Bits of the Lycett-King Family Tree

Each section expands to give some details of the line of descent for one of the surnames in the tree.

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Lycett

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Saul. Caroline’s mother

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Stewart. Caroline’s grandmother on father’s side

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De Ratti. Caroline’s grandmother on mother’s side

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King

Denis Ernest King.  Ian’s father.  B 26/10/1925. • Hounslow, Mdx.  D 12/12/1982 • Plymouth, Devon.

Ernest James King. Denis’s father, Ian’s grandfather. B 28/5/1886 • Peckham, London. D 17/3/1934 • Hounslow, Midx.

Joseph Frederic King. Ernest’s father, Ian’s great grandfather. B 06/8/1851 • Shoreditch, London. D12/10/1926 • Croydon, Surrey.

Joseph King. Joseph frederick’s father, Ian’s g-g grandfather, Birth 1798 • Chelsea, London. Death 1862 • London, Midx

James King. Joseph’s father, Ian’s g-g-g grandfather. Birth 1758 • Shepperton, Middlesex. D 04/12/1847 • Kennington, London.

Thomas King. James’s father, Ian’s 4g grandfather. Birth 1721 • Shepperton, Middlesex. Death Unknown

John King. Thomas’s father, Ian’s 5g grandfather. Birth 1689 • Shepperton, Middlesex, England. Death Unknown

Thomas King. John’s father, Ian’s 6g grandfather. Birth 1665 • Sunbury on Thames, Midx. Death 1727 • Shepperton, Midx






Burgess. Ian’s mother

Joyce Evelyn Cherry Burgess (Cherry). Ian’s mother. B 04/7/1924 • Heston, Mdx. D 24/04/1992 • Plymouth, Devon.

Edward John Alfred Burgess. Cherry’s father, Ian’s grandfather. B 05/8/1890 • St Marylebone, London. D 18/4/1958 • Wembury, Devon.

John Burgess. Edward’s father, Ian’s great grandfather. B 11/1/1840 • Southwark, London. D 01/1/1904 • Kensington, London.

Joseph Burgess. John’s father, Ian’s 2g grandfather. B 23/7/1816 • St Marylebone, Midx. Death 20/3/1867 • St Marylebone, Midx.

Joseph Burgess. Joseph’s father, Ian’s 3g grandfather. Birth 1787 • St Marylebone, Midx. D 14/5/1846 • St Marylebone, Midx.

William Burgess. Joseph’s father, Ian’s 4g grandfather. Birth About 1765. Death Unknown



Valerius. Ian’s grandmother on father’s side

Alice Valerius. Ian’s grandmother on his father’s side. B 15/11/1886 • Peckham, London. D 26/4/1974 • Hounslow, Mdx

Johann Valerius, Alice’s father, Ian’s great grandfather. Birth 1856 • Germany. D 30/5/1889 • Camberwell, London.

Joseph Valerius, Johann’s father, Ian’s great great grandfather.

Heather. Ians grandmother on mother’s side

Florence Janetta Heather. Ian’s grandmother on his mother’s side. B 26/7/1891 • Harmondsworth, Midx. D 06/2/1972 • Wembury, Devon.

George Heather. Florence’s father, Ian’s great grandfather. B 01/8/1846 • Little Marlow, Bucks. D 21/2/1904 • Staines, Midx.

James Heather. George’s father, Ian’s 2g grandfather. B 22/9/1822 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death 1896 • Wycombe, Bucks.

John Heather. James’s father, Ian’s 3g grandfather. Birth 1788 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death Unknown.

Thomas Heather. John’s father, Ian’s 4g grandfather. Birth 1764 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death 1810 • Little Marlow, Bucks.

William Heather. Thomas’s father, Ian’s 5g grandfather. Birth 1723 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death 1779 • Little Marlow, Bucks.

Richard Heather, William’s father, Ian’s 6g grandfather. Birth 1685 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death About 1732.

William Heather. Richard’s father, Ian’s 7g grandfather. Birth 1655 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death Unknown.

William Heather. William’s father, Ian’s 8g grandfather. Birth 1624 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death Unknown.

William Heather. William’s father, Ian’s 9g grandfather. Birth 1591 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death Unknown.

Richard Heather. William’s father, Ian’s 10g grandfather. Birth 1570 • Little Marlow Bucks. Death 1616 • Little Marlow, Bucks.

William Heather. Richard’s father, Ian’s 11g grandfather. Birth 1539 • Little Marlow, Bucks. Death About 1603 • Little Marlow, Bucks.


Work in Progress

All the hard work done to research the family tree was done by others.

Ian’s sister and her husband, Linda and Paul Smith, on the King side.

Caroline’s mother and father, Hilary and Raymond Lycett, pictured below, on the Lycett side.

There is still a lot to do and this page only gives a short summary of part of the tree.


Hilary & Raymond

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