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4151 Widow, Mrs Webb, age 30, widow, dressmaker, 92 St Paul's Rd, James Lawrence Culpin, cabinet maker Family (F1013)
 
4152 widower WEBB, William (I1490)
 
4153 Widower at time of marriage to Mary BENNETT, Thomas (I1878)
 
4154 Wife is shown as "widow" on 1851 census LAYTON, William (I501)
 
4155 Wikipedia (July 2010): Victor Martin Watson (10 November 1897 Girton, Cambridgeshire ? 3 August 1988 Girton, Cambridgeshire) was an English footballer who played most of his club football for West Ham United.

Watson, a centre forward, played 505 times for West Ham between 1920 and 1936. The club paid just £50 for Vic from Wellingborough, bringing him in to provide cover for Syd Puddefoot.

Vic Watson is the club's record goalscorer with 326 goals, a feat unlikely to be bettered in the modern era. He once scored six, in an 8-2 home win against Leeds on 9 February 1929, scored four goals on three occasions, and managed 13 hat-tricks while at West Ham.

Watson gained two international caps with England in 1923 and a further three caps in 1930, scoring 4 goals in total, including 2 against Scotland in the 1930 British Home Championship.

He spent one season (1935-36) with Southampton before retiring and he was the club's top scorer with 14 goals in 36 league appearances.

Upon retiring, he became a market gardener in Girton. He died in August 1988 at the age of 90. In June 2010 a plaque honoring Watson was unveiled in Girton. 
WATSON, Victor Martin (I3422)
 
4156 William Bullard, bac, otp & Ann Winters, sp, otp, with the consent of all necessary parties. Family (F784)
 
4157 William Charles Jackson, of Ashley House, Landbeach, age 68 JACKSON, William Charles (I8495)
 
4158 William Coucher, ofa, wdr, occupation illegible, Shadwell, son of Richard, groom AND Maria Cornwell, ofa, sp, Stepney, dau of Richard, farmer Family (F512)
 
4159 William Garka, 22, bac, miller, otp, son of William, miller & Ann Bullard, 21, sp, living with her father otp, dau of Robert, baskemaker. Family (F791)
 
4160 William is listed as a vocalist Family (F46)
 
4161 William John Yetton, age 28, 131 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, attested 28 Oct 1915, RAMC, S/N 77226, occ: Insurance Agent; NOK: Ann Yetton, 131 Old Ford Road; Served: Home 28 Oct 1915-11 Sep 1916; En Route: 12 Sep 1916-19 Sep 1916; Malta: 20 sep 1916-17 May 1916; En Route: 18 May 1919-24 May 1919; Home: 25 May 1919-27 June 1919; Qualified as a competent Swimmer: 25 October 1918; height 5'4.5"; Highly flat-footed; served with No.2 Malta Coy.. Demob 28 October 1919. YETTON, William John (I1394)
 
4162 William opened the Stony Creek store in 1892.

He had tried to enlist for the Boer War but was too deaf. The story is told that he had travelled to New Zealand where he climbed a mountain and drank icy water which made him instantly deaf. He was very good at lip reading. During his medical, prior to enlisting, the doctor held a pocket watch near William's ear, he asked William if he could hear it ticking. Willianm replied in the affirmative, the doctor then told him the watch didn't work. So as he couldn't go to war he joined a local rifles brigade.

The Stony Creek store burnt down. There is a story that William was the only one at the store with his boots on.

William was till alive in 1943, his address at that time was 27 Catherine St, Geelong.

A Mrs Susanah Crutchfield died 28th March 1944 at Geelong. Her address at the time was 299 LaTrobe Terrace, Geelong. Plot owner - Gilbert Crutchfield 
CRUTCHFIELD, William Arthur (I5647)
 
4163 William Yetton of The Union Jack Caravan, Leigh Bec, Canvey Island, Essex; died 27 March 1919; Administration London 25 July 1919, to Ada Eliza Yetton, widow. Effects: £1894 10s 7d. YETTON, William (I1058)
 
4164 William Yetton, 22, bac, LV, Stepney, son of Peter John, LV AND Mary Ann Rebecca Ames, 23, sp, Bethnal Green, dau of Thomas, undertaker. Family (F344)
 
4165 William: bac of Chesterton; Mary: sp, otp; by Banns Family (F392)
 
4166 Windmillers could contact Francis Langford for details of four good mill sails carrying upwards of 9 yards of cloth, five and a half feet wide with the leading board to the left. LANGFORD, Francis (I292)
 
4167 Wit = Edward Jelling Family (F268)
 
4168 with grandparents GINN, Charlotte Marion Julia (I1425)
 
4169 with grandparents GINN, Sarah Elizabeth Christine (I1427)
 
4170 with her brother Samuel COUCHER, Mary Ann (I273)
 
4171 With his grandmother, Eliza King, widow, age 72 KEMPTON, Lionel Francis (I824)
 
4172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3251)
 
4173 with John & Mary Bigley, grandparents YOUNG, Levi (I2009)
 
4174 with John & Mary Bigley, grandparents YOUNG, David (I2008)
 
4175 with Uncle Charles Lowton ILLETT, Mary Ann (I3506)
 
4176 Witness = Wm Legge Family (F265)
 
4177 Witness: Mary Ann Culpin....? Family (F45)
 
4178 Witness: Thomas Legge Family (F27)
 
4179 Witness: William Coucher Family (F519)
 
4180 Witnesses: C.Cunningham Scott, David Dunlop Family (F2)
 
4181 Witnesses: William & Lily Mendham Family (F929)
 
4182 wrote to him; his daughter Jane replied and pointed me to Pauline Smith (nee Staden) STADEN, Reginald Charles (I1148)
 
4183 Yetton George Henry of 131 Old Ford-road London E2 died 7 June 1939 at Bethnal Green Hospital London E2 Administration London 5 July to Winifred Annie Hart married woman. Effects: £581 2s 6d. YETTON, George Henry (I1392)
 
4184 Yetton Peter John. 14 July. The Will with a Codicil of Peter John Yetton late of the "Rising Sun" Globe-road Bethnal Green in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler deceased who died 8 June 1863 at the "Rising Sun" aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of William Yetton of the "Rising Sun" aforesaid Licensed Victualler the Son and Benjamin White of Globe-street Bethnal Green aforesaid Builder the surviving Executors. Effects under £3,000 YETTON, Peter John (I1084)
 
4185 Yetton Robert: Administration of the effects of Robert Yetton late of 45 Mile-End-road in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler's Assistant a batchelor who died 20 August 1873 at 45 Mile-End-road was granted at the Principal Registry to William Yetton of 248 Globe-road Bethnal Green in the said County Licensed Victualler the Brother and one of the Next of Kin. Effects under £800. Resworn January 1875 under £1000. YETTON, Robert (I1092)
 
4186 [dau of Thomas Charles Heasman, publican] HEASMAN, Ada Alice (I1199)
 
4187 [daughter of William & Ann Pashler] CROSS, Catherine Ann (I611)
 
4188 [household of John Portway, Chemist] FREEMAN, Sarah (I1956)
 
4189 [household of Rowell] MORRIS, Elizabeth (I180)
 
4190 [household of Sarah Austin, widow, boarding house keeper] KEMPTON, Agnes Ann (I752)
 
4191 [household of Thomas Paice, draper] CULPIN, Eliza Ann (I837)
 
4192 [Living with her father, William Chambers] CHAMBERS, Mary (I904)
 
4193 [living with her parents John, 60, ag lab, & Ann, 54] MARSH, Emily Jane (I878)
 
4194 [possible - needs to be checked on PR] FORDHAM, William (I1473)
 
4195 [shows born "Tewin Cresant, EC] CULPIN, Frances Harriett (I555)
 
4196 [son of Herbert, brother of Reginald] STUBBINGS, Percy John (I1317)
 

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