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126 - 130 High Street, Cottenham

126 – 128 High Street (68 – 72), Cottenham

History of 126 -128 High Street

1851 approx.

John Emerson, 61, ag.lab., b Cottenham


William Sanderson, 38, cordwainer, b Cottenham


Jesse Norman, 24, ag.lab., b Oakington


John Smith, 24, ag,lab., b Cottenham


John Wright, 28, brewers labourer, b Cottenham


William Ward, 27, ag.lab., b Fen Ditton


William Moore, 27, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Sarah Sophia Flanders, 38, school mistress, b Beds


James Ely, 25, brickmaker, b Norfolk


William Watson, 42, ag.lab., b Cottenham


John Bennett, 31, harness maker, b Cottenham

1871 approx.

Young Burkett, 34, ag.lab., b Cottenham


John Norman, 50, ag.lab., b Waterbeach


Samuel Gifford, 27, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Richard Wilson, 44, ag.lab., b Long Stanton


Emma Bennett, 41, b Cottenham

1881 approx.

Joseph Norman, 37


Stephen Sanderson, 65, labourer, b Cottenham


Arthur Hopkins, 30, labourer, b Cottenham


Rebecca Willson, 48, b Cottenham


George Barrett, 35, labourer, b Cottenham


Samuel Gifford, 37, labourer, b Cottenham

1891 approx.

Thomas Norman, 24, ag.lab., b Histon


Ann Savidge, 62, b Cottenham


Fred Worland, 28, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Walter Osborn, 35, ag.lab., West Wickham


Frederick Norman,  28, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Joseph Norman, 50, ag.lab., b Wilburton

1901 approx.

Eldred Morgan, 42, clergyman C of E, b Wales


George Trundley, 36, farmer


John Bowers, 36, horsekeeper on farm, b Rampton

1911 approx.

Robert Sanford, 43, police constable, b Hunts


George Trundley, 46, farmer, b Cottenham


John Adams, 58, farm labourer, b Haddenham

1939 approx


Arthur C Trundley, b 1899, apprentice labourer

Dora, b 1903


Arthur Trundley, b 1869, ag.lab.

Rose, b 1871




Herbert White, b 1877, retired publican

Agnes M White, b 1881

Leslie H Goodwin, b 1927


Modern: 126 & 128


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