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45 / 47 Station Road Swavesey

45 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 45 Station Road


David Papworth, 51, farmer of 60 acres employing 2 men, b Swavesey

Susannah, 50, b Cottenham

Amelia Cole, 15, b Swavesey

1871 High Street

William Coulson, 34, wheelwright, b Swavesey

Sarah, mother, 75, housekeeper, b Swavesey

Charles Hepher, 16, apprentice wheelwright, b Swavesey


Samuel Dodson, 57, butcher and farmer, b Swavesey

Louisa, 55, farmers wife, b Hunts

Bessie, 18, b Swavesey


John Mortlock, 54, builder and farmer, b Swavesey

Ellen, 54, b Lolworth

James W, 19, bricklayer, b Lincs

John H, 17, bricklayer, b Lincs

Kate, 16, apprentice dressmaker, b Lincs

Thompson, 14, apprentice bricklayer, b Lincs

Mary Aulden, mother in law, 73, servant, b Lolworth

1901 [see also 47 Station Road]

John Mortlock, 64, bricklayer, b Swavesey

Ellen, 64

Thompson, 23


Thompson Mortlock, 34, bricklayer, b Lincs

Edith Beatrice, 34,  b Harston

John William, 6, b Swavesey

Albert Henry, 1, b Swavesey

Ernest William Lauzzaria, nephew, 9, b London



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