Buildings in Hanslope
42-48 Long Street

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In 1900 there was a row of three cottages here, since demolished.

The building on the 1900 map at the left (northern) end of the row may have been a barn.  People living in 2009 do not remember a house in this location. 

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Cottages in Long Street
     
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The following people are associated with 42-48 Long Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
Northern cottage 
Charles Webb 1857  1901 Census  Labourer in Saw Mills Ry.Carriage Works  80%
Charles Webb   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
Charles Webb 1857  1911 Census  Railway Labourer  100%
Charles Francis Webb   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  80%
Jane Webb   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  80%
Charles Francis Webb   1939 Election Register  at 30 Long Street  90%
Middle cottage 
Charles Homer 1869  1901 Census  Carriage Painter Labourer  50%
George Sawbridge   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
George Sawbridge 1873  1911 Census  Labourer brass shop  100%
Herbert Samuel Clarke   1939 Election Register  at Fairfield,   80%
Southern cottage 
Henry Gregory 1856  1901 Census  General Labourer  80%
Henry Gregory   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
Harry Gregory 1856  1911 Census  Sawyer at Mill  100%
whole building 
John Ashby   1779 Maps  owner  80%
John Ashby   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  80%
John Rose   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner  100%
16 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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