1871: High Street
Steven Middleton, 45, railway lab, b Swavesey
Esther, 45, b Fen Drayton
Harriet H, 13, b Swavesey
Charles, 17, ag.lab., b Swavesey
John Payne, 48, hay and chaff dealer, b Swavesey
Emma, 45, b Swavesey
Eliza R Holmes, 19, b Childerley
Benjamin, 8m, b Swavesey
Esther Roby, widow, 70, b Fen Drayton, lame from broken ankle not from childhood
Benjamin Thorp, 39, cycle agent, b Swavesey
Hannah, 26, b Westmoreland
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and evele and motor stores at the back. All the buildings were alight before the rescuers had had time to remove very much, but the more valuable part of Mr. Thorp’s stock-in-trade was saved. with, it is hoped, the greater part of the valuable cups and other trophies be has won in various sporting events. Mr. Thorp himself was away in London.
9 & 11 were built on the site of the cottages burned down in 1913.
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