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|Offspring of John Baglin and Elizabeth Trotman (-)|
|George Baglin (1797-1856)||5 November 1797 Cam, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom||30 November 1856 Uley, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom|| Sarah Unknown|
|Samuel Baglin (1803-1856)|| |
|Hannah Baglin (1795-)|| |
|Betty Baglin (1801-)|
|Offspring of George Baglin and Sarah Unknown ¢|
|John Baglin (c1818-)|| |
|Sarah Baglin (c1823-1901)|| |
|Hannah Baglin (c1825-)|| |
|George Baglin (c1827-1900)|| |
|Elizabeth Baglin (c1829-)|| |
|Caroline Baglin (c1832-1850)|| |
|Samuel Baglin (c1835-)|| |
|Eliza Baglin (c1840-1929)||1840 Uley, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom||29 May 1929 Victoria, Australia|| William Rutter (1826-1901)|
In the 1851 census she was listed as a resident aged 11 in the Dursley workhouse along with a Thomas Baglin aged 9, possibly her brother? Dursley being the main town in the surrounding area is approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) west of Uley.
In about 1855 Eliza immigrates to Victoria, Australia on the ship Stebenheath, possibly through an assisted immigration programme.