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Old 15-03-11, 15:33
Sue at the seaside Sue at the seaside is offline
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Default Elizabeth ?? OH's FMMMM

One of those "not a lot known!"

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Elizabeth

Date and place of birth
Probably late 1700s

Names of parents
?

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
?

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
John Batt, Probably Kent, Daughter Elizabeth born abt 1814

Occupation(s) - if any
?

Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on (if s/he lived in census times!).
?

Date, place and cause of death
?

Date and place of burial.
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any
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Old 15-03-11, 20:48
ElizabethHerts ElizabethHerts is offline
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Hi Sue,

FreeReg had just one marriage for Kent. I thought you probably would have looked at FamilySearch.

County Kent
Place Southfleet
Church St Nicholas of Myra
RegisterNumber
MarriageDate 03 Nov 1804
GroomForename John
GroomSurname BATT
GroomCondition Bachelor
BrideForename Elizabeth
BrideSurname TERRY
BrideCondition Spinster
WitnessOneForename Elizabeth
WitnessOneSurname HART
WitnessTwoForename William
WitnessTwoSurname MULLENDER
Notes By Banns, NB : Both Bride & Groom and the 1st Witness all signed their mark with an "X", also no Reg No given for this entry ?
FileNumber 18666

I don't know if this fits with anything you have for the daughter?
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Old 15-03-11, 21:21
Sue at the seaside Sue at the seaside is offline
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I have wondered about this marriage - which I found on Family search - but love the extra detail on freereg- and I do think it looks the most likely, Daughter was baptised in 1814 in Ash, Kent. I assume this was Ash Nr Sevenoaks (Everyone else seems to be from Nr Sevenoaks) Southfleet is about 5.5 miles from there.
There is a possible entry in 1841 census, in Northfleet, daughter Elizabeth isn't with them and can only find a baptism for one of the children listed, Mary, in Hartley, Kent, halfway between Ash and Southfleet!
I just have no conclusive evidence!
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Old 15-03-11, 21:57
Sue at the seaside Sue at the seaside is offline
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Just managed to track down that there is a John Batt baptised in Ash at the right time and Elizabeth Terry baptised in Southfleet, It does all seem to fit!!!! If it's right........
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