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180 High Street (106), Cottenham

History of 180 High Street

1851 approx.

Jane Smith, 36, widow, landed proprietor, b Devon


John Male, 60, farmer 100 acres employing 4 labourers


John Male, 70, farmer of 100 acres employing 3 labourers, b Cottenham


Lucas Savidge, 26, poulterer, b Cottenham


Elizabeth Smith, 56, annuitant, b Cottenham


William Angier, 34, farmers son, b Cottenham

1871 approx.

Ann Male, 54, landowner, b Cottenham


Mary A Norman, 32, dressmaker, b Cottenham


John Piggott, 56, brewer’s labourer, b Cottenham


Benjamin Ward, 37, painter

1901 approx.

Benjamin Ward, 36, painter, b Cottenham


Thomas Male, 77, retired farmer, b Cottenham


Samuel Carter, 22, teamster on farm, b Cottenham


Samuel Carter, 32, labourer, b Cottenham

1939 (106)

Leonard Carter, b 1894, smallholder fruit and flower grower

Edith, b 1897

Donald, b 1926

Doris, b 1934

Modern: (180)


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