Crutchley Family Database

Version 7.50, 10/11/2006

Crutchley Family Gedcom File

Issue 8.00, 30/11/2016


More Crutchley Genealogy Data

Issue Date 12/10/2001

The West Archive

Issue Date 30/01/2003


The Jervis gedcom file

Issue Date 28/09/2003

A report on the genealogy of the Crutchley family

Issue Date 18/05/2005


The Crutchley family tree

Issue Date 11/10/05


The Crutchley's of Eccleshall

Issue Date 19/09/2007

Manchester Coat Of Arms

Crutchley burials in Manchester

Issue Date 01/07/2008

Welcome to the Crutchley Family History download page

In addition to the data displayed elsewhere on this site, by clicking the images above, you can download a substantial amount of the Crutchley Family history data I have collected since my research began.

In order to download each of the files, you will need a password. The security is designed to ensure the files are available only to those with a genuine interest in genealogy. Please sign my guest book, leave your e-mail address and ask for the password, and I will send it to you very quickly.

When you have the password, return to this page and click on each image, then enter the user name and password.

All of the files are provided as compressed ZIP files, and as such you will need the Winzip program to extract them. If you do not have this program, you can download it for free if you visit

There are now seven sets of data available for you to download and use:

1. The Crutchley Family Database

This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet containing data from a number of different sources. It has data relating to individuals, most of whom I have yet to link to my own family tree. It is taken from records of baptisms, burials, marriages, census and family member recollections. A significant number of the records included are from online sources.

I have collected the large part of the data myself, but a significant amount has been kindly submitted by people researching the Crutchley surname around the World. I have a vast amount of data that I am in the process of adding to the database, so please visit my site again for updates.

Please help me to increase the size of the database by sending me your own data for inclusion. If you have data to include, please sign my guest book stating such, and leave your e-mail address so that I can contact you.

2. The Crutchley Family GEDCOM file

GEDCOM is a standard file format for exchanging information between genealogy programs. The acronym GEDCOM stands for GEnealogical Data COMmunications. The Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church - The Mormons) developed the GEDCOM standard some years ago. You can use GEDCOM files to transfer information into almost any genealogy program which supports the GEDCOM file format.

The GEDCOM file available for download above contains my entire family tree to date. Over 350 individuals dating back as far as 1693. Please download the file, which is in GEDCOM format 5.5 and read it with your own genealogy software.

3. Ruth's Data

This data was provided by a very good friend called Ruth Davis from California. The file is provided in Rich Text Format (.rtf), which can be viewed with MS Word or other word processing software. It contains a large amount of data relating to the Crutchley branch of Ruth's family who are from Shenstone, Staffordshire, UK and various parts of the USA. If you should need to contact Ruth, please sign my guest book.

4. The West Archive

This is a major downloadable data source regarding the Crutchley family in Shropshire, UK from 1700 onwards. It comprises family tree charts, a limited number of photographs and other useful data. It also contains some information on Crutchley's in Staffordshire.

5. The Jervis Gedcom File

The Jervis gedcom file was kindly donated by Dr Graham Jervis. It contains the details of over a hundred individuals, including about seventy bearing the Crutchley surname, originating in the English Midlands and dating from 1810 onwards. The file is in GEDCOM format 5.5.

If you should need to contact Dr Jervis, please sign my guest book.

6. A Report On The Genealogy Of The Crutchley Family

The report which is available for download contains the details of all of the Crutchley ancestors I have identified in my research to date. The report contains the details of no less than three hundred and forty three of my ancestors who lived between 1693 and the present day.

Included in the report are the details of the births, marriages, occupations and deaths of many of the individuals listed. This report should prove to be a substantial and extremely valuable resource for anyone tracing their Crutchley roots.

7. The Crutchley Family Tree

The family tree made available for download contains the details of Crutchley family from the English Midlands, as far back as 1693. The majority of those who feature on the tree are from the towns of Bloxwich, Walsall, Cheslyn Hay and Great Wyrley. This family tree also contains the details of many related individuals and represents over ten years of Genealogical research.

This family tree is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat file and can be easily interrogated by zooming in on the tree image. The tree itself is too large for printing.

8. The Crutchley's Of Eccleshall

This fascinating report contains data on the Crutchley family living in Eccleshall, Staffordshire, UK between 1820 and 1920. The report was kindly provided by Mr Chris Mason, and is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat file.

9. Crutchley Burials In Manchester

A summary of Crutchley burials in Manchester between 1881 and 1986. This data is presented as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, and was very kindly compiled by June Friend.

Please respect the sensitivity of all of the data provided here and use it only for the purposes of genealogical research.