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Church Street, Buckden

History of Church Street, Buckden

1851 census: (exact location unknown)

John Farrington, 47, master baker, b Bourn, and family, including son William, in Church Street, Buckden.

In 1861 the diarist William Farrington is living in Duxford.


Mentioned by Farrington in his diary:

1861: Church Street

Amelia Priestley, 65, farmer 165 acres employing 6 men and 2 boys, b Buckden

Augustine, 39, b Buckden

Harriet, 37, b Buckden

Emily, 35, b Buckden

Henry, 28, b Buckden

George, 23, b Buckden

Sarah Papworth, servant, 17, b Alconbury

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