initially from Broad Clyst, Devon, England
The particular connection between sisters Ann Dunsford (LIGHTFOOT) and Agnes Dunsford (SERLE) on
generation 4 came to light when some cuttings referring to marriages within the Lightfoot family were found
in a diary belonging to Eliza Serle, granddaughter of Agnes Dunsford, in conjunction with the recent publication
of an article about Charles Lightfoot in Australia which described his Dunsford ancestry.
Investigation of these families, particularly the early Dunsford records at Broad Clyst, enabled this tree to be created.
A feature of this tree is the migration of William and Catharine Dunsford on generation 5 to Canada as members
of the Bible Christian Church. More information about this denomination is given on that page. Many missionaries
and families migrated to Canada, particular to Ontario, where William and Catharine went. They subsequently
had a large number of descendants in Canada.
Many members of this tree also migrated to Australia.
The direct line to Libby is (1) Thomas Dunsford
(2) Richard Dunsford & Agnes
(3) William Dunsford & Ann Nicks
(4) Agnes Dunsford & James Serle (goes to SERLE tree)
(5) James Serle & Mary Southon
(6) Walter Henry Serle & Kate Grocock
(7) Percival Serle & Dora Beatrice Hake
(8) Katharine Beatrice Serle & John Sampson Grierson.
More information about children of Henry William Stannard and Harriett Payne on page 6 - two new daughters and 4 new grandchildren added 10 Dec 2014
More information about Cecily Mary Brown added to page 7 on 1 Sep 2014
Moving Joshua Lightfoot up to Mary Dunsford on page 4 and giving them 5 children (Mary, William, Ann Maria, John, Charles) modified 28 Jul 2011
Contact Libby Shade
for further details
P.O. Box 105, Rosanna 3084, Victoria, Australia
This family tree is
provided for mutual information within the family.
The information given will be referenced by official documents, family bibles etc.
Information that is uncertain or unreferenced will not be published.
For privacy of the present generations, the family tree will halt at the generation born around the start of the 20th century.
Discussion gladly entered into.