Master Name Index

Surname of AYLESBURY



Eleanor Aylesbury (c1406 – c1481)

Famous Descendant(s):

George H. W. Bush — 41st U.S. President

George W. Bush — 43rd U.S. President

Richard Nixon — 37th U.S. President

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

James Madison — 4th U.S. President

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Warren Buffett — Chairman & CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Mitt Romney — 70th Governor of Massachusetts

George Romney — 43rd Governor of Michigan

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Warren G. Harding — 29th U.S. President

Samuel Prescott — Completed Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

General Douglas MacArthur — U.S. Army - World War II

Kyra Sedgwick — TV and Movie Actress

William Ellery — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Robert Frost — Poet and Playwright

Marilyn Monroe — Actress, Model, and Singer

Robert Townsend — Member of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution

Adlai Stevenson II — 31st Governor of Illinois

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

William Greene — 2nd Governor of Rhode Island

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Jack London — Author of “The Call of the Wild”

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Jeb Bush — 43rd Governor of Florida

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Adlai Stevenson III — U.S. Senator from Illinois

Charlie Munger — Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

General George C. Marshall — Author of “The Marshall Plan”

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Sarah Palin — 9th Governor of Alaska

Samuel Ward King — 15th Governor of Rhode Island

Amy Adams — Movie Actress

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

James Taylor — Singer-Songwriter

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts


Frances Aylesbury (1617 – 1667)

Famous Descendant(s):

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York


Isabel Aylesbury (c1401 – c1463)

Famous Descendant(s):

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Carroll — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


John Aylesbury (1334 – 1409)

Famous Descendant(s):

George H. W. Bush — 41st U.S. President

George W. Bush — 43rd U.S. President

Richard Nixon — 37th U.S. President

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

James Madison — 4th U.S. President

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Warren Buffett — Chairman & CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Mitt Romney — 70th Governor of Massachusetts

George Romney — 43rd Governor of Michigan

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Warren G. Harding — 29th U.S. President

Samuel Prescott — Completed Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

General Douglas MacArthur — U.S. Army - World War II

Kyra Sedgwick — TV and Movie Actress

William Ellery — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Robert Frost — Poet and Playwright

Marilyn Monroe — Actress, Model, and Singer

Robert Townsend — Member of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution

Adlai Stevenson II — 31st Governor of Illinois

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

William Greene — 2nd Governor of Rhode Island

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Jack London — Author of “The Call of the Wild”

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Jeb Bush — 43rd Governor of Florida

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Adlai Stevenson III — U.S. Senator from Illinois

Charlie Munger — Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

General George C. Marshall — Author of “The Marshall Plan”

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Sarah Palin — 9th Governor of Alaska

Samuel Ward King — 15th Governor of Rhode Island

Amy Adams — Movie Actress

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

James Taylor — Singer-Songwriter

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Carroll — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


Philip de Aylesbury (  –  )

Famous Descendant(s):

George H. W. Bush — 41st U.S. President

George W. Bush — 43rd U.S. President

Richard Nixon — 37th U.S. President

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

James Madison — 4th U.S. President

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Warren Buffett — Chairman & CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Mitt Romney — 70th Governor of Massachusetts

George Romney — 43rd Governor of Michigan

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Warren G. Harding — 29th U.S. President

Samuel Prescott — Completed Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

General Douglas MacArthur — U.S. Army - World War II

Kyra Sedgwick — TV and Movie Actress

William Ellery — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Robert Frost — Poet and Playwright

Marilyn Monroe — Actress, Model, and Singer

Robert Townsend — Member of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution

Adlai Stevenson II — 31st Governor of Illinois

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

William Greene — 2nd Governor of Rhode Island

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Jack London — Author of “The Call of the Wild”

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Jeb Bush — 43rd Governor of Florida

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Adlai Stevenson III — U.S. Senator from Illinois

Charlie Munger — Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

General George C. Marshall — Author of “The Marshall Plan”

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Sarah Palin — 9th Governor of Alaska

Samuel Ward King — 15th Governor of Rhode Island

Amy Adams — Movie Actress

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

James Taylor — Singer-Songwriter

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Carroll — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


Thomas Aylesbury (  –  )

Famous Descendant(s):

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York


Thomas Aylesbury (c1369 – 1418)

Famous Descendant(s):

George H. W. Bush — 41st U.S. President

George W. Bush — 43rd U.S. President

Richard Nixon — 37th U.S. President

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

James Madison — 4th U.S. President

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Warren Buffett — Chairman & CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Mitt Romney — 70th Governor of Massachusetts

George Romney — 43rd Governor of Michigan

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Warren G. Harding — 29th U.S. President

Samuel Prescott — Completed Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

General Douglas MacArthur — U.S. Army - World War II

Kyra Sedgwick — TV and Movie Actress

William Ellery — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Robert Frost — Poet and Playwright

Marilyn Monroe — Actress, Model, and Singer

Robert Townsend — Member of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution

Adlai Stevenson II — 31st Governor of Illinois

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

William Greene — 2nd Governor of Rhode Island

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Jack London — Author of “The Call of the Wild”

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Jeb Bush — 43rd Governor of Florida

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Adlai Stevenson III — U.S. Senator from Illinois

Charlie Munger — Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

General George C. Marshall — Author of “The Marshall Plan”

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Sarah Palin — 9th Governor of Alaska

Samuel Ward King — 15th Governor of Rhode Island

Amy Adams — Movie Actress

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

James Taylor — Singer-Songwriter

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Carroll — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


Thomas de Aylesbury (    – c1349)

Famous Descendant(s):

George H. W. Bush — 41st U.S. President

George W. Bush — 43rd U.S. President

Richard Nixon — 37th U.S. President

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

James Madison — 4th U.S. President

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Warren Buffett — Chairman & CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Mitt Romney — 70th Governor of Massachusetts

George Romney — 43rd Governor of Michigan

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Warren G. Harding — 29th U.S. President

Samuel Prescott — Completed Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

General Douglas MacArthur — U.S. Army - World War II

Kyra Sedgwick — TV and Movie Actress

William Ellery — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Robert Frost — Poet and Playwright

Marilyn Monroe — Actress, Model, and Singer

Robert Townsend — Member of the Culper Spy Ring during the American Revolution

Adlai Stevenson II — 31st Governor of Illinois

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

William Greene — 2nd Governor of Rhode Island

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Jack London — Author of “The Call of the Wild”

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Jeb Bush — 43rd Governor of Florida

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Adlai Stevenson III — U.S. Senator from Illinois

Charlie Munger — Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

General George C. Marshall — Author of “The Marshall Plan”

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Sarah Palin — 9th Governor of Alaska

Samuel Ward King — 15th Governor of Rhode Island

Amy Adams — Movie Actress

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

James Taylor — Singer-Songwriter

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Carroll — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University