Borromean Rings: The Genealogy of the Mander Family by Nicholas Mander gives a full pedigree of this early industrial family with the 16 main collateral lines and the trees of some connected families. They include the familes of Paint and Le Messurier of Guernsey and Nova Scotia, Weaver of Chester, Davies-Colley of Chester, Narayan of Cooch, Neame of Kent, Austen of Adisham, Denne of Denne Hill, Tufton of Tufton (earls of Thanet), Harding of St James's, Yarner of Wicklow with Temple of East Sheen, Cotterill of Birmingham, Stapledon of Devon, Gibbon of Roxwell, Brödermann of Hamburg, Kunhardt of Hamburg, Stoerzel and Passow of Mecklenburg, Redo of Mexico, Herbert (Jones) of Llanarth, Lane Fox of Bramham, Hall of Llanover, Haffenden of Kent and McSwiney of Cork.
Borromean Rings was published by the Owlpen Press with many heraldic and portrait illustrations in 2011. 236 pages soft bound.
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The descent of the senior line from Henry Mander of Aston Cantlow (1601–1672) (probably descended from John Maunder of Tredington, Warwickshire, circa 1290) is also given in the 107th edition of Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage. More information on collateral lines is given in Appendix III to Nicholas Mander's Varnished Leaves (2005).