5 Bar Lane, Stapleford

The 1861UK Census lists Peter Dean as an agricultural labourer and publican on 7 April 1861[1]. He was listed as the principal resident at 5 Bar Lane, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire, England.

5 Bar Lane

This house, described in the British Listed Buildings[2] as a

 “Dormer Cottage, c.1750. Timber-framed, plaster rendered, and part weatherboarded. Tiled, mansard roof with rebuilt ridge stack. Single range of three  room plan, with gable end to road. One storey and attic. Two gable dormers. All the fenestration is C20 and the doorway is in a C20 lean-to porch. The rear side wall has raised key blocks of plaster to arches in original door and window openings.”

Dean family history records Peter and his wife Naomi as operating The Beer House (now The Tree) at 9 Bar Lane in Stapleford[3].

The Tree, Stapleford (formerly The Beer House)

[1] 1861UK Census Stapleford Cams, p.9.

[3] 1996 letter from Ken Dean


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