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Queen's Terrace, Exeter: No 10 Bury Meadow House

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No 10 Bury Meadow House. Image taken 2021.

Note: This is a sub-section of Queen's Terrace, Exeter

1851 Living at New North Road (single house between New North Terrace East and West), Exeter: George Tucker (age 49 born Morchard Bishop), Woollen Draper (master) with wife and three children.[1]

1856 August. For sale - no details.[2]

1871 Living at 10 Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Agnes Kelland (age 76) and three others.[3]

1877 Auction of the house contents.[4]

1880 February. To Let.[5]

1881 Advertising. 'BURY MEADOW HOUSE SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN, Queen's-terrace, St. David's. Conducted by the Misses TURNBULL. THE Kindergarten is conducted on Frobel's principles. Juvenile Gymnasium, Calisthenic and Gymnastic Classes for Ladies (by Miss A. Turnbull). Vacancies for a few Boarders.'[6]

1881 Living at 10 Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Jennie Turnbull (age 27 born Scotland), Schoolmistress. With her sister Annie Turnbull (age 25 born Scotland).[7]

1886 Herr Franz Koeller offer violin tuition from this address.[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 30 August 1856
  3. 1871 census
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Thursday 25 January 1877
  5. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 06 February 1880
  6. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 07 January 1881
  7. 1881 Census
  8. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Monday 10 May 1886