth LEWIS your ancestors? Though Peter & Martha had 17 children, not one male YOXALL survives today.

      Or view these new Photology trees via the link on the Homepage, Miscellaneous Tab

      Ghost Trees

      If you haven’t noticed my Ghost Trees, you can find them on the Homepage Miscellaneous Tab. At the moment there is one tree for YOXALL of Newark, Nottinghamshire (1550-1703) and one for YOXALL of Tanworth in Arden (1525-1625).

      Many of us have found clusters of ancestors that, timewise, appear then disappear. But where did they come from and go to? That is the challenge for YOXALL researchers pushing our ancestral lines back in time. Can anyone claim, or suggest, ancestral links to either line? Have you any such YOXALL lines?

       

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