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2551 Watling Street Road Witherley (Next to Bull Inn)
Arthur Henry DOWELL M 33 M Sheepy Magna, Leicester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Tree Feller & Drainer (Woodman)
Eliza DOWELL M 31 F Fillongley, Warwick, England
Rel: Wife
Thomas DOWELL 8 M Fillongley, Warwick, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Annie E. DOWELL 4 F Witherley, Leicester, England
Rel: Daur 
Dowell, Arthur Henry (I2904)
 
2552 We have various locations listed for williams birth in the subsequent census's
1841 in county ie Warwickshire
1851 New York America
1861 London Middlesex
1871 Westminster London
 
Baldwin, William Henry (I6986)
 
2553 Wednesbury 6b - 1518 (Heath) Gulliver, David (I8503)
 
2554 Wednesbury 6b - 188 ( mother Rose) Duffield, Alma P (I8528)
 
2555 Wednesbury Road Tipton
John Hopton 33 Stock Taker b. Kington Hereford
Ann Hopton Wife 34 b. Sedgeley
Elizabeth Dau 9 b. Wednesbury
Edward Son 7 b. Wednesbury
David Hopton 6. Wednesbury
John Hopton 5 b. Tipton

Mary Ann Hopton b. Birmingham]
Henry Denham 19 b. Walsall Lodger

Mary Hopton Granddaught 3 Months
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Hopton, John (I7664)
 
2556 Were Samuel Wilkins and Ann Bolstridge married?
Are all these children all Samuel's
Why the name change? 
Family F291
 
2557 What is notable about Sarah Shiplee is that no Baptisms have been found in the Bickenhill area for Shiplee's in this time frame. There are however three marriages close to that of Sarah and Thomas Bolstridge. Jemima Shiplee in 1750 and Mary Shiplee in 1760. A search on the IGI for Jemima and Mary reveals that the most likely area they came from originally was the Utoxeter area of Staffordshire. Shiplee, Sarah (I5764)
 
2558 Whately Kingsbury WAR
George Dodd Head 26 Coalminer Hewer b. Fazeley STS
Martha W " Wife 24 b. Dordon
Thos " Son 2 b. Dosthill
Harry " " 10m b. Whateley 
Dodd, George (I2878)
 
2559 When the Birmingham - Wolverhampton New Road was opened by the Prince of wales in 1937, Frank made the case that held the ceremonial Key. pp Joyce Heritage nee Gulliver Heritage, Frank (I3838)
 
2560 Why did they marry at Stoke?
Possible connection via Rushtons Ann Rushon was a Witness and in 1851 Johns first cousin Samson was working on the farm of Robert Rushton and Mary at Hockley Hole. There was also a Christopher Rushton at Snow Hill, (on the Coleshill Turnpike near Mancetter Hill Farm), Nuneaton, a farmer and Licenced Victualler, both had children born at Hartshill. The 1881 Census at Stoke reveals two Edward Rushtons trading as coopers one born Hartshill and the other with a wife born at Wolvey. The latter had a boarder Harry Harris age 22 born at Bulkington. 
Family F1227
 
2561 Why have I assumed that the Levi Balden and Sarah McGilchrist who baptised a son Levi at Glasgow in 1812 are the Levi and Sarah from Birmingham?

The baptism at Glasgow was in the name Balden the same as the first civil registration entry in Birmingham indicating the same pronunciation. Levi was said to be born in North America, there are many Balden surnames in the IGI there and relatively few in the British Isles for this period.

We know from register entries that Levi was at least part black and was a musician. The two witnesses of the baptism of Levi junior were :-
(1) Henry McGilchrist: Assumed to be Sarah's father, of black origins born in Jamaica and a Musician. See notes Henry McGilchrist.
(2) John MacDonald: John's discharge at Glasgow on 24th September 1810 reveal he was " born New York, America - of black complexion "

John MacDonald enlisted on 2nd May 1808 and served in the 2nd Battalion 71st Regiment of Light Infantry. 
Family F1512
 
2562 Why have I put Esther Beasley here.
The place Coleshill occurs in Family recollections and the fact that Esther's parents died when she was young.
When married John Bolestridge was quoted as her father on the certificate
There was a John Bolestridge who was lived at Coleshill and died in 1897
A Mary Ann Beasley also died in 1897 .
In the 1891 Census Hannah Bolstridge and one of her illigitimate children resided with a John Jaques
1891 Census Coleshill RG12 - 2440 41 High Street Coleshill
John Jaques Head Wid 60 Labourer b. Sutton Coldfied
Mary Beasley House Keeper Wid 60 b. Birmingham
**Esther Beasley Boarder Scholar 5 b. Coleshill**
Thomas Johns Boarder Widower Nailor b. Bristol
Hannah Bolstridge 35 Border Single Charwoman b. Birmingham
Emma Bolstridge age 7 Scholar Border b. Coleshill
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In the 1901 Census we have at Cole End Cottage Coleshill
John Jaques 71 Wid Farm Labourer born Erdington
Esther Beasley 16 Domestic Servant born Coleshill
Ellen Baker Visitor age 11 born Staffs Cheadle
Esther Wilson Visitor 7? (could be wks) born (Not noted)
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Although Esther stated her age as 20 when married at her death in 1965 church records say she was 78.

Birth Certificate Does not show father.

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The following may be significant.
1841 Census Fiche 351 Sch 2 Page 33B
Great Barr Staffs Long Wood Farm

Samuel Bunney 60 Farmer N
Mary Bunney 65 N
John Beesley 38 N
Ruth Beesley 8 N
William Bolstridge 19 M/S N
Ann Scoffom 20 F/S N
This William Bolstridge appears to be the William who married Elizabeth Griffin Father of John the reputed father of Esther Beasley

On the IGI the following entry
RUTH BEESLEY
Christening: 05 APR 1833 Coleshill, Warwick, England
Father: JOHN BEESLEY
Mother: HANNAH
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Beasley, Esther (I447)
 
2563 Wife of John Hill Family F2840
 
2564 Will Dated 1 Aug 1767
Mary Cheatle widow of Ratcliffe Culey, to my grand daughter Mary Cheatle 5/- to my daughter in law Sarah Eggington 1/- my daughter Sarah Cheatle my messuage here and my executrix. Witnessed by William Eborall, Henry Ward and William Hollier. Probate granted 27 April 1797 to Sarah wife of John Tonks previously Sarah Cheatle sole executrix. Value under £10.
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Orme, Mary (I5073)
 
2565 William Branalt Customs and Exise officer at 2 Grange Villas Islington
Mr Branalt was from Tamworth as was another Servant Mary Stretton age 31 
Boulstridge, Sarah (I1962)
 
2566 William GREEN or Albert Edward G WALES From GRO indices Wales, Albert Edward G (I6910)
 
2567 William Green or Albert Edward G Walesn pp FreeBMD Family F458
 
2568 William Pope 34 Shoe Riviter Bootman b. Burbage
All remaider b. Hinckley
Elizabeth Pope 33 Wife
Kathleen Pope M 14
Emma L Pope 11
William S Pope 9
Florence G Pope 4
Harry R Pope 3
Walter A Pope 1
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Pope, William (I5398)
 
2569 William Sucklin was Church Warden in 1768/69 and signed the Account Books Wm Sucklin. Good Hand
He also signed the accounts in other years not as churchwarden possible as a member of the Vestry

In 1775 in the allocation of pews in Maxstoke Church there is the following entry :
No 4 Lord Leigh for Suckling and Wooley farms 5 sittings Henry Tranter for his freehold 1 sitting.
This indicates that William Suckling was a tenant farmer of Lord Leigh.
Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey was the major landowner in Warwickshire by the mid ninetenth century. According to Dugdale in 1705, a marriage into the Holbech family, brought another significant addition to the estates, namely in Fillongley and Maxstoke. 
Suckling, William (I6138)
 
2570 William was born Thomas William Bolstridge in 1888. He took on the name Kendall when his mother married Richard Kendall. Kendall, William (I4466)
 
2571 William, served his apprenticeship as a weaver under his father, in Coventry, and was enrolled as a Freeman of the City (like his father and Uncle William) on 26th April 1796
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Bolstridge, William (I1494)
 
2572 With Dau in 1861 Census
1861 Census New Inn, Coventry and Leicester Road Foleshill
James B Evans Head Widower Victualler b. Birmingham
Elizabeth B Evans Dau Un 16 Dressmaker b.Coventry
Agnes ---- " ----- Dau 7 b. Foleshill
James ---- " ----- Son 8 ---- " -----
Edwin ---- " ----- " 5 ---- " -----
Mary Bolstridge Mother in Law 55 b. Kearsley
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Bolstridge, Mary (I1221)
 
2573 With Grandmother Jane Colbourne nee Stokes in 1871 census Barnes, Louisa (I404)
 
2574 With Mother Duffield, Edward (I2973)
 
2575 With Mother Duffield, Noah (I3019)
 
2576 With Mother Duffield, Thomas (I3030)
 
2577 With the threat of invasion over, the regiment marched from its barracks in Lewes, to Chichester where it spent a year, followed by 6 months at Ipswich. Baldwin, Levi (I307)
 
2578 With Two illegitimate Children Bert and Lily Guest, Clara (I3486)
 
2579 Witnesses to marriage (1) Thomas Bolstridge
(2) T. Myring 
Boulstridge, Sarah (I1961)
 
2580 Witnesses to marriage to Martha (1) Edward Smith
(2) Thomas Osborne 
Bolstridge, John (I1077)
 
2581 WO 121 - 86 26 Jan 1808
Abstract of Discharge to Pension of one Thomas Bostridge
Thomas Bostridge age 29 born Packington Warwick
Served as a Soldier in The Duke of Gloucesters Third Regiment of Foot Guards (Scots Guards)
Served 9 Years and discharged due to near blindness caused by " Opthalindia " caught when serving in the Mediterranean. 
Bolstridge, Thomas (I1444)
 
2582 WO 121 - 86 26 Jan 1808
Abstract of Discharge to Pension of one Thomas Bostridge
Thomas Bostridge age 29 born Packington Warwick
Served as a Soldier in The Duke of Gloucesters Third Regiment of Foot Guards (Scots Guards)
Served 9 Years and discharged due to near blindness caused by " Opthalindia " caught when serving in the Mediterranean. 
Bolstridge, Unallocated Packington (I1467)
 
2583 Wolverhampton Town Marriages 1834 - 1875
 
Source (S685)
 
2584 Worked at Wilson & Stafford hat manufacturer as a trimmer both in and as an out worker.
Suffered mental anguish after the death of her husband, spending most of her latter years at St Mathews Hospital Burntwood until its closure then moved to Cow Lees Nursing Home. 
Norton, Elizabeth Mercy (I5026)
 
2585 Worked at Woolwich Arsenal and General Post Office. Stephens, Harry (I8313)
 
2586 Worked in engineering (die works) Stephens, Reuben (I8320)
 
2587 Workhouse Baptism Bouldstridge, Edmund (I1631)
 
2588 World War I Casualty Details
Name: BOULDSTRIDGE, VICTOR EDWARD
Initials: V E
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Rifleman
Regiment: London Regt (Queen Victoria's Rifles)
Unit Text: 1st/9th Bn.
Age: 25
Date of Death: 14/04/1917
Service No: 392691
Additional information: Son of Benjamin Bouldstridge, of 4, Strode Rd., South Tottenham, London; husband of Dora Maria Cliff, (formerly Bouldstridge), of 43, Devonshire St., Islington, London.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Bay 10
Cemetery: ARRAS MEMORIAL

The Arras Memorial is in the Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery, which is in the Boulevard du General de Gaulle in the western part of the town of Arras. The cemetery is near the Citadel, approximately 2 kms due west of the railway station.
The French handed over Arras to Commonwealth forces in the spring of 1916 and the system of tunnels upon which the town is built were used and developed in preparation for the major offensive planned for April 1917. The Commonwealth section of the FAUBOURG D'AMIENS CEMETERY was begun in March 1916, behind the French military cemetery established earlier. It continued to be used by field ambulances and fighting units until November 1918. The cemetery was enlarged after the Armistice when graves were brought in from the battlefields and from two smaller cemeteries in the vicinity. The cemetery contains 2,651 Commonwealth burials of the First World War

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Bouldstridge, Victor Edward (I1691)
 
2589 WW1 Army Records Abstract
No 5837 John William Bolstridge
5 Rupert Street Walsall
Coal Wheeler
Previously with the territorial regiment
Elisted at Wallsal on 11 Dec 1915
Married to Mary Jane at St Peters Walsall on 4 4 15 one child Maud
Served with Expeditionary Force in France 29. 11.16 - 10.7.17
Transferred to 5th Lincolnshire Regiment on 14 Dec 1918
Rank Lance Corporal Serv No 202638
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Bolstridge, John William (I1097)
 
2590 WW1 Service Pension Records
Abstract
Short Service Record 30 Dec 1912 Enlisted
Arthur Joseph Wolfe
Age 18 born in the St Nicholas Cork
Occupation Clerk
Enlisted in Royal Munster Fus'
Transfered to Army Pay Corps Cork 1 Oct 1913
Promoted Corporal 1 10 1914
Appointed Lance Sgt 1 10 1916
Discharged being no longer fit for war service 18 6 1918 with the rank of Lance Serjeant
Next of Kin

Cause of Discharge
Chronic Eczema of the Head face and Neck
Father Jonathan
Mother Rebecca
Brothers Jonathan Robert Thomas James Frank Victor
Sister Julia??
All listed as:- Address Board of Trade Victoria Road Cork
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Wolfe, Arthur Joseph (I7321)
 
2591 UNKNOWN, Catherine (I6683)
 
2592 [bolstridge.FTW]

Grave in Portage, ME showing just the name Bolstridge beside parents' graves. 
Bolstridge, Baby (I713)
 
2593 [bolstridge.FTW]

Gravel cave-in 
Bolstridge, Roy L. (I1314)
 
2594 [bouchier.FTW]

1851 Census Barton, Stoodleigh; Devon

John BEEDELLHead M 63MFarmer 175 Acres 10 LabCruwys-Morchard-Dev
Mary BEEDELL Wife M 62FHouse WorkCadleigh-Dev
James BEEDELL Son U 28MFarm LabourWashfield-Dev
Thomas BEEDELL Son U 26MFarm LabourWashfield-Dev
Edward BEEDELL Son U 20MFarm LabourWashfield-Dev
James WOODLEYServU23MFarm ServStoodleigh-Dev
James WEBBERServU16MFarm ServantTiverton-Dev
George DAVEYServU11MFarm ServantTiverton-Dev
Emma BEREServU14FHouse ServantOakford-Dev
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Beedell, John (I456)
 
2595 [bouchier.FTW]

1871 Census RG10 - 2174 Page 8
Barton Farm House Stoodleigh Devon
Thomas Beedell Head 47 b. Wasfield Farmer 227 Acres 5 men 1 boy
Caroline " Wife 39 b. Templeton
Mary " Dau 13 b. Stoodleigh
Elizabeth " " 11 b. Stoodleigh
John T " Son 8 b. Stoodleigh
Ellen " Dau 7 b. Stoodleigh
Laura " " 5 b. Stoodleigh
Herbert " son 2 b. Stoodleigh
Emily " Sister Single 30 b. Templeton
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Beedell, Thomas (I458)
 
2596 [bouchier.FTW]

1901 Census RG13 - 2284 Page 24
28 Northfields Bridgwater
Alice Bouchier Head 72 Wid Living on Own Means b. South Molton
Mary Bouchier Dau 57 Single b. South Molton
Aclice C Bouchier Dau 43 Single b. Bridgewater
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Courtney, Alice (I6648)
 
2597 [bouchier.FTW]

NB there is this IGI entry
27 JUL 1742 Bishops Nympton, Devon, England
GEORGE BUTCHER
Father: WILLIAM BUTCHER
Mother: ELEANOR
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Looking at Bishops Nympton There are a number of Boucher entries in various spellings 
Bouchier, George (I1596)
 
2598 [children of Richard 1851.FTW]

[Bolstrid.ged]

Dordon; WAR METHODIST LAY PREACHER 
Boulstridge, John (I1862)
 
2599 [Phillips.FTW]

Aged 11 in the 1871 census 
Browning, Emily Rose (I2184)
 
2600 [Phillips.FTW]

Aged 15 in the 1871 census 
Browning, Mary (I2188)
 

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