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10 / 12 Station Road, Swavesey

10 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 10 Station Road

This address is attached to no.12. One resident of the building in 1913 can be easily identified, Robinson Mitham, the other is less clear.

1871 High Street

John Mitham, 37, builder employing 6 men 1 boy, b Swavesey

Lucy, 37, b Suffolk

Robinson, 5, b Swavesey

Charlotte A, 3, b Swavesey



John Mitham, 27, carpenter and joiner, b Swavesey

Emily R, 26, b Derby

Charlotte, 1, b Swavesey



Robinson Mitham, 55, builder and farmer, b Swavesey

Mary Jane, 58, b Hilton

Louisa, 25, assistant schoolteacher, b Swavesey

Ernest John, 23, carpenter and joiner, b Swavesey

Robinson, 22, farmer’s son, b Swavesey

Phoebe Elizabeth, 21, b Swavesey

Samuel Furness, 20, carpenter and joiner, b Swavesey


Two substantial brick houses occupied by P.C. Plowman and Mr. Robinson Mitham, carpenter and builder, escaped. Mr. Mitham’s workshop caught alight, but was speedily extinguished.


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