Thomas Bateman 1821-1861 is in Antiquaries.
In 1835 [his father] William Bateman (age 48) died.
Vestiges of the Antiquities of Derbyshire. Vestiges of the Antiquities of Derbyshire, and the Sepuchral Usages of its Inhabitants, from the Most Remote Ages to the Reformation. By Thomas Bateman (age 26). Member of the British Archæological Association; Assisted by Stephen Glover, Author of the 'History of Derbyshire', etc.
What want these outlaws (conquerors should have),
But History's purchased page to call them great,
A wider space, an ornamental grave?
Their hopes were not less warm, their souls were full as brave.
LONDON. John Russell Smith. 4, Old Compton Street, Soho Square, MDCCCXLVIII.
Journal of the British Archaeological Association Volume 7 1851. Remarks on Barrows opened near Bakewell by Thomas Bateman (age 29)
Ten Years' Digging. Ten Years' Diggings In Celtic & Saxon Grave Hills, In The Counties Of Derby, Stafford, And York, From 1848 To 1868. With Notices Of Some Former Discoveries Hitherto Unpublished, And Remarks On The Crania And Pottery From The Mounds. Thomas Bateman (age 39), Local Secretary For Derbyshire Of The Society Of Antiquaries; Fellow Of The Ethnnological Society, Etc. London: George Allen 4; Sons, 44 4; 45, Rathbone Place, W. Published 1861.
To Lady Adeliza Elizabeth Gertrude Norman (age 50), Whose Liberal And Enlightened Assistance Has Encouraged Our Researches, This Volume Is Gratefully And Respectfully Inscribed By The Author.
On 28 Aug 1861 Thomas Bateman (age 39) died.
In 1866 [his former wife] Sarah Parker (age 42) died.
Paternal Family Tree: Batemans of Middleton