A report on Harston

Henrietta Long of Harston Hall
Thomas Wale of Little Shelford and Harston, aged 93

Village and civil parish in South Cambridgeshire, England, located around 5 miles south of Cambridge.

- Harston
Henrietta Long of Harston Hall

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South Cambridgeshire

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Local government district of Cambridgeshire, England, with a population of 148,755 at the 2011 census.

Local government district of Cambridgeshire, England, with a population of 148,755 at the 2011 census.

Longstanton, one of the many villages of the district
Oakington, one of the many villages in the district
Histon, one of the largest villages in the district

Abington Piggotts – Arrington – Babraham – Balsham – Bar Hill – Barrington – Bartlow – Barton – Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth – Bourn – Boxworth – Caldecote – Cambourne – Carlton – Castle Camps – Caxton – Childerley – Chishills – Chittering – Comberton – Conington – Coton – Cottenham – Croxton – Croydon – Dry Drayton – Duxford – Elsworth – Eltisley – Fen Ditton – Fen Drayton – Fowlmere – Foxton – Fulbourn – Gamlingay – Girton – Grantchester – Graveley – Great Abington – Great Eversden – Great Shelford – Great Wilbraham – Guilden Morden – Hardwick – Harlton – Harston – Haslingfield – Hatley – Hauxton – Heydon – Hildersham – Hinxton – Histon – Horseheath – Horningsea – Ickleton – Impington – Kingston – Knapwell – Landbeach – Linton – Litlington – Little Abington – Little Eversden – Little Gransden – Little Shelford – Little Wilbraham – Lolworth – Longstanton – Longstowe – Madingley – Melbourn – Meldreth – Milton – Newton – Oakington – Orchard Park – Orwell – Over – Pampisford – Papworth Everard – Papworth St Agnes – Rampton – Sawston – Shepreth – Shingay cum Wendy – Shudy Camps – Six Mile Bottom – Stapleford – Steeple Morden – Stow-cum-Quy – Swavesey – Tadlow – Teversham – Thriplow & Heathfield – Toft – Waterbeach – West Wickham – West Wratting – Weston Colville – Westwick – Whaddon – Whittlesford – Willingham – Wimpole

A10 in the City of London

A10 road (England)

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Major road in England.

Major road in England.

A10 in the City of London
A10 outside Hertford facing south towards London
A10 Wadesmill bypass undergoing remedial work before opening

Once in Cambridgeshire, the topography changes from undulating hills to flat agricultural and fenlands, round the villages of Melbourn and Foxton (the road going over a level crossing adjacent to Foxton railway station), through Harston and up to the M11 motorway at junction 11, near Cambridge.

Harston railway station

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Harston was a railway station on the Cambridge Line, which served the village of Harston in Cambridgeshire.

Thomas Wale of Little Shelford and Harston, aged 93

Thomas Wale

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Cambridgeshire gentleman born at Risby, Suffolk on 7 September 1701 and died in 1796.

Cambridgeshire gentleman born at Risby, Suffolk on 7 September 1701 and died in 1796.

Thomas Wale of Little Shelford and Harston, aged 93

In 1653 Robert Wale's wife was joyntured for life out of Harston Hall and her son Robert started the merchants business at Riga with £500 obtained by mortgage on this property.