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City Hotel, Exeter

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of 44/46 Queen's Street, Exeter

1855 'J. H., City Hotel, Exeter.[1]

1889 Listed. City Hotel, Ganniclift and Russell.[2]

1891 Living at the City Hotel, 44-45 Queen Street, Exeter: Decema Ganniclift (age 50 born Exeter), Hotel Proprietor and a Widow. With her sister Emma Russell (age 40 born Exeter), Hotel Proprietor and Single. Also Decema's Daughter.[3]

1892 'Mrs. Ganniclift and Miss Russell of the City Hotel.[4]

1901 Living at the City Hotel, 44-45 Queen Street, Exeter: Joseph H. Ball (age 28 born Staffs), Hotel Manager. With his wife Edith and a daughter.[5]

1909 Death. George Haynes, age 58, late proprietor of the City Hotel, Exeter.[6]

1939 Resident is Emilie Notcott (born 1890), Proprietor (presumably of the hotel).[7]

1939 Listed in directory. Miss E. A. Notcott.[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 22 June 1877
  2. 1889 Exeter Directory
  3. 1891 Census
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Monday 08 August 1892
  5. 1901 Census
  6. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 19 March 1909
  7. 1939 Census
  8. 1939 Exeter Directory