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The family tree represents the descendants from two brothers Antonio and Josuae/Joseph Fattorini. These two came to
England from Italy early in the 19th Century. Antonio settled in Leeds initially and Josuae in York. There is also a record of Mark Fattorini, a barometer maker in London early in the 19th Century - possibly an older brother.

This project was the original idea of Thomas Fattorini, who, from the outset, spent many hours following up records in the General Records Office and other sources. His early enthusiasm and continued support and energy have resulted in the extensive record of the family that we can access today. More recently he organised Y Chromosome DNA testing of various individuals which proves our common ancestry. Tom died on November 1st 2010.

The genealogy software was Pedigree  and the file conversion for the Web was GedHtree.

When browsing the family history, simply click on an individual name to show the whole family group. There are three useful symbols:

Clicking on this tree symbol will show the family connections in an horizontal tree format.

Clicking on this symbol will link to any notes on the individual entry.

You can also click where you see this camera symbol or a "thumbnail" to see individual photographs.

We are most interested to hear from any other family connections who are not listed. Please also let us know of births, marriages and deaths so that we can keep the list up to date. You can do this by e-mail to  pfattorini@tiscali.co.uk

Click here to go to the database and find individual entries.