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8 Queen Anne Terrace

History of 8 Queen Anne Terrace

1901:

Crossley William Corsty Barlow, 38, correspondence tutor, b Warwicks

Elizabeth Sophia, 41, b Surrey

Elizabeth Williams, wife’s mother, 65, b Surrey

Emma Alberta Williams, wife’s sister, 28, b Surrey

Maud Mary Walker, 19, servant, b London

In 1891 the family were living at 3 Shaftesbury Villas, Carlyle Road

Crossley William Crosby Barlow was born on 24 March 1863 in Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, the son of the Swedenborgian minister William Crosby. His schooling was at George Watson’s College in Edinburgh, Scotland, then Edinburgh University. He continued his studies at Peterhouse, Cambridge, becoming sixth Wrangler in the Mathematical Tripos in 1886. G H Bryan was fifth Wrangler in the same examinations. Barlow, like Bryan, was 1st Class in Part II of the tripos in the following year. He became a tutor at the University Correspondence College in London.


1911:

James Anderson Shawyer, 31, inspector of schools, b Cumberland

Enid Gertrude, 29, b London

Winifred Mary, 5, b Gloucs

Nicolete Margaret, 1, b Stapleford

Emma Poulter, servant, 40, cook, b Harston

Mary Selina Willsher, 23, nurse, b Beds

Charlotte Marriott, 19, housemaid, b Toft


1913:

Stephen E Goggin

In 1911 the Goggin family were living at 13 Chesterton Hall Crescent


1962:

National Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service

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