WELCOME TO THE BAYLISS LINE. This blog has been created for my family. By "my family" I mean all those who are related to the Bayliss family either by blood, marriage or even relationship. There are, of course, other Bayliss families not related to us but this blog has at its heart a very specific family who had their origins in Gloucestershire. I am connected to that family because my mother was a Bayliss and it was her curiosity that started my research back in the early 1990's. So, what are you likely to see on this blog? Well, as it is a blog, I want it to be as entertaining as possible rather that a dry listing of facts (that is for Ancestry.com). I will, hopefully, be posting entries on our ancestors and relatives, on the places where they lived, and the historical times they lived through. I have an extensive collection of photographs of people and places which I will, of course, be sharing.

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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

THE FAMILY AT WAR 1914 - 1918 : EXTRA.

Nice surprise in my e-mails today. Cousin Sally's son George recently visited some of the British war cemeteries in France with his school. He very kindly photographed the wall where Lance Corporal Walter Huggins is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.  Walter was as you may remember, the first husband of  my Great Aunt Daisy, sister of my Grandmother Esther Abbotts. A big thankyou to George. Well done.
Hopefully we'll see more photographs from his trip.

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