Lizzie (Batman) Griffiths
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Lizzie (Batman) Griffiths

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Mrs Lizzie S. Griffiths formerly Batman aka Bateman
Born 1980s.
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Daughter of [private father (1950s - unknown)] and [private mother (1950s - unknown)]
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Lizzie was born in Ealing, London, England on 24th May 1982[1]

Lizzie lived with her mother; Iris and father; Chris in London until she was 3 years old. The family with infant child David moved to The Wirral in the North West of England in 1985 where they remained until today.

In 2000 Lizzie graduated from Grammar School and went on to study Human Geography at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in the North East of England.

After her graduation in 2003 she returned to the Wirral and joined a graduate training programme in retail management where she still works to this day.

She married her long term boyfriend in 2010 and they are still happily married.

Lizzie's fascination with history has always shown through her reading, choice of films, television etc. However her journey through her own ancestry and further interest in supporting the growth of wikitree and helping others all started with one small tattered photograph found in an old tin box in an attic in 2015. This photograph is of Walter Haworth


  1. "England and Wales Birth Registration Index, 1837-2008," database, FamilySearch ( : 1 October 2014), Elizabeth Sian Batman, 1982; from "England & Wales Births, 1837-2006," database, findmypast ( : 2012); citing Birth Registration, Ealing, London, England, citing General Register Office, Southport, England.

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Hi Lizzie

We are delighted to announce a new Profile Improvements Team namely the [England Tangled Families Team] which will be formed by merging the Arborists, Gedcoms and Unknown Teams,

As we know tangled families are created from old GEDCOM’s which cover many generations resulting in the need to merge profiles and having to disconnect others together with finding unknown spouses and family members.

The merging of the existing three teams into one exciting new team will hopefully reduce duplications and definitely will increase collaboration between you our experienced and dedicated members.

Team Leader for the England Tangled Families Team will be Fran Weidman who has agreed to manage the team bringing her excellent knowledge and experience from creating and managing the Unknowns Team together with Fran’s five year membership of the England Project.

Currently as a member of one or more of the named teams we are asking you to join our new amalgamated Tangled Families Team and letting us know by contacting Joan Williams or Malc Rowlands through Discord Messaging, England Project Google Group or Private WT Message if you want to join our new team.

Kind regards

Joan and Malc

posted by Malc Rowlands
Hi Lizzie,

I am interested in joining the Disasters Project and doing a project on the wreck of the Faithful Steward that claimed the lives of many of my family (Lees and Elliots. Someone has started a Space page on the wreck. I have written to them and have not gotten a response. I am not sure how to continue at this point. Do I just start the project? Do I start altering the Space page?

Thank you.

posted by Bob Land
Hi Lizzie,

We are conducting a check-in with the England Data Doctor Team, you have been a member for some time and we thank you for all the work you do, it is appreciated. Please let us know if you wish to remain with the team, so we can update our lists.

Look forward to hearing from you

Janet and Derrick

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild

Hi Lizzie,

We would love to have you join the Mighty Oaks for the Source-A-Thon. The event will start on Friday, September 30 at 8AM EDT (Noon UTC) and runs until Monday, October 3 at 8AM EDT (Noon UTC) [time zone calculator] You do not need to participate full time. If you are interested in joining us then please answer the G2G post here Source-A-Thon Registration remember to mention you would like to join the Mighty Oaks.

Look forward to working with you again

Joan, Carol, Maddy & Fran Co-Captains for the Mighty Oaks

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi Again Lizzie--

I sent you a check-in message about two weeks ago about the Great War Project July check in (subproject of Military and War Project). The message asked you about your continued involvement, I have not yet heard back from you. Do you still want to be in the Great War project? If I do not hear from you by the same time next week, I will assume that you've moved on to other things. You are most welcome to re-join the project at any answering the g2g posting Here.

Best wishes,

Mary~ Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi Lizzie,

It is time for a July 2022 check in for the Great War Project. I am sending this message on the behalf of the leader of the Military and War Project. Have you been active in the Great War project in the last six months?

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the Military and War Project that you respond to these check-ins. To make bookkeeping easier, just click Reply to this message on your own page, add your reply, then SAVE or post reply. I look forward to hearing from you..


Mary~ Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi Lizzie

We would love to have you join the Mighty Oaks for the Connect-A-Thon. The event will start on Friday, July 15th, at 8 AM (EDT) and will run until Monday, July 18th, at 8 AM (EDT) [time zone calculator] You do not need to participate full time.

If you are interested in joining us then please answer the G2G post here before Midnight this Wednesday Connect-A-Thon Registration] remember to mention you would like to join the Mighty Oaks. There are just a few days left to sign up for the event.

Look forward to working with you again

Joan, Carol, Maddy & Fran Co-Leaders for the Mighty Oaks

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild

Hi Lizzie

We would love to have you join the Mighty Oaks for the Connect-A-Thon. The event will start on Friday, April 22nd, at 8 AM (EDT) and run until Monday, April 25th, at 8 AM (EDT). You do not need to participate full time.

If you are interested in joining us then please answer the G2G post here Connect-A-Thon Registration remember to mention you would like to join the Mighty Oaks. There are just a few days left to sign up for the event.

Look forward to working with you again

Janet & Joan Co-Leaders for the Mighty Oaks

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Lizzie or anyone that can help,

I just joined as a member and put in a family tree to the best of my knowledge. I have to explore the site more to understand how it works BUT I have a question. I am trying to trace my great grandfather and great-grandmother that immigrated from Ireland to Buffalo, NY (around 1870-1886). I found their U.S. Census records of 1892, 1900, 1910, 1920 and know when and where they married in 1892, in Niagara Falls, NY. USA. I know their children, one of which is my grandmother that was born in Buffalo, NY in 1900. I also have a hard-to-read copy of my great grandfather's application for citizenship from Erie County Court, Buffalo, NY, that I believe was signed on August t14, 1873. My question is does anyone know of what documentation incoming immigrants, from the time frame of 1860-1880, might have to file while in the United States that would state the address or county of the country they came from, not just the Country? Or does anyone know how I can find my great-grandparent's parents' names in order to backtrack to Ireland? Thank you, Elthea Stiegman

posted by [Living Stiegman]
Hi Lizzie

Well, the Connect A Thon was fun, we hope you enjoyed yourself and have fully recovered. Thank you for joining us The combined score of 13,284 - is 113 more than the last CAT so well done. The total overall figure was 85,839 profiles connected.

Check your personal figures here - (gives you a target for next event)

We are a bit late with out thanks, but we appreciate all your help and we look forward to working with you again.

Joan and Maddy.

In the centre is a full-bloom red rose. In the lower right corner is the art bug (with palettes for wings, and paint brushes for antennae).  The words are "Something Beautiful, just for you."
Something Beautiful.
posted by Melanie Paul
edited by Melanie Paul
You are such a lovely person with such a kind heart. Thank you 😊❤️
Dear Lizzie, I know you don't technically need a check-in message, but I wanted to take the opportunity to send you an huge thank you for the enormous contribution you have made to WikiTree across the board in the last six months. You are a kind, talented and charismatic leader and it is an absolute honour and a privilege to be able to serve you and the team as PC for Membership in Wales. I am really excited at what the next six months will have in store, and I am confident that the Wales Project is in excellent hands with you at the helm. You rock. Love, Olivia :-)
posted by Susie MacLeod
I can add 'local knowledge' to the Rodney family plus I am researching the possible involvement in the Mendip Mining industry where I may be able to add some information
posted by Richard Loxton
Hi Lizzie

Wishing you a Happy and prosperous New Year. Thank you for all the work you have done to improve the English profiles on wikitree.

Just checking in with you to ask if you wish to remain a member of the England Data Doctor Team. Appreciate it if you could let me know

Janet and Derrick

England Data Doctor Team Leaders  

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Thank-you Lizzie!:) Hope this finds you happy and in good health. Let us know how you're doing too!:)

Genealogy has been a blessing to distract me from COVID-19 and encourage social distancing in these strange pandemic times. ... Mainly, I've been working on Northumberland & Newcastle (w/ some Yorkshire & co. Durham) families with some overlap and/or [dis-]entanglement from other counties (example: Category: England, Gray Name Study). This included helping out some of the families that have One Name Studies. ... Check out:

To help trace some of the unsourced profiles, I've organized a few pedigrees that are listed on these pages. I found that it speeds up tracking down profiles and tracing allied families.

BTW... I like the teams I'm on and I did consider maybe joining some other counties. Northumberland has a tendency to branch out into Yorkshire, Durham, and Lancashire ... and I think that's probably where I've been the most (along with Lincolnshire [due to the Ogle branch out there] and also Middlesex as we get into the 1700s & 1800s). I wouldn't mind being a part of those teams:)

As for communication ... The Scotland team's use of Discord really impressed me. For some reason I don't seem to make it over to Google Groups that much but Discord is a super-draw!:D ... I love Discord's UI ... It's a lot like another of my favorites -- SLACK -- but it's got the ability for voice, etc., so Discord is a good one to consider.

posted by [Living Ogle]
edited by Bree Ogle

Hi Lizzie

We would love to have you join us in the newly formed England Team (Sandringham Strollers & Windsor Warriors) = Mighty Oaks  for the Connect-A-Thon

If you are interested in joining the new English team then sign up here Connect-A-Thon

Here is our chat page which just opened - Mighty Oaks Chat We will also be on Discord for live chatting.

This link is for the help page for the event  Help page

Look forward to working with you again

 Joan & Janet

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Lizzie, I am having challenges regarding citing sources. An example is . I keep getting an error message stating that there is an issue with my source citations but I can't figure out how -- it appears to me that my source citation follows the examples listed on the right side of the page.

I appreciate any help you can give me to fix this before I continue making a lot of errors! Thank you so much.

Hi Marcie,

Apologies I missed your message, I will send you a private message which you should receive as an email :-)

Thanks for your lovely message, Lizzie. I'm happy with the teams I am in at present, although I recently joined Cornwall, Gloucestershire and Hampshire/IOW as well, so you might like to add them to column H lol. Thanks for everything you are all doing in England. It is a very special place to be and to work. Susie :-)
posted by Susie MacLeod
Am happy as is. (Been "living" in the GRO and probate search these last couple of weeks or so. Stretched out from where I was previously "comfortable" (place-wise) and am even remembering to look for and add categories!)
posted by Melanie Paul

The Global Cemeteries Project is currently undergoing our member check-in and wanted to verify that you are still active and interested in being a member of the project. Are you currently assigned to or working with one of our Cemetery Teams? If not, is there a particular Team or area you are interested in participating with? I would be delighted to help you get setup in one or more of our collaborative teams!

We use Google Groups for internal project collaboration, so if you are not yet setup for access feel free to submit a join request and we will get that approved as quick as possible. We also ask that members check their follwed tags to make sure you are following the correct project tag (CEMETERIES) so you don't miss any disucssions in G2G.

Last, but not least, we would like to thank you for all of your contributions to WikiTree and let you konw that any ideas or suggestions for improvement you may have for the Global Cemeteries Project would greatly appreciated!

I look forward to hearing form you soon!

Steve ~Global Cemeteries Project Leader

posted by Steven Harris
Hi Lizzie

I am just checking in with you as a member of the Cheshire & Merseyside Team. We are entering the last 8 days of the England regional go Green Challenge reducing the suggestions, unsourced and unconnected numbers. On the 13th the Northern Region were in the lead for the challenge with drop of 16,728!

As your regional cheer leader - I am encouraging everyone to go go go

Good luck Janet :)

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi Lizzie

Happy New Year 

We appreciate your being part of the England Data Doctor Team and all the work you have done during 2019.

With the New Year starting I am writing to ask if you wish to remain on the England DD Team for 2020. If you could let me know as I am updating the  England DD Page]

If you wish too, you can adopt a suggestion or two and a county to work on this year. 


England Data Doctor Team Leader 

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild

Hi Lizzie, 

Wondered as the Windsor Warriors are not participating if you would like to join the Sandringham Strollers for the Scan-A-Thon on the January 10, at 8 AM (ET) and runs until Monday, January 13, 2020

If you would like to join us please register Here 

Look forward to working with you during this fun event.

Janet & Gillian

posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Nice to meet you, wife of 1st cousin 2x removed of husband of aunt of husband of 4th great-niece of wife of 1st cousin 5x removed of wife of great-uncle!
posted by Scott Hutchins
Hi Lizzie,

I saw that you're the project coordinator for Project: Titanic.

My great uncle died on the Titanic - he was part of the restaurant crew. (Turvey-1139). Do you have a table for the restaurant crew on your project page?

posted by Andrew Turvey
Well, your profile has helped me solve a minor mystery. Family rumour is that the cricketer Don Bradman is a distant cousin, and yours & mine ... our connection is through the Bradmans. You closer to him than I am, but I am very pleased to have this one finally sorted.
Great interview Lizzie! May you break down all of those brick walls.


posted by Mindy Silva
I noticed in the Titantic Project that a lot of the 3rd class passengers have information and biographies, but no Volunteer is written down. Does this mean they still need more information?
posted by Danielle Matias

I've just added a family member John Henry Chapman and his wife to Wikitree, they both died on the Titanic, but I can't find them in the Titanic project. Any comments?

posted by Gary Burgess
Hi Lizzie,

I am 32 degrees from you. That is an amazing connection. Janine

Hi Lizzie,

I have taken the liberty to create a free-space page for French people aboard the Titanic. I used the information that was on the project page, but this allowed me to get a feel of what is there and what is missing. Please do reach out if you would like to discuss this further.


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