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65 Bridge Street

History of 65 Bridge Street


Shop opened by James Hodson


George Field, tailor, took over business. Sold up 29/11/1854


James Hodson, tailor. In 1851 his cutter, Osbourn, left to join the Chater Bros.


Josiah and William Chater rent premises for their brother Alfred and James Osbourn for £70 per year.


In October the Chater’s business here expanded when they hired a room next door in St John’s Street for a cutting and private room away from the shop.


H L Case, tobacconist


(63-65) Eastern Electrical showroom


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