This house was the first named the crooked cottage.
Crooked Cottage known as Fen Cottage High street Wilburton Cottage now known as Fen Cottage No 2 West End Formally No 10 High Street Wilburton 6roods
Owner Joseph Rayment died in December 1888 & left the cottage to his daughter Ann Pledger of Cottenham. Cottage Valued £ 12.9.3d. William Pledger (Ann’s husband) died 14 .12 .1907 & left cottage to her. Ann Pledger died 1.8.1918 & left the cottage to her son Alfred Pledger.Alfred Pledger died & left cottage to his wife Harriet. Harriet Pledger sold the cottage to Henrietta Gibson Feast of Haddenham on 27.6.1929.Henrietta G Feast died 19.6.1933& left the cottage to her husband Harry Feast. Harry Feast died 27.4.1938. & left the cottage o his son Sidney Cockle Feast (now 15 poles)Sidney Cockle Feast sold the cottage to Percy W Barton 5.10.1950.Percy W Barton died 14.9.1977. & left the cottage to his daughter Beatrice Muriel Moon. Beatrice Moon sold the cottage to Clive Biswell on 2.3.1979.Clive Biswell sold the cottage to Mr & Mrs Shillito on 22.8.1980.Mr & Mrs Shillito sold the cottage to Richard Marr & Sarah Howard on 27 .1 1984 Richard Marr & Sarah Howard sold the cottage to D Foord & R.L.C. Driver on 26 6 1992 d Foord & R.L.C.Driver sold the cottage to Michael Head 1n 2001.
Donated to Wilburton archive group by Mike Head