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Beowulf translated by A J Wyatt

6 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 6 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

Alfred John Wyatt, 42, lecturer and coach in Cambridge university, b Bristol

Catherine Anne, 42, b Bristol

Travers Carey, 14, b Staffs

Rendel Hammond, 8, b Chesterton

Alfthryth Mary Mortimer, 2, b Cambridge

Ethel Dewsberry, 19, servant, b Streatham

Edith Bonns, 15, servant, b Rampton

In 1891 Alfred John Wyatt was living in Carlyle Road, Chesterton


1911:

Alfthryth Mary Mortiner Wyatt, daughter, 12, school, b Cambridge

Annie Alice Hancock, 24, housemaid, b Burwell

Mary Jane Townsend, 19, cook, b Oxon


1913:

Alfred J Wyatt, tutor of University Correspondence College


1962:

University Correspondence College (C.B. Briggs principal)

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