Antony Maitland's Trees

Issue Date: 18/1/2013


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    There are a number of GIF, Gedcom and Family Tree Maker files of all known individuals (about 11000), including a large Scottish Aristocracy file.



A complete family tree, drawn in EasyCad is available.
When viewed in its original format (.FC7) using the EasyCad viewer, this is the clearest way of seeing the whole family in one tree.
A DXF file is also included, but the text spacing is not quite correct in this format.

Complete Family Tree in .FC7

Complete Family Tree in .DXF – your browser may bring this up as a text file – if so, right click and “save link as”.

EasyCad Viewer This is an .EXE file (6.5Mb) and will need loading. I am permitted to allow a download with each copy of my .FC7 file.

If you prefer a guaranteed uncontaminated version, you can get it from the original source:
as a free download, but will require registration.

These files are also drawn on CAD, exported to Corel Draw and converted to GIF files. They should show line drawn trees: they contain many more individuals on a sheet than seem possible with conventional genealogical database programmes. These prints only contain our direct ancestor lines, not side branches of descendants: it became too complicated to fit them all in!

Maitland Tree (102kB) - shows the Maitland line as far as is known, other female lines back to Scottish Royal families, Chapmans of Newcastle and Jamaican ancestors.

Jamaican Family Tree: The descendants of Francis Maitland (1784-1824).

Poole Tree (27kB) - shows New England families, Poole (early 20thC to mid 17thC), Carmans, Rushmores, Haukshursts and other prominent families.

Manchester Tree (37kB) - shows the New England family of Manchester (mid 19thC to early 17thC), Armstrongs of Ireland (end 19thC to mid 18thC), Ingalls/Ingolls of New England (mid 19thC to early 18thC) and other direct lines.

Parkes Tree (25kB) - shows Parkes of the Midlands to mid 18thC and others to mid 17thC, and Listers to mid 17thC.

Owen & Dolman Tree (25kB) - shows the Owens of Liverpool, Dolmans of the Midlands (to mid 17thC) and Tates of Sussex (to early 18thC).

Chadwick & Pakenham Tree (57kb) - shows our Chadwick and Pakenham ancestors, some lines back to Norman families.



Condensed from Family Tree Maker, version 5 either as "FTW" or Gedcom files.

Antony Maitland Family - Family tree maker version (2.2MB zipped, 13MB unzipped): this file seems to have acquired a lot of (unused) text files, hence the size. If required, this can be emailed, but try to use the Gedcom version.


Antony Maitland Family - GED (307kB zipped, 2.3Mb unzipped)

8400 individuals, 20/11/01

Includes all my and my wife's family, except the Pooles.


Poole Family - FTW (829kB zipped, 6MB unzipped) If required, this can be emailed, but try to use the Gedcom version.

Poole Family - GED (266kB zipped, 1.4Mb unzipped)

8500 individuals, 20/11/01.

All the Poole family and its known branches.


Clan Maitland Pedigree - FTW (125kB zipped, 1MB unzipped),

Clan Maitland Pedigree - GED (48kb zipped, 254kb unzipped)

813 individuals + text notes, 26/4/99)

The clan Maitland Pedigree, courtesy of the Clan organisation.


Clan Maitland

     For general information about the Clan Maitland and other links, go to their website.



24/3/2002: Clan Maitland address, Jamaica Maitland Tree

21/3/2004: edited
18/1/13: include EasyCad files