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Olive and Olive, Regent Street

(34) Regent Street

History of 34 Regent Street

1861: ?

1871:

William B Cornwell, 40, fishmonger, b Suffolk

Lucy T, 35, sister, fishmonger, b Suffolk

Elizabeth M, 33, sister, fishmonger, b Suffolk

Eleanor M Frost, visitor, 13, b Middlesex

………….

1881:

William Cornwell, 45, fishmonger, b Suffolk

Lucy

Elizabeth

……………

1891:

Grenville Lennox Olive, 36, fish game and poultry dealer, b Gloucs

Louisa E, 39, b Worcs

Grenville A Pritchard, nephew, 10, b Worcs

Annie Chandler, 17, servant, b Girton

According to CK (2020) his ancestors, Grenville Lennox Olive and wife Louise Olive, ran fishmonger businesses in Cambridge and Cheltenham. Their nephew Grenville Arthur Pritchard also had a fishmongers in Pershore.

Olive family, 34 regent Street

Louisa Olive (née Horton)

………..

1901:

Louisa Olive, widow, 48, fish merchant, b Worcs

Grenville Pritchard, 21, fish merchant’s clerk, b Worcs

Martha Lawrence, servant, 26, b Haslingfield

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