I think these are the parents of the man who emigrated to USA and took part
in the battle of Little Bighorn with General Custer? As regards Batine I am
sorry I cannot help but I have heard stories that French (maybe just a few)
settled along the coast of North Pembrokeshire in the 1700's but of course
that could be incorrect. I have ancestors with French sounding name who have
been in Pembs and South Cards since around 1700. That surname is Peregrine.I
am still trying to sort it out!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carol Lloyd" <manxie55(a)hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2010 1:44 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] BATINE surname query
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,
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