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Prince of Wales Forge House by Trudie Wilkinson.pdf
Prince of Wales/Forge House by Trudie Wilkinson. This building was built in 1843, and had a thatched roof. In 1877 it was burnt down in a tremendous fire....

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Church Flower Festival 2008.pdf
The weekend exceeded my wildest dreams, I had said that if the Festival ....

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S A Wilson Chapel Street.pdf
Mr Wilson had the slaughter house and butcher shop in Chapel Street....

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Sam Pye Butcher Next to Barclays Bank.jpg
Early 1900's Mr Sam Pye was a Cawston Farmer who also had the slaughter house & butcher shop....

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William Russell Clock Maker.pdf
A well known Master Clockmaker named John Russell lived at New Street, Cawston in the 1800s, he was in business from 1827 (born 1793 - died 1870). Several of his family were also watch and clockmakers. In the early 1900s Austin Russell lived at the…

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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Chapel Street Map.jpg
A workhouse was built on the West side of Chapel Street, a convenient white brick building accommodating 70 paupers for Cawston and adjacent parishes, it was replaced before 1845 by tenements and let by the overseers to the poor parishioners.Early…

New Street.pdf
New Street From Memory Lane Early 1900’s by Stanley Oakes. New Street - early 1900's: On the right coming from the Aylsham Road was Marshall Howard's builders yard, he employed about 30 men of different trades. On the left were Mr and Mrs Sally…
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