NobleCircles by Wegener Lyngvild & MacGregor Sadolin
NobleCircles is a searchable genealogical relationship database consisting of more than 283.751 individuals and 117,619 families at nearly 30.000 places worldwide – all gathered in one single family tree; mapping their ancestors, descendants and various relatives (all of them somehow related to each other through either our father’s or our mother’s side). We always have several projects going on – beside exploring our own direct ancestors - and three of them, and among these are 33 British Prime Ministers and the ancestors and 28 American Presidents and their ancestors.
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Welcome to NobleCircles by Wegener Lyngvild & MacGregor Sadolin!
NobleCircles by Wegener Lyngvild & MacGregor Sadolin is a searchable genealogical relationship database consisting of with more than a quarter of million individuals - all within the frame work of one single family tree – mapping the ancestors and their various relatives on both Our father’s and Our mother’s side. The database combines all classes known from the social structure of the United Kingdom – such as Royalty, Nobility (Peers and Non-Peers), Knights, Gentry, Yeomen, Husbandmen, Tradesmen and Cottagers – into one single family-tree, since everyone in the database is connected – through either blood, adoption or marriage relations.
The database includes many of the Danish nobility, gentry and patrician lineages, which were married into each other. While the noble families generally were manor and estate owners (farmers), the patrician lineages were generally artists, civil servants, educators, military officers, politicians, priests and scientists. The database also includes many of the "newer" Danish finance, industry and trade lineages - since also these married into the nobility, gentry and patrician lineages - as well as into each other.
We have especially focused on the MacGregor of Inneregny (Inverenzie) ancestors, who lived in Scotland, England and Central Europe, and whom are to most other Scottish Clans. Due to the wide ancestor relations, the database includes many of the English, Scottish and Irish as well as Continental European royalty, nobility, gentry and patrician lineages, and many of the "newer" European and North American finance, industry and trade lineages - since all these people married heavily into each other.
Our own four grandparents’ families and ancestors are mainly from Denmark and today's Germany, but there are also relatives in the other Nordic countries, the rest of Europe and the rest of the World - mainly North America (Canada and USA), Latin America, and Oceania (Australia and New Zealand).
The database has only one major "rule": Each person stated is in some way related to anyone else stated. This would be through blood, adoption or marriage relations. We continue to Our best on getting all facts in the database verified by the families and/or genealogists, archives and records, publications - such as books, almanacs, calendars, etc. However, with such a huge database, missing information, mistakes, etc., occurs, and if you see them or if you have updated information, please feel free to forward me your comments and proposes!
Kind regards, Jim Wegener Lyngvild and Nick MacGregor Sadolin
Our closest ancestor relation back to Christopher Nielsen Abraham's daughter Anna Christophersen Abraham, who married firstly Oluf Henriksen Sthen (whom Jim Wegener Lyngvild descend from) and secondly Anders Christensen Holm (whom Nick MacGregor Sadolin descend from)
Afhandling fra 1842 af Johan Carl Louis Lengnick om Genealogi.
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