***Note: For Wayne descendants only and not to be confused with The Batman Family***
Part of the 17th century witch hunts, "Malleus" (an alias taken by Nathaniel) was in pursuit of a witch within the Gotham Colony. Upon the burning that night of a supposed witch, Annie, curses the Wayne Family Line.
Thomas Wayne, a doctor, and friend of Benjamin Franklin, is on the hunt for immortality. Through summoning the demon Barbatos, he was given immortality; the one thing he had always wanted in life. He later named himself Simon Hurt and sought to disgrace the Wayne family name and destroy Bruce Wayne.
Anthony was considered a Revolutionary War hero and was the non-fictional inspiration for Batman.
Charles Arwin Wayne
Father of Solomon and Joshua Wayne who moved his family from Boston into the city now established as Gotham City.
As young teens, he and his brother Joshua were abolitionists for the Civil War and helped establish the Underground Railroad in Gotham. He later became a tough federal judge with an interest in architecture as the Wayne family name prospered. Solomon Wayne commissioned Cyrus Pinkney to build the first "Gotham Style" buildings in the heart of the city. Before his death, he laid out plans for a Wayne Manor for his son Alan to accomplish.
Joshua had joined the abolitionists with his brother but died young protecting a slave. His photo was hung holding a clue to reach an underground route which Dick and Damian discovers.
Son of Solomon and Donothea Wayne, Alan was the first generation born into Gotham. As a young man living in the heart of Gotham, Alan felt the weight of the family name. He felt that Wayne Manor was haunted, and didn't live there, and wanted to kill himself. After seeing a masked stranger fighting several criminals and spurred into the fight himself, however, he met and saved the life of his future wife Catherine Van Derm. Later in his life, along with Theodore Cobblepot, Edward Elliot and Cameron Kane, he would help modernize Gotham as an architectural landmark.
Catherine would soon die from child birth complications while giving birth to Kenneth Wayne.
He became the founder of Wayne Chemicals. Kenneth did not have a long life but during his life married Laura Elizabeth and had two sons, Silas and Patrick Wayne. Laura Elizabeth would go on to run Wayne Chemicals until their eldest son took over.
Jonathan "Jack" Patrick Wayne would become the creator of Wayne Tech which helped support both World Wars. He was also the visionary of the renovation of Gotham. Later, he would combine the Wayne resources to create Wayne Corp.
Silas was part of Bruce's childhood and half of his adulthood. He wasn't too pleased with how Bruce was a playboy and didn't take himself serious. It wasn't until Silas was ill on his death bed where Bruce revealed he was Batman. He took pride in that and died happy.
Son of Patrick Wayne, Thomas was born into wealth. In his early years, he too would act like a playboy (similar to his future son). It was not until he met Martha that he began to settle down, having fallen in love. He gained his ranks in becoming a gifted surgeon and then running Wayne Corp. One day while visiting the Monarch Theater with his wife and son, he was held up in the back alley by a criminal known as Joe Chill. Shot down along with Martha, Bruce would suffer a traumatic experience and become The Batman.
Having a hard childhood, Bruce pushed himself to train hard and avenge his parents' horrific death by becoming The Batman. Throughout his years as Batman, he had many sidekicks adopting them from their broken homes and taking them as his own (Dick, Tim, and Cassandra). He too would change the name of Wayne Corp into Wayne Enterprises.
If the claims of Lincoln March are true, he is the younger son of Thomas and Martha Wayne who was born "hurt" due to a car accident at the corner of Lincoln and March and placed into the Willowwood Home for Children. However, this story may be fabricated by the Court of Owls to attack Batman but no definitive conclusions have been reached.
Born as a test tube baby to Talia al Ghul, Damian was raised to become the heir to the Batman name. He began training at a very early age, being taught by the League of Assassins. At the age of ten, Damian's existence was revealed to Bruce by Talia. Bruce was at first reluctant to take him in because of Damian's arrogant attitude and violent nature. When Bruce "died" during the events of Final Crisis, Dick Grayson took up the mantle of Batman and deemed Damian his Robin so he could keep an eye on him and guide him down the right path, a path of heroism. When Bruce returned, Damian remained as Robin, but there were two Batmen. He and Dick worked alongside each other until Dick later stepped down from the cowl and became Nightwing once again. Damian then fought alongside his father, making them the dynamic duo of Batman and Robin. During the events of Batman, Incorporated, Damian was brutally killed by his adult clone, The Heretic. Damian was later laid to rest by Bruce, Dick, Tim, and Alfred and resurrected via those same individuals.