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I am trying to find descendants of the Daggett family, who lived in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, England, from around 1880 to approx. 1940. The Father was Henry Ingledew Daggett, the town's doctor who lived and died in Boroughbridge. His son, William Ingledew Daggett, went to Cambridge University in the 1920's, and became a doctor. The last trace of him I have is no 13 Queen Anne Street, London in the 1960's, he was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, and this address is adjacent to Harley Street.I do not know if he died in London or not, or if he had children. He had a sister I believe, Edith?/ Ethel?, who I think lived in Boroughbridge area up until her death in the 1980/1990's, but again do not know of any children. Maybe William returned to the Yorkshire area? Please can you help me. I am not a family member, but feel I know the family. I lived in the family's big old house in Boroughbridge during the mid 1990's, and discovered several precious items belonging to the Daggett's in an old loft at the house, which I would be very pleased to be able to pass on to the present family is I could trace them