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It's the fifth generation game

PUBLISHED: 16:13 28 May 2009 | UPDATED: 14:01 03 July 2010

Little Tia Gray is cradled by her mother Sophie Tuddenham, also pictured are Jayne Chorley, Margaret Nickerson and Chrissie Miller.

Little Tia Gray is cradled by her mother Sophie Tuddenham, also pictured are Jayne Chorley, Margaret Nickerson and Chrissie Miller.

Getting together is not a problem for this family of five generations who all live within a stone's throw of each other.

The latest addition - little Tia Gray - is shown being cradled by her mother Sophie Tuddenham, 18, as the family line up for this five generations picture.

Getting together is not a problem for this family of five generations who all live within a stone's throw of each other.

The latest addition - little Tia Gray - is shown being cradled by her mother Sophie Tuddenham, 18, as the family line up for this five generations picture.

Beauty therapy student Sophie and her partner of two and a half years PCSO Vincent Gray, 20, are house-hunting but living with her mother Jayne Chorley, 45, a supervisor at the pre-school in their home village of Ormesby St Margaret.

Next is baby's great grandmother Margaret Nickerson, 67, and her mother - the veteran of the family at 92 - Chrissie Miller, who both live up the road in Hemsby. All the family were born locally only ever moving between the villages in the northern parish.

Mrs Chorley, said contented Tia who arrived on time weighing 7lb 15oz had plenty to be happy about with so many people at home to give her cuddles, among them grandad David and adoring uncle Robert, 16.


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