Toodyay, Western Australia Page Commenced

The Toodyay, Western Australia Ansteys are a sub-branch of the Monkokehampton Ansteys, themselves a sub-branch of the Iddesleigh Ansteys of Devon and thus connect to the South West Peninsula Anstey pedigree. We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Toodyay, Western Australia Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Filleigh, Devon Anstey Page Commenced

The Filleigh Ansteys of Devon are a sub-branch of the Iddesleigh Ansteys, themselves a sub-branch of the Tiverton Ansteys, hence they form part of the South West Peninsula Anstey pedigree. We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Filleigh Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Monkokehampton, Devon Anstey Page Commenced

The Monkokehampton Ansteys of Devon are a sub-branch of the Iddesleigh Ansteys, themselves a sub-branch of the Tiverton Ansteys, hence they form part of the South West Peninsula Anstey pedigree. We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Monkokehampton Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Subiaco, Western Australia Page Commenced

We are endeavouring to connect the Subiaco Ansteys of Western Australia to the wider Anstey pedigree. The patriarch of the Subiaco, Western Australia Ansteys is Charles Anstey who was born in c1838/40, probably in England but possibly in Australia, to father William Anstey.  We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Subiaco Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Washfield, Devon Anstey Page Commenced

The Washfield Ansteys of Devon are a major sub-branch of the Dulverton Ansteys, hence forming part of the South West Peninsula Ansteys. We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Washfield Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Iddesleigh, Devon Anstey Page Comenced

The Iddesleigh Ansteys of Devon are a sub-branch of the Tiverton Ansteys, hence forming part of the South West Peninsula Ansteys. We have begun to map the pedigree of this sub-branch and are actively on the lookout for anybody who is willing to add their specialist knowledge of the Iddesleigh Ansteys to this Anstey story project.

Anybody with such inclination and expertise, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Gary

Frank Anstey Biography Uploaded

We have uploaded the biography of Francis George Anstey (known as Frank), a member of the Witheridge Anstey sub-branch of the Chulmleigh Ansteys, who stowed away on a full-rigged passenger vessel bound for Australia in c1876, becoming an Australia Anstey pioneer. Frank eventually worked his way up to become a member of the House of Representatives in Australia from 1910 to 1934, representing the Labor Party. Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their ‘Anstey’, Ansty’, ‘Anstee’ or ‘Anstie’ ancestors and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Clement Zouche Essington Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Clement Zouche Essington Anstey of the Gippsland, Victoria Ansteys of Australia, who volunteered for active service towards the end of World War One, on 11 July 1918 in Melbourne, Australia as a Private. Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics in World War One and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Hugh George Essington Anstey Appeal for Help

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a partial biography of Hugh George Essington Anstey of the Gippsland, Victoria Ansteys of Australia, who was in the ‘Reserve of Officers’ in 1911. In March 1915, soon after the outbreak of World War One, Hugh was transferred temporarily to the 13th Light Horse Regiment and he was retransferred back to the ‘Reserve of Officers’ after war’s end in January 1919. However we are unable to find any information whatsoever as to what Hugh did to help the war effort between those two dates. Anybody who can enlighten us, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics in World War One and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Alexander Gidley Essington Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Alexander Gidley Essington Anstey of the Gippsland, Victoria Ansteys of Australia, who was shot (but survived) whilst conducting patrols in no man’s land to hold the line along the Broodseinde Ridge in Belgium, a few weeks after the successful Battle of Broodseinde near Ypres in 1917. Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics in World War One and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary