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55 (66) Regent Street

History of 55 Regent Street

1861 (66)

Mary Coe, widow, 68, fund holder, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Marshall, 26, servant, b Elsworth

1901 (66)

Samuel Powell, 55, dealer in antiques, b Cambridge

Ann, 59, b Cambridge

Julia, 40, milliner, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 30, mother’s help, b Cambridge

1913 (55)

Samuel Powell, antiquarian dealer


Robert W Bell, b 1877, auctioneer valuer surveyor

Robert William Bell, auctioneer, had been found guilty on six counts of fraud in January 1926 and sentenced to 9 months. Bankruptcy proceedings had been started against Bell and the official receiver discovered £1500 which had not been paid out to clients. (Illustrated Police News 28/1/1926)


Collins Agency, accommodation agents, employment agency


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