That would be great if we could find the correct line or a line!
For identification purposes I quote 1901 Census entries
1901 Census-Residents of a house 6 in Bridgetown South (Kilmore, Wexford)
Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion
Batterton Hannah M 50 Female Head of Family Church of Ireland
Batterton John F 25 Male Son Church of Ireland
Batterton Arthur E 23 Male Son Church of Ireland
Grant James W 35 Male Son in Law Church of Ireland
Grant Sarah A 22 Female Daughter Church of Ireland
*Batterton Lizzie 20 Female Daughter Church of Ireland
*Batterton Susan 16 Female Daughter Church of Ireland
Batterton Richard 11 Male Son Church of Ireland
Hannah Batterton, widow of Richard Batterton “The Farm Bridgetown, Co Wexford” “Peace, Perfect Peace” -appeared in Enniscorthy Guardian May16th 1929.
**Gravestone inscription as follows at Mulrankin
In loving Memory of Elizabeth Batterton Bridgetown who died 19th June 1948
In Loving Memory also of her sister Susan Batterton who died 30th Dec 1956
And of their niece Emily Patricia (Pat) Crampton nee Batterton who died 3rd Dec 2011
PS Another Death Notice that follows may help someone make a connection that has been evasive! It appeared in the ENNISCORTHY GUARDIAN, August 19th 1911.
BATTERTON- 14/8/1911, at the residence of her brother-in-law,ALEXANDER MACINTOSH, Home Farm, Foss, SUSAN BATTERTON, eldest daughter of the late John Batterton, Farm, Bridgetown.