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345 (237) High Street, The Elms, Cottenham

History of 345 High Stret


Thomas Ivatt, 25, farmer



Thomas Ivatt, 49, farm and brewer of 240 acres employing 8 men and 3 boys, b Cottenham

1871: The Elms

Thomas Ivatt, 29, farmer of 240 acres employing 9 men and seven boys, b Cottenham


Thomas Ivatt, 39, farmer of 245 acres employing 8 men

1891: The Elms

Thomas Ivatt, 49, farmer and fruit grower


A group of young men were fined for ‘tin-kettling’ Thomas Ivatt outside his house. each was fined 1s and costs. (See Cottenham in Focus, 2002)


Thomas Ivatt, 59, farmer, b Cottenham

Ellen, 55, b Cottenham

Ethel A, 29, b Cottenham

Sarah A Charles, 24, housemaid, b Willingham


Thomas Ivatt, 69, farmer, b Cottenham

1939: (237)

Ethel Ivatt, b 1871, retired

Modern: (345)


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