WRATHALLS OF ENGLAND
This page contains links to accounts of the lineage of Wrathalls in England, ordered by county.
Roy Wrathall, formerly of of Cambridge, has been the leader in Internet research on Wrathall ancestry. Alan and Moyna Wrathall of Cambridge are two current representatives of the Cambridgeshire branch of the family tree. Simon Wrathall, formerly of Suffolk, is now a Cambridge resident. In addition, the Cambridgeshire County Record Office has provided information on Guybon and Francis Wrathall , also of Norfolk.
James Wrathall of Liverpool has roots in Cheshire.
Robert Wrathall of Silloth is a current representative of the Cumbria branch of the Wrathall family tree.
Cheryl Borrowdale of Chicago contributed information on a Wrathall family
of Durham in November 2002. In June 2005, Clare Costello of Darlington provided the results of her research concerning her ancestors James Miller and Mary Anne Wrathall
Claire Casey is researching the Wrathall family of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire .
Roy Wrathall of Mytholmroyd and Derek Wrathall of Skiptonhave some ties to Lancashire ; Derek was born at Bullsnape Hall.
Geraldine Simister and Trudi Wrathall are two other contributors of Wrathall information for this county.
Robert William Wrathall contacted us in July 2001 with information on the Leicestershire branch of the Wrathall family tree. He is a first cousin of Robert Wrathall of Marysport (Cumbria) and is a close relative of Bill Wrathall of Inuvik (Canada).
Hilary Wrathall of Ontario has roots in Surrey and Essex,
and her ancestors lived in London.
Roy Wrathall has been researching a London wine merchant named William Wrathall.
Denis Poole's ancestors (Guybon Wrathall and the Walker family) lived in Norfolk.
Guy and Margaret Wrathall and their family lived in Northamptonshire.
The Carleton-Wrathall family, which may have originated in
Lancashire, is believed to form a branch of the Wrathall family tree in
Helen Kenna of Ipswich, whose family was originally from Liverpool, has
developed considerable data on Suffolk Wrathalls.
Jeremy Wrathall is a current representative of Surrey Wrathalls, and is descended from Henry Lonsdale Wrathall.
Hamish Lonsdale of Victoria is an Australian researcher who shares a number of recent ancestors with Jeremy. Theodore Gillam has contributed information about 'The Old Curiosity Shop' of Kingston, and William Torrens of Buckinghamshire has assisted in contacting a descendant of the shop's owner, Harry John Wrathall. Nick Richards of Liverpool has also contributed information on the line of Henry Lonsdale Wrathall.
The old county of Westmorland was incorporated into Cumbria in 1974. John Wrathall Charnley of Worcestershire has contributed information on his ancestors in Westmorland.
Derek Wrathall of Skipton is currently active in research on Wrathalls of Lancashire and Yorkshire, (last updated Dec. 11, 2005) representing one of the oldest branches of the family. Roy Wrathall of Mytholmroyd has been continuing his genealogical work on the Wrathall family tree and how various branches are related. Derek's research so far into Wrathalls includes monumental inscriptions, marriage records, obituaries, births, census and parish records and other information. Julie Wrathall has also contributed her data, which augments that of her 2nd cousin Robert William Wrathall of Leicestershire. In addition, Arthur and Stella Wall and Anthony Wreathall have provided information on Wreathalls of East Yorkshire.