Many have come to Orthodoxy, some to the Eastern-rite and a few to the Western-rite via Anglicanism. Some have come from the increasingly dysfunctional Canterbury Communion, with women 'priests', gay clerics and many other appalling affronts to God. Some have come from the traditionalist remnant who managed to scrape together 3 bishops in 1978, and consecrate new Continuing Episcopal/Anglican bishops. This movement has fragmented, although the Anglican Catholic Church - Original Province, clearly has an interest in Orthodox union. In 2010 a ROCOR priest was the keynote speaker at their international Synod, and in 2011 they added a Feast of the Russian New Martyrs to their Anglican calendar. This augurs well for them.
I am interested in finding about the Anglican journeys to WR Orthodoxy. One group I am interested in, is a curiously interesting Philippine traditionalist Anglican mission to North America, the Anglican Rite Jurisdiction of the Americas. They claimed a presence not only in the US but also in the United Kingdom, although sadly they merged/folded and no longer exist. They even had an Archdeacon of Lambeth, in their UK mission fields. If anyone knows the history of this ARJA archdeaconery which saw one incumbent Archdeacon go to Orthodoxy, please share it with us all here.