These are the family groups identified so far:-

Hampshire Tree

Starts with a Robert Elwick who gets married in Wootton St Lawrence in 1794 but has disappeared by 1807 when his wife has a baseborn child.

Alexander Tree

I believe this tree links into my tree but I have no evidence! Alexander Elwick is born about 1819 in Manchester according to the Census. I have a reference to a Grace Elwick being in Manchester in 1841 Census and in a Trade Directory as a mangle keeper in the same area. Both Grace and Alexander are in the Lincoln area by the 1851 Census.

Durham Tree

Starts with a John Elwick born about 1750 who gets married in Egglescliffe in 1776. One branch went to Illinois in USA. DNA is suggesting I have a distant connection to this family.

Yorkshire Tree

Starts with a Thomas Elwick born about 1752 who gets married in Newton under Rosebury in 1783. I have a Thomas born in 1754 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire on my tree for whom I have no further information, but no proof they are the same person.

Lincoln Tree

This is my tree it starts with a William Elwicke born in 1612 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire. By 1800 most of the lines are in Lincoln, Lincolnshire but have now spread to Canada, Australia and USA.

Yorkshire/London Tree

This tree is worked around the marriage in 1696 of a Thomas Elwick of London to a Catherine Elwick of York, Yorkshire. There are no male Elwick descendents of this tree alive today, the last one died in 1911.

Ellwick Tree

This small tree based around London usually spelt the name as Ellwick. There are no male descendents of this tree alive today.