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The Hall Farm / Rectory Farm / Trinity Farm, Milton Road

History of The Hall Farm

The farm marked as Rectory Farm on the 1885 OS map seems likely to be the same as The Hall Farm as listed on the 1891 census. the farm lies beyond Trinity Hall farm and the railway crossing. On the 1925 OS map the farm’s name is now Trinity Farm.


Thomas Chivers, head, farmer, b Histon

Eliza, 66, b Histon

Lillah, 28, housekeeper, b Histon

Elvenia, 26, b Histon

Hilda Persila Burkett Chivers, granddaughter, 11, b Histon


John Churchman, head, 39, ag.lab., b Harston

Harriett S, 34, b Suffolk

Harriett Russell, 17, b Harston

Bertie, son, 14, ag.lab., b Bottisham

Ethel Mary Kiddy, daughter, 13, b Suffolk

Arthur George Kiddy, son, 12, b Suffolk

William Kiddy, son, 10, b Horseheath

Alice Selina Churchman, daughter, 3, b Horseheath


William Sadler, 58, farm labourer, b Coton

Jame, 56, b Bourn

Frederick, 29, farm labourer, b Coton

Amy, 24, cook, b Coton

Sidney, 22, farm labourer, b Coton

Enos, 20, farm labourer, b Coton

Clara, 13, b Coton


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