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1936, Blue Book

24 Lensfield Road

History of 24 Lensfield Road


Arnold Clarkson Ingle, 48, medical practitioner, b Derby

Gertrude Joyce, 22, b Suffolk

Annie Marie Dickerson, 38, cook, b Cambs

Brenda Louisa Pettit, 32, housemaid,  b Cambs

Arnold Clarkson Ingle continued the family medical practice in Cambridge. He retired early to devote himself to voluntary work with the Baptist Missionary Society, visiting China and Japan in 1919 for eight months as President of the Medical Missionary Auxiliary.


William Henry Bowen (1878-1963) married to Kathleen Edith Clark (8 Oct 1914)

1915 birth of son David J Bowen

1917 birth of son Leslie H Bowen

1918 birth of daughter Kathleen A C Bowen

1963 death of William Henry Bowen in Cambridge

In 1910 W H Bowen went to Cambridge and became aurist and assistant surgeon at Addenbrookes Hospital. Later he became full surgeon at Addenbrookes.  After retirement he devoted his energies to literary work, publishing a book on Charles Dickens and his family.


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