Can you give me the names of the wives in each generation? That would help me to see who needs to be added to my database and who is in there already awaiting the correct connexion to parents, spouse, and/or child[ren].
What source are you using? Is there a compilation containing all these HUNGERFORDs and sourcing their relationships one to another? If so, I should be interested in obtaining same.
I have been examining HUNGERFORD records that happen to be on the same GSU MFM that I ordered for other records it contained (the index to John SADLER's collection of Wiltshire pedigrees arranged by parish).
This HUNGERFORD material is to be found on GSU MFM # 1526757, item 12, and is entitled "Awdry Collection: Hungerford Family Pedigrees, vol. 1". It appears to be material gathered by Colonel Awdry who was living in the late 1940s. Some of it is legible but a great deal, alas, is not. It seems to incorporate typescript numbered pages, out of sequence, from someone else's work. In starts, 'in media res' as it were, on page 16, which bears the heading, "Sepulchralia: Family of Hungerford", and does not bear a title page. Interspersed with these typed pages is a lot of other matter, in various hands, including copies of wills, handdrawn pedigrees from various sources (some from Herald's Visitations, some from the Story-Maskelyne papers, some from Sir Richard Colt Hoare's work, some by Edward Kite etc.), as well as correspondence that Colonel Awdry had with various people from vicars to record agents who provided him with material from parish registers, wills, and other unpublished material relating to HUNGERFORD and allied families. There is no index!
The originals are lodged in the Wiltshire Archæological and Natural History Society's Library in Devizes and were filmed in the late 1980s by the GSU.
The film operator must have been working under difficult conditions or something as the films he took, particularly the early ones pertaining to Sir Thomas Phillipps's records of Wiltshire MIs and the MI collection of T.H. Baker on the same MFM (I was examining it yesterday at the Burnaby FHC where I have two MFMs [1526750 and 1526751] on long-term loan, and attempting to find the MI at St Martin's Salisbury for Mary HUNGERFORD, wife of Walter ERNLE, of Conock, to no avail) are really hard to make out. They really need to be redone using better equipment or with better contrast control as they are so dark and mirky as to be almost useless in large measure. This is too bad as the seem to contain lots of useful information in the parts I can begin to make out.