Buildings in Hanslope
65 Long Street

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This building formed three cottaes in the early part of the 20th century.  The part of the building nearest the road has since been demolished.
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In January 2009

In 1900 there seem to have been three dwellings here, stretching back from the road.  The dwelling nearest the road has since been demolished.  This page relates to the middle house which would have began at the end wall which is now visible.

Emily Clarke, nee Eyles outside 65 Long Street, in about 1905. Photograph provided by her grand-daughter Emily Keeves.

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The following people are associated with 65 Long Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
Eastern cottage 
Arthur Cook   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
George Bates 1858  1911 Census  Labourer Engine man on Farm  40%
George Bates   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  80%
Elizabeth Bates   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  80%
Middle cottage 
Charles Courtman   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
George Clarke 1859  1911 Census  farm Labourer  80%
Western cottage 
Vivian Chandler   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
Vivian Frederick Chandler 1881  1911 Census  Carting Labourer  85%
Vivian Frederick Chandler   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  90%
whole building 
William Richards   1779 Maps  owner  75%
William Richards   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  75%
Joseph York   1818 Survey 1818  Owner  40%
A C Whitby   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner  100%
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Notes:
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Probability indicates transcribers' assessment that person listed is associated with the building on this page.

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