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Thomas Walter Hayward, The Prince Regent, Regent Street

91 (55) Regent Street, The Prince Regent

History of 91 Regent Street


William Freeman, 39, inn keeper, b Peterborough

Jane, 50, b Huntingdon

Harriett Turpin, 20, niece, b Huntingdon

Lucy Mason, 18, servant,  b Fulbourn

Jenny Turpin, 13, niece, b Huntingdon

William Masterson, lodger, 30, dyer, b Cambridge


Daniel Hayward, 68, licensed victualler, b Chatteris

Emma, 64, b Cambridge

Emma M, 34, b Cambridge

Alice, 32, b Cambridge

Thomas Walter, 30, cricketer, b Cambridge

Frank, 20, b Cambridge

Anna M Dant, 63, nurse, b Soham

Clara Brown, 36, servant, b Cambridge

1913: The Prince Regent

Thomas Hayward, proprietor

Hayward Bros, sports outfitters

Frank Hayward

Miss Hayward

On the night of 16th January 1941 250 incendiary bombs were dropped in a close pattern centred on Hyde Park Corner. Some of the bombs slithered down the southern roof of the Catholic church but did not cause a fire. The main damage happened to the hall of the Perse School opposite and Flinders’ electrical store at 91 [?] Regent Street next to the Prince Regent. (‘Catholics in Cambridge’ ed. Rogers p.185)


Prince Regent Hotel


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