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Brooklands Lodge, Brooklands Avenue/Trumpington Road

History of Brooklands Lodge

Early 19th cent.


(Trumpington Road Brooklands)

James Jennings, 39, gardener, b Little Shelford

Jane, 36, b Great Shelford

Jane, 4, b Cambridge

Catherine, 1, b Cambridge

Louisa Farnham, sister, 15, b Stapleford


(Brookland Lodge)

Richard Brett, 30, gardener, b Histon

Anne, 29, b Hunts




(Avenue Road, Brooklands Lodge)

George Trotman


William G, 5, born Cambridge

Alice M, 3, born Cambridge

Edith M, 1, born Cambridge

Alfred Impey, 23, gardener, born Foxton

William Cowell, 23, railway porter, born Essex




George H Trotman


Agnes, 19, dressmaker

Adam E, 17, school pupil teacher, b Cambridge

Sydney, 14, errand boy

Albert, 13,


George Trotman, 62, gardener domestic, born Gloucs.

Agnes, 64, born Little Shelford

Agnes, 29, dressmaker, born Cambridge

Sidney, 24, born Cambridge

Albert, 23, compositor printer, born Cambridge

Sydney Trotman: Private 3155, 2/3rd (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers). Died 3rd June 1915. Enlisted Harrow Road, resident Cambridge. Buried in KHARTOUM WAR CEMETERY, Sudan. Plot 1. Row B. Grave 8. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


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