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195 High Street Cottenham

191 & 193 High Street, Dunstal House, Cottenham

History of 191-3 High Street

Listed building:

Villa, mid C19. Local gault brick, and slate roof, hipped with paired brackets to boarded eaves and end stacks symmetrically placed with original chimney pots.


James Chivers, 45, brewer


Marmaduke Ivatt, 27, farm of 100 acres employing 8 labourers, b Cottenham


James Chivers, 56, brewer farmer of 35 acres employing 4 men, b Cottenham

1861: approx.

Sarah Ivatt, 75, owner of property annuitant, b Cottenham


James Chivers, 66, retired brewer and farmer, b Cottenham


Ebenezer Chivers, 39, brewer and farmer 112 acres employing 8 men and 1 boy


Ebenezer Chivers, 40, brewer and farmer of 50 acres employing 7 men and 1 boy


Ebenezer Chivers, 50, brewer and farmer of 50 acres employing 4 labourers


Ebenezer Chivers, 60, brewer and farmer, b Cottenham


Ebenezer Chivers, 70, living on own means, b Cottenham


Amos Edwin Norman, 46, butcher and gardener, b Cottenham

1939: (141)

Horace Savidge, b 1871, farming

Modern: (195)


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