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7 - 9 Station Road Swavesey

7 Station Road, Church End, High Street, Swavesey

History of 7 Station Road

1871: High Street

Aaron Metcalfe, 46, thatcher

Esther

Martha A, 12, b Swavesey

James

William D, 9, b Swavesey

Edmund, 7

Samuel Day Metcalf, 5

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1881:

Aaron Metcalfe, 56, thatcher, b Swavesey

Esther, 55, b Swavesey

James, 24, carpenter out of employ, b Swavesey

Edmund, 19, bricklayer, b Swavesey

Samuel, 15, thatchers son, b Swavesey

Susan Day, mother in law, widow, 79, annuitant, b Swavesey

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1891:

Esther Metcalfe, 65, b Swavesey

William D, 27, cowkeeper and grazier, b Swavesey

Martha A, 32, servant, b Swavesey

Selina E M, grand daughter, 2, b Cambridge

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1901:unnumbered

Esther Metcalfe, widow, 75, living on own means, b Swavesey

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1911:

Alfred John Willson, 32, grocers assistant, b Oakington

Rachel Willson, 32,  b Histon

Phyllis, 3, b Swavesey

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1913:

Mr. A. J. Willson’s brick and slated house escaped destruction, but kept smouldering, and was very seriously damaged later in the day.

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1925-1935:

Home of Alfred Wilson who used one of the front rooms as a sweet shop.

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