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Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Nos 1-9

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Nos 1-9 taken from No 9. Image taken 2021.
Entrance to No 1 on the end of the terrace. Image taken 2021.

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

1851 Census

  • No 1. Richard Pike (49), Banker's Clerk
  • No 2. Elizabeth Thompson (48), Lodging House Keeper; Charlotte Barry, Fundholder; David Smith (24), Curate
  • No 3. Hannah Wilkinson (50), Lodging House Keeper; Dinah Goff, Gentlewoman; Jane Murray, Annuitant
  • Then follows New North Terrace East
  • No 1. Charles Clifford (33), Woollen Draper
  • No 2. Jane Fetze (57), Fundholder
  • No 3. Elias Britland (59), Retired Haberdasher
  • No 4. Agnes Brock (50), Annuitant
  • No 5. John G. Budden (46), Accountant
  • No 6. George Tucker (49), Woollen Draper

1863 January. 'Queens-terrace, New North-terrace, and North-terrace will in future be known as Queens-terrace, and numbered consecutively from St. David's Church.'[1]

1871 Census

  • includes John Widgery, Hannah Ayres, John Lintern (see 1881 Census)

1881 Census -

  • No 1. William George Mallett (40), Rector of St. Laurence (+7 others)
  • No 2. Humphrey J. Sellers (70), Bank Clerk (+3 others)
  • No 3. John Widgery (42), Clerk of Building Works (+11 others)
  • No 4. Elizabeth England (53), Lodging House Keeper (+4 others)
  • No 5. Unoccupied.
  • No 6. Sophia Elizabeth Couche (43), Schoolmistress (+6 others)
  • No 7. Hannah Ayres (71), Lodging House Keeper (+5 others)
  • No 8. John Lintern (47), Builder (+2 others)
  • Mo 9. John Sowden (59), Cabinet Maker (+2 others)
  • No 9. Edward George Baron (66), Retired Surgeon (+2 others)


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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 16 January 1863