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4 Regent Street

History of 4 Regent Street

1851:

Henry John Hayles Bond, 49 Corpus College Physician, b Norfolk [1801-1883]

Mary, 46, b Norfolk

Louisa M, 15, b Cambridge

Frances J, 13, b Cambridge

Ellen M, 12, b Cambridge

Henry M, 11, b Cambridge

Sophia A, 10, b Cambridge

Althea J, 9, b Cambridge

Jessy M, 7, b Cambridge

Clara J, 5, b Cambridge

Frederica M, 3, b Cambridge

Martha Brickan, 29, housemaid, b Norfolk

Mary Threadwell, 32, cook, b Herts

Alice Lolly, 20, nursemaid, b Trumpington

Eliza Carbolt, 21, nursemaid, b Linton

In 1836 Henry Bond gave a series of lectures on materia medica and therapeutics. He was one of the first English doctors to make regular use of the stethoscope.

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1861:

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1871:

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1881:

Bond

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1891:

Bond

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1901:

Roberts

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1911: –

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1913:

Joseph Winship, auctioneer and surveyor, sen. Sheriff’s Officer for Cambs & Hunts

Sidney French, architect

Telephone Call Office, no.48

F W Bradley, artificial teeth manufacturers

W J Crampton, electrical engineers

Essex and Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society, Arthur T Frost secretary

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1964:

(5a) London and Manchester Assurance Co. Ltd

 

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