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279 High Street, Cottenham

279, Queen Holme, High Street, Cottenham

History of 279 High Street

Listed building:

Late C16

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1841:

Mary Norman, 65, farrier

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1851:

Mary Norman, 77, land proprietor, b Cottenham

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1861:

James Baker Blackmore, 33, baptist minister of Old Chapel, b Devon

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1871:

Robert Norman, 37, farmer of 47 acres employing 1 man and 1 boy, b Cottenham

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1881: approx.

Richard Norman, 75, farmer of 44 acres employing 2 labourers, b Cottenham

 

Eliza Haynes, 32, agricultural implements proprietor, b Ely

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1891:

David Ingle, 34, carpenter and joiner

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1901:

David Ingle, 44, builder and contractor

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1911:

David Ingle, 54, builder woodwork, b Cottenham

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1939: Queen Holme

David Ingle, b 1856, master builder

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Modern: (279)

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