Research: Arabella Baxter (nee Bassett)

Today I am sharing my research on my 2x great grandmother, Arabella Baxter (nee Bassett). There doesn’t seem to be a lot of information about her, despite passing away in the 50s, and there doesn’t seem to be any photographs of her. It is a mystery to me, but you can read what I do know about her here.

Research: Jane Baxter (nee Scarth)

Today, I decided to share my research on my 3x great grandmother. She was called Jane Scarth and later became Jane Baxter, after marrying William Thomas Baxter. I do not have any photographs of her, but her life-changing move to England from the Orkney Islands was very interesting to research! Read her full story here!

Research: Alice Baxter (nee Capon)

Today I have decided to research my great grandmother Alice Baxter (nee Capon). She passed away 16 years before I was born, meaning that I never got the chance to meet her. Despite this, I have heard a lot about her from my family and I am lucky enough to have photographs of her too. Read her full story here.

Research: Mary Ann Capon (nee Marrow)

Today I have decided to share my research on my great great grandmother Mary Ann Capon (nee Marrow). From what I know of her, she must have been a very strong minded and willed woman. This was definitely proven by how long she lived on the earth. I enjoy the stories that I have collected about her, love looking at photographs and learning more about her. I really wish I could have known her, as I have so many questions that may be forever unanswered!

Research: Thelma Beacock (nee Baxter)

Today I decided to post about my paternal grandmother Thelma Beacock (nee Baxter). I never had the privilege of meeting my Nana, but I know that she was an amazing woman. I have heard so much about her from a lot of people, that I feel as if I do know her