William VODDEN 

*1832 - †before 1917
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a) 1861 British Census
Dwelling: Beaford Village,, Devon, England
Source: RG9/1499 Page 37
William Vodden«tab»«tab»Head«tab»M«tab»29«tab»M«tab»Shoemaker«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Ann Vodden«tab»«tab»Wife«tab»M«tab»24«tab»F«tab»Wife«tab»«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Hannah Vodden«tab»«tab»Dau«tab»S«tab»3«tab»F«tab»«tab»«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Sidney Vodden«tab»«tab»Son«tab»S«tab»2«tab»M«tab»«tab»«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Thomas Vodden«tab»«tab»Son«tab»S«tab»4mo«tab»M«tab»«tab»«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
John Petherick«tab»«tab»Bro-law«tab»S«tab»11«tab»M«tab»Apprentice«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England

1881 British Census - LDS
Dwelling:«tab»Alley
Census Place:«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Source:«tab»FHL Film 1341543 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2255 Folio 8Page 9
Marr«tab»Age«tab»Sex«tab»Birthplace
William VODDEN«tab»M«tab»50 «tab»M«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Head«tab»Occ:«tab»Shoemaker
Ann VODDEN«tab»M«tab»45 «tab»F«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Wife
Sydney VODDEN«tab»U«tab»21 «tab»M«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Son«tab»Occ:«tab»Shoemaker
Elizabeth VODDEN«tab» «tab»15 «tab»F«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Daur«tab»Occ:«tab»Domestic Servant
Charles VODDEN«tab» «tab»12 «tab»M«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Son«tab»Occ:«tab»Shoemaker
Hannah HEARD«tab»M«tab»24 «tab»F«tab»Beaford,, Devon, England
Rel:«tab»Boarder ((Visitor))«tab»Occ:«tab»Dressmaker

San Mateo Times (San Mateo, California) > 1925 > August > 25 W. M. Vodden of the Easton drive filed a protest with the board about dangerous trees in the Easton Additon. Mayor M.G. McClinton told the trustees that he had investigated the tree situation complained of by Vodden and told the board that the trees were an actual menace. The matter was referred to the park commission to report back to the next meeting of the board.

San Mateo Times (San Mateo, California) > 1925 > October > 28 W. N. Vodden On Sick List........W.N. Vodden has been confined to his home on Easton Drive for the past few days by illness.

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  • Shoemaker
  • 1881
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