22 June 2003: Healds Hall- Heckmondwike. Alice Crowther’s 80th birthday event.
From left to right: Gerald Crowther, Stephen Crowther, Rob Murray, Helen Murray,
Stew Murray, Andy Crowther, Alice Crowther, Martin Crowther, Peter Crowther, Lois
Crowther, Win Bond, Nancy Crossfield & Derek Crossfield
From left to right: David Lomas , George Lomas, Lorraine Grundy , Ronald Grundy,
Alwyn Lomas  Michael Murray , Emily Ogden, Edna Grundy, Roy Grundy , Dorothy
Murray  & Dorothy Alice Grundy 
This group includes Dorothy Alice Grundy [nee Ogden] with her three children: Dorothy,
Alwyn & Ronald as well as her sister Emily Ogden.
Early in 2005 Lorraine & Frank Grundy retired and moved out to Cyprus.
From left to right Helen Murray, Keith Murray, Rob Murray, Stew Murray, Freya Murray,
Chris Murray, Sarah Murray, Gen Murray, Frank Grundy, Lorraine Grundy & Dorothy Murray.
Five generations in the Murray and Crowther ascendants/descendents.
Each box represents a “family unit” which produced at least one child for the next
generation - the time coverage on the far right right starts around 1820-1840 and
moves progressively to the current day ie almost 200 years.
the family line pages
This where you will find a note on each family line (ie by surname) and pages describing
family units within these lines. These are limited to members of the (wider) family.
To date there is family name and family unit material for:
1. Not all family are added yet and some require completion.
2. Unfortunately some branches of the family tree include no photographs at all.
3. Family units are not included for living people.
4. Family Historian is used for recording details which has proven to be very flexible
and comprehensive. Its also uses GEDCOM data export - hence it was easy to import
Gerald Crowther’s 2,500 people records.
We have already been able to build up a detailed picture of the Crowther & Murray
sides of the family. Gerald Crowther has over 2,500 names in his records while the
Murray side still only has a few hundred.
Other surnames still to be added includes:
2000 1975 1950 1925 1900 1875
Note that the wall between the front lounge and rear dining room had just been knocked
through as can be seen from the exposed replastering.
This was also the first occasion that “flash” had been available to us - therefore
making indoor photos like this possible for the first time.