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Sawston Aerated Water (MoC)

Sawston Aerated Water Company

History of Sawston Aerated Water Company

Possible location

Sawston OS 1885

In 1881 James Blake was living on the High Street, Sawston, near the Alms Houses. As this location was near the river, it seems possible that the aerated water factory was nearby.

1879:

James Blake, manager, manufacturers of mineral and aerated waters

Sawston Aerated Water (MoC)

Sawston Aerated Water

1881:

James Blake, 46, manager of the Sawston Aerated Water Co, b Isle of Wight

Mary,

Harry, 20. aerated water maker, b Middlesex

Ernest, 7, b Sawston

 

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