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Scotland farm, Dry Drayton OS 1901 map

Scotland Farm, Dry Drayton

History of Scotland Farm

Scotland Farm, although within Dry Drayton, is actually some distance to the south west and closer to the village of Hardwick.

1911:

John Thomas Jack, 47, farm foreman, b Papworth St Agnes

Mary Ann, 44, b Northants

Henry, 23, farm horse keeper, b Papworth St Agnes

Allen, 13, b Papworth St Agnes

Allen Tack joined up with the Cambridge Volunteer Battalion when he was only 16. He died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1.7.1916.

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