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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
The following people are associated with 42-48 Long Street:
|Name||Year of Birth||Year of Interest||Source||Occupation/Notes||Probability|
|Charles Webb||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Charles Webb||1857||1911||Census||Railway Labourer||100%|
|George Sawbridge||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|George Sawbridge||1873||1911||Census||Labourer brass shop||100%|
|Henry Gregory||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Harry Gregory||1856||1911||Census||Sawyer at Mill||100%|
|John Ashby||1779||Survey 1779||Owner||80%|
|John Rose||1910||Revenue Survey||Owner||100%|
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