A brief overview of Tony's life, forebears, children and grandchildren is here. This page provides a lot more detail.
Tony passed away 70 years (give or take 7 hours) after the troop-convoy that he was in was shelled by a German cruiser somewhere near the Azores, 1,000 miles west of Portugal (see the last, very large convoy on that page, WS 5A).
Tony's World War II:
His wife, Rene:
Here are his 30 closest ancestors, laid out in what I call a FamilyWeb, which identifies in tabular form his family up to his 16 great-great-grandparents.
Here is the story of Tony's father and mother:
Here are Tony's 54 (!) First Cousins on his father's side.
Here's the most interesting part – Tony's father's father:
Here is the family of his mother – Queenie (Ethel Mary) Haskins:
This is a page within Roger Clarke's Family Web-Site
Contact: Roger Clarke
Created: 2 Oct 2005; Last Amended: 1 Mar 2011, 4 Feb 2017 (Dunkirk Visit), 11 Dec 2022 (Rene's War), 4 Jul 2023