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Hop Bind High Street Cottenham

212 High Street, Hop Bine (Bind, Hopbind), Cottenham

History of the Hop Bine

See Francis Garrett, Cottenham’s Inns and Hostelries

1851: Benton Peck bought the site of a house burnt out in April 1850 and built the present public house and brewery.

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1852:

Fight between Richard Haddow Norman and Benton Peck. Took until 1854 for Peck’s licence to be restored.

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1877: Benton Peck died

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1881: Hop Bine Public House

Ann Peck, 57, brewer and farmer of 15 acres, b Cottenham

Walter, 33, b Cottenham

Caroline, 20, b Cottenham

Sidney, 15, b Cottenham

Clara, 12, b Cottenham

Harriett Rodgers, 15, servant, b Cottenham

Samuel Leader, 26, servant, b Cottenham

Julia Woods, granddaughter, 2, b Cottenham

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1886: Anti-Salvation Army Tea Party held at the Hopbind to protest against the Salvation Army establishing in Cottenham.

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1891: Hop Bind

Ann Peck

Sidney

Clara

Julie Woods, 11

Lizzie Wayman, 15, servant, b Cottenham

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1897: Ann Peck left the Hopbind and handed over to her son Sidney.

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1903: Sidney died aged 37, and his widow Annie Lizzie took over until she married Wright Spackman in 1905. Premises then leased to Bailey and Tebbutt.

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1905: Fred Arnold

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