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* No 18. Alfred Taylor
 
* No 18. Alfred Taylor
  
1895 Meeting held at the Osborne Hotel.<ref>Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Monday 09 September 1895</ref>
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Ca. 1895 Became the [[Osborne Hotel, Exeter]]
  
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.<ref>1901 census</ref>
 
 
1910 Listed as the Osborne Temperance Hotel
 
 
1911 Living at Osborne Hotel: Manager is Mabel L. Mitchell, six servants and six visitors / boarders.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
 
 
1935 Listed as the Osborne Hotel
 
 
1946 December. Mentioned as the Osborne Hotel, Exeter and a meeting of the Farmer's Union.<ref>Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 06 December 1946</ref>
 
 
1946 Bought by the Devon Farmers Union.<ref>Western Morning News - Tuesday 01 January 1946</ref>
 
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 07:07, 17 January 2021

Farmer's Union, Exeter, formerly the Osborne Hotel until 1946. Image taken 2021.

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

Queen's Terrace, Exeter: Nos 16-18 Osborne Hotel

1851 Census (Part of New North Terrace West)

  • No 6. James Pearson (31), Railway Engineer (2 others)
  • No 7. Philip James (63), Proprietor of house (3 others); Harriet Brown (39), Fundholder; John Pope, Junior (28), Solicitor
  • No 8. Frederick G. Cooke (35), Wine merchant Commercial Traveller (2 others); Nancy Follett (87) Fundholder (2 others); Elizabeth Acock (65), Landed Proprietor (1 other)
  • No 9. Gertrude Posswell(?) (44), Lodging House Keeper (3 others); Anna Seagrave (56), Annuitant (2 others).

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

  • No 16. Hannah M. Wilkinson (70) Lodging House Keeper (+4 others)
  • No 17. Mary Reed (83) (+3 others)
  • No 18. Nicholas Gillard (69), Commercial Traveller (+4 others)

1881 Census

  • No 16. William Knapman (77), Retired Grocer (+4 others)
  • No 17. William York Langdon (44), Furniture Manufacturer (+2 others); Mary Eleanor Gibson (65), Annuitant (+2 others)
  • No 18. Nicholas Gillard (79), Retired Commercial Traveller. (+2 others); Charles Horatio Whitmore (71), Annuitant (+1 other)

1892 Directory. Listed as three dwellings -

  • No 16. Miss Knapman
  • No 17. Mrs Mortimer; William Willis Richards (Rev. curate of St David's)
  • No 18. Alfred Taylor

Ca. 1895 Became the Osborne Hotel, Exeter


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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 16 January 1863