What we know...
We don't know who first started looking into the Durose family tree, and probably never will. Terry Haslam Jones and Kath Durose were active in the early 1980s, as were Jeanie Vaneps and others in the Minnesota branch of the family, but someone must have been busy before then. All will have been on the trail back to Bramshall, and the Salt Library in Stafford.
Plenty of Duroses are working on their own part of the family tree. These are the ones that they want to share....
Some people like to share their trees, and some would rather not. Here is a selection of those that are 'open source'. If you'd like yours to appear here, then please do send it to the webmaster. If there's something of yours that you'd rather not see here, then just say!
1. Composite tree: from those gathered at the annual meeting. Not from original research, but containing as much as I have been able to get hold of. Compiled by Ken Durose and updated June 2011 i.e. before the Durose Gathering. Powerpoint files:NB not available yet: Part A (10Mb). Part B (11Mb) Click the images below for jpg.
The trees above are composite trees, the largest for Durose that we know of.
2. Tree: Joseph Durose and Ann Horsley m. 1679 from Kristin Donovan(41 pages of information and tree data) .pdf
3. Tree: James and Ann (18thC) down to Susie Sites Bloom b1951 (2 pages) .pdf
4. Tree: Thomas and Alice Snape down to Haigh family 1993 (1 page) .pdf
5. Tree: Thomas and Alice Snape down to Kath Durose 1990s (2 pages) .pdf
6. Trees: various inc Thomas and Alice Snape to Beryl Davies (6 pages) .pdf
7. Tree: Thomas and Ann to Richard b 1936 from Edna Durose (2 pages) .pdf
8. Tree fragment: Hannah and Samuel 17thC .pdf
9. Tree: James Durose 1822 includes Duroe spellings (2 pages) .pdf
10. Tree: From William Durose to the present (US, MD) Compiled by Clive and David Durose with help from some UK folk. Link to their web site.
11. Wheeler Durose family site link