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1 Bourne Road, Caxton

1 Bourn Road, The Chestnuts, Caxton

History of 1 Bourne Road

Listed Building:

House. Early C17. Timber-framed with roughcast render, thatched roof.

Once owned by Rev F H Mabberley, the Radical Parson

1830 – 1864

Samuel Forham, the druggist


Major-General Harry Hendley

1 Bourne Road, Caxton (MoC25/62)


Bernard Matthew married Enid and became the Chair of Directors of Matthew and Son in 1937.


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