My full family tree on Ancestry.com
For a long time, I kept my research fairly private, as I resented the fact that I was doing all of the work, and others were taking from me without giving anything in return; often publishing my work as their own. I was fed up with being contacted by people who were offering me my own research! However, as time has gone on I have mellowed and realised that the whole point of this endeavour is to link the various branches of the family. As a result, I moved all of my research from my offline software, online to Ancestry.co.uk where it can be found as a publicly viewable tree.
No information is publicly available on those people who are living, or likely to be living, but the research, along with associated documents and photographs is all available there.
If you already have an Ancestry account - and I highly recommend it - my tree is imaginatively named "Kingshott Main Tree." If you don't, click on the image below and it should take you to my tree.
If this link doesn't work, just search for Ancestry on Google. It doesn't matter if you open Ancestry.com or Ancestry.co.uk or any other regional variation, my tree should be visible. If it isn't, drop me a line, and I will send you an invitation to view the tree directly. All I need is your email address.
To give a flavour of what is involved, click on the PDF download icon below, to show a 500+ page, 10-generation descent from the progenitor of the Kingshott family, John Kingett.
Ten Generation Descendants of John Kingett