I seriously doubt you have actual documentation going back to the 11th century when there is a very serious break in the 18th century. To Wit:
Your tree, "Vitale/Fioravanti/Byrnes/Larson Family Tree contains the following Family:
Thomas Chesebrough (1754-1807) married Joanna Tyler (1754-1775) and had the following children:
Note that there are NO sources shown for any of this and that, except for Polly, all children shown are born *AFTER* the death of their mother.
My question is... did you really research this or did you, like so many others, simply blindly copy what was put in front of you without even really looking at it?