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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
red mail Oswald G Powell and Florence A Barnes
Oswald and Florence married in Bath in June 1914. Oswald enlisted for the Welsh Guards (possibly 1915) from Porth and died September 1916. Interested in finding out what Oswald was doing in Porth and where Florence lived whilst Oswald was serving with the Welsh Guards ? Was it Porth, Bath or maybe Easton-in-Gordano, North Somerset ? where Oswald's name is also listed on the village War Memorial as well as Bath. He is not listed on the Porth War Memorial.
red mail RAMSEY HUNT
I remember in 1944 at Willow Cottage, Claredon Rd, Widcombe my 2G Grandmother Mary RAMSEY. She had married Henry HUNT in 1873 in Widcombe. Our Hunts have now all disappeared from Widcombe. As a child I often stayed in Widcombe but do not remember meeting any Ramseys. I wondered whether anyone still remembers anyone in the family. Marys father, William RAMSEY was a mason/coal merchant, who lived at 8, Claverton Buildings, Widcombe and married Elizabeth. Their other children were Susan B1841, Joseph Y. B 1841, Sarah Ann B1848, William G. B1854, Alfred J. B 1857. Alfred RAMSEY became a builder/haulier/contractor who married Sarah, a Bath girl and had Florence B1882, Mary B1884 and Albert B1890. I do remember meeting Florence, who had stayed a single woman, in Crystal Palace, London about 1947. William G RAMSEY on the census of 1871 was a photographer, still living in Widcombe, but by 1891census he was married to Mary from Bitton, near Bath, had a 4 year old daughter Margaret E and was a professional Photographic Artist in Hastings. He died in 1885
red mail Matthews in Bath
I am looking for the ancestors & siblings of Thomas Matthews, b c1830 in Bath. I know he was sent to Parkhurst Prison approx 1844, there was mention of a brother in the Prison Governors papers, also that his parents were both dead. Father was a soldier at one time. Thomas was sent to Australia on the Joseph Soames, landed 1847.
red mail King Family in Bath/Bathford
Have hit a brick wall in my search for my 4 X great grandfather, Stephen King. I have found his 2nd marriage entry to Betty Goodchild on 8th November 1774 in St Swithins Church, Bathford. From a memorial inscription I found reference to: "Winefred King, wife of Stephen King who dround at Warley on 3 August 1773". Is this the first marriage? There is no trace of a first marriage for Stephen in this Parish nor a baptism entry. I did find burial dates for Stephen and Betty in St Swithins, Bathford. Stephen died on 20th February 1802 aged 62, so this would put his date of birth in 1740. Betty died 22nd May 1805 aged 56. It seems that Stephen and Winefred came into the Parish from elsewhere, Bathford is on the county border with Wiltshire. Where did they come from? Can anyone help me in my search?
red mail SARAH GIBBS
SARAH GIBBS b 1767 married THOMAS HOLDER b1764 from NORTH WRAXALL,WILTS .l would like to know more about the family. Their daughter married ROBERT WHITE and lived in BATH at SNOW HILL working as a laundress. I would like to know more about them and the area of Snow Hill in Victorian times.
red mail ANN WHITE
I have found ANN WHITE in 1881 census - I SION HILL, LANSDOWN, BATH. working as a housemaid. I have been told that after the entry it has "Education" and so was wondering if this was a school or a boarding school. I can't locate SION HILL AS LANSDOWNE and think that it was SION HILL PLACE and it may be part of a college now. I will be very grateful for any info about either her or Sion Hill Place, Thank you!
red mail JACOB WHITE
JACOB WHITE b1826 lived SNOW HILL 1841-1901 Was a labourer then a Mason. Married MARY ANN MATTHEWS who was a laundress. I would love to find what SNOW HILL was like then and was there a laundry in the area or did she do laundry at home. Any information or links to forums or photographs about the area and/or the family would be very useful to me. Thank you!!
red mail OLIVER HEWLETT
OLIVER HEWLETT b 1859 YEOVIL. He lived in BATH and was a Cabinet Maker. I know he was in Bath 1881/1891/1901 census and still there until 1940. I know little about him or his family and would be very grateful if anyone knows anything about him, I don’t know if he fought in WW1 or anything about his trade. Thanks!!
red mail Comley/Barnes
Charles Comley, born 24 July 1854 in Bath (son of Charles Comley and Sarah Viner but registered under mother's name Viner - they married 28 July 1861). Married Mary Anne Barnes 16 August 1875. They had 11 children:- Rosina Kate b. 1876 d. 1876; Harriet Olive b. 1878 married Sam Chesworth and went to Rhodesia; Sarah Ellen b. 1879 d. 1969 in Canada; Charles William b. 1882 d. 1916 in Plymouth; Elizabeth Jane b. 1884 d. 1884; Frederick John b. 1885 and went to Canada; George b. 1888 m. Kitty Carey d. 1959 in Nuneaton; Male child b. 1889 d. 1889; Amelia b. 1891 d. 1907; Annie Lilian b. 1893 m. 1914 to Bertie John Hole; Kathleen b. 1895 m. 1920 to Richard Spurrell. My line is through Sarah Ellen who married Alfred John King in 1900.

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