Site Last Updated : 16th February 2005
The purpose of this site is to collate as much information regarding the Benjafield family as possible and to make it readily available to all interested individuals. It represents the results of years of research by various members of the RootsWeb Benjafield Mailing list and the Benjafield One Name Study group.
Please feel free to amend, correct or add to any part of the site.
You can Send me an e-mail and tell me about it, or post a message on the RootsWeb Benjafield Mailing List.
The Copyright of some of the data and pictures on this site is held by third parties. It is published here with the proviso that it is only to be used for personal research and not for any profit. If you wish to use any data or pictures as inclusions in any profit-making publications or distributions, please contact me first and I can contact the original owner for permission. In the case of all Parish Register information, the copyright is held by the Somerset Archives, (http://www.somerset.gov.uk/archives) and you MUST contact them for permission to use the data in any profit-making publication or distribution.
Oh! I nearly forgot : The data on this website cannot be guaranteed in anyway. Donít assume that any of it is 100% accurate.
You are advised to cross-check any data you find on this site with other sources before starting anything that is going to cost you money!
Donít blame me, I warned you!
Eventually, we would like to make this a kind of ďmasterĒ tree for John & Priscillaís descendants.
To start with, this is my version of it. Iím sure Iíve made some mistakes, please feel free to correct me.
Civil Registration & Parish Records.
These three sections contain all of the Benjafield related Parish Register and Civil Registration records Iíve been able to collect.
Photographs of Places: Not Active Yet
Links : Not Active Yet
Donít expect any fancy ďbells and whistlesĒ on this site!
Its purpose is to share information and to that end it is designed to let you get to the info you want as quickly and easily as possible.
Hope it helps you
5th December 2004