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1  Gosling, Kate Rose (I3351)
 
2  Huddlestone, Christopher (I4160)
 
3  Mathews, Mary Ann (I4752)
 
4  Norton, John Edward Joseph (I5028)
 
5  Scot, Sarah (I5738)
 
6  Tonks, Ellen (I6342)
 
7  Wase, Margaret (I7054)
 
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" ASHBY FOLVILLE, a small village and parish in East Goscote Hundred and Melton Mowbray Union and County Court District, situated on the bank of a rivulet, near the Burrough hills, 6 1/2 miles S.S.W. of Melton Mowbray, and 10 miles N.E. by E. of Leicester. Its parish, including Barsby township, has an area of 3013 acres, and had 447 inhabitants in 1871. Ashby Folville township has 1983 acres and 174 inhabitants. " [White's History, Gazetteer and Directory of the Counties of Leicester and Rutland. 3rd Edition 1877] 
Black, John (I539)
 
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" ASHBY FOLVILLE, a small village and parish in East Goscote Hundred and Melton Mowbray Union and County Court District, situated on the bank of a rivulet, near the Burrough hills, 6 1/2 miles S.S.W. of Melton Mowbray, and 10 miles N.E. by E. of Leicester. Its parish, including Barsby township, has an area of 3013 acres, and had 447 inhabitants in 1871. Ashby Folville township has 1983 acres and 174 inhabitants. " [White's History, Gazetteer and Directory of the Counties of Leicester and Rutland. 3rd Edition 1877]
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Ashby Folville (Population 122)
Situated six miles south-west of Melton Mowbray, Ashby Folville is famous for its large number of trees. Once the major tree was the ash, but now the horse chestnut predominates. The Parish Church of St. Mary was founded in 1220 by Maud Bassett and is a Grade I listed building. Launde Priory was the first patron. Maud Bassett's tomb is under an arch north of the chancel and dates from 1222. The church contains two squints: one allowing those in the " lepers chapel " to see the altar and the other in the Carington chapel enabling the Lord of the Manor to view the altar without being seen by the congregation.

There is a Tudor styled manor, which was reconstructed after a disastrous fire in the 18th century and also a Tithe Barn dating from 1540. Once thatched, it was roofed with Swithland slate in the 19th century. The village also has three semi-detached Almshouses built by the first Lord Carington in 1673. In 1981 new almshouses (Carington Cottages) were built with proceeds from the sale of the old ones, because the old almshouses were unsuitable for elderly people. The present Lord of the Manor belongs to the Smith Carington family, who are direct descendants of the original Folville family of 1100 A.D.

[Melton Web]http://members.aol.com/MeltonWeb/village.htm 
Family F258
 
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Will 1662 Ann Allen Spinster of South Croxton
Abstract :-
Testator : Ann Allen
Dated : 1 March 1662
Burial : To be buried in the Churchyard at South Croxton
Bequests :
Margaret Collins my Sister £4
George Allen of Somerby son of my brother George Allen £12
William Allen son of my brother George Allen £3
Ann Allen daughter of my brother William Allen 20s
My brother Valentine Allen 12s
His son George 2s 6d
His son Thomas 2s 6d
His daughter Alice 2s 6d
Executor : My brother George Allen to be executor and residual legatee
Witnesses Edward Dee x his mark and Edward Smith X his mark

Probate Granted to George Allen 17 May 1662

Inventory of Ann Allen who died on 25 April 1662

(PR/I/58/47 £25 7/8 equiv 1999 £2000)
Her apparel £0-10-0
1 Cover sheet and 2 pillows £0-13-4
1 pair of blankets and a mattress £0-10-0
1 Brass pot 1 little pan and a pewter jug £0-6-8
4 pairs of flaxen sheets and a table napkin £0-8-0
2 Pillows and one little cushion £0-2-0
1 little bed and a pair of ??? £0-3-6
???????????? £0-2-0
????? and ????? £0-2-0
Money in purse £23-0-0
Total £25 7/8
by Edward Smith and Robert Baron
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Allen, Anne (I52)
 
11

12th February 1746,
An order issued for the removal Thomas Bolstridge, his wife Mary and child Judith, about 16 weeks old, to the parish of Mancetter, place of the last and legal settlement having lately come and could be chargeable to the parish of Bedworth 
Bolstridge, Thomas (I1419)
 
12

141 Gullyvor, William Cropredy Day Labourer t 7/4/1578 p.39/2/2 Thomas Holloway,William Rose 
Gulliver, William (I3651)
 
13

1841 Census
George NICHOLS 35 Ag Lab y
Ann 35 y
Jane 7 y
Dina 6 y
Susanna 3 y
John 75 Ag Lab y

1851 Census
Folio 72 HO 107/1733 South Newington
13, , NICHOLES, George, HD, m 49, Ag lab, OXF South Newington
, , , Ann, WI, m 44, , OXF Hook Norton
, , , Dianna, DA, u 16, scholar, OXF South Newington
, , , Elizabeth, DA, 6, scholar, OXF South Newington

1861 Census Moor Lane, South Newington.
George NICHOLS widower 57 years, Ag lab born S/N
Dinah NICHOLS dau. 26 years born S/N
Susan NICHOLS dau. 24 years, born S/N
John NICHOLS grandson 4 years, born S/N
Thurza NICHOLS Granddaughter, 7 months born S/N 
Nicholls, George (I4996)
 
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1851 Census
Joseph TUNKS Head M 34 M Groom Mancetter-War
Sarah TUNKS Wife M 39 F --- Coventry-War
Henry TUNKS Son - 8 M Scholar Mancetter-War
Sarah Ann TUNKS Daur - 7 F Scholar Mancetter-War
Eliza TUNKS Daur - 5 F Scholar Mancetter-War
Alice TUNKS Daur - 3 F --- Mancetter-War
Mary Jane TUNKS Daur - 8m F --- Mancetter-War
Mancetter Atherstone, Warwickshire 
Tonks, Joseph (I6429)
 
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1851 Census 107/2066 Coal Pit Field, Foleshill
John JAQUES Head M 54 M Engineer Bedworth - War
Mary JAQUES Wife M 54 F Weaver Bedworth - War
John JAQUES Son U 22 M Miner Bedworth - War
Job WALKER G Son U 11 M Miner Bedworth - War 
Jaques, John (I4366)
 
16

1851 Census Ansley Common
William HARRIS Head M 49 M Ag Lab Ansley-WAR
Elizabeth HARRIS Wife M 46 F --- Baxterley-WAR 
Harris, William (I3760)
 
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1851 census Chapel End, Hartshill; WAR
HO 107/2064 folio 404
Thomas MULLIS Head M 62M Ag Lab Meriden-War
Charlotta MULLIS Wife M 54F Silk Winder Hampton-Arden-War
John MULLIS Son U 25M Ag Lab Hartshill-War
William MULLIS Son U 19M Weaver Ribbons Hartshill-War
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Mullis, Thomas (I4942)
 
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1851 Census Foleshill 107/2066 Folio 138 Roadway Foleshill
Benjamin HENSON Head M48 MTailor (Master) Bedworth - War
Catherine HENSON Wife M50 F --- Bedworth - War
William CLARK Appr U22 MTailor Bedworth - War 
Henson, Benjamin (I3822)
 
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1851 Census Hockley Hole, Nuneaton; WAR
HO/107/2065 folio 205
John EVERITT Head M26 M Ag Lab Nuneaton-WAR
Mary EVERITT Wife M23 F Ribbon Weaver Nuneaton-WAR
Elizabeth A. EVERITT Daur -2 F --- Nuneaton-WAR
Ephraim EVERITT Son -2 M --- Nuneaton-WAR

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1881 census Hockley Hole, Nuneaton; WAR
RG11/3060 folio 92
John EVERITT M 59 M Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Coal Miner
Mary EVERITT M 53 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Silk Weaver
Kezia EVERITT U 25 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Silk Weaver
Peter John EVERITT U 18 M Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal Miner 
Everitt, John (I3131)
 
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1851 census Indley's Hill Nuneaton HO/107/2065 folio 203
Richard WRIGHT Head M 52 M Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR
Mary WRIGHT Wife M 55 F Ribbon Weaver Astley-WAR
William WRIGHT Son U 23 M Farm Svt Stockingford-WAR
Ann WRIGHT Daur U 20 F Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR
Emma WRIGHT Daur U 16 F Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR 
Wright, Richard (I7382)
 
21

1851 Census Leicester St. Foleshill Bedworth 107/2066 Folio 12
Joseph PRIEST Head M 47 M Coal Miner Bedworth - War
Hannah PRIEST Wife M 48 F H. Loom Weaver Bedworth - War
Mary PRIEST Daur U 27 F Dressmaker Bedworth - War
Thomas PRIEST Son U 14 M Coal Miner Bedworth - War
Fredrick Bolstridge Son M 24 M Coal Miner Bedworth - War
Louesia Bolstridge Wife M 24 F H. Loom Weaver Nuneaton-War
Sarah BOLSTRIDGE --- - 2 F Scholar Bedworth - War
Thomas BOLSTRIDGE Son - 6 M --- Bedworth - War
Hannah BOLSTRIDGE Daur U 3 F Scholar Bedworth - War
Edward BANES Lodg U 15 M Coal Miner Bedworth - War 
Priest, Joseph (I5469)
 
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1851 Census Newtown Foleshill; 107/2066 folio 146
Charles JOHNSON Head M 43 M Ribbon Weaver Silk Bedworth - War
Elizabeth JOHNSON Wife M 44 F --- Bedworth - War
Josh. JOHNSON Son U 22 M Ribbon Weaver Bedworth - War
William JOHNSON Son U 20 M Ribbon Weaver Bedworth - War
Henry JOHNSON Son U 17 M Ribbon Weaver Bedworth - War
Adam JOHNSON Son U 15 M Ribbon Weaver Bedworth - War
Ann JOHNSON Daur U 12 F Nurse Bedworth - War
Clare JOHNSON Daur - 9 F Silk Winder Bedworth - War
Fredk. JOHNSON Son - 6 M Scholar Bedworth - War
Elize. JOHNSON Daur - 8 F --- Bedworth - War 
Johnson, Charles (I4408)
 
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1851 Census visiting Thomas Howe shoemaker of Market Street Foleshill 
Bolstridge, Sarah (I1368)
 
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1851 Census, Artherills Hill, Nuneaton: HO/107/2065 Folio: 199
Job BUCKLER Head U 31 M Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR
Edward WILSON BroL LodgM 24 M Ag Lab Ansley-WAR
Caroline WILSON Lodg Sis M 24 F Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR
Ralph WILSON Neph - 2 M --- Stockingford-WAR
Emma WILSON Niece - 10m F --- Stockingford-WAR 
Wilson, Edward (I7281)
 
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1851 Census, Chapel End, Hartshill : 2064 folio 405
Isaac DRAKELEY Head M 47 M Hand Loom Weaver Ribbons Nuneaton-War
Maria DRAKELEY Wife M 25 F Hand Loom Weaver Ribbons Nuneaton-War
Isaac DRAKELEY Son U 18 M Hand Loom Weaver Ribbons Nuneaton-War
Emily DRAKELEY Daur - 13 F Hand Loom Weaver Ribbons Hartshill-War
William DRAKELEY Son - 7 M Scholar Hartshill-War
David DRAKELEY Son - 5 M --- Hartshill-War
John DRAKELEY Son - 2 M --- Hartshill-War 
Drakley, Isaac (I2931)
 
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1851 Census, Coppice Lane Hartshill; HO/107/2064 Folio 415
Joseph GODDERIDGE Head 39 Blacksmith Master No Men Seckington-War
Ann GODDERIDGE Wife 37 Hand Loom Ribbon Weaver Hartshill-War
Mary GODDERIDGE Daur 12 Silk Winder Ansley-War
John GODDERIDGE Son 11 Stone Breaker Atherstone-War
Eliza GODDERIDGE Dau 9 Nurse Girl Sedgeley-STS
Joseph GODDERIDGE Son 6 Scholar Atherstone-War
Sarah GODDERIDGE Daur 4 --- Hartshill-War
Hannah GODDERIDGE Daur 2 Blacksmith Dau Hartshill-War
Emma GODDERIDGE Daur 10m --- Hartshill-War 
Godderidge, Joseph (I3336)
 
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1881 Census

259,261 & 263 Park Rd, Toxteth Park, Lancashire, England

Thomas TONKS M 40 M Mancetter, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Public House Manager
Elizabeth TONKS M 36 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Wife
John W. TONKS U 14 M L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Junior Clerk
William J. TONKS 13 M L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Office Boy (Mess)
Thos.C. TONKS 12 M L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Mary L. TONKS 10 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Elizabeth TONKS 8 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Florence TONKS 6 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Emily A. TONKS 4 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Daur
Charles S. TONKS 2 M L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Ellen KENYON U 27 F L pool, Lancashire, England
Rel: Serv
Occ: General Servt
PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3646 Folio 145 Page 60
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1891 Census Toxteth Park
5 Sefton Grove
Thomas C Tonks Head 50 Publican b. Warwickshire Mancetter
Elizabeth Tonks Wife 46 b. Liverpool
all remaining children single and born Liverpool Also
John W Son 24 Rent Collector
Mary L Dau 20
Elizabeth A Dau 18 Dressmaker
Florence M Dau 16
Emily A Dau 14
Charles S Son 12
Alfred E son 6
Lilian A Dau 4
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1901 Census Sefton Park
13, Eastfield Drive Toxteth Park
Thomas C Tonks Head 60 Publican Stocktaker and Valuer b. Mancetter
Elizabeth Tonks Wife b. Liverpool
All Children b. Liverpool
Florence M Dau Single
Emily A 24 Dau Single
Alfred E Son 16 Insurance Clerk
Lillian A Dau 14
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Tonks, Thomas Cooper (I6512)
 
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1881 Census
Wellington Road Handsworth, Stafford, England

Jessey TONKS M 46 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Labourer
Elizabeth TONKS M 43 F Knowle, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Jessy TONKS 15 M Birmingham, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
William ALLAN M 53 M Holwich, Hampshire, England
Rel: Visitor
Occ: Labourer
Annie ALLAN M 39 F Thursdy, Lincoln, England
Rel: Visitor
Thomas TAYLOR U 26 M Moreton In Marsh
Rel: Lodger
Occ: Labourer
James HOTCHES U 19 M Perry Barr
Rel: Lodger
Occ: Gun Barrel Filer 
Tonks, Jesse (I6399)
 
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1881 Census ,Lichfield St. Free Trade St, Fazeley, Stafford, England
RG11 Piece 2770 Folio 158 Page 14

Thomas DODD M 29 M Alderminster, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Coal Miner
Mary DODD M 26 F Measham, Leicester, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Cotton Weaver
George DODD 6 M Fazeley, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Agnes D. DODD 5 F Fazeley, Stafford, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Rose E. DODD 3 F Fazeley, Stafford, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Elizabeth DODD 1 F Fazeley, Stafford, England
Rel: Daur 
Dodd, Thomas (I2888)
 
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1881 Census 59 Lincoln St. Basford, Nottingham
PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3329 Folio 22
Alfred FEARN M 47 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Barber
Elizabeth FEARN M 43 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Wife
George FEARN U 23 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Hose Dyer
William FEARN U 20 M Carrington, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Bleacher
Ettey FEARN U 18 F Carrington, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Hose Maker
John FEARN U 14 M Carrington, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Hose Bleacher
Alfred FEARN 11 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Adelaide FEARN 9 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Wallace FEARN 7 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Joseph FEARN 5 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar 
Fearn, Alfred (I3163)
 
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1881 Census : RG11 - 3328 Folio 20

Joseph BURTON M 44 M Bulwell, Nottingham, England
Rel: Head
Occ: General Labourer
Mary BURTON M 42 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Wife
Eliza BURTON U 24 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Hose Mender In Warehouse
Ruth BURTON U 21 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Hose Mender In Warehouse
Hannah BURTON U 18 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Bleacher Mch
Sarah BURTON U 15 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Trimmer H M
Margaret Ann BURTON 10 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
George Wm. BURTON 7 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Clara BURTON 4 F Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Daur
Frederick BURTON 1 M Basford, Nottingham, England
Rel: Son
Edwin DUFFIN 7 M Nottingham, Nottingham, England
Rel: Nephew
Occ: Scholar 
Burton, Joseph (I2352)
 
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1881 Census A1 Patch, Nuneaton; WAR
William WYKES M 42 M Chilvers Coton, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Coal Lab
Harriott WYKES M 38 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Tailoress
Thomas G. WYKES 14 M Hartshill, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Stone Quary Lab
Alfred G. WYKES 13 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
William T. WYKES 13 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
William G. WYKES 10 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Arthur G. WYKES 8 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Joseph WYKES 3 M Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Son 
Tonks, Harriet (I6376)
 
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1881 Census Dwelling, Witherley, Leicester, England

Mary HOLLAND W 87 F Witherley, Leicester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Annuitant
Eliza HOLLAND U 49 F Witherley, Leicester, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Laborer Stone Picker &c
Charles HOLLAND U 18 M Witherley, Leicester, England
Rel: Grandson
Occ: Stone Cutter (Road) 
Holland, Charles Henry (I4030)
 
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1881 Census Galley Common, Nuneaton; WAR
Wrongly transcribed as Sankes
William SANKES M 44 M Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farm Labourer
Jane SANKES M 46 F Ansley, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Ribbon Weaver
Henry SANKES U 20 M Ansley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farm Labourer
John William SANKES U 18M Ansley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farm Labourer
Jane SANKES 14 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Farm Servant
Mary SANKES 12 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Fanny SANKES 8 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
NB Jane also appears on the Census at Ansley Mill as a Domestic Servant to Richard R Wilson 
Tonks, William (I6527)
 
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1881 Census Galley Common, Nuneaton; WAR RG11/3060 folio 90
William BARNES M 51 M Ansley, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Agricultural Labourer
Ann BARNES M 47 F Coton, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Silk Weaver
William BARNES U 28 M Bedworth, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal miner
Thomas BARNES U 21 M Bedworth, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal miner
Hannah BARNES U 17 F Hartshill, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Domestic Servant
Henry BARNES 16 M Hartshill, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal Miner
Ann BARNES 13 F Hartshill, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Charlotte BARNES 10 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Elizabeth BARNES 9 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar 
Barnes, William (I417)
 
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1881 Census Neales Row; Kingsbury; WAR RG11/2771 Folio 56
Elizth. FRANKLIN W 61 F Hints Forge, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Charwoman
Emma FRANKLIN U 25 F Hurley, Warwick, England
Rel: Daugh
Henry FRANKLIN M 24 M Hurley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal Miner
John FRANKLIN U 20 M Hurley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Coal Miner
Joseph FRANKLIN 5 M Hurley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar 
Franklin, Joseph (I3233)
 
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1881 Census Nuneaton RG11/3061 folio 93 Chapel Square
Thomas MULLIS M 58 M Chapel End, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Stone Miner
Elizabeth MULLIS M 48 F Hockley Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Tailoress
Harriett L. MULLIS U 19 F Hockley Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Hatter Former
Denis MULLIS U 16 M Hockley Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Errand Boy
Ann M. MULLIS 12 F Birmingham, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Mary J. MULLIS 9 F Birmingham, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Thomas MULLIS 6 M Birmingham, Warwick, England
Rel: Son 
Mullis, Thomas (I4941)
 
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1881 Census Park Rd. Kenilworth
Thomas BOYLE M 53 M Forfar, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Railway Porter
Emma BOYLE M 41 F Suckley, Worcester, England
Rel: Wife
Elizabeth E. BOYLE 13 F Berkswch, Stafford, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Emma BOYLE 7 F Kenilworth, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Susannah BOYLE 4 F Kenilworth, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Margaret BOYLE 9 W F Kenilworth, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur 
Boyle, Thomas (I2051)
 
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1881 Census Swan Lane Nuneaton
Folio 71 RG11 - 3060
Edward STAIN M 42 M Arley, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Brickyard Labourer
Mary Ann STAIN M 40 F Arley, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Annie STAIN 6 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Harriet STAIN 5 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Sarah Ann STAIN 2 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau 
Stain, Edward (I5975)
 
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1881 Census Watling Street Witherley
John DOWELL M 37 M Merevale, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farm Laborer
Harriett DOWELL M 34 F West Bromwich, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife
Mary DOWELL 13 F Atherstone, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Thomas DOWELL 9 M Brinklow, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Diana DOWELL 7 F Baxterley, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
John DOWELL 1 M Witherley, Leicester, England
Rel: Son
William MARTIN W 44 M Atherstone, Warwick, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Farm Laborer
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1891 Census The Crashaws Lane 4 roomed house. (Crawshaw on modern maps) Bentley
John Dowell 49 lbr; Harriet 44; William 18 Coal Miner; John A 11 and Albert E son
Dian his daughter was a Domestic Servant nearby at Bentley Hall
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Dowell, John (I2909)
 
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1881 Census,Hockley Hole, Nuneaton, Warwick, England
RG11/3060 Folio 92 Page 10
William MAY M 27 M Ansley, Warwick, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Coal Miner
Jane MAY M 29 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Silk Weaver
Laura MAY 1 F Stockingford, Warwick, England
Rel: Dau 
May, William (I4773)
 
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1891 Census Dordon RG12/2442 Folio 79
William Walton 31 b Dordon Miner
Clara wife age 27 b. Forrest of Deene Gloucestershire 
Walton, William (I7010)
 
43

1900 Census : New York, New York County, Roll 1120 Book 2, Page 198a
Caroline Wife John Bolstridge b. Aug 1859 age 42 0 children married 25 years Father born Massachusetts Mother New York 
UNKNOWN, Caroline (I6677)
 
44

1911 Census 100 Farringdon Street Walsall (5 Rooms)
Married 25 Years 7 Children 2 Deceased
Thomas Naylor 52 Cart Gear Maker b. Walsall
Ann Naylor wife b. Walsall
All Children b. Walsall
Kate Dua 4 Leather Stitcher Fancy
Amelia Dau 12 School
Winefred Dau 8 School

Arthur Bennett Nephew 19 Single Carters Help b.Walsall
John Bennett Nephew 14 Carters Help
Sammuel Bennett 12 School
 
Naylor, Thomas (I4970)
 
45

A Burial Entry at Holy Trinity Sutton Coldfield Reads :-
13 Aug 1666 Child of a stranger who died at William Tunkes at Canwall His name was Marke Allen
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Tonkes, William (I6279)
 
46

Aged 11 months in the 1881 census
Aged 10 in the 1891 census 
Browning, Louisa Rose (I2187)
 
47

Also Married this Day
Charles X Friswell otp & Hannah X Burrows of Astley
Thomas X Harper & Ann Butler
with the same witnesses 
Family F1357
 
48

Astley Castle had been formerly owned by Lady Jane Grey's father, the Duke of Suffolk, whose estates were forfeited to the Crown on his execution in 1554. In 1557, the manor was granted to Richard Chamberlain's grandfather, Edward, second son of Sir Edward Chamberlain of Shirburn Castle in Oxfordshire. Richard Chamberlain, Edward Bulstrode's father-in-law, was responsible for extensive reconstruction of Astley parish church in 1607.
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Chamberlain, Margaret (I2451)
 
49

botp Banns 
Family F1107
 
50

By Banns, With Parents Consent ie Sarah minor 
Family F1819
 

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