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Sussex Street - premises of 17a William Ridgeon seedsmen in foreground

17 – 18 Sussex Street

History of 17 - 18 Sussex Street

1861

(18)

Andrew Wehrle, 42, master watch maker, b Germany

Ida, 34, b Germany

Amanda, 10, b Germany

Julius, 4, b England

Maximilian, 3, b England

Atolf, 5 mos, b England

Anna Heim, relative, 14, journeyman watchmaker, b Germany

Ferdinand Kinstler, servant, 22, b Germany

(17)

John Pike, 40, bootmaker, b Norfolk

Clara E, 38, b Cambridge

Alfred F Dean, lodger, 18, apprentice tailor, b Little Shelford

………………………………………

1913

(17) Walter Driver, accountant and estate agent

(17a) William Ridgeon, bird fanciers and seesmen


1962

Paris House, costumiers


2018

Bravissima, lingerie

 

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