Buildings in Hanslope
9 High Street

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The building was converted to a single dwelling around 1960.
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In April 2006.

In 1900 this was two dwellings. Number 9 was the right half of the building.

Aerial view taken 1930s or 1940s.

This shows the building before it was modified to become one dwelling, and the garage added, as above (see roof line linking to next building to the left).

The building behind the houses was called the Old Post Office. In the early part of the 20th century the ground floor was used as a builders store by Mr Dickins. Top story was used as a practice room for the village silver band.

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The following people are associated with 9 High Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
George Denton 1853  1891 Census  General Labourer  50%
John Neale 1857  1901 Census  Machine Driller  80%
Clara M Simons   1910 Revenue Survey  Owner  100%
Henry Clarke   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
Andrew Nichols 1841  1911 Census  Retired Blacksmith's Striker  60%
Betsy Nicholls   1918 Election Register  at Near Post   80%
Sidney Richard Keeves   1939 Election Register  at 9 High Street  90%
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