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Boylin/Byolin family
« on: Friday 03 March 06 22:09 GMT (UK) »
I am researching the Boylin/Boyling/Byolin family. The family of Edward Boyling was in Shrewsbury in the 1861 census (Castle Ward Without)

Does anyone know the origin of this surname. I thought it had an Irish derivation, but since I traced it from Manchester to Shrewsbury and see there are a lot of instances of the name in Shropshire I wonder whether it has another, perhaps Shropshire origin.

I would also be interested in finding the family of this Edward Boylin(g) in the 1841 and 1851 censuses.

Cire
Beeston, Whithead & Towle
Allesley, Bloxham from c. 1815
Foleshill, Gee (Jee) Adams Millerchip
Burton Dassett, Bloxham to c. 1815

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 04 March 06 09:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi Cire, what year and where does it state he was born in the 61?

Regards
Kate.

ps I think it may be a Norman name, but not certain.
Cavan - FLYNN & NEARY
Donegal - O'DONNELL
Dublin - BRADY, GREEN, NEILL & ST LEGER
Kerry - CRIMEEN, CROWLY & DONOGHUE
Longford - FLYNN, WHELAN & DAVIS
Sligo - FLYNN & HEALY
Wicklow - CLARE, COLEY, CRIMEEN, CUNNIAM, DOYLE, FLYNN, MURPHY, O'BYRNE & SUTTON
Devon, Som, Glam & Mon - BISSETT
Gloucs, Glam & Mon - ROBERTS
Here, Brec & Mon - WATKINS
Mon - ISRAEL, LEWIS, MATTHEWS, MORGAN & PROBERT
Salop & Mon - EVANS
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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 04 March 06 16:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi Cire, :)

Found this,

Shropshire: Wem, Edstaston, Newtown - Parish Registers, Lichfield Diocese

 19 Mar 1810 Richard Kynaston & Ann Ely. Wit: Edwd. Boylin & Francis Owen.

Pete, :) :)
Edwards, mainly Cound, Frodesely, Acton Burnell. Pitchford. and surrounding villages, Shropshire, /  Rowe, Cound, / Littlehales, Berrington, Shropshire / Radford, Dublin, /   Maguire, Acton Burnell, /  Rudge, Frodesely, /

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 04 March 06 20:46 GMT (UK) »
Thanks fo your replies Pete and Slickbutton.(what a lovely name)

I've had a closer look at the 1861 census details.
Edward D Boyling was born in 1824 in Myddle. His occupation is given as Chelsea pensioner, at 37!!!!!!! We should be able to get some details from Kew.
He married Ann about 1846. She was born in Shrewsbury.
So he could be at Myddle in 1841, hopefully with his parents!!!. His two older children were born in Shrewsbury in 1847 and 1849, but the next child was born in Burley Yorkshire (I think part of Leeds now) in1856, and the last child back in Shrewsbury in 1858. So he could have been anywhere in 1851, even abroad with the army. There is a 7 year gap in the childrens births at that time.
From the IGI he could be the son of William and Ann Byolin baptised in Myddle 22 June 1823.

I found that byolin is the word for a violin in the Bisayan dialect in the Phillipines!!!!! Perhaps the Boylins were on the fiddle!!!!!

The wedding witness could be a relative. There is quite a concentration of the name in that area.
Beeston, Whithead & Towle
Allesley, Bloxham from c. 1815
Foleshill, Gee (Jee) Adams Millerchip
Burton Dassett, Bloxham to c. 1815

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #4 on: Monday 06 March 06 14:01 GMT (UK) »
Can't seem to find them on the 51 I'm afraid. Maybe someone else will have better luck. I don't have access to the 41 Shropshire Census.

Regards
Kate.
Cavan - FLYNN & NEARY
Donegal - O'DONNELL
Dublin - BRADY, GREEN, NEILL & ST LEGER
Kerry - CRIMEEN, CROWLY & DONOGHUE
Longford - FLYNN, WHELAN & DAVIS
Sligo - FLYNN & HEALY
Wicklow - CLARE, COLEY, CRIMEEN, CUNNIAM, DOYLE, FLYNN, MURPHY, O'BYRNE & SUTTON
Devon, Som, Glam & Mon - BISSETT
Gloucs, Glam & Mon - ROBERTS
Here, Brec & Mon - WATKINS
Mon - ISRAEL, LEWIS, MATTHEWS, MORGAN & PROBERT
Salop & Mon - EVANS
Census info is crown copyright www.nationalarchives.co

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #5 on: Tuesday 07 March 06 21:41 GMT (UK) »
Hello Kate,
I'm sorry about the Slickbutton!!!! I can't think where I got that from!
Please excuse advancing years.

Thanks for looking on the 1851 census, sorry you didn't find anything.
I will have to wait til the local society has a trip to the Family Records Center, and search the nearby parishes there. There is a very big concentration of the name in the area around Wem and Ellesmere. I have a baptism from the IGI for an Edward , son of William and Ann in Myddle at about the right time.
Did I mention (old age again) that Edwaed was a chelsea pensioner at 37 years old!!!

Thanks again

Eric
Beeston, Whithead & Towle
Allesley, Bloxham from c. 1815
Foleshill, Gee (Jee) Adams Millerchip
Burton Dassett, Bloxham to c. 1815

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 08 March 06 17:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi Eric, don't worry your not senile yet! I was formerly known as slickbutton81 up until a few weeks ago. Like buttonmoon better. It looks as if they had those names that always seem to be misspelt or mistranscribed, I have a few of those in my tree, very frustrating! If you need anything else, just send me an email.

Regards
Kate.
Cavan - FLYNN & NEARY
Donegal - O'DONNELL
Dublin - BRADY, GREEN, NEILL & ST LEGER
Kerry - CRIMEEN, CROWLY & DONOGHUE
Longford - FLYNN, WHELAN & DAVIS
Sligo - FLYNN & HEALY
Wicklow - CLARE, COLEY, CRIMEEN, CUNNIAM, DOYLE, FLYNN, MURPHY, O'BYRNE & SUTTON
Devon, Som, Glam & Mon - BISSETT
Gloucs, Glam & Mon - ROBERTS
Here, Brec & Mon - WATKINS
Mon - ISRAEL, LEWIS, MATTHEWS, MORGAN & PROBERT
Salop & Mon - EVANS
Census info is crown copyright www.nationalarchives.co

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #7 on: Monday 10 November 14 20:56 GMT (UK) »
Hi, I too am researching the origins of the Boylin name, which I believed to be Irish. It now seems to be written as Byollin in the Ellesmere records as far back as 1678. Did you get a conclusion to the origin of the name?

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Re: Boylin/Byolin family
« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 11 November 14 20:28 GMT (UK) »
Hi
That is straining the grey cells. I looked at the Boylins from the Shropshire/Welsh Marches area for a friend, and after passing on what I found to the family I probably got rid of my notes!!! some 6 years ago. I can't find them at the moment.

If I remember rightly, I found a source that said the Boylin surname in that area was derived from a Welsh surname but I can't remember which!!!
Sorry.

Eric
Beeston, Whithead & Towle
Allesley, Bloxham from c. 1815
Foleshill, Gee (Jee) Adams Millerchip
Burton Dassett, Bloxham to c. 1815