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142 High Street (90), Pembroke House, Cottenham

History of 142 High Street

1851:

Joseph Norman, 64, butcher,

 

Jonathan Webb, 33, hair dresser and newsagent, b Great Swaffham

 

Thomas Granger, 65, ag.lab., b Cottenham

 

Thomas H Christmas, 36, builder employing 4 men, b Cottenham

 

Thomas Haird, 26, schoolmaster, b Cottenham


1861: approx.

Joseph Norman, 59, ag.lab., b Willingham

 

John Hopkins, 69, ag.lab., b Toft

 

Thomas Piggott, 32, carpenter employing 2 men and 1 apprentice, b Cottenham

 

William Norman, 40, wheelwright, b Cottenham

 

Freeman Peck, 20, ag.lab., b Cottenham

 

Thomas Granger, 75, ag.lab., b Cottenham

 

William Wallis, 53, brewer, b Swavesey

 

James Finch, 36, plumber and glazier, b Cottenham


1871:

William Norman, 50, wheelwright, b Cottenham

 

Joseph Norman, 24, ag.lab., b Wilburton

 

James Few, 42, groom, b Cottenham

 

John Wright, 48, brewer, b Cottenham

 

James Finch, 46, plumber and printer, b Cottenham


1881:

Rebecca Norman, 51, gardener, b Cottenham

Frederic Few Norman, 23, gardener, b Essex

Richard Henry Norman, 13, b Middlesex

 

Fred Thoday, 23, labourer, b Cottenham


1891:

Rebecca Norman, 50, gardener

Frederick F, 32, b Essex

Annie, 26, b London

Richard H, 23, medical student, b London

Harold E Jones, 8, grandson, b Cottenham

Hansel J Petitfurst [?], visitor, 30, b NK


1901:

Elizabeth Few [?], 66, living on own means, b Cottenham


1911: Pembroke House

Elizabeth How, 78, private means, b Cottenham

Elizabeth Battle, 44, nurse housekeeper, b Northants


1939: (90)

Ellen Moore, b 1863


Modern: (142)

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