I don't subscribe to Ancestry.com but have, at various times, been contacted by people given on some site a 4 or 5 star rating for accuracy of their line of descent from Sir/Saint Thomas More. So far, however, I have not found any of these sustainable on the available documentary evidence. If it is Ancestry.com that does this sort of thing I wish they would stop doing it as it gives rise to the repetition of genealogical inventions/fantasies from site to site.
I am seventy-one years old and Sir/Sainy Thomas More is, on my mother's side, my 14 x great grandfather. Although the name hasn't been 'More' in our line since the mid-1700s we have, because of the connection a family tree handed down in the family for over two hundred years. A great aunt of mine was present as a descendant at his canonisation in Rome in 1935.
I spent ten years (on and off) researching my book "The Family and Descendants of St Thomas More" which was published in the UK by 'Gracewing' in April 2008. No other person has ever researched the line as I have.
If you tell me where on the More Tree you have been told you come from I will be glad to make any comments I can. I really would like to establish a link and am sorry that I so often have to be negative.
I look forward to hearing from you.
With every best wish to you and all of yours,
Martin Wood [Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England]