This interactive family tree application is a work in progress; individuals and source material are being added regularly. It is intended as way to explore the earliest known branches of the Threlkeld (and variant spellings) surname lines. It starts with what we know about the Threlkelds of northern England beginning at the surname's first documented appearance with Henry de Threlkeld in the 13th century. But there will be other, unconnected family branches that you can locate by searching or looking through the available lists of individuals. An example is the lineage of Christopher Threlkeld, believed to be the original immigrant of his line into Colonial Era America.
The tree does not include recent generations in any of the lines. It is too complex and time consuming to attempt to manage detail here for contemporary family trees, so the Study's repository of record for genealogy is WikiTree. WikiTree is designed specifically for that purpose, allows Members to keep the information current for all of their family lines and collaborate with others, and it offers some unique features for use by One-Name Studies and family DNA research.
The Threlkeld One-Name Study does offer limited options for registered Members to archive personal GEDCOMs with us. See the feature list for registered Members, and please contact us if you would like information about GEDCOM archival.
This family tree was last updated on 10 February 2018.