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red mail HAVEZ - Julian
I am looking for further information about Julian Havez who married Anne Bailey in Bath in 1795. He died in 1831. His daughter, LAURA CELCILIA ROSALIE married my 3 x g grandfather - CHRISTOPHER SHELL before moving to Liverpool following his death in 1834. I have information about the music life of the SHELLS in Bath but lack information about the HAVEZ side
red mail Richard Smith Mary Harding Bath
I'm trying to find a marriage between these two people around 1820 as their first child Charles was born in/around 1821. Richard became a Cabinet Maker in Bath and the family settled in Kingsmead Terrace in the city. I have no information regarding Richards parents but Mary's mother is Sarah Harding.
red mail George Taylor
Looking for any information about my GGGGfather George Taylor who was born in 1800 in Walcot Bath Somerset, He was first married in 18th febuary 1816 in St Marys Chapel Walcot Bath to Eliza Kingston. Then married to Elizabeth Gosney on the 15th May 1831 at St Swithins Walcot Bath, They had 4Boys 2Girls all born in Walcot. Have been trying to trace George's Family but have come to a full stop, if its any help his children's names are George jn, Henry, William,Edward, Elizabeth, Sarah.
red mail GINGELL
Charlotte Gingell born c.1815 at Bath, married William King in 1836 at Walcot (Bath)./ Settled Castle Combe, Wilt.
red mail Webb Family
I am looking for anyone who has a link with the Webb family from Walcot, Bath. They lived in the area in the 1800s. In particular, I am looking for anyone who has links with an Emanuel Webb, George Webb or Charlotte Davis.
red mail James Biggs
I am trying to trace the parents of James Biggs, my 3X great grandfather, born on 17/7/1789 in Walcot. Married to Anne Grant (24/4/1820)then Hannah Mitchell (29/6/1824). I have found William Biggs and Mary Pritchard married 1/10/1788 in Walcot, however I think they may be the parents of James Biggs in the 1851 census born in Bath and living in Ross, Herefordshire.
red mail Kate Dudfield (b. Walcot, Bath Nov 5th 1853)
Emigrated to New South Wales and in May 1888 married Arthur Spark Boggis (b. Fakenham 1829) and had 4 children. Grateful for any further information.
red mail Commings Family
John COMMINGS b.c1791 d.1846. Married to Mary? Children Anthony 1820 Ann 1822, Anthony 1824, Sarah 1827 and David 1830. Ann worked at the Bath Penitentiary (Ladymead House in Walcot)before departing to New York in 1851. Anthony the younger died in Delhi from apoplexy whilst serving with the British Army. Sarah married Henry GEAR and David married Elizabeth STONE. David COMMINGS is my G.G.Grandfather. Any info on Commings family appreciated. There are many spelling variations for this name CUMMINGS/COMINS/COMYNS/CANNINGS to name a few.
red mail Smith
Looking for information on Walter Sydney Smith born 1879-lived in Walcot area.Mother Mary,father James. Possibly killed in First World War?
red mail WORKMAN family Walcot, Bath 1800
Researching the WORKMAN family from Walcot, Bath, particularly Thomas WORKMAN, born around 1819-1825 in Walcot, Bath (St Swithans), who was a shoemaker with connections to Gloucester, Cheltenham and subsequently moving to the Forest of Dean. Also seeking information on his father, Swanton WORKMAN born around 1790-1800, an engine pipe maker. Would be interested to hear from anyone with any connections to the Workman or Swanton surnames in the Bath area at this time.

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