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Interesting Facts About Huntingdon
- Huntingdon is a market town in Cambridgeshire, England, chartered by King John in 1205. Having been the county town of historic Huntingdonshire, it is now the seat of the Huntingdonshire District Council.
- Huntingdon is joined by a medieval 14th-century bridge to Godmanchester across the river, but within the town, most of the buildings are from the 17th and 18th centuries. In one of the latter, the poet William Cowper lived for a short time. The bridge has a distinct kink in the middle. Apparently, the boroughs of Godmanchester and Huntingdon each started building their half of the bridge, but without co-operating or exchanging information. So when they met in the middle they discovered they weren’t in alignment.
- Nearby Hinchingbrooke House was the family home of the Cromwells. Built in the 11th century, the former nunnery came into the Cromwell’s hands at the Dissolution of the monasteries. The house later passed to the Montagus, Earls of Sandwich, who added the terraced gardens.
- Huntingdon was fortified by the Anglo-Saxons against the Danes during the 9th and 10th centuries, though it appears that the two sides took possession of the town in turn.
- Oliver Cromwell was born in Huntingdon in 1599 and became its Member of Parliament (MP) in the 17th century.
- The town straddles the ancient Roman Road of Ermine Street (part of the Great North Road), where it crosses the River Great Ouse.
- The former Conservative Prime Minister (1990–1997) and philanderer (1984-1988) John Major served as MP for Huntingdon from 1979 until his retirement in 2001.
- As early as the mid 10th century Huntingdon possessed its own mint and a market soon followed.
- The name Huntingdon derives from the old English term ‘huntedun’, which means ‘hunter’s hill’ or possibly ‘Hunte’s hill’.
- Huntingdon is believed to have been a staging post for Danish raids outside East Anglia until 917, when the Danes moved to Tempsford, now in Bedfordshire, before they were crushed by Edward the Elder.
- The town’s ancient market square is surrounded by several buildings of note, including a fine Town Hall (built in 1745), the Medieval All Saints Church and the Cromwell Museum.
- In 1068 William the Conqueror rebuilt and expanded upon an existing Saxon fortification to create Huntingdon Castle. It did not last long, however, as it was besieged by Henry II in 1174 and destroyed.
- Huntingdon prospered successively as a bridging point of the River Great Ouse, a market town, and in the 18th and 19th centuries a coaching centre, notably at the George Hotel.
- Facing the market square is the old Falcon Inn, once used as Cromwell’s main headquarters during the Civil War.
- Just behind the Town Hall, in a narrow passageway (once commonplace in the town), is a traditional old pub called the Market Inn, complete with its original timber-framed upper storey.
- Original documents on Huntingdon’s history, including the borough charter of 1205, are held by Cambridgeshire Archives and Local Studies at the County Record Office, Huntingdon.
- Huntingdon has a small park near the town with a small maze and traditional bandstand. There is also the very pleasant Riverside Park, from which a pathway runs alongside the river through a lovely tree lined nature reserve to the parish church at Hartford Village.
- The George Hotel on the corner of High Street and George Street was once a posting house. It was named after Saint George of England in 1574 and bought some 25 years later by Henry Cromwell, grandfather of Oliver Cromwell. Charles I made the George his headquarters in 1645. Later the highwayman Dick Turpin is said to have been a customer, when it was a coaching inn on the Great North Road.