Blowfield Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Find records of Blowfields by their first name:
Most Common First Names
- John 6.3%
- Edith frances 6.3%
- James 6.3%
- Sarah 6.3%
- John william 6.3%
- Violet 6.3%
- George rowland 6.3%
- Philip 6.3%
Blowfield Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Blowfield family.
- Agnes Blowfield born 1904
- Luzina Blowfield born 1907
- William Blowfield born 1903
- Rita M Blowfield born 1917
- Bernard John Blowfield born 1915
- Philip Harvey Blowfield born 1920
- James Blowfield born 1815
- Edith Frances Jane Blowfield born 1877
- Sarah Ann Eliza Blowfield(Symes) born 1853
- John William James Blowfield born 1856
Blowfield Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 9 people with the last name Blowfield that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Blowfield family on AncientFaces.
- Agnes Blowfield lived 64 years
- Luzina Blowfield lived 91 years
- William Blowfield lived 75 years
- Rita M Blowfield lived 71 years
- Bernard John Blowfield lived 25 years
- Philip Harvey Blowfield lived 20 years
- James Blowfield lived 65 years
- Edith Frances Jane Blowfield lived 75 years
- Sarah Ann Eliza Blowfield(Symes) lived 70 years
LAW.-POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, May 2nd, 1868.
BLOWFIELD. V BLOWFIELD-Maintenance.-
An application by Sarah Ann Blowfield,against James Blowfield, shoemaker,
Macquarie street, for maintenance. Mr. D'Emden appeared for complainant.
Sarah Ann Blowfield,complainant, sworn, said : I was married to defendant on 9th
of January last, but am now living with Mrs. Pearson, in the Cascade Road.
Defendant and myself had had quarrels before Tuesday last, but not on that day.
On that day my husband sent me out to get some leather,and when I returned I
found the door locked, and was told that defendant had taken away a dray load of
furniture from the house; I saw my husband there then.On Wednesday morning I
went to the door and knocked, ut he would not open the door; he told me through
the window to be off, and that I should never darken his door again.I asked for my
clothes, and he told me he would give them to me when it suited him and not before. I am left destitute and without means of support by defendant's conduct.
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