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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.

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1851:

William Norman, 44, farmer 77 acres employing 3 labourers

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1861:

William Norman, 54, farming 30 acres

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1871:

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

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1881:

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

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1891:

Robert Norman, 56, farmer

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1901: see Baptist Chapel

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1911:

Robert Norman, 79, living with son, b Willingham

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1939: (96)

Clifford Norman, b 1869, farmer retired

Elizabeth Harris, b 1866, housekeeper

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Modern: (160)

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