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No. 19: Café Crème

19 & 20 Broad Street

 

No. 19 on the right is part of the same building as No. 20 on the left, and they are jointly Grade II listed (List Entry No. 1185358). They date from about 1700, but have been remodelled.

This building is owned by Oxford City Council.

At the time of the 1772 Survey of Oxford Nos. 19 & 20 formed one house occupied by a Mrs Baggs, with its frontage measured as 7 yards exactly

 

At the time of the 1851 census No. 19 was occupied by John Prentice, a master ironmonger, with his wife and two grown-up daughters.

In 1861 John Piper, a tailor and hosier, was in this building with his wife and three children.

In 1881 it was occupied by the tobacconist here, George E. Dorrell, with his wife and baby daughter and a 13-year-old servant.

Occupants of 19 Broad Street listed in directories

1846

George King, Bootmaker

1852

Ann Coker, Milliner & dressmaker

1861

John Horn

1867–1876

William H. Walker, Tailor & Robe maker

1880

G.E. Dorrill, Tobacconist

1882–1887

H.R. Saunders, Tobacconist & cigar merchant

1889–1894

Miss Mary Pell, Milliner

1894–1895

F. Crow & Son, Wool merchant

1895–1898

Miss S.E. Berrill, Milliner

1899

G.I.L. Long, Confectioner

1899–1902

Hamlet & Dulake, Auctioneers

1903–1909

William Hunt, Typewriter dealer & City Typewriting Office

1910–1932

Frank Thomas Long, Cutler (and Ladies & gents’ hairdresser in 1932 only)

1934–1939

Feilding & Moore, Furniture dealers

1941–1975

G.E. Taylor, Tailor & robe maker

1980–2004

Stamp of Oxford Ltd, Tailors

2005–present

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