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215 High Street, White Horse Inn, Cottenham

History of the White Horse

1841:

Ann Norman, 72, publican

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1851: one house building

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1852: licensed. Belonged to William Smith and was kept by William Porter.

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1854: (1st October): William Porter drowned along with John Thurston of the Waggon and Horses, when their cart overturned and threw them in a drain.

Rebecca Porter took over the licence.

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1859:

Jonathan Piggott licensee

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1861: White Horse Inn

Jonathan Piggott, 34, joiner and publican, b Cottenham

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1871: White Horse Inn

Jonathan Piggott, 44, wheelwright, b Cottenham

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1880:

Charles Graves licensee

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1881:

Charles Graves, 29, carpenter and publican, b Cottenham

Jane, 30, b Willingham

Herbert, 3, b Cottenham

Edith Moore, 14, servant, Cottenham

Robert Moore, lodger, 54, ag.lab., b Norfolk

Mary Waits, visitor, 29, b Willingham

John Waits, visitor, 27, b Willingham

John Dunn, 26, groom, b Hants

Noble Buller Johnson, 21, undergraduate Cambridge University, b Ireland

Thomas William Waller, 22, undergraduate Cambridge University, b Wales

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1888: John Burgess licensee

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1891:

John Burgess, 59, innkeeper, b Wisbech

Mary, 52, b Great Barford

Ada May, 19, assistant teacher, b Wisbech

Margaret Kimpton, 18, servant,  b Cottenham

William Moore was licensee from 1891

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1897:

Jonathan Pauley licensee

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1898:

Henry Collett

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1899:

Robert Lindley Booth

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1901:

Maria Booth, 60, hotel keeper, b Derbyshire

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1911:

Frederick James Wells, 39, hotel keeper, b Herts

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1939: (151)

Burnard [sic] Hinds, b 1882, publican

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Modern: (215)

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