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20 Corbett Street, the Chapman sister c1900 (E Smith)

20 Corbett Street, Cottenham

History of 20 Corbett Street

According to Cottenham in Focus (2002) Mrs Robert Watson and her sister Mrs Chapman made pork sausages for the Cambridge marker circa 1900. They were usually 9d per pound, but in the smarter areas sold for 10d.

1901 Corbett Street

Robert Watson, 55, carrier, b Cottenham

Mary, 60, b Cottenham


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