Author Topic: Bostock,Callindine,Proctor,Scarratt Holt and Bath Families  (Read 2999 times)

Offline cbcarolyn

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Re: Bostock,Callindine,Proctor,Scarratt Holt and Bath Families
« Reply #18 on: Monday 14 January 19 18:48 GMT (UK) »
Hi cbcarolyn

I too have most of the people you mention in your latest post. Lots of Jarvis (Gervase). Thomas Worth and Jane Proctor were my ex-husband's 4th x grandparents.

Margaret

I have not been able to find any 1841 census data, so assume that they never made it!  with all the travelling around I guess.
Lugg/Freeman/Caddy- Cornwall
Dayman/Hobbs - Devon
Brett/Clark/Hicks - Middx/Essex/London
Miles - Northampton
Woodruff/Proctor/Worth - Midlands/NE/Wales

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Re: Bostock,Callindine,Proctor,Scarratt Holt and Bath Families
« Reply #19 on: Monday 04 February 19 13:07 GMT (UK) »
Hi. My name is Steven Bath I live in Stoke in Staffordshire. I don't know anything about my grandparents. I have been told that I am related to a family called proctor and that there Romany gypsies. Is there any connection. Grandfather John Bath Grandmother Louisa Bath . nee proctor

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Re: Bostock,Callindine,Proctor,Scarratt Holt and Bath Families
« Reply #20 on: Monday 04 February 19 14:20 GMT (UK) »
I don't have any Baths (yet) in my tree, although I think my Proctors were travelling china and earthenware dealers, so I am guessing collected 'stock' from the areas that produced the items and then travelled the country.

What dates are your Baths?
Lugg/Freeman/Caddy- Cornwall
Dayman/Hobbs - Devon
Brett/Clark/Hicks - Middx/Essex/London
Miles - Northampton
Woodruff/Proctor/Worth - Midlands/NE/Wales

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