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  • Agnes Batt (c.1578 - 1612)
    Agnes Danyell: Birth: 1572 in, Wiltshire, , England. Death: 1612 in Devizes, Wiltshire, , England. Relatives: Peter Daniels (Father) and Anna Manwaring (Mother). A William Carpenter married at St. Thom...
  • Anne Webster (1630 - 1716)
    Ann Batt , daughter of Nicholas & Lucy Batt born circa 1630 in England, emigrated 5 Apr 1635 on the "James" of London from Southampton England, with her father, a linen weaver, arrived 3 Jun 1635 at Bo...
  • Bryan Mackenroth Batt
    Bryan Batt (born March 1, 1963) is an American actor best known for his role in the AMC series Mad Men as Salvatore Romano, an art director for the Sterling Cooper agency. Primarily a theater actor, he...
  • Elizabeth Brooke (1730 - aft.1768)
  • Ellizabeth Batt (c.1710 - 1780)

About the Batt surname

Batt Name Meaning English: like Bate, a derivative of the Middle English personal name Batte, a pet form of Bartholomew. English: possibly from a Middle English survival of an Old English personal name or byname Bata, of uncertain origin and meaning, but perhaps akin to batt ‘cudgel’ and so, as a byname, given to a thickset man or a belligerent one. English: topographic name, of uncertain meaning. That it is a topographic name seems clear from examples such as Walter atte Batte (Somerset 1327), but the meaning of the term is in doubt although it is found in medieval field names.

German: from a medieval personal name (Latin Beatus ‘Blessed’), bestowed in honour of the apostle who was reputed to have brought Christianity to Switzerland and southern Germany.

It's not English; it's Swiss-German.