Bateman ...



The entries for people & families with the surname Bateman are gathered together in this SideTrack.

This Page does not include people with other forms of the surname.

The individuals listed are not necessarily related to each other.


Ann Bateman [1828-1910]
Anthony Collins Bateman [1835-1895]
Daniel Bateman [1727-1785]
Daniel Bateman [1740-1789]
Daniel Bateman [1767-1849]
Daniel Bateman [1825-1904]
George Bateman [1818-1891]
Harry Bateman [1897-19??]
John Bateman [1518-1561]
John Bateman [1540-1???]
John Bateman [1568-1639]
John Bateman [1604-16??]
John Bateman [1636-1???]
John Frederick La Trobe Bateman [1810-1889]
John Henry Bateman [1863-1929]
Jonas Bateman [1659-1742]
Jonas Bateman [1703-1755]
Joseph Bateman [17??-18??]
Joseph Bateman [1807-1892]
Joshua Bateman [1797-1871]
Samuel Bateman [1799-1860]
William Bateman [1765-1842]
William Bateman [1814-1???]
William Bateman [1843-1909]


Bateman, Ann
[1828-1910] Daughter of Joshua Bateman.

Born 22nd September 1828.

Baptised at Cleckheaton [7th November 1830].

In 1858, she married George Earnshaw.

They had no children.

In every census after 1861, Ann is visiting relations in Ovenden & Laneshawbridge, Colne. By 1891, she is living with sister Hannah at Clifton House, Halifax. She continues living there after Hannah's death, by which time Hannah's eldest child Richard is head of the household. She is still there in 1901 living with Richard.


Perhaps the Earnshaw couple didn't get on and the various visits were prolonged!
 

She died 6th April 1910.

She was buried at Mount Zion Methodist Chapel, Ogden in the Hodgson grave along with nephew William [her sister Hannah's 2nd son] & his wife Louisa Hodgson & other members of the family. She is not buried with her husband

Bateman, Anthony Collins
[1835-1895] Son of Joshua Bateman.

Born 19th June 1835.

Baptised at Birstal Chapel, Cleckheaton [26th July 1835]

He was a tea and hop merchant.

On 18th June 1861, he married Sarah Ann Catlow.


Sarah Ann is mentioned in Mrs Cryer's book Memories of Colne
 

Children:

  1. Alice Maud [b 1867]
  2. Lucy Ann [1878-1941]
  3. Harriet Emma [1876-1941]
  4. Annie [1865-1950]

He died in Halifax

Bateman, Daniel
[1727-1785] Son of Jonas Bateman.

Born in Coley [14th January 1727]. He married Rosemund Pratt.

Children:

  1. Dorothy [1752-1828]

He died in Lightcliffe

Bateman, Daniel
[1740-1789] Son of Jonas Bateman.

Born in Oakenshaw.

In 1762, he married Rebekah/Rebecca Rhodes [1739-1???].

Children:

  1. Jonas [b 1703]
  2. William
  3. Susannah [b 1767]
  4. John [17??-1812]
  5. Daniel
  6. Joshua

Bateman, Daniel
[1767-1849] Son of Daniel Bateman.

He married Patience Wilkinson [1774-1807].

Children:

  1. William
  2. James
  3. Martha
  4. Samuel
  5. Rebecca
  6. Mary
  7. Marius
  8. Ann

Bateman, Daniel
[1825-1904] Son of Joshua Bateman.

Born 30th October 1825.

Baptised at Cleckheaton [27th November 1825].

He was a butcher [1849].

On 13th June 1849, he married Ann Hudson at Halifax Parish Church.


Ann was the daughter of Joseph Hudson, sadler
 

He died 6th August 1904

Bateman, George
[1818-1891] Born in Pembrokeshire.

He was elementary teacher of English [1851] / a certificated schoolmaster [1861] / a schoolmaster [1871] / a superannuated teacher & rate collector [1881].

He married Dinah [1818-1853].


Dinah was born in Pembrokeshire
 

Children:

  1. Emma Jane who died 13th May 1852 (aged 14 month).

Dinah died 10th December 1853 (aged 35).

In [Q2] 1856, he married (2) Ellen Bailey [1815-1893] in Halifax.


Ellen was born in Norland.

She was a schoolmistress [1861]

 

Children:

  1. Frederick 1859] who was a banker's clerk [1881]

The family lived at

  • Chapel House, Cross Hill, Elland-cum-Greetland [1851, 1861]
  • Wesleyan Chapel House, Mount Pleasant, Elland-cum-Greetland [1871]
  • Washington Cottage, Elland with Greetland [1881]

George died 1st April 1891 (aged 73).

Ellen died 14th November 1893 (aged 78).

Members of the family were buried at Greetland Methodist Church [Grave Ref: F9]

Bateman, Harry
[1897-19??] Of Long Lover Lane, Pellon.

On 24th August 1921, he was one of a number of servicemen aboard Airship R38 which exploded and crashed into the River Humber. He escaped with his life.

Fellow crew-member Frank Smith was killed in the accident

Bateman, John
[1518-1561] Of Northowram Park, Halifax.

Born before 1518.

He married Margaret.

Children:

  1. John
  2. Mary [b 1570]

He died after 1561

Bateman, John
[1540-1???] Son of John Bateman.

Born before 1540.

In 1561, he married Alice Croft.

Children:

  1. John

Bateman, John
[1568-1639] Son of John Bateman.

In 1599, he married Margaret Aldersley [15??-1637].

Children:

  1. Samuel [1601-1684]
  2. John
  3. Elizabeth [b 1607]
  4. Andrew [1610-1624]
  5. Daniel [b 1615]

Bateman, John
[1604-16??] Son of John Bateman.

In 1635, he married Grace Firth [1614-1649].

Children:

  1. child who died between 1635 and 1644
  2. John
  3. child who died between 1636 and 1644
  4. child who died between 1636 and 1644
  5. child who died between 1636 and 1644
  6. Grace [b 1646]
  7. Jessy [1649-1649]

Bateman, John
[1636-1???] Son of John Bateman.

In 1657, he married Mary Law.

Children:

  1. Jonas

Bateman, John Frederick La Trobe
[1810-1889] Engineer who built many of the local reservoirs

Bateman, John Henry
[1863-1929]

In 1896, he married Maria.


Maria (née Rushton) was the widow of
James Kershaw
 

They both died in Bradford

Bateman, Jonas
[1659-1742] Son of John Bateman.

Born in Halifax.

He was a miller at Coley Mill.

On 1st May 1701, he married Susannah Woods [1661-1747] in Wakefield Cathedral.

Children:

  1. Dorothy [1701-1723]
  2. Jonas
  3. Daniel

Bateman, Jonas
[1703-1755] Son of Jonas Bateman.

He was a miller at Bailiff Bridge and at Oakenshaw.

He married Judith Mann [1704-1774].


Judith was born in Lightcliffe
 

Children:

  1. William [b 1737]
  2. Dorothy [1735-1736]
  3. Susannah [b 1737]
  4. John [17??-1759]
  5. Daniel
  6. Jonas [1742-1805]
  7. James [b 1744]
  8. Mary [b 1747 ]
  9. Joshua [b 1752]
  10. Rebekah

The family lived at Snake Hill, Rastrick.

Jonas died in a high flood at Oakenshaw in 1755.

Judith died 1st October 1774

Bateman, Joseph
[17??-18??] Carpet manufacturer at Berry Lane, Halifax [1822].

See Bateman & Shaw

Bateman, Joseph
[1807-1892] Born in Shelf.

He was a spice maker at Northgate, Halifax [1851, 1859] / a grocer and confectioner [1861] / a spice manufacturer [1871] / a confectioner [1881].

In July 1859, he accused William Town, a traveller with his firm, of embezzling goods. The case was dismissed.

In 1835, he married (1) Martha Nichol [1811-1860] from Northowram, at Elland Parish Church.

In 1860, he married (2) Harriet Wheelwright [1816-1888] from Mytholmroyd/Wadsworth/Erringden, in Halifax.

The family lived at

  • Charles Town Street, Northowram [1841]
  • 57 Northgate, Halifax [1871, 1881]
  • 1 Luke Street, Northowram [1891]

Bateman, Joshua
[1797-1871] Son of William Bateman.

He was a farmer [1841] / a cattle dealer and licensee of the Buck's Arms, Causeway Foot [1845] / an innkeeper, farmer & cattle dealer [1851] / a cattle dealer [1861] / a retired farmer [1871].

On 6th January 1825, he married (1) Harriet Collins at St Peter's Birstall.


Harriet was the daughter of Anthony Collins
 

Children:

  1. Daniel
  2. Mary [1826-1850] who married David Goldthorp Sugden
  3. Hannah [1829-1899] who married Edwin Hodgson
  4. Ann
  5. Emma [1833-1905] who married [1856] Joseph Thwaites [1835-1904] in Bradford
  6. Anthony Collins

Harriet died in 1837.

On 23rd January 1839, he married (2) Susan [Susey] Hartley [1807-1876].


Susan came from Laneshawbridge, Colne. She was a landlady near Halifax [1851]
 

Children:

  1. Robert Hartley [1839-1891] who never married
  2. James [1839-1841]
  3. Elizabeth [1842-1842]
  4. William

Sons Robert Hartley & William both spent the rest of their lives in Colne, setting up R & W Bateman wholesale and retail grocers in 1869 at 41 Church Street there.

The family lived at

  • Birkby Lane, Clifton [1841]
  • Causey Foot, Ovenden [1851]
  • Hodgson Building, Mason Square, Ovenden [1861]
  • Laneshaw Bridge, Colne, Lancashire [1871]

Living with them [in 1861] was their granddaughter Sarah A. Hodgson.

He died at Laneshawbridge on [23rd April 1871]

Bateman, Samuel
[1799-1860] Of Croft House, Wibsey.

Son of Daniel Bateman.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Lucy [1826-1852] who married David Goldthorp Sugden

Bateman, William
[1765-1842] Son of Daniel Bateman.

Born in Birstall.

In 1791, he married Hannah Jowett.

Children:

  1. Martha [b 1792]
  2. Jonas [1794-1847]
  3. Joshua
  4. William [b 1799]
  5. Smalley Jowett [1803-1885]

In 1841, he is living with son Jonas.

He died in Cleckheaton [aged 78]. Buried 15th November 1842

Bateman, William
[1814-1???] Illegitimate son of Elizabeth Webster of Brighouse & John Bateman, weaver of Kendal.

Baptised at St Matthew's Church, Lightcliffe [27th February 1814]

Bateman, William
[1843-1909] Son of Joshua Bateman.

Born in Ovenden.

He was a grocer in Colne. He and his brother Robert Hartley both spent their lives in Colne, setting up R & W Bateman wholesale and retail grocers in 1869 at 41 Church Street there.

In 1877, he married Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Oates, in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Ethel May who married Mr Duckworth
  2. Walter Norman who took over the grocery business
  3. Susan Dorothy who never married and lived her whole life in Halifax
  4. Henry Percival who died aged 2
  5. Robert Stanley

 

Bateman surname
There are over 20 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Bateman, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Bateman:


Marriages 1806, 1889
 



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