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Church Lane / Church Street / St Michael’s Lane, Longstanton

History of Chuch Lane

1881: Church Lane

William Stanley, 44, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

John Doggett, 28, ag.labourer, b Long Stanton

 

William Ship, 73, shepherd and church clerk, b Long Stanton

 

Simon Crisp, 25, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

Elizabeth Shipp, 63, b Long Stanton

 

William Rignell, 62, ag. lab., b Long Stanton

 

Josiah Chapman, 37, carpenter, b Coton

 

Benjamin Wallman, 67, b Long Stanton

 

Thomas Doggett, 66, ag.lab., b Oakington

 

John Stanley, 64, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

2 buildings uninhabited

 

John Peck, 49, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

William Stanley, 77, ag.lab., b Chesterton

………..

1891:

Crisp Rogers, 49,  ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

William Rignell, 68, ag,lab., b Long Stanton

………..

1901:

Bernard Acres, 42, foreman on farm, b Herts

 

Alfred Rogers, 30, ag.lab., b Long Stanton All Saints

 

Francis Rust, 91, living on own means, b Long Stanton St Michael

 

William Stukins, 43, horsekeeper on farm, b Long Stanton St Michael

 

Alfred Crisp, 50, railway platelayer, b Long Stanton St Michael

 

Frederick J Parr, 36, stockman on farm, b Swaffham

 

William Collis, 45, ag.lab., b Long Stanton All Saints

 

William Layton, 37, yardman flock, b Wicken

 

Thomas Doggett, 86, ag.lab., b Oakington

 

Alfred Shipp,  59, ag.lab., b Long Stanton St Michael

 

Inholm Farm

John Rymer, 36, stockman on farm

 

Oliver Pink, 29, horsekeeper on farm, b Long Stanton All Saints

Elizabeth, 25, b Swavesey

Mary Eliza Pink, 4 mos, b Swavesey

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1911: Church Lane

Alfred Pink, 30, groom and gardener, b Longstanton

Harriet Pink, 63, mother, b Over

Bertha Pink, 14, sister, b Longstanton

 

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