ERREY FAMILY WEB SITE

Guild LogoThis genealogical site is to help individuals with Errey family connections and other associated logo_150_genfamilies with family research. The earliest details are found in Sussex and Kent, England and focus on the “Errey-Erry” family name.

Benjamin Frederick Errey 1858-1932 & most of his family

Benjamin Frederick Errey 1858-1932 front centre , & most of his family

The data base that the details on this website are from has now ‘grown’ to over 16,600  people with over 5,400 families & over 3,100 different family names so a great many families worldwide are now included.  

There is a large number of other families who do not have any direct connection to the Errey family,  so  it may be worth searching to see what you can discover.

A small number of the records are from the 1600s but most cover the 1700s, 1800s and 1900s.

This site is still being developed and I would be most pleased to hear from related and non-related folks visiting this site. Any suggestion or ideas are most welcome.

There are details of over 9,740 individuals on this site and it is being updated on a regular basis, usually weekly. It may be worthwhile revisiting this site again in the future to explore updated details  No living person is included for privacy reasons.

To search individuals records click here to and you will discover more details of deceased family. Last updated 23 Jun 2017.

Simply type in as much of the name as you know – you may be surprised what you find. All picture names and record names are listed with birth names. 

There is an option on each individuals page to suggest additions and corrections

There are over over 1,800 photos connected to the detailed records of family members. Some details are still being added to these pictures. There are more pictures to add and I am hoping many of you may be able to help with pictures of family members.

For the technically minded, I am using  WordPress & the Atahualpa Theme for stories and front page information linked to these front pages.  The Next Generation is then being used find & display individual and family members details in the search section.

A recent addition has been many historic details, along with a map showing more information of almost every person.

There are family stories, some of which include family trees in the left side menu on each page of this front section of the site. I plan to continue to add stories and ask for your help in making these available for all of us to enjoy.

P.I1.7.neil_errey Neil Errey