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4 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 4 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

Fabien Rosenberg, 35, mathematical lecturer

Alice Lydia, 36

Olga Phyllis, 5

Lydia Young, 26, servant, b Rampton

In 1891 Fabien Rosenburg was living in Ashton, Lancs


1911:

Fabian Rosenberg, 46, mathematical tutor registrar of University Correspondence College, b Warwicks

Alice Lydia, 47, b Warwicks

Olga Phyllis, 15, b Cambridge

Rosa Cooper, 20, servant, b Swaffham Bulbeck


1913:

Fabian Rosenberg, registrar of University Correspondence College


1962:

University Correspondence College (C.B. Briggs principal)

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