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High Street / Brookside, Long Stanton

History of houses in High Street, Longstanton

1871:

Samuel Phillips, 44, shepherd, b Long Stanton

 

Charles Wallman, 71, carpenter and joiner, b Long Stanton

 

William Phillips, 52, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

Martha Pink, 63, b NK

 

James Whithead, 65, ag.lab., b Long Stanton

 

Sophia Phillips, 79, b Willingham

 

Susan Witt, 82, b Long Stanton

 

William Crane, 48, butcher and grocer, b Long Stanton

………..

1881:

Samuel Philips, 54, shepherd, b Long Stanton

 

Ezra Philips, 26, baker, b Long Stanton

 

Ephraim Carrington, 45, foreman platelayer, b Oakington

 

James Crisp Rogers, 39, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

William Day, 36, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

William Phillips, 63, farm labourer,b Long Stanton

 

Martha Pink, 68, b Fulbourn

 

John Henry Yell, 31, railway porter, b Essex

 

James Whithead, 76, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

William Pink, 33, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

Alexander Bell, 76, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

……………

1891:

Brookside:

Elizabeth Whitlow, 59, independent, b Long Stanton

 

William Pink, 43, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

Edward Neal, 35, farm labourer, b Long Stanton

 

The Green [?]:

Harriet Ellwood, 60, sick nurse, b Willingham

 

Samuel Hawkes, 33, labourer, farm labourer

 

High Street:

Sam Phillips, 60, shepherd, b Long Stanton

 

Ezra Phillips, 33, baker, b Long Stanton

 

Alice Lankester, 22, b Long Stanton

 

John Wilson, 43, carpenter, b Long Stanton

 

Hodson Bell, 69, labourer, b Long Stanton

 

John Doggett, 38, labourer, b Long Stanton

………..

1901:

High Street:

Ephraim Carrington, 65, platelayer railway, b Oakington

 

vacant

 

vacant

 

Brookside:

Charles Holmes, 35, engine driver on farm, b Cottenham

 

Brookside

Simon Crisp, 45, ag.lab. b Long Stanton

 

High Street:

Ezra Phillips, 45, baker and grocer, b Long Stanton

 

High Street:

James Phillips, 36, boot repairer, b Long Stanton

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