This line appears to begin in Shropshire County with later generations living in and around Gnosall in Staffordshire County. This line is likely related to the other Gnosall Adderley lines such as Line 18, but no definitive link has been found. If you know of a link, please get in touch.
Derek Anthony Adderley of Australia conducted and compiled most of the research associated with Line 4. Derek can be reached at email@example.com. Linda Wallis, who descends from Richard's great-grandson William, also contributed significantly to this database. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional information was added by Philip Adderley from the notes and letters of Mr. William John Adderley, late of Wakefield, England and Mr. John Henry Adderley, late of New York City, New York, USA, who compiled a great deal of information from a variety of family members and, to a lesser extent, various genealogical sources at the beginning of the 20th Century. Much of that work was deposited and archived in the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
There are 204 individuals and 56 families representing 49 surnames in this database.The most common surnames in this database (in no particular order) are : Davison(3), Adderley(129), Ann(3), Standley(3), Ball(3), Watkins(4), Newey(4), Bennion(3), Pearson(3), Watts(5)
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