Category Archives: Crabb

New information about the Boulton and Crabb families

In my continuing search for more information about the Boulton family, I’ve come across two interesting and useful pieces of information, though unfortunately I can no longer trace the sources. The first was the revelation that Henry Crabb, who is … Continue reading

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Analysing the will of Captain Richard Boulton Junior

My last post included a transcription of the will of Captain Boulton Esquire Junior, a retired East India Company officer, who died in 1745. In this post I want to discuss what the will tells us about the extended Boulton … Continue reading

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The will of Captain Richard Boulton Junior of Perdiswell, Worcestershire

Three years after the death of his uncle, Richard Boulton the elder, whose will of 1737 I discussed in the previous post, Captain Richard Boulton Junior of  the East India Company made his own last will and testament. It would … Continue reading

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Analysing the will of Richard Boulton Esquire

In the previous post I shared my transcription of the last will and testament of Richard Boulton of the parish of St Olave Hart Street, an early eighteenth-century gentleman associated with the East India Company, who I believe was related … Continue reading

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The will of Richard Boulton Esquire of St Olave, Hart Street (died 1737)

Yesterday I wrote about the Boulton family, whose name occurs in the wills of both my 8 x great grandmother Alice Byne née Forrest (died 1738) and her uncle William Forrest (died 1700). I speculated that ‘my Cousin Richard Boulton … Continue reading

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