See Francis Garrett, Cottenham’s Inns and Hostelries. The pub stood between 90 and 100 High Street.
1724: Thomas Glover sold the property to John Sparke, Cambridge brewer
1753: Richard Negus licensee of The Tiger
1773: William and Philip Watts
1820: Jeremiah Cross; name changed to Red Lion
1805: bought by the Gotobed brewers of Trumpington Street
1826: William Woods
1828: William Haird
1838: John Murfitt is now licensee, referred by writer Richard Rolph.
1850: house bought by Alice Norman who ran it with her son Richard.
1868: After death of Richard George Radford took over
1870: Thomas Chapman
1872: James Cox
James Cox, 46, general dealer and farmer of 31 acres employing 1 man, b Cottenham
Catherine, 41, b Cherry Hinton
Harriet Elizabeth, 17, b Cottenham
William, 15, b Cottenham
Herbert, 5, b Cottenham
1889: Ernest Smith
1891: Red Lion Inn
Ernest H Smith, 26, shop dealer, b Cottenham
Martha, 22, b Waterbeach
Henry W, 11 mos, b Cottenham
Alice Rowell, 14, visitor, b Waterbeach
1913: licence refused and the house sold in 1914
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