In 1901 there was a householder Phypers at (29) Regent Street
Mary Phypers, 65, widow, boarding house keeper, b Bourn
Mary, 92, mother in law, b Long Stanton
Sidney Hale, boarder, 58, married, private means, b Berks
Margaret Emma Hale, married, boarder, private means, b London
Frances Matthew, boarder, 64, private means, b Cambs
Sarah Marie Priceless, 36, boarder, b Norfolk
Rebecca Carter, nurse, 64, b Melbourn
Clara Ann Gill, cook, 26, b Cherry Hinton
Jessie Jacobs, parlourmaid, 28, b Yorks
Geneva Evelyn Mary Fuller, housemaid, 15, b Suffolk
Mrs Phypers, ‘Brooklyn’ boarding house
Provident Clothing, clothier
Co-operative Permanent Building Society
Crittall Manufacturing, metal windows
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