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35 High Street Cottenham

35 High Street Cottenham

History of 35 High Street

Listed building:

Villa. c.1850. Local gault brick and slate roof, hipped, with boarded and bracketted eaves.

[The locations of properties become more difficult to locate even relative to each other as one works back through the censuses. The assumption has been made that families are likely to be at the same location in consecutive censuses but this cannot be verified.]

 

1851:

Phebe Granger, 40, laundress, b Cottenham

[next to]

James Curington, 47, land proprietor, b Rampton


1861:

John Savidge, 60, poulterer, b Cottenham


1871:

Mary Peck, 52, coal merchant, b Barton


1881:

Mary Peck, 62, b Barton


1891:

William Peck, ag.lab.


1901:

William Peck, gardener


1911:

William Peck, 56, gardener, b Cottenham


1939:

William Peck, b 1854, retired farm labourer

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