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35 Petty Cury

History of 35 Petty Cury

1851: ?


1861: (35)

Oliver Dring, 54, butcher, b Hunts



Kendall and Son, umbrella and sunshade manufacturer

(35a) Smith, James and Sons, dyers and cleaners

35a Petty Cury, c1910 (MoC)


(35-35A) At some point during the 1950s and 60s, Charles Keith was at this address. [private communication]

34-35 Petty Cury c1960 (MoC253/72)



James Smith & Sons (Cleaners) Ltd, dyers & cleaners

(35a) Ken Stevens, musical instrument dealer




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