Discussion in 'Institutions' started by jules333, Jun 20, 2015.
Email addy on the way Jules.
Thank you x x
Have received this reply today from Staffs county council
Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately it is with regret that I inform you that we do not hold any information regarding Mr Parry as our retention period for child care records does not extend that far back in time. Any files regarding Mr Parry during his childhood would have been destroyed.
Sad when that happens for what ever reason. Still I guess there'd have been a veritable mountain of papers & where to store them?
We'll just have to hope for people contact & memories of Family. There were other Parry Families in Cannock back then--probably related.
Oh dear how sad jules
I am making headway now with kind help from you all.I have a family tree showing Johns Grandmother Marry Jane Boulter(later married William Parry). Mary Jane had 4 brothers and sisters. Elizabeth born 1857 Sarah Ann born 1859 William Henry born 1860 and Henry George born 1869. I have filled in the gaps for Elizabeth Mary Jane and Henry but am struggling with Sarah Ann and William Henry. Can anyone help please
Do you have the family in the 1871 census (They should all be in that one). If so, what is the reference, please?
Im afraid I dont have that sorry
Did you have this census entry Jules? :
Mary J Boulton
England and Wales Census, 1881 RG11/2853/114/36
Name: Mary J Boulton
Age (Original): 13
Birth Year: 1868
Birthplace: Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter-Single
Address: Court No 2 House 7 Union St
Event Place: Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Mathew Lunn Head 45 Darlaston, Staffordshire, England
Sarah A Lunn Wife 45 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
Sarah A Boulton Daughter 22 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England [Boulter]
William Boulton Son 20 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England [Boulter]
Mary J Boulton Daughter 13 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England [Boulter]
Henry Boulton Son 11 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England [Boulter]
Joseph Lunn Son 6 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
Alfred Lunn Son 3 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
John Lunn Son 2 Wednesbury, Staffordshire, England
GS Film number: 1341684 ,
Marriages Dec 1874
Boulter Sarah Ann W. Bromwich 6b-1187
Lunn Matthew W. Bromwich 6b-1187
I learned very recently that Sarah anns first husband was killed in an accident hence her children having their Fathers name Boulter. But thank you for this because I didnt have John Lunn on my radar x x
You're welcome Jules. It just shows how tricky the name can be.
John is having a major operation on Saturday and I really want to collate as much info as I can for him to read before he goes to hospital. Thank you so much to everyone who has helped me so far x
William married an Elizabeth it seems.
1901, High St, Darlaston Staffs. RG13; Piece: 2692; Folio: 21; Page: 33
William Boulter 40, Sewerage navvy, Wednesbury
Elizabeth Boulter 38, Moxley
John Boulter 10 months, Moxley
Lizzie Boulter 3, Moxley
Gladys Boulter 10, Darlaston
John Taylor 24, brother in law, Moxley
1911, 8 Sanders Buildings, High St, Moxley, Darlaston.
William Boulter 51, furnace man, ironworks
Elizabeth Boulter 49, married 21yrs, 9 children, 4 still living, 5 died.
Elizabeth Boulter 13
John Thomas Boulter 10
Marriages Dec 1889, Walsall, 6b 1088
William Boulter, also indexed Elizabeth Taylor
Jules, I can't be certain this is the correct marriage but it's the only one I can find to fit with what you know.
Marriages Sep 1856, W. Bromwich, 6b 760
Henry Boulter, also indexed Sarah Ann Herring
A henry Boulter death was registered in the Wolverhampton district
Deaths Dec 1869, Wolverhampton, 6b 289.
Henry Boulter, age 35.
Liverpool Daily Post 11 September 1869
Fatal Blast Furnace Accident.
One of those accidents by which considerable fatality is brought about in the iron making district, has occurred at Wednesbury. At the works of Messrs Lloyd & Foster two men were engaged in running the iron out of the blast furnace, when a portion of the side of the huge erection blew out, and they were horribly bespattered with the scoria and molten metal. As speedily as possible they were conveyed to the South Staffordshire Hospital, in Wolverhampton, where one of them quickly died. His name is Henry Boulter, and he leaves a wife and four children totally unprovided for. Hopes are entertained of the recovery of his companion.
Poor Sarah Ann was expecting their fifth baby when her husband died.
Births Mar 1870, W. Bromwich, 6b 797
Henry George Boulter
1861, Wednesbury, RG 9; Piece: 2033; Folio: 65; Page: 31
Henry Boulton 27, labourer Iron Works, Barford, Oxfordshire
Sarah Ann Boulton 26, Wednesbury
Elizabeth Boulton 4, Wednesbury
Sarah Ann Boulton 2, Wednesbury
Wm Henry Boulton 9 months, Wednesbury,
William Boulton 17, brother, labourer Iron Works, Upton, Oxfordshire
Joseph Martin 57, lodger, miner, Wednesbury
Samuel Herring 28, lodger, bolt turner, Wednesbury
A possible for 1841, Bampton, Burford, Oxfordshire
HO107; Piece: 872; Book: 18, folio 3; page 3
William Balter [sic] 32, ag. lab
Elizabeth Balter [sic] 30
Mary Boulter 8
Henry Boulter 7
James Boulter 1
William Boulter 1 Mo
It looks like the William in 1841, age 1 month died and William and Elizabeth named their next son William (the one with Henry in 1861)
1851, Burford, HO107; Piece: 1731; Folio: 764; Page: 13
Wm Botter 41, ag. lab, Burford
Elizth Botter 38, Burford
James Botter 13, Burford
Wm Botter 7, Upton
Phillip Botter 3, Upton
George Botter 2, Burford
Deaths Sep 1842, Witney, Oxfordshire, vol 16; page 90
Name: William Boulter
Christening Date: 30 May 1841
Christening Place: BURFORD,OXFORD,ENGLAND
Death Date: 15 Sep 1842
Father's Name: William Boulter
Mother's Name: Elizabeth
Separate names with a comma.