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(25) Regent Street

History of 25 Regent Street


William Crisp, 51, retired tailor, b Cambridge

Maria, 53, b Hunts

Rhoda Cromwell, 21, servant


William Crisp, 61, retired tradesman

Maria, 63

Mary Goddard, servant, 21, b Cambridge


William Smith, 20, baker master, b Cambridge

Emily Baron, cousin, 40, baker master, b Suffolk

Thomas Beardmore, boarder, 30, glass maker, b Stafford


See 6 Maids Causeway

Bacon and Smith


William Smith, baker and confectioner

Ann, 30,  b Cambridge

Blanch E E, 4, b Cambridge

Horace W, 3, b Cambridge

Mabel L, 8 mos, b Cambridge

Jane Merry, 28, shopmaid, b Orwell


William M Smith, baker and confectioner

Adelaide L, wife, 35,

Horace W, 13, baker’s apprentice

Mabel L, 10,

Anne, 9, b Cambridge

Emily Bacon, 68, cousin, living on own means,  b Suffolk


Herbert Carley, 47, sweet confectioner, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 47, b Suffolk

May Durrant, niece, 16, stocking knitter, b Cambs

Daisy Durrant, niece, 14, b Norfolk

Martha Durrant, sister in law, 51, house keeper, b Suffolk

After 1901 Herbert Carley is found at 80 Regent Street in 1911, and 80 and 94 Regent Street in 1913


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