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41 (73) Regent Street, Glengarry Hotel, Regent Hotel

History of 41 Regent Street

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: no. 41 …. was built c. 1830. … It was the first home, from 1871 to 1875, of the Society that later became Newnham College

See:

https://www.regenthotel.co.uk/history

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1861: (73 number omitted)

Sarah Archer, 66, living independent

Martha Bryant, 38, servant,

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1901: (73)

not in occupation

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1913: (41)

Bird Bolt Family and Commercial Temperance Hotel (established 1630)

J W Hall, proprietor

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1962:

Glengarry Hotel

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