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12 Suffolk Road
In 1851 this property was occupied by Sarah Purnell a different Annuitant. By 1852 this changed to E. Purnell, a Milliner. Between 1881and 1892 a Greengrocer/Fruiterer called C Musty took occupancy. In 1892 he extended this to include confectionery. By 1901 one Louisa Hobbs is listed here as a Confectioner. In 1908 once again we see a change of use with F.A.Hamblin a Tailors taking over.
By 1917 the same F.A. Hamlin became more specifically a Ladies’ & Gents’ Tailors. From 1926 to 1961 the trade of Tailors remained the same but under a different name of Thomas Daniel Evans. From 1932 to 1934 the property was known as Claverton House. By 1975 W.R. Cambridge & Sons, had changed the trade yet again and it became an Antique Dealers.
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