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5 Station Road Swavesey

5 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 5 Station Road

1871: High Street

John Netherwood, 50, widower, bricklayer, b Swavesey

Charles, 20, bricklayer, b Swavesey

John, 16, bricklayer,

Read, 12, b Swavesey

Mary Ann Coote, 23, housekeeper, b Hunts


1881:

Elizabeth Allen, widow, 56, annuitant, b Lolworth

Mary Ivitt, sister, 54, annuitant, b Lolworth


1891:

Ann Ivitt, 67, living on her own means, b Lolworth

Elizabeth Allen, sister, widow, 69, living on her own means, b Lolworth

Susan Francis, lodger, 73, living on her own means, b Childerley


1901:

Robert Collen, 48, mechanical engineer, b Soham

Elizabeth, 41, b Soham


1911:

Joseph Gillings, 86. widower, old age pensioner, b Swavesey


1913:

Mr. Rowcliffe’s house was destroyed, with old cottages, tenanted by Miss Rebecca Thorp and Gillings.

No.5 was built on the site of a cottage that burned down in the great fire of 1913. It was built by Robinson Mitham for Albert Parish, coal merchant.

No 5 Station Road, Swavesey.. Description

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