About Henry Acaster Bateman
Henry and Charlotte migrated to the U.S. about 1849. Family stories say that they came through Canada.
They settled first in Minerva, Essex Co., NY, lived for a bit in Saratoga County and then moved to Glens Falls.
Said to be a bad boy
Departed on the Paris from England headed for Southampton. July 18, 1894
NATU: 9 MAR 1869 Declaration of Intent 5
Event: Legal Matters 12 MAR 1878 Charge: Intemperate. Committed by court for want of bail.
Discharged Mar. 15, 1878 on bail.
Event: Legal Matters 11 MAR 1878 Indictment: Libel (Date of Offense: 12/1/1877)
Event: Legal Matters 11 MAR 1878 Indictment: Malicious Trespass (Date of Offence: 10/1/1877)
- Event: Legal Matters 29 MAY 1878 Found guilty of malicious trespass-sentenced to 3 months in common jail
Emigration: 1850 via Canada
Christening: 26 JUL 1820 Kellington, Yorkshire, England (baptized at same time as brother Nicholas)
Census: 1870 Glens Falls, NY; Day laborer; listed as a US citizen
Census: 1841 Leeds, Yorkshire, England; a Henry and Edward Bateman living and working with John Gee, a silk merchant.
Census: 1850 Minerva, Essex Co., NY
Census: 1855 In Moreau, Saratoga Co., NY with wife Charlotte and daughters Julia, Alexvina, Elizabeth, Mary & Henrietta
Census: 1875 In Queensbury, Warren Co., NY; Gardener; with wife, 5 daughters & son-in-law
Residence: 1888 99 Ridge Road, Glens Falls, NY; Maurice Nason at same address
Residence: 30 MAY 1848 Pontefract, Yorkshire, England
Residence: 19 AUG 1849 Tanshelf, Yorkshire, England
Residence: 25 SEP 1850 Minerva, Essex Co., NY
Residence: 1880 52 Ridge Road, Glens Falls, NY
Residence: BET 1891 AND 1892 192 Ridge Road, Glens Falls, NY
Occupation: Gardener, Servant, Day Laborer
Occupation: 1850 Laborer
Occupation: 1855 Sawyer
Event: Migration ABT 1852 From Minerva, Essex Co. to Moreau, Saratoga Co., NY