February MxWorld Available Now
The February 2023 edition of MxWorld is available now:
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The May 2023 edition of MxWorld will be available here on Friday, May 12, 2023.
Time to Renew Your Membership?
August has traditionally been the time to renew your annual membership. Membership
dues are no longer collected by our Family Representatives in each country. All
dues payments for both new and renewal memberships are entered on this website with
secure payments on PayPal using major credit cards.
If you joined IMFA after November 2020 then your membership will expire 1 year after
your join date. You will receive an email reminder when your membership should be
For US members who are not comfortable using their credit card on the PayPal secure
site then you can mail a check to IMFA, 10846 Skislope Way, Truckee, CA 96161 USA
Membership Dues are $10 U.S. (or the equivalent in your country’s currency, approximately:
Australia AU$ 13.45, Canada CA$12.53, Euro €8.42, New Zealand $13.99, United
Kingdom £7.2) per year. Secure online payments are processed by PayPal using major
credit cards including American Express, Discover, Mastercard, PayPal and Visa.
Donations, in excess of dues, are always welcome and can be included with your original
or renewal membership.
Not a Member Yet?
Find out how you can join the International Molyneux Family Association.
Make a Donation to Our DNA Project
If you would like to make a contribution to our Surname Project General Fund, click
on the button below:
When you click the button above, you will be directed to a secure page on the Family
Tree DNA site where you can make a contribution to our Molyneaux Surname Group Project
using PayPal, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS and DISCOVER.
Consider Joining Our DNA Project
Go ahead and take the first step ...
Our DNA Project
Member MxPedigrees began appearing on the website several years ago as part of the
DNA Surname Project. We are in the process of expanding the pedigrees to include
information submitted by past and present members for publication in MxWorld.
When the project is completed you will be able to upload a GEDCOM file of your Mx
ancestry where it will become part of a searchable all-name database of member GEDCOMs.
Until then, you can add or update your information on this website at
Add/Edit Pedigree Information.
This information can be accessed by our members using the new
Names of living individuals, or individuals with a birth date after 1911 and no
death date, are automatically hidden on the website.
From time to time we all find ourselves facing an apparent brick wall in our research
efforts. We find pieces of the puzzle are missing and cannot be found. Sometimes
another pair of eyes or knowledge of a little known document resource can break
the barrier and open new connections. If you find yourself in that situation we
might be able to help.
PDF files from UK GRO
The General Records Office (GRO) is pleased to offer PDF’s of historical birth
and death records for England and Wales as part of their established service. If
you have Great Britain ancestry, this could be really beneficial; also, quicker
than snail mail. The program covers PDF copies of those historical digitised civil
registration records held by GRO (i.e. birth entries from 1837 - 1916 and death
entries from 1837 - 1957). A GRO index reference is required to be provided with
the application. You can find the GRO index references by logging on to the GRO
online ordering service and accessing the GRO online indexes. A PDF will cost £7.00
> View GRO PDF Service Guide
Who Will Inherit Your Genealogy Research?
is being posted so you can designate who you would like to see inherit your genealogical
research. Example: You can leave your research to a family member, a society or
perhaps a study partner. Print out this will and place it with your family papers.
Sailing Master of Endeavour
Robert Molineux (1746-1771)
The above video recommended to our membership by US294 George Mollineaux. Additional
information about Robert Molineux and Molineux Harbor in our Resources section Robert Molineux -
Master of Her Majesty's Bark Endeavour by Dr. Mike Inskip