Frederick Buckingham Kingdon’s The Kingdon Family (Stanley Press London 1932) is the essential starting-point for genealogical research into the Kingdon family. The author died in 1944 which means that his copyright on The Kingdon Family has now expired. Accordingly, and in the interests of assisting further private research into the Kingdon family, I am making available my scanned copy of this important document. For a free download click on the following hyperlink.
Download The Kingdon Family (pdf 5.3MB)
Using Microsoft Access 2000 I have created a database which uses a couple of very neat recursive algorithms to output family tree data in a choice of formats.
Download database overview (pdf 283kB)
Download People and Relations database tables based on The Kingdon Family Charts I-VIII (txt 33kB and 47kB respectively)
Download family tree, family root, and GED format data files generated from these tables (txt 18kB, 2kB, and 70kB respectively)
Download all the programs (including the recursive algorithms) that have produced these files (txt 25kB)
In 2017 I published The Origin of the Kingdons in which I trace the family history right back to 1066.
In the interests of assisting further private research into the Kingdon family, I’ve made this book available for free download: just click on the following hyperlink.
Download The Origin of the Kingdons (pdf 2.6MB)
In 2021 I published my analysis of freshly-unearthed records showing that the Kingdons of Coldridge in Devon descended from those of Quethiock in Cornwall.
Download The Kingdons from Quethiock to Coldridge (pdf 1.7MB)
My mother’s grandfather was one of the ‘Pawlyn Brothers’ who up to the 1950s were prominent West Country fish merchants, such that their fish barrels and boxes were a common sight on the quays of Cornish fishing villages and the Barbican in Plymouth.
Download Pawlyn Fish Barrels (pdf 4.57MB)
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