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James Woods

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James Woods, of Woods and Cocksedge

1789 Born in Ipswich

1815 or 1820 A James Woods married Elizabeth (Pulham or Warren respectively) in Suffolk[1]

1841 James Woods 50, ironfounder, lived in Stowmarket with Elizabeth Woods 50, Mary Ann Woods 21, Anna Woods 20, Edmund Woods 15, William Woods 13[2]

1848 His daughter Mary married James Samuel Cocksedge[3]

1851 James Woods 62, agricultural implement maker, lived in Stowmarket with Elizabeth Woods 62, Harriett Woods 27, Edmund Woods 23, Jan C Woods 21, Sarah Woods 18[4]

1861 James Woods 72, retired ironfounder, lived in Stowmarket with Elizabeth Woods 72, Harriett Woods 39, Sarah Woods 30[5]

1877 James Woods dies in Stowmarket aged 88[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1841 census
  3. BmD
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. BMD