Dear Jos, Here is our family tree information you requested. Hope it is of some interest to you. I’ll start as far back as my grandfather could go and include all the information he had drawn up as best as I could make sense of his writing,which is : 1730- William Allwood(Companion preacher to John Wesley, then local Wesleyan preacher of ‘Little Acton’ and afterwards of ‘Burland Farm’) married first wife Mary Davison. They had three children, William II of Donington who married a Catherine Platt. They had ten children. John who died at around 33 years of age. No issue. Joseph 1766-1832 of ‘Burland Farm’ married Mary Willett.
(married 2nd wife- Woolrich of Duckington.) They also had three children, Elizabeth Mary Ebenezer. No issue.
We follow Joseph’s line, so I’ll take up there. Joseph 1766-1832 of ‘Burland Farm’ married Mary Willett. They had eleven children, Joseph II 1798 of ‘Burland Farm’ married Ann Kendrick William 1800-1824 Elizabeth 1802-1870 John 1803-1844 married Eliza Dutton Thomas 1807 Mary 1809- 1866 James 1812- 1853 Married Mary Woolley Robert 1813-1870 Catherine 1815 Emma 1819- 1872 Annie 1823-1824
We follow James 1812-1853 who married Mary Woolley. They had five children, Eldest daughter married John Allwood Woolley (born about 1837) William of ‘Bank Farm’. Had four sons and one daughter. Sarah married F. Major at Chelmondely. They had Marian Mary Thomas Frederich Roland Catherine. No issue. (about 1840) Mary married Sam Major at Horeston. They had Sydney Elsie Thomas Edgar
We follow the eldest daughter who married John Allwood Woolley born about (1837). They had one son, William Allwood Woolley who married Anne Pace of ‘The Cottage’ Hennel Lane Nantwich/or Hennel Cottage Nantwich. They had four children (of which my grandfather was one), Percy. No issue. Annice. No Issue. Frank Allwood Woolley who married Rosa Mills (second Wife) at Tidworth in 1917 (my Grandparents) Sidney Hope this information gives you what you are looking for. This information is as accurate as I could interpret my grandfather’s handwriting so please fill in any gaps you can and correct any misspellings etc. It would be great to hear from you again regarding this information and as to where you belong in the family tree. By the way my parents live in Allwood Cresent named after our family, as my uncle developed the land where they live.