Thanks to Mark Sherbrooke. In the birth certificate, her fa ther is described as Gentleman", resident at Blenheim Cresc ent.
The steamer was a fine large vessel, and the commander, Cap tain Bolton, an extremely dignified and cultivated Englishm an, whose regularity, punctuality, and vigilance we had goo d reason to admire. Some three months before, the good capt ain had lost his wife and a little daughter on the voyage f rom England to Calcutta; both were buried beneath the waves . A dear little son had outlived the poor mother, who had b een brought to the much afflicted father by his foster-moth er, and was now on board with him. The sweet child was onl y five years old, and his innocent jokes and games served t o while away many an hour, and I became very fond of him.
Father: Charles James BOLTON b: 1829 in Hull, Yorkshire c: 27 Jun 1829 in Sculcoates District, England
Mother: Louisa Caroline DARE b: 24 Jun 1845 in probably Belgrade Place, London c: 13 Nov 1845 in St. Peter's Church, Belgrave Street, Pimlico, Middlesex, London
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