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St John’s Street, Duxford

History of St John's Street

The following are mentioned by William Farrington in his diary.

1861 census Duxford St John’s Street:

Esther Wisby, 59, unmarried, field worker, b Duxford

John, son, 23, ag.lab., b Little Shelford.


1861: St John’s Street

Samuel Bowman, 65, ag lab, b Duxford

Hannah, 64, b Sawston

John, 19, ag lab, b Sawston


1861: St John’s Street

Isaac Wilson, 50, ag. labourer, b Duxford

Emma, 46, b Essex

Ann Ogle, 20, daughter in law, servant, b Duxford

Richard Wilson, 16, under gardener, b Duxford

Alice Wilson, 12, b Duxford

Fanny Wilson, 6, b Duxford

Simeon Wilson, 4, b Duxford


1861: St John Street

John Waldock, 39, farmer of 350 acres with 15 men and 7 boys, b Essex

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