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24 Petty Cury

History of 24 Petty Cury


William Helverson [?], 29, cab maker

Charlotte, 3

Rebecca Saunders, 20, servant


Henry Kent, 35, hooller [?] 1 man, b Berks

Ann, 45, milliner 8 females, b Suffolk

Elizabeth Ind, stepdaughter, 22, assistant milliner, b Cambridge

Ann Peachey, 27, assistant milliner, b Norfolk


John Harlow, 43, woollen draper clothier, b Asby de la Zouche

Elizabeth, 56,  b Warwicks

Elizabeth Whittle, 81, widower,  b Warwicks


Edwin H Rhodes, 24, shopman boot shop, b London

Mary A, 24, London

Emily M, 1, b London

Edith M, 1, b London


William Hamilton, 62, boot and shoe warehouseman, b Ireland

Alice, 58, b Ireland

Eliza, 21, b Bucks

Robert, brother, 59, late superintendant of police, b Ireland

Frederick W Seaton, grandson, 4, b Middlesex

Elizabeth Pritchard, 17, servant, b Surrey

23 – 24 Petty Cury (MoC16/55)


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Alice Howell, widow, 32, book seller, b Essex

Francis V, 9, b Somerset

Emma Mallyon, 19, servant, b Cambs

1901: building works


Home and Colonial Tea Stores

William Joseph Taylor, solicitor

George P Banyard, architect

[Banyard worked on the University Arms Hotel and designed Mackays]

S J Stevenson

W P Steen


Home & Colonial Stores, provisioners

24 Petty Cury c1960s (MoC244/72)

24 – 26 Petty Cury, 1960s

24 Petty Cury (MoC211/72)


Dunn & Co, tailors


Whittard teas coffees


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