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75 - 77High Street Chesterton

111 -117 (75 – 77) High Street Chesterton

History of 109 High Street Chesterton

A pair of clay and clunch cottages

1901:

(75)

Alfred Doggett, 58, bricklayer, b Chesterton

Rachel, 57, b Cambridge

Arthur, 26, bricklayer, b Chesterton

William, 25, bricklayer, b Chesterton

Mary, 19, servant, b Chesterton

Charles, 16, ? boy, b Chesterton

75 & 77 Chesterton High Street with Arthur’s Buildings

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1913:

75 – 77: Robert Stanley, chimney sweep

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1930s:

Demolished in 1930s and replaced with terrace of four houses

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1962:

not listed

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