- source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
- source: Family History Library Catalog
NOTE: As the name suggests, this page is devoted to Bolton (near Bradford) in the West Riding of Yorkshire. It should not be confused with Bolton in Lancashire, or with a village named Bolton in the East Riding of Yorkshire, or with numerous other places named Bolton throughout England.
Bolton was a village that was absorbed into the City of Bradford in 1882.
GENUKI states that it was in the parish of Calverley, was 2 miles north of Bradford and 8 from Otley, and had a population of over 600 in the 1820s.