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140 / 142 High Street, Cottenham

140 High Street (88), Canonbury, Cottenham

History of 140 High Street


See Francis Garrett, Cottenham Ablaze:

30.12.1848: fire broke out at the shop of butcher Joseph Norman (now 140 – 142 High Street).The shop was burnt out.


William Hines, 46, gardener and farmer 4 acres, b Cottenham


James Pauley, 29, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Matthew Moore, 43, bricklayer, b Cottenham

Elizabeth, 53,


Elizabeth Moore, 65, annuitant, b Cottenham


William Camps, 69, ????? maker, b Waterbeach


Josiah Ward, 28, farmers son, b Cottenham


Alice Hewitt, 32, b Cottenham


Thomas Piggott, 42, brewer employing 1 man, b Cottenham


Elizabeth Moore


John Moule, 49, tailor, b Cottenham


John Ward, 50, labourer, b Cottenham


Emma Burkett, 39, b Cottenham


Alfred Emlyn Jones, 31, minister of the Old Meeting Baptist church, b Wales

1891 approx.

Elizabeth Moore, widow, 82, b Cottenham


Samuel Gifford, 48, ag.lab., b Cottenham


James Aspinall, 58, ag.lab. b London


John Ward, 67, ag.lab., b Cottenham


Henry Flack, 45, stockman, b Great Eversden


Samuel Gifford, 57, ag.lab., b Cottenham


John Ward, 71, ag.lab.


Walter Phillips, 49, basket maker, b Cottenham


Henry Flack, 55, farm labourer, b Great Eversden


Joseph Norman, 32, farm labourer, b Cottenham


John Ward, 81, pensioner former ag.lab., b Cottenham


Henry White, 65, farm labourer, b Landbeach



William G Ward, b 1855, farm labourer retired old age pensioner


Alfred J Smith, b 1871, farmer retired

Leslie S  Norman, b 1899, farmer and fruit grower (Air Raid Warden)

Modern: (140)


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