Plate 73: Thatched House and Cottages

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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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Thatched Houses and Cottages.

Abbotsley. (8) House, 250 yds. E. of Church, 17th century.

Holywell-Cum-Needingworth. (19) House at E. corner of Church Street and High Street, Needingworth, 17th-century.

Godmanchester. (25) Cottage, E. side of Duck End, 660 yds. S. of Church, 17th-century.

Abbots Ripton. (26) Cottages at Wennington, 1 mile N.N.E. of Church, 17th-century.

Godmanchester. (19) Cottage, N. side of Piper's Lane, 17th-century.

Hilton. (16) House, formerly Red Cow Inn, 120 yds. N.E. of Church, 15th-century.

Hilton. (17) Cottage, called the Old Vicarage, 250 yds. N.E. of Church, 17th-century.

Godmanchester. (26) House, W. side of Duck End, 17th-century.

Ellington. (5) Cottage, 80 yds. N. of Church, late 16th or early 17th-century.

Hemingford Grey. (4) House, formerly the Anchor Inn, 100 yds. S.E. of the Church, 17th-century.