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53 Marshall Road, Hoxne House

History of 53 Marshall Road


George Henry Barnsdale, 59, widower, sculptor, (9 children, 2 died), born Peterborough

Olive Mary Barnsdale, daughter, 25, assist in housework, born Cambridge

Mabel Marguerite Lovesy Barnsdale, daughter, 20, assist in housework, born Cambridge

Eliza Elizabeth Day, visitor, 64, housekeeper, born Chelsea

Mathilda Emily Day, visitor, 30, stenographer typist, born London

Mabel Marguerite Lovesy Barnsdale, b. 1891, was the daughter of George H Barnsdale who, in 1911, was a sculptor and widower. She volunteered for the red Cross from 1914-1915 and worked as a nurse at the auxiliary hospitals in Cintra Terrace and then Wordsworth Grove, Newnham.



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