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The presence of recent Gottses in Suffolk is mainly due to the Bacton family of builders setting up a business called ‘Cubitt and Gotts’ at the Station Works, Westerfield, Ipswich. From its website:
“Cubitt Theobald (as it is now known) can trace its origins back to 1903 when Charles Cubitt and William Gotts set up business at Westerfield, Suffolk. The company has developed over the years becoming Cubitt Theobald Ltd in 1998 when Cubitt’s merged with sister company Clement Theobald and Sons Ltd. “
It was William Marshall 356 who started the company, and there are several records for work done by them on churches. His brother George John 711 is also in Ipswich in 1901 as a builder’s foreman. His cousin John William Marshall 714 Gotts was also a stonemason who worked on churches in Suffolk.
See the Bacton tree #034.
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There is part of tree #009 who grew up in the Botesdale area