Rex Le Grice of Auckland, New Zealand, has concentrated on the early New Zealand Le Grices.
The late Ron and Betty (Le Grice) Edgell of Auckland, New Zealand, have completed much of the current detailed research and is the result of thousands of hours spent in libraries with film, microfiche, etc ensuring the accuracy of the final tree.
Jonathan Richard Wood (Dick)Le Grice of Weston Longville Norwich, wrote “1066 and after that”
Rev Edgar Le Grice, a tombstone and church register expert.
Alice Le Grice, an Australian who stayed with Edgar.
Norman John le Grice, of Purley, Surrey, England, who contributed a large work entitled “Searching for My Ancestors”.
John Clement Le Grice of Farnborough, Hampshire, England, still doing original research.
James & Margaret Le Grys of Hethersett, Norwich, studying the Le Grys line.
John Le Grys Rowe of Norwich who still looks for clues about the older families.
Donald Frank LeGrice of Lowestoft, Suffolk, England, who regularly ferrets lost information.
Donna Ripley, of Ontario, Canada, for her extensive research into the Canadian branches.