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2 Batt Discussions
1,808 Batt Profiles
33 Batt Documents
(1631 - 1710)
(1584 - d.)
Notes A William Carpenter married at St. Thomas the Martyr, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 18 April 1605, Mary Bath (not Batt, as per various informal sources) (WiltPaR 5:22). Christopher Batt, a tanner of ...
Mary or Joan Batt
(1576 - 1623)
Mary Byley 1579 – 1633 (wife); or Joan Byley died 24 Dec 1623 in St. Martin’s, Salisbury, England. Christopher Batt 1601 – ; Thomas Batt 1603 – ; Mary A. Batt 1604 – 1638; Dorothy Batt 1607 –...
Phil Batt, 29th Governor of Idaho
Philip E. Batt was born in Wilder, Idaho. He graduated from Wilder High School and went on to study chemical engineering at the University of Idaho from 1944 to 1948, when he volunteered for service in...
(1571 - 1631)
Spouse & Children: Mary Byley 1579 – 1633 (wife) or Joan Byley Christopher Batt 1601 – ; Thomas Batt 1603 – ; Mary A. Batt 1604 – 1638; Dorothy Batt 1607 – ; Elizabeth Batt 1609 – ; Margerie ...
Batt Genealogy Projects
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
South African male Progenitors / Stamvaders
World War One - Casualties
World War I
15 more Batt genealogy projects
World War One: United Kingdom & Ireland HQ
World War One: Armed Forces - England
United States Governors
Americans in World War II
Jewish Families of Kraków (Poland) - קהילת יהודי קראקוב
Idaho State Legislature
University of Idaho
World War II
United States Army Air Forces
Great Migration: Passengers of the James of London, 1635
van Beuren ~ immigrant family surnames
First Settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts, 1635
CWGC: The Cambrai Memorial
About the Batt surname
It's not English; it's Swiss-German.
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