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Thriplow Village Sign (RGL 2022)

Thriplow Data


There is guide to Thriplow church written by G O Vinter in 1951, revised and updated in March 2018 which contains an overview of the early history of the village as well as of the church.

Thriplow Society:

A Pictorial History of Thriplow

View in Thriplow (RGL 2022)

View Thriplow (RGL 2022)

Countryside near Thriplow (MoC)

Mike Petty:

Various people in the villages in the vicinity of Whittlesford are mentioned in the diary of William Farrington. These include the Sheldrick family, the location of whose farm is currently unknown.

1861 census Thriplow: Thomas Sheldrick, 54, farmer of 30 acres, b Thriplow; Rebecca, 50,  b Thriplow; William Ebenezer, 14, son, b Thriplow.


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