This page contains research on the family of Thomas Adderley and Joanne Thirskill who are believed to be one of the earliest links to the Adderley family that began in County Salop England and migrated to County Cork Ireland, in and around the Innishannon area. This is the line that contains well known historic figures from their time and connections to the Bernard and Hale families, which were also very influential families in Ireland.
We believe that a descendent of this line eventually migrated to Bermuda (See Line 21), but have yet to establish definitive proof, so we've recently severed the two lines in the interest of accuracy!! If you have any information on this line that you'd like to share, please feel free to contact us.
There are 277 individuals and 92 families representing 73 surnames in this database.The most common surnames in this database (in no particular order) are : Broughton(4), Adderley(195), Cradock(2), Day(2), Kynnersley(2), Leigh(2), Bernard(3), Ross(2), Black(1), Bolton(1)
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