1. Gloucester Players' Family Inter-relationships

This page provides links to files showing the relationships between various Gloucester players and their immediate families.

Please note that this series of pages has been designed to be viewed using the GOOGLE CHROME browser.

Click on the “Set No.” link below to select the families you’re interested in.

Once you’re into your selected file click on the links of the individuals to explore their family histories.   Each individual’s history shows their rugby playing career in red font.

A family tree diagram (or set of diagrams) show the complex inter-relationships.

You can return to this page by selecting “Go to List of all inter-relationships” or by hitting the back arrow “<-” sign in the top left of your browser.

If you want to search for a specific family name click the link to see a list of family names in alphabetical order.

We are indebted to Martin and Teresa Davies who have carried out the detailed research which allows us to publish this information.

If you would like to learn about the ways in which these relationships have been researched the authors, Martin and Teresa Davies, have published an article in The Journal of the Gloucestershire Family History Society which is reproduced here.  We recommend that you read the article to understand some of the difficulties and pitfalls encountered.   Also Martin and Teresa are keen to hear from relatives of rugby players who know of other players within their family.   You can provide information by leaving a comment on this webpage.

Family Relationships set 1:
The Clutterbuck family
The Collier family
The George family
The James family
The Kingscott family
The Witcombe family
Family Relationships set 2:
The James family
The Simmons family
The Clutterbuck family
Family Relationships set 3.
The Welshman family
The Dangerfield family
The Bloxsome family
Family Relationships set 4
The Romans family
The Click family
The Harrison family
The Voyce family
Family Relationships set 5
The Ball family
The Price family
The Thornton family
The Wadley family
The Long family
The Symonds family
Family Relationships set 6
The Halford Family
The Bagwell Family
The Manley Family
The Jackson Family
The Dix Family
The Mace Family
The George Family
The Pegler Family
The Keys Family
The Stephens Family
The Hamblin Family
The Goddard Family
Family Relationships set 7
The Ibbotson Family
The Masters Family
Family Relationships set 8 (v2)
The Meadows Family
The Voyce Family
Family Relationships set 9
The Brown Family
The Moreland Family
Family Relationships set 10
The Smart Family
The Mansell Family
Family Relationships set 11
The Kingscott Family
The Ayliffe Family
The Smith Family
Family Relationships set 12 (v3)
The Lewis Family
The Sysum Family
The Benbow Family
The Clutterbuck Family
The Berry Family
Family Relationships set 13
The Gough Family
Family Relationships set 14
A’Bear            Hatherall
Broady           Hopson
Burrows          Hughes
Collins            Meadows
Cromwell        Mumford
Cummins        Page
Dangerfield     Phelps
Day                 Rose
Fifield             Smith
Goolding         Westbury
Halford            Wright
Family Relationships set 15
Brown Family
Cooke Family
Family Relationships set 16
The Tandy Family
The Stephens Family
Family Relationships set 17
Washbourne Family
Webb Family

Comments about this page

  • Thanks for the heritage page. I might be able to add to it?
    My father was WG (Bill) Hook, full back, who some may remember as the owner of the sport shop in Westgate Street. He got 3 England caps early 1950s.
    His brother Bob (wing) played in the 30s including the County Championship final.
    I wasn’t anything like as good, but played a few games as a late teenager/early 20s while at, and playing for, Loughborough Colleges, where I also played a few games for Leicestershire. On leaving Loughborough I taught at Plymouth College for 4 years (Paul Ackford, England 2nd row a pupil of mine) and played for Plymouth Albion, including one memorable game at Kingsholm against Gloucester. That Gloucester XV included a pair of half backs as good as any that never played for England IMO, namely Terry Hopson and Mickey Booth.
    Hope this of interest. Best wishes. GH

    By Gordon Hook (08/05/2021)

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