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45 Lensfield Road / 3 Downing Terrace

History of 45 Lensfield Road

1851 (unnumbered)

Samuel Beech Lambert, 29, banker’s clerk, b Hunts

Mary Ann, 26, b Cambridge

Jane Searles, 20, servant, b Saffron Walden

Alice Hayden, 39, nurse, b Over

1861 (3)

Samuel Beech Lambert, 39, bankers clerk, b Hunts


William Sindall, 36, builder and contractor, b Isleham

Henzel Margaret, 30, b Suffolk

William J, 5, b Cambridge

Dora M D, 4, b Cambridge

Richard E, 2, b Cambridge

Mabel E, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Jane Poole, visitor, 61, b Norfolk

Gertrude L Franklin, servant, 17, b Cherry Hinton

Charlotte Franklin, servant, 13, b Cherry Hinton

In 1881 the Sindall family were living at 23 Fitzwilliam Street.

In 1901 they were living in Wordsworth Grove.

In 1911 William J was living at Ashton House

1901 3 Downing Terrace

Catherine Ross, 62, ex governess still gives piano lessons, b Scotland

Kate D, 29, ex mission worker, b Essex


Mary Scrivener, 48, lodging house keeper, b Bristol

Ada Mary, single, 41, milliner, b Reading

Helena Mary, single, 39, b Reading

Ida Victoria, granddaughter, 6, b Newcastle

Claude William Parnell

Claude William Parnell, 38, clerk in holy orders, b Barton on Trent

1913 Mrs George


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