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Fred Airie Knackerman.pdf
Dead, Dying, and Injured farm animals including horses were collected by the Knackerman, a Slaughter House which was used for this purpose was at the rear of Perrys Lane Farm. Eastgate....

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Dunn Family.pdf
Dunn Family in Cawston - At the present time there are no members of this family left in the village as they have migrated to other places in the vicinity and abroad. The furthest I can go back is to what my grandfather....

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Howard Builders Brickmaker and Undertaker.pdf
Photos of staff and invoices etc. Richard Bothway Howard's Father Norman (1904-1972) was a Master Builder trading as M.D. Howard & Son, Cawston, The business was started in 1886 by his great uncle W.A. Howard who lived at Church Farm,…

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Roll of Honour for those who gave their lives for our country & War Memorials.

File 2/Roll of Honour WW1
File 3/Role of Honour WW2
File 4/ War Memorials
File 5/Lieutenant Cecil Faulkner Cawston - Boer War 1899-1902
File 6/War Memorial…

A Walk Down Chalel Street 1930s by Ivan Purdy.pdf
Chapel Street: History of Chapel St/Prince of Wales Rd from the Parish Magazine, January 1995 by Dennis W. Easton. First of all there were the Mills at Sygate driven by the wind when my grandfather left school in the 1860's he went to work at the…

Village Sign.pdf
In 1937 the Cawston Sign was carved and painted by Mr. H. Carter of Swaffham, it was unveiled as a memorial of the Coronation of King George V1, by H.M. Lieut, of the County, Mr Colman and given by the Parish Council, the centre panel shows a weaver…
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