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The Spotted Cow, Northampton Street and former Northampton Boot Stores and entrance to Kettle's Yard

40 Northampton Street, The Spotted Cow

History of 40 Northampton Street

There are deeds for the Spotted Cow in the County Record Office dated from 1695 to 1921

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1839: Mr Richardson (London Gazette)

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1851: Nicholas Jemmerson (Gardner’s)

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1852: John Richardson (Slaters)

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1871:

Nicholas Jemmerson, brewer & maltster, 56, b Cornwall
Elizabeth, 51, b Swavesey
Ernest, butcher, 25, b Jersey

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1874:

George Jemmerson

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1879: N G Jemmerson (Post Office )

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1881:

Nicholas Jemmerson, brewer & publican, 66, b Cornwall
Elizabeth, 60, b Swavesey
Ann Crane, wifes sister, 60, b Swavesey

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1888: William Lees (Kellys)

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1913: The Spotted Cow

Mrs Annie Twinn

The Spotted Cow Yard:

1-2 Mrs Annie Twinn

3-4 Mrs Emma Taylor

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By 1937 the Spotted Cow had been demolished.

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