Wales & Scotland
date, The RATHBONE Register
includes: over 17,000 births/baptisms, over 10,000 marriages, and deaths/burials. Each birth/baptism record is, where possible,
linked with details of the parents, marriage(s) and details
of the spouse, death/burial, and information regarding census
records (1841-1911), probate and family history.
I have recently been working through the marriage registrations 1837-2005 to identify the names of nearly all the female spouses of the male RATHBONEs.
1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1891, 1901 and, most recently 1911.
registrations in the name of RATHBONE (and some variations)
have been collected for births, marriages and deaths 1837-2005:
and more than 75% of these have been identified and are placed
in family trees.
is ongoing with parish registers, bishop's transcripts, wills,
the IGI index, census records and other historical and archival
sources in the England, and the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Family Trees: Together with fellow researchers
world-wide, I am currently working on over 100 family trees
covering the UK, Australia and New Zealand, containing more than
regarding the RATHBUN / RATHBURN / RATHBONE families in the
USA should be directed to my colleague, Robert RATHBUN, firstname.lastname@example.org
The RATHBONE DNA Group: http://dna.ancestry.com/groups.aspx
own RATHBONE family comes from the parishes of Tarvin, Kelsall
and Delamere, Cheshire. Recent developments on the RATHBONE DNA Project have linked this branch to the Astbury/Congleton family in the 16th century.