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Australian Rugby Player Robert Coates Wooster (Far Right)
Australian Rugby Player Robert Coates Wooster (Far Right)
 
  23 Sep 2020

Edward Hawley Wooster in the Bowraville team 
  23 Sep 2020

Edward Hawley Wooster in the 1907 Bowraville Rugby team 
  23 Sep 2020
A Racehorse Called Wooster
A Racehorse Called Wooster
He was born in Ireland in 2014 and won for the first time in December 2017 in his ninth race.

The following are excerpts from a report by Michael Healy on the irishracing.com website:

Wooster foiled Nivvo's front-running effort in the extended mile and a quarter maiden at Dundalk. Oisin Orr (jockey) said: "He's had loads of runs and loads of experience. He's a grand horse and hopefully can win a few more." 
  23 Sep 2020
English Cricketer Ted Dillon
English Cricketer Ted Dillon
1913 Vanity Fair Cricket Print of Ted Dillon. Great grandson of Elizabeth Wooster of West Wycombe.
◦He was an English cricketer. He played first-class cricket predominantly for Kent County Cricket Club between 1900 and 1913, captaining the side from 1909 until his retirement. Educated at Rugby School, and later Oxford University, he was described as being "very free in style", and being a strong driver of the ball. He earned his cricket blue in his first year at Oxford, scoring 143 in the match against Cambridge. His performances for Kent were also useful, as he finished second in the batting averages to Jack Mason. He spent a large proportion of time in business however, somewhat restricting his first-class appearances. However, in a thirteen-year career he managed to amass in excess of 10,000 runs at an average of just over 28. He was a fine rugby player as well as cricketer. His rugby career brought him four international caps; two against Wales, one against Scotland and one against Ireland, in 1904 and 1905. He played as a three-quarter for his club side Blackheath. 
  23 Sep 2020
Les & Doug Hey
Les & Doug Hey
New Zealand rugby brothers Les and Doug Hey  
  23 Sep 2020
Melvyn Walker Wooster - AKA 'Snow'
Melvyn Walker Wooster - AKA "Snow"
Melvyn, or Snow as he was known, played rugby union for Poverty Bay between 1955 and 1957. On 10th August 1955 he played in a match against Australia for a joint team from the Poverty Bay and East Coast unions, losing 15-6 after there had been every indication of a much closer score.  
  23 Sep 2020
Russell Charles Wooster - Footballer
Russell Charles Wooster - Footballer
Team photo of Bradenham FC from their successful 1951-52 season, in which, Russell Charles Wooster played. His father, Edwin Charles Frederick Wooster is also in this photo at the end of the row in a suit and would be part of the club's hierarchy (manager?).  
  23 Sep 2020

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Tree   Last Modified 
I108748 
Wooster, John Henry 
b. 15 Dec 1893  Blackwall, Middlesex  Great Wooster Tree 26 Sep 2020
I574757 
Stocks, Hilda Sybel Maud 
b. 26 Dec 1903  High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire  Great Wooster Tree 22 Sep 2020