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1851 Census Galley Common Stockingford
James GREATREX Head 56 Hand Loom Ribbon Weaver Empl 12 Hands Stockingford-WAR
Hannah GREATREX Wife 67 Hand Loom Ribbon Weaver Stockingford-WAR
Maria GREATREX DauL 37 Hand Loom Ribbon Weaver Nuneaton-WAR
Harriet BALL SWiD 11 Silk Winder Stockingford-WAR 
Greatrex, James (I3380)
1851 Census Sheepy Parva
Thomas Parsons Head 26 Ag Lab b. Lei Upton
Elizabeth Parsons Wife 30 b. Sibson
Mary Parsons Dau 10 b. Bedworth *** NB
Emma Parsons Dau 5 b. Ratcliffe Culey
Thomas Parsons son 4month b. Ratcliffe Culey
NB * Mary Hacket****
1861 Census Ratcliffe Culey
Thomas Parsons Head 38 Labourer b. Upton
Elizabeth " Wife 44 b. Sibson
Thomas " Son 10 b. Sheepy Magna
Ellen " Dau 4 b. Ratcliffe
Harriet " Dau 1 b. Ratcliffe
1871 Census Ratcliffe Culey
Thomas Parsons Head 48 Ag Lab b. Upton
Elizabeth Parsons Wife 51 b. Sibson
Elizabeth Parsons Dau UnMarr 22 Factory Hand b. Sheepy Parva
Thomas Hackett Grandson 7 b. Ratcliffe Culey
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Church Lane, Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
1881 Census RG11 Piece 3057 Folio 86 Page 7

Thomas PARSONS M 57 M Upton, Leicester, England
Occ:Agrl Lab
Elizabeth PARSONS M 61 F Sibson, Leicester, England
Ellen HENTON M 23 F Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Joseph HENTON M 23 M Sibson, Leicester, England
Rel:Son In Law
Occ:Agrl Lab
Thomas HENTON 4 M Huntingdon, Stafford, England
1891 Census Lee House Ratcliffe Culey
Thomas Parsons Head Widower 63 Farm Labourer b. Upton Lei
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Parsons, Thomas (I5280)
5 Court 1 House Alma Street
John Malfield 30 Sportin Gun Action Filer b. Wolverhapton Staffs
Sophia Malfield 29
Alfred H. Malfield 7
Florance H. Malfield 4
Lyle Malfield 1

1891 Census 31 Bright Terrace Guildford Street
John Maxfield 40 Gun Action Filer b. Wolverhampton
Sophia Maxfield 39 b. Birmingham
Maud Maxfield 16Dress Maker b. Birmingham
Florence Maxfield 14
Remainder b. Aston
Lyal Maxfield 11
Edith Maxfield 8
John Maxfield 8/12
1901 Census
111 Alma Street Lozells Aston Birmingham
John Maxfield 50 Gun Action Filler Warks
Remainder b. Aston
Sophia Maxfield 49
Maud Maxfield 26 Gun Worker
Florence Harriet Maxfield 24 Gun Worker
Edith A Maxfield 18 Gun Worker
John Maxfield 10
Francis W Maxfield 2
Lyd Maxfield 21
Ada Fitton 20 Visitor
1911 Census Burton Upon Trent Workhouse
MAXFIELD, John Casual Married M 62 1849 General Labourer Warwicks Birmingham
MAXFIELD, Mary Casual Married M 47 Married 5 Yeas no Children Warwicks Birmingham
Maxfield, John (I7578)
1891 Census Bulkington Lane, Foleshill; WAR 4 room house
William C Priest hd 29 hat packer Chilvers Coton
Emily Priest Wf 28 Hat trimmer Chilvers Coton
Mary da 3 Bedworth
William G so 2m Bedworth
Mary Tonks silaw 15 Hat Trimmer Chilvers Coton 
Priest, William Arthur Finney (I5478)
1901 Census 102 Charlotte Road Kings Norton RG13/2805 Folio 72 page 29
NB Clara listed Married no sign of Samuel!!!!!

He is Possibly committed to some mental hospital see his 1911 census detail

Clara Bolstridge HD M 42 1859 Warw BirminghamWash Woman
Luke Bolstridg e19 1882 Warcs BirminghamNo Work
James Bolstridge 16 1885 Warcs BirminghamBrick Maker
Thomas Bolstridge 15 1886 Warcs BirminghamBrick Maker
Florence Bolstridge 10 1891 Warcs Birmingham
Maud Bolstridge 9 1892 Worcs Ten Acres
Arthur Bolstridge 7 1894 Worcs Stirchley
Mark Bolstridge 5 1896 Worcs Kings Norton
1911 Census 29, Warren Road, Stirchley

In the children section she was listed as married 27 years
12 children 2 dead (the 12 must include those from Samuel's previous marriage

BOLSTRIDGE, Clara Head Married F 51 1860 Birmingham
BOLSTRIDGE, Maud Daughter Single F 19 1892 Store Keeper In Chocolate Works Kings Norton Worcestershire
BOLSTRIDGE, Mark Son Single M 15 1896 Brass Foundry Works Kings Norton Worcester
BOLSTRIDGE, Arthur Son Single M 17 1894 Brass Foundry Works Kings Norton Worcester
Cherry, Clara (I2479)
1911 Census
10 Station Street Blyth Tynemouth
BOLSTRIDGE, John Robert Head Married M 27 1884 Miner Face Work Choppington
BOLSTRIDGE, Margaret E Wife Married 2 years 1 Child F 24 1887 Blyth
BOLSTRIDGE, Alice Daughter Single F 1 1910 Blyth


Discharge Papers Abstract

Private 21/999 John Robert Bolstridge pf 29th Nurthumberland Fusilers Discharged at Newcastle 15/1/1919
26 Middle Row Isabella Pit Blythe
Injury to left Ankle at Discharge awarded pension
2 children Alice 26 12 09 and Olive 3/8/16 Married 9/5/09
Bolstridge, John Robert (I1092)
1911 Census
65 Butlin St Nechells Birmingham
OSEMAN, Thomas Head Married M 63 1848 Bricklayer Aston Birmingham
BOLSTRIDGE, Arthur Son In Law Married M 30 1881 Musician London
BOLSTRIDGE, Lily Daughter Married 1 years F 30 1881 Aston Birmingham
OSEMAN, Leah Daughter Single F 32 1879 Domestic Servant Aston Birmingham
OSEMAN, Jessie Granddaughter F 6 1905 School Aston Birmingham

Bolstridge, Arthur William (I709)
1911 Census Messrs J Rotherham esq 31 Boundary Street Shoreditch
BOULDSTRIDGE, Archibald Cecil Assistant Single M 16 1895 Apprentice London Clerkenwell

Abstract of WW1 Service Records
Enlisted on 9 Sep 1914 for three years Service No 44355 RGA
Archibald Bouldstridge Born Clerkenwell
aged 19 a Drapers Assistant served a 3 year apprenticeship with J Rotherham of Shoreditch expiring in 1913
Promoted to Full Corporal 11/8/1915
Home Address 32 Pemberton Road Harringay
Was Gassed on 20/8/1918
Discharged 20 Feb 1919 (acting Serjeant)
Next of Kin Mrs E Bouldstridge 33 Pemberton Road Harringay
Bouldstridge, Archibald Cecil (I1614)
1911 Census Stickney Lincolnshire

YATES, Herman Head Married M 51 1860 Farmer Cottage Sibsey Lincolnshire
YATES, Lucy Wife Married 26 years F 49 1862 Stickford Lincolnshire
7 Children 6 Surviving
BOLSTRIDGE, Edith Daughter Married F 24 1887 Sibsey Lincolnshire
Married 2 Years
YATES, Albitt Son M 14 1897 Sibsey Lincolnshire
YATES, Maud Daughter F 12 1899 Sibsey Lincolnshire
YATES, Leslie Son M 7 1904 Stickney Lincolnshire
YATES, Bessie Daughter F 4 1907 Stickney Lincolnshire
Yates, Herman (I7541)

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Source (S278)
Address: 4, Villiers Street, Bury
County: Lancashire

HALL, Thomas Head Married M 42 1859 Hatter Finisher
Atherstone, Warwickshire
HALL, Tamer Wife Married F 43 1858 Hatter Trimmer
Baddesley Ensor, Warwickshire
HALL, Tamer Daughter Single F 17 1884 Cotton Weaver
Atherstone, Warwickshire
HALL, Eliza Daughter Single F 14 1887 Cotton Weaver
Atherstone, Warwickshire
HALL, George Son Single M 12 1889 Scholar
Atherstone, Warwickshire
HALL, William Son Single M 4 1897 Scholar
Bury, Lancashire
HALL, Harry Son Single M 2 1899
Bury, Lancashire 
Hall, Thomas (I7810)
Baptised July 17 1846 n Sibson Note in margin said Privately Baptised in Bedworth
Surname Given as Parsons born Hackett 
Hackett, Mary (I3663)
In the 1881 Census Sarah was a Charwoman living on her own at Wharf Road Market Bosworth 
Parsons, Sarah (I5275)
Ireland, Civil Registation Indexes 1845-1958
Edward Norton residence 1869 Dublin South, marriage 1869 Dublin South
Mary Anne Mathews residence 1869 Dublin South, marriage 1869 Dublin South
Registation district Dublin South, marriages 1869 vol 12 page 614, dig folder 4179384

Area- Dublin (RC) Parish/Church - St Mary
Marriage of Edward Norton of N/R and Mary A Mathews of N/R on 14th July 1869
Husband Wife
Name Edward Norton Mary A Mathews
Adress N/R N/R
Occupation N/R N/R
Father N/R N/R
Mother N/R N/R
Husband Denomination RC Wife Denomination RC
Witness 1 Robert Harnessy
Witness 2 Catherine King
Book Number Page Entry Record_Identifier
N/R N/R N/R DU-RC-MA-62783
The Church register page containing this record has not yet been imaged

1871 census at 106 Glass House, Grendon (next to Grendon Lodge) gives
Edward Norton head age 28 gardener born Dublin
Mary Ann Norton wife age 28 born Atherstone

1881 census gives family home as Glasshouse Gardens Grendon, next to Grendon Lodge , but Edward is not there.

1881 Census NB Edward Joseph not There Wife stated as married
Mary A. NORTON M 39 F Atherstone, Warwick, England
Rel Head
Occ : Laundress
Frances M. NORTON 9 F Atherstone, Warwick, England
Rel: Daur
Agnes M. NORTON 7 F Taunton, Somerset, England
Rel: Daur
Margaret M. NORTON 5 F Thirsk, York, England
Rel :Daur
Occ: Scholar
John J.E. NORTON 2 M Atherstone, Warwick, England
Rel: Son

From cert copy of death certificate;
died 16th March 1911 Lunatic Assylum Hatton, Edward Joseph Norton, age 68 years, gardener of Union Workhouse Atherstone, acute oedema of lungs about 48 hours pon? (dementia) certified by Alfd Miller M.B. informant Alfd Miller Superintendant Lunatic Assylum Hatton, registered 22nd March 1911,P.Coy registrar.

I have been able to find Edward in the 1871 census living at Glass Gardens, his family are there in the 1881 census but he is missing. From Hatton Asylum record c1891 he is probably in Middx Asylum (Banstead) appearing as E.N. He then appears in Hatton Asylum in the 1891 census as J. E. N. His wife having died in 1890 and four nof his children having died in the mid 1880s, he took to the drink. From the 1891 record he had also been in the Canterbury Asylum (probably St Augustines) with his first attack aged 32. He is not recorded as being in Hatton in the 1901 census.
Asylum records give his address as " the Vineries", Grendon.

NOTE. Glasshouse Grardens is the piece of land between Grendon Lodge and the railway line. The maps of c1880 show a couple of houses and large greenhouses there, the site at present is occupied by one bungalow. From"The History of Atherstone" this piece of land was owned by the Govonors of Atherstone Grammer School and had been considered for industrial use from 1890 to 1933 but never built on. ( Was this land left as an Atherstone Charity in the past? ) 
Norton, Edward Joseph (I5025)
Lyng Lane, West Bromwich.., Warwickshire
Christchurch Parish

PAMPLIN, John Head Married M 46 1815 Brush Maker
PAMPLIN, Rebecca Wife Married F 34 1827 Dressmaker Warwick, Warwickshire
PAMPLIN, Blanche Daughter F 8 1853 Birmingham, Warwickshire
PAMPLIN, Henry Son M 4 1857 Birmingham, Warwickshire
Pamplin, John (I7776)
Paradise Street, West Bromwich
Christchurch Parish

RICHARDS, Richard Head Married M 67 1784 Tailor Warwick
RICHARDS, Elizabeth Wife Married F 66 1785 Tailor's Wife Broad Maston, Gloucestershire
PAMPLIN, John Son-In-Law Married M 36 1815 Brush Maker Halford Bridge, Warwickshire
PAMPLIN, Rebecca Daughter Married F 25 1826 Waistcoat Maker Warwick, Warwickshire
Richards, Richard (I7779)
Source Medium: Email

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Source (S221)
Street address: 46 Castle Street, Coseley Nr Bilston
Married 16 years 6 Children 2 died

Household Members:
Name Age
John Sharp 38 Cowman Dairy Farm b. Tipton
Emily Sharp 36 b. Tipton
William Sharp 14 Moulders Assistant b. Tipton
Harry Sharp 8 b. Tipton
Gilbert Sharp 6 b. Coseley
Leonard Sharp 4 b. Coseley
Sharp, John (I8481)
This John may well be same as the one born 1751 baptising children at Maxstoke in 18011/12/1999 This assumption that the John Bolstridge and Mary who were baptising children at Maxstoke en-bloc in 1801 is the John born at Astley in 1770 is extremely suspect. This was part of Norman Dudley's research but he has failed to examine the Bolstridge activity in the Meriden Corley Maxstoke areas as a possible source. These are entered under various spellings ie Boastridge Bastridge Bowlstridge Boatsridge. The Meriden/Maxstoke borders are ill defined further examination of the registers is required at Corely and Maxstoke. I suspect that this link is the so far unlinked marriage of Samuel Bolstridge and Elizabeth Bratch.
See James Bolstridge Ref 2116 for further details

Today 17/01/01 Confirmed incorrect link, Irah was 17 when baptised, Maxstoke Registers. This link now detached!
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NB at Great Packington a Thomas Bolstridge was buried on Nov 26 1781
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Further examination of the Maxstoke registers reveals John Boastridge witnessing 2 marriages in 1770. This is the same John who married at Packington as the hand is the same.
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Witnesses of marriage (1) William Leeson
(2) Thomas Stain
Minister John Jaques Curate

From Martyn Parson's notes; Examination of the Maxstoke registers reveals John Boastridge witnessing 2 marriages in 1770. This is the same John who married at Gt Packington as the hand is the same. 
Bolstridge, John (I1076)
Thomas Hands died in Dec 1821 before Richard finished his apprenticeship and under the terms of his indentures he was removed to Ratcliffe

Blacksmith Note :-
in 1851 George Hands a Blacksmith age 75 was lodging with William West( b. Ratcliffe) and His wife Jane (Hands) at Abbey Street Nuneaton.

Also in 1881 there was a Thomas Hands Blacksmith born Hartshill in 1842 operating as a Blacksmith at Sheepy Parva 
Tonks, Richard (I6485)
Tixall, Stafford, England
Edward HODGKISSON M 37 M Carlton, Leicester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Ag Lab
Mary HODGKISSON M 37 F Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Wife
Charles F. HODGKISSON 11 M Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Sarah J. HODGKISSON 10 F Broncote, Stafford, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar
Abraham D. HODGKISSON 5 M Gt Haywood, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Mary H. HODGKISSON 3 F Gt Haywood, Stafford, England
Rel: Dau
Occ: Scholar 
Tonks, Mary (I6455)
Where was George Tonks in the 4 years before the birth of his son and his marriage. It has been suggested he may have been in India as when his daughters died in the house at Ratcliffe, Jasmin Cottage, there were found coins and stamps from India dated the 1860's.

He was the parish constable in 1885 - 1895 at Ratcliffe and his account book has been deposited at the Leicester Records office.
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1871 Census Ratcliffe Culey RG10 - 3166 Folio 22
George Tonks Head 33 Ag Lab b. Ratcliffe Culey
Jane Tonks Wife 29 b. Upton
George Tonks Son 6 b. Upton
Clara Tonks dau 2 b. Ratcliffe Culey
Alice Tonks Dau 5 months b. Ratcliffe Culey
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1881 Census
George TONKS M 41 M Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Agrl Lab
Jane TONKS M 38 F Upton, Leicester, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Dress Maker
Clara TONKS 12 F Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Alice E. TONKS 10 F Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Lucy J. TONKS 3 F Ratcliffe Culey, Leicester, England
Rel: Daur
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1891 Census Ratcliffe Culey next door to School Cottage
3 roomed cottage
George Tonks Head 54 General Labourer b. Ratcliffe
Jane Tonks Wife 51 Dress Maker b. Upton
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1901 Census to the right of Red House Farm
George Tonks 64 Farm Labourer b. Ratcliffe
Jane " 61 Dress Maker b. Upton
1911 Census
Ratcliffe Culey Village
George Tonks Head 73 Widower 3 Children Living 2 dead Retired Labourer "b. Market Bosworth Leic" ??
Clara Tonks 40 single dau "b. Market Bosworth Leic" ??
Tonks, George (I6361)
173  Gosling, Kate Rose (I3351)
174  Huddlestone, Christopher (I4160)
175  Mathews, Mary Ann (I4752)
176  Norton, John Edward Joseph (I5028)
177  Scot, Sarah (I5738)
178  Tonks, Ellen (I6342)
179  Wase, Margaret (I7054)
180 (Birmingham Mid Tramway Car Worker) Bolstridge, James (I1018)
181 (North America from Baptism) Baldwin, Levi (I307)
182 (noted born London in Cork Census 1901 and 1911) Wolfe, Jonathan Richard (I7334)
183 (Otmoor) Treadwell, John (I6558)
184 ***********************************
Proviso :- No proof yet that the John registered in Newcastle in 1847 is the same John in Missouri in the 1880 Census
Awaiting Marriage and Birth certificate also access to the 1851 Census for Houghton Le Spring.

Jan 2005---------Details from the 1871 census provide proof

1871 Census 35 & 37 Brunswick Street (Poultry Shop) Gateshead
Alexander McLeish Head 36 Landscape Gardener b. Scotland
Christiana McLeish Wife 45 b. Whittingham; NBL
John Bolstridge Step Son 24 Joiner b. Newcastle
Jane Bolstridge S/Son's Wife b. Scotland
Robert Bolstridge StepSon 13 b. Gateshead
Henrietta J Bolstridge S/Son's Dau b. Darlington; DUR
Janet Bolstridge ----------- " -------------------
1880 US Census St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
District 177 (St Louis 15th Ward
Bounded E. by Mercer Ave., S. by Chouteau Ave., W. by Jefferson Ave.,
First Enumeration
Occ:Millright Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Occ:Kp. House Fa: SCOT Mo: SCOT
At School Fa: ENG Mo: SCOT
At School Fa: ENG Mo: SCOT
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Second Enumeration :
Occ:Millwright Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Occ:Keeping House Fa: SCO Mo: SCO
Henrietta BOLSTIRED Dau F S W 12 Eng
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1900 Census 1130 Madison Street St Louis Missorie
John Bolstridge Head Oct 1847 52 Eng Eng Eng Machinist
Jane Bolstridge Wife June 1850 Scot Scot Scot
Henrietta Bolstridge Dau Jul 1873 Eng Eng Scot
Elizabeth Bolstridge Dau Feb 1878 MO Eng SCOT
William Bolstyridge Son Nov 1880 MO Eng Scot
Buddlerman Raymond Grandson Nov 1896 MO ENG SCOT
1910 Us Census 3 Wd St Louis District 36 Missouri
1130 Madison Street,
John Bolstridge Head 64 Eng Eng Eng Machinist
Jane Bolstridge Wife 62 Scot Scot Scot
John and Jane married 42 years 8 Children 3 surviving
William Bolstridge Son 29 single MO ENG SCOT Salon Bar Tender
Raymond Berlaman Grandson 13 MO Germany MO
Etta Bolstridge Dau 41 Single Eng Eng Eng Inspector Clock Company
Bolstridge, John (I1083)
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1841 Census Wisemoor - Walsall Archives All born in County
John Hill 35 Key Maker
Ann " 35
John " 15
Caroline " 13
William " 11
Louisa " 9
Jonah " 7
Emma " 5
Elisha " 3
Joseph " 1
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Next door were the following family All except Sophia NOT born in county
John Baldwin 76 Ag Lab
Ann " 39
Sarah " 5
Sophia " 10months
Elisha Jarvis 14
1851 Census Wolverhampton Lane Walsall Folio 189

HILL John HD 45 Gardener Wolverhampton
HILL Elizabeth WI 58 Walsall
HILL Eliza DA 9 Walsall
1861 Census RG9 - 2014 Folio 143
Shaws Leasowe
John Hill Head 60 Gardener (Master) b. Wolverhampton
Elizabeth Hill Wife 64 b. Walsall
Hill, John (I3964)
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1861 Census RG9 - 3592 Folio 136
Transcribed verbatum See Note
Brightside Bierlow Sheffield
Verdon Street (right Side going up)
James Duffield Head 25 Puddler (iron) b. Staffordshire
Selina Duffield Wife 30 b. Staffordshire
Elizabeth Duffield Dau 1 b. Sheffield
Edward Duffield Son 10 b. Staffordshire
William Price Brother In Law 24 Puddler Iron b. Staffordshire
Charlotte Price Daughter in Law 20 b. Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Dau in Law 8 Weeks b. Sheffield
NB there are a lot of errors here
Edward is his brother not son
Charlotte is his Brother in law's wife not daughter in law
Ann Elizabeth is William and Charlottes dau
1871 Census RG10 - 4694 Folio 44
Brightside Bierlow Sheffield
129 Normanton St.
James Duffield Head Mar 36 Puddler b. Staffordshire Leek
Selina Duffield Wife 40 b. Staffordshire Leek
Elizabeth Duffield Dau 12 Scholar b. Sheffield
Annie " " 6 -------- " --------------
Quite why the enumerator wrote Leek is a mystery all other census data is consistant
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Station Road Dore, Derby RG11 - 4628 Folio 84
James DUFFIELD M 45 M Tipton, Stafford, England
Occ:Manager Of Steel Works
Selina DUFFIELD M 50 F Wordesley, Stafford, England
Occ:Managers Wife
Elizabeth DUFFIELD U 21 F Sheffield, York, England
Occ:Managers Daughter
Annie Maria DUFFIELD 15 F Sheffield, York, England
Occ:Managers Daughter
Sarah PARKES U 19 F Sheffield, York, England
Occ:Cook Domestic Serv
Ann NORAH U 18 F Dronfield, Derby, England
Occ:House Maid Domestic Serv
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1891 Census RG12 - 4304 Workington, Cumberland
Ashfield, High Street, Workington
James Duffield Hd 56 b. Tipton Iron Works Manager
Selina " Wf 57 b. Worcester; WOR
Dorothy E Moorwood -- 5 b. Sheffield
Ada Price 23 b. Dronfield DBY cook
Margaret Taylor 22 b. " House Maid
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1901 Census Cockermouth Bridekirk
Tallantire Hall
James Duffield Head 67 Ironmaster b. Tipton
Selina Wife 69 b. Wordsley; WOR
Ann Waite sgl 30 Housemaid b. Workington
Frances Hardy sgl 33 Cook b. Workington
Margaret Taylor snl 32 Housemaid b. Dronfield
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In 1904 James and his younger brother Noah in the company of Richard Sharp entered New York as tourists bound for Bridgeport CT
James Age 70 From Cockermouth, Noah age 46 a Merchant from Workington Richard an Engineer also from Workington.
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Duffield, James (I2991)
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1891 Census 4 House 7 Court Wood Street
Emma Sheldon Head Wid 79 living on own mweans
David Duffill Son in law 33 gen labourer
Honor Duffill Daughter 33
John Duffill G Son 11
David Duffill G son 7
Mary J Duffill G Dau 4
Clews, Emma (I7706)
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This is appropriation of the Manor of South Croxton
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Fine : Easter 2/3 Philip and Mary, 1556
Anthony Alyn plaintiff and Francis Myssendyne gent and Alice his wife, deforciants of the Manor of South Croxton and 3 Messuages, 2 Cottages, 5 Gardens, 6 Tofts, 1 dovehouse 200 acres of land 100 of meadow 100 of pasture 20 of wood 40s rent and view of the frankpledge in South Croxton, Barsby and Newbold (Folville).

Fine : Easter 2 Elisabeth, 1560
Anthony Alyn plaintiff and Thomas Asheby and Anne his wife, deforciants of 2 Messuages 4 curtilages 100 acres of land 40 of meadow 6 of pasture 2 of wood and common pasture for 6 beasts and 60 sheep in South Croxton.

Scraptoft (Manuscript notes 5D33/192A)
All saints

Muster Rolls Henry VIII (1509 - 1546)
Antony Alline and Thomas Bishop Archers

Lay Subsidy 14 Elizabeth (1572)
Antony Alline in Lands £5 13s4d Tax
No Allen in subsidy etc after 1572

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Will of Anthony Allen
Ref :-1572 Folio 35 Anthony Allyn of Scraptoft
Abstract :
Testator: Anthony Allen of Scraptoft
Date: 16 March Elizabeth 13 (1569/70)
Burial : To be buried in the Church at Scraptoft
Bequests :-
To the poor 6s 8d
To Thomas Allyn my son the Manor of South Croxton and lands in Barsby and Newbold which I purchased from Francis
To George Allyn my son lands in South Croxton Barsby and Newbold purchased from Thomas Ashby Esquire
To my four daughters Eliz. Allyn, Margaret Allyn, Francis Allyn, Ann Allyn £20 each at the age of 21 or at their marriage.
Executors Thomas Allen my eldest son to be executor with Johan my wife executrix.
Supervisors: George Pochin and William Hartoppe 6/8 each for their pains
Proved 7 Dec 1572 Leicester Executrix Joan Allen 
Allen, Anthony (I53)
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Marefield (Hamlet in the parish of Tilton 4 miles S. E. of South Croxton)
(Farnam?s - unpublished notes}

In an undated muster roll of Henry V111 ie 1509 - 1546 :-
Archers :- Thomas Alayne; William Alayne; John Blackboin
( Archers would have been the better off, Byllsmen your ordinary peasant)

Either Thomas or William would have been the father of Anthony)

Lay Subsidy 37 Henry VIII (1545)
Thomas Aleyn goods £26 tax 34s 8d
Valentyn Aleyn goods £10 tax 10s

Lay Subsidy (1578)
William Aleyn land 40s tax 5s 4d
Valentyn Aleyn goods £10 tax 8s 4d
(Thomas William and Valentine have been placed as siblings of Anthony for convenience)
They would no doubt have been related as major Landowners in Marefield
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Allen, ?? (I33)
190 ********************************************************************** *
In the 1874 White's Directory Sarah Cleaver listed as the Licensee of the (New) White Lion Pub High Street

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1881 Census Bedworth
Coventry St, Bedworth, Warwick, England
RG11 Piece 3064 Folio 86 Page 18

Sarah CLEAVERM49 FWolvey, Warwick, England
Occ:Licensed Victualler
Arthur Wm. CLEAVERU27 MBedworth, Warwick, England
Hannah CLEAVER 24 FBedworth, Warwick, England
Rel:Daur In Law
Occ:Washer Woman
John Thos. CLEAVER 2 MBedworth, Warwick, England
Rel:Son (Grand)
Elizabeth Harriett CLEAVER 1 FBedworth, Warwick, England
Rel:Daur (Grand)
Arthur PERKINS 11 MBirmingham, Warwick, England
Elizabeth CLEAVERM31 FBulkington, Warwick, England
Occ:Sadlers Wife Assistant
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Perkins, Sarah (I5338)
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Peter Huddleston is the subject of a War Office army record WO97/1445

Case 4094 H.M. Leicestershire Regt of Infantry Limerick 12th Sept 1855
Discharge of 1691 Peter Huddlestone, labourer b. Wymondham
Height 5' 5½ " ; Hair dark brown; Eyes dark brown; complexion fresh;
Enlisted on 11th February 1841 at 3 'o' Clock PM by Private Jack Stafford 17th Foot for a bounty of £3/17/6
(signs with his mark)
Attested for 17th Regt of Foot at Leicester 12th February 1841 age 18 6/12 years (b.1822)
Joined at Chatham 24th February 1841, approved 24th February 1841
Served abroad in the East Indies from 7th July 1841 to Jan? 1847, 6 1/12 years
Discharged for being " unfit for further service " - his general character is good
Details of Service:- 17th Foot
Private 12th Sept 1841 to 12th Sept 1855, served 14 years 213 days
Entitled to wear the Distinguished Mark with Good Conduct Pay attached from 12 Feb 1846 although this was removed and reinstated on several occasions.
Finally discharged at Chatham 23rd October 1855, 41 days later, bringing his pensionable service to 14years 254 days.
Rendered unfit for service through ---?, giddiness, vertigo and impaired vision, the result of a gunshot wound to the right temple producing a fracture of the frontal and temporal bones, which occurred on 17th of February in the trenches?

Extraction by Eric Bird
Huddlestone, Peter (I4257)
192 ****Note the IGI at Ibstock lists a marriage of William Broadhurst and Jane Gent in 1761**** Family F1086
193 ++++NB I Believe Edwin was registered as Edwin B Hickling++++
The " H " in subsequent census entries may be Hickling
For 1860 US census see Notes of Stepfather William Smith
1870 US Census PA, Philadelphia Ward 18 District 56 Page 434
Bolestridge Edward 29 Clerk in Saw Factory b. England
Bolestridge Maria 29 b. PA
Bolestridge Henry L 5 b. PA
Real Estate = $2500 Personal estate = $500
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1880 US Census PA, Philadelphia Ennumeration District 331 Page 87A

Bolestridge Edwin H Head 39 Retail Grocer b. Eng Fa.Eng Mo. Eng
Bolestridge Maria L Wife 39 Keeping House b.Phil, PA Fa.PA Mo.PA
Bolestridge Harry L Son 15 Works in Glass Factory b. Phil Pa Fa.Eng Mo. Pa
Bolestridge Ann Wid Mothe r68 At Home b. Eng
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1900 Us Census Fern Street Camden
Edwin H Bolestridge Head b. May 1841 married 33 years b. England Moth ENG Fath ENG
Maria Bolestridge Wife b. Aug 1841 m 33 years no children B. PA fath PA moth PA
Ann Bolestridge Mother Wid b. Mar 1812 age 88 4 children 3 surviving B. ENG Fath ENG Moth ENG
In the 1910 Census with son Harry Lincoln Bolesstridge
Bolestridge, Edwin H. (I598)
194 .Bristol Parish Registers 1538-1900
Sarah Elizabeth Gosling Christening 24th May 1874 Montpelier, St Andrew, Gloucestershire
father Joseph Gosling, mother Martha Gosling

1881 Census; RG11/1874 Ipswich
Greysones Bdgs George Weston Head 36 M Excavator Berkshire
21 White Elm St Elizabeth " Wife 26 M Banbury OXF
Sarah E Gosling Lodger/niece 8 U scholar Bristol
Thomas Srid? Lodger 21 U Excavator Not known
Not Known Lodger 21 U Excavator Not known

1891 Census; RG12/1467 Ipswich
188 Norwich Rd Eleanor Sharlen Head 57 W Living on own means Lowestoft
Sarah Gosling Serv 18 U Gen serv dom Bristol GLS

1901 Census; RG13/1695 Gt Clacton
24 Rowlands Ter. Jesse Stubbins Head 27 M Bricklayer Cherryhinton CAM
Oxford Rd Sarah " Wife 27 M Bristol GLS
William " Son 4 Cams
Arthur " Son 2 Woking SRY 
Gosling, Sarah Elizabeth (I8172)
195 109 Church Road, Stockingford, WAR
Reuben Tonks Head 31 Coal Miner b. Hartshill
Eliza " Wife 28 b. Wednesbury; STS
James Calverts Boarder S 24 Labourer b. Bedminster; SOM
Harry Yardley Boarder S 31 Coal Miner b. Sedgley; STS
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Tonks, Reuben (I6480)
196 11 Howard Street Tipton
Richard Powell Head 64 Coal Miner b. Dawley; SAL
Sarah " Wife 59 b. Tipton
John " Son 27 un/mar Coal Miner b. W Bromwich
Mary E " Dau 23 " Dress Maker b. Rowley
Alice Cox Niece 6 b. Tipton
Leo C H Longhallam Adopted son 14 b. Birmingham 
Powell, Richard (I5433)
197 1819 : The regiment finished a tour of duty in Ireland and moved to the West Country, with headquarter in Exeter and troops in Plymouth, Truro and Taunton - helping the excise men to control the smuggling.

1820 : In the spring they marched to Birmingham with two troops detached at Coventry but a few weeks later they were called to London and were posted to Croydon, Lewisham and adjacent towns.
Baldwin, Levi (I307)
198 1840 Us Census No 10 5th Range
Ebenezer Boltrich Head
2 Males under 5 1 Male & 1 Female 20-30
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1850 US Census
Aroostook, Maine Township 11 Route 5 Dwelling 50 (Ashland)
Eben'r Bolstridge36 M Farmer England Property Value $400
Amelia ----"----- 32 F New Brunswick?
Rachel ----"----- 12 F Maine
Wm He ----"----- 10 M "
Albert ----"------- 9 M "
Mary El ----"----- 8 F "
Francis ----"----- 6 F "
Victoria A --"---- 5 F "
Eben'r -----"----- 3 M "
1860 US Census Ashland (No 11 Range 5) image 431
Ebenezer Bolstridge 45 Farmer b. England
----"----- Rachael 22 b.ME
----"----- William 21 "
----"----- Albert 19 "
----"----- Ellen 17 "
----"----- Frances 16 "
----"----- Victoria 14 "
----"----- Ebenezer 13 "
----"----- Frederick 10 "
----"----- Rufus 8 "
----"----- Celiste 6 "
----"----- Angus 4 "
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1870 US census Dalton, Aroostook; ME; USA
Bolstridge Eben 54 Farmer b. England both parents foreign Real estate $300 personal $100
----"----- Sarah M 40 Keeping House b. Massachusetts
all rest b. ME
----"----- Albert 28 farmer Real estate $200
----"----- Frances 26
----"----- Rufus 17
----"----- Celeste 15
----"----- Angus 13
----"----- Arthur 10
----"----- Leslie 4

Frederick 19 was on Neighbours farm Israel West
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1880 US Census
Census Place:Ashland, Aroostook, Maine
Source:FHL Film 1254476 National Archives Film T9-0476 Page 286B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Occ:Keeping House Fa: MAINE Mo: ME
Occ:Laborer Fa: CANADA Mo: MAINE
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Bolstridge, Ebenezer (I786)
199 1841 Census
Joseph Kenning 50 Ag Lab Y
Jane " 35 Y
Hannah " 15 Y
John " 9 Y
Jane " 7 Y
Mary Ann " 4 Y
Ellen " 2 Y
Ruth " 3 months Y
Kennen, Joseph (I4477)
200 1841 Census
Quay Court Westgate Street Glous
Mary Brown 70 Y
Joseph Brown 30 Lab Y
Maey Brown 25 Y
Richard Brown 4
Eliza Brown 3
Mary Brown 1
Wm Price Nailor No
Henry Happerly 15 Nailor Y
1851 Census Littleworth Gloucester
Littleworth Street (By Brunswick Square)
Joseph Brown Head 39 Dock Labourer b. Westbury
Mary Brown Wife b. Longford
All Chlidren b. Gloucester
Richard son 13
Mary Dau 11
Harriet Dau 9
Charles Son 8
William Son 6
Eliza Dau 4
Emily Dau 2
Edward Son 2
William Carwardine Lodger UnMar 19 Dock Labourer b. Gloucester
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1861 Census Barton Staint Mary
27 Barton Street
Joseph Brown Head 49 Corn Porter b. Westbury
Mary Brown Wife 49 b. Longhope
All following Children born Gloucestrer
Mary Dau 21 Late Servant
Charles Son 18 Corn Porter
William Son 16 Blacksmiths Laboureer
Eliza Dau 14
Emily Dau 12
Edward Son 11
Alfred son 9
Henry son 7
Elizabeth Duberley Boarder Wid 71 Dressmaker b. Westbury
Edward Duberley Visitor 38 Sej't Glous Militia b. Longhope
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1871 Census Barton Saint Mary Gloucester
43 Barton Street
Joseph Brown Head 59 Corn Porter b. Westbury
Mary Brown Wife 59 b. Longhope
Edward Brown Son 21 Labourer in Iron Works b. Gloucester
Alfred Brown Son 19 -------"-------"-------"-------"-------"-------
Sarah Bennett Boarder Un 25 Rug Maker b. Gloucester
Mary Ann Weaver Dau Mar 31 b. Gloucester
Frederick Weaver Son in Law 28 Commercial Clerk Wine Warehouse b. Gloucester
Edgar Weaver Grandson 3 b. Gloucester
Frederick Randle Visitor 22
Charles Wilcox Visitor 19 Labourer in Ironworks b. Ward End Warwickshire
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Brown, Joseph (I2164)

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