Buildings in Hanslope
2 Long Street

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This house is thought to have been built between 1900 and 1910.  It does not appear on the Ordnance Survey map of 1900, but by the 1911 Census, there appear to be people living in the house.

Older resident remember Frederick Cook and his wife Mary Ann living here.  After Frederick died. Mary Ann moved to Northampton where she opened a small sweet shop.  Children of the time remember with pleasure trips to Northampton including visits to the shop where they could expect a treat.

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In January 2009
This page is about the first house, the red brick house on the right.

Long Street from the south in the 1920s

A similar view a few years earlier.

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The following people are associated with 2 Long Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
John Rose   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner  100%
Frederick Cook   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
Frederick Cook 1872  1911 Census  Bricklayer boilers  95%
Mary Ann Cook   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  60%
Frederick Cook   1918 Election Register  at Long Street  60%
Frederick Henry Bellham   1939 Election Register  at The Garage   100%
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