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This site serves as a Killingsworth Family Genealogy resource center. No single branch of the Killingsworth family tree is covered here. Instead you will find a compilation of Killingsworth data. Keep in mind that the data on these pages is constantly being updated and changed.
Alani of Killingworth
Killingworth Township is part of Long Benton Parish in Northumberland, England. Between 1066 and 1704 the Township was part of the barony of Merlay and the Killingworth family was one of the main land holders.
The one ancestor we all have in common, Alani of Killingworth. His Will was proven in 1313. From Herald's Records, Wills and land records his descendants can be followed through several centuries.
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