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2 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 2 Queen Anne Terrace


Margaret Rosamund Fellowes, 52, widow, living on own means, b Oxon

Rosamond Sophia, 23, b Oxon

Constance Gwendoline, 19, b Oxon

Emma Hart, servant, 43, cook, b Cottenham

Susan Papworth, 23, servant, housemaid, b Lincs

In 1891 the Fellowes family was in Wimpole where Edward L Fellowes was rector.

1911 ??


University Correspondence College (W. Briggs, principal)


University Correspondence College (C.B. Briggs principal)


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