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43 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 43 Station Road Swavesey

1861: High Street

William Thorp, 36, grocer and corn dealer, b Swavesey

Mary, 46, b Swavesey

Hephzibah, 11, b Swavesey

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1871: High Street

[There is an extra family that needs to be fitted in for this census]

Joseph Mustil, 24, farmer 30 acres 1 man, b Over

Eleanor, 20, b Swavesey

William Twist, brother in law, 19, grocer, b Swavesey

Elizabeth Payne, 15, servant, b Swavesey

 

Jonas Thorp, 39, butcher, b Swavesey

Charlotte, 35, b Essex

Emma, 17, b Swavesey

Charles, 10, b Swavesey

Ellen, 6, b Swavesey

Kate, 2, b Swavesey

Annie, 1, b Swavesey

Clara, 1m, b Swavesey

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1881:

Marian Hall, widow, 51, annuitant, b Norfolk

Winifred, 13, b Norfolk

Ethelwyn, 11, b Norfolk

Agnes Dilworth, daughter, married, b Norfolk

Oliver, grandson, 4, b Norfolk

Baby boy, 1 m, b Swavesey

Sarah Richardson, 49, monthly nurse, b Peterborough

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1891:

James S Goad, 32, farmer and dairyman,

Mary J

Maud, 8, b Swavesey

Sarah A, 7

Thomas, 4,

James W, 8m

Dinah Bailey, 17, servant, b Bluntisham

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1901: unnumbered

James S Goad, 41, farmer and dairyman, b London

Mary Jane, 38, b Stretham

Sarah Ann, 16, b Swavesey

Thomas , 14, farmer’s son, b Swavesey

James W, 10, b Swavesey

Stuart, 9, b Swavesey

George Y, 7, b Swavesey

Constance M, 6, b Swavesey

Mabel, 4, b Swavesey

Lilian, 2, b Swavesey

Elizabeth Ding, 23, servant, b Swavesey

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1911: unnumbered

William Twist, 59, fruit grower, b Swavesey

Lydia, 52, b London

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1913:

but two iiitit.li and plaster cottages tenanted by Mrs Howlett; and Mr. W. Cain were wiped out. A tremendous blaze raged at this point, near the Swan pond, and the backs of the houses particular were devoured with marvellous speed. Mr. Twist’s house, was saved, although adjoins The burning cottages, but two rooms were damaged by fire. Some of his outbuildings were burnt, and at time the house appeared in considerable danger, but the Swan i>ond front, so that it was easy matter it with water.

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