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54 Regent Street, Murdoch and Murdoch in centre of picture.

54 (19) Regent Street

History of 54 Regent Street

1851:

Jane Joseph, 63, annuitant, b Lancs

Mary J Holt, 25, niece, b Lancs

Ellen Holt, niece, 22, b Lancs

Sarah Betts, 18, servant, b Cambridge

Sarah Betts, 51, charwoman, b Suffolk

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1861:

1871:

1881:

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1891:

Chapman

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1901:

Chapman

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1911:

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1913:

Murdoch, Murdoch and Co, pianoforte makers and organ builders, R L Morris manager

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1964:

Cambridge Laundry and Cleaners Ltd

G E Woodward, typewriter dlrs

(54a) Miss D Piggott physiotherapist

(54a) Miss C G Bird physiotherapist

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