Updated 28/01/06

Clicking on the link below will open a PDF version of the Pearson Family Tree which has been painstakingly constructed by Derek Shaw (yes, we ALL get sucked in eventually!) and used here with his very kind permission. I have recently tweaked it a bit but if anyone notices any glaring errors or has info to fill in the blanks I'd like to hear about it...

You'll need Acrobat Reader to open this file - if you haven't got it you can download it free here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

View the family tree by clicking Pearson Family Tree.pdf

Tip: A few people have complained that this is too small to read on screen - and so it is... however, for those of you not familiar with Acrobat, if you click on the + sign on the tool bar you can magnify it to the size you want and scroll it around the screen using the bars on the right hand side and the bottom. It also should be just about legible when printed out on A4 if you've good eyes or good glasses....

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