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12 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 12 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

William Briggs, widower, 39, college principal author publisher and printer, b Yorks

Elsie Baron, 11, b Cambridge

Constance Marie, 10, b Cambridge

Winifred Bara, 6, b Cambridge

Sarah Elizabeth, 31, sister, b Yorks

In 1891 family were living in Carlyle Road


1911:

Richard Oldfield, 80, retired Major General Royal Artillery, b Gravesend

Helen, 63, b Scotland

Edith Harrison, 21, cook, b Gloucs

Emily Harrison, 15, parlourmaid, b Gloucs


1913:


1962:

United Cambridge Hospital Nurses Hostel

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