The registers of St Georges Windsor until recently are in the archives." The Baptism, Marriage and Burial Registers of St George’s Chapel, Windsor (Windsor, 1957). The original registers, which commence in 1609, are held
in the Archives and Chapter Library (SGC R.1-2, 4-7), with those still in use remaining in the custody of the Chapter Clerk. The archives are open to researchers .http://www.stgeorges-windsor.org/archives/user_services.html
Westminster Abbey Bishops transcripts for marriages up to 1866 are in the Westminster City Archives and some are online. (and of course post 1841 the relevant censuses contain the Royal family if they are in the UK at the time)
I found an odd one today though and I really don't know what to do with.(hence mentioning it here) A record of the baptism of this member of Russian royalty ( and also records her mothers death) http://www.geni.com/people/Elisaveta-Ivanovna-Princess-Bariatinsky/6000000017959589642The baptism took place in Denmark but was performed by a Northamptonshire vicar who recorded the event in his parish register back in Badby
Technically I think this line should count because we know that Carl's father's name was Bengt. http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Bengtsson-674&person2_name=Quackenbush-118 But his birth is pre-record.
Peter check this line back to me Sobieski-10.
1. Doug is the son of Joan Caroline (Turse) Lockwood
2. Joan is the daughter of Ellsworth James Turse
3. Ellsworth is the son of Sanford Alexander Turse
4. Sanford is the son of Aaron A Turse
5. Aaron is the son of Aaron Turse
6. Arie is the son of Jannetje Zabriskie
7. Jannetje is the daughter of Garret A Zabriskie
8. Garret is the son of Albert H Zabriskie
9. Albert is the son of Hendrick Albertse Zabriskie
10. Hendrick is the son of Albrecht J (Sobieski) Zabriskie [confident]
11. Albrecht is the son of Jakob Jakub Sobieski [confident]
12. James is the son of Marek Sobieski [confident]
Aernout van Buchel, famed Dutch antiquarian, chronicled Joost Willems van Voorst and his descendants (and one or two generations of ancestors?). I believe my line to his is well documented though it can only be 99% proven thanks to the records of early Albany being destroyed. http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Van_Voorst-83&person2_name=Quackenbush-118
On the English side I can trace back to Vincent Percevall who was christened in 1577.
1. Chris is the son of [private father]
2. [Private] is the son of Richard Frank Hampson [confident]
3. Richard is the son of Alice (Cuckston) Hampson [confident]
4. Alice is the daughter of Thomas Cuckston [confident]
5. Thomas is the son of Thomas Percival Cuckston [confident]
6. Thomas is the son of Elizabeth (Percival) Cuckston [confident]
7. Elizabeth is the daughter of Thomas Percival [confident]
8. Thomas is the son of Richard Persival [confident]
9. Richard is the son of Thomas Percivall [confident]
10. Thomas is the son of Richard Persevell [confident]
11. Richard is the son of Richard Persiuell [confident]
12. Richard is the son of Vincent Percevall [confident]
This trail tells us that Vincent is the tenth great grandfather of Chris.
Almost, Christopher Smith and Alice Gibbes were married May 1, 1616 and nine of their 10 children were baptized in the same church.