Lesley's Genealogy Pages

An on-going project to record ancestors and families of

Lesley Wenzlick and Rex Haslip

NOTE: THIS SITE IS CURRENTLY BEING IMPROVED & UPGRADED FOR 2017 SO PLEASE VISIT AGAIN SOON!

Welcome to my genealogy web pages which are dedicated to family research of my own families as well as those of my ex-husband Rex. My research is on-going, so please let me know if you have any information to share, or would like any further information on a particular family and I will do my best to help.

Please be aware that there may be errors in dates and places, so if you know the correct details please contact me at lesley.haslip@hotmail.com

Click on a name below to see more about a family including with some a history of the surname, or go straight to my List of Names to see if we share a common ancestor. I have more information in my personal database so if links not working yet, please contact me on email or check my family tree on www.Ancestry.com

 

Families of LESLEY WENZLICK (basic tree summarized here)

ASHLEY ~ BATTEN ~ BRAITHWAITE ~ DAVIDGE ~ LAMB ~ LANGE ~ MAY ~ MAY of Cornwall ~ MORRISON ~ PICKFORD ~ REITMANN ~ ROBOTTOM ~ SCHOTT ~ SILK ~ SPINDLER ~ TRELEASE ~ WALKER ~ WEAVER ~WENZLICK (family of Gregor John) ~ WENZLICK (family of Johann Nepomuk) ~ WHITAKER ~ WILDISH ~ WILLLIAMS

Bohemian branches

BAYER ~ BECHER ~ BOTELSAK ~ EBERL ~ HENDL ~ PLESCHER ~ REMIGER ~ RUSSEK ~ SCHISCHKA ~ SCHOLLUM ~ STRAKA ~ WECH

Cornish branches

BULLOCK ~ DUNSTONE ~EVERITT ~ GEORGE ~ KNIGHT ~ LANGDON ~ LAWRY ~ MORCOMBE ~ PAUL ~ PHILP ~ SYMONDS ~ VIVIAN ~ TREWEEK

Families of REX HASLIP (basic tree summarized here)

BRIDGENS ~ BRIMNER ~ HASLIP ~ HAWKES ~ KIRKWOOD ~ LEAF ~ McLARNON ~ McMULLEN ~ McPIKE ~ MITCHELL ~ MONIGATTI ~ MOORE ~ MURPHY ~ WEBB

Stories of early settlers to New Zealand can be seen under The Albertlanders and A Pioneer Mother. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles includes information of Rex's family members who arrived on Fencible ships and the villages they settled in. My Roll of Honour recognizes family members who were killed in action during the First and Second World Wars, lest we forget.

There are many people I wish to thank for their help and inspiration in making my website possible, and some of these are listed in my Acknowledgments

Gather ye the fragments that remain that nothing be lost.

(Motto of the Cornish Interest Group of the NZSG)