So there I was, just searching around for some distant Culpins and I found a lady with the rather stunning name of Emmeline Euphrosyne. Apparently she, Euphrosyne, was the Greek goddess of good cheer, mirth and merriment so .... not much for the lady to live up to!! I'm quite impressed with the name and I went to school with a Tryphena.
The other impressive find of the week was again on the distant Culpin side and involved a couple called Wallace and Mary Thoday. They married in 1909 and had a small child by the time of the 1911 census, when they were living in Cambridge.
Wallace is listed as a Demonstrator in Botany, Cambridge University and his wife as