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205 - 209 High Street, Cottenham

205 – 207 (145) High Street, Black Horse, Cottenham

History of the Black Horse

See Francis Garrett, Cottenham’s Inns and Hostelries

1826: premises bought by James Chivers

1837: Black Horse Stock Club formed

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1841:

John Moore, 25, blacksmith

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1850: house destroyed by fire in April. Rebuilt and James Nottage licensee.

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1851:

James Nottage, 37, inn keeper

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1861: Black Horse Inn

James Nottage, 46, farm 6 acres and inn keeper, b Cottenham

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1871: Black Horse Inn

John Graves, 51, dealer and publican, Cottenham

James Nottage’s widow had married John Graves.

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1879:

John Bartingale moves from the Engineers Arms.

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1881:

John Bartingale, 33, publican, b Cottenham

Caroline, 30, b Cottenham

Elizabeth Anne Moore, 15, servant, b Cottenham

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1891:

John Bartingale, 43, ag.lab. publican, b Cottenham

Caroline, 40, b Cottenham

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1894: John Kent

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1896: Herbert Ward

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1898:

Contents of brewery sold

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1901:

Frederick Tadman, 40, publican, b London

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1903:

Licence refused.

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1913:

James Piper, 45, coal dealer, b Dullingham

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1939: (145)

James Piper, 66, retired coal merchant

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Modern: (205)

 

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