Author Topic: Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter..........  (Read 1201 times)

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Re: Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter..........
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 04 November 18 18:47 GMT (UK) »
Edward Bateson Vye Parminter, an older sibling of Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter, was born in 1883, died 1893.

Edward Vye Parminter was the son of Louisa Bowman and Sydney Augustus Vye Parminter (1871- ), an older half-sibling of Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter.

John Vye Parminter (1844-1911), father of Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter, married twice – first to Charlotte Edie Trott (eight children from 1869 to 1879, three died young) and secondly to Maria Bateson (eight children from 1882 to 1901, two died young).  John Vye Parminter was also one of eight siblings born between 1835 and 1850, four of whom died young.

Yes, John Bateson Vye Parminter (1882-1946) and his wife Annie Baxendale had a child in 1901 and John Bateson Vye Parminter’s mother, Maria (Bateson) Parminter had my last great aunt, Katherine Angela Vye Parminter in that same year.

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Re: Alfred Bateson Vye Parminter..........
« Reply #10 on: Monday 05 November 18 16:19 GMT (UK) »
Interesting information. thanks.  Does anyone know about Charlotte Edie Trott, when she was born and who her parents where? 

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Austin,Bistol
Coole,Bristol
Lewis, Bristol
Williams,Olveston
Howard,Bristol
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Tinney, Plymouth.
Ogborn,Bristol.
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