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Lyndewode House

Lyndewode House, Lyndewode Road

History of Lyndewode House

1901 Census:

Eliza A Hutt, 57, School Mistress, born Cambridge

Hannah M Beresford, 29, School Teacher, born Holloway, London

Florence M Moore, 18, School Teacher, born Buntingford, Herts

James Grierson, 15, boarder, born Hounslow, Middlesex

Herbert Sears, 13, boarder, born Manea, Cambridgeshire

Richard N Aves, 12, boarder, born Cherryhinton, Cambridgeshire

Trevor C Hambling, 9, boarder, born Newmarket, Cambridgeshire

Henry L Preston, 9, boarder, born North America (American Subject)

Ernest R Hutt, 8, boarder, born South Africa (British Subject)

Thomas R Preston, 7, boarder, born North America (American Subject)

Douglas M H James, 6, boarder, born St Pancras, London

Mary E Newman, 22, domestic housemaid, born Cambridge

Alice M Hawes, domestic cook, born Cambridgeshire


C Amyes

Kenneth Bertram Franklin Williamson


Douglas M H James took his stepfather’s name of Ingarfield when his mother remarried. He died in action 10.3.1915. (Email 2022 SW)


Miss E E M Pring, dressmaker


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