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69 - 71 Lensfield Road

69 – 71 Lensfield Road / 15 – 16 Downing Terrace

History of 71 Lensfield Road



Gray Clark, 29, baker, b Hunts

Maris, 32

Harriet Louisa, 3 mos, b Cambridge

Frances Taylor, cousin, 17, b Somerset


John Windridge, 41, hatter and brewer, b Warwicks

Anna, 37, b Cambridge

Eliza, 11, b Cambridge

Kate, 6 mos, b Cambridge

George W Clark, step son, 14, b Cambridge

Robert Clark, step son, 12, b Cambridge

Charles D Clark, step son, 10, b Cambridge

Albert F Clark, step son, 8, b Cambridge

Arthur E Clark, step son, 5, b Cambridge

Elizabeth A Clark, step daughter, 4, b Cambridge

Jonas W, step son, 3, b Cambridge

Ann Kent, servant, 19, b Essex

Emily Edwards, 15, b Dullingham


(15) Butcher’s shop

Richard Whitaker, 27, butcher, b Cambridge

(16) Baker’s shop

Gray Clark, 39, master baker employing 1 man 1 boy, b Hunts


15 Downing Terrace:

Alfred Radford, 64, butcher, b Oakington

Frances A, 60, b Sawston

Fanny, 25, b Sawston

Harry C, 24, butcher, b Sawston

Horace, 23, butcher, b Sawston

Ethel, 19, b Norfolk

16 Downing Terrace:

Sarah E Clark, widow, 59, baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Agnes E, 22, civil service telegraph clerk, b Cambridge

William H, 21, baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Agnes A Misson, 57, sister, mother’s help, b Cambridge

Lydia R Misson, sister, 49, fancy respetory [?] stores, b Cambridge

Ethel May Boning, visitor, 25, civil service telegraph clerk, b Orwell

1911: ?

1913: 71 Lensfield Road

Percival Fielding, confectioner

Percival Fielding had previously been landlord of The Spread Eagle at no.69 Lensfield Road. His twin sons Percival and Nelson served in WWI; Nelson was killed in 1915.


Fred Lofts, 37, born in Cambridge, Warehouseman for Matthews & Sons General Stores of Trinity Street
Mabel Lofts, 30,
Phyllis M. Lofts, 6, daughter,
Alice B. Brooks, 46, sister-in-law, widow, born in Cambridge
Annie Salisbury, 52, sister-in-law, widow, born in Cambridge

Esther Ross, of 9 Ainsworth Street, records on the 1921 Census that she is a draper and currently working at 71 Lensfield Road.


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