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Thomas Clement Thompson

57 Lensfield Road / 9 Downing Terrace

History of 57 Lensfield Road

1851: unnumbered

John Appleby, 42, college cook, b Waterbeach

Harriet, 38, b Duxford

Lydia Osborn, 15, servant, b Fulbourn

John William Howard Crane, lodger, 27, solicitor, b Birmingham

Thomas Clement Thompson, lodger, 22, portrait painter, b Ireland


1861: (9)

Johnathan Appleby, 54, cook, b Waterbeach


1866:

Lucien and Maria Boquel lodging here. Lucien came to England from France in 1866 to teach English and work at Emmanuel, Girton and Newnham Colleges. In 1871 they were at 5 College Terrace (115 Hills Road.)

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/joseph-ouel/


1901: 9 Downing Terrace

Ann S Lings, widow, 73, lodging house keeper, b Kent

Mary Anne Careless, sister, widow, 81, b Kent


1911:

Henry Langford, 55, Royal Liverpool Life Ass., b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 62, b Cambridge


1913: Rev J R S Taylor

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