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Arthur Savell - stained glass artist

92 (31) Regent Street, Post Office

History of 92 Regent Street


Susan Brooke, 63, post mistress confectioner, b Cambs

Namoi Easton, 19, housemaid, b Cambs

Elizabeth Mitchell, 12, shopgirl, b Hants

(31) Rhoda Sutt, head, milliner, b Hunts

Joseph D Phillips, head, 25, undergraduate St Johns College, b USA

1861 Post Office is listed but possibly not same location


William G Edwards, 64, college butler, b Norfolk

Caroline, 62,  b Barton

Mary Wright, 31, servant, b Linton

Emily Flack, 22, servant, b Cambridge


William G Edwards, 74, retired butler, b Norwich

Caroline, 73, b Barton

Caroline Steggall, 47, b Cambridge

Sarah Burton, 25, cook, b Oakington

Emma Pamment, 27, housemaid, b Linton


Walter Brown, 28, livery stable keeper and farmer, b Waterbeach

Clara Brown, 27, b Ely

Matilda Howlett, servant, 20, b Trumpington

1901 (31)

Arthur Savell, 41, artist in stained glass, b Ireland

Harriett, 39, ladies tailor costumier, b London

Dorothy F, 9, b London

Arthur A, 7, b London

Nancy Howes, 22, servant, b Hunts

Arthur Savell & Co – advert

St Cuthbert, Cotherstone, Co Durham – window by Arthur Savell


Arthur Savell, artist in stained glass and manufacturer of stained glass windows

Harriett, ladies tailor and costumier

Arthur Austin, 17, clerk in labour exchange,

Dorothy Frances, 19, assistant in ladies tailoring


Arthur Savell, artist in stained glass

Madame H Stuart, ladies, tailor and costumier


Eden Spearing Raynes solicitors

Road Transport and General Insurance Co.


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