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codling

1, codlin
any unripe apple

codling

2
a codfish, esp a young one
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What would be wonderful is if more Codlings we have lost touch with turn up for the Wallington event.
Like every family, the Codlings has seen its share of tragedy, none more so than the story of Thomas (1775-1830).
Codling Dagg Rogerson Charlton D The Codlins may have been allied with the Fenwick family of Cambo, one of the most notorious and feared of the Reiver clans, who had their castle stronghold at what is now the magnificent Palladian mansion of Wallington - building work on which began in 1688, when the young Edward was 13 years old.
Sandra's father, Frederick Codling, 87 - whose parents ran the Newcastle Arms on St Andrew's Street in the city on the banks of the River Tyne, where he too was raised - had retired to York and was walking his dog one morning when he stopped to chat to a policeman.
Several days later another policeman knocked at Fred's door and explained he had a brother called Raymond Codling, an inspector in the Greater Manchester Police, who had begun researching the family tree.
But just days before, Inspector Codling was murdered at the age of 49 by a suspect he was questioning at a service station on the M62 in the early hours of September 14, 1989.