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Index of Birthday Celebrations

Name
Age
Year
Ayres - triplets (see right)
born
1909
Bayes, Harriett
80
Bettles, Annie
21
Button, Lilian
21
Chamberlian, W H (see right)
21
1915
Chapman, Margaret
21
Cox, Miss Gladys
21
Cross, Anita Victoria
born
Darnell, David
94
Denton, T H
21
Dix, Alice
21
Farrow, Mr R
80
Gadsby, Abraham
85
George, A J
90
Goodwin, Ray
21
Green, Miss Florrie (see right)
21
1909
Green, Miss Gladys Maud
21
Hales, Janet
born
Hensman, Elsie
100
Hoare, Mrs C A
90
Leaton, Miss Lilian Olive
21
Lewis, W (see right)
21
1887
Magee, Christopher
100
Owen, Dr
80
Page, Miss Winifred
21
Perkins, Frances
100
Reed, Miss B.
21
Rivitt, Miss Jennie
21
Scott, J T
90
Skinner, George
97
Smith, D F S
21
Tarry, Walter
80
Turner, A C
21
Whiting, Miss Winifred
21
Wiggins, Ann
90
Willmott, Joseph
70

The Rushden Echo, 31st December 1909

Triplets
The wife of Mr Ernest Ayres, of Dell-place, Rushden, gave birth to triplets—three boys, on Sunday morning.


Rushden Echo, 26th November 1915, transcribed by Kay Collins

Coming-of-Age—Mr. W. H. Chamberlain, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chamberlain, of “Hillcroft,” Irchester-road, Rushden, attained his majority on Tuesday, and in the evening a number of his friends were entertained by his parents at “Hillcroft” in honour of the event.


Rushden Echo, 26th November 1909, transcribed by Kay Collins

The Coming-of-Age of Miss Florrie Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Green, of High-street, was celebrated on Monday. A party of friends to the number of 30 assembled at the invitation of Mr and Mrs Green. Tea was served, and afterwards songs were given by Miss Noble, Mr Harry Jaques, and many others. Dancing and games were indulged in, and a very enjoyable time was spent, the party breaking up at 4p.m. Miss Green was the recipient of many handsome and useful presents.


Wellingborough News, 1st July 1887

BIRTHDAY PEAL - On Friday evening the church bells rang a birthday peal in honour of Mr. W. Lewis (a brother ringer) attaining his majority.

Note: this would be Wilhelm son of Charles Lewis the blacksmith



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