D G (Laity) Laity Lombardi

D G (Laity) Laity Lombardi

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Rev D G G. Laity Lombardi formerly Laity
Born 1980s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and [private mother (1950s - unknown)]
Sister of [private sister (1980s - unknown)]
Mother of , , , , , , , , , , , [private son (2000s - unknown)], [private daughter (2000s - unknown)] and [private son (2000s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 18 Jan 2016 | Last significant change: 15 Nov 2018
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I took up my knitting genealogists' group writing challenge and now have a genealogy blog over at: http://relativelyspeakin.blogspot.ie/

I work primarily in English, but am also fluent in French and BSL and happy to help in either/both.


  • First-hand information. Entered by D G Laity at registration.

At least, they are for now. There's just such a lot to bring over from other platforms. I will in time bring over sources etc. Most of those just now, can be found over on ancestry, where my main all relatives tree is open. Find me on ancestry by all means. My user handle is D Laity.

  • Official Laity Family Genealogy - Various editions
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Feb '18 Update:

Still chipping away at it and still it's necessarily slow going. I am hoping to take some time this month in a larger way to get the rest of our existing profiles straightened out and the stragglers properly brought in once and for all.

If in the meantime you think I might have something on a mutual ancestor and it's not showing up here, please feel free to reach out by message and I'll try and get you what you need. Our main verified and definitive family tree is kept offline, but there is a primary work in progress tree (which is work in progress, so should not be copied blindly) over at ancestry which is set open except for living relatives. You'll find that tree against my user handle DLaity.

You may also find Gedmatch numbers for our tested family group (I'm the admin for that at present) are helpful. To date, those are: H212719 H601909 H415835 H316049 H307974

Sept '17:

Still slow going.

Getting sources on for some of mine is taking forever. I'm sorry. There was a problem with getting the ged.com to load here and it left behind all sources, pictures and stuff like that for over 2000 people, so I'm having to do everyone manually while working 5 jobs and minding a family.

I'm always happy to share research though. If there's people you're particularly interested in, message me and I'll email on a copy of the ged.com in the meanwhile and prioritise their profiles here next.

nov '16

Just a quick note - a couple of you have messaged and asked for things etc. - didn't want you to think I've forgotten you - I'm doing my darnedest, but work has got crazy. I'm hoping to do a little more catching up over the Xmas break. Meanwhile, since I'm having to pace down so much, I can appreciate it look slow, but please bear with me - I'm having to manually recheck over 2000 people, as well as keep up on changes etc, so the slow going is to make sure that ultimately, I don't get anything wrong. Yes, there are some things (such as the change between one site's conventions to the other - especially things such as ----- in place of 'unknown') that ought to be little quick fixes whenever I can get the platform here to co-operate (this site is by no means optimised for rain injury). I am getting to these, but one by one as it's the easiest way to be sure who's at least had everything manually brought over.

Meanwhile, if we share a relation in common, the most up to date online version of my actual paper tree is on Ancestry and open. I also have photos and photos of sources there, so please help yourself if they're for your relative too.

Oct '16 Finally feeling up to being around again and getting back to it after the unpleasantness of the summer.

Still at it with getting everything across manually. Meanwhile we ( some of the real world family genealogy team and myself), have found and proved another new common ancestor who categorically proves the link between branches a and b. Consequently there is a new edition summary for these combined branches, so that means starting over to add in extra sources for this branch. As soon as that is done, I also have the most up to date edition of ranches C-E to add up too. - Meanwhile, we're investigating a handful of other, earlier relatives too, in hopes of categorically pushing us another generation or so and into the C15th. Will update ASAP as new info becomes available.

July '16. Still at it. I CAN understand, if you're an able-bodied, my pace is slow, but I will say it again publicly for clarity: since my GED.com was not accepted by the system, I'm bringing them all across manually. I've brought most of them over now and am in the process of making sure all sources, photos etc come over, but it is a slow process since this site is not disability optimised. If you are a relative & need what I have on our mutual ancestor, do yell and I'll sort you with a copy asap. You can also access anything from the full, open tree at ancestry.

13/3/16 STILL very much bringing stuff over from other places. Once I know I have everyone safe, I'll go back around for sources and photos etc. In the meantime, if anyone would like a source, do yell out and I'll get a copy to you ASAP.

Most of the Laity Lines that I have up, are taken from the written Laity Family tree, Branch B (mostly the 1997 edition). There are other sources to add up later. Please yell if you need anything sooner than I can get it put up.

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From where my paternal line stems. Also an area I'm looking to specialise in when I finish studying.

Fun factoid - I personally identify Cornish far more than I do British.

Project Interest, Family Interest & study interest.
Currently investigating two links to Euro Royals - Mum's 19th GGM we suspect to be Empress Matilda, though we're still working on that one to be sure.

On Dad's side, his maternal GM's line are said to be Spencer Churchills. - Early days with this one, but there are some fascinating family legends/circumstances to confirm/disprove.

Also for own edification. In one of my jobs, I work in living history. Often goes hand in hand with describing and sharing about royals of times gone by, particu

Where my fella's Maternal line stems from
Lombardi and Sassano families in particular.
Where my fella's Paternal line stems from
My paternal line. If you have a copy of the family genealogy, you'll find me in among B13 on editions up to recently.

Oct '16 - we just found an EARLIER common ancestor who proves Russell's theory about branches A ad B being connected.

I'm still manually bringing across sources from the 2013 edition, but I have got a digital version of Russell's new summary. Let me know if you need any info quicker and I'll get it to you.

Once that's done, I've just obtained a copy of branches C-E to c

My paternal line. If you have a copy of the family genealogy, you'll find me in among B13 on editions up to recently.

Oct '16 - we just found an EARLIER common ancestor who proves Russell's theory about branches A ad B being connected.

I'm still manually bringing across sources from the 2013 edition, but I have got a digital version of Russell's new summary. Let me know if you need any info quicker and I'll get it to you.

Once that's done, I've just obtained a copy of branches C-E to c

Laity / Laytye
Outside interest and per Robyn's instruction
Multiple lines of interest - project, familial, study etc.
The central focus for some of my maternal lines. Also an area I'm looking to specialise in after my studies.

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On 15 Nov 2018 at 10:13 GMT Pip Sheppard wrote:

Thank you for the thank yous! Much appreciated!!

On 3 Nov 2018 at 15:03 GMT Wendy (Ling) Sullivan wrote:

Hi D ,

It's been a year since the England Project was re-ignited. Thank you for being part of this exciting journey!

We really appreciate all your contributions and hard work :)

We would love some feedback from you please. :)

Are you happy contributing with the team you are on, or would you like a change, or even add to another team?

If you are not already on a team, which one would you like to be on?

If you are not sure what is available, just ask, we are here to help :)

Are you still happy contributing to the England Project?

Please PM me through my profile and let me know how you are doing :)

Thank you :)

Wendy Leader England Project.

On 25 Oct 2018 at 11:08 GMT Karen (Michaud) Hoy wrote:

Your generosity with thank yous is greatly appreciated!

On 25 Oct 2018 at 08:47 GMT Melanie Paul wrote:

Thank you for the thank yous.

On 20 Sep 2018 at 21:49 GMT Chris Little wrote:

Thanks for the Thanks on the Crosbys. much appreciated.

On 13 Sep 2018 at 17:02 GMT Christine (Brown) Searle wrote:

I echo what others have said - thank you for the thanks yous :) I know when you've been on Ranger duty! It's much appreciated.

On 7 Sep 2018 at 17:55 GMT Michael Wills wrote:

Thank you for the thank you's, and congrats on being able to hold down 5 jobs and find time to do yourwikitree. Hope you can keep it up. Don't forget to make some time for yourself though.

On 9 Aug 2018 at 09:02 GMT JG Weston wrote:

In your profile you said "There was a problem with getting the ged.com to load here and it left behind all sources, pictures and stuff like that". As far as I know pictures and sources that are images do get left behind, they come over as File@@ references but you still have to import them yourself. Textual source references should be OK. Since your profile comment was last year you have probably moved on. But you are right. It does take an age if you have a big established tree.

On 9 Aug 2018 at 09:00 GMT JG Weston wrote:

I updated a load of profiles this morning for which you thanked me, so thanks in return. My changes this morning were trivial, mainly tidying up and adding England Unsourced as a category. A lot of my stuff is unsourced as yet. I am concentrating on getting the relations ships copied from Ancestry. There are loads of Ancestry hints on my tree, but rather than pick up sources I am concentrating on getting the tree here, then I can start picking up family search sources.

On 2 Aug 2018 at 08:50 GMT Kylie Haese wrote:

Thank you for thanking me! :)

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Queen Victoria D G is 29 degrees from Claude Monet, 28 degrees from Gigi Tanksley and 30 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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