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30 Regent Street

History of 30 Regent Street

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1913:

Reginald Deck, chemist

[The family business had been at 9 King’s Parade. In 1936 Reginald remarried Ethel Doris Andrews of 11 Perowne Street.]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

Collins Servants’ Agency

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1935:

Reginald Deck (abode 28 Tenison Avenue)

Maggie Keeling (abode 63 Hills Road)

Angelé Cluzeau

Angele gave French elocution lessons and public recitals. [GW 2022]

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1939: (Electoral Register)

Reginald Deck (abode 28 Tenison Avenue)

Angelé Cluzeau (see information on Cluzeau family at Cherry Hinton Road)

Walter Few (abode 24 Sherlock Road)

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1950 – 5:

Angelé Cluzeau

In 1956 she was registered at Chesterton Hospital

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1964:

Deck and Simmons, chemists

Yorkshire Insurance Ltd

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Current:

Hospice Shop

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