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1 – 2 Peas Hill

History of 1 -2 Peas Hill

1851

(1 Union Street)

R Oadams, widow, 49, box maker, b Burwell

(2 Peas Hill)

Frederick Hayles, 39, shoemaker employing 1 man, b Fordham

1861

(1 Peas Hill) Public House

Joseph Hunt, 45, harness maker and publican, b Haddenham

(2 Peas Hill)

Frederic Hayles, 49, shoemaker master employing 7 men 8 boys and 3 women

1913

(1) J P Young, draper & milliner

(2) W & R Fletcher, butchers, Joseph Probert manager

21/6/1916: Decorated. Lance Corporal W. Hassock,
London Rifles (who, previous to joining up was employed by Messrs. W and R. Fletcher, Ltd., Peas Hill) has been awarded the DCM. He was attached to a machine-gun section and continued to work
his gun when all his comrades had fallen. (Cam.News)

1962

(1-2) Automodels, model specialists

(2) G P Reece, radio engineers

2018

Ark, gift shop

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