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red mail Crick Family
I am looking for information on a Charlotte Ann Crick born Woodston about 1862. Married a John Gregory. Any information would be gratefully received.
red mail Woodstone Families
I'm seeking any information on George Hunting and John Thomas Martin of the Woodstone area. I know that John was the local headmaster for many years and is buried in the area, but if there are any family members in the area still would love to hear from them
red mail George Greenwood
Please do you have any information about George Greenwood Born 1862: Woodston, Huntingdonshire. Son of David & Sarah Greenwood. Married to Georgina Ponsford in Westham in 1887. 02/05/1888 Lived at 11 Leytonstone Road, Stratford. 1888: Mercantile clerk 1901: Policeman
red mail 32nd Boy Scout Troop Woodston
Period 1940 through 1952. How many of us are around. We also had a scout band,some of the menbers Peter Wells, Ron Turner, Ray Turner, Derick Noble, Rolls Pollard, Whity ?
red mail Samuel Tomblin
I have found many members of the TOMBLIN family in my transcribed records of New Road Woodston cemetery. Including Samuel.
red mail Woodston/e
I am researching the history of Woodston. Eventually it will all be recorded in book form. I am also transcribing the M.I's in New Road cemetery Woodston. If anyone has memories of Woodston and their families I would love to include it in my work.
Samuel Tomblin
The 1881 census shows my great grandfather (age 35)lived here (spelled Woodstone then) with his wife Elizabeth Hetley (30) daughter (Florence Desbrow age 3 - my grandmother) and daughter Ethel M (1)

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