King John

I have traced one line of my family back to King John (25xgreat grandfather), signer of the Magna Carta, and through him to a number of earlier rulers in Norman and Anglo-Saxon England, Scotland and Europe.


This site is an extract from the research compiled by me, but actually undertaken by many others and generously shared. Plus a little bit of my own research.

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Joan Vokins

Joan Vokins, my 7xgreat grandmother, was a prominant early Quaker writer and encourager. In 1680 she traveled to the American Colonies to encourage the Quakers there, before returning to her home in England. Various writings by or about her were collated and published following her death.

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