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DNA evidence indicates a definite connection between this line and the Southwold, Pakefield and Ipswich Suffolk Sterry lines and a probable connection to the Lambeth line.
The Lowestoft, both branches of the Southwold lines and the Ipswich and Pakefield lines have therefore been merged. For the time being the Southwold, Ipswich and Pakefield trees will still remain as separate and identifiable trees. However, any future updates to either branches of the Southwold line or the Ipswich or Pakefield lines will only appear on the merged version to avoid possible synchonisation errors. So anyone with a particular interest in viewing the Southwold, Ipswich or Pakefield lines should check the merged version - now within the Lowestoft line - for the most current information.
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Local football teams still compete for the Sterry Cup
View this individual — John Steward Sterry
Note: Margaret Joan Sterry (Peggy) 1912-1989 wrote: " My Grandpa Sterry - He presented a large silver cup for the E. Anglian teams with the hope of encouraging his sons to play but only my father (Reginald Clifford Sterry) took it up with a mad enthusiasm which lasted to the end of his days. [Roland Sterry]