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Elizabeth Woodcock

83 Station Road, Woodcock Cottage, Impington

History of 83 Station Road

Listed Building:

House. C17. Timber framed and plastered first floor with painted brick at ground floor possibly casing timber frame. Thatch roof with wide, reduced local brick ridge stack.

83 Station Road, Impington

Slate plaque on wall inscribed, ‘Here lived Elizabeth Woodcock buried in a snow drift on the common for eight days from 2-10 February 1799 and survived’.

Nutcrackers, believe to be those of Elizabeth Woodcock © Museum of Cambridge

83 Station Road, Histon (MoC48/57)

83 Station Road c.1980 (MoC11/89)

See memorial

See additional accounts of Elizabeth Woodcock.

Also more information  at the Three Tuns.


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