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81 (58) Regent Street

History of 81 Regent Street

1861 (58)

William Bishop, 78, retired tailor and draper, b Cambridge, deaf

Elizabeth, 58, sister, b Cambridge

Diana Jay, sister, 54, b Cambridge

Jemima Coxall, 61, cook maid, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Harvey, 31, house maid, b Cambridge

1901 (58)

James Webster, 79, living on own means, b London

Annie, 72, b London

Susan James, 40, daughter, b Cambridge

Henry W, 14, grandson, b London

Brenda S, 11, granddaughter, b Harston

Ada Veal, 21, servant,  b Great Wilbraham

1913 (81)

James Webster


Collins and Clark, antique dealers

Frank G Collins


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