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red mail Wood's Of Bath
Does anyone have any links to the Woods of Bath.John Wood b 1827 in Wells m Mary Ann Bolin and they lived in Bath.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
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!
Posted: 2017
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
Posted: 2017
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.
Post Revised: 2017
Looking for any information on Phillip THATCHER 1800-1873 and Elizabeth NORTON (MERDEN) and children George Daniel(1830-?), Ann Maria (1834-1890) Thomas William (1838-?) and Elizabeth (1842-1886)
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2017
red mail West, Crisp
Just received a Death Record from the GRO: my great-great-grandmother Jane West died at 30 George St, Bathwick, 6 March 1867, aged about 50. Wife of John West, porter (he died in Bath in 1871). Informant: Clara West, Jane's daughter (she was born at Tiverton, Devon, in 1845, but mostly the family lived in Bath). John West m Jane Crisp at St Michael's Without, Bath, 29 May 1841, lived at 10 Upper Borough Walls (street). 1851 Census: lived at 14 Gracious Court. 1861 Census: he was a Porter at "Bath Journal" Printing Office and lived at 6 St Michael's Place, Bath, with his son Charles; she lived at 4 Northgate Lane, Bath, porteress at Printing Office, with her children Clara, Jane (aged 10 and a Porteress), Martha and Henry. In 1871 John was living at 3 St John's Place with his second wife and Martha and Henry; he died there later that same year after an accident, Profession: Hall Porter at Bath Theatre (just around the corner). Looking for descendents of John and Jane's children: George (m Walcha NSW Australia 1871 to Catherine Levingston), Emma, Clara, Charles, Jane, Martha (?m Walcha 1875 to Police Constable Richard Murphy), Henry -- all Wests.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Norris family
My wife is descended from James Norris who was born in 1853 in Bath. He married Ada Howe from Bristol at Barton Regis in 1880. They had a son James Norris born 1889 at Bradley, Staffordshire. Is anyone related?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail DANIELS
Seeking info on the ancestors and descendants of Edgar Daniels b 27 May 1849 Stroud, m 25 July 1869 at Chalford Emily Mary Fisher who was b 21 June 1850 Bisley. Their children were: Ernest Edwin b 1870 m 1894 Amelia Millier, Gertrude Agnes Annie b 1872 m 1894 Ernest Arthur Millman, Constance Mabel b 1874, Gordon Joseph Edgar b 1876 m 1898 Elizabeth Ann Radford, Reginald Walter James b 1878 m 1901 ??, Elton Fisher b 1880 m 1901 Bessie ??, Laurie Dan b 1881 m 1905 Alice Mary J Dyer, Essie Maud Lydia b 1883, Edgartine Mabel b 1886 m 1908 Thomas Grant. The first five children were born in Stroud, the others in Bath, to which the family moved presumably in 1880/81.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail WESTs, BATHs, CRISPs
Seeking dedicated Researchers interested in: Sarah BATH nee WEST (b 5 Apr 1815) d 14 Oct 1909 at her farm "Malford" near Walcha NSW Australia, aged 94. Her parents: Thomas WEST (boatman) and Elizabeth. Sarah married the widower William BATH in Bath's "Trinity" Church on St Valentine's Day 14 Feb 1842. William's mother Mary Bath nee Hull d 1849 at 4 John St, Bath. In 1844 William and Sarah were living at Christian Malford WILTS (Bath and Ch. Malford had been linked by rail in 1841) when they were chosen by the Poor Law Union's Emigration Fund to be sent to Australia as assisted migrants. They arrived in Sydney in Dec 1844, settled at "Malford" outside Walcha NSW and have many descendents today. My great-grandfather George Crisp WEST (bapt. at Ch. Malford 20 March 1851, son of John WEST (poulterer, marketman) and Jane CRISP) got married at Walcha NSW 1871, his first child born at "Malford". There was no WEST family recorded at Ch. Malford in the 1851 Census. Also Martha West (b Bath ca 1855) married Police Constable Richard Murphy at Walcha 1875. ANY INFO REGARDING THE WESTS MUCH APPRECIATED. Furthermore: seems that John West and Jane Crisp m Bath 1841 (Vol. 11, p. 12). Seems Jane died Bath 1847. Seems John widower 43 was in 1861 Census with son Charles 13. Seems John was in the 1871 Census aged 59 with new wife Elizabeth and two step-children. Seems John is not in 1881 Census. Seems William Bath and Sarah West m Bath 1842 (Vol. 11, p. 17). Were John and Sarah siblings?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail LANE & HILLIER
James LANE bn 1834 in Englishbatch, Bath married Maria HILLIER in 1857 at the Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel in Bath. The only detail I have is that her deceased father was named Samuel and was a Clotheir Journeyman and believed to have come from Bradford on Avon. If anyone can offer help or information especially on the Bradford end I will be very grateful and am able to offer some research help in return.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017

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