West Country (excl.Devon)
South East England
Rest of British Isles
Rest of World
Life Event Registration
Welcome to easterbrook.org.uk, the genealogy site for the Easterbrook family name and its variants.
Use the contents bar on the left to navigate around the site.
(December 2016) Further analysis of the 1939 Register taken at the beginning of World War II. This has enabled many trees to be extended from 1911 (the most recent available census) to 1939 and beyond. Analysis of the new GRO Birth and Death index, in particular, the Birth index contains the mother's maiden name that allows many of the entries to be matched to families.
Easterbrook Name examines the Easterbrook name, its variants, and lists all the families for which I have information. These families are then examined in further detail organised geographically: Devon, the rest of the West Country, the South East including London, and the rest of the British Isles, representing the distribution of the Easterbrook families as they migrated away from origins in Devon.
Rest of World covers the Easterbrook families that have left the British Isles for a life in the New World as well as those who were born British Subjects or lived abroad including serving members of the British Armed Forces.
Some families related to an Easterbrook by marriage are covered in the Other Surnames section.
The Ancestor section is a collection of Ancestor Trees for families that are being researched.
Resources is the background genealogy information to my research including a contact page to contact the genealogists working on families on this site. Additional resources are Monumental Inscriptions (including war dead), Life Event Registration (often referred to as Vital Records), Document Transcriptions and Census Transcriptions.
If you find any of the information on this site useful please visit the contribute page to see how you can be part of the future of the site. You can leave a comment in the Guest Book or contact me directly.
Confidentiality and Privacy
The family trees on these pages are intentionally incomplete into the second half of the 20th century. To comply with various privacy laws, including the EU and UK Data Protection Laws, certain information relating to living individuals is excluded or obscured. As a general guide, information concerning living individuals already in the public domain may be shown but that obtained privately is not, and events prior to 1940 are considered historical and therefore are not subject to privacy concerns.
You are probably here because you are tracing your family history. The authors and researchers that contribute to this site assume that you are aware that genealogy is an activity that may reveal things about your family that are shocking, unexpected, embarrassing, or you would rather you hadn't found out, and therefore take no responsibility for any unpleasant facts you discover here. Almost everyone tracing their family tree will experience strong emotions with some of the facts he or she uncovers and almost every family has its skeletons so don't expect your family to be any different. If you are in any doubt, do not continue further into this site.
Some terminology and behaviours in common use in the past are now considered offensive, insensitive, or politically incorrect. When describing historical events or transcribing documents I have not attempted to convert to 21st century norms. Where a place has changed name over time, I have used the name in use at the time of the event. There is no intent to offend, just to be historically factual and correct.
Copyright and Use
The research, collection, and presentation of the information here is copyrighted. In addition, many of the sources of information also have copyright or other restrictions. Commercial use of any information from this site is forbidden. If you use any information from this site, except for personal genealogical research, you agree to pay, without question, a usage fee which will be a minimum of £1,000 per item per use. Any such fee will exceed the commercial value of the information that has been stolen.
You are welcome to use my work to help research your own family tree, but you may not steal my hard work and use it to generate income or for other personal gain.