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141 (117) High Street, Alexandra Coffee House, Temperance Hotel, Cottenham

History of 141 High Street Cottenham

See Francis Garrett, Cottenham’s Inns and Hostelries

1879:

Bazaar held at the Rectory by Misses Banks and £80 raised to start a coffee place in connection with the Cottenham Total Abstinence Society

1881:

Coffee house opened March. John and Unwin and wife Lois appointed to manage.

John Unwin, 34, builder, b Milton

Lois Ann, 35, b Whittlesford

Elizabeth M, 10, b Landbeach

Ellen Mable, 8, b Landbeach

Emmanuel, 5, b Cottenham

Charles William, 3, b Cottenham

John A, 1 b Cottenham

Caroline Moore, 15, servant, b Cottenham

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1891: The Coffee Tavern

William Golding, 38, millers carter, b Oakington

Jane, 35, b Cottenham

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1897: premises damaged by fire in May.

Large room for club and social purposes built and managed by George Whitehead until death in 1942.

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1939:

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