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red mail Smith/Nugent
My father was born at 2 Frys Lane ,1917 , his sister same address 1919, mothers maiden name Beatrice Ivy Smith , father was Thomas Smith foreman plate layer for trams. Family returned to canada in 1920, Beatrice back to england around 1923 never heard from again, believe she returned to devonshire at that time. I believe Beatrice was born 1899 , her mother may have been Matilda and sibings mable sarah and dennis , looking for info to any connections to relatives and as to if birth address is still there.
red mail The Bakehouse Family
I am resesrching the Bakehouse Family of Batheaston. In particular William b.1831 and his father Benjamin b.1804. I have done quite a bit already but need some help to fill in the gaps. Would appreciate any help, willing to answer questions in return on the many other Bakehouses that I have info on. Regards Clare
red mail William Lewis
William Lewis b abt 1829 Batheaston and married 1848 Batheaston to Ann Groves believed b abt 1819 in Corsley Wiltshire fathers name on marriage certificate John Groves and Joseph Lewis
red mail Frome Road House, Odd Down, Bath
In December 1909 this was occupied by Frederick J Jackson and Wilfrd & Roseina Norris at least, and was the registered birth place for my grandfather Reginald Norris b Dec 1909. We do not know if Frederick owned the house, or if it was flats, bedsits or anything else, but for some reason Frederick registered Reginald's birth, instead of either of his parents. Frome Road House no longer seems to exist, so looking for any information on it.
red mail Batheaston, Odd Down & Larkall - Norris & Gerrish
Looking for any information on Reginald Norris b Dec 1909 in Frome Road House, Odd Down. Parents were Roseina Mary nee Gerrish b1871 Bath and Wilfred George Norris b1876 Bath. Older brother Wilfred George Norris b1907 Larkall. 1911 census says they were living in High Street, Batheaston, Wilfred snr worked from home, but was employed as a coal porter. Wilfred snr's parents were George Norris b1844 Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire and Caroline b1846 Cubbington, Warwickshire. Roseina's parents were John William James Gerrish b1847 Batheaston and Charlotte b1861 Devizes. Reginald was on his own by the age of 12 (1921/2) and we are desperate to know why, and for any information about his childhood, and of the family's time in Batheaston.
red mail Bannerdown House/School/Kortright
Hi I am looking for any information regarding a school at Bannerdown House, Batheaston, that was run by Augusta Louisa Kortright in 1846. Does the house still exist? or where was it. Many thanks
red mail Batheaston - the RICH family
We are researching the Rich family of Batheaston, my wife's ancestors. We only have the bare outlines so far, stemming from William Rich of Lodge Farm, Batheaston (105 acres, employed two men and a boy), born 1814, whose wife was called Emma and was born at Marshfield, Glos. Our line continues through their son Alfred James Rich, who married Fanny (Frances?) Harding, and they in turn produced a daughter Frederica Winifred Rich in 1888. Frederica was born at Northend, Batheaston. Does anyone have any further info on this particular strand please? Many thanks. Edward
red mail Hardings of Batheaston
William Hardimg b.1886, son of Jeffrey & Elizabeth Harding, other children,Elizabeth 1879, Harry 1881, Alice 1882, Albert 1888, Frederick 1890/91. William m. Florence Emily Allen 1912 in Bath, they immigrated to Western Australia in 1913. In 1915 Florence died a week after giving birth to NORA b.27/10/1915 in Albany W.Aust. Have not been able to trace William or daughterNORA from there. Could she have gone back to family in Somerset to be reared by an aunt? Can anyone shed some light on this puzzle please? Thankyou Eleanor. West Aust.
red mail Gardening in Batheaston
My greatgrandfather, Henry Richard Weaver, started his career as a horticulturalist whilst living in Batheaston as a teenager, with his mother Maria and two siblings John and Mary Ann. After the death of his father, John Weaver, they were all staying in 1861 with his father's uncle William Weaver, and the mother was acting as housekeeper. Henry later moved settled in Stafford, where he and his wife Hannah brought up a family of ten, the first being my grandfather John Henry Guest Weaver. Liz
red mail William Perry
I am trying to locate information on the Perry Family who lived in Batheaston in the 19th Century.
red mail Maslens in Bath, Batheaston & Twerton
We are trying to find Maslens in the Bath area. We have traced back 5 generations living in Bath (or surrounding areas - Batheaston & Twerton in particular) and are eager to add to the tree! A previous generation was Charles Maslen (1796-1859) married to Elizabeth (b1801) possibly Trowbridge / Batheaston. One of their children was James Maslen (1829-1900) married to Elizabeth (nee Fisher) (1829-1909) - we belive James may be one of at least 7! James and Elizabeth lived in Batheaston and then Twerton. They had 13 children - our tree springs from the youngest - Oliver John (1873-1947). Any information much appreciated. We are willing to share!
red mail Thomas Snow Miller
Thomas Snow Miller was born c.1820 in Batheaston. He later became a customs officer, serving in Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Does anyone know anything about him?
red mail Burge/Prichard/Greenway in Batheaston
Im looking for information on the families of Burge, Prichard, Greenway and Stoneham of the Batheaston area. I would really like the burial location and death date of William Burge (b. 1805, d. abt 1861 in Batheaston). He was married to Mary Greenway. His grandson married Emily Prichard, whose parents supposedly ran the White Lion Inn in Batheaston for a bit. I would love more info and verification on that too.
red mail William Jones
Any info please Wm. Jones born 1806, was a stone mason in the 1841 census of Bath. He was married to Maria and had 4/5 children they lived in Summerlays cottagesin the Dolemeads area, or Widcombe or Lycombe???
information on james melluish
I am looking for more information on james melluish the watch maker. I have a pocket watch that was made by melluish and would like more information.
I am searching for family history details of any Kimbers who were living in the Batheaston district of Bath in the 17th Century
red mail HILL
Looking for ancestors of John Longford Hill, Baker, in Batheaston. Family also in Bath. Any info on him or his siblings Thomas, Rowland, Selina, Solomon and Barzilla would be much appreciated. Their father was Thomas Hill a tinsman and brazier.
Looking for info. on Charles GILLARD, gardener & shoemaker of Batheaston (b.c.1794) and his wife Mary BRISTOW (1795-1844). Mary BRISTOW was born at Batheaston, the dau. of Daniel BRISTOW, basket maker (1756-1830) & Betty BARWELL (1757-1833). DanielBRISTOW was the son of John BRISTOW (1713-98) & Mary BULLOCK (1723-89). Mary was the sister of Charles BULLOCK (d.1779), gentleman of Batheaston.
red mail Rickerts
does anyone have any information about Jacob Rickert of Batheaston please? He was a Baker and Confectioner, and originally came from Germany.
red mail Melluish Family
My family seems to have relocated from Bath to Batheaston in the mid 1800s. This includes James, a clock & watch maker, Daniel, gardener at Bailbrook House, John, and William, among others.

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