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53 High Street, Melbourn

53 / 55 High Street, The Anchor, Melbourn

History of 53 / 55 High Street, Melbourn

Listed building:

House, formerly The Anchor public house. C16. Timber framed roughcast rendered and tiled roof with later end stacks. Wing at rear now forms an L plan.

In c.1840 it was owned by Thomas Dickason Titchmarsh and occupied by Mynott Titchmarsh, farmer. It became the Anchor P.H. in 1840’s when Mynott Titchmarsh moved to a farmstead in fields after enclosure.

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