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Regent Street and St Andrew's Street join, looking north (MoC107/42 X/2011)

1-7 Regent Street, Camden Place

History of 1-7 Regent Street

1861 Camden Place

(1) Frederick Whitehead, 34, chaplain of Spinning House, b Lancs [in 1871 living at 63 Hills Road]

(2) Rebecca Balls, 44, landed proprietor, b Cherry Hinton

(3) Elizabeth Piper, 65, independent, b Suffolk

(4) George A Skinner, 22, B A Cambridge, b Middlesex

(5) Massone Boyd, 79, General and East India Service, b London


(1) Elizabeth King, 54, independent, b Cambridge

(2) Anne S Foster, 50, independent, b Cambridge

(3) Elizabeth Piper, 75, no occupation , b Haverhill

(4) Sarah Archer, 76, no occupation , b Mildenhall

(5) James Neil, 27, curate of Chesterton, b Sussex


(1) Lawrance Headley, 32, agricultural implement maker, b Cambridge

(2) Eliza Bradwell, 68, b Middlesex

(3) William Roper, 35, surgeon, b Suffolk

(4) James H Moxon, 33, barrister at law, b Oxon

(5) Boys School

Emma Lankester, 56, principal of school, b London

1891 Camden Place

(1) Julia J Moxon, 40, living on own means, b London

(2) Alice Bradwell, 43, living on her own means, b Cambridge

(3) William R Roper, 45, general practitioner of medicine, b Suffolk

(4) Thomas Nichols, 73, grocer and provision merchant, b Linton

(5) Edwin Dennis, 49, printer, b Beds

Camden Place, Cambridge 1885

1-7 Regent Street


(1) William Farrow Taylor

(3) Miss Alice Bradwell

(5) George Roper, surgeon

Miss R K Roper

(7) J F Lamb


(1) Post Office Telephones

Post Office telephones Building, St Andrew’s St (MoC157.70)


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