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182 High Street, Cottenham

182 High Street (108), Eastward House, Cottenham

History of 182 High Street

1851:

Thomas Wayman, 54, farmer of 70 acres employing 2 labourers

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1861:

Thomas Wayman, 64, farmer of 50

 

Wright Spackman, 34, farmer of 10 acres

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1871:

Thomas Wayman, 76, farmer 60 acres employing 2 men, b Cottenham

 

Wright Spackman, 43, farmer 68 acres employing 2 men, b Cottenham

Mahalah, 40, b Cottenham

Wright, 15, b Cottenham

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1881:

Wright Spackman, 25, farmer of 30 acres employing 1 man, b Cottenham

 

Mahaleth Spackman, 50, retired

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1891:

Wright Spackman, farmer, b Cottenham

 

Malalath Spackman, 60

 

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1901:

Wright Spackman, 45, farmer

 

Mahalath Spackman, 70

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1911:

Wright Spackman, 55, farmer, b Cottenham

 

Mahala Spackman, 79, private means independent, b Cottenham

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1939: (108)

Annie Spackman, b 1860

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Modern: (182)

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