CFHS code : AS51

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of A beloved husband JOSEPH ALLINGTON d Sept 9 1936 aged 33 also ALFRED ROBERT ISAACSON d Nov 16 1971 aged 71

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Monument

Inscription

Relationship: First husband, second husband

Joseph Allington (28 January 1903 – 9 September 1936)

Joseph was born in Bedford and baptised at St. Stephen’s Church, Kempston on 16 February 1903.  He was the son of Joseph and Ada (née Holmes) and his father was a colour sergeant in the army.  By 1911 Joseph was living with his parents and siblings in Ramsey, Huntingdonshire and then moved to 2 Tibbs Row, Cambridge (1927). He married Gladys Matilda Barnard (1905-) in 1930.  The couple lived at 12 Ainsworth Street (1930) before moving to 82 Cromwell Road and Joseph died at home aged 33 years old.

Alfred Robert Isaacson (20 October 1900 – 16 November 1971)

Alfred was born in Soham and was the son of William Sutton Isaacson (1857-1909) and his wife Harriet (née Gilby). William was a publican and general carter, and in 1901 Alfred was living with his parents and siblings at the Queens Arms in Soham.  William however died at the Fulbourn Asylum in 1909, so he was then raised at Tanner’s Lane, Soham by his widowed mother who worked as a charwoman (1911).

Alfred married Violet Gladys Palfrey (1903-1937) in 1927 in Bury St. Edmunds and the couple lived at 1 Cowper Road (1935).  He was widowed in 1937, and then married widow Gladys Allington in 1939.  They lived at 82 Cromwell Road and in 1939 Alfred was working as a lorry driver delivering hides.  The couple lived at Cromwell Road until at least 1950 before moving to 50 Barton Road (1965).  Alfred died in Cambridge aged 71 years old.

Source:

Ancestry

by Claire Martinsen

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Joseph Allington; Alfred Robert Isaacson