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James Hope Moulton, philologist (Wikipedia)

3 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 3 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

James Hope Moulton, 37, Wesleyan Minister and Assistant Master at the Leys School, b Surrey

Eliza Keeling Moulton, 34, b Lancs

Hannah Moulton, 61, mother, b Beds

Alice Chadwick, visitor, 39, b Lancs

William Ralphe Osborne Moulton, 9, b Cambridge

Edith Hope Moulton, 6, b Cambridge

Annie Thoday, 21, cook, b London

Sophia Jane Hawes, 16, housemaid, b Wicken

In 1891 James Hope Moulton was living at 4 Pemberton Terrace.


1911: ??

1913:

University Correspondence College (W. Briggs, principal)

1962:

University Correspondence College (C.B. Briggs principal)

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