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59 (64) Regent Street

History of 59 Regent Street

1861: (64)

Mary Ann Bradwell, 78, b London

George, 50, carpenter and builder, b Cambridge

Mary Laurence, 30, servant, b Cambs

1901: (64)

Susannah Leonard, 70, living on own means, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Vouden, sister in law, 68, living on own means, b Cambridge

Esther Poulter, 29, servant, b Bottisham

Maud Mary Hiner, servant, 17, b Cambridge

Inauguration of Rev C G Griffinhoofe to the parish of Strethall in 1896

1913: (59)

Mrs Susannah Griffinhoofe

Rev C G Griffinhoofe, rector of Strethall


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