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red mail Ennever
Looking for any information about all Ennevers living in Bath up to 1850. Especially John Ennever who was married at St.Mary's Chapel in 1781. Any information on St.Mary's Chapel(now lost) located off Queens Square would also be appreciated. See also Walcot.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
DEW Rosina
Trying to trace Rosina Dew, born 1863 to Henry Dew and Mary Ann(nee Biggs). Her mother died in 1868 & in 1871 she was living in Bristol with her father Henry, brother John(1866) & stepmother Esther(nee Biggs).
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
PICKWICK Anna (Hannah)
Anna Pickwick born 4 Feb 1849, 2 Selden's Court, The Abbey, Bath. Father:Francis Pickwick, Bargeman. Mother:Anna Pickwick formerly Hardick. I ordered this birth certificate in error & would be happy to forward it. I also have census information on Francis & Anna Pickwick & their family.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
John Williams
John Williams was my 2xGreat Grandfather. All the Census returns gives his birth date as 1802 and Bath as the place of birth. He married a lady named Harriet Jacobs in Malmsbury, where he was in partnership in a business. He was a master builder. His family were all brought up in Malmsbury. As Williams is a common name, he has been difficult, if not impossible to trace him back. I have taken advice and it was suggested his father would have had money to be able to pay for his indenture. Maybe a builder himself. Is there anyone out there who can help me please!
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
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.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
Turner
I am seeking information on the parents of an Annie Sarah Turner born in the 1850s in Bath. Her father was a George Turner - stonemason. However I cannot find them on the 1861 census. By 1881 she was living with George Still (a carpenter from Brighton)and they had two girls, Frances Emily Still b.1881 and Eleanor Still b.1890 and a son Frank George b.1891 all born in Islington. They finally married in 1899. I would be very interested in any information on any of these people.Thanks
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Richard Button where in 1841?
I am trying to find out where Richard Button born abt 1813 Lacock , wife Mary Ann (nee Candy) and daughter Mary Ann Candy Button were living in 1841. In 1837 when their daughter was born they were living at 18, Monmouth Place , Bath. Richards occupation was a tailor. Can anyone help please.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
Walcot-Bath name Prince
Hester Prince born in Somerset, lived in the Walcot area of Bath address known as No.1 Wellington Place, she was a widow and her maiden name was Chappell; her father was a baker name of John Chappell. Anything known prior to 1850 when she married my g.g.grandfather in Walcot Parish Church,Walcot,Bath. his name was Joseph Brooks.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2020
Page Ling Morrison Mitchell
Henrietta Elizabeth Page b:1820 m. William Girling LING (widower) 8.12.1859 St. Michaels Church Bath Somerset. (William known to have been warden at church for 14+ years). Issue: William Page 26.10.1863 Midsom Street Bath d: June 1896 Newtown St. Peters Sydney Australia. m. Christina Morrison MITCHELL New Zealand. Further information appreciated.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
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
Posted: 2019

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