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10 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 10 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

William Willis Walker, 52, college tutor, b Leics

Margaret Ilmina, 47, b Ireland

Emma Margaret, 20, b Derby

Winifred Helen, 18, b Notts

George Willis Hesdridge, 15, b Notts

Alice Maud Morley, 22, servant, b Linton

Louisa Burton, 16, servant, b Fowlmere


1911:

William Willis Walker, 62, classical tutor, b Leics

Margaret Jemima, 57, b Ireland

Emma Margaret, 30, b Derbyshire

Florence Mabel Greenwood, 24, b Hunts

Florence Aida Halls, 19, b Stetchworth


1913:

William Willis Walker


1962:

United Cambridge Hospital Nurses Hostel

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