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Trying to find Woodward
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|Susan||Report||27 Jan 2003 12:14|
Trying to contact Glen Sutcliff, who contacted another relative of mine and said he was also descended from my Great Great Grandfather John Woodward through his second daughter Emily Pikett Woodward. (Emily was born in 1852 in Boston Lincs and married Frederick Hutson in 1872 in Spalding). I am descended from Eliza Ann Tabiner (nee Woodward) John Woodward's third daughter. (She was my Great Grandmother). Glen Sutcliff was last heard of living in Holdenhurst Village in Bournemouth in 1989. It is believed he may have emigrated to Australia. If anyone reading this knows of his whereabouts please ask him to get in touch with me. I know quite a lot about John Woodward and am willing to share my information with him.