William Bateman

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Personal and Family Information

William was born about 1754 in Buckinghamshire, the son of unknown parents.[Note 2]

He died after 1841. The place is not known.

His wife was Elizabeth Malins, who he married on 09 FEB 1791 in Tingewick, Buckinghamshire. Their four known children were Catherine (<1791-?), [Elizabeth] Martha (<1793-1865), Elizabeth Mary (<1796-?) and Mary (<1799-?).

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1754
Place: Buckinghamshire
1841 census of Tingewick
Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury

See Note 2
DeathAFT 1841
Census06 JUN 1841
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: 1841 Census
1841 census of Tingewick
Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury

See Note 3
See Note 4

Notes

Note 1

held 'ancient enclosure' plot no 37 (1r 37 pole) pre-1773

held enclosure plot 22 (1r 38p) after 1773

received allotment under 1774 enclosure act

Note 2

ABT 1752 to 1756

Note 3

age 85, carpenter, with dau, ?lodger?

Note 4

ADDRESS FOLIO SNUM Same ORDNUM SURNAME FIRNAME yob AGENUM AGE SEX OCCUP BornInCounty BornSIF

8a 51 No 1 Bateman William 1752- 1756 85 M Carpenter Yes

8a 51 No 2 Bateman Martha 1792- 1796 45 F <Dressmaker> Yes

8a 51a Yes 1 Atkinson Susanna 1767- 1771 70 F <Ind> Yes

Sources

  1. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury
  2. 1774 Inclosure Award Radclive Cum Chackmore [includes Tingewick]
    Source: 1774 Inclosure Award Radclive Cum Chackmore [includes Tingewick]
  3. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury