Buildings in Hanslope
59-61 Long Street

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This row appears to shown as five dwellings on the 1900 Ordnance Survey map,and may have been home to five families in 1911, although in the Inland Revenue survey of 1910 it is recorded as only four dwellings.
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59-61 Long Street 2009

Long Street 1920s
   
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The following people are associated with 59-61 Long Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
Southern cottage 
John Chandler   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
William Chandler 1867  1911 Census  Wood man  60%
South-middle cottage 
William Bull   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
James Stonton 1847  1911 Census  Farm Labourer engine man  80%
Middle cottage 
Sarah Rainbow   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  70%
Sarah Rainbow 1834  1911 Census  Old Age Pensioner  80%
North-middle cottage 
Richard Wilby Hillyer 1839  1911 Census  Farm Labourer Shepherd  60%
Northern cottage 
Thomas Merry   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
John Quinney Taylor 1861  1911 Census  Horseman on Farm  30%
whole building 
William Goodridge   1779 Maps  owner  75%
John Hinds   1779 Maps  owner  75%
John Geary   1779 Maps  owner  75%
William Goodridge   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  75%
John Hinds   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  75%
John Geary   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  75%
E H Watts   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner  100%
William Chandler   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  60%
Selina Chandler   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  60%
18 records displayed.
Notes:
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Probability indicates transcribers' assessment that person listed is associated with the building on this page.

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