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PART 1: SWINTON CHARTS

SWINTON: Chart 1A, Sheets 1-3
| Swinton: Ch1A, Sh1 | Swinton: Ch.1A, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.1A, Sh.3 |
"A Genealogical Tree of the Family of Swinton of that Ilk": This tree, showing both male and female lines covers the mainline family of Swinton's in Scotland and is estimated as having been produced in the late 1800's or early 1900's. The history of the origin of this tree is unknown. The photocopy given to me in the early 1980’s is of a very poor quality and has been touched up wherever the information was positively recognisable. Original copies of this chart are in the possession of John Walter Swinton of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the 35th Head of the family and Ernest Phillip Antill Swinton of Malua Bay, NSW, Australia, a descendant of Captain Edward George Swinton.

SWINTON: Chart 1B, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.1B, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1B, Sh.2 |
"Swinton of that Ilk": This magnificent tree shows the proven male lines of descent of the mainline Swinton family of Scotland. Also shown are the Heraldic arms of the various Swinton generations and families, including those arms established through marriage and the arms of those families with whom marriage took place. In 1921, John R. Sutherland was commissioned to produce this tree by George Sitwell Campbell Swinton of 'Kimmerghame', Duns, Scotland while he was Lord Lyon, King of Arms, Edinburgh, Scotland. The original is in full colour and is at 'Kimmerghame'. In c.1989 Major-General, Sir John Swinton, grandson of the originator, and current head of the Campbell-Swinton branch of the family had the plaque containing the genealogy and arms taken down, and he then commissioned the addition of the six earliest generations that had then been proven.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 1
| Swinton: Chart 1 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheets 1-8
| Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.4 |
| Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.5 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.6 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.7 | Swinton: Ch.1C, Sh.8 |
"Descent of the mainline Swinton family from their earliest Eadulfing ancesters": This tree, created by Gary R.R. Swinton for the Swinton Family Society, shows the descent of the main family of Swintons'. Their origin was in Bernicia and Diera, or Northumbria, which later became Northumberland, a region that stretched from the Firth of Fourth in the north down to the River Humber in the south. The family acted in varying capacities over the region, from Chieftain or Overlord, High Reve to numerous Earls of Northumberland, wielding their power from the fortess castle of Bamberg on the coast. During later centuries many members of the family held high military rank in the service of the monarchs, in the parliaments of Scotland and the United Kingdom. The family has survived the times of borderland conflict between the English and the Scots, rising again and again from the destruction inflicted on this lowland region. During the 1700 and 1800's many members of the family were employed with the "Honourable East India Company". Honour has been attached to many of this family like Sir Ernest Dunlop Swinton for his part in the development of the military tank. A little known fact concerns Captain Samuel Swinton, husband of Félicité Jean le Febre. Baroness Orczy, when she wrote "The Scarlet Pimpernel" in 1905 loosely based the story of the hero, Sir Percy Blakeney, on the life Samuel in France during the French Revolution where, with his wife they assisted in the escape by some of the noblility who were in danger of going to the guillotine. This tree is probably the most complete record of the main Swinton family in existance. From these roots the family has spread out across the world and it is to this family that all the modern Swinton branches seek to find their roots.

SWINTON: Chart 1D, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.1D, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1D, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of Sir Alexander Swinton, c1600-1652 and Margaret Home". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D.

SWINTON: Chart 1E, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.1E, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1E, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.1E, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.1E, Sh.4 |
"Descendants of John Swinton, c1700-1774 and Mary Semple". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D, Sheet 1–>Chart 1E.

SWINTON: Chart 1F.1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.1F.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1F.1, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.1F.1, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of John Swinton, c1760-1820 and Mary Anne Hepburn". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 1–>Chart 1F.1.

SWINTON: Chart 1F.2, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.1F.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.1F.2, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of George Swinton, 1780-1854 and Anne Elizabeth Swinton". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 1–>Chart 1F.2.

SWINTON: Chart 1F.3
| Swinton: Ch.1F.3, Sh.1 |
"Descendants of William Swinton, 1784-1853 and Elizabeth Blair". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 1 (inc. Browne Ch.1) –>Chart 1F.3.

SWINTON: Chart 2A, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.2A, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.2A, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of Alexander Swinton, Lord Mersington". This chart contains a potential link to the South Carolina, USA branch of the family through SWINTON: Chart 17. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D, Sheet 1–>Chart 2A.

SWINTON: Chart 2B, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.2B, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.2B, Sh.2 |
"The branch of Swintons' descending from Archibald Swinton, living c1700, of Kimmerghame, Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland, son of John Swinton, 26th of that Ilk, and Mary Semple". This is one of the significant branches of the Swinton family and is one of the very few that still has strong ties with its Scottish heritage. The branch has remained located in close proximity to the traditional seat of Swinton and it is generally to this branch of the family that anyone of the modern era seeking visible signs of family heritage look. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 4–>Chart 2B.

SWINTON: Chart 2C
| Swinton: Ch.2C |
"The history of Wing Commander Neville Swinton of Berwick-upon-Tweed, England". This chart was constructed from correspondence from Neville held by Major-General Sir John Swinton of Kimmerghame and is possibly a sub-chart of SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 5 through Robert Hepburne Swinton and Eliza Hunter. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 1–>Chart 1F.1, Sheet 1–>Chart 2C.

SWINTON: Chart 3, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.3, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.3, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.3, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.3, Sh.4 |
"The Complete Ancestry of Gary Robert Reeves Swinton and Glenda Jean Ward": This chart shows the extent to which the ancestral lines have been traced, based on sources such as Burke's Landed Gentry. The research following the Greer or Greirson line was largely carried out by Julie (Rauert) Swane of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 4
| Swinton: Ch.4 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 4, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.4, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of Thomas Swinton and Isobel Dickison of Innerleithen, Peebleshire, Scotland". This chart shows the family from who the Australian branches of SWINTON: Charts 4A and 4B descend; as well as the Scottish and Canadian branches through SWINTON: Charts 5 and 21.

SWINTON: Chart 4A, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.4A, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4A, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of Thomas Swinton and Mary N. Brown of North Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland who migrated to Australia in 1854 and settled in the Warrnambool district": This tree follows the descendants of Thomas and his wife Elizabeth McPherson who settled in the Mortlake district, and his brother William Swinton and his wife Ann Page. William and Ann established the merchandising store "Swinton and Sons" in Timor Street, Warrnambool, a business which has been central to the family until recent times. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A.

SWINTON: Chart 4A.1, Sheets 1 - 5
| Swinton: Ch.4A.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A.1, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4A.1, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.4A.1, Sh.4 | Swinton: Ch.4A.1, Sh.5 |
"Descendants of William Swinton and his marriages to 1] Jane (Jenny) Wallace and 2] Anna Louisa Uebergang": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.1.

SWINTON: Chart 4A.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.4A.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A.2, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4A.2, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of Robert Swinton and Elizabeth Beatrice Dincan": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.2.

SWINTON: Chart 4A.3, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.4A.3, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A.3, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4A.3, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of Janet Swinton and John Calvert Kerr": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.3.

SWINTON: Chart 4A.4, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.4A.4, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A.4, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of John Swinton and Charlotte Scott Dunn": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.4.

SWINTON: Chart 4A.5, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.4A.5, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.4A.5, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.4A.5, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.4A.5, Sh.4 |
"Descendants of George Swinton and Sarah Florence Rickey": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.4.

SWINTON: Chart 4B
| Swinton: Ch.4B |
"The family of Robert Dryburgh Menzies Swinton and Euphemia Brown, [also see BROWN: Chart 1]. The history of this family and that of James Duncan and Ann Speid [see DUNCAN: Chart 1] were always very much entwined. In Scotland Robert had been mistakenly thought to be involved in some capacity on the Firth of Fourth Bridge construction. Both families had a long association with the West Melbourne Gas Works, later the Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria. He was originally bought out to Melbourne to build the first gas retort for the company and then he remained in their employment. Some of his children and descendants have also held employment there. Roberts first 'Duncan' grand-daughter, Elizabeth Beatrice Duncan was to marry into the Warrnambool Swinton family (see SWINTON: Chart 4A), reestablishing a union between the two Swinton families. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4B.

SWINTON: Chart 5
| Swinton: Ch.5 |
"The family of James Swinton, son of Thomas Swinton and Ann Hall. James and his wife Euphemia (or Elspeth) Leithead settled in Ontario, Canada": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5.

SWINTON: Chart 6, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.6, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.6, Sh.2 |
“The descendants of Elizabeth Todd and ancestry of John Harrison and his nephew Nicholas Harrison”. Elizabeth is thought to be a possible daughter of General Samuel Swinton (1763-1825). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C –> 1D –> 1E, Sheet 1 –> 6.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 7
| Swinton: Ch.7 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 7, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.7, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.7, Sh.2 |
"The descent of one branch of the Fifeshire Swinton family of Scotland, whose lines form a significant part of the Australia Swinton Family": Members of this family emigrated to Australia in the mid/late 1800's and have established themselves across Australia with significant lines in Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. Initially this family was extensively researched by the late Brian Copley of Mandurah, Western Australia. Subsiduary Charts include: SWINTON: Charts 7.1 to 7.4; 8; 8.1; 8.2; 9 and 24; BROWN: Chart 2; GORDON: Chart 2; KING: Chart 1; KIRKLAND: Chart 1; STEWART: Chart 1 and WALKER: Chart1.

SWINTON: Chart 7.1
| Swinton: Ch.7.1 |
“The descendants of George Swinton and Margaret Henderson who married in 1824 at Dysart, Fifeshire, Scotland”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.1.

SWINTON: Chart 7.2
| Swinton: Ch.7.2 |
“The descendants of David Swinton and Janet Cuthbertson, married 1828 in Dundee, Scotland.” Sequence SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2.

SWINTON: Chart 7.2A, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.7.2A, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.7.2A, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.7.2A, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of George Swinton's 1st marriage to Margaret Ralston in 1868 at Ballarat, Victoria, and his 2nd marriage to Margaret Jane Roach in 1881 at Greta, NSW, Australia.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 7.2A and BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> Swinton: Chart 7.2.

SWINTON: Chart 7.2B, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.7.2B, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.7.2B, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.7.2B, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Walter (Wattie) Swinton and Doris Mary Boyle, married 1921 at Greta, NSW, Australia.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 7.2A –> 7.2B.

SWINTON: Chart 7.3, Sheets 1 - 7
| Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.4 | Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.5 | Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.6 | Swinton: Ch.7.3, Sh.7 |
“The descendants of David Swinton and Margaret Jane MacKay, married 1840 in Monimail, Fifeshire, Scotland.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.3.

SWINTON: Chart 7.4, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.7.4, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.7.4, Sh.2 |
“The descendants of John Swinton and Elizabeth Trail, married 1818 in Fifeshire, Scotland.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.4.

SWINTON: Chart 7.4A
| Swinton: Ch.7.4A |
“The descendants of David Swinton and Sarah Brown, married 1854 in Quebec, Canada.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.4 –> 7.4A

SWINTON: Chart 7.5
| Swinton: Ch.7.5 |
“The descendants of Alexander Swinton and Janet Hutchinson, married 1822 in Fifeshire, Scotland.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.5.

SWINTON: Chart 8, Sheets 1 - 9
| Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.4 |
| Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.5 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.6 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.7 | Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.8 |
| Swinton: Ch.8, Sh.9 |
"A branch of the Scottish Fifeshire Swinton family who settled in Australia": This branch had its origins in Victoria before moving to the Gosford area on the north-central coast of New South Wales. The family went into the timber industry establishing 'Walker Bros. Timber Mill' which was a significant part of the industry in the region, along with their involvement in timber felling and haulage. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 and BATH: Chart 1 –>1.4 –> SWINTON: Chart 8.

SWINTON: Chart 8.1
| Swinton: Ch.8.1 |
“The descendants of Harold Charles Swinton and Gerturde Iren Bridge.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> 8.1 and BATH: Chart 1 –>1.4 –> SWINTON: Chart 8 –> 8.1.

SWINTON: Chart 8.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.8.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.8.2, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.8.2, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Stanley David Swinton and Ethel Kathleen Mary McGlashan.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> 8.2 and BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> SWINTON: Chart 8 –> 8.2.

SWINTON: Chart 9, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.9, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.9, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.9, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.9, Sh.4 |
"A branch of the Scottish Fifeshire Swinton family who settled in Victoria, Australia". This family has its origins in the goldfields around Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in the 1850's. From there James Swinton took his wife, Agnes Young Thompson, and family to Melboune, Victoria where their descendants have remained. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 9.

SWINTON: Chart 10, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.10, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.10, Sh.2 |
"A branch of the Swinton family originating in Alnwick, Northumberland, England": The family whose earlier members were all 'Cordwainers' around Alnwick, changed occupation to a maritime one located in the ports area of London. Various lines of the family spread out and became established in New Zealand and Australia. The family was largely researched by Allan James Swinton of Loganlea, Queensland, Australia and Allan David Swinton of Auckland, New Zealand. See sub-charts SWINTON: Chart 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 and 10.4.

SWINTON: Chart 10.1
| Swinton: Ch.10.1 |
"The Northumberland descendants of George Swinton and Elizabeth Sandilands". This line was researched by T. Hutchinson of Middlesex, England. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 10 –> 10.1.

SWINTON: Chart 10.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.10.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.10.2, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.10.2, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of James Swinton & Jemima Horne who settled in New Zealand". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 10 –> 10.2.

SWINTON: Chart 10.3
| Swinton: Ch.10.3 |
"The New Zealand Maori descendants of William Swinton and Herewaka Te-Rangipaea Heremia". Herewaka was a Maori of high status from the east coast. In 1999 this chart was expanded by their grandson, Matekoraha Oneroa Eruera of Opotiki, New Zealand. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 10 –> 10.3.

SWINTON: Chart 10.4, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.10.4, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.10.4, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Allan Chisholm Swinton and Mary Ann Reynolds". Mostly this branch remained in England with a few members settling in Australia. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 10 –> 10.4.

SWINTON: Chart 11,Sheets 1 - 5
| Swinton: Ch.11, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.11, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.11, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.11, Sh.4 |
| Swinton: Ch.11, Sh.5 |
"The descendants of James Swinton and Janet Stewart and their son Thomas Swinton who was transported as a convict to the penal settlement of Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania, Australia)":

SWINTON: Chart 12
| Swinton: Ch.12 |
"The descendants of Mark Swinton of Inverkeithing, Scotland, 1515-1650": The information shown is reproduced from "The Swinton Story", published by Andrew Laird Swinton, Dundee, Scotland, 1977-78.

SWINTON: Chart 13, Sheets 1 & 2
| Swinton: Ch.13, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.13, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of John and Janet Swinton (m: 1687) of North Queensferry, Fifeshire, Scotland". It covers the family of Andrew Laird Swinton, author of "The Swinton Story", published in a limited edition, Dundee, Scotland, 1977-78. A copy of this book was given to me (c1990) by his daughters Elspeth Gillian (Swinton) Dougall and Fay Margaret Swinton.

SWINTON: Chart 14
| Swinton: Ch.14 |
"The descendants of Henry Swinton (d: c1772) and his wife Margaret Weeland, of North Queensferry, Fifeshire, Scotland": The information shown is reproduced from details in "The Swinton Story", published by Andrew Laird Swinton, Dundee, Scotland, 1977-78.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 15
| Swinton Ch.15 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 15
| Swinton: Ch.15 |
"The descendants of Alexander Swinton and Jean (or Jane) Greive, who emigrated from Todrig, in the Berwickshire area of the Scottish border, to Ontario, Canada in 1832-3": The family settled in the Douro area of Ontario, then later in Arran and Port Elgin before crossing the Great Lakes into Michigan, and then spread out across the United States. The charts in this group were produced from the research and writing, of Barbara G. Mordy of Santa Clara, California, USA. See sub-charts SWINTON Charts 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 25, MARTINDALE: Chart 1, POLLOCK: Chart 1 and SHANTZ: Chart 1.

SWINTON: Chart 15.1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.15.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.15.1, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.15.1, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of Alexander Swinton Jnr and Jane Currie". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> 15.1.

SWINTON: Chart 15.2, Sheets 1 - 5
| Swinton: Ch.15.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.15.2, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.15.2, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.15.2, Sh.4 | Swinton: Ch.15.2, Sh.5 |
"The descendants of George Donald Swinton and Martha J. Stanley". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> 15.2.

SWINTON: Chart 15.3
| Swinton: Ch.15.3 |
"The descendants of David Swinton and Agnes Harriot (Herriot)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> 15.3.

SWINTON: Chart 16
| Swinton: Ch.16 |
"The descendants of Helen Swinton of that Ilk, and John Hepburn of Smeaton". This chart has been based on the research and records of Vivienne S. (Moore) Dunstan of Fife, Scotland. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 4 –> 16.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 17
| Swinton: Chart 17 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 17, Sheets 1 & 2
| Swinton: Ch.17, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Alexander (Swyne) Swinton and his two wives, Jean Dougall and Margaret Moncrieff": This tree covers the branch of the family that became strongly established in South Carolina. In 1724 William Swinton went to South Carolina, in America where he soon came into possession of extensive land holdings. He completed surveys of the area in, and around Georgetown. In 1742 both William and his wife Hannah, died of "Country Fever" leaving a young family. See sub-charts SWINTON: Charts 17A, 17B and 17.1 to 17.5.

SWINTON: Chart 17A, Sheets 1 & 2
| Swinton: Ch.17A, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17A, Sh.2 |
“The descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown, including the descendants of Hannah’s brother Col. John White and Anthony White. Also included are the descendants of Hannah’s first marriage to Captain James Brown.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A. Also see descendant charts HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1, POTTS: Chart 1 and SWINTON: Charts 17.1 and 17.2.

SWINTON: Chart 17B, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.17B, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17B, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.17B, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Hugh Swinton (brother of William Swinton) and Judith Simmons.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B. Also see descendant family in BENNETT: Chart 1.

SWINTON: Chart 17.1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.17.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17.1, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.17.1, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Alexander Swinton (elder son of William and Hannah Swinton) and Elizabeth Potts.” Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.1. Also see ancestral and descendant charts MILLER: Chart 1, and POTTS: Chart 1.

SWINTON: Chart 17.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.17.2, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17.2, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.17.2, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Hugh Swinton (younger son of William and Hannah Swinton) and Susanna Hayne Splatt. From the marriage of their son Hugh Swinton to Anne Jane Bruce Scott, there is possibly a connection to the mainline family through SWINTON: Chart 2A. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2; also HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1 –> 17.2. Other sub-charts include BALL/BRYAN: Chart 1, HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1, LEGARÉ: Chart 1, and SWINTON: Charts 17.3, 17.4 and 17.5.

SWINTON: Chart 17.3, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.17.3, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17.3, Sh.2 |
“The descendants Hugh Swinton and Anne Jane Bruce Scott”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.3; also HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1 –> 17.2; and SWINTON: Chart 1C –> 2A –> 17.3. Also see sub-charts BONNEAU: Chart 1, BOYD: Chart 1, BRUNSON: Chart 1, DOVE: Chart 1, GIBSON/BURGESS: Chart 1, LAW: Chart 1.

SWINTON: Chart 17.4, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.17.4, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17.4, Sh.2 |
“The descendants of Henry Edward Swinton and Sarah Jane Clement”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.4; also HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1 –> 17.2 –> 17.4.

SWINTON: Chart 17.5, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.17.5, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.17.5, Sh.2 |
“The descendants of Hugh Ralph Swinton and Margaret Martha Vincent”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.5; also HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1 –> 17.2 –> 17.5.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO SWINTON CHART 18
| Swinton Ch.18 Guide |

SWINTON: Chart 18, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.18, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.18, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.18, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.18, Sh.4 |
"The branch of the Swinton family that was established in Cheshire, England in the early 1700's" The chart has been constructed from information supplied by Mrs Anne Cole of Lincolnshire, England, and Dr Shirley John of Runcorn, Cheshire, England. See sub-charts SWINTON: Chart 18.1, BILLINGTON: Chart 1, BOULT: Chart 1, RIGBY: Chart 1 and WHARTON: Charts 1 and 2.

SWINTON: Chart 18.1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.18.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.18.1, Sh.2 |
“Detail of some of the descendants of John Swinton and Jane Rigby, married 1820”. Some members of this family emigrated to Canada in the 1800's. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18 –> 18.1.

SWINTON: Chart 19A
| Swinton: Ch.19A |
“Descendants and kin of George and Elizabeth Swinton of Beston, Cheshire, England”. There are potential links with SWINTON: Chart 18.

SWINTON: Chart 19B
| Swinton: Ch.19B |
“Descendants and kin of Mr …?… Swinton who was buried in 1690 and his wife Elizabeth, of Middlewich Cheshire, England”. There are potential links with SWINTON: Chart 18.

SWINTON: Chart 19C
| Swinton: Ch.19C |
“Descendants Thomas Swinton who died before 1677/8 and his wife Margaret, of Lower Knutsford Cheshire, England”. There are potential links with SWINTON: Chart 18.

SWINTON: Chart 20, Sheets 1a, 1b & 2
| Swinton: Ch.20, Sh.1a | Swinton: Ch.20, Sh.1b | Swinton: Ch.20, Sh.2 |
"A branch of the mainline Swinton family descendants of Capt. Edward George Swinton and Charlotte Sophia MacKenzie who settled in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia. Edward was in military service in India, possibly in the service of the East India Company. Around 1870 he arrived in Australia and took up the selection (parcel of land) called Copes Creek, near Tinga, in the New England region of New South Wales. It appears that he was influential in the area, as the region became the Parish of Swinton. The chart has been constructed from research on the origin of the naming of the Parish carried out by Mrs R.M. Wallis of Inverell, NSW. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 6 –> Chart 20. Also see subsequent charts MacKENZIE: Chart 1 and WRIGHT: Chart 1.

SWINTON: Chart 21, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.21, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.21, Sh.2 |
"The family and ancestry of John Donald Swinton and Darci Player of Vancouver, Canada". This family descended from Thomas Swinton, living c1750 in the Peebleshire area of Scotland, who had married Isabell Tait. It is thought that this was his second marriage, having probably been married firstly to Isabel Dickison (see SWINTON: Chart 4). The chart is constructed from the research of John D. Swinton of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 21. Also see sub-chart SWINTON: Chart 21.1.

SWINTON: Chart 21.1, Sheets 1 - 6
| Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.4 | Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.5 | Swinton: Ch.21.1, Sh.6 |
"The descendants of Thomas Swinton and Hay Middlemass of Berwickshire, Scotland". The descendants of this family still live in southern Scotland around Roxburgh and Peebleshire. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 21 –> 21.1.

SWINTON: Chart 22
| Swinton: Ch.22 |
"The ancestry of Richard W. Price of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA". This family originates from the Nottingham area of England.

SWINTON: Chart 23, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.23, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.23, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Henry Swinton and Jean Steele" of Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland. The chart is based on the records of Miss Jean T. Coutts of Forrestville, NSW, Australia.

SWINTON: Chart 24
| Swinton: Ch.24 |
"The family of Robert Swinton and Ann Henderson of North Yorkshire, England". This chart is based on the research of Allan James Swinton and Sylvia Douglas.

SWINTON: Chart 25, Sheets 1 - 4
| Swinton: Ch.25, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.25, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.25, Sh.3 | Swinton: Ch.25, Sh.4 |
"The family of James Swinton and Jessie Ingles of Smith Township, Ontario". This family originated in the Parish of Swinton and Simprin, Berwickshire, Scotland, before emigrating to Ontario, Canada c1831. Possibly a descendant chart from SWINTON: Chart 15.

SWINTON: Chart 26
| Swinton: Ch.26 |
"The family of William Auld Swinton". This family originated in the Nottingham region of England with some members settling in Canada.

SWINTON: Chart 27, Sheets 1a, 1b, 2 & 3
| Swinton Ch.27, Sh.1a | Swinton: Ch.27, Sh.1b | Swinton: Ch.27, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.27, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of John Swinton and Theodosia Mathison of East Lothian, Scotland".

SWINTON: Chart 28
| Swinton: Ch.28 |
"Descendants of Alexander Mather Swinton and Ruberta Walters Kerr of Arbroath, Scotland". The family originates in Arbroath, Angushire, Scotland in the late 1800’s.

SWINTON: Chart 29
| Swinton: Ch.29, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.29, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.29, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of George Melville Swinton and Elizabeth Brodie of Berwickshire, Scotland". The family originates in the borders region af Scotland and England in the early 1800’s. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 6 –> Chart 29.

SWINTON: Chart 30, Sheets 1 - 5
| Swinton: Ch.30, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.30, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.30, Sh.3 |
| Swinton: Ch.30, Sh.4 | Swinton: Ch.30, Sh.5 |
"Descendants of David Swinton of either England of Scotland and Polly Lewis of New York, USA".

SWINTON: Chart 31
| Swinton: Ch.31 |
"Descendants of Charles M. Swinton and Jane A. …?… of Denby, USA".

SWINTON: Chart 32, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.32, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.32, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of James Swinton and Helen Hastie of Midlothian, Scotland". From the research of their descendant, George Frederick Weston of California, USA.

SWINTON: Chart 33, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.33, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.33, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.33, Sh.3 |
"Descendants of David Swinton born c1820 in Scotland through his son David Greive Swinton Snr., born c1855 and Helen Rumgay”. This family appears to have originated in the area of Fifeshire, Scotland. While most of this family remains in Scotland the descendants of David Greive Swinton Jnr. live in Ontario, Canada.

SWINTON: Chart 34, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.34, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.34, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of Thomas Swinton and Elspeth Souter of St Andrews and St Leonards, Fifeshire, Scotland”.

SWINTON: Chart 35
| Swinton: Ch.35 |
"The basic ancestry of Stevonia Cunningham, USA”.

SWINTON: Chart 36, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.36, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.36, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.36, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of James Swinton and Mary Sutherland, born Scotland and married Australia 1883”.

SWINTON: Chart 37
| Swinton: Ch.37 |
"The George Douglas Swinton and Margaret Black Paterson, married 1903, Edinburgh, Scotland”.

SWINTON: Chart 38
| Swinton: Ch.38 |
"The Walter Lee Swinton and Eva Dell Ritter of Kansas, USA”.

SWINTON: Chart 39, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.39, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.39, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Samuel Swinton and Melissa Ferguson of (Williamsburg?), South Carolina, USA”. This branch possibly descended from William Swinton, or his brother Hugh, of the South Carolina family of Swintons (see SWINTON: Chart 17).

SWINTON: Chart 39.1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.39.1, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.39.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Frederick Douglas Swinton and Faustina Hawkins of Little Rock, Arkansas, USA”. Sequence: (SWINTON: Chart 17?) –> SWINTON: Chart 39 –> 39.1.

SWINTON: Chart 40
| Swinton: Ch.40 |
"The descendants of John T. Swinton (b: c1890) of Toronto, Ontario, Canada."

SWINTON: Chart 41, Sheets 1 - 3
| Swinton: Ch.41, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.41, Sh.2 | Swinton: Ch.41, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of John Suinton (b: c1760) and Mary Laird of Renfrewshire, Scotland."

SWINTON: Chart 42, Sheets 1 - 2
| Swinton: Ch.42, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.42, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Alexander Swinton (b:c1800) and Catherine Drummond of Gorbals, Lanarkshire, Scotland who emigrated to Port Jervis, New York, USA."

SWINTON: Chart 43
| Swinton: Ch.43 |
"The ancestry of Raymond Swinton Lee."

SWINTON: Chart 44
| Swinton: Ch.44 |
"The descendants of James Swinton, b:c1800 and possibly Susan Ross."

SWINTON: Chart 45
| Swinton: Ch.45 |
"The descendants of George Swinton, m: 1840 Ann Young of Berwickshire, Scotland."

SWINTON: Chart 46
| Swinton: Ch.46 |
"The ancestry and descendants of Rose Irene (Maltus) Swinton of Northumberland, England and of Victoria, Australia."

SWINTON: Chart 47
|| Swinton: Ch.47, Sh.1 | Swinton: Ch.47, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Robert Swinton, (1789-1871) and Ann Austin, (1791-1866) of Lincolnshire, England."

SWINTON: Chart 48
| Swinton: Ch.48 |
"The family of James Swinton, (1929-1997) and Louella Teresa Morris of South Carolina, USA."

SWINTON: Chart 49
| Swinton: Ch.49 |
"The family of Alice (Swinton) Fluitt, (1900-1998) of Salters, South Carolina, USA."

SWINTON: Chart 50
| Swinton: Ch.50 |
"The family of Buck Swinton (1892-1977) and Gardenia Peoples of Virgina, USA."

SWINTON: Chart 51
| Swinton: Ch.51 |
"The family of Archibald Swinton (Swine), m: 1785 to Elizabeth Young of Berwickshire, Scotland."

SWINTON: Miscellaneous Charts
These small charts are made up where there are at least 3 generations in the family group.
CHART A : The family of John Swinton, Pensylvannia State University, USA and Cordelia Westervelt.
CHART B : The family of Helen Todd Swinton and David Webster of Perthshire, Scotland.
CHART C : The family of William Swinton and Mary Anne Stevens, of Ashington, England.
CHART D : The family of Madeline M. (Graves) Swinton of New York, USA, 1919-2002.
CHART E : The family of Edward Swinton of Alnwick, Northumberland, England.
CHART F : The family of Elizabeth Swinton and John Rowland of Berwick-upon-Tweed and
Kyloe, Northumberland, England.
CHART G : The family of Alfred T. Swinton born in England, who ran away to sea aged 14
years and later settled at Cunnamulla, Queensland, Australia.
CHART H : The family of E. Gilmer Swinton of Alabama, USA.
CHART I : The family of June M. (Swinton) Noble of Edinburgh, Scotland.
CHART J : Vacant.
CHART K : The family of Jacob Swinton and Elizabeth Bellamy of Lincolnshire, England.
CHART L : The family of Otto Swinton of London, Ontario, Canada.
CHART M : The family of Anthony Swinton-Lee of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
.
CHART N : The family of Andrew & Elizabeth (McEachern) Swinton Loanhead, Islay, Scotland.
CHART O : The family of Thomas Swinton and Alice Maud Bales of NSW
, Australia.
CHART P : The family of Samuel Swinton and Flossie Mae Beaufort of South Carolina, USA.

WORKING CHART 1, Sheets 1 - 3: East Lothian, Scotland
| WCh.1, Sh.1 | WCh.1, Sh.2 | WCh.1, Sh.3 |
WORKING CHART 2, Sheets 1 - 2: Berwick County, Scotland
| WCh.2, Sh.1 | WCh.2, Sh.2 |
WORKING CHART 3 Sheets 1 - 2: Peebleshire, Selkirkshire and Roxburgh-shire, Scotland
| WCh.3, Sh.1 | WCh.3, Sh.2 |
WORKING CHART 4: West Lothian and Renfrewshire, Scotland
| WCh.4 |
WORKING CHART 5, Sheets 1 - 3: Ayr, Clackmannan, Kinross, Kircudbright, Lanark and Stirlingshire, Scotland
| WCh.5, Sh.1 | WCh.5, Sh.2 | WCh.5, Sh.3 |
WORKING CHART 6, Sheets 1 - 10: Fifeshire, Scotland
| WCh.6, Sh.1 | WCh.6, Sh.2 | WCh.6, Sh.3 | WCh.6, Sh.4 | WCh.6, Sh.5 |
| WCh.6, Sh.6 | WCh.6, Sh.7 | WCh.6, Sh.8 | WCh.6, Sh.9 | WCh.6, Sh.10 |
WORKING CHART 7, Sheets 1 - 3: Aberdeen, Angus, Kincardine, Moray and Orkney shires, Scotland
| WCh.7, Sh.1 | WCh.7, Sh.2 | WCh.7, Sh.3 |
WORKING CHART 8A, Sheets 1 - 4: Midlothian, Scotland
| WCh.8A, Sh.1 | WCh.8A, Sh.2 | WCh.8A, Sh.3 | WCh.8A, Sh.4 |
WORKING CHART 8B, Sheets 1 - 2: Midlothian - Inveresk and Musselburgh, Scotland
| WCh.8B, Sh.1 | WCh.8B, Sh.2 |
WORKING CHART 9, Sheets 1 – 4b: Cheshire, England
| WCh.9, Sh.1 | WCh.9, Sh.2a | WCh.9, Sh.2b | WCh.9, Sh.2c | WCh.9, Sh.2d |
| WCh.9, Sh.3a | WCh.9, Sh.3b | WCh.9, Sh.3c | WCh.9, Sh.4a | WCh.9, Sh.4b |
WORKING CHART 10: Nottinghamshire, England
| WCh.10 |
WORKING CHART 11: Lincolnshire, England
| WCh.11 |
WORKING CHART 12: Northumberland, England
| WCh.12 |
WORKING CHART 13, Sheets 1 & 2: Yorkshire, England
| WCh.13, Sh.1 | WCh.13, Sh.2 |
WORKING CHART 21: Ontario, Canada
| WCh.21 |
WORKING CHART 22: Quebec, Canada
| WCh.22 |

PART 2: OTHER RELATED FAMILY CHARTS

ANTILL: Chart 1
| Antill: Ch.1 |
"The ancestry of Isabella Jessie Antill". Sequence: ANTILL: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 20.

ARBUTHNOTT: Chart 1
| Arbuthnott: Ch.1 |
"The origin and early ancestry of the Arbuthnott Family”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 2 –> ARBUTHNOTT: Chart 1.

ARNOLD: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Arnold: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Arnold: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Arnold: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"New Zealand chart for the Arnold descendants of Richard Harman Jeffares Reeves and Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown". The Reeves family originated in Ireland in the early 1600's and through time the descendants who settled in Australia have established two strong branches in Victoria, Australia and in New Zealand. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 –> Chart 2 –> ARNOLD: Chart 1.

BACHE: Chart 1
| Bache: Ch.1, Sh.1 |
"The descendants of Ann Bath and James Bache". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 2 –> BACHE: 1.

BALL / BRYAN: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Ball/Bryan: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Ball/Bryan: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Ball/Bryan: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
| Ball/Bryan: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
"The Ball and Bryan family connections and descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> Chart 17A –> BALL/BRYAN: Chart 1 (also HAYNE/SPLATT: Ch. 1) –> SWINTON: Chart 17.2. Also see -chart LEGARÉ: Chart 1.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING TO BATH CHART 1
| Bath: Chart 1 Guide |

BATH: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Bath: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The Stithian descendants of John Bathe of St Brewards Parish, Cornwall, England". Also see the subsequent charts BATH: Charts 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.4, Sheets 1 - 3 and 1.5. BATH: Chart 1.4 also links with BATH: Chart 2 and SWINTON: Charts 7.

BATH: Chart 1.1
| Bath: Ch.1.1 |
"The descendants of James Bath and Blanch Duncalf". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.1.

BATH: Chart 1.2, Sheets 1 - 2
| Bath: Ch.1.2, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.1.2, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of John Bath and Jane (Jenepher) Bath". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.2.

BATH: Chart 1.3
| Bath: Ch.1.3 |
"The descendants of Henry Bath and Agnes …?…". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.3.

BATH: Chart 1.4, Sheets 1 - 4
| Bath: Ch.1.4, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.1.4, Sh.2 | Bath: Ch.1.4, Sh.3 | Bath: Ch.1.4, Sh.4 |
"The descendants of Tristram Bath and Joan Wilmot". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4. Also see links with sub-charts BATH: Chart 2 and SWINTON: Chart 7.

BATH: Chart 1.4A
| Bath: Ch.1.4A |
"The descendants of Tristram Bath and Ann Harris". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 1.4A.

BATH: Chart 1.5, Sheets 1 - 2
| Bath: Ch.1.5, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.1.5, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Tristram Bath and Elizabeth Trestene". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.5.

BATH: Chart 2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Bath: Ch.2, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.2, Sh.2 | Bath: Ch.2, Sh.3 |
"The descent of that branch of the Bath family who settled in Victoria, Australia and its connection with the Swinton and Ward families": The Bath family originates from the Cornwall area of England where it is still strongly represented. William Bath, his wife Mary Combellick and a number of their children settled in South Australia, with a descendant taking up land at Swanwater, near Cope Cope in the Wimmera area of Western Victoria. The property was named also Swanwater and is still farmed by a descendant. Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 2, also subsequent charts BATH: Charts 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, BOWLES: Chart 1, JONES/ADAMS: Chart 1 and WARD/VAIL: Chart 1.

BATH: Chart 2.1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Bath: Ch.2.1, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.2.1, Sh.2 |
Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 2 –> 2.1.

BATH: Chart 2.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Bath: Ch.2.2, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.2.2, Sh.2 | Bath: Ch.2.2, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of Leslie Percival Bath and Eliza Elsie Clarke". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 2 –> 2.2.

BATH: Chart 2.3, Sheets 1 - 4
| Bath: Ch.2.3, Sh.1 | Bath: Ch.2.3, Sh.2 | Bath: Ch.2.3, Sh.3 | Bath: Ch.2.3, Sh.4 |
Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> 2 –> 2.3.

BENNETT: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Bennett: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Bennett: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Bennett: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of John Bennett Jnr and Margaret Swinton (1729-1807)": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1.

BILLINGTON: Chart 1
| Billington: Ch.1 |
"The descendants of Robert Billington (1831-1890) and Martha Swinton". This branch Swinton family was established in Cheshire in the early 1700's. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18 –> BILLINGTON: Chart 1

BLAIR - DURHAM: Chart 1
| Blair/Durham: Ch.1 |
The ancestry of Elizabeth Blair, who in 1815 married William Swinton, a son of Lord John Swinton and Margaret Mitchelson. Sequence: BLAIR-DURHAM: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 1E, Sheet 1.

BONNEAU: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 8
| Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
| Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.5 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.6 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.7 | Bonneau: Ch.1, Sh.8 |
“The descendants of Col. William Henry Bonneau and Anna Maria Swinton”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 (& Hayne/Splatt: Chart 1) –> 17A&B –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> BONNEAU: Chart 1. Also see subsequent chart CROOK: Chart 1

BORTHWICK: Chart 1
| Borthwick: Ch.1 |
" The descendants of James Borthwick and Catherine Swinton" from WORKING CHART 1.

BOULT: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Boult: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Boult: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Boult: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Boult: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
“The descendants of Hannah Swinton and William Boult”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18, Sheet 1 –> BOULT: Chart 1, Sheet 1. Also see subsequent chart STULPNAGEL & REBSCH Family: Chart 1.

BOWLES: Chart 1, Sheet 1 - 3
| Bowles: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Bowles: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Bowles: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"The connection between the Bowles and Jones families of Melbourne and south central Victoria". This Australian branch of the Bowles family has its origin with Justus Bowles, who along with one William Stacey, in Great Yarmouth, England, were convicted of "feloniously stealing one jar of the value of sixpence and nine ounces weight of tobacco of the value of two shillings". As a convict Justus was sentenced to be "transported to such place beyond the seas as hi majesty, by the advice of his Privy Council shall direct for the period of seven years". This penal colony was Van Diemen's Land, now called Tasmania, Australia. In 1840, having served his sentence, he made his way across Bass Strait to Melbourne where two years later he married and began establishing this branch of the family. See subsequent charts JONES/ADAMS: Chart 1 and Ward/Vail: Chart 1.

BOYD: Chart 1
| Boyd: Ch.1 |
“The Boyd family descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> DOVE: Chart 1 –> BOYD: Chart 1.

BROWN: Chart 1
| Brown: Ch.1 |
"The family and relatives of Euphemia Brown who married Robert Dryburgh Menzies Swinton". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4B –> BROWN: Chart 1.

BROWN: Chart 2
| Brown: Ch.2 |
“The descendants of Alexander Brown and Mary Swinton of Methilhill, Fifeshire, Scotland”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> BROWN: Chart 2.

BROWNE: Chart 1
| Browne: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of Marie-Charlotte Swinton and Dr John Browne ”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>Chart 1E, Sheet 4 –> BROWNE: Chart 1–>Chart 1F.3.

BRUCE: Chart 1
| Bruce: Ch.1 |
"The descent of James VI, King of Scotland and I of England, from Robert de Bruis": This tree shows the point of connection of the Bruce family with the Swinton family. Sequence: BRUCE: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3.

BRUNSON: Chart 1
| Brunson: Ch.1 |
The Brunson family descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> DOVE: Chart 1 –> BRUNSON: Chart 1.

BRUNTON: Chart 1
| Brunton: Ch.1 |
The descendants of Mary Swinton (1849-1893) and David Brunton. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.4 –> BRUNTON: Chart 1.

BYAM: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Byam: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Byam: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Betsey L. Swinton (1802 – c1893) from her first marriage to Jesse Byam Jnr". Sequence: SWINTON Chart 30 –> BYAM Chart 1.

CALLANDER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 5
| Callander: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Callander: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Callander: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Callander: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
| Callander: Ch.1, Sh.5 |
"The descendants of John Callander, died 1644, Master Armourer to King James the VI & I". Sequence: CALLANDER: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 1E, Sheet 2.

CAZELET / EBSWORTH: Chart 1
| Cazelet-Ebsworth: Ch.1 |
“The ancestry of Elizabeth Ebsworth, wife of George Sitwell Campbell Swinton”. Elizabeths parents were a part of the huge Cazelet/Miller Trading Company that existed in Russia prior to the 1917 Revolution in which the peasants seized all property and assets of foreigners. Sequence: CAZELOT/EBSWORTH: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 2B.

CLARK: Chart 1
| Clark: Ch.1 |
"The Clark and Brown connection with the Reeves Family of Australia and New Zealand": This simple chart shows the family surrounding Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown on her marriage to Richard Harman Jeffare Reeves. See REEVES: Chart 2.

CLARKE: Chart 2
| Clarke: Ch.2 |
"The ancestral and descendant chart of Elsie Eliza Clarke and Leslie Percival Bath": Sequence: CLARKE: Chart 2 –> BATH: Chart 2.

COCKBURN: Chart 1
| Cockburn: Ch.1 |
“Members of the Cockburn family associated with the Swinton family”. Various links with SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7, 1D, Sheet 1 and Working Chart 1.

CRESSWELL: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Cresswell: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Cresswell: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"New Zealand Chart for the Cresswell descendants of Richard Harman Jeffares Reeves and Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown". The Reeves family originated in Ireland in the early 1600's and through time their descendants settled in Victoria, Australia and New Zealand. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 (or JEFFARES: Chart 1) –> REEVES: Chart 2 –> CRESSWELL: Chart 1.

CROOK: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Crook: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Crook: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Jesse William Crook and Mary Jane Bonneau": (see SWINTON: Chart 17). Sequence: : SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A (or HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1) –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> CROOK: Chart 1.

DOUGLAS: Chart 1
| Douglas: Ch.1 |
"The early descent of the Douglas's from Theobald".

DOVE: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Dove: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Dove: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
“The Dove family descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A (or HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1) –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> DOVE: Chart 1. Also see sub-charts BOYD: Chart 1, BRUNSON: Chart 1, GIBSON/BURGESS: Chart 1 and LAW: Chart 1.

DUNBAR: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Dunbar: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Dunbar: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Dunbar: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Dunbar: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
"History of the Dunbar family from Gospatric, the 1st Earl of Dunbar". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> DUNBAR: Chart 1. Also see subsequent charts DUNBAR: Charts 2, 3, 4, and 5.

DUNBAR: Chart 2
| Dunbar: Ch.2 |
"The Hope-Dunbar branch of the family". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> DUNBAR: Chart 1 –> Chart 2.

DUNBAR: Chart 3, Sheets 1 - 2
| Dunbar: Ch.3, Sh.1 | Dunbar: Ch.3, Sh.2 |
"The family of Dunbar of Mochrum". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> DUNBAR: Chart 1 –> Chart 3.

DUNBAR: Chart 4
| Dunbar: Ch.4 |
"The branch of the Duff-Sutherland-Dunbar family of Hempriggs". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> DUNBAR: Chart 1 –> Chart 4.

DUNBAR: Chart 5, Sheets 1 - 2
| Dunbar: Ch.5, Sh.1 | Dunbar: Ch.5, Sh.2 |
"The branch of the Dunbar family of Northfield". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> DUNBAR: Chart 1 –> Chart 5.

DUNCAN: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Duncan: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Duncan: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The family tree of James Duncan and Elizabeth Speid": The history of the family was always very much involved with that of Robert Dryburgh Menzies Swinton and Euphemia Brown. Both families had a long association with the West Melbourne Gas Works, later the Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> Charts 4A and 4B –> DUNCAN: Chart 1.

ELLIS: Chart 1
| Ellis: Ch.1 |
"New Zealand Chart for the Ellis descendants of Richard Harman Jeffares Reeves and Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown". The Reeves family originated in Ireland in the early 1600's and through time the descendants who settled in Victoria, Australia and in New Zealand. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 (or JEFFARES: Chart 1) –> Chart 2 –> ELLIS: Chart 1.

ELPHINSTONE: Chart 1
| Elphinstone: Ch.1 |
"The origins of the Elphinstone family from John de Swinton, living 1348, who became John de Elphinstone”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 4 (&6) –> ELPHINSTONE: Chart 1.

FLETCHER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 6
| Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.4 |

| Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.5 | Fletcher: Ch.1, Sh.6 |
"The descendants of the John Fletcher, b: 1654, and Mary Swinton, daughter of Alexander Swinton, Lord Mersington. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7 –> Chart 1D, Sheet 1–> FLETCHER: Chart 1.

GIBSON / BURGESS: Chart 1
| Gibson/Burgess: Ch.1 |
The Gibson and Burgess family descendants of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown (see SWINTON: Chart 17). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A (or HAYNE/SPLATT: Chart 1) –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> DOVE: Chart 1 –> GIBSON/BURGESS: Chart 1.

GORDON: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Gordon: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Gordon: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Gordon: Chart 1, Sheet 3 |
"Descent of the mainline Gordon family from the traditional joint founders of the family, Richard and Adam de Swinton c1050AD and the associated branches of the McCrae and Murison families and their descendants". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 2 –> GORDON: Chart 1

GORDON: Chart 2, Sheets 1 - 2
| Gordon: Ch.2, Sh.1 | Gordon: Ch.2, Sh.2 |
"A branch of the Swintons's of Fifeshire, Scotland and its link with the Gordon family": Traditionally the Gordon ancestor of this branch moved from the north of Scotland into Fifeshire establishing his family there. This tree is based on the research of Moira Jean (Gordon) Colley of Dunbar, Scotland. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.4 –> Gordon: Chart 2 and linking chart with KIRKLAND: Chart 1.

GREER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Greer: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Greer: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Greer: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Greer: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
Contains the details of the ancestral families of the Phelps, Wilcocks, Greer and Vaughan families and their links with the Reeves. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 3 –> GREER: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart REEVES: Chart 1.

HAMMOND: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Hammond: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Hammond: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Robert Hammond (1867- 1947) and Margaret Jane Patrick (1872-1924)": Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> HAMMOND: Chart 1.

HAWLEY: Chart 1
| Hawley: Ch.1 |
"The family of George Michael Hawley and his connection to the Swinton family": A British branch of the Hawley family, who had resided in Burma at the turn of the century before moving to Australia. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 4A –> 4A.2 –> HAWLEY: Chart 1; or REEVES: Chart 1 (or NAHAPIET: Chart 1) –> HAWLEY: Chart 1

HAY: Chart 1
| Hay: Ch.1 |
"The family of James W. Hay (1861-1943) and Isabella Patrick (1874- 1943). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> HAY: Chart 1.

HAYNE /SPLATT: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Hayne/Splatt: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Hayne/Splatt: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Hayne/Splatt: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
| Hayne/Splatt: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
The Hayne and Splatt family and ancestors of Sussannah Hayne Splatt who married Hugh Swinton (see SWINTON: Chart 17) and of Eliza Bailey, who married James Swinton. A linking chart for SWINTON: Chart 17A and 17.2.

HENDERSON: Chart 1
| Henderson: Ch.1 |
"The family of James Scott Henderson (1878-1924) and Effie Patrick (1883-1946)). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> HENDERSON: Chart 1.

HEPBURN: Chart 1
| Hepburn: Ch.1 |
The Hepburn family records from the OPR's for Haddingtonshire, East Lothian, Scotland. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7 –> 1D, Sheet 1 –> HEPBURN: Chart 1.

HOGG: Chart 1
| Hogg: Ch.1 |
"A branch of the Hogg family of Scotland": This is a recording of the early ancestry of a member of the Hogg family with whom I correspond. It has been recorded to assist in the search for early history of this family.

HOME: Chart 1
| Home: Ch.1 |
"Descent of the Home family from Sir David and Alicia Home of Wedderburn”. An ancestral chart from SWINTON: Chart 1 C, Sheet 6 (&7) and NISBET: Chart 1, Sheets 1B & 2.

HOPE: Chart 1
| Hope: Ch.1 |
"The Ancestry of Mary Semple who married John Swinton in 1723”. An ancestral chart from SWINTON: Chart 1E, Sheet 1.

JARMAN: Chart 1
| Jarman: Ch.1 |
"The only known history of the family and descent of Eric Jarman, of southern England and his connection with the Bath family of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia": Following World War 2 Eric Jarman and his wife Cicely Beatrice Reeves migrated from Devon, England to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Here they ran a boarding house until retirement. Following the death of Cicely, Eric became closely associated with the Bath family through Iris Jean (Bath) Ward (see WARD/VAIL: Chart 1).

JEFFARES: Chart 1
| Jeffares: Ch.1 |
The ancestry of the branch of the Jeffares family connecting with the Warrnambool Reeves family. Sequence: JEFFARES: CHART 1 –> REEVES: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: CHART 4A.2.

JONES, ADAMS: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Jones/Adams: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Jones/Adams: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The connection of the Jones and Adams families with the Bowles and Ward families of Melbourne and south central Victoria": The Jones family were farmers in the Kyneton area, Victoria, Australia. A linking chart with BOWLES: Chart 1 and WARD/VAIL: Chart 1

KENNEDY: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Kennedy: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Kennedy: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Kennedy: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
" Shows the descendants of Captain John Kennedy and Martha A. Potts". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.1 –> POTTS: Chart 1 –> KENNEDY: Chart 1.

KING: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| King: Ch.1, Sh.1 | King: Ch.1, Sh.2 | King: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Peter Charles King and Violet Neta Swinton”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> KING: Chart 1.

KIRKLAND: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Kirkland: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Kirkland: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"A branch of the Scottish Fifeshire Swinton family who settled in Australia": This branch has spread across the length and breadth of Australia. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart –> 7 –> 7.2 –> KIRKLAND: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart GORDON: Chart 2.

LAW: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Law: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Law: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Law: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
This tree shows the Law family ancesters of Jared Alexander Law who married Mabelle Dove, a descendant of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown (see SWINTON: Chart 17). Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> 17.3 –> DOVE: Chart 1 –> LAW: Chart 1

LAWRENCE - BROWN - SWINTON CONNECTION
| Lawrence/Brown/Swinton |
"See George Swinton and Annie McNaughton Lawrence on SWINTON: Chart 1F.3": This is part of the mainline Swinton tree and in simple terms shows the relationship between the various people mentioned on their marriage certificate.

LEGARÉ: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Legare: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Legare: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Legare: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Solomon Legaré (1770-1799), who married Mary Swinton (1771-1843) a descendant of William Swinton and Hannah (White) Brown”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> LEGARÉ: Chart 1, Also see sub-charts BALL/BRYAN: Chart 1 and MILLER: Chart 1.

LESLIE: Chart 1
| Leslie: Ch.1 |
The Leslies of Ireland and Jane Swinton.

LOFTON: Chart 1
| Lofton: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of Samuel Herd Lofton and Susan Ann Lowery”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.2 –> LOFTON: Chart 1.

McCRAE: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 5
| McCrae: Ch.1, Sh.1 | McCrae: Ch.1, Sh.2 | McCrae: Ch.1, Sh.3 | McCrae: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
| McCrae: Ch.1, Sh.5 |
“The ancestry and descendants of William McCrae and Thomasine Gordon (c1700) and the descendants of some connecting families”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 4&5 –> GORDON: Chart 1 –> McCRAE Chart 1.

MacKENZIE: Chart 1
| McKenzie: Ch.1 |
“The MacKenzie family connection through the marriage of Charlotte Sophia MacKenzie to Capt. Edward George Swinton, and also the Wright family descendants”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7 –> 1D, Sheet 1 –> 1E, Sheet 2 –> Chart 20, Sheet 1a –> MacKENZIE: Chart 1. Also see sub-charts WRIGHT: Charts 1 and 2.

McLEAN: Chart 1
| McLean: Ch.1 |
"McLean descendants from the South Western District of Victoria, Australia": This family was closely associated with the Reeves family of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia through the marriage of Mary Ellen McLean with Ralph Vaughan Reeves. The Clan McLean descended from Gillian 'of the battleaxe', in the thirteenth century. They are an extensive clan with a long and important history associated with the Western Isle of Scotland. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 –> McLEAN: Chart 1. Also see subsequent chart SWINTON: Chart 4A.2.

McLEAN: Chart 2
| McLean: Ch.2 |
The descendants of David McLean (b: c1855). David has no relationship, but named his son after his adjutant Lieut. Samuel Swinton.

MARTINDALE: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Martindale: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Martindale: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Maryann Swinton and David Martindale". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> MARTINDALE: Chart 1.

MICHELL: Chart 1
| Michell: Ch.1 |
"The descendants of Mary BATH (1820-1899) and Paul Michell (c1811-1897)". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> BATH: Chart 2 –> MICHELL: Chart 1.

MILLER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Miller: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Miller: Ch.1, Sh.1 |
"The descendants of Moses Miller and Mary". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.1 –> POTTS: Chart 1 –> MILLER: Chart 1. Also see subsequent family on LEGARÉ: Chart 1.

MILLIGAN: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Milligan: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Milligan: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Milligan: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Milligan: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
"The descendants of Margaret Bennett (1759-c1820) and Jacob Milligan (1730-c1797)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> MILLIGAN Chart 1.

MUNTZ: Chart 1
| Muntz: Ch.1 |
"New Zealand Chart for the Muntz descendants of Richard Harman Jeffares Reeves and Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown". The Reeves family originated in Ireland in the early 1600's and through time the descendants who settled in Australia have established branches in Victoria, Australia and in New Zealand. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 (or JEFFARES: Chart 1) –> REEVES: Chart 2 –> MUNTZ: Chart 1.

NAHAPIET: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Nahapiet: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Nahapiet: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Joseph Nahapiet and Vardeni Khonsani". Sequence: NAHAPIET: Chart 1 –> HAWLEY: Chart 1 (a descendant chart of SWINTON: Chart 4A.2).

NEVILL: Chart 1
| Nevill: Ch.1 |
"The Nevill family descendants from the Swintons". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 3 –> NEVILL: Chart 1

NICOLSON: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Nicolson: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Nicolson: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Janet Swinton and John (or James) Nicolson of Lasswade and Carnock, Scotland". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 6 –> NICHOLSON: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart DUNBAR: Chart 1.

NISBET: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Nisbet: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Nisbet: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Nisbet: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"Thedescent of the Nisbet family from its earliest origins". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheets 2&4 (& Sheet 7) –> NISBET: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart HOME: Chart 1.

OLVER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 5
| Olver: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Olver: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Olver: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Olver: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
| Olver: Ch.1, Sh.5 |
"The descendants of Eliza Ward (1857-1924) and Jacob Olver (1847-1917)". A sub-chart of WARD: Chart 1. Sequence: WARD: Chart 1 –> OLVER: Chart 1 (also see BATH: Chart 2.2, Sheet 1 and SWINTON: Chart 4A.2, Sh.2).

OWENS: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Owens: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Owens: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Owens: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Owens: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
"The descendants of Elizabeth Bennett (c1784-c1860) and William Owensson Joseph Owens (c1777-1860)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> OWENS: Chart 1.

OWENS: Chart 1.1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Owens: Ch.1.1, Sh.1 | Owens: Ch.1.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Robert Jackson Owens (1835-1864) and Priscilla Eleanor Gossett (1840-1920)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> OWENS: Chart 1 –> Chart 1.1.

OWENS: Chart 1.2, Sheets 1 - 3
| Owens: Ch.1.2, Sh.1 | Owens: Ch.1.2, Sh.2 | Owens: Ch.1.2, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of Mary Lucy Landerr Owens (1838-1882) and Param Thomas Hall (1828-1906)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> OWENS: Chart 1 –> Chart 1.2.

OWENS: Chart 1.3
| Owens: Ch.1.3 |
"The descendants of Charles Joseph Farmer Owens (1842-1875) and Mary Jane Brashear (1849-1924)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> OWENS: Chart 1 –> Chart 1.3.

OWENS: Chart 1.4, Sheets 1 - 2
| Owens: Ch.1.4, Sh.1 | Owens: Ch.1.4, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Nancy Owensson William Swinton Owens (c1812->1848) and Scott Stanley". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17B –> BENNETT: Chart 1 –> OWENS: Chart 1 –> Chart 1.4.

PAGE: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Page: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Page: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"Various Page families of in the Fifeshire area of Scotland and the connection with the family of William Swinton": This is a working sheet on the Page family which also shows the relationship of one branch with the Brodie's and William Swinton who settled in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia establishing the Swinton dynasty there. Sequence: PAGE: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 4A.

PATRICK: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Patrick: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Patrick: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Patrick: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Patrick: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
"The descendants of William Patrick (1878-1960) and Florence Tutton (1878-1956)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> PATRICK: Chart 1.

PATRICK: Chart 2
| Patrick: Ch.2 |
"The descendants of Elgin Patrick (1885-1967) and Alena Cordella Humphrey (1889- c1990/5)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> PATRICK: Chart 2.

PHILLIPS: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Phillips: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Phillips: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Phillips: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of Charity Bath (1831-1916) and William Phillips (1832-1906)". They lived at Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada. Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> BATH: Chart 2 –> PHILLIPS: Chart 1.

POLLOCK: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Pollock: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Pollock: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"The descendants of Jane Swinton (1832-1903) who married Archibald Pollock (1828-1917)". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> POLLOCK: Chart 1.

POSTLETHWAITE: Chart 1
| Postlethwaite: Ch.1 |
"The descendants of Louisa Jane Bath (1859-1927) and Louis Postlethwaite (1859-1924)". Sequence: BATH: Chart 1 –> 1.4 –> BATH: Chart 2 –> POSTLETHWAITE: Chart 1.

POTTS: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Potts: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Potts: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Potts: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"The descendants of Thomas Potts (1692-1764) and Sarah Burton". Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 17 –> 17A –> 17.1 –> POTTS: Chart 1. Also see the sub-charts KENNEDY: Chart 1 and MILLER: Chart 1.

GUIDE TO THE CHARTS LINKING WITH REEVES: Chart 1
| Reeves: Ch.1 Guide |

REEVES: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 5
| Reeves: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Reeves: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Reeves: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
| Reeves: Ch.1, Sh.4 | Reeves: Ch.1, Sh.5 |
"Contains details of the Reeves of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia and their ancestral families of Jeffares, Phelps, Wilcocks, Greer and Vaughan": This family had its origins in Ireland and through the Greer line has a long history that can be traced back to the early Scottish monarchs. The Vaughan family, from Dublin, Ireland, have consistently been involved with the church. The Reeves family which established itself in Victoria, Australia divided into two distinct lines. One remained in Victoria settling at Clifton Springs near Geelong, Victoria and then in the Western District at Hamilton and later at Warrnambool. The Warrnambool family started Reeves Cordials, known widely in the District and operated by three generations of the family before being sold. The other branch crossed the Tasman Sea to New Zealand establishing a considerable family. See sub-charts REEVES: Charts 2 & 3, ARNOLD: Chart 1, CRESSWELL: Chart 1, ELLIS: Chart 1, GREER: Chart 1, JEFFARES: Chart 1, MUNTZ: Chart 1 and SWINTON: Chart 4A.2.

REEVES: Chart 2
| Reeves: Ch.2 |
"Introductory chart for the New Zealand descendants of Charles Stephens Reeves showing the other associated charts": This chart shows the descendants of Jane Louisa Bringloe Brown from her fist marriage to J.T. Clark and from her second marriage to Richard Harman Jeffares Reeves, the founder of the New Zealand branch of the family. For many years this branch was unknown to the Victorian side as a result of a clerical error. The death certificate of Charles Stephens Reeves, father of Richard H.J. Reeves, the listing of his chidren had accidently included a 'Rachael' rather than Richard. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 –> 2. Also see sub-charts ARNOLD: Chart 1, CRESSWELL: Chart 1, ELLIS: Chart 1, MUNTZ: Chart 1 and REEVES: Chart 3.

REEVES: Chart 3
| Reeves: Ch.3 |
"New Zealand Chart for the descendants of Charles Stephen Reeves and Charlotte Glendinnen". This family is now spread throughout the length of the New Zealand islands. Sequence: REEVES: Chart 1 –> 2 –> 3.

RIGBY, STRINGER, CALDWELL: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Rigby/Stringer/Caldwell: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Rigby/Stringer/Caldwell: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
The branch of the Swinton family that was established in Cheshire, England in the early 1700's and which was closely associated with the Rigby family. A linking chart with SWINTON: Chart 18.

ROYAL LINES: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Royal Lines: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Royal Lines: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"Lines of descent of the Crowns of the Saxon Invaders of Britain and their Kingdoms": This chart bears little relationship to the other charts in this volume though it does show where the mainline Swinton family came into being. It was an attempt to show the descent of power over the ruling of Northumberland through the early ages, along with the influence, and relationships with the other kingdoms of Britain, from Vortigern's invasion of Kent to Athelstan, 1st King of England. It also shows the descent of the 'Bretwalda' (a term meaning the king of all England, though rarely, if ever, was their control really over all England), from Ælla, King of Sussex, Bretwalda I, c 480AD to Egbert, King of Wessex, Bretwalda VIII (800-836AD). The descent of the Swinton family is generally accepted as coming through the line from Eadulf 'the Ealdorman' (705AD), although it is not proven. It could be assumed that for Eadulf to have held the rank and status that he did, he was descended from these Northumbrian Kings. Sequence: ROYAL LINES: Chart 1 –> SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 1.

RUTHERFORD: Chart 1
| Rutherford: Ch.1 |
Showing the Rutherford family connections with the Swinton and Scott families of southern Scotland. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7, –> Chart 1D, Sheet 1 –> RUTHERFORD: Chart 1 and SCOTT: Chart 1.

SCOTT: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 2
| Scott: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Scott: Ch.1, Sh.2 |
"Descendants of Walter Scott": Sir Walter Scott, and his ancestors held a close relationship with the mainline Swinton family quite apart from the fact that his grandmother was a part of that family. Among his writings are characters who were part of the Swinton family Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C –> Chart 1D, Sheet 1–> RUTHERFORD: Chart 1 and SCOTT: Chart 1.

SCOTT: Chart 2
| Scott: Ch.2 |
"The branches of the Blair, Scott and Tait families who took up land and settled in the Bendemeer district of N.S.W., Australia": This family holds no relationship to any of the other trees contained in this volume. Maury J. Hutton is someone with whom I correspond and the basic details of his wife's family have been recorded here to see if any detail might come to light which would link it with any of the Blair, Scott or Tait families that are associated with the mainline Swinton family.

SHANTZ: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Shantz: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Shantz: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Shantz: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
“The Shantz family descendants of Benjamin Shantz and Margaret Swinton”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 15 –> SHANTZ: Chart 1.

SHORT: Chart 1
| Short: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of Sabina Swinton (1893-1960) and George Victor (Shirt) Short (1887- )”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 7.2A –> SHORT: Chart 1.

SINTON: Chart 1
| Sinton: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of Sabina Swinton (1893-1960) and George Victor (Shirt) Short (1887- )”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 1C, Sheet 7–>Chart 1D–>SINTON: Chart 1.

SKENE - KER BRANCH: Chart 1
| Skene/Ker Branch: Ch.1 |
The ancestry of Alison Skene who married Alexander Swinton, Lord Mersington (c late 1600's). Sequence: SKENE-KER BRANCH: Chart 1 –> SWINTON Chart 1C, Sheet 4.

STEWART: Chart 1
| Stewart: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of James William Stewart (1910-1995) and Vera May Swinton (1910-1990)”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> STEWART: Chart 1.

STULPNAGEL & REBSCH FAMILIES: Chart 1
| Stulpnagel/Rebsch: Ch.1 |
“The History of Charles William Stulpnagel who in approx 1916 changed his name to Swinton”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18, Sheet 1 –> BOULT: Chart 1, Sheet 1 –> STULPNAGEL/REBSCH: Chart 1.

SUTTIE: Chart 1
| Suttie: Ch.1 |
The descendants of Elizabeth Swinton (1863-1936) who married Robert Suttie. Sequence: SWINTON Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8, Sheet 1 –> Suttie Chart 1

THOMPSON: Chart 1
| Thompson: Ch.1 |
“The descendants of James William Stewart (1910-1995) and Vera May Swinton (1910-1990)”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 4 –> 5 –> THOMPSON: Chart 1.

WALKER: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 4
| Walker: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Walker: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Walker: Ch.1, Sh.3 | Walker: Ch.1, Sh.4 |
“The descendants of John Walker and Matilda Swinton”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> WALKER: Chart 1.

WALKER: Chart 1.1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Walker: Ch.1.1, Sh.1 | Walker: Ch.1.1, Sh.2 | Walker: Ch.1.1, Sh.3 |
“The descendants of Frank Walker and Ivy Lillian Cooke”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> WALKER: Chart 1 –> 1.1.

WALKER: Chart 1.2
| Walker: Ch.1.2 |
“The descendants of Alexander Walker and Molly Hancock”. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 –> 7.2 –> 8 –> WALKER: Chart 1 –> 1.2.

WARD: Chart 1, Sheets 1 - 3
| Ward: Ch.1, Sh.1 | Ward: Ch.1, Sh.2 | Ward: Ch.1, Sh.3 |
"The connection of the Ward and Vail (Veale) families with the Bath family of Western Victoria, and the Jones family of Melbourne and south central Victoria": Like the Bath family, this Ward line also has its origins in Cornwall. In the late 1800's and early 1900's they were located in the same area around Kyneton, Victoria, Australia. See sub-charts Jones: Chart 1, BATH: Chart 2.2 and SWINTON: Chart 2.2. Also see sub-chart BOWLES: Chart 1.

WHARTON: Chart 1
| Wharton: Ch.1 |
The ancestry of the Wharton family of Cheshire, England, including the descendants of John Wharton and Elizabeth Swinton who married in 1846 and resided in Widnes, Cheshire, England. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18 –> WHARTON: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart WHARTON: Chart 2.

WHARTON: Chart 2
| Wharton: Ch.2 |
The susiduary branch of the Wqharton family showing the descendants of William Rigby Wharton and Emma Elizabeth Radcliffe. Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 18 –> WHARTON: Chart 1 –> WHARTON: Chart 2.

WRIGHT: Chart 1
| Wright: Ch.1 |
The Wright family were wealthy farmers and graziers in the New England area, to the east of Armidale, in New South Wales, Australia. They were an educated family, of whom their descendant Judith Arundel Wright was one of Australia's most esteemed poets. Sequence: SWINTON Chart 1C, Sheet 6 –> Chart 20 (or MacKENZIE: Chart 1) –> WRIGHT: Chart 1. Also see sub-chart WRIGHT: Chart 1.1.

WRIGHT: Chart 1.1
| Wright: Ch.1.1 |
The subsiduary branch of the Wright family showing the descendants of Harold Arthur Wright and Elizabeth Charlotte (Ellie) Swinton who married in 1890 and lived at "Bickham Station", Blandford, NSW, Australia. Sequence: SWINTON Chart 1C, Sheet 6 –> Chart 20 (or MacKENZIE: Chart 1) –> WRIGHT: Chart 1 –> 1.1.