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red mail CRISP family of Bath Somerset
Allen George Stanley CRISP was born in Bath, Somerset in 1894 to George Nicholas CRISP and Sarah Ann NASH. Allen married Elizabeth GORDON of Eldon, County Durham in 1921. James CRISP had earlier been a double-edged beaver and silk hat manufactory at No 50 Walcot Street (opposite St Michael's church) - Bath Directory 1826 refers. Earliest family members believed to be George CRISPE and Rebecca BRION of Hanover Square, London W1 in 1784. Looking to trace descendants.
I am trying to find members or descendants of the DAMERELL family (Mr A S & Messrs J, N & T) who were the son-in-law and grandsons of EVANGELINE MORRIS, of Bath, Somerset, & uncle & cousins of my father ALAN MORRIS KIRKHAM.
Is anyone researching a PEARCE family in Somerset. I am trying to find a George Henry (Harry) PEARCE born 1881/4 in Bath or surrounding areas. Father Henry a farmer. George H. was married and living in Derby according to the 1911 census. Wife Charlotte nee WHITTINGHAM. He worked for the Midland Railway. He could have been lodging before 1905 in the Vale of Evesham. This is all I know, if anyone could help or offer any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Watts / Williams / Rumming / Hamlen
Most of my ancestors lived in Bath and the villages of Southstoke and Englishcombe. A recent DNA sample suggested I might be 22 per cent Scandinavian, 15 per cent Western European, 2 per cent Irish, 2 per cent Italian or Greek, and 1 percent Iberian Peninsular. I expected more evidence of Roman ancestry. It would be lovely to hear from other Bathonians to see what their DNA samples threw up.
TRONSON family
Edward Thomas Miles Tronson and wife Emma nee Wylie lived at Greenway Lane, Bath, Somerset at the time of his death on May 16, 1863. Edward Tronson was career army and had retired with the rank of Colonel. Are there any other descendants out there? I am descended from their son Gerald who emigrated to New Zealand in 1861. Any info much appreciated. Cynthia B.
red mail Thomas Jones
Hi, I would like any information about a Thomas Jones (born abt 1849) who married Eliza Hayes (born Clifford in Cricklade, Wiltshire) on the 14th august, 1899, in the registry office, Bath, England please. I am trying to piece my family tree together. Thanks.
AMENDED ENTRY:- Help requested please. I am trying to find information and ongoing details, and history, relating to the Burge family in Bath. Samuel B 1796 married to Jane Gray had five children - Samuel, Thomas, John, Jane and Mary. Samuel Burge B 1820 married to Mary Smallcome had four children Samuel, Sarah, Mary (Died) and Mary. Samuel Burge born 1846 married to Sarah Hazard had seven children Ada, Florence, Alice, Jessie, Samuel, Sarah and Julia. I know that all the Samuels were Compositors in the printing industry, and that the ladies in the tree of course married and with name changes are very difficult to trace. Any worthwhile information will be very welcome and will of course be followed up. Thank you
red mail Thomas Bratten
I am wondering if anyone has any information on these people. Thomas Bratten (1788-?) born to William and Mary, married Betsy Hillier(1790-?), children James(1820-1906) and John Bratten (1820-1878).
red mail Miss Williams Bath 1918
I have very little to go on however maintaining hope that someone will read this one day and know instantly as ro whom it could have been in the "Williams" families in Somerset Bath 1918.This year is important as it was the ending of the war and the outbreak of a fy epidemic. A "Miss Williams" took a consignment of approximately 10 paintings to Chrsities Auction House in London, of which approx 4 were returned to her - she may have gone form Christies too Sotherby's with the returned paintings of they may have remained in the family. One of these paintings made it out to New Zealand of which my parents purchased over 35 years ago at a deceased estate auction - Perhaps if someone knows a connection, perhaps Miss Williams herself moved to New Zealand. I am trying to trace the geneology of a painting and being In New Zealand is very difficult. The miss williams i am searching for may not have married, therefore she could have been an aunt to nieces/nephews in the Williams family. I am guessing she must have been a notable woman in 1918 to even have a consignment of 10 paintings with her. I would deeply apprecaited anyone being able to provide any information they may be of help. I am also considering using the local Bath newspapers to see if that brings any connections out of the woodwork! Thank you
red mail Challenger family from Bath Somerset
I'm looking for members of my family. My Grandmother was Fanny Challenger born bath 1899, Father Charles and Mother Hester Fanny Knight. Fanny morried an Australian in England, then moved to Australia and had 6 children. She married Walter COE from Cowra, NSW Australia. Please help me to contact any relatives. Thank you Jan

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