Welcome to Ted Barrington's family tree site!

Trees

PRIMARY TREE

(other trees are accessed via the Primary Tree or the surname links below)

Surnames

BARRINGTON !
CLEMENTS !
COLE !
COLLINS !
DAY !
FLEMING !
GOLLAN
HALEY !
HAYWARD !
JAMES !
JONES !
LITTLE
PULLING !
ROBBINS !
ROBERTS !
SIMMONS !
SPRING !
SYDES !
TUDGEY !
TYRRELL !
WHITE !
WILKINSON !

Other surnames

(links will take you to the related surname branch as listed above)

 

 

During the 1700s and 1800s my ancestors migrated to Australia from England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. This site traces their origins and outlines many of their descendents. 

Is one of your ancestors on this site?

The purpose of this site is to share information, to allow other descendents to identify common ancestors and to encourage anyone who would like further information (or has further information) to contact me at... 
         

 

... ... ... INFORMATION IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED ... ... ...

Pages yet to be updated are denoted by ! to the left

Using this site

This site is arranged into trees. The first "Primary Tree" contains my immediate ancestors, including those who came to Australia. Key individuals on this tree link to further information (a short biography, extended ancestry including siblings and other descendents, photos where possible, and some reference to sources) and GIF trees of their ancestors. 

On the GIF trees, direct ancestors are traced in bold, some UK civil registration certificate details are given (the district followed by the volume and page numbers e.g. 5c/226) and some Victorian (Australian) BDM certificate numbers are also given prefixed by '#'. 

Click HERE to view the Primary Tree.

Accuracy of information

Information from primary sources is denoted by colour in the GIF trees (those I've managed to update). Information not in colour is from other sources: indexes, shared research etc. Please note that the information contained on this site has come from a variety of sources and errors or omissions may exist. The GIF trees have been constructed using a 'best-fit' approach from the information available, providing scope for further research.

If you come across any errors or omissions (or broken links!) on this site, I would love to hear from you.

Acknowledgments

I am indebted to my grandfather R.C. Barrington and my grandmother M.F. Robbins nee Simmons for the substantial progress they'd already achieved, and for items such as photographs which would not otherwise have been within my reach. 

And finally, many thanks for the countless contributions from other researchers who were kind enough to share their information with me.