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Re: Biddlestone's in the UK
Posted by: John Biddleston Date: December 06, 2001 at 14:39:39
In Reply to: Re: Biddlestone's in the UK by Diane L of 31

My Great Grandfather was named Issac Biddleston, he was from the Midlands according to my dad who is 74 years old. My Grandad was called John Biddleston, as am I, and my dad is called Jack.

My Grandfather, John Biddleston worked in Rotherham as a Fitter & Turner, and my dad was born in 1927.

This sounds like the exact same person, however I believe the name should be spelled Biddleston as in the town. There is in fact some stones there, which are called the biddle stones I think.

Anyhow, I am 23 and design childrens toys amongst other things!

John Biddleston

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