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People who lived here.

Date People who lived at 64 / 64a Barton Street, Tewkesbury
1820 William Potter; Draper
1836 Rev. Henry Welsford (from Poor Rate Assessment)
1841 Rev Henry and Mrs Susan Welsford with five daughters and two sons.
Harriet Tauntill (their servant)
No. 64a: Harriet Fannmons
1851 Rev Henry and Mrs Susan Welsford with four daughters [Harriet (26); Sarah (23); Mercy (22); Hannah (14)] and one son; Lindsey (18)
Ellen Taylor (their servant)
1861 Rev Henry and Mrs Susan Welsford with three daughters and one son.
Ellen Hurrocob (their servant)
1862 Henry Welsford lets 64a. Tenant unknown.
1871 Henry Welsford died, age 76
1871 Mrs Susan Welsford with three daughters (Harriet, Sarah, Hannah) and one grandson (Arthur Welsford Lloyd (10))
Mary Walsey (their servant)
1874 Susan Welsford died, age 81.
1876 House sold to Mrs M A Jones (for renting out)
1879 Ethel G Moore born, daughter to T W Moore
No. 64a: George Ashley
1881 William and Elizabeth Wallis with two sons (John and William) and a daughter (Annie)
Harriet Blake (their servant)
No. 64a: George and Lucy Green with two sons (Fredrick) and daughter (Florence) and with Joseph Green (brother)
1884 No. 64 :Empty
1891 Mrs Elizabeth Graham with three daughters [Elizabeth (26); Mary (22);Maggie (20)] and four sons [James (15); John (15); George (13); Gordon (10)]
No.64a: William and Mary Gaze with a daughter [Lilley (3)] and two sons [William (2); Oscar (0)]
1901 Mrs Elizabeth Graham with one son (Gordon) and three lodgers (James Thomas, Ambrose Notteridge, Thomas Brotheridge)
No. 64a: Mrs Eliza Woodyatt (64)with her son [William (36)] and daughter [Annie (34)]
1908 Miss Annie Woodyatt died
1909 Mrs Grainger (no more details)
No. 64a: Mrs Eliza Woodyatt
1913 Mrs M A Jones (Owner) (Finance Act Survey)
No. 64a: Mrs Eliza Woodyatt; tenant (Finance Act survey)
Mrs Elizabeth Mellor
Miss Miss Charlotte Georgina Mew
1931 Mrs Elizabeth Mellor died. Aged 82
No. 46a: Miss Charlotte Georgina Mew
1931 Mrs Bartleman runs as a guest house
1937 No. 46a: Miss Mew died, aged 62
1938 No. 46a:  Miss Turner
1939 George Green died, aged 67
1940 Frank & Mrs Organ
13 child evacuees were lodged in the building
1947 Mr O Dudfield, who ran a lodging house
No. 64a: Miss Turner
Families living in the building before conversion to the museum
Families living in the building before conversion to the museum. About 1952. (from the memory of a young resident)
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