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Leicestershire / Bates Family
« on: Wednesday 07 August 19 17:28 BST (UK)  »
Looking for information on my great great grandfather Henry Bates, who married Lucy Ann Bush.
They had a son Thomas Henry Bates. Trying to find any other children or records for this family.

Family History Beginners Board / Thomas Henry Bates
« on: Wednesday 07 August 19 17:24 BST (UK)  »
Looking for information on my great grandfather. I know he was born in 1866, Kentish Town, London.  I also know he was a sailor/seaman/Royal Navy as stated in the few records that I have found.
He was on the ship Jersey City that sailed out of Bristol, can anyone point me in the direction to find out more about his time spent as a sailor.

Channel Islands Lookup Requests / St. Martins-Robert, Margaret Ann
« on: Thursday 18 July 19 18:29 BST (UK)  »
Good Afternoon;

I am trying to find information on my grandmother Margaret Ann Robert.  She was born abt 1868 in St. Martins. Her parents were Moses (Moise) Robert and Marguerite Falla.
Margaret married Thomas Henry Bates in 1896 in St. Martins.  My great aunt Lucy Ann we believe was born on the island of Guernsey abt 1897, but haven't been able to find a birth record. Thomas and Margaret went to the London area.  Thomas and Margaret had a child in 1899, William Thomas who died in 1900 according to records on ancestry.  My grandmother, Bertha Elizabeth Bates was born abt 1901, baptised at St. Marks, Marylebone. Jessie Florence was born abt 1903.  Bertha and Lucy were sent to a Barnardo Home and in the records that we have obtained show Margaret's address as 23 Paris Street, Guernsey.  I have checked the 1911 census and do not see a record of her.  She may have went to live with her brother William.  We think she may have remarried as Jessie in a document refers to her mother as Margaret Bates Brown.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I would like to know what happened to Margaret, she did not have an easy life by the looks of the research (deserted by her husband).

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