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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Bulstrode is an extremely rare surname in the [[Great Britain|United Kingdom]].<ref name="onename">"[http://one-name.org/profiles/bulstrode.html Bulstrode]" from the Guild of One-Name Studies</ref> Its origin is uncertain, but it may be derived from a place name meaning either "fortress on the marsh" (from Old English ''burh'', "fortress", and ''strod'', "marsh"),<ref name="surnamedb">"[http://www.surnamedb.com/surname.aspx?name=Boulstridge Boulstridge] on The Internet Surname Database</ref><ref name="akashic">[http://www.m5p.com/~pravn/hp/b-3.html The Akashic Record]</ref> "bull marsh" (from Old English ''bula'', "bull", and ''strod''),<ref name="surnamedb" /><ref name="akashic" /> or "Bur's marsh" (form ''Bur'', the name of a family, and ''strod'').<ref name="onename" /> [[Wikipedia:Bulstrode Park|Bulstrode Park]] is a large park to the northwest of the [[Wikipedia:Buckinghamshire|Buckinghamshire]] town of [[Wikipedia:Gerrard's Cross|Gerrard's Cross]] in the English Home Counties. [[Wikipedia:Non-rail_vehicles_(Thomas_and_Friends)#Bulstrode|Bulstrode]] is a grumpy, anthropomorphic barge in the ''[[Wikipedia:Railway Series|Railway Series]]'' books, on which the television show ''[[Wikipedia:Thomas and Friends|Thomas and Friends]]'' is based.
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Bulstrode is an extremely rare surname in the [[Great Britain|United Kingdom]].<ref name="onename">"[http://one-name.org/profiles/bulstrode.html Bulstrode]" from the Guild of One-Name Studies</ref> Its origin is uncertain, but it may be derived from a place name meaning either "fortress on the marsh" (from Old English ''burh'', "fortress", and ''strod'', "marsh"),<ref name="surnamedb">"[http://www.surnamedb.com/surname.aspx?name=Boulstridge Boulstridge] on The Internet Surname Database</ref><ref name="akashic">[http://www.m5p.com/~pravn/hp/b-3.html The Akashic Record]</ref> "bull marsh" (from Old English ''bula'', "bull", and ''strod''),<ref name="surnamedb" /><ref name="akashic" /> or "Bur's marsh" (form ''Bur'', the name of a family, and ''strod'').<ref name="onename" /> [[Wikipedia:Bulstrode Park|Bulstrode Park]] is a large park to the northwest of the [[Wikipedia:Buckinghamshire|Buckinghamshire]] town of [[Wikipedia:Gerrard's Cross|Gerrard's Cross]] in the English Home Counties. [[Wikipedia:Non-rail_vehicles_(Thomas_and_Friends)#Bulstrode|Bulstrode]] is a grumpy, anthropomorphic barge in the ''[[Wikipedia:Railway Series|Railway Series]]'' books, on which the television show ''[[Wikipedia:Thomas and Friends|Thomas and Friends]]'' is based.
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
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[[fr:Famille Bulstrode]]
 
[[fr:Famille Bulstrode]]
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[[pl:Rodzina Bulstrode]]
 
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[[Category:Families]]

Revision as of 16:02, March 22, 2013

MBulstrode
Bulstrode family
Family heritage
Blood status

was once pure-blood, now half-blood

Notable family members
Status

probably extant

Relationships
Related families

Black family

Affiliation
House(s)

Slytherin

Bulstrode is the surname of a wizarding family. They used to be pure-blood[1], but more recent members, such as Millicent Bulstrode, are half-bloods, suggesting that one or multiple members of the Bulstrode family had Muggle or Muggle-born spouses. They are distantly related to the Blacks, the Flints, the Crabbes and the Potters.[2]

Family Members

Etymology

Bulstrode is an extremely rare surname in the United Kingdom.[3] Its origin is uncertain, but it may be derived from a place name meaning either "fortress on the marsh" (from Old English burh, "fortress", and strod, "marsh"),[4][5] "bull marsh" (from Old English bula, "bull", and strod),[4][5] or "Bur's marsh" (form Bur, the name of a family, and strod).[3] Bulstrode Park is a large park to the northwest of the Buckinghamshire town of Gerrard's Cross in the English Home Counties. Bulstrode is a grumpy, anthropomorphic barge in the Railway Series books, on which the television show Thomas and Friends is based.

Notes and references

  1. Violetta Bulstrode married Cygnus Black II, who lived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Given that family's attitudes and that her descendants are pure-bloods, Violetta was thus a pure-blood as well.
  2. Black family tree
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Bulstrode" from the Guild of One-Name Studies
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Boulstridge on The Internet Surname Database
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Akashic Record

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