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160 High Street, Cottenham

160 High Street (96), Cottenham

History of 160 High Street, Cottenham

Listed building:

Late C17. The house occupies part of the site of the buildings of the Manor of Crowlands which were rebuilt c.1454. No evidence of the C15 building is visible.


William Norman, 44, farmer 77 acres employing 3 labourers


William Norman, 54, farming 30 acres


William Norman, 64, farmer 33 acres employing 1 man, b Cottenham


Robert Norman, 46, farmer of 76 acres employing 2 men and 1 boy, b Cottenham


Robert Norman, 56, farmer

The Norman farm grew asparagus amongst other vegetables.

1901: see Baptist Chapel


Robert Norman, 79, living with son, b Willingham

1939: (96)

Clifford Norman, b 1869, farmer retired

Elizabeth Harris, b 1866, housekeeper

Modern: (160)


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