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5 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 5 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

Bernard John Hayes, classical coach correspondence and oral tutor and writer of books

Katherine

Alice Mary Goodban, visitor sister in law

Emily Fox, 33, cook and housemaid, b London

In 1891 the Hayes family were living at 2 Shaftesbury Villas, Carlyle Road


1911:

Bernard John Hayes, 47, correspondence college teacher, b Surrey

Katherine Emily, 51, b London

Alice Mary Goodban, wife’s sister, 48, b London

Frances Margaret Ryan, visitor, 36, private means, b India

Lilly Denson, 28, servant, b Willingham

Mabel Denson, 20, servant, b Willingham


1913:

Bernard Hayes, vice-principal University Correspondence College


1962:

University Correspondence College (C.B. Briggs principal)

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