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Hudson adds fifth generation to close-knit Claydon family

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 July 2015

Five-generation family following the birth of Betty Warne’s great-great-grandson Hudson. Left to right, Hudson Moss, Abigail Frost, Sarah Frost, Julie Hudson, Betty Warne.

Five-generation family following the birth of Betty Warne’s great-great-grandson Hudson. Left to right, Hudson Moss, Abigail Frost, Sarah Frost, Julie Hudson, Betty Warne.

Three-week old Hudson Moss will not be short of attention from doting relatives – he is the fifth generation to be born into a close-knit Claydon family.

He is the latest addition to great-great-grandmother Betty Warne’s clan, the 83-year-old’s descendents including Hudson’s great-grandmother Julie Hudson, aged 62, grandmother Sarah Frost and mum Abigail Frost, 20.

Sarah, 39, said the shock of finding out the family was going to get larger soon wore off.

“It’s lovely, my daughter was really chuffed she had him so the grandparents could meet him,” she said.

“She’s getting married in four weeks, it’s all really nice.”

Despite the family’s size they have all stayed close by each other in Claydon.

Sarah explained she had grown up in the village and daughter Abigail was hoping to move back there from Ipswich.

“Every Saturday afternoon we all meet up round Betty’s,” Sarah said. “We’ve always done that since I was a baby.

“We all get on really well with each other, we’re a close-knit family.”

That spirt and togetherness shows through in Hudson, named as a link back to Sarah’s father and brother so he can continue the family name.


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