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Fitzwilliam Street north side nos 23 - 15

23 Fitzwilliam Street

History of 23 Fitzwilliam Street


Mary Sindall, widow, 69, lodging house keeper, b London

Mary, 36, income from interest, b Isleham

Elizabeth, 32, income from interest, b Isleham

William, 27, builder employing 2 men 3 boys, b Isleham

Mary E, grand daughter, 10, b Isleham

Sarah Fleet, 16, servant, b Isleham

In 1871 William Sindall had been boarded with the Webb family in Victoria Road (number not known) as an apprentice carpenter.

In 1868 the father, Thomas Sindall had died in Isleham. Thomas was living there with his family in 1861 at East End, Isleham. He was born in 1853.

By 1891 the Sindall family had moved to 1 Downing Terrace.


Frederick J Harvey, clerk


Miss T E Digby


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