1881: [It is uncertain exactly Mary Mann lived west of the Chequers since she was the only address in Church End on this side of the road]
Mary Mann, 50, annuitant, b Conington
Alice Tebbit, sister, 68, annuitant, b Conington
Edward Tebbit, brother, 68, retired farmer, b Wicken
John Tebbit, brother, 60, retired farmer, b Wicken
1891: the Bottle House
John Payne, 57, farmer and hay dealer,
Caravan situated in the Bottle House yard:
William Badcock, 53, general dealer and grinder, b Dry Drayton
Margaret, 21, b Dry Drayton
William A, 1, b Over
1901: Bottle House Church End
John Payne, 67, hay dealer, b Swavesey
Emma, 64, b Swavesey
Flora, 19, b Swavesey
Percy, 15, butcher’s apprentice, b Swavesey
Henry Plowman, 51, police constable, b Hunts
Sarah, 51, b Gamlingay
No. 6, Bottlehouse was rebuilt after the fire of 1913, Nine beer bottles in the shape of a diamond were built into the end of the house.
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