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3 Church End
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The following is summarised from a survey conducted in 2008.
The house appears to be a rebuild of c.1840-60 of an earlier building on the same site. There is no evidence to understand the earlier building.
The house is of 9" brickwork, with cogged eaves and a shallow pitched slate roof. The house is of four bays, and was at one time two cottages, equally divided by a central partition in the position of the modern front entrance.
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3 Church End 1950s
3 Church End 2006
The following people are associated with 3 Church End:
|Name||Year of Birth||Year of Interest||Source||Occupation/Notes||Probability|
|Joseph S. Neale||1834||1891||Census||Tailor||40%|
|Joseph Neale||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Joseph Paul Neal||1832||1911||Census||Tailor||90%|
|George Curtis||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|George Gregory||1818||Survey 1818||Owner||70%|
|Henry Harris||1910||Revenue Survey||Owner||100%|
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