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59 - 65 High Street, Cottenham

61 High Street, Cottenham

History of 61 High Street Barrington

[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.]


1841 approx.

Thomas Graves, 30, farmer

1851 approx.

William Graves, 37, farmer of 26 acres, farmer of 26 acres employing 1 labourer


John Graves, 28, farmer of 58 acres employing 2 men


John Graves, 38, farmer of 45 acres employing 2 men


John Graves, 48, farmer and gardener, b Cottenham

Mary Ann, 44, b Cottenham

Henry John, 19, b Cottenham

Florence Mary, 18, b Cottenham

Nellie, 15, b Cottenham

Clara, 11, b Cottenham

Elizabeth, 9, b Cottenham

Lily, 7, b Cottenham

Ethel Ann, 6, b Cottenham

Lottie Rose, 4, b Cottenham


John Graves, 58, farmer, b Cottenham

Henry, 29

Nellie, 23. housekeeper, b Cottenham


Lottie R, 14, b Cottenham


Henry Graves, 38, farmers son, b Cottenham

Agnes, 36, b Cottenham

[next door]

John Graves, 68, farmer, b Cottenham

Lily, 28, b Cottenham

Ethel Annie, 26,b Cottenham


Henry Graves, b 1871, fruit and flower grower

Agnes,  b 1874


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