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red mail Willson/Clewes
Looking for parents of Maria Willson (1820-1857) born in Bulkington, married James Clewes 1 Nov 1840 in Nuneaton and lived in Bulkington until her death. James and Maria's children are Edwin, Ann, Sarah, Ruth, Hannah, and James.
red mail Clewes/Morrell
Looking for details of William and Ann (unknown maiden name) Clewes in Bulkington. My 4x Great Grandfather is William Clewes (1776-1848; born in Warwickshire, died in Nuneaton). I know his wife's name is Ann (1776- Oct 1854; born in Warwickshire, died in Noneaton), and they had a son James (1821-1893; born in Bulkington, died in Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire) who is my 3x Great Grandfather. I see in the 1851 England Census for District 3 Laverstoke, Hampshire, England that Ann Clewes (age 85; widowed) is listed as mother-in-law, and Mary Clewes (age 50; unmarried) is listed as sister-in-law to head of household Edward Morrell (age 63; married; retired paper maker). The Census indicates that Edward was born in Whitchurch, and both Ann and Mary were born in Birmingham, Warwickshire. Are Mary and Sarah sisters of James?
red mail Ashbourne.Edward
Searching information on Edward.Ashbourne's parents born c 1813 Bulkington Warwickshire know he was a Maltster Labourer in the 1861 Census!
red mail Wakelin/Wahelin.Richard
Looking for information on my Great Great Grandfather Richard Wakelin/Wahelin c 1807 Bulkington Warwickshire (Cordwainer)found to be living in Bedworth Lane Bulkington 1841 Census aged 30 & 1861 Census aged 54 married to (Unknown) Ann. Also son Richard c 1848 my Great Grandfather born Bulkington who I have as living St.Peter's Street @ time of marriage.
red mail Rowley
I have traced my tree to Bulkington and have Rowley / Beeby / JOhnson / Ladkin - 1804 onwards
Ames, Amos, Clews, Clewes
Looking for information about Thomas Ames born 1800 and married Mary Clewes 17 Sep 1820 at Bulkington. Mary was christened 27 Jul 1800 at Bulkington d/o William & Anne (c. Adams) Clewes (?spelling). Thomas died 1835. His father was Sgt Major Richard Ames born 1756 at Hoar Cross Staffordshire & married Elizabeth Denman. Richard's father is believed to be John Ames b 1731, Warwickshire, a malster. Thomas and Mary had children believed to be Richard, Samuel, Thomas, Ruth, Mary & Elizabeth. The eldest, Richard, was born March 1821 and later changed his name to Amos. Richard Amos became a Wesleyan missionary to Sierra Leone and later Tonga. He married Elizabeth Capewell (born 1819) from Birmingham in 1846. Richard & Elizabeth settled in Australia after Tonga. See separate entries under Amos and Capewell.
red mail Izon
Researching my family tree has led me to Bulkington. My grandmother was Jane Ison. Jane's second son(William)was born in Chilvers Coton Workhouse. Does anyone recognise these details? If you do,please get in touch. Hilary
red mail Winkless,Winkles,Winklers,Winkleys,etc.
Searching for place of origin of John Winkles who is so described on his marriage to Elizabeth Allen at Bulkington St.James church on 12th May 1799. He waited sufficiently long after his first appearance to obtain a residential qualification, so is described in the Banns notice as "of this parish". John, who was himself a farm worker, is my great-great-great-grandfather. He answered "yes" to the 1841 census question whether born in same county, but died before the 1851 census which would have asked the specific question "where born?". Their descendants moved to Leicester in mid-19th century owing to collapse of the home-ribbon-weaving trade. I believe that Bulkington church's continued used of the "Winkles" spelling for the family was simply for consistency's sake, because the same people were being spelt "Winkless" in the 1851 and 1861 censuses. I suspect that John's pronunciation approximated more nearly to Winklers or Winkleys, which would more naturally progress over the next half-century to Winkless. I cannot find any present-day residents of Bulkington named Winkless, but am hoping that descendants of John's grand-daughters might still be living in the village, i.e. Sarah bap.9/2/1830 married Thomas Madelin 23/10/1853, and Mary bap. 18/1/1835 married William Nixon at Foleshill 17/10/1858. All replies gratefully acknowledged, and currently held family tree details willingly exchanged. Alan.
red mail Richard Parr - Bulkington
Richard Parr married Caroline Curtis in Bulkington Parish Church, Nuneaton on 20 July 1846, his father was recorded as Thomas, a labourer.There is no trace of a birth of a Richard Parr in Bulkington in circa 1824 although there are records of Parr births in Bulkington 1828 - 1831 to Thomas Parr and Ann (Cheatley). They are not there in 1851. I would like to find them to see if Richard is with them. Does anyone have details of this family. Later census says Richard born Devon but can't find him there or in the births.
red mail ISON
Looking for information on Jane Ison, born circa 1821 in Bulkington. On her marriage certificate, it gives her father's name as John, so I am trying to find out about him, whoever his wife was, and any siblings that Jane might have had.
red mail Bukington
I am looking for any information on my grandfather Alf Wilson b1889 d1957 and his brothers and sister. I believe that he had around 5 brothers and one sister. All were resident and worked in and around Bulkington. My Great Granfather was James Wilsonb1861 with his father (my GG Grandfather) being Samuel Wilson b1827?. Alf Wilson was in the building trade and was a member of the village football team. He was also the village lamp lighter and a founder member of the Bulkington War Memorial Club.

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