These are the details I have found on the 1901 census relating to the Dowland's my line is descended from, Nigel F S Dowland was my father's father.
1901 RG13/2978 Administrative County Leicestershire Civil Parish Loughborough Eccelestial Parish of Emmanuel Municipal Borough of Loughborough Ward of Municipal West Burton Parliamentary Divisionof Loughborough Leicestershire
4 Cattle Market
Kaye E S Dowlandhead45yrs Bank Manager born West Indies, Tobago
Margaret L. Dowland wife 35yrs Born lancs. Liverpool
Kaye J.S. Dowlandson 10yrs Born Notts. Nottingham
Laurie J S Dowland son 7yrs Born Notts Southwell
Jean G D Dowland daur 6yrs Born " "
Nigel F. S Dowland son 6 months Born " "
Martha Dawson Servant 60 yrs monthly nurse Born " "
Yvonne Bonneau Servant 19 yrsChildren's Maid Born France (French subject)
Emily Foster Servant 28 yrs 28yrs Cook Domestic Born Lincoln Dyke
Annie L. Foster Servant 17 yrs Housemaid Domestic Born Rutland, pIckworth Plain
Margaret Dowland (Formerly Richardson) is the one who sold the John Dowland manuscript at Sotherby's in the 1920's.My father has a scrap book of hers which is from the 1880's before she was married to Kaye Dowland.In it are several drawings from her friends in Germany and France.There are also flowers and leaves pressed between the pages.It is old French and German which I have had translated.They are mainly poems and religious writings, quotes from books at the time.It is amazing the way the ink has kept its colours for more than 100 years.We think she must have come from a wealthy family as she was taking lessons in France and Germany.This may not be of interest to Dowland researchers but I thought I'd mention it as she did later on marry in to the Dowland family.After she sold the John Dowland manuscript she is said to have given all the money away to a group of spiritualists.