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Coach House Lane, Newton

History Coach House Lane

No.6 Coach House lane – Listed building

House, c.1700 with roof raised c.1720 and wing at rear added early C19. Main range of red brick, English bond. The house is said to have been the coachman’s house to the Manor Farmhouse in Town Street, Newton, now demolished.

1901 (census):

Post Office:

George Thurlow, 40, carpenter builder and farmer, b Newton

Elizabeth, 42, postmistress, b Norfolk

Madelene T, 7, b Newton


William Kemp, 76, labourer on the road, b Newton


David Fuller, 64, agric. labourer, b Hauxton

Mary, 48, b Newton


One house uninhabited


Elijah Fuller, 25, agric. lab., b Newton

Sarah, 27, b Thurston

Laura E, 1, b Newton

Percy E, 5 mos, b Newton


Betsy Prime, 67, widow, b Haslingfield

Albert, 26, teamster on farm, b Newton


Ambrose Kemp, 75, agric. lab., b Newton

Sarah, 69, b Hauxton





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