Thank you so much for that link.
Bettye has some mind blowing information about the connected families etc, but, I must be
really thick as linking them to Eleanor BATINE has been a bit of a problem for me. I
don't know Wales and find at the moment, the place names etc, confusining too.
I will try and spend some time looking on Genuki and get my head around it.
Thank you all for your kindness and patience,
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 10:06:51 +0000
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] BATINE surname query
The name BATTINE (with two 't's) is registered with the Guild of One
Name Studies. An email to battine[at]one-name.org
should be able to
give you some help.
Carol Lloyd wrote:
> Dear List,
> I have had such a great deal of help from you in the recent past with my
JAMES/JOHN/LLOYD and connected families from Pembroke, and I am loathe to ask again, but,
I do have a question to ask if I may?
> Where can I find the Parents/Siblings of Eleanor BATINE who married John JAMES,
Farmer of Pencnwc Farm, in the parish of Dinas in 1839?
> I am intrigued by her surname?
> I have tried googling the name BATINE and it appears that it is Spanish in origin,
would anyone know if that is correct please?
> Many thanks for any help offered,
> Kindest Regards,
> Carol Lloyd
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