genealogy of the Roy and Royes families
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This site has its roots in the marriage of Maurie Roy and May Royes in 1940 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia

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Of particular interest are the ancestors and descendants of


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statistics Numbers:

There are 6054 people in 2231 families in the Roy~Royes tree.
ABBREVIATIONS for relationships used in this web site (and in newsletters):
  • 2C1R = 2nd cousin once removed, 1C3R = (first) cousin three times removed, etc.
  • 3G ... = great great great ... [but 2G grandparent rather than 3G parent]
To aid in recognizing family connections, a person's relationship to Maurie Roy or May Royes is noted in news items.
Living people show as "Living" and no details are displayed. In some reports they are not even listed. If you are a logged-in registered user who has been given access to living people in your assigned branch, living people are identifiable by this colour. Please respect that privacy!

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The "Other Roy" tree is of particular interest to those of us in the "Roy~Royes" tree. Hugh Roy (born in Belfast 1854 to John Roy and [unknown] Jamieson, died in Sydney 1901) and is clearly worthy of investigation. One of his children is William Hugh Jamieson Roy . In the roy~royes tree we have Thomas Jamieson Roy (b.1915 in Larne, Northern Ireland, migrated to Cairns, Queensland 1923 and died in Mareeba, Queensland 1982).
In 1866 Agnes Jamison married Hugh Clements - is that the connection??
Featured History:
The Clements Family in our tree. The Clements are one of the oldest families in County Antrim.
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The earliest known Royes takes the Royes family back to England about 1700.
Featured Report:
People in the family tree who have received Military Service Awards, including one Victoria Cross award.
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Your ancestor was who?? - genealogy humour