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90 Rooks Street (photo E Smith)

90 Rooks Street, Cottenham

History of 90 Rooks Street

Cottenham in Focus, 2002, says that village gossip was that William Bedford and Nancy Cross each believed the other had money when they married.

1913: William Bedford, butcher, built house and shop with a mortgage of £128

1937: Ernest Albert Easy, butcher bought property for £625.

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