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William Smith (Tailor Journeyman)
Searching for a long lost marriage between William Smith Bapt.St John the Baptist Gloucester 1820 and Eliza Ellen ( Ellen being the surname) bapt Bath 1826.(First child born 1846 Bath) The marriage was probably in Bath. Can anyone please help? Family connections are the following families. Bridges family of Cheltenham and Hilliard family of Cheltenham. William and Eliza moved back to Cheltenham about mid 1850s living at 2, Grenville Terrace.
red mail looking for any info
my family are from bath the kendalls and the moodys looking for any info or to find family members
Daniel Whiting (Bath) A Workman's Daughter
I have at least two ancestors with the name Daniel Whiting. One worked in the printing trade. They both lived in Bath. By change I found two articles in Bristol Central Library. Both were written by a Daniel Whiting in about 1871/2. One title was "A Workman's Daughter". The other was "A Wife at Home". Both articles were published / printed in Bath. Whilst I can only see one Whiting family living in Bath, I can't assume that my ancestor was the author of these articles - but I would like to think he was. Does anyone in the printing trade have the answer to this one?
red mail Great Grandparents from Bath
My great grandfather Francis Cox married Mary Ann Fancy and emigrated to the U.S. in the late 1800s. They were both working in Bath, she as a maid and he as a gardner; looking for any relatives that may still be in the area. Thank you!
red mail BURGE OF BATH
Burge'S OF BATH Somerset HELP, I am still trying to find my Samuel Burge ancestors, who lived in Bath. 1. Samuel Burge born 1796 was married to Jane Gray and they had five children - Samuel, Thomas, John, Jane and Mary. 2. Son Samuel B 1820 was married to Mary Smallcome and they had four children, Samuel, Sarah, Mary (Died) and Mary. 3. Son Samuel was B in 1846 and he was married to Sarah Hazard, they had seven children Ada, Florence, Alice, Jessie, Samuel, Sarah and Julia. 4. Son Samuel B 1879 was married to Daisy Martin and they had three children, Edward (my father), Stanley, Alexander (Alec) and Gwendoline. All the Samuels were employed in the in the Printing industry, excepy my father who was a Grocer in the city of Bath until 1971 (near the Bus Station). All the daughters in the tree all married and of course with name changes are have been impossible to find - YET? Any information will be most welcome and will of course be followed up. Thank you
red mail PALMER
I am seeking information about PALMER family of Bath middle 18th - middle 19th centuries, particularly any connection with WOODMAN family or NICHOLLS family
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.
red mail DAMERELL
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. An ancestor with the name Goater came from Hampshire. The Williams family came from Kent.

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