Catalogue description Records of the Bold family

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Details of 920 BOL
Reference: 920 BOL
Title: Records of the Bold family

Item 920 BOL/1/7 [below] is addressed, apparently, by a son of Nicholas Bold of Marsh Hall and brother of Arthur Bold, (d. 1745), merchant, of Liverpool, to Jonas Bold, merchant, of Liverpool, or to one of his brothers. This genealogical note gives an outline history of the Bold family of Marsh Hall, Farnworth, a younger branch of the Bolds of Bold. According to this account, the Bolds fled from Marsh Hall at the time of the siege of Lathom House, but Nicholas Bold returned on the accession of King William. His grandson, Jonas Bold, was Mayor of Liverpool in 1802 and died in 1822, aged 77 years. Lieutenant Edward Bold, R.N., was the son of Jonas Bold.

Date: 18th - 19th centuries
Held by: Liverpool Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Bold family of Farnworth, Lancashire and Liverpool

Physical description: 25 docs.
Immediate source of acquisition:

Presented by Ernest W. Sharp, of Hove, as executor of Miss Hornbuckle, September, 1932.

Custodial history:

Old no.: Eq 804 Previously at Hq 920 BOL.

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