Message to visitors


"If you could see your ancestors

all standing in a row,

would you be proud of them or not,

or don't you really know?

Some strange discoveries are made

in climbing family trees,

and some of them you know do not

particularly please.


If you could see your ancestors

all standing in a row,

there might be some of them perhaps,

you wouldn't care to know.

But here's another question 

which requires a different view.

If you could meet your ancestors,

would they be proud of you?"

  • Born in 1816 - Gilling, Yorkshire, England.
  • Deceased 13 September 1900,aged 84 years old
  • Vicar of Gilling, Yorkshire.


 Spouses and children




Individual Note

Phy_description: The 4th son.

Phy_description: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage" by Sir Bernard Burke. 1938 edition. Pages 641-642.

Phy_description: Had four daughters (at least) Elizabeth, Margaret, Frances & Susan. (1881 Census)


  Photos and archival records

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 Family Tree Preview

  Thomas DUNDAS, Lord Dundas of Easby 1741-1820 Charlotte FITZ-WILLIAM 1746-

William WHARTON †1843 Charlotte DUNDAS 1774-1855

James Charles WHARTON 1816-1900