The BATTY baptisms you havelisted are my husband's ancestors.
I don't know whether you have the following information, but it might beuseful to add to the site:
Hannah Askew (1826-1856) the daughter of Edward Askew, married George Batty (1825-1865). I have not as yet found where they married -possibly Bolsterstone?!
Their children were baptised at Bolsterstone, as listed on the website.
One of the children, Anne Batty (1846-1930) married Joshua Palfreyman(1842-1917)at Ecclesfield Parish Church in 1866.
George BATTY (1825-1865) married Hannah ASKEW (1826-1856) 29.6.1845 atEcclesfield Parish Church.
George BATTY, joiner was son of Thomas BATTY and Amelia WOOD fromThurlestone who married in 1811
The gravestone of George and Hannah BATTY is situated close to the churchentrance at Bolsterstone, St. Mary's Church:
"Hannah wife of George Batty of Stocksbridge departed this life 13 June 1856aged 30 years.
Hannah ASKEW (1826-1856)was daughter of Edward ASKEW (1803-1856,blacksmith).
The gravestone of Edward and Elizabeth ASKEW is situated close to the main church door at Bolsterstone St. Mary's:
"Edward Askew died 27 April 1856 aged 53. Elizabeth Askew his wife died 9 January 1850 aged 51"
The wife Elizabeth referred to on the gravestone is probably the second wife of Edward ASKEW, formerly Elizabeth HELLIWELL.
The gravestone of Thomas Edward BATTY (son of George BATTY 1825-1865), born in Stocksbridge and victualler of the Bridge Hotel, Penistone in 1881, is situated in Bolsterstone St. Mary's churchyard:
"Thomas Edward BATTY died 15.5.1937 aged 83"
The gravestone of Richard ASKEW (1829-1901, blacksmith) a son of Edward ASKEW and Edward's first wife Elizabeth HINCHLIFFE is situated in Bolsterstone St. Mary's churchyard:
" Ann wife of Richard Askew of Greenmoor died 21.3.1899 aged 67. Richard
died 5.5.1901 aged 71.
Also Edward their son died 12.3.1911 aged 54.
Also Theresa daughter died 5.7.1926 aged 60.
Also John husband of Sarah G Askew died 20.12.1935 aged 78.
Also Sarah Grayson wife of John Askew died 23.3.1941 aged 84"
Elijah ASKEW (born 1837 Bradfield/Bolsterstone?) a son of Edward ASKEW's
second marriage to Elizabeth HELLIWELL,
was a publican at The Friendship Inn, Stocksbridge in 1881. A gravestone relating to Elijah ASKEW's children is situated in Bolsterstone St. Mary's Churchyard:
"James son of Elijah and Mary Askew of Stocksbridge died 5.11.1858 aged
Also Ann the infant daughter died 25.7.1861.
Also Benjamin son died 13.3.1866 aged 18 days.
Also Mary Askew died 1.4.1866 aged 27"