The Edmonton medieval Anstey sub-branch of the 1200s and 1300s form a rather large subset of the medieval Anstey pedigree descendent from Hubert de Anstey, the originator of the Anstey surname in 1143. Their position in the Anstey pedigree is illustrated nicely in the below schematic.
The Edmonton medieval Ansteys have been extensively researched by G. M. Anstey (Gary) and T. J. Anstey (Tom), the overseers and chief researchers of this ‘Anstey Story‘ project, and their story is covered in great detail in their co-authored book
‘Anstey: Our True Surname Origin and Shared Medieval Ancestry‘
We have already uploaded bits of information and documentation about the Edmonton Ansteys, and continue to upload more all the time (see Project Updates), however it is spread over various segments of the website.
The best way to find said information is to enter ‘Edmonton’ in the search box at the bottom of this page and a list of relevant pages will appear.