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Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Nos 11-15

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Nos 11-15 taken from No 15. Image taken 2021.
Nos 11-15 taken from No 11. Image taken 2021.
Some of the rear views. Image taken 2021.

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

1851 Census (New North Terrace West)

  • No 1. Samuel Knight (45), Statiary(sic) (Master employing 10) ( 4 others); Margaret (?) (45), Annuitant (1 other)
  • No 2. Charles Gale (35), Grocer's Shopman (4 others); Mary A. Williams (33), Fundholder (1 other)
  • No 3. Sarah Miller (60), Lodging House Keeper (1 other); Francis Walford (38), Railway Superintendent (on own)
  • No 4. Eliza Morrish (52), Lodging House Keeper (1 other); Ronea Elton (55) D.D. Retired (?) of Latin and Greek Languages (1 other)
  • No 5. Frederick Maberley (34), ? to Surveyor GPO (6 others); John Dawson (42), Railway proprietor

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 (Queen's Terrace after re-numbering)

  • No 11. Harriet Cummins (80), Annuitant (+5 others)
  • No 12. John Drayton (50), Bookseller (+10 others)
  • No 13. Jane Butland (66), Gentlewoman (+2 others)
  • No 14. Jane Fitye (77), (+2 others)
  • No 15. James Jerred (49), Gardner (+5 others)

1881 Census -

  • No 11. Naomi Hellier, Lodging House Keeper (+5 others)
  • No 12. John Drayton, Bookseller (+10 others)
  • No 13. Jane Butland, Gentlewoman (+3 others)
  • No 14. Richard Paddon Treagle, Commercial Traveller (+5 others)
  • No 15. Mary Sanders, Annuitant (+4 others)

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 16 January 1863