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Haythornthwaite A Long Name with a Long History

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The Haythornthwaites


Written by Peter Kenway Haythornthwaite, this document is a word document and takes the family tree of Carl's document and adds background information about the various branches of the family. Thus the family tree becomes a story book.

282 pages of interesting facts including an index and even some wills - No you aren't mentioned in them!! Open on line or download & Save. (3.0MB). Better to save and read locally. NEW UPDATED VERSION December 2015.

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The Hathunuts

Written in 1964 by by Alfred Ian Haythornthwaite,this document gives a history of the origins of the name and many interesting facts surrounding the name Haythornthwaite in it's many spellings. Ian maintained that in many parts it is pronounced Hathunut. The author of this website has not personally heard this abbreviation but it is easier to say. At school I was universally known as "Aitchy"(H'y).

The format is Microsoft Word document, size 5 pages A4 - 37Kb. You may read it from your browser or save it to your own disk

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John of Tarnbrook

Written by Cdr Alfred Ian Carlstrom Haythornthwaite RN - Carl to most of us. This is a Word document showing the full family tree of descendants of John of Tarnbrook - 16 Generations. Carl put this together for the Haythornthwaite gathering that took place in 2001 and it is 76 pages long including a very good index. It is a documentation of the work done by his father - writer of the Hathunuts - and includes many additions to that data, later discovered by Peter Kenway Haythornthwaite, Kathryn Yates (nee Sutcliffe) and others. If you want to wallpaper your lounge with your family tree this is definitely the one you want.

A really useful document to locate yourself with the rest of the H's.- 789 Kb. Better to save and read locally.

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Early Hardships

This is an electronic version of the notes made by William Haythornthwaite born 1829. The document describes in graphic detail the hardships faced by a farming family of those times (1832 - 1850) and the disturbing events that followed their decision to join the multitudes who decided to become part of the Industrial Revolution.

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Tapestry Pattern of Haythornthwaite Lion

If you fancy making a cushion cover or a picture of the Haythornthwaite Lion as the crest on the coat of arms at the top of this page, this may be of use to you. Rosemary Haythornthwaite of Bordeaux has mapped this out onto graph paper and this is represented as a JPEG file for download. Size of File 350kb

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