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307 High Street Cottenham

307 (205) High Street, Cottenham

History of 307 High Street Cottenham

Listed building:

Villa, 1847. Gault brick, and slate roof, hipped with two symmetrical, internal stacks, and bracketed eaves.


John Wayman, 45, farmer


Sarah Wayman, 57, annuitant, b Cottenham


William Wayman, 35, farmer of 14 acres

Francis Garrett: Cottenham’s Inns  and Hostelries states that John Spackman had a small brewery here and sold beer.


William Wayman, 45, farmer of 20 acres, b Cottenham

Lydia, 38, b Cottenham

1881 approx.

Lydia Wayman, 48, landowner, b Cottenham


Esther Ward, 72, living on own means,


Lilies Lack, 37, b Histon


George Lack, 49, general engineer, b Milton


John Gautrey, 41, farmer and fruit grower, b Cottenham


(203) Grace Lack, b 1891, dressmaker


(205) Baden Gawtrey, b 1900, fruit farmer won account heavy worker


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