Buildings in Hanslope
19, 21 Long Street

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This red brick building forms two cottages.  The present building is believed to have been constructed c1920s.  There are no clear photographs available of the earlier building, although it can be glimpsed on the edge of one photograph from early 1900s.

In the 1939/45 war the northern of the two houses was occupied by Mrs Hunt, an evacuee from London. She was a sister of Jack Everett.

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January 2009
From Higham Cros road junction.

This page concerns the red brick building which forms two cottages; the first hidden behind the trees to the left.

This photograph probably dates from the early 1900s.

The thatched cottages on the extreme left of the photograph are in the location which is subject of this page.  The chimneys appear to be quite different from the chimneys on the houses to day.

From the 1920s

The chimneys just visible on the houses on the left of this photograph are more like those today, suggesting the current houses were built between 1910 and the early 1920s.

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The following people are associated with 19, 21 Long Street:

Name Year of Birth Year of Interest Source Occupation/Notes Probability
Southern cottage 
William Sawbridge 1842  1901 Census  Shepherd on Farm  50%
William Sawbridge   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  100%
William Sawbridge 1842  1911 Census  Farm Labourer  95%
Sophia Gregory   1918 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank,   80%
Ernest Edward Gregory   1918 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank,   80%
Walter Golding Everett   1918 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank,   40%
Sarah Everett   1918 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank,   40%
Bert Hillyer   1939 Election Register  at 19 Long Street  90%
Sophia Gregory   1939 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank   60%
Ernest Edward Gregory   1939 Election Register  at Myrtle Bank   60%
Northern cottage 
William Tebbutt   1910 Revenue Survey  Tenant  70%
Ernest Gregory 1881  1911 Census  Motor Mounter in Motor Works  70%
whole building 
Mary Panter   1779 Maps  owner  100%
Mary Panter   1779 Survey 1779  Owner  100%
Henry Dawkes   1818 Survey 1818  Owner  40%
Ernest Gregory   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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