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Edendale, 349 Cherry Hinton Road

History of Edendale



Two family at this address in 1891.

John Fynn, head, 40, tailor, born Cambridge

Mary, 39, born Worcs.

Mary Ann Barnes, mother in law, widow, 73, born Birmingham

Florence Neville, step-dau, 17, born Cambridge

Felix Freeth Fynn, son, 4, born Cambridge

Arthur George Fynn, 2, born Cambridge

Alfred Robert Willis, head, 42, clerk in Holy Orders curate at Old Chesterton, born Surrey

Edith, 37, born Essex

Winnifred Edith, 14, born London

Miriam Louisa, 12, born Wilts.

Dorothy Helena, 3, born Cambridge


(Edendale) from the census returns it appears that there were three households at this address.

Ebenezer Spring, head, 40, schoolmaster, born Beds (he was headmaster of Cherry Hinton School)

Ellen, 38, born London

Lily, 19, teacher, born Sussex

Stanley, 18, commercial clerk, born Sussex

Albert, 17, school teacher, born Sussex

Cicely, 15, born Sussex

Gladys, 12, born Sussex

May, 9, born Sussex

George Peachy, head, 66, gardener, born Fulbourn

Jane, 60, born Linton

Benjamin Brown, head, 45, hay merchant, born Herts

Mabel F A, 31, born Herts

Minnie Livery, visitor, 19, born Herts


(unnamed property) in 1901 the Stevens are listed in an unnamed property next to Edendale.

Charles Stevens, head,

Sarah P W, wife.


(Edendale) The Stevens had 6 rooms and the Wilsons 7.

Charles Stevens, head, 66, retired man servant, born Gt Swaffham

Sarah Pool Wilson Stevens, 66, born Cambridge

Emma Wilson, head, 40, married, (2 children, 2 died), born Bermondsey



Charles Stevens


William O Flitton

This house is placed in an approximate location. It was occupied by a Mr Denyer around the time of WWII.

(source – private communication)

For details of earlier occupancy, see the entry on Lime Villa and Ferndale.

In 1953, no. 351 Cherry Hinton was occupied by Arthur Bertram Coulter.


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