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Surnames PAUL and SPERRIN or SPERRING of Bath Somerset
Thomas PAUL married Mary SPERRIN or SPERRING in 1806 in St James Bath Somerset. Some PAUL descendants are alleged to have emigrated to the USA.A son was Thomas Mitchell PAUL baptised in Bath in 1826. A daughter was Sophia baptised 1809 in Widcombe Bath Somerset - she married George LARCOMBE in 1833 in Bath. A further son was James Stephen PAUL (or James Stevens PAUL)who was baptised in 1811 in Widcombe Bath Somerset. This James Stephen PAUL married Anne CHALKER in 1832 in Bath Somerset. This James Stephen PAUL did travel to the USA (it is thought to visit relatives). While in the USA at least three PAUL children were born including Arabella PAUL on 4th September 1837. I would like to know in which state this Arabella PAUL was born. Information on date from a family Bible and information on the fact that it was in the USA came from a old newspaper account of the 92nd birthday celebrations of Arabella. The family of James Stephen PAUL and Anne (nee CHALKER) later emigrated to Australia. James Stephen PAUL died in Geelong Victoria Australia in 1882.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail William George Archibald "Archie" Parker
I'm looking for WILLIAM GEORGE ARCHIBALD PARKER (later known as Archie), who was born on 20th July 1883 in Kings Norton, Birmingham. He was the eldest son of Albert Edward Parker and Mary Rachel Young. I have found William on the 1901 census, living at 4 Gloster Terrace, Bristol with Willliam and Winifred Harris. His younger brother Thomas is also with him - at this date his parents and siblings are living in Hornsey, North London. I have also found both William and Thomas on the 1911 Census at 125 Fishponds Road, Bristol, still with a now-widowed Winifred Harris - the census indicates he is living "by private means". To date (Aug 2014) I have been unable to find anything further on him after the 1911 Census. If anyone has any info or knowledge of him I would be most grateful to hear from them.
Posted: 2014, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Parsons Family
Does anyone have John Parsons b-1722 in Bath, and Anna(nee Louf) b-1731, in their tree?
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail fredrick james moger
iam looking for any information about Fredrick james moger born bath somerset about 1870.he married annie bowyer in 1888 in bath.his father was named john.both he and his father were iron moulders.i I would like to know his mothers name and any siblings he may have had.i know his father married again in 1875 to emma miles and he was a widower.i cant find his first marriage to Fredrick,mother I have looked on the birth records and the census but with no lucki would also like to find any children Fredrick and annie may have had. any information will be greatly received.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail joseph james bowyer
iam looking for any information about joseph james bowyer.he was born in batharound the 1870,s.he married rosina painter in bath in October 1895.i would like to find any children he and rosina may have had.i would also like any information about joseph,s mother and father james and Elizabeth.and any of joseph,s siblings.i know he had two sisters annie and harriet.i would like to know when james and Elizabeth were married james was a gardener.any information will be greatly received
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Edwin George TRUMAN
TRUMAN Edwin George Twerton - First Series Bath (NONE) TW1/33/264 Born in 1894 or 1895 Adopted by Fanny HOBBS (nee STOKES) between 1901 and 1911.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Fred Smith & Lily Barton
Fred Smith and Lily Barton married on November 15th, 1918 at Twerton, Bath. in the presence of Eleanor E Barton and Francis Ainsworth Bodger. These people are my grandparents and my father, Edwin (Ted) Smith is their only son. He is now 91 and anxious to trace any of Lily Barton's family. Lily Barton was 32 when she married Fred Smith and he was 43. Lily was living at The Golden Fleece in Twerton at the time. Her father's name was WIlliam John Newman. HELP PLEASE
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
PAUL or SPERRIN/ SPERRING in Bath Somerset
Thomas PAUL married Mary SPERRIN/ or SPERRING in 1806 in Bath Somerset.They were married by Banns in the Parish Lyncombe & Widcombe. A witness at their wedding was William PAUL. It is believed that some relatives emigrated to the USA. Some otherslater emigrated to Australia, with the remainder staying in England. Thomas PAUL was a schoolmaster. Three of the know children of Thomas PAUL were Sophia (married LARCOMBE), James Stevens/Stephen PAUL and Thomas Mitchell PAUL. Interested in any descendants of the Thomas PAUL and his wife Mary SPERRIN/SPERRING (married 1806) above. See also BAMPFIELD AND CHALKER and places Netherbury and Branscombe for same names - all inter-related
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Ware's Nursery - Walter T Ware
Both of my grandfathers worked at Ware's Nurseries south of Bath. They lived in the tied houses in Whiteway Road, Twerton Hill, Bath. I am researching the following family names that have lived in the area; Watts, Rumming, Williams, Hamlen.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Hamlen family - Southstoke
Hello I have family connections with the village of Southstoke, south of Bath. Both the Hamlen and Williams families lived in Southstoke. The Hamlen's lived in 2 Upper Buildings. The Williams family moved around, so may not have lived in Southstoke for many years.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021

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