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Fish Pond Cottages, Long Stanton

History of Fish Pond


James Pink, 41 ag.lab., b Longstanton All Saints

Susann, 34, b Rampton

Ann, 12, b Longstanton All Saints

[Ann married James Neal in 1870. In 1871 they are lodgers on the High Street, Longstanton. In 1881 they are living off King Street, Cambridge]

Josiah, 6, b Longstanton All Saints

Walter, 3, b Longstanton All Saints

Henry Robertson, lodger, 67, ag.lab., b Longstanton All Saints

The Pink family had moved from Rampton.    In 1871 and 1881 the family were living on the High Street, Longstanton.


Jonathan Cross, 24, ag.lab., b Longstanton All Saints

Sarah, 24, b Ely

Edward, 9 mos, b Longstanton All Saints


James Pratt, 76, ag.lab., b Cambs


Jonathan Cross, 33, ag,lab., b Long Stanton


John Pratt, 28, ag.lab., b Long Stanton


Abraham Neal, 34, farm labourer, b Long Stanton


John Pratt, 38, farm labourer, b Cherry Hinton


Abraham Neal, farmer


John Pratt, 48, labourer, b Cherry Hinton


Abraham Neal, 55, ag.lab., b Long Stanton


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