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I have family geneology written by Percy L Waddy and John Leonard Waddy which goes back to 1066.

Please email me so that we may continue this quest.

Submitted by: Mary O’ Dell email: [email protected] Wade My grandfathers name was Jack Wade. They lived at 9 Cammidge Street, Withernsea, East Yorkshire. Submitted by: Debby Picot Address: Le Petit Coin, La Rue Du Nord, Trinity, Jersey JE3 5AH Email: [email protected] / Shaw Any information on the ancestors of Jack Wade of Huddersfield, born 1910, or Evelyn Shaw of Huddersfield, born 1912?

This house was bought by the headmaster of Bingley Grammer school at the time.

They had six children: Otto, Raven, Roland, Noel (my father), Enid and Mona, who have all now passed on.

Wadby/Waudby I am looking for a Robert Wadby or Waudby born in 1801 and married Sarah Tate in 1826. His son Thomas, born in 1829, married Susannah Schofield in 1854.

He may be from Cambridge and then he moved to Bradford. Submitted by: Jean Cartwright Address: 8 Hew Clews, Great Horton, Bradford BD7 4RF email: [email protected] I am looking for information on my great-grandfather William Waddington born at Kirkstall – he became a forgeman there.

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George Henry died aged 34 after falling from a horse. Did he have brothers/sisters and who were his parents?

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