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Gent Family Genealogy Site

 

Welcome to our family's genealogy site.

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16TH CENTURY RECORDS OF THE GENT FAMILY AT LEEK

17TH CENTURY RECORDS OF THE GENT FAMILY AT LEEK

18TH CENTURY RECORDS OF THE GENT FAMILY AT LEEK

WILLS OF THE GRINDY FAMILY

THE WARBURTON FAMILY

THE FAMILY OF GEORGINA HENRIETTA THOMSON

WILLIAM NEILD (O'NEILL)

The Gent family can be traced back in the parish of Leek, in the far Northern corner of the county of Staffordshire, to the sixteenth century. They were farmers there for centuries. The last link was broken in 1870 when the family farm, Middlehulme, was finally sold.

The history of the family was first traced by Frank Turner Gent a hundred years ago.



Frank Turner Gent


Mary Lea

There's a mass of information, as many family papers have survived, dating back to the mid-seventeenth century, but mostly from the nineteenth century. These include letters, photographs, diaries, wills, deeds and many other items.


Other pages include information about the Turner, Booth, Warburton, Thomson and Neild families.

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