With the release of the 1911 UK and 1901/1911 Irish Census, as well as others, such as the West Riding of Yorkshire Marriage, Births and Baptisms coupled with England & Wales, Birth Index: 1837- 2005; the Midlands, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1955; etc., there is little, which, with a bit of detective work, cannot be deduced. In fact, I, personally, have been able to use all to fill a large number of voids/unknowns. Therefore, I have decided to release my tree in its entirety: i.e., birth dates, birthplaces, marriages, etc., of all (even those believed living!). Password/Access Code is required to see the details of those living. ENJOY! NOT SO IMPORTANT, BUT:
My Tree contains my (and my wife's and now our grandchildrens') "blood" relatives as well as their immediate husbands & wives plus their fathers & mothers, but, except in the case of very close kin such as 1st cousins, few other in-law relatives. This discipline keeps our tree focussed and in control. THE 5,500 NAMES (OR SO) IN UPPER CASE ARE BELIEVED TO BE MY PERSONAL TRUE BLOOD RELATIONS and any coloured boxes next to names show the ancestors of my two sons' elder children and, if applicable, blood relatives: just click on the box beside the name and the shared lineage to either set of my grandchildren will be displayed; or click on the other boxes beside the name to trace lineage back to the very early Wormingtons/Inetts.
The Tribal, Ancestry.com, and GenesReunited default assumed life spans of 105 (for the Tribal tree) and 120 years for the other two, for unrecorded deaths is considered excessive, particularly in light of the first paragraph, above. Therefore, unless a specific FreeBMD Death has been found, a generic lifespan of 80 years has been assumed across the board (this seems to fit the general bell curve). If this offends anyone, please provide information to the contrary at the "contact me/send a message" above: the entry will be corrected.
Further, I continue to "source" all the English/Welsh 1837 (and onwards) Births / Marriages / Deaths (BMDs) using FreeBMD (and now England & Wales, Birth Index: 1916-2005; and the Midlands, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1955!), as well as Australia’s Databases. Generally, if there is a month [or quarter end, i.e., March-Jun-Sep-Dec] associated with a BMD, there should be a Citation detailing volume/page. I have been using deductive reasoning in making connections. If you find any errors and/or faulty assumptions (and I'm sure there are a number), please drop me a line at the "contact me/send a message" at the top.
Finally, I must acknowledge the extensive research of Prof. Dennis Wood, Stephen Kelsey, and Terry Dipple on the early Inetts, Wormingtons, and Dipples, respectively (and respectfully).