Plate 71: Plastered House

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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.

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Plastered Houses.

(67) House, S.W. side of Back Church Lane, 210 yds. E.S.E. of Church, 16th-century.

(48) House, E. side of Causeway, 100 yds. W.N.W. of Church, 17th-century.


Godmanchester. (68) House, facing W. end of Cambridge Road, 370 yds. S.E. of Church, dated 1613.

Ellington. (16) Cottage, 260 yds. N.N.W. of Church, 17th-century.

Fen Stanton. (15) House, 160 yds. W. of Church, 16th-century.

Old Weston. (3) House, 300 yds. N.E. of Church, 17th-century

Godmanchester. (38) Belle Isle, house N. side of West Street, 920 yds. S.W. of Church, 17th-century.

Kimbolton. (39) House at Wornditch, 1 mile N.W. of Church, early 17th-century.

Buckden. (18) Cottage, E. side of Luck's Lane, 160 yds. S. of Church, 17th-century.