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120 High Street, Cottenham

120 High Street (66), Pond Farm, Cottenham

History of 120 High Street

Listed building:

Probably late C17.

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1851:

Ann Norman, widow, 76, farm of 30 acres, b Cottenham

John, grandson, 23, farmers bailiff, b Cottenham

Eliza, grandson’s wife, 24, b Cottenham

Sophia, great granddaughter, 6 mos, b Cottenham

William Parnwell, 19, ag.lab., b Elsworth

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1861:

John Norman, 33, widower, farmer of 35 acres employing 1 labourer

Sophia, 10

Elizabeth Moore, 42, servant

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1871:

John Norman, 41, farmer 55 acres employing 1 man, b Cottenham

Sophia

Elizabeth Norman, 52, dairymaid, b Histon

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1881:

John Norman, farmer of 60 acres employing  men and 1 boy

Sophia, daughter

Elizabeth Moore, dairy maid

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1891:

John Norman, widower, farmer

Elizabeth Moore, 76, servant, b Histon

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1901:

John Norman, widower, 73, farmer, b Cottenham

Sophia Papworth, daughter, 50, housekeeper

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1911:

Sophie Papworth, 61, farmer, b Cottenham

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1939: (66)

Frank M Harris, b 1894, grocers assistant

Lilian M, b 1900

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Modern (120)

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