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Pedigree of the Bolding family of Warwickshire
William B. Bickley
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Thomas Bouldinge was born about in Barford, Warwick, England. He was christened on Sep 26 in Barford, Warwick, England. Thomas III, the "Immigrant" as described by W. B. Bickley in hiscompilation of the Bolding Pedigree, decided . Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Beatrice Warwickshire on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Trusted by millions of genealogists since Trusted information source for millions of people worldwide. English.
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Pedigree of the Bolding Family of Warwickshire: Substantiated by Extracts From Parish Registers, Wills, AdministrationsAuthor: William B Bickley.
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The story that Thomas came from Warwickshire comes from a book called "The Pedigree of the Bolding family of Warwickshire" by WB Bickley which incorrectly states "the [Bolding] name is so singularly uncommon that it is very probably that the few Boldings that there are in England at the present day are descended from the Bridgnorth family".
Bickley's Pedigree of the Bolding family of Warwickshire does not show Thomas Boulding born in Sherborne. This is from the subsidy rolls when a tax was paid so presumably he was a land holder and over 21 in The Sherborne church registers start at and the first Bolding that appears is in with a Thomas Bolding buried in Gender: Male.
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Northall 0: Historic. The Goodyer Family of Warwickshire and their Ancestors This page was modified again on 22 Jun A previous version showed John of Baginton, who must have died fairly young, as the son of Walter, who must have lived to a good old age, if the date of his will () is correct. Preview this book» What people are Section 2.
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People Projects Discussions SurnamesChildren: Sarah Strelley (Digby), Agnes Tracy, Reginald Digby, Thomas Digby. My family, too, is in direct line from Thomas Bouldinge. In the ’s my uncle, Alexander Lavator Gilliam, travelled to Virginia, researched the geneology of our line and compiled a sort of private book of documents for each of my brothers and cousins.
The Bolding family name was found in the USA, the UK, and Canada between and The most Bolding families were found in the USA in In there were Bolding families living in London. This was about 40% of all the recorded Bolding's in the UK.
London had the highest population of Bolding families in Records pertaining to the Bolding or Boldyng, etc., family of Warwickshire in the West Midlands area of England include at least a couple references to what might be interpreted as “Phipps,” but certainly not spelled that way.
W.B. Bickley, comp., Pedigree of the Bolding Family of Warwickshire, Birmingham: Morland & Henson, Pedigree of the Bolding family of Warwickshire: substantiated by extracts from parish registers, wills, administrations, subsidy rolls, &c Vol Historical notices and recollections relating to the parish of Southam, in the county of Warwick, together with the parochial registers from A.D.
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Therefore, I thought it worth a closer look. The authors obviously put in a lot of work collecting and publishing their information, but it's a bit awkward to read and seems to jump around a bit.