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117 High Street, Cottenham

117 (99) High Street, Pond Villa, Cottenham

History of 117 High Street Cottenham

See also entry on 115 High Street, Cottenham


Thomas Haird, 50, schoolmaster


Thomas Haird, 61, farmer of 29 acres employing 2 labourers and builder employing 6 men


Thomas Haird, 71, parish clerk and farmer of 40 acres employing 2 men, b Waterbeach


Charles Haird, 51, builder and farming 32 acres employing 4 men, b Cottenham


Richard Haird, 30, vestry clerk, b Cottenham

1891 approx.

William Haird, 51, auctioneer and estate agent, b Cottenham


William Haird, 61, auctioneer and estate agent, b Cottenham

Mary A, 61, b Cottenham

Percy A, 22, butcher, b Cottenham

Ann Kimpton, mother in law, 83, b Swavesey

Elizabeth Kimpton, sister in law, 52, b Cottenham

115 – 117 High Street. Buildings pre 1902. (photo E Smith)

1902 (Pond Villa) house (and Victoria Villa) built on the site of Robert Norman’s house and bakery. See note on Victoria Villa.

1911 unnumbered

William Moore, 64, farmer, b Cottenham

1939 (99)

William J S Moore, b 1903, dairy farmer tractor driver


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