Buildings in Hanslope
7 Gold Street

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At the end of the 19th century there seem to have been a cottage set back from the road at 7 Gold Street.  This are visible in a photograph taken from the Church tower early in the 20th century, and it appears on the Ordnance Survey map of 1900.  This map also shows another building closer to Gold Street roughly on the site of the present house.  The present house has a date stone of 1912 on its face.

By the time of the Inland Revenue Survey of 1910, one 'grocers shop' is recorded on the site, owned by Frederic Keeves.  However the next two survey entries record two cottages belonging to Frederic Keeves.  The location of these cottages is not clear, but it seems probable they are on this site.

All the above photographs depict a building which is dated on its face as from 1912.

The map of 1900 indicated that there was an earlier building on the same site.

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The following photographs are available.  Click on a thumbnail to view full image or click see larger images here.

7-11 Gold Street from Church Tower, c1900

7 Gold Street, c1930

7 Gold Street from the Church Tower

7 Gold Street 2006
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The following people are associated with 7 Gold Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
John Adams   1818 Survey 1818  Owner  60%
Frederic Keeves   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner/occupier  100%
Frederick Keeves 1873  1911 Census  Plumber  90%
Frederick Henry Keeves   1918 Election Register  at Gold Street  90%
Emily Hester Keeves   1918 Election Register  at Gold Street  90%
Frederick Henry Keeves   1939 Election Register  at 7 Gold Street  100%
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