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1851 Resident is John G. Gully (age 44 born Exeter), Governor City Prison. With his wife Laura and their nine children and his mother. Also Abraham Kelly, Turnkey, and his family. Thirty-nine prisoners.<ref>1851 Census</ref>
 
1851 Resident is John G. Gully (age 44 born Exeter), Governor City Prison. With his wife Laura and their nine children and his mother. Also Abraham Kelly, Turnkey, and his family. Thirty-nine prisoners.<ref>1851 Census</ref>
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1861 Resident is John G. Gully (age 54 born Exeter), Governor. With his wife Laura and their five children and his mother. Also Abraham Kelly, Head Turnkey, with his wife. Thomas Guppy, Turnkey, with his wife. 21 male and 15 male prisoners. one debtor.
  
 
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of Queen Street and Northernhay Street, Exeter

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1851 Resident is John G. Gully (age 44 born Exeter), Governor City Prison. With his wife Laura and their nine children and his mother. Also Abraham Kelly, Turnkey, and his family. Thirty-nine prisoners.[1]

1861 Resident is John G. Gully (age 54 born Exeter), Governor. With his wife Laura and their five children and his mother. Also Abraham Kelly, Head Turnkey, with his wife. Thomas Guppy, Turnkey, with his wife. 21 male and 15 male prisoners. one debtor.

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  1. 1851 Census