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33 Station Road Swavesey

33 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 33 Station Road

1861: High Street

Francis Benton, 85, formerly ag.lab.pauper, b Boxworth

1871: High Street

Mary A Mitham, 60, lately a shepherd’s wife, b Over

Robert, 27, shoemaker, b Swavesey

Susan, 25, domestic servant disengaged, b Swavesey

1881: approx.

Joseph Marriott, 73, grocer, b Swavesey

Moses, 48, ag.lab., b Over


James Taylor, 43, bricklayers labourer, b Herts

[not clear where Taylor family were 1891 & 1901]

Mary Ann, 43, b Beds

John S, 19, bricklayers labourer, b Beds

James, 17, ag.lab., b Swavesey

Simon, 11, b Swavesey

Annie, 6, b Swavesey

Eliza, 4, b Swavesey

Charles, 6m, b Swavesey


Moses Marriott, ag.lab


Moses Marriott, 67, agricultural labourer, b Over

1911: no number

James Taylor, 73, bricklayers labourer, b Herts

Mary Ann, 73, b Swavesey



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