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John Oaten was born circa 1832 in Pitminster, Somerset, England (Pitminster+ Somerset+ England) to Frederick Oaten (1813-1888) and Dinah Bradbeer (1811-1888) and died 1877 in Bristol, England of unspecified causes. He married Mary Ann Luxton (c1834-1892) 5 November 1854 in Taunton, Somerset, England. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

John OATEN, the eldest of the thirteen was born in 1832 and baptised at Pitminster. On 5th November 1854, he married Mary Ann LUXTON, at Taunton St. James and produced six children during their marriage. All of the children reached adulthood, and several married and had families of their own. Sadly, the youngest child, Private Alfred OATEN, No. 33053, 1st Bn., Welsh Regiment, was killed at the Second Battle of Ypres on 25th May 1915. He was 44 years old. Alfred is commemorated at the Menin Gate, Belgium, beside the many others who bodies also lay “ In Flanders fields where poppies blow……….”




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Offspring of John Oaten and Mary Ann Luxton (c1834-1892)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Dinah Oaten (1857-1896)
Frederick Robert Oaten (c1859-?)
Albert John Oaten (1861-?)
Francis Luxton Oaten (c1863-1914)
Rosina Emma Oaten (1866-1889)
Alfred Oaten (1869-1915)

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  • 1. John Oaten (1832-1877)
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Records and History predominantly searched out and written by Gordon Oaten

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