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of Queen's Terrace, Exeter
formerly Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Nos 16-18
1895 Meeting held at the Osborne Hotel.
1897 Listed as Osborne Hotel, William Charles Williams.
1901 Living at 16-18 Osborne Hotel, Queen's Terrace, Exeter: William C. Williams (age 57 born Lambeth), Hotel Proprietor. With his wife, son and niece. Five servants. Seven boarders.
1910 Listed as the Osborne Temperance Hotel
1911 Living at Osborne Hotel: Manager is Mabel L. Mitchell, six servants and six visitors / boarders.
1935 Listed as the Osborne Hotel
1946 December. Mentioned as the Osborne Hotel, Exeter and a meeting of the Farmer's Union.
1946 Bought by the Devon Farmers Union.
Became the Farmer's Union, Exeter