Andrew A. Harwood Andrew Allen Harwood, (October 9, 1802 – August 28, 1884) was an Admiral in the United States Navy Andrew Allen Harwood was born on 9 October 1802 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Anthony Ughtred Sir Anthony Ughtred (also Oughtred, Owtred, Utrect, Utreight), Knight banneret (c.
Arden family The Arden family is, according to an article by James Lees-Milne in the 18th edition of Burke's Peerage/Burke's Landed Gentry, volume 1, one of only three families in England that can trace its ...
Asquith family The Asquiths were originally a middle-class family from West Yorkshire, members of the Congregational church.
Audley-Stanley family The Audley-Stanley family is a family with many notable members including the Earls of Derby who are descended from the early holders of Audley, Staffordshire.
Basset (family) The Bassets were amongst the early Norman settlers in England.
Beatrix de Vesci Beatrix de Vesci of Alnwick Castle, was an eleventh century medieval noble lady of house de Vesci.
Beerbohm family The Beerbohm family are the descendants of Julius Ewald Edward Beerbohm (1811–1892), the son of Ernest Henery Beerbohm (2 May 1763 - 5 November 1855) and Henrietta Radke (1767–1855), and of Dutc...
Bek family The Bek family is the name of a family in Lincolnshire, from which sprang several men of eminence in the thirteenth century.
Berkeley family The Berkeley family is unique in English history in that it has to this day an unbroken male line of descent from a noble Saxon ancestor before the Norman conquest of England in 1066 and also re...
Bilbie family The Bilbie family were bell founders and clockmakers based initially in Chew Stoke, Somerset and later at Cullompton, Devon in south-west England from the late 17th century to the early 19th century.
Blackett of Wylam The Blacketts of Wylam were a branch of the Blackett family of Hoppyland, County Durham, England and were related to the Blackett baronets.
Boleyn family The Boleyn family were a prominent English family in the gentry and aristocracy.
Bonham Carter family The Bonham Carter family are descendants of John Bonham-Carter (1788–1838), a British Member of Parliament (MP) and barrister, and his wife Joanna Maria.
Brandling of Newcastle The Brandlings of Newcastle were a wealthy family of merchants and land and coal owners in Newcastle upon Tyne and Northumberland.
Brantingham (family) The Brantinghams are a once-noble family from North East England, originally from Brantingham in Yorkshire.
Brantingham family The Brantinghams (or, formerly, the de Brantinghams or de Brantynghams) are a once-noble family from North East England, originally from Brantingham in Yorkshire.
Briggs Family The Briggs Family is a 1940 British drama film directed by Herbert Mason and starring Edward Chapman, Felix Aylmer, Jane Baxter, Oliver Wakefield and Austin Trevor.
Bullock family Bullock is the surname of an English family that traces its roots to the County of Berkshire in the 12th century.
Bulmer (family) The Bulmer family were a noble family of Norman England, resident in Yorkshire.
Bulmer family The Bulmer family were a noble family of Norman England, resident in Yorkshire.
Carnell (surname) The name Carnell is Old English in origin and thought to be derived from an occupational name for a land owner.
Corbet family Corbet is supposed to have been first recorded in Pays de Caux, Normandy, as the name of a Norman baron named "Corbet le Normand" (Corbet the Northman) who was born in the early 11th century.
Corbett family Corbett, was first found in Pays de Caux,Normandy with a Norman Baron named "Corbet le Normand" he was born in early 11th century AD. The name Corbett roughly means "the raven" and more than lik...
De Birmingham family The de Birmingham family held the lordship of Birmingham in England for four hundred years and managed its growth from a small village into a thriving market town. They also helped invade Ireland and were rewarded with the Barony of Athenry.
de Clare The de Clare family of Norman lords were associated with the Welsh Marches, Suffolk, Surrey, Kent (especially Tonbridge) and Ireland.
De Lucy de Lucy or de Luci is the surname of an old Norman noble family originating from Lucé in Normandy, one of the great baronial Anglo-Norman families which became rooted in England after the...
de Vesci de Vesci (Vescy, Vecey, Vesey, Vessey, Veasie, Veazey and Veasey) is the surname of an old Norman noble family originating from Vassy, Calvados.
Delaval Delaval is the surname of a family of gentry/aristocracy in Northumberland, England, from the 11th century to the 19th century.
Denys family The surname Denys was borne by at least three prominent mediaeval families seated in Gloucestershire, Somerset and Devon in south-west England between 1166 and 1641.
Denys family of Siston The Denys family of Siston, also spelled Dennis, originally came from Glamorgan in Wales and in the late 14th century acquired by marriage the manor of Siston, Gloucester and shortly thereafter ...
Dickens Family The Dickens family are the descendants of John Dickens, the father of the English novelist Charles Dickens.
Dickens family Dickens family are the descendants of John Dickens, the father of the English novelist Charles Dickens.
Durfort (family) Durfort (family) is the name of a French noble family, distinguished in French and English history.
Durfort family Durfort is the name of a French noble family, distinguished in French and English history.
Epps family The Epps family was an English family, well known in commerce and medicine.
Ernle Ernle was the surname of an English gentry or landed family descended from the lords of the manor of Earnley in Sussex who derived their surname from the name of the place where their estates lay.
Fane family Fane is an English surname of Welsh origins that belongs to a family who have produced a number of notable members.
Faulknor family The Faulknor family was an English family from Northamptonshire, of which several generations served as officers in the Royal Navy.
Fettiplace Fettiplace is an English family name of Norman descent, with at least 800 years of history.
FitzMartin FitzMartin was the surname of a Norman family based in England and Wales between 1085 and 1342.
Fox family (English aristocracy) The Fox family is a noble family of England that held the title of Baron Holland (now extinct) and still holds the title of Earl of Ilchester.
Fox family of Falmouth The Fox family of Falmouth, Cornwall, UK were very influential in the development of the town of Falmouth in the 19th century and of the Cornish Industrial Revolution.
France-Hayhurst family The France-Hayhurst family lived in Bostock Hall near to Middlewich in Cheshire, England from 1775, until the house was sold to the local council in the 1950s.
Francis Fox of St Germans Francis Fox of St Germans was the progenitor of a vast clan of people called "Fox", notable in many fields of enterprise, science and the arts.
Freud family The family of Sigmund Freud, the pioneer of psychoanalysis, lived in Austria and Germany until the 1930s before emigrating to England, Canada and the United States.
Fry family (chocolate) This Fry family was prominent in England, especially Bristol, in the Society of Friends, and in the confectionery business in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
Garman sisters The Garman sisters were members of London's bohemian Bloomsbury set.
Gascoigne Baronets The Gascoigne Baronetcy, of Barnbow and Parlington in the County of York, was a title in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
Gascoigne baronets The Gascoigne Baronetcy, of Barnbow in the County of York, was a title in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
Gatton (family) The Gatton or de Gatton family were a Anglo-Norman land-owning dynasty from Gatton in Surrey.
Gatton family The Gatton or de Gatton family were an Anglo-Norman land-owning dynasty from Gatton in Surrey.
George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer (August 1622 – 8 August 1684), styled Sir George Booth, 2nd Bt, from 1652 to 1661, until his elevation to the House of Lords as an English peer.
Goddard family The Goddard family were a prominent landed family chiefly living in the northern region of the English counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire and the western part of Berkshire, between the Tudor pe...
Gorges family The House of Gorges is an ancient English family with Norman origins.
Grace family The Grace family were an English cricketing family.
Grenvillite The Grenvillites or Grenvilles were a name given to several British political factions of the 18th and early-19th centuries, all associated with the important Grenville family of Buckingha...
Gresley Baronets The Baronetcy of Gresley of Drakelow was created in the Baronetage of England on 29 June 1611 for George Gresley of Drakelow Hall, Derbyshire who was later High Sheriff of Derbyshire and Member ...
Gresley baronets The Baronetcy of Gresley of Drakelow was created in the Baronetage of England on 29 June 1611 for George Gresley of Drakelow Hall, Derbyshire who was later High Sheriff of Derbyshire and Member ...
Guest family The Guest family are a British family of the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries who, among other things built a huge industrial business in the Dowlais Iron Company and later in Guest, Keen an...
Gurney family (Norwich) The Gurney family of Norwich was an influential family of English Quakers that established Gurney's bank in 1770 and had a major influence on the development of Norwich.
Handley family The Handleys were a prominent family in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, between around 1777 and the late 1800s.
Havell family The Havell family of Reading, Berkshire, England included a number of notable engravers, etchers and painters, as well as writers, publishers, educators, and musicians.
Holland family The Holland family was a medieval-era English noble family.
House of Beaufort The House of Beaufort is an English noble family, which originated in the fourteenth century and played an important role in the Wars of the Roses in the fifteenth century.
House of Beaumont The Norman family of Beaumont was one of the great baronial Anglo-Norman families which became rooted in England after the Norman conquest.
House of Percy The House of Percy (old French Perci) were the most powerful noble family in northern England for much of the Middle Ages, having descended from William de Percy (d.1096), a Norman who cro...
Howard family The Howard family is an English aristocratic family founded by John Howard who was created Duke of Norfolk (3rd creation) by Plantagenet monarch Richard III of England in 1483.
Hyde family of Denchworth The Hyde family of Denchworth in the English county of Berkshire were a landed family from at least the Norman period to the late modern era.
Irving Family The Irving Family are the descendants of Samuel Brodribb,, a salesman who collected orders for the tailoring department of a local store, and his wife Mary, née Behenna,, the daughter of a Corn...
Irving family The Irving Family are the descendants of Samuel Brodribb, (born c.1800 at Clutton - died in Bristol 20 June 1876), a salesman who collected orders for the tailoring department of a local store,...
Jephson Jephson (also spelt Gestson) may refer to various members of, or estates belonging to, a landed family chiefly seated in the English county of Hampshire and the Irish county Cork.
Joel family The Joel family of England was headed by three brothers, Jack, Woolf and Solomon, who made a fortune in diamond and gold mining in South Africa.
Kemble family Kemble is the name of a family of English actors, who reigned over the British stage for decades.
Kingsbury family The Kingsbury family was an influential family in medieval England, and they continue to be an important part of American society today.
Knollys (family) Knollys, the name of an English family descended from Sir Thomas Knollys, Lord Mayor of London.
Knollys family Knollys, the name of an English family descended from Sir Thomas Knollys (died 1435), Lord Mayor of London.
Knott family (lighthouse keepers) The Knott family of lighthouse keepers is accredited with the longest period of continuous service in the history of manned lighthouses, commencing in 1730 at South Foreland with William Knott ...
Lady Jasmine Dunne Lady Jasmine Dunne was born in 1973, the third daughter of Peregrine Cavendish, 12th Duke of Devonshire and Amanda Carmen Heywood-Lonsdale.
Levett Levett is an Anglo-Norman territorial surname deriving from the village of Livet-en-Ouche, now Jonquerets-de-Livet, in Eure, Normandy.
Lupo family The Lupo family was a family of court musicians in England in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Lupton family The Lupton family achieved prominence in the Northern English city of Leeds in the Georgian and Victorian eras.
MacDonald sisters The MacDonald sisters were four British sisters, notable for their marriages to well-known people of the Victorian era.
Mander family The Mander family has held for over 200 years a prominent position in the Midland counties of England, both in the family business and public life.
Marmion (surname) Marmion is a surname found in Great Britain and Ireland, of Anglo-Norman origin.
Martineau family The Martineau Family were a political dynasty from Birmingham, England.
Middleton family The Middleton family is the immediate family of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, formerly commonly known as Kate Middleton.
Mitford family The Mitford family is a minor aristocratic English family whose main family line had seats at Mitford, Northumberland.
Mocatta Mocatta is the name of a prominent Anglo-Jewish family originally from Spain known for philanthropy, leadership and sponsorship of arts and letters, particularly in the United Kingdom.
Musgrave family The Musgrave family was a family which gained lands in northern England after invading Britain as a follower of William the Conqueror.William Camden said that they gained their name from the village of Great Musgrave, where they settled, but Arthur Collins suggested that the name was a variation...
Musgraves of Northern England The Musgrave family was a noble family which gained lands in northern England after invading Britain as a follower of William the Conqueror.
Norman family The Norman family became prominent in British banking circles from about 1820 to 1950.
Norreys Norreys may refer to various members of, or estates belonging to, a landed family chiefly seated in the English counties of Berkshire and Lancashire and the Irish county of Cork.
Ogle family The Ogle family was prominent landed gentry in Northumberland from before the time of the Norman Conquest.
Pakington family Pakington, the name of a famous English Worcestershire family, now represented by the barony of Hampton.
Palmes family The Palmes family of Naburn Hall, and the cadet branches of Lindley Hall, North Yorkshire; Ashwell, Rutland; and Carcraig in Ireland, are an ancient English aristocratic family, noted for their adherence to Catholicism.
Pease family (Darlington) The Pease family was a prominent English and mostly Quaker family associated with Darlington and County Durham and descended from Joseph Pease of Darlington, son of Edward Pease.
Perkins family of Ufton The Perkins family of Ufton Nervet in the English county of Berkshire were a prominent Roman Catholic family in Protestant England.
Piper family The Piper family is an English artistic family of several generations.
Redgrave family The Redgrave family is an English acting dynasty, spanning four generations.
Rich family The Rich family was an influential noble family of England that held the peerage titles of Baron Rich, Earl of Warwick, Baron Kensington, Earl of Holland and Baronet Rich during a period spannin...
Richard Bache Jr. (Texas politician) Richard Bache, Jr. (1784–1848), was a Representative to the Second Texas Legislature in 1847 and assisted in drawing up the Texas Constitution of 1845.
Robin Fox family The Robin Fox family is a family with several members in the acting and related professions over a number of generations.
Rothschild banking family of England The Rothschild banking family of England was founded in 1798 by Nathan Mayer von Rothschild who first settled in Manchester but then moved to London. Nathan was sent there from his home in Frankfurt by his father, Mayer Amschel Rothschild.
Sainsbury family The Sainsbury family (also Lord Sainsbury and family and incorrectly the Sainsbury's family) founded Sainsbury's, the UK's second-largest supermarket chain.
Sampson Lloyd There are three generations of Sampson Lloyd in the Lloyd family of Birmingham, England.
Scrope Scrope is the name of an old English family of Norman origin.
Selby family The Selby family was a prolific and widespread English family that originated in Selby, Yorkshire, but largely settled in Northumberland.
Seymour family Seymour, or St. Maur, is the name of an English family in which several titles of nobility have from time to time been created, and of which the Duke of Somerset is the head.
The Wodehouse The Wodehouse (formerly also Woodhouse) is a grade II* listed country house near Wombourne, Staffordshire, notable as the seat of the Georgian landscape designer and musicologist Sir Samue...
Tolkien family The Tolkien family is an English family whose best known member is J. R. R. Tolkien, Oxford academic and author of the fantasy books The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and The Silmaril...
Tollemache family Baron Tollemache, of Helmingham Hall near Ipswich in the County of Suffolk, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
Tonson Tonson was the name of a family of London booksellers and publishers in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Towneley (family) The Towneley or Townley family are an English recusant family whose ancestry can be traced back to Norman England.
Towneley family The Towneley or Townley family are an English recusant family whose ancestry can be traced back to Norman England.
Tuke family The Tuke family of York were "a remarkable family of Quaker innovators".
Tylden (family) The Tylden (or Tilden) family represent a landholding family.
Tylden family The Tylden (or Tilden) family represent a landholding family.
Tyndall Tyndall (the original spelling, also Tyndale, Tyndal, Tindall, Tindal, Tindale, Tindle, Tindell, Tindill, and Tindel) is the name of an Engl...
Umfraville Umfraville is the name of an English baronial family, derived from Amfreville in Normandy.
Vavasour (family) The Vavasour family are an English Catholic family whose history dates back to Norman times.
Vavasour family The Vavasour family are an English Catholic family whose history dates back to Norman times.
Verney family Verney is the name of an English family that traces back around eight centuries.
Vernon family The Vernon family was a wealthy, prolific and widespread English family with 11th-century origins in Vernon, France.
Vyvyan family The Vyvyans are a prominent Cornish family: they are recorded as landowners in Penwith and Kerrier since the 15th century.
Walpole family The Walpole family is a famous English aristocratic family whose seat is Houghton Hall.
Walsh (surname) Walsh is an Irish surname, meaning "Briton" or "foreigner," literally "Welshman," taken to Ireland by Brythonic soldiers during the Norman Invasion of Ireland.
Walter Freud Anton Walter Freud, (April 3, 1921 in Vienna - February 8, 2004 Oxted), was a chemical engineer and a member of the Royal Pioneer Corps and the British Special Operations Executive.
Weld-Blundell family The Weld family, which became in its main branch the Weld-Blundell family, is an old English family that claims descent from Eadric the Wild and has branches in several parts of England an...
Whistler family The Whistler family are a notable artistic family from the south of England whose members include the prominent English national figures, brothers Rex Whistler and Laurence Whistler.