Last updated: May 10, 2012
The Familton project would like to:
Participation in the DNA Project is not a requirement for listing on this page, but those families with a man representing them in the DNA Project will be identified.
Please read the Notes on Pedigrees below before submitting your pedigree.
See the Familton Surname DNA Project Diary (Blog), and additional information on the DNA Surnames pages.
Earliest known ancestors so far identified, with their Line Leader (Researcher)
└── indicates unproven relationship
?? against a name or place show (hopefully educated) guesses
The pedigrees represented here under the heading "Other" are mostly those where little or no online tree or existing research can be found, so unless an established researcher has shared their pedigree, it isn't yet shown on these pages. All welcome.
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The Ancrum Familtons:
Lines where participants and line leaders yet to be found:
Researcher Lorna Henderson Web pages A direct male line participant is required to see if there's a match to the above Ancrum weaver family. A likely candidate may be found in Australia.William Familton, b. say 1690 ?Earlston, BEW, SCT m. Elizabeth Wilson, b. say 1695 ?Melrose or Blainslie?, Roxburghshire, Scotland, m. 1719 Earlston, Berwickshire, Scotland