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Rose Duryard, Exeter

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2021.
2021.

of Lower Argyll Road, Exeter

1889 Resident was Charles Bennett

1893 Resident was Charles Bennett

1895 Rose Duryard for sale. Family residence and five acres.[1]

1897 Resident was Major-General William Booth

1902 Resident was Major-General William Booth

1903 For sale as part of the Streatham Hall Estate.[2]

1919 Resident was Major-General William Booth

1923 Resident was Mrs. Booth

1933 Rose Duryard for sale with 4.5 acres.[3]

1940 Residents were Major and Mrs. C. C. Haynes


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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 26 July 1895
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 11 September 1903
  3. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 01 September 1933