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169 - 205 High Street, Chesterton, demolished in the 1950s to make way for Whitefields

Whitefriars, (169 – 205), Chesterton High Street

History of 169 - 205, Chesterton High Street

1913:

(169) Frederick Burgess, labourer

(171) Mrs H Rayner

(173) William Burgess, labourer

(175) Mrs W Hall

(177) James Dean, labourer

(179) –

(181) –

(183) George Shipp, milkman

(185)  George Garside, butcher

(187) Percy Craft, labourer

(189) John Coxall, labourer

(191) Charles Wilson, labourer

(193) Miss Gray

(195) Mrs Rachael Taylor

(197) John Cowell, maltster

(199) William Parnell, labourer

(201) Mrs Smart, charwoman

(203) Arthur Chapman, roadman

(205) Charles Stanford, labourer

1925 OS map showing cottages on the later Whitefields site

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