© Peter Massingham 2017
Massingham Family History
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You can look at three charts. The ‘first’ Massingham’s descendants, the ‘first’ Massingham’s family and my ancestors. These have been created using Legacy 8 . For more detailed information, take a look at Webtrees.

Descendant chart

This shows the the descendants of Robert Masinge, who was born about 1510 and died in 1544. He is considered by contributors to be the first Massingham for whom data can be obtained (so far).
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Family chart

Starting with Robert Masinge again, this concentrates only on the Massingham family.
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My ancestors

This is a typical pedigree chart, but the layout differs from normal. Living people are not cited at all. Instead, their details are hidden and are replaced with ‘Living’.
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Webtrees

Webtrees is the web's leading on-line collaborative genealogy application. Webtrees makes extensive use of the the near- universal standard for recording Family History known as a GEDCOM file. GEDCOM was developed by the Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church) to provide a flexible, uniform format for exchanging computerized genealogical data. GEDCOM is an acronym for GEnealogical Data COMmmunication. Its purpose is to foster the sharing of genealogical information and the development of a wide range of inter-operable software products to assist genealogists, historians, and other researchers.
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© Peter Massingham 2017
Massingham Genealogy
Trace your roots

Search

You can look at three charts. The ‘first’ Massingham’s descendants, the ‘first’ Massingham’s family and my ancestors. These have been created using Legacy 8 . For more detailed information, take a look at Webtrees.

Descendant chart

This shows the the descendants of Robert Masinge, who was born about 1510 and died in 1544. He is considered by contributors to be the first Massingham for whom data can be obtained (so far).
Click Click

Family chart

Starting with Robert Masinge again, this concentrates only on the Massingham family.
Click Click

My ancestors

This is a typical pedigree chart, but the layout differs from normal. Living people are not cited at all. Instead, their details are hidden and are replaced with ‘Living’.
Click Click

Webtrees

Webtrees is the web's leading on-line collaborative genealogy application. Webtrees makes extensive use of the the near- universal standard for recording Family History known as a GEDCOM file. GEDCOM was developed by the Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church) to provide a flexible, uniform format for exchanging computerized genealogical data. GEDCOM is an acronym for GEnealogical Data COMmmunication. Its purpose is to foster the sharing of genealogical information and the development of a wide range of inter-operable software products to assist genealogists, historians, and other researchers.
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