CFHS code PL213 Parish : St Paul Monument Reynolds Family PL Row 10 Plot 32a Although there is no visible monument for the Reynolds grave it lies alongside the Scarr family graves which do have monuments and has been included to
CHARLES JOSEPH HOSKISON (1848 – 1894)
Alfred Thomas Hoskison 1876 – 1939; Alice Mary Hoskison 1874 – 1934
In Ever Loving Memory of SEPTIMUS THOMPSON died Jan 29th 1915 aged 74 years
Also his wife JANE THOMPSON died March 14th 1934 aged 83 years
Part of History Happening on Mill Road on Sunday July 21st Friends of Mill Road Cemetery invite you to: 11.30 Tour led by Mary Naylor: Latest Stories from our Research 2.15 pm Tour led by Diana Cook: History, People and
Frederick Talbot (1865-1865) Henry Talbot (1801-1854)
John Ricardo Redden died March 1860
Isabella Wingate 1896
Dedication of paths service 9 March 2019
Inscription : Julia Obbard Died July 27 1874 aged 36
John Kingsley Naylor (1904 – 1906) Roger Wilfred Naylor (1909- 1916)
George Tarrant 1838 – 1870
Private Percival Burrell, of the South Staffs Regiment, was killed in action in northern France on 23 August 1918, his death being memorialized in the Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery in the Pas-de-Calais
Lance Corporal Herbert Walter Burrell, of the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 23 July 1916, his death being commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial in France.
The Rev. Canon Frederick Watson D.D. (1844-1906)
Frederick Alfred Clark 1898-1917
Barnet Leach 1823 to 1880; Kate Leach 1874-1875; Mary Ann Leach 1834 – 1898
College Gyp for Queens’ College for 20 years.
Inscription : Captain A.R. CHAPMAN Royal Artillery 16th September 1940 age 53 Rest in Peace for ever in the memory of his wife and sons
James Ind Headly d 1893, Mary Headly d 1895
Arthur Holmes (1836-75) was an Anglican priest and a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. He committed suicide in 1875.
William Vail (1807-1877) William was born in Saffron Walden, the second child of William and Ann nee Athey.
Elizabeth Vail is also buried here.
Horace Francis Henry Gigney died on 14 June 1941. He was an RAF pilot based at Barnack, Northamptonshire.
was a bookseller, publisher and printer at 51 Trumpington Street, Cambridge for at least the period 1861‒91.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FRANK HAYWARD d Apr 8 1929 age 48 also of my dear husband TOM HAYWARD d Jul 19 1939
Master of Trinity College and supporter of the building of the Cemetery chapel
admitted to Queens’ College as a student in 1853, graduating Senior Wrangler in 1857, and was an elected Fellow of the College 1857-71. He became a barrister in 1864, later a QC.
Arthur Lawrence German (1878-1933) was a railway porter in Cambridge. His father had been a bootmaker before him.
He survived the war, died on 15 January 1920 and was buried on 19 January in the parish area of St Andrew the Great in this cemetery “under the Burial Laws Amendment Act 1880”
Herbert was killed at the battle of the Somme on 4 August 1916 at the age of 24
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELLEN the beloved wife of ELIJAH TARRANT d May 8 1873 aged 43 also of ELIJAH TARRANT d June 11 1913 aged 88
died in Salonika in 1918
Anderson Marsh (1822-71) served for ten years with the 15th Regiment the Hussars in India , returned to Cambridge, and ended his life in the Union Workhouse, finally committing suicide.
Town Clerk of the City of York from 1913-1934
Henry Girling Atkins (1819-75) was the son of William Cooper Atkins, tailor of Sydney Street, Cambridge.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM COOPER ATKINS / d Nov 30 1862 aged 85 / also of / HENRY JOHN MATTHEW / eldest son of / JOHN and MARY ANN MATTHEW / and grandson of the above / died at Matlock Sept 12 1879 / aged 34 / In Loving Memory of / FREDERICK WILLIAM / d March 11 1855 aged 11 months / FREDERICK GEORGE / d April 6 1855 aged 18 months / SIDNEY / d Dec 7 1834 aged 3 days / SIDNEY / d July 30 1862 aged 5 / also of / CHARLES JAMES / d Aug 28 1889 aged 42 / interred in the Brighton and Preston Cemetery / the second, fifth, sixth, seventh and ninth sons of / JOHN and MARY ANN MATTHEW
John Matthew (c.1812-89) was the head of the firm of Matthew & Son, grocer, on Trinity Street, Cambridge, for 40 years, 1849-89. Also buried here are his wife and two daughters.
John Cadman Brooks (1879‒1917) was a printer-compositor with the Cambridge University Press until he was called up in July 1916 and died in action at the Battle of Paschendaele on 26 September 1917, aged 38.
Charles Arnold (c.1824‒73) was a professional cricketer who played for Cambridge Town and also for Cambridgeshire between 1843 and 1857. By trade he was a baker.
Phoebe Cave (c.1812-58) lived in Covent Garden, Cambridge, and was a servant.
James Cave (c1811-1888) and Ann Cave (c1810-1899)
William Cave (c.1766-1851), a farmer originally from Bedfordshire, settled in Covent Garden, Cambridge; his wife, Martha Currington (c.1776-1849) was also originally from Bedfordshire. The couple had at least six children, starting a ‘dynasty’ of Caves for whom several graves exist in Mill Road Cemetery.
George Jaggs (1875‒1937) was a builder’s painter in Cambridge. His wife, Fanny Jaggs (née Whittall) (1870‒1935) was from rural Shropshire.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of / FRANÇOISE FULLER PORCHERON / b Dec 27 1862 / d May 17 1881 / In Loving Memory of / CHARLOTTE / the dearly beloved wife of / ANTOINE EMILE PORCHERON / d Feb 5 1892 / age 63 / also / ANTOINE EMILE PORCHERON / d Nov 6 1893 / age 75 / also of / PIERRE EMILE PORCHERON / d May 26 1900 age 38
(1836-1875) was Dean of Clare College, Cambridge, and Professor of Classics in the University. He committed suicide.
Inscription : south kerb ‘Here awaits the resurrection the body of John S. Winbolt Who died Jan. 6 1903 aged 61.’ “The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” north kerb ‘Christiana Isabella Winbolt his wife Who died October 17th 1921’ “Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.”
Inscription : ‘In Loving Memory of Annie Elizabeth the beloved wife of George Apthorpe Wallis Villa Station Rd died Dec 18th 1900 aged 76 years. Come here Jesus Also of George Apthorpe who died Nov 7th 1908 aged 81 years.’ “Well done good and faithful servant enter thou into the joy of thy Lord”
Inscription : In Loving Memory of / JAMES [SEBLEY] — d December — aged 70 / also ELIZABETH / first wife of the above / d December 6 1872 aged 42 / also of ACORN / second wife of the above / d July 3rd 1891 / aged 56
Inscription : Auf wiedersehen / Guy Tremenheere PASSINGHAM
Joseph Turner Bailey (1849 -1917)
Crabb Gillett (1829-94) was a pharmacist in central Cambridge, with premises at 5 Peas Hill.
In loving memory of MARY SUSANNA STOKES who died December 30 1899 aged 75 years
enlisted at Westminster as Rifleman (551149) in the 2/16th (County of London) Battalion (Queens Westminster Rifles).
Alice White Robinson 1828-1871: James White Robinson 1816-1891
David Parr is so special for Cambridge is that in his spare time he went home and decorated the inside of his humble terrace house with the patterns and colours that he so beautifully hand-painted in the much grander neo-Gothic ecclesiastical and civic interiors of his day job
William Gasson (1819-49), student of Classics and Divinity at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge, died at the age of 29.
(1829-1851) was an undergraduate of Clare College, Cambridge. He died of typhoid fever at the end of his third year.
Richard Reynolds Rowe (1824-99), Cambridge architect and engineer, Borough Surveyor, architect of Corn Exchange, Cambridge, Red Cow public house, St Matthew’s Church, and many other buildings in Cambridge and Cambridgeshire.
Volunteer day 14 February 2016
butler of Jesus College many years Churchwarden of St Andrew the Less (on Newmarket Road, Councillor for the St Andrew’s ward, and re-elected continuously until voted Alderman of the City of Cambridge in 1868. In 1877 he was appointed Deputy Mayor
Marion Grace Kennedy was a Classics scholar, a fighter for women’s education, and active member of the suffragette movement.
Inscription : LILIAN CONSTANCE PECK / daughter of GEORGE PECK & HELEN PECK / b Feb 5 1877 d Jul 15 1942 / In Loving Memory of CHARLES HENRY son of GEORGE and HELEN PECK / d June 26 1865 age 3 / also GEORGE PECK d April 1909 / age 82 / erected by HELEN his widow
Inscription : In Loving Memory of / CAROLINE ELIZABETH HUDSON / d June 29 1915 / aged 69 / This cross is erected by her two sons / FRANCIS PERCY HUDSON / b March 8 1874 / d March 4 1930 / CLARA LEEDS / 1855 – 1923 / For 40 years the / devoted friend of the / family “Well done thou good and faithful servant”
Inscription : JOHN O’DELL PAIN / b February 22 1829 / d August 31 1893 / and MARIA his wife b February 20 1832 d March 20 1887 also of HERBERT THOMAS O’DELL / son of the above / b Oct 23 1856 d Nov 29 1877
held on 3 June 2014
Names of local men celebrated
Choirs from St Matthew’s Primary School and Great St Mary’s Church sang at the launch of the first Mill Road Cemetery website.
Daniel Gentle, senior (1857-1929), was a grocer
Fellow and Bursar of Queens’ College
Two events were held in 2014 to commemorate WW1
Year 4 class groups of St Matthew’s School made giant poppies to take to the graves of men commemorated in the cemetery
Guy Belcher, City Council Nature Conservation Projects Officer, led a walk at 4.30am to listen to the Dawn Chorus.
Together with Histon Road and Ascension, the two other Victorian cemeteries in the city, Mill Road Cemetery held an Open Day, celebrating all aspects of stone
Charles Kerridge (1847/8 – 1927) was a bricklayer from Walsham le Willows in Suffolk, who originally worked for builder James Footer of Exning.
co-founder of the publishing house of Macmillan
booksellers and publishers
builder, died 1892
WW1 civilian presumed drowned at sea on 1 August 1917, aged 25
Grocers of Trinity Street
developed a successful drapery and haberdashery shop as well as being a JP
butchers, poulterers and fishmongers
brewer, wine and spirit merchant in Cambridge from 1866 to 1904, also a town councillor and influential civic figure
Emma Rolfe, who was sixteen when she died, worked as a prostitute in the Barnwell district of Cambridge and was murdered in August 1876 on Midsummer Common.
(1819-1915) Master of Clare College for 59 years, the longest serving Master for any institution in England.
Fellow and Librarian of Corpus Christi College
alumnus of Emmanuel College
Fellow of Emmanuel College for 34 years, Bursar of the College for 27 years and Printer to the University for nine years
Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge and an eminent commentator on the development of the British Empire
Fellow of King’s College 1882-98
Verger of King’s College Chapel for 16 years
Chapel Clerk of King’s College
Sir George Gabriel Stokes was one of the leading scientists of his day. His contributions to physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering remain of great importance – indeed of increasing importance – today.
came first to Trinity College Cambridge in 1815 but moved to Queens’ College in February 1816. He was elected a Fellow of the College in 1820, and served as its President from 1832 to his death
distinguished classicist, Fellow of St John’s College, Regius Professor of Greek, author of Latin Primer, died 1889
died in the second Boer War in South Africa
died while fighting in the second Boer War
fought and died in the Boer War in South Africa
Private (3/776) in the 2nd Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died of wounds at the Somme in France on 20 July 1916.
Inscription : War Grave Commission headstone 20732 Pte A BURLINGHAM Suffolk Regt 24 Aug 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : To the Memory of BERTHA CHARLOTTE DAY beloved daughter of JOHN & CHARLOTTE DAY d 6 Oct 1904 aged 49 also RACHEL CURTIS d 16 Sept 1906 aged 71 also CHARLOTTE DAY wife of JOHN DAY and mother of the above d 10 March 1908 aged 78 also JOHN DAY b 1 Mar 1826 d 10 July 1910 reverse To the Memory of MATTHEW SEYMOUR d 20 Feb 1860 aged 59 also RACHEL the beloved wife of the above d 21 Mar 1864 aged 64 and SUSAN CRAME their beloved daughter d 20 Aug 1860 aged 37
Inscription : Suffolk Regiment Insignia Private 9585 H H TAYLOR Suffolk Regiment 17 Jan 1919 aged 47 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : side 1 JAMES H SPENCER d May 18 1870 aged 56 In Affectionate Remembrance of CHARLOTTE REBECCA the beloved daughter of JAMES H & ELIZ SPENCER d Nov 25 1878 aged 19 side 2 MARY the beloved and affectionate wife of JAMES H SPENCER b May 19 1815 d Dec 19 1852 side 3 ELIZABETH MARY the affectionate and beloved daughter of JAMES H & ELIZ SPENCER d July 29 1875 aged 19 ELIZABETH SPENCER d Jan 5 1880 aged 68
Inscription : side 1 CHRISTOPHER GELDARD b Sep 29 1884 d May 16 1939 STEPHEN H GELDARD b Aug 2 1896 d March 11 1940 side 2 [Capt] JOHN GELDARD b Dec 4 1865 d Aug 20 1918 side 3 JANET STUART GELDARD wife of ———– b ——- d ——– side 4 HUMPHREY GELDARD ——– d  CHRISTOPHER GELDARD b 13 March 185 d July – 1897
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ISAAC BARBER d December 13 1904 aged 81
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CARROLL d 9 Mar 1884 aged 43 also GEORGINA CARROLL wife d 30 Nov 1896 aged 57 JOHN W CARROLL infant son b 22 Apr d 6 Aug 1870
George Kett (1860‒1933) was a younger member of Kett family, part-owners of the firm Rattee & Kett, Cambridge wood carvers and stonemasons. Elizabeth was his wife.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ELISE CUNLIFFE STEPHENSON wife of GEORGE WILFRED STEPHENSON d 31 Jul 1873
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ADELAIDE the beloved wife of Captn DIGBY MARSH Royal Navy d Feb 14th 1861 aged 53 also To the Memory of their dear son HANS STEPHENSON ST VINCENT MARSH Lieunt ADJ 33rd Duke of Wellington Regt who after serving at Alma Inderman defence of the trenches on March 22nd and storming of the Redan and being posthumously recommended by Lord RAGLAN in his despatches fell in the trenches before Sebastopol June 24th 1855 aged 21 also To the Memory of Rear Admiral DIGBY MARSH d Janry 5th 1863 aged 68
Inscription : Pray for the soul of MARY ANN TREHEARN d Jan 7 1892 aged 44 erected by the Catholics Our Lady and the English Martyrs in grateful remembrance of the mistress of their school for 23 years
Inscription : PATRICIA HOPE HOUSE b 20 Jun 1924 d  Oct 1924
Inscription : MINNIE GERTRUDE MARSHALL d 4 May 1903 age 29
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of JAMES HAYNES d July 8th 1924 aged 72 also FLORENCE HAYNES d Oct 28th 1887 aged 5 also ELIZABETH wife of JAMES HAYNES d May 21 1937 aged 78 also HERBERT JAMES HAYNES killed in France Aug 28th 1918 aged 23 also ELLEN ELIZABETH HAYNES d Jan 20th 1949 aged 56 slab 1: also MARGARET CLARA / HAYNES / d Feb 8th 1964 / aged 73 slab 2: EDITH MARY HAYNES / d Nov 4th 1972
Inscription : JAMES MISSEN d Jan 18 1932 age 53 also HARRIET MISSEN d Oct 27 1934 age 63
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM MONTGOMERY COATES Fellow & Bursar of Queens Col d 16 Jan 1912 aged 54 also of SUSAN – wife d 26 May 1927 BASIL MONTGOMERY COATES son killed in action in France 7 Sept 1915 aged 22 AILEEN MONTGOMERY COATES daughter d 28 Nov 1891 aged 14 months
Lucy Jane Robinson (1805-1898) was the step-mother of Lady Mary Susanna Stokes, the wife of Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Bart.
Inscription : In Memory of FREDERICK CHARLES FISK d Nov 28 1907 aged 19
Inscription : In Memory of CHARLOTTE wife of STEPHEN MANSFIELD d Apr 23 1887 age 63 also of STEPHEN MANSFIELD d Jul 29 1905 age 80
Inscription : In Loving Memory ZENAS RYDER d Feb 7th  aged 38 FRED son of the above who fell in action at Houtlines Armentieres June 3rd 1915 aged 19
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WINIFRED ANNIE HUMPHREY d December 31st 1921 aged 28 also her husband 2nd Lieut WP HUMPHREY 4 London Regt RF who fell in action May 27 1918 aged 28 interred Dainville Cemetery near Arras also ETHEL M CLARK aged 11 months
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIE HARRY CAMPS d Jan 29 1900 age 36 also GEORGE NEWLING CAMPS d April 11 1911 age 77 also EMMA CAMPS beloved wife of GEORGE NEWLING d Sept 1 1918 age 
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM WHITELEGGE Rector of Syderstone Norfolk and for sometime Vicar of Threlkeld Widnes and Bramford Speke b 4 Aug 1818 d 16 March 1896 also Mary Ann Whitelegge
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM SAINT d Nov 23 1924 aged 73 also of MATILDA JANE SAINT wife of the above d Sep 4 1944 aged 84 In Loving Memory of WILLIAM JOHN son of WILLIAM & MJ SAINT d Feb 11 1888 aged 2_ also of JOHN & FRANK GERALD who died in infancy In Loving Memory of WILLIAM DOUGLAS SAINT of the 5th battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force (son of WILLIAM & MJ SAINT) died on Salisbury Plain Jan 2 1915 age 23 In Loving Memory of EDWARD TWELFTREE SAINT killed in action in France Aug 1918 age 33
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM LOFTS for sixty three years faithful servant of — Emmanuel College b Feb 11 1801 d Aug 29 1884 also of SARAH SUSANNAH wife of the above d May 11 1893 aged 77 also ARTHUR CHARLES LOFTS d April 16 1930 aged 72 reverse ANN DRUSCILLA LOFTS d April 8 1943 aged 83 also ETHEL MAUD LOFTS d March 10 1949 aged 59 footstone ADL EML WL SSL ACL
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM BOND (over 28 years a member of the Borough Police Force) d Mar 10 1899 age 51 also ARTHUR LUNN grandson of the above d Aug 21 1899 age 2 also CECIL LUNN d Mar 25 1903 in his 4th year also ELIZABETH BOND beloved wife of the above d May 9 1927 age 78
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SUSAN beloved wife of CHARLES FEW d Nov 15 1900 age 57 also SIDNEY CHARLES [FEW] son of the above who died of enteric at Charlestown South Africa Jun 12 1902 age 24 also CHARLES husband of the above who entered into his well earned rest Feb 28 1913 in his 75th year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH PRESTON HEADDEY b 28 Feb 1818 wife of THOMAS HEADLEY HEADDEY d 28 Oct 1898 also [HERVEY PARRY] HEADDEY reverse In Loving Memory of MARY GAGE 2nd daughter of the late THOMAS PARRY of Thetford d Aug 19 1886 age 72
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH GILLAM HEADLY d Dec 26 1899 age 79 also EDWARD [IND] HEADLY d Jul 4 1905 age 88 also ALICE MARY HEADLY d May 4 1920 age 69
Inscription : In Loving Memory of REUBEN SLINGSBY d Jun 1 1925 age 67 also CHARLOTTE beloved wife of the above d Jan 7 1941 age 82 DORIS SLINGSBY d Feb 5 1897 age 3 months
Inscription : In Loving Memory of our darling FRANCIS d March 24th 1936 aged 10 months baby son of GIACOMO & DOROTHY LARDI
Inscription : In Loving Memory of my beloved husband JOHN WILLIAM MANNING d Apr 21 1924 age 48 CHARLOTTE LUCY MANNING d Jul 8 1959 age 82
Inscription : SUSANNA ELIZABETH STOKES b Dec 15 1859 d Dec 10 1863 | In Loving Memory of WILLIAM GEORGE GABRIEL STOKES MA MB b Feb 9 1863 d Aug 26 1893
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARTHA WARDLE YOUNG d Dec 1st 1895 aged 43 SAMUEL OLIVER YOUNG d [June] 13th 1896 aged 49
Inscription : In Loving Memory of LOUISA DAY d 8 May 1934 aged 72 WILLIAM SEYMOUR DAY d 3 Nov 1940 aged 86
Inscription : In Loving Memory of KENNETH GORDON CAMPBELL Lieutenant 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry who fell in action at Loos Sep 25 1915 age 20 dulce et decorum est pro patria mori JANE E L CAMPBELL b Jan 7 1825 d Nov 22 1910 MURIEL GORDON CAMPBELL d Oct 18 1952 GORDON CAMPBELL b Aug 21 1851 d Nov 14 1917
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JAMES SW MILLS d March 23 1901 aged 59 also of BETSEY the beloved wife of the above d May 13 1924 aged 84 reverse In Loving Memory of HARRIET the beloved wife of TOM MILLS d July 19th 1918 aged 52 interred at Sutton-in-Ashfield Cemetery also of Pte RF MILLS son of the above ——— of the Sherwood Forrester was killed in action on June 5th 1915 aged 20
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JAMES FURNISS b Feb 21 1853 d April 2 1916 also of HERBERT (BERT) son of the above b April 26 1888 killed in action Sep 7 1918 also of EDWIN son of the above b Aug 23 1879 d Oct 4 1886 also ROSA FANNY beloved wife of the above d Feb 19 1938 aged 85
James Frederick Heal was a Corporal in the 73rd Black Watch. His death in 1901 suggests that he was a casualty of the Second Boer War.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of IVETT GRANT d Feb 9 1906 age 32 also MARGARET PAPWORTH d Nov 24 1958 age 92 also ELSIE MARGARET GRANT d 27 Aug 1983 age 87
Inscription : In Loving Memory of HEZEKIAH WHITE FEW d Nov 27 1901 aged 37 also of LOUISA ADA wife of the above d March 16 1906 aged 38 and of their daughter ADELINE d Feb 11 1908 aged 9 reverse In Loving Memory of ARTHUR EDWIN FEW grandson of C CARELESS killed in action in France Sept 6 1916 age 21
Inscription : In Loving Memory of HARRY REUBEN COWELL d Jan 17 1906 aged 17 also HARRY COWELL d May 9 1930 aged 64 also MARTHA ANN COWELL d Nov 6 1943 age 80 Gunner GW COWELL RGA killed in action in France 24 1918 age 20
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FRANCES CAROLINE the beloved wife of BENJAMIN JOLLEY d March 31st 1895 b July 3rd 1826 also of BENJAMIN JOLLEY d April 11th 1900 in his 80th year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ERNEST STEARN d Mar 25 1900 age 4 also of THOMAS HENRY STEARN killed in action in France May 30 1918 age 25 also of their parents MARY ANN STEARN d Feb 23 1947 age 88 GEORGE THOMAS STEARN d Jul 16 1947 age 87
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EMILY ALICE MARY CLARK d May 4 1905 aged 19 also of EDWARD JOSEPH CLARK killed in France May 13 1915 aged 34 also of JAMES WILLIAM CLARK d Aug 17 1916 aged 69 also of ANNIE MARIA CLARK wife of the above d March 6 1933 aged 85 and WALTER JOHN CLARK killed in France March 21 1918 aged 34
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH LYDIA HARDING d Apr 28 1924 age 75 also her husband GEORGE HARDING d May 16 1931 age 84
Inscription : In Loving Memory of DANIEL BANHAM d [Jan] 1 1886 ALICE B BANHAM d Oct [–] 1904 age 47 CHARLES HENRY BANHAM d May 12 1905 age 75 HARRIET ANN [GREATHEAD] d [Sep 7] 1913 age 
Inscription : In Loving Memory of BERTHA the beloved wife of AE BUTLER d Dec 25th 1915 aged 46 also FRED son of the above died in France March 8th 1918 aged 19 and ALBERT EDWARD BUTLER d June 7th 1948 aged 73
Inscription : In Loving Memory of BENJAMIN WARD b May 10 1821 d Jul 21 1887 also ESTHER wife of the above b Sep 5 1820 d May 4 1903 [also] HARRY RUSSELL WARD line illegible b Oct  1881 d Oct 1[-] 1893
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ARTHUR GILL d 22 Feb 1923 aged 63 also son FRANK GILL killed in action 1916 also of our dear mother CAROLINE GILL d 18 Sept 1952 aged 87
Inscription : In Loving Memory of AMY ROSE beloved child of CHARLES & MAHALA LEWIS d 20 Dec 1898 aged 3 years 9 months and of CHARLES FREDERICK LEWIS beloved husband of MAHALA d 30 Oct 1935 aged 65 also of his beloved wife MAHALA LEWIS d 29 Mar 1950 aged 73 also EMILY MAY LEWIS d 3 Sept 1980 aged 80 also their daughter FLORENCE MARGUERITE d 17 April 1974 aged 68
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALFRED TAYLOR d April 27 1916 aged 42 also of his beloved wife JESSIE d June 9 1961 aged 85
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALFRED GEORGE MICKLE d 9th March 1917 aged 40 and of ELEANOR KATE MICKLE d 8th March 1959 aged 80
during the war became a signaller in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He appears to have been discharged from his regiment by the time of his death at the age of 21 in January 1918.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of a devoted husband and father FREDERICK HERBERT LUCCHESI d Nov 4th 1948 aged 82 also SUSAN MARIA LUCCHESI d Aug 30th 1954 aged 89 also of our darling daughter WINIFRED IMELDA taken into Gods care June 23rd 1903 aged 3 years 9 months
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of SARAH REBECCA the beloved wife of GEORGE HUTCHINSON d Apr 16 1931 age 62 also of SIDNEY GEORGE her son who was killed in France 1918 also GEORGE HUTCHINSON d Feb 14 1942 aged 73 buried in Newmarket Cemetery
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of my devoted husband EBENEZER SMITH who passed peacefully away 14th Nov 1918 aged 77 also ELLEN the devoted and dearly beloved wife of the above d Jan 19th 1920 aged 73 To the Memory of the beloved children of E & E SMITH FREDERICK NOTTAGE b May 15th 1868 d Feb 8th 1871 HAROLD ASHLEIGH b July 9th 1882 d Dec 23rd 1886
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of HENRY JOHN BUCKWELL b Aug 13th 1855 d March 8th 1915 also REBECCA ANN BUCKWELL wife of the above d Nov 21st 1938
Inscription : IELM A devoted mother ANNIE WOODCOCK d Fe 18 193 aged 68 also her beloved husband WILLIAM THOMAS WOODCOCK d Feb 7 1947 aged 82 also her son WILLIAM HENRY WOODCOCK died in France April 27 1918 aged 28
Inscription : headstone JEMIMA ANN wife of JAMES CHANDLER d Sep 3 1883 aged 56 JOHN JAMES CHANDLER d Feb 18 1924 aged 93 JOHN WALTER CHANDLER son of above d April 26 1917 interred at Ipswich also of ADELAIDE SUSAN CHANDLER daughter of above d September 13 1922 footstone JAC JWC ASC JJC
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of our dear grandmother MARY ANN LOUISE FRESHWATER d May 31 1936 in her 77 year (sic) also of her son our dear father FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES FRESHWATER killed in France August 5 1917 aged 35 kerbs ROBERT REEVE d Nov 17 1889 aged 58 EMILY AMELIA REEVE d Nov 16 1905 aged 61
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of MABLE WARD BOLTON the beloved daughter of WALTER W & FANNY F BOLTON b Jan 11 1890 d Nov 4 1918 also of FANNY FRISBY BOLTON wife of WALTER WILLIAM BOLTON d May 14 1932 WALTER WILLIAM BOLTON b March 2nd 1864 d Jan 27th 1945 daughter of the above EOLA WHENDEMER BOLTON 1904-1982 kerbs also CECIL ROBERT BOLTON ex RA 1895-1966 and his wife FLORENCE LOUISA [WOODCOCK] 1890-1965
Inscription : headstone (War Grave Commission) 80610 Private H C FLACK Middlesex Regiment 8 November 1918 aged 31 kerbs In Loving Memory of NINA ROSE FLACK d Dec 3 1935 aged 17 scroll In Loving Memory of SUSAN EMMA REBECCA FLACK d Sep 3 1939 aged 51
Inscription : Mary Ann Owen wife of CHARLES OWEN Esq of Chelsea d April 19 1867 aged 83
Inscription : GEORGE KETT b 26 Jun 1809 d 12 Aug 1872 and SARAH his wife b 22 Apr 1809 d 18 Nov 1885 FREDERICK JAMES son of the above d Dec 16 1916 also SUSANNAH ELIZABETH b May 26 1846 d Aug 16 1941
Inscription : cross 1 STTLMO MAUD MARY KETT b 1181868 d 1911952 CATHARINE wife of GEORGE KETT b 9th Aug 1834 d 4th Aug 1907 GEORGE KETT JP born at Wymondham June 4th 1836 died at Cambridge May 6th 1914 cross 2 (fallen) In Loving Memory of CATHARINE SARAH wife of REGINALD JOHN ROBERTS MB born at Cambridge August 23rd 1863 died at Lowestoft April 9th 1894 eldest daughter of GEORGE and CATHARINE KETT also of Cadet GERALD KETT ROBERTS RN their younger son who died at the Royal Naval College Dartmouth Treasured Memories of youth 31st March 1909 aged 15
Inscription : G14939 Private R B CULPIN Royal Sussex Regiment 16th December 1918 age 20 (Commonwealth War Grave )
Inscription : ARO MARY wife WILLIAM SCOTT d 20 Dec 1868 aged 63 also WILLIAM SCOTT husband of above d 5th Feb 1875 aged 71
Died on 8 November 1918 at the age of 31, was initially a Private (30934) in the Suffolk Regiment, was transferred as a Private (179202) to the I.W.B. (Infantry Works Battalion) Middlesex Regiment (Res) Garrison Battalion, then transferred to (80610) the Labour Corps.
Inscription : 166375 Sapper WR EVERARD Royal Engineers 9th November 1918 age 27 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : [east face] In loving memory of William Edward Bulman Sergeant in the Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry Lieutenant in the Cambridge Fire Brigade who died March 12th 1901 from disease contracted whilst on active service in the South African War aged 29 years Thy will be done Also Milly the well beloved wife of Edward Bulman (& mother of the above) who died November 3rd 1903 aged 53 years He giveth his beloved sleep [south face] In loving memory of Milly the beloved wife of Edward Bulman who died November 3rd 1903 aged 54 years He giveth his beloved sleep [=final inscription]
Private [probably acting Corporal] (326012) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 21 September 1918, aged 25, at the Second Battle of the Somme
Private (26264) in the 11th (Service) Battalion (Lewisham), the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, attached to the Trench Mortar Battery was killed in France on 5 August 1917
Lance Corporal in the 2nd Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment (No. 27215), was killed in action in France on 6 September 1916.
Inscription : missing stone WILLIAM GREEN d Oct 6 1919 aged 85 ELIZABETH GREEN widow d March 16 1925 aged 90 CAROLINE TAYLOR sister d Nov 24 1936 aged 100 Dvr WILLIE FINCHAM GREEN RASC d May 30 1918 aged 39 interred in France
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM POTTER SPALDING d 1916 also MARTHA d April 21 1920 age 75 also of PERCY JOHN their son Town Clerk of York d Jan 22 1934 age 55
William Henry Martin (1862-1945) was a bricklayer’s labourer, later a stableman for the Star Brewery in Cambridge. Mary Annis Loates was his wife of 53 years, Elizabeth F. A. Loates his niece.
Inscription : MARY A HILLS d September 27  aged  THOMAS HILLS several lines illegible ——ELL HILLS [Aug 28 18–] age 66 remainder illegible
Inscription : side 1 In Affectionate Remembrance of ROBERT RANSOM MD d March 30 1874 aged 53 also of MARIA RANSOM his wife d Nov 15 1891 age 73 side 2 In Affectionate Remembrance of ROBERT ANDERSON RANSOM MA Priest eldest son of ROBT RANSOM MD b Oct 9 1853 d Oct 6 1891
Inscription : Dieu [Lui] [Fasse] [Paix] Monsiur JEAN GUILLAUME ROBERT RENEVENUA an accomplished musician born in Paris 1787 departed this life 4 December 1868 aged 81
Inscription : In treasured Memory of our very dear one REGINALD JOHN CHANDLER d Feb 17 1944 age 57 also of INEZ ELLEN CHANDLER beloved wife of the above d Mar 18 1949
Inscription : In Memory of CAROLINE POWENCEBY DARKINS d May 13th 1930 aged 72 also of GEORGE WALTER DARKINS d June 6th 1939 aged 80 In Memory of HENRY GEORGE DARKINS who died of wounds whilst on active service June 11th 1917 aged 32
Inscription : HENRIETTA [D]EARLD [——NS] TAYLOR —– daughter of JAMES DIMMOCK of Cambridge died at Birmingham 27 Aug 1882 aged 40
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WALTER BROCKETT d Nov 11 1928 age 66 also GERTRUDE MARY his wife d Feb 16 1940 age 65
Inscription : In Loving Memory of HENRIETTA MUNNINGS d Feb 6 1923 aged 76 also of GEORGE HENRY MUNNINGS d June 16 1932 aged 57 also MATILDA MUNNINGS d Feb 9 1950 aged 74
Inscription : GEORGE BRIMLEY MA Trin Coll Camb d May 29th 1857 aged 37
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of ELLEN MARGARET EARL d Nov 9th 1939 aged 68 also of her husband GEORGE EARL d Jan 31st 1950 aged 80 kerbs also In Memory of Pte FREDERICK GEORGE EARL killed in action in France May 13th 1918 aged 19
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH BROWN d Jan 25th 1915 aged 86 and of her beloved daughter KATE LOUISA d 16th Aug 1942 the dearly beloved wife of JOHN MURRISH MA JOHN MURRISH b 1888 d 3rd Sept 1965
Inscription : Grant him Lord eternal rest WILLIAM KEMP Manciple of Trinity College d April 8th 1873 aged 60 also his wife ELEANOR KEMP d June 7th 1877 aged 74
Inscription : EDWARD HAMILTON ACTON Fellow and Lecturer of St Johns College b November 26th 1862 d February 15th 1895
Inscription : TTBM of the Rev EDMUND HENRY MORGAN MA Fellow and Senior Tutor of Jesus College Cambridge b Nov 17th 1838 d August 8th 1895
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH wife of OWEN JOHN JONES d May 29 1891 aged 76 OWEN JOHN JONES d April 11 1874 aged 60 also TTLMO DORA b 2nd April 1844 d 30th March 1933
Inscription : In Loving Memory of DAVID DANIEL PARR d Dec 6 1927 age 73 also MARY JANE PARR d Nov 13 1949 age 89
Inscription : CORDELIA wife of WILLIAM WHEWELL DD Master of Trinity College d December  1855 aged — ———– EVERINA FRANCES wife of William Whewell DD Master of Trinity College
died April 1 1865 aged 58 years
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of CHARLOTTE wife of JOHN CHASTENEY HARVEY d 20th November 1920 aged 73 kerbs In Loving Memory of JOHN CHASTENEY HARVEY d March 25 1910 aged 58
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH wife of CHARLES STARLING d Dec 15 1872 aged 56 also of CHARLES STARLING d Sept 6 1882 aged 61
Inscription : In Loving Memory of BERKELEY GEORGE CYRIL CHALLICE d 27 Aug 1914 aged 32 also HARRIET CHALLICE d 12 Apr 1922 aged 65 also FREDERICK EATON BERKELEY CHALLICE d 14 Apr 1924 aged 71
Inscription : BENJAMIN HALL KENNEDY DD Regius Professor of Greek Fellow of St Johns College Cambridge Canon of Ely and from 1836 to 1866 Headmaster of Shrewsbury School b 6 Nov 1807 d 6 Apr 1889 JANET CAIRD KENNEDY b 5 Oct 1808 d 2 Jan 1874 MARION GRACE KENNEDY b Nov 23 1836 d Jan 11 1914
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ARTHUR FREDERICK LOFTS who was a Councillor of this Borough for 18 years d 24 July 1950 age 56 also his wife HILDA MAY LOFTS d 7 April 1969
Inscription : ANNA MARIA FLITCROFT third daughter of the late AMOZ JAMES & FRANCES FLETCHER of Holywell Park Kent d Jan 30 1902 also of KEZIA LAURENCA FLITCROFT FLETCHER eldest child of AMOZ JAMES & FRANCES FLETCHER d Mar 3 1907
Inscription : ALICE SHIPPEY wife of the late HENRY SHIPPEY d 22 Mar 1851 aged 82 also SUSAN SHIPPEY daughter of above d 3 Jan 1876 aged 74
Inscription : In Memory of AGNES CHARTER MASON d 13 Oct 1947 aged 78 ALFRED NORMAN MASON d 15 Jan 1958 aged 84 and son ALFRED DAVID DECK[DEK] MASON died in Rangoon 9 May 1946 aged 19 [buried in Rangoon Military Cemetery] also KATHLEEN VALETTA MASON wife of AN MASON d 8 Nov 1963
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM KENT d 23rd Sept 1932 aged 42 and of his wife ADA ELIZABETH d 22nd Oct 1976 aged 90
Inscription : WILLIAM WHITE d May 2 1874 aged 76 ROBERT WHITE d May 21 187 aged 73
Inscription : VERA [LILIAN] FORDHAM d Aug 22 1920 aged 7
Alfred Arthur Wallis (1885-1918) fought during the First World War on the western front with the 1/2 Cambridgeshire Regiment, and died on 24 October 1918.
Inscription : STTDMO KATE HARDING STREET First Head-mistress of The Perse High School for Girls Cambridge 1881-1909 d December 3rd 1913 aged 68 and of her beloved friend HANNAH OSBORN d January 7th 1924 aged 87
Inscription : side 1 In Memory of FREDERICK JOHN ROGERS SCALES d January 16th 1868 aged 1 year & 5 months also In Memory of JULIA ANN widow of the late JOHN ROGERS of London d June 27th 1868 aged 24 side 2 In Loving Memory of HANNAH the beloved wife of GEORGE SCALES Senr d July 11th 1886 aged 54 also GEORGE SCALES husband of the above d January 20th 1904 in his 70th year side 3 In Loving Memory of KATE BEATRICE the beloved wife of ALFRED SCALES d November 28th 1918 aged 50
Inscription : side 1 HAROLD ARCHIBALD b Nov 23 1882 d Jan 25 1884 an infant son of FREDERICK & SUSAN ELIZABETH SWANN born and died June 11th 1881 ISMO FREDERICK SWANN d November 7th 1900 aged 51 also of his beloved wife SUSAN ELIZABETH d 11th October 1930 in her 80th year after 30 years side 2 also of FREDERICK JOHN SWANN their eldest son d 14 July 1938 aged 62 side 3 also of JOHN GEORGE LANGHORN SWANN their third son Vicar of Waterbeach 1938-1957 d 2nd August 1963 aged 85 side 4 also of ALBERT FRANCIS SWANN their second son d 5 July 1946 aged 69 and his wife EDITH ANNIE SWANN d 7 July 1960 aged 81
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of EMMA HOSEGOOD b May 21st 1849 d April 21st 1913 also of LUKE HOSEGOOD b July 10th 1851 d June 15th 1924
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ANNIE ELIZABETH BARRETT d January 20th 1930 aged 71 also of HENRY CHARLES BARRETT d June 5th 1941 aged 84 and GERTRUDE MABEL BYLETT their youngest daughter d May 16th 1949 aged 55
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of SAMUEL NOBLE d Feb 9 1917 aged 48 also ELIZABETH NOBLE d July 6 1953 aged 86 slab In Loving Memory of Pte S A B NOBLE 15th Middlesex Reg attached 7th Queens Royal West Surrey killed in action in France Sep 28 1916 aged 25
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of LOUISA wife of JAMES HOLLIMAN d July 20th 1931 aged 69 also of JAMES HOLLIMAN d August 2nd 1932 aged 73 flower holder Mother and Dad
Inscription : J E LANGWORTHY Australian Munition Worker 30th July 1918 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In Memory of SIDNEY BARKER killed in action Sep 10 1918 CAROLINE ANN BARKER d Feb [6th] 1940
Mary Rowton (née Gibson) (1809-79) was the daughter of a college draper, and herself a schoolteacher. She was the first wife of William Paul Ivitt Rowton, ironmonger and “gentleman” of Cambridge.
Inscription : In Memory of CHARLES WHARTON NAYLOR b July 29  d Oct 10 1878 also his widow SARAH PEARS NAYLOR b Sept  182 d March 26 189 SARAH FRANCES eldest daughter of CW & SP NAYLOR b All Saints Day 18– d Christmas Eve 187 EMILY TYMMS ———- —– NAYLOR b —— 10 185 [1 or 4] d [Jan] 11 1855
Inscription : In Memory of CHARLES ARNOLD d Feb 1st 1873 aged 49 also PENELOPE widow of the above and wife of THOMAS CAVE d Feb 6th 1895 aged 71
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of ARTHUR AYRES killed at Salonica Jan 25th 1918 aged 21 also EVLYN AYRES d Feb 3rd 1919 aged 16 also ELIZA ANNE AYRES d Oct 24th 1940 aged 72 also ANDREW EDWARD AYRES d Sept 27th 1952 aged 83
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WALTER EDWARD PAIN b 2 Nov 1835 d 25 Dec 1910 also MARY ANN wife d 12 Dec 1919 in her 83rd year also EMILY PAIN b 16 May 1865 d 24 Apr 1939 also JESSIE PAIN b 14 Mar 1881 d 29 Dec 1941 also ALICE PAIN b 1 Jun 1868 d 11 July 1952 also ADA PAIN b 17 Mar 1875 d 6 Mar 1963
Inscription : In Loving Memory of our dear DOROTHY d Aug 19 1911 aged 16 also In Loving Memory of our younger son PERCY C FROST 2nd Lieut 10th KSLI who was killed in action in France Sept 8th 1918 also of HELEN FROST widow of A T FROST d Oct 28 1928 aged 60
In Loving Memory of Matilda Ann Stearn d 31st March 1915 aged 58 William Stearn d 2 Feb 1941 aged 86
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN EDMUND LEEDS d 18 Aug 1920 aged 67 also ROBERT WALTER LEEDS son of the above killed in action in France 28 Apr 1918 aged 27 also MARY ANN LEEDS wife of the above d 5 Aug 1931 age 72 also their son JOHN EDMUND LEEDS d 15 Aug 1950 age 62
Inscription : In Loving Memory of HARRY MOSS LIVERMORE b March 2nd 1891 killed in France March 1918 also WILLIAM JAMES LIVERMORE b Oct 1st 1883 d Oct 30th 1918
Inscription : In Loving Memory of dear mother ELLEN KATHRINE MANN d 18 June 1944 aged 77 also ARTHUR her son d 23 Oct 1908 aged 6
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM ALBERT WALSH d April 1913 and of his much loved wife ALICE d June 1955 also of their daughter KATHLEEN CLARICE d June 1939
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SAMUEL BRANCH LAWN d Jan 18th 1881 aged 41 also MARY ANN LAWN d June 3rd 1908 aged 65 In Loving Memory of ALICE MAUD LAWN d July 27 1921 aged 52
Inscription : In Loving Memory of Pte THOMAS GEORGE 8th Suffolks died at Colchester April 26 1915 aged 19 also THOMAS GEORGE d Oct 8 1917 aged 64 also of DIANAH GEORGE wife of above d Sept 15 1925 aged 58
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PRIME WILLIAM COULSON b May 24 1870 d Feb 2 1908 also MARJORIE aged 5 months
Inscription : In Loving Memory of POLLIE COULSON d November 22nd 1890 aged 31
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MILDRED EMMELINE WORLEDGE d December 22 1917 aged 29
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MILDRED A NUTCOMBE d Jan 6 1918 aged 18 also of THOMAS ARTHUR NUTCOMBE 2nd Lieut Royal Air Force killed in France Aug 2 1918 aged 20 also of their father THOMAS HENRY NUTCOMBE d Sept 9 1935 aged 70 and of MARY ANN NUTCOMBE d April 9 1952 aged 79
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY PAULL d Nov 9 1912 aged 94 also of ELIZABETH PAULL daughter of the above d Feb 1 1917 aged 76
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY COWARD d May 24th 1911 aged 55 WILLIAM JOHN COWARD d Nov 28th 1929 aged 75
Inscription : In Loving Memory of LUCY COULSON d November 9 1911 aged 77 also PRIME TAYLOR COULSON d April 3 1914 aged 77
Inscription : In Loving Memory of KATE KITTIE wife of ERNEST MORLEY b Dec 23 1864 d Apr 24 1918
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JANE the beloved wife of JOHN CLARK d Dec 31st 1925 aged 56 also JOHN CLARK husband of above d June 9th 1948 aged 80 also the beloved son of the above Pte H J CLARK MM killed in action in France Sept 26th 1917 aged 24
Inscription : west face; In Loving Memory of SARAH wife of THOMAS EDWARDS d December 19th 1856 in the 57th year of her age also of THOMAS EDWARDS d October 30th 1868 in the 74th year of his age also of FREDERICK son of the above d October 6th 1871 in the 31st year of his age also of HARRIET daughter of the above d December 18th 1886 in the 61st year of her age: east face; In Loving Memory of HENRY EDWARDS b March 4 1833 d November 10 1893 also of SOPHIA EDWARDS b Sept 15 1832 d April 7 1895 also of FANNY EDWARDS b May 26th 1845 d Feb 25th 1909 also of CAROLINE EDWARDS b Nov 30th 1840 d July 16th 1913
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE EDWIN BIGG d Nov 21st 1930 in his 58th year also MAY EMILY BIGG d Dec 22 1952 in her 77th year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ESAU HOWE d Feb 16 1915 aged 66 also ELIZABETH HOWE wife of the above d May 12 1921 aged 79
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EMMA CLARK d J– —  aged  also ERNEST JONATHAN CLARK grandson of the above killed in action in France Oct 13 1918 aged 1
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELLEN the beloved wife of ELIJAH TARRANT d Sept 27 1903 aged 67
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELLEN KIMMENCE d 3 Oct 1920 aged 57 also husband NOAH KIMMENCE d 20 Dec 1941 aged 78 also LORIS MAY KIMMENCE d 3 Feb 19 aged 1 year 9 months also of LCE CPL TED KIMMENCE killed in action 12 May 1915 aged 20
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELLA BLANCHE dearly loved daughter of MATTHEW & IDA MCKENZIE b Nov 4th 1905 d March 10th 1906
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH ANN beloved wife of CHARLES BROWN d Dec 23rd 1892 aged 45 also of ARTHUR STANLEY LIVERMORE grandson of the above d April 25th 1950 aged 46 ELIZA M LIVERMORE 1879-1959 widow of ARTHUR JOHN LIVERMORE RAMC killed in action 1917
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDWIN COULSON d 25 June 1893 aged 65 also ORPAH wife of the above d 23 May 1891 interred in Norwood Cemetery
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALFRED KIRKUP d 15 March 1931 aged 69 also of his son Cpl ALFRED WILLIAM KIRKUP 1st Cambridgeshire Regt killed in action at Tower Hamlets 26 Sept 1917 aged 27 also his wife ALICE d 3 May 1955 aged 87
Inscription : Imperial War Graves Commission headstone H L BAVISTER Stoker 1st Class RN SS 110902 – HMS Pembroke d 3 Sept 1917 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : IGRO (mother) LOUISA ANN HOWELL d 15 Jun 1935 aged 69 also (father) HERBERT DICK HOWELL d 14 Apr 1936 aged 66 and (BILL) HERBERT THOMAS HOWELL d 20 July 1916 aged 19
Inscription : IEPMO Our beloved sons FREDERICK BARTON CURZON KRRC d February 12 1917 at Keighley Military Hospital aged 32 also of ARTHUR WILLIAM HARRY CURZON 1st Cambs Regt killed in action July 8 1917 buried in Brandhoek Military Cemetery Flanders aged 34 and In Loving Memory of ARTHUR GEORGE CURZON d March 15 1929 aged 74 reverse also of Mother SARAH ELIZABETH CURZON d Jan 23 1939 aged 82
Inscription : IARO HENRY GUMBLETON who accidentally drowned in the River Cam 29 Mar 1872 aged 30
Inscription : IARO brother HENRY SHRIVE d 14 Feb 1891 aged 56 MARY In Loving Memory of JOHN SHRIVE d 7 Nov 1909 aged 63 also ARTHUR E SHRIVE youngest son of above dearly loved husband of CONSTANCE SHRIVE killed in action Polygon Wood near [Yerps] on 26 Sept 1917 aged 37 IARO ADELAIDE ANN daughter of EDWARD & MARY SHRIVE of Oundle Northamptonshire d 4 May 1872 aged 22 H-DA —- [SHRIV]E JOHN W ——- d [Nov]  18-5 MARY JOHN d Feb aged 93
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of PERCY C KING d April 27 1922 aged 22 In our home you are fondly remembered Sweet memories cling round thy dear name Those that loved you in life dear Percy Will love you in death just the same also his mother ANNIE HARRIET KING d April 13 1941 aged 69 God saw the rugged pathway was getting hard to climb So he closed her weary eyelids and whispered peace be thine also of her daughter ALICE VICTORIA KING d Jan 21 1957 aged 59 scroll HERBERT WILSON fell in action August 4th 1916 aged 24 also his wife MABEL MARY WILSON d Feb 21 1952 aged 59
Walter Charles, baker and casualty of the First World War, and Edith Whitmore Martin were children of Henry James, butcher at 202 Mill Road, Cambridge, and Rebecca Mary Martin; all four ended their lives in Cambridge.
Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of MARIANNE the beloved wife of JOHN KENT d June 16th 1916 aged 65 also of ALBERT JAMES youngest son of the above killed in action at Ginchy France September 3rd 1916 aged 25 also JOHN KENT husband of the above d July 30th 1928 in his 75th year also of RUTH EMMA eldest daughter of the above d April 6th 1950 aged 67 open book In Loving Memory of HENRY CHARLES KENT son of the above d 2nd Sept 1956 aged 78 In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH HARRIET KENT daughter of the above d 16th April 1962 aged 78
Inscription : headstone In Ever Loving Memory of EDITH LOUISE the beloved wife of DANIEL GEORGE SAYER d Aug 22 1928 aged 61 also DANIEL GEORGE SAYER d Feb 22 1940 aged 78 kerbs LOUISA COPLING d Jan 15 1921 aged 76 CHARLES E SAYER RE died in France for England 1918
Inscription : headstone 423319 Private S SHEPHERD 10th BN London Regiment 21 May 1917 aged 38 kerbs In Loving Memory of SAMUEL SHEPHERD d 21 May 1917 aged 38 MARY ELIZABETH SHEPHERD b 1 Dec 1876 d 6 Aug 1975
Inscription : Fond Memory of FREDERICK TUDOR HALL beloved husband of JULIA HALL d Aug 28 1898 in his 43rd year
Inscription : column side 1 IARO CHAPPEL BRAND SMITH d Dec 20 1871 aged 48 JANE HARRIET beloved wife of JOSEPH PARKINSON d 4 June 1911 in her 87th year IEARO EMILY ALICE BREMNER daughter of CHAPPEL BRAND SMITH 5th Oct 1911 aged  side 2 Sacred to the Memory of FRANK seventh son of CHAPPEL BRAND SMITH died at Charter Rhodesia 14 Jan 1899 ILRO ALBERT CECIL SMITH d Nov 22 1910 aged 55 interred at Yardley Cemetery Nov 26th IEARO ARTHUR FREDERICK SMITH b 8 Aug 1874 d 26 Oct 1918 side 3 In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH JANE SMITH dearly beloved wife of WILLIAM HENRY CHAPPEL SMITH b  Nov 1847 d 17 June  ETHEL HOLT CARTER youngest daughter of above and wife of A E CARTER d 13 Jan 1922 aged 36 scroll 1 In Loving Memory of EVA MARIE dearly beloved wife of SIDNEY SMITH d March 21st 1911 aged 33 scroll 2 In Loving Memory of Pte REGINALD HOLT SMITH [7th] Battalion Royal West Kent killed by a shell July  1917 buried in the Military Cemetery [Zellgrery] aged 34 also of ARCHIBALD HOLT SMITH b 13 May 1887 d 27 Aug 1918
Inscription : 26874 Private C F G HOYE E Kent Reg (The Buffs) d 19 July 1919 aged 19 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : 139931 Airman 2nd CL W FOULGER Royal Air Force 29th January 1919 age 34 (commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In loving memory of Rose Margaret Bennett died April 5 1920 aged 32 years [kerbstones] Sergt Richard Nixon 23rd Reg Batt Canadian Infantry died Aug 23 1917 aged 23 Also Louisa Mary Ann Lawrence died July 18 1910 aged 28 years
Inscription : W T BLEET served as 8455 Private W T REED Northamptonshire Regt 29th January 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JESSIE beloved wife of CHARLES KERRIDGE d 6 Sept 1880 aged 31 also of -OOTER WILLIAM KERRIDGE eldest son of the above d 10 Oct  aged 5 years 10 months
Inscription : In Loving Memory of DORA KERRY d March 28 1906 aged 21 Gentle and Good also WALTER B KERRY 16th Lancers mortally wounded Sept 8th 1914 aged 24 Int at Jouarre France
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH BAILEY d Jan 22 1880 age 69 also SUSAN beloved wife of Joseph Bailey: d 11 May 1890 age 33
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM ROWE butler of Jesus College d 20 May 1859 age 30 also his affectionate mother SARAH beloved wife of RICHARD ROWE d 15 June 1861 age 70 also RICHARD ROWE Alderman d 10 Dec 1876 age 81
Inscription : RICHARD CONSTANTINE BARKER d Feb 20th 1891 aged 67 SOPHIA BARKER the beloved wife of RICHARD CONSTANTINE BARKER d Feb 21st 1915 in her 90th year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of REGINALD EDWARD b Feb 24 1880 d Nov 26 1893 ROBERT COWARD d April 23rd 1915 aged 57 also his wife SARAH d May 11th 1939 aged 80
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH ANN CLARK d Nov 11 1901 aged 30 also ELSIE CLARK (daughter) d Sept 10 1906 aged 11 years & 7 months also REGINALD CLARK (son) killed in France June 7th 1918 aged 22 buried at Varennes plot 111 row F grave 12 also WALTER JOHN CLARK d Aug 16 1948 aged 82
Inscription : WILLIAM GEORGE CHAMBERLAIN d March  1943 aged 80 also his beloved wife MARY ANN CHAMBERLAIN d Aug 12 1945 aged 84
Inscription : In Loving Memory MARK SHELDRICK d Jan 23 1892 aged  over 20 years member of the Boro Police Force also MARY ANN wife of the above d Dec 12 1892 aged 4 WILLIAM HENRY SHELDRICK d Jan 12 1892 aged 15 separate plaque: ‘In loving memory of Charlotte E Sheldrick died 20th Feb 1968 aged 90 years’
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY FLORENCE SCHENK third daughter of GEORGE & JULIA MASTERSON wife of GEORGE THEODOR SCHENK d March 2 1908 aged 32 also of JULIA MASTERSON mother of the above d July 25 1911 aged 63 [groundstone] In Loving Memory of DOUGLAS WALTER MASTERSON youngest son and brother of the above and late of Battery New Zealand Field Artillery d at Waikari Hospital New Zealand 20th November 1928 as a result of wounds received in action at Gallipoli 1915 after many years of patient suffering
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN WALTER BIGG d 16 Nov 1898 aged 90 also of MARY his beloved wife d 12 May 1901 aged 68
Inscription : JOHN LOCK BAILEY surgeon b Jan 16 1818 d Nov 17 1856
Inscription : NELLIE BROOKS d March 12 1913 SOPHIA HAYDEN d Dec  1890 JOHN BROOKS Scramdson (Flanders) d Sept 26 1917
Inscription : In Loving Memory of THOMAS GREENWOOD d Apr 2 1895 aged 38 also FRANK GREENWOOD d Mar 3 1897 aged 8 also JANE ANDERSON d Jun 10 1923 aged 63 JOHN MARTIN GREENWOOD who was killed in action in France Dec 23 1915 aged 23
Inscription : To the Memory of JAMES REYNOLDS many years driver of the telegraph coach from Cambridge to London d 24th day of March 1868 aged 73
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JAMES BAILEY (of the 1st Suffolk Regiment and took part in the South African campaign) d October 2 1900 aged 29 also FRED JAMES BOREHAM the beloved husband of SUSAN BOREHAM d April 12 1903 aged 29
Inscription : At rest MINNIE GREEN Dec 22nd 1952 aged 71 also her beloved husband HERMAN GREEN killed in action 1916 CHARLES TWEED MURKIN April 24 1924 ELLEN MURKIN Jan 14th 1931
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of HENRY MODEN d 19 July 1867 aged 51 also of SARAH MODEN d 3 May 1890 aged 77 also of JOHN MODEN d 18 July 1898 aged 58
Henry Frank King (1870-1917) was a wood turner by trade, in Cambridge. Herbert Wilson (1892-1916), died at the Battle of the Somme on 4 August 1916.
William Edward Cave (1846-85) was an engine driver, probably with Great Eastern Railway, and Naomi was his wife; Hannah Cave, tailoress, was his mother, and James Currington Cave his nephew.
Inscription : ROBERT JAMES THOMPSON 10 years a member of Cambridge Borough Police d May 4 1902 aged 30 also his son BENJAMIN ROBERT 11th Suffolk Regt wounded at La Boiselle died in the military hospital Whalley Lancs Aug 4 1916 aged 20 and of his daughter GERTRUDE ALICE the beloved wife of CYRIL BROWN d July 23rd 1931 aged 33
Frederick Charles Prevett, Boy 1st Class, Royal Navy died of influenza on the HMS Royal Sovereign on 1st October 1918, aged 18 (Commonwealth War Grave).
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of FRANK HART ELWIN RAMC who passed peacefully away April 29th 1919 aged 45 after active service in France also of his wife FLORENCE ALICE ELWIN d 17th March 1965 aged 87
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of FANNY HOLMES d Mar 15 1916 aged 83 also HENRY HOLMES husband of the above d April 29 1916 aged 82 also HERBERT ERNEST HOLMES d Mar 29 1927 aged 59
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE LEWIS d Feby 28th 1928 aged 86 also of his wife MAHALA d Octr 4th 1931 aged 85 also ETHEL LEWIS infant child of the above b Augt 30th 1886 d Jany 7th 1888
Inscription : In Loving Memory of STANLEY FRANK BENSTEAD d Dec 26th 1902 aged 2 also of HERBERT WILLIAM BENSTEAD killed in action at Passchendaele Ridge France Oct 9th 1917 age 22 also of EMILY ROSA BENSTEAD d May 13th 1938 aged 72 also of WILLIAM FREDERICK BENSTEAD d Jan 14th 1948 aged 84
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELLEN LOUISA WYE d July 8 1923 aged 59 also REGINALD son of the above killed in action at St Julien July 31 1917 aged 22
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH the beloved wife of PETER STEVENSON who entered into rest Feb 1st 1895 aged 61 ————– STEVENSON remainder indecipherable
Inscription : HARRY PAPWORTH b March 28 d Aug 28 1862 also of MARY ANN PAPWORTH b Sept 6 1850 was killed by a vicious horse Aug 20 186- WINIFRED TURNER d ——————— 1884 also of ELIZABETH PAPWORTH d May 29 1942 aged 82
Inscription : In the name of Jesus Pray for the repose of the soul of ELIZABETH CONNOR d Jan 11 1887 in her 5 year also PAT[RICK] CONNOR the [husband] of the above d 1892 Also Agnes Connor
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY wife of EDWARD KIRBYSHIRE who departed this life Mar 21st 1905 aged 68 also EDWARD KIRBYSHIRE d June 17th 1924 aged 89 38 years member of the Borough Police
Joseph Berry (c.1846-1922) was a boot and shoe maker in Cambridge. Charlotte was his wife, and William Henry Jacques their adopted son.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CHARLOTTE CAVE d June 3rd 1892 aged 47 also of WILLIAM CURRINGTON CAVE d March 6th 1906 aged 28 also of ELIZABETH CURRINGTON SMITH d November 19th 1911 aged 32
Charles Cave (1827-96) was a carpenter and joiner living at 10 Gwydir Street, Cambridge. Martha, his wife, outlived him by six years. Their son Watson died aged 17.
Inscription : TTBMO JAMES THOMAS HOWLETT d Nov 16 1916 aged 62 also his wife MARY ANN HOWLETT d Jan 23 1932 aged 76 also their sons killed in action ARTHUR ROBERT July 20 1916 PERCY WILFRED Aug 9 1918
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ARTHUR RANSON MARTIN d Oct 11th 1927 aged 60
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ANNIE NORAH GURNER d Dec 27th 1888 aged 45 also MARY GURNER d Jan 26th 1880 aged 81 also SARAH ALICE the beloved wife of HENRY GURNER d March 6th 1925 aged 70 also HENRY JOSEPH GURNER d June 4th 1926 aged 81
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of BENJAMIN WORBOYS who entered into rest Aug 4th 1884 also ANN widow of the above d Sept 25th 1905 in her 89th year At rest also ANNIE eldest daughter of the above who found rest Sept 5th 1907 in her 62nd year also EMMA daughter of the above d Feb 27th 1858 aged 10 and THOMAS the youngest son d April 5th 1859 aged 3 and of ROBERT who passed away July 5th 1909 aged 66 interred in Earlsheaton Cemetery Dewsbury
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CYRIL EDGAR youngest son of C W & ALICE BALDREY who was killed in action at Villas Bretonneaux France April 24 1918 aged 19 RIP also of ALICE beloved wife of C W BALDREY who departed this life April 25 1933 aged 77 also of CHARLES WILLIAM BALDREY d February 7 1935 aged 78
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZA ROLFE d Oct 14 1890 aged 58 also EMMA ROLFE d 1876 aged 16 and ALFRED ROLFE d Oct 21 1863 aged 1
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PETER FEW who died after a long and [painful] illness [Sept] 12  aged 43 also of JEMIMA wife of the above d Nov 24 [190-] wife of the above also of ALBERT EDWARD son of the above d June 10 1874 remainder indecipherable
Inscription : In Loving Memory of / EDWARD CROFT / eldest son of / SAMUEL CROFT & MARY HARDY / of Wandsworth Common / who passed away at Queen’s Coll / 19th of December 1898 / in the 22 year of his age “Just as I am without one plea But that thy blood was shed for me And that thou bidd’st me come to thee O Lamb of God I come, I come.”
President of Queens’ College 1892-96
Fellow and Bursar of Queens’ College
constable in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
member of Cambridge Borough Police Force
Henry Phillips was a member of the Cambridge Borough Police Force for more than 30 years, probably from around 1850 to 1880 Little is known of the husband and wife whose deaths within three months of one other in 1894
detective police sergeant in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
Police constable in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
Edward Kirbyshire joined the 9th Light Infantry, fighting with them in the Crimean War. He joined the Borough Police Force in October 1856.
Constable in the Cambridge Borough police force
Charles Cooper Carter (c.1835‒1916) was a member of the Cambridge Borough Police Force from 1859 to 1895.
one of the first policewomen.
police officer on the Cambridge Borough Police Force from at least 1887 until probably the late 1900s.
a member of the Cambridgeshire Borough Police Force for over 28 years
police constable; by 1901 a police sergeant and by 1911 had risen to the rank of ‘inspector of police’
Private (326274) in the 1st Batallion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action at St Julien on 31 July 1917, aged 22
Private (352959) in the 2/9th Battalion Territorial Forces of the Manchester Regiment, formerly Private (4457) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment fell in action in France on 9 October 1917
Rifleman (S/20542) in the 9th (Service) Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own), formerly Private (34437) in the Suffolk Regiment. He fell in action in France on 23 October 1917
head gardener of Emmanuel College
Head Porter of Emmanuel College for 37 years
servant at Emmanuel College for more than 50 years
William Henry Woodcock (1890-1918), servant at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, served with the East Yorks Regiment in WW1 and died in action in northern France 27 April 1918.
Sergeant (13822) in “A” Company, the 11th Battalion, the Suffolk Regimen, died on 6 July 1916 of wounds
Private (260770) in the 1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Duke of Cambridge Hussars) of the Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line, died 20 July 1916
temp 2nd Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment), wounded in action and died of his wounds on 20 January 1917
Lance Corporal (768) in the 5th (City of London) Battalion (London Rifle Brigade), London Regiment, died in action on 13 May 1915
Sapper (217779) in the 98th Light Railway Train Crew Company, Corps of Royal Engineers
died on 17 November 1918, aged 27, was on the register of Shipping and Seamen, and had been awarded medals
served with the 11th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment (known as the ‛Cambs Suffolks’), wounded by a shell and died on 4 August 1916
Private (168/18582) in the 3rd/5th East Anglian Cyclists Division Company, transferred to the Labour Corps with the rank of Corporal (622740). He died on 5 March 1919, aged 27
Thomas Henry Stearn (1893‒1918), Gunner (156666) with the 25th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed in action at the Somme in northern France on 31 (or 30) May 1918.
Private (G/18130) in the 7th (Service) Battalion, the Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment, formerly Private (3654) of the Suffolk Yeomanry, was killed in action on 23 July 1917
killed in action in Polygon Wood, near Ypres, in northern France, on 26 September 1917
Private (423319) in the 10th Battalion, the London Regiment, died on 21st May 1917, aged 38
Lance corporal in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, fell ill while awaiting shipping to the Western Front and died of tuberculosis on 14 August 1916
Sapper (20577) in the 7th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died on 29 August 1918, aged 30
Private (13798) in the 5th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) died on 2 January 1915
served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment. He was wounded on 28 August 1918 and died a day later
Lance Corporal (2074) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 3 June 1915 at Houplines, Armentières, France
Private (201445) in the 7th Battalion the Tank Corps, formerly Private (32435) of the Machine Gun Corps, killed in action on 14 April 1918, aged 19
Private (19336) in the Army Pay Corps, died of pneumonia on 22 November 1918 aged 33
Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
Private (73965) in the 2nd Battalion the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) formerly Private (291452) in the Welch Regiment, was killed in action in France on 29 October 1918, aged 35
medical doctor working at Addenbrooke’s hospital, died June 1918 – civilian WW1 death
Private (1805) in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), stationed at the 1st Eastern General Hospital, where he died on 5 June 1915, aged 28
Private (3061) in the 1st/7th Battalion the London Regiment, was killed in action in France on 25 September 1915, aged 23.
Second Lieutenant in the 101st Squadron, Royal Air Force, and East Lancashire Regiment, died of accidental injuries at the Somme, in northern France, on 2 August 1918, aged 20
Private (G/21187) in the 15th Middlesex Regiment, attached to the 7th Battalion the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 28 September 1916, aged 25
Sergeant (415746) in the 23rd Regimental Battalion, the Canadian Infantry (part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force) died on 23 August 1917, aged 23
Private (325191) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 16 February 1918 of wounds received in action
Rifleman (S/15364) in the 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own). He is recorded here as reported missing in France in September 1916
of the Sherwood Foresters was killed in action on 5 June 1915
Private in the Royal Army Medical Corps (1991), died of pneumonia on 9 March 1917
Douglass Walter Masterson (1889-1928) fought with the NZ Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli in 1915, was injured there, and was transported back to New Zealand in 1916, where he lived a further twelve years.
florist, nurseryman and seed merchant, best known for having discovered a hitherto unknown species of snowdrop.
Cambridge brewers who owned The Tiger public house at 4/5 East Road from the mid-1850s to 1889
Featuring prominently in the life of Cambridge for well over a century, Miller’s Music began at 6 Sidney Street in 1856
(c1860-1905) was a Cambridge piano dealer
Private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, attached to the 5th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment (No. 242470), was killed in action in France on 19 July 1917
Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
of the Royal Army Medical Corps, killed in action in 1917
Private (2928) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 28 October 1916 of wounds sustained at the Battle of the Somme, aged 25
Corporal (326100) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in Belgium on 28 April 1918 aged 27
Private (72802) in the 10th Field Ambulance was killed in action on 13 April 1917
Lance Corporal (1145) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in northern France on 12 May 1915, aged 20
Corporal (L/2583), 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, was killed in action at Le Glairet, France on 8 September 1914, aged 24
Private (26051) in the 9th Battalion the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, was killed in action at Ginchy in northern France at the Battle of the Somme, on 3 September 1916, aged 25.
2nd Lieutenant in the 7th Battalion, attached to the 5th Battalion, the Lincolnshire Regiment died on 11 October 1915
served in the 18th Batallion the Lancashire Fusilliers (No. 56552) and killed in action on the western front on 28 September 1918
Lance Corporal (36316) in the 7th Battalion (Extra Reserve) the Royal Fusiliers (London Regiment), was killed on the first day of the Battle of Ancre on 13 November 1916, aged 31
well-preserved granite tomb, which probably has substantial footings and perhaps a vault beneath, consists of a large, three-ledged sarcophagus supported on four legs, standing on a moulded stone base with a cross on top
Inscription : In Affectionate Remembrance of / TOM HALL / who died on Friday June 14 1876 or 1878 aged 46 / In Loving Memory of / ANN HALL / wife of TOM HALL / d July 16 1902 / In Affectionate Remembrance of / HARRY THOMAS the only dearly beloved child / of TOM & ANN HALL / d Dec 11 1866 aged 7 years and  months
was a highly skilled woodcarver and stonemason whose work can be seen in the chapels of Jesus and Magdalene Colleges and the Round Church in Cambridge, as well as in Ely Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Eton College chapel
George Kett (1809 – 1872) of Wymondham, Norfolk was a skilled carpenter and wood carver
Sergeant (932163) in 101 Squadron, the Royal Air Force, was killed on active service on 8 or 9 July 1942
Warrant Officer Class II (311894) in the Royal Armoured Corps, died at sea on 11 July 1943 aged 57, while on active service
Telegraphist (C/WRX/160) on H. M. Trawler Sisapon, Royal Navy, died on 12 June 1940, aged 25
Lieutenant (304135) in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action on 18 July 1944, aged 30
choral scholar, later organist of Emmanuel College, also Honorary Fellow
located at 2 Mackenzie Road between 1923 and 1974, was founded by Emily (Emilie) and Flora Lewis
was a landscape artist, associated with the Norwich School of painters
organist of All Saints Church for fifty years
The product of a professional cricketing family, he played initially for Cambridge YMCA and Cambridgeshire, before signing for Surrey in 1891.
one of Cambridgeshire’s and England’s greatest-ever cricketers.
Lieutenant (EC/16274) in the 1st Battalion the 10th Gurkha Rifles, died in Rangoon, Burma, on 9 May 1946 aged 19.
Private William James Hunt, G/10329, Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, was killed by shell fire on September 18, 1918, aged 33.
died in the war in German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) on 26 March 1915, aged 34.
Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps, served at the First Eastern General Hospital 1914–19. He died on 5 February 1920
2nd Lieutenant (2810) in the 1st/4th Battalion the (City of London) London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), formerly Private (2810) of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on 27 May 1918
Pioneer (84460) in the 228th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France on 9 August 1918
Sergeant 12017, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regimenr, killed in France on 20 July 1916
Sergeant (481035) in the 41st General Hospital Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) died of accidental injuries (burns) on 29 September 1918 aged 26
Corporal (325307) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment formerly No. 1687 of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action in France on 28 August 1918
Lance Corporal (G/9033) in the 2nd Battalion the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) killed in action at Gallipoli on 6 June 1915
Private (325563) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (21886) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on the Western front on 4 September 1917
Lance Corporal (3009), 1st/8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles), was killed in action in France on 23 December 1915, aged 23
Driver (T4/108340) in the Royal Army Service Corps, attached to Headquarters, 19th Division, died 30 May 1918 aged 39
Private (57997) in the 20th Battalion Canadian Infantry, died of a gun shot wound to the right thigh at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station, Belgium on 13 April 1916
Private (3443) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 4 September 1916 in France
Private (14712) in the 8th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died at Colchester on 26 April 1915
Gunner (68332), 244th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed when a shell hit his dug-out at Passchendaele on 14 September 1917, aged 22
Private (27968), 1st Battalion, the Grenadier Guards, was killed by a shell at the battle of Canal du Nord, Cambrai, France on 27 September 1918, aged 30
Captain in the 2nd Royal Marine (Plymouth) Battalion, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division, the Royal Marines, died on 20 August 1918 at the Burlington Hotel, London
Private in the 2nd Batallion the Lincolnshire Regiment, formerly (42012) Training Reserve, killed in action in 1918
2nd Lieutenant in the 10th Battalion (Shropshire & Cheshire Yeomanry) Territorial Force, the King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry), killed in action in France on 8 September 1918, aged 19
Sergeant (11591) in the 7th Battalion the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, died in action in Salonica on 25 January 1918, aged 21
Inscription : In Memory of GEORGE AUGUSTUS ROBERTSON ELIOTT of Trinity College fourth son of the late Sir DANIEL ELIOTT KC SI b 27 October  d 4 October 185
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE ALLISON PAIN b Apr 13 1790 d Dec 15 1858 SARAH wife of above b Feb 13 1800 d March 11 1872 FRANCES ELLEN PAIN daughter of above b Sep 25 1842 d Feb 22 1858 CATHERINE SARAH PAIN second daughter of above b Nov 5 1840 d Sep 30 1861
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDITH beloved wife of WILLIAM MYNOTT d May 5th 1924 aged 50 CLAUD killed in action 1940 aged 25 also DORIS daughter aged 23 also their son WILLIAM THOMAS aged 25 WILLIAM MYNOTT d March 2nd 1963 aged 89
Inscription : TT Beloved MO JOHN H LAKE suddenly called to rest Jan 30th 1941 aged 43 ADA MAUD LAKE d 1982 aged 85
Inscription : side 1 FREDERICK INGREY d Jan 30 1900 aged 55 side 2: IARO / FREDERICK INGREY / d Jan 23 1880 / aged 34 / ILMO / CHARLES INGREY / d July 16 1883 aged 75 / also REBEKAH his wife / d April 28 1886 / aged 79
Inscription : To the Dear Memory of The Rev Dr PERCIVAL FROST FRS Fellow of Kings College Cambridge b Sept 1 1817 d Trinity Sunday June 5 1898 The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God Also to the memory of his dear wife Jennett Louise Frost who died on Epiphany Sunday Jan 6 1901 aged 82 God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes [Revelation 717 214] and there shall no torment touch them Wisdom 
Inscription : In memory of Mary King widow of the late Joshua King LLD sometime President of Queens College died Feb 4th 1885 in her 88th year In loving memory of Margaret Elizabeth wife of Gerard Brown Finch who died Feb 19 1897 aged 62 years
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM HOPKINS b Feb 2 1793 d Oct 13 1866 SARAH BOYS d Oct 1850 age 91
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN ROSETTA CLARK d March 29th 1938 aged 64
Inscription : LANCELOT POWER SEARLE b Jan 25 1886 d May 3 1887
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN ROBERT SEELEY KCMG LittD Fellow of Gonville & Caius College Hon Fellow of Christ College and for twenty-five years regius Professor of Modern History University of Cambridge b Sept 10 1834 d [Jan] 1895 also MARY AGNES his wife b Nov 2 1839 d Dec 26 1921
Inscription : b — October  d June 16 1855 here be the body of JOHN ——– OCTAVIUS GLOVER ———- DOTAT — 1— US
Inscription : In Memory of JASPER KING TAYLOR d April 16 1855 aged 49
Thomas Waraker (1828-1907) graduated from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and became a judge on the south-eastern circuit. He also lectured in law at Trinity Hall, served as Justice of the Peace for Cambridge, and headed the Cambridge Conservative Party. Harriet Waraker was his wife, and Lucy Harriett his daughter.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE PATE d Dec 16 1903 in his 69th year also MARY PATE wife of the above d May 15th 1908 aged 71
Inscription : side 1 JAMES HAMBLIN SMITH MA of Gonville & Caius College b Dec 2 1827 d July 10 1901 side 2 ELLEN HALES wife of JAMES HAMBLIN SMITH b Dec 3 1828 d June 1912 side 3 LILIAN HAMBLIN SMITH [only] and dearly loved child of JAMES HAMBLIN & ELLEN HALES SMITH b April [-1] 1864 d Jun 2 1867
Inscription : ——- MARY ———- of THOMAS SINDALL ——L[E]HAM line illegible ——— [10 or 19] 189- aged 84 two lines illegible also of MARIA SINDALL daughter of the [above] d ——– 5 108 aged  two lines illegible also of MARY SINDALL daughter of the above d Nov 9th 1924 ELIZABETH SINDALL d July 11th 1928 aged 80
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE WILLIAM SOUTHAM d August 14th 1874 aged 45 also of CAROLINE SOUTHAM d December 30th —
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EMANUEL LETT d June 18 1891 aged 63 also ANN LETT d Feb 3 1907 aged 77 also CHARLOTTE ANN LETT daughter of above d July 20 1933 aged 73
Inscription : ILO ANN wife of HENRY CASTLE late of Rickinghall Suffolk d Apr 1st 1881 age 65 and EMMA GARNHAM daughter of above and wife of H GREEF OVERTON d Dec  1890 age 55 also CHARLOTTE daughter of HENRY CASTLE & wife of JOHN GATWARD d 1908 age 68 reverse side also HENRY GREEF OVERTON d Apr 4 1922 age 82 also ALAN CASTLE GATWARD d Jul1 1902 age 19 JOHN GATWARD d March 1929 age 82
Inscription : In Affectionate Memory of ALICE GARNHAM b April 16th 181 d Feby 22nd 18[5or9]7 also of SARAH beloved wife of CHARLES GARNHAM d Feb 21 1903 aged 47 also of CHARLES GARNHAM d December 16 192 aged 77
Inscription : In Memory of Sir GEORGE EDW— PAGET KCB MD LLD DCL FRS Regius Professor of Physic in the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Gonville & Caius College b Dec 22 1809 d Jan 29 1892 also Lady CLARA PAGET b Nov 5 1826 d May 7 1899 also HESTER PAGET bur 29 Jan 1856 aged 2 ALFRED OWEN PAGET 2 Jan 1857 aged 1_ GEORGINA PAGET 15 Aug 1857 aged 1
Inscription : side 1 In Loving Memory of HORACE SIDNEY STANBRIDGE d Octr 30th 1887 age 6 side 2 also AGNES LOUISA STANBRIDGE d Decr 19th 1899 aged 17 side 3 also J H & A E STANBRIDGE d 1884 aged 3 weeks and 6 weeks
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM HANCHETT HATTERSLEY b Aug 10 1821 d Feb 17 1902 also of THOS HANCHETT HATTERSLEY b Sep 17 1855 d April 22 1893 also of GILBERT WOLLARD HATTERSLEY b May 17 1854 d Jan 14 1916 also wife of the above HERMINE ROEPER HATTERSLEY b Dec 31 1861 d May 2 1950
Inscription : In Memory of EMMA ELIZABETH ROBINSON the beloved daughter of WILLIAM and EMMA FANNY VAIL late of Corn Exchange Street d May 10 1901 in the 45th year of her age also GEORGE LESLIE the infant son of GEORGE THOMPSON and ROSA COLLINGS FARTHING of Spennymoor Durham grandson of WILLIAM and EMMA FANNY VAIL d August 17  aged 3 months also WILLIAM VAIL father of the above d Nov  1907 aged 75 also EMMA FANNY wife of the above d July 1 1917 aged 84
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH wife of HENRY MODEN d Feb 15 1912 aged 63 also of HENRY the beloved husband of the above d April 4 1929 aged 77 also of SIDNEY youngest son of the above aged 27 of the 3RD Batt Rifle Brigade reported missing in France Sep 1916
Inscription : In Memory of a dear father ELIAS MILLER d 27 Mar 1942 aged 71 also beloved mother FRANCES HARRIET d 25 Jan 1959 aged 86 also memories of their youngest son Lieut RONALD ELVIN MILLER Essex Regt killed in action 18 July 1944 aged 30 buried at the British Military Cemetery Bayeux France
Inscription : In Loving Memory of my dear husband THOMAS WILLIAM HARRIS d June 26th 1927 aged 79 also HARRIOTTE HARRIS wife of the above d July 10 1934 aged 82 also of GERTRUDE MILDRED MAY HARRIS b Oct 24th 1884 d April 15th 1885 also of BERTIE ARCHIBALD BLINKHORN HARRIS b Jan 14th 1886 killed in action Sept 4th 1917 also of GILBERT NEVILLE HARRIS b Aug 9th 1892 killed in action June 6th 1915
Inscription : In Loving Memory of Rev JOHNSTON CARNEGIE BROWN b May 3rd 1862 d Oct 23rd 1930 vicar of St Pauls 1918 – 1928 also his wife JESSIE b July 23rd 1864 d Oct 11th 1947 also In Memory of their daughter ANNIE CARNEGIE BROWN b 12. 7. 1891 d 21. 9. 1981
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH younger daughter of ANDREW H & CATHERINE MOYES b 9 Mar 1865 d 29 Jun 1883 also ANDREW HELENUS MOYES b 28 Jan 1830 d 4 Jan 1894 also CATHERINE wife of ANDREW b 3 Oct 1831 d 26 Jul 1907 also KATE ISABEL MOYES b 31 Mar 1858 d 1 Feb 1956
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CHARLES TAYLOR d 11th October 1938 aged 60 also his wife ELLEN TAYLOR d 6th August 1957 aged 82 also sister EMILY TAYLOR d 5th Dec 1966 aged 85 and EMMA TAYLOR d 12th May 1979 aged 88
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of husband ALFRED BROCKETT (University Marshall 1902-1915) b 14 Aug 1856 d 3 Sept 1915 also ISABELLA ANN BROCKETT d 12 Apr 1953 aged 95
Inscription : In Piam Memoriam EDWARD WOODALL NAYLOR Mus D MDCCLXVII MCMXXXIV Necnon uxoris eivs SUSAN MARIAN MDCCLXXI MCMXXXIV In morte quoque non Sunt divisi
Inscription : Revd W T SOUTHWARD MA Music Bach Fellow of St Catherines College b Oct 28 1851 d July 5 1919 also of ELLEN his wife b Feb 16 1867 d Aug 27 1935
Inscription : FRANCIS son of H W and I I ELLIOT b August 16 1895
Inscription : headstone Sacred to the Memory of JESSIE ELLEN WRIGHT d February 14th 1935 in her 62nd year also of WILLIAM HENRY WRIGHT d Feb 15th 1938 aged 64 kerbs: WILLIAM JAMES WRIGHT fell in action in France Oct 9th 1917 / LEONARD ARTHUR WRIGHT fell in action in France Oct 23rd 1917
Inscription : Royal Engineers Crest 203937 Sapper G H B NICE Royal Engineers 21 July 1919 age 34 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE PETTIT d April 25 1935 age 60 also of his wife ADA PETTIT d Feb 12 1954 age 78
Hilda Buck (1900-33) and George Edward Jaggs (1907-47) were brother and sister.
Inscription : ROBERT BOOTH CAMPBELL BROWN Trinity Hall d April 4 1893 aged 19
Inscription : LAURENCE HUMPHRY MD CANTAB FRCP physician to Addenbrookes Hospital Lt Col RAMC (TF) served at the First Eastern General Hospital 1914-1919 b 16 July 1856 d 5 Feb 1920 also ISABEL LUCY his wife b 21 Sept 1861 d 18 July 1934
Inscription : DANIEL MACMILLAN d June 26 1857 aged 43 also FRANCES ELIZA his widow b June 5 1821 d January 21 1867
Inscription : WILLIAM ARTHUR THOMPSON d Jan 29 1945 age 77 also WILLIAM MARTIN HALLS THOMPSON d Nov 17 1918 age 27 also MARY ANN THOMPSON d Feb 21 1939 age 71
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM OLIVER COWARD d Oct 24 1906 age 79 also MARY wife of above d Dec 9 1916 age 84
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ROBERT LEE WILSON BUTLER died suddenly May 2 1911 age 58 also of MARY ANN BUTLER d July 1 1914 age 74
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN beloved wife of NEWMAN RADFORD d Nov 26 1912 age 72 also son HARRY N RADFORD died at Basrah Mesopotamia July 1 1916 also FRANK SHALLOW RADFORD killed in action d 1918 also NEWMAN RADFORD husband of MARY ANN d Nov 2 1923 age 80
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH BRADSHAW beloved wife of KING LAMBERT d March 24 1912 age 53 also our NELLIE daughter of the above d Oct 30 1916 aged 15 also NOEL KING son of the above killed at Fampoux France while serving with the 10th Field Ambulance April 13 1917 age 24 also KING LAMBERT husband of the above d Oct 19 1932 age 77
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CATHERINE beloved wife of JOHN DELLER d Nov 3 1906 age 67 also JOHN DELLER d Sept 27 1921 age 84 also HENRY JOHN DELLER d Oct 29 1917 in France age 36
Inscription : [kerbstones:] [top:] ‘In loving memory of our dear sons’ [left:] [sunk or missing: assumed to have borne inscription of Bertram William Buck] [right:] ‘Fred Buck Lincs. Regt. who died of wounds Nov 6, 1918, aged 19 years.’ [foot:] “faithful unto death.” [plinth of cross:] ‘In loving memory of my dear husband Reginald Theobald Buck who died Jan 15th 1947 aged 77 years’
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALBERT EDWARD THURSTON d Dec 7 1932 age 27 also Sapper ARTHUR THURSTON drowned in Egypt Dec 31 1917 age 22 also MINNIE THURSTON beloved wife of F THURSTON d June 12 1940 age 68 also FREDERICK ARTHUR THURSTON d Sept 26 1944 age 73
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MABEL BEATRICE LISTER d July 20 1908 age 22 also ARTHUR FRANK LISTER died of wounds in France d Oct 28 1916 age 25 also JULIA LISTER d April 23 1943 age 80 also ARTHUR LISTER d Nov 22 1943 age 80 also OSCAR CHARLES LISTER d March 2 1947 age 53
William Boulton Lawfield (1846-1927) was a confectioner. He and his family lived at 39 Mill Road, Cambridge from 1909 to post-1975.
William Bond (c.1814-59) was a porter at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.
William Edward Ridler (1831-60), Fellow and Lecturer of King’s College
Alfred Johnson (1812-61) was a wood turner, cooper and brewer on Corn Exchange Street, Cambridge. His second wife, Eliza (1812-95) bore him at least seven children, one of whom went to South Africa to mine diamonds but died there.
Inscription : TTDME THOMAS FITZWILLIAM WATTS d 11.11.1892 at Bournemouth aged 52 also of HELEN HARVARD WATTS fourth daughter of the above d 14.6.1895 aged 20 also of ROLFE infant son of SAMUEL H and NINA HARVARD WATTS b 29.7.1899 d 29.7.1899
Inscription : In Memory of T Rev THOMAS BROCKLE-BANK Senior Fellow of Kings College Cambridge he was the eldest son of the late Rev THOMAS BROCKLE-BANK of Clifton Gloucestershire and sometime vicar of Deane Lancashire d July 24th 1878 in the 54th year of his age
Thomas Argent Sanders Christmas (c.1807-89) was an ironmonger at 6 Peas Hill, Cambridge
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of SUSAN BENNISON d 12 Apr 1865 aged 75 also ELLEN PACK CLIFTON d 23 March 1923 aged 73
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SOPHIA the dearly loved wife of GEORGE J HACKER d 28.7.1891 aged 42
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of ROBERT ROE d July 31 1880 in his 88th year
Inscription : [MA]RY ANN PARSON line illegible d Jan -7 [18–] — 67
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of Our dear mother MARY AMELIA WARD d Sept 17th 1946 aged 62 Pte PERCY CHARLES PILGRIM of the RAMC d June 6 1915 aged 28
Inscription : ISRO LEN JAY my dearest husband d April 20 1924 age 42 also MARTHA ELIZABETH DESSENT d Feb 18 1939 age 69
Reginald Deck (1877-1959) was a member of the Deck family of druggists, pharmacists and mineralogists in Cambridge. He had a chemist’s shop at 30 Regent Street. Martha was his first wife, and Agnes her sister.
Inscription : MM2 177157 Private LC SPARKES Army Service Corps 4th July 1916 age 32 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In Loving Memory of LAURA AMY PATE b July 12 1870 d July 22 1933
Matilda Kate Shearcroft (c.1844-1906) was the wife of John Shearcroft, printer and compositor.
Thomas Mountain (1848-1933), chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, later brewer; Kate Mountain (née Bodley) (1863-1944) his second wife.
John Halsey (c 1810-1877), Senior Fellow of King’s College
John Edwin Nixon (1841–1916), Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge from 1874 to his death, and Gresham Professor of Rhetoric in the University from 1881 to 1914
John Brown (1824-1909) was a tailor and robe maker, of 5 King’s Parade, Cambridge. With his wife and younger son he is buried on one grave, while four other members of the family are buried in the adjacent unmarked plot.
John Barnard was a Fellow of King’s College Cambridge who died on November 16 1878, aged 84.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of JANE the beloved wife of WILLIAM WRIGHT d October 18 1862 age 31 also of ADA MARY infant daughter of WILLIAM and JANE ELIZABETH WRIGHT b November 15 1867 d February 25 1868 and of WILLIAM WRIGHT husband of the above d August 6th 1877 in his 61st year
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of JOHN EDWARD EVANS d Nov 25 1914 aged 55
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of JANE the wife of THOMAS SMITH d Nov 26th 1849 aged 49 also of THOMAS SMITH (husband of JANE SMITH) many years butler of Pembroke College d 6th July 1884 aged 76 a faithful servant and a true friend
James Mountain (1842-1923) was the son of George Mountain, coachman to the Provost of King’s College Cambridge. He became a clergyman and served parishes in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. Edith Frances (1874-1948) was his daughter.
Sarah Ann Sharman (1837-1912) belonged to a family of toy sellers in Market Hill, Cambridge. She married Isaac Beale (1831-1917), who began his career as a compositor-printer, but later took over the Sharman family toy business. Their son Horace Sharman Beale (1869-1925) became a pharmacist at 22 Petty Cury, Cambridge.
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of HERBERT VICTOR RODELL d 25 Oct 1943 aged 52 also beloved wife LILY RODELL d 21 Jan 1959 aged 65
William Warren Haggis (1827-60) was a cook in one of the Cambridge University colleges; Henry Samuel Haggis was probably his brother; he died in Australia.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ROBERT HILLS b April 1861 also of WILLIAM MAURICE HILLS two lines illegible also of HELEN LOUISA HILLS beloved wife of ROBERT HILLS b 20.5[18-4] d Oct 5 1919
William Pegler (1814-76) was Chapel Clerk of King’s College between 1857 and 1876. He was twice married, and had ten children.
Inscription : SUSANNA LING b June  1801 d June 28 1891 also WILLIAM SAMUEL LING b April  1837 d Aug 8 1882 also HENRY SAMUEL GRANT b July 11 1855 d Dec 2 1872 also HARRIETT GRANT b May  [184-] d July 20 1894
Inscription : In loving memory of Hannah Stembridge Hayward born Apr 12 1842 died Nov 16 1908 R. I. P.’ Inscription : ‘In loving memory of Thomas Bidwell Hunt who died Sep 20 1926 aged 77 years.’ “[illeg] well done.” [south:] ‘Also of Alice the beloved wife of Thomas Hunt who died Oct 16 1941 aged 85 years’ [kerbstones:] ‘Also two sons, ‘John H. Hunt, who died in West Africa March 26 1915 aged 34,’ ‘And William J. Hunt who was killed in action in France Nov 13 1916 aged 31.’
Inscription : MURIEL LAWRANCE WEBSTER b 25 May 1884 d 10 Dec 1884 WILLIAM HENRY LAWRANCE d April 8 1857 ALICE MARY WEBSTER b 1847 d ——- JAMES LAWRENCE b Dec 1 1785 d June 16 1846 and is buried in St Edwards Churchyard ALICE ELIZABETH SUSAN WEBSTER b 1831 d 1915 GIFFORD WEBB LAWRANCE d Dec 14 1869 age 40 [–SSIA] SARAH WEBSTER b 1849 d 1932 ALICE GILLAM LAWRANCE b June 25 1796 d Sept 25 1881 JAMES L LAWRANCE b 1825 d 1898 In Loving Memory of ELIZA WEBSTER
George Mountain (1807-64), Yorkshireman, was coachman to the Provost of King’s College Cambridge between 1840 and 1864; his wife, Letitia (1808-76), of Norfolk, his wife 1839-64; Kate Mountain (1863-1944) their daughter-in-law.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CRAWFURD HEATH Fellow of Kings College Cambridge d 18th July 1860 in his 77th year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK WILLIAM beloved husband of ROSE b 19 May 1886 died at sea 11 July 1943 and GEORGE b 16 Sept 1891 d 28 Jan 1959 sons of GEORGE & ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE also ELLEN LOUISA wife of GEORGE b 15 Sept 1891 d 4 Oct 1959 In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE b 28 Nov 1857 d 19 Apr 1916 also GEORGE NIGHTINGALE b 20 Jan 1860 d 7 Dec 1931 In Loving Memory of HARRY NIGHTINGALE 1st Cambs Regt died of wounds in France 16 Feb 1918 age 23
Inscription : FRANCES LOUISE BROWNE b June 27 1796 d Jan 4 1859
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FRANCES JANE the beloved wife of ROBERT JOHN TOWNSEND d April 9 1913 age 27 also of ROBERT JOHN TOWNSEND her beloved husband d Feb 24 1932 age 47
Inscription : side 1 In Loving Memory of MARY ANN HOLLY the beloved wife of WILLIAM ROBINSON d Jan 24 1906 aged 64 also of WILLIAM ROBINSON husband of the above d Aug 6 1914 aged 76 side 2 In Loving Memory of FLORENCE HOLLY COCKERTON d Feb 13 1917 aged 54 also of JOHN COCKERTON killed in action in France Nov 9 1914 aged 23 also of HUGH AUBREY COCKERTON on active service died in hospital in France Oct 2 1916 aged 17
John Biggs (1801-67) was a hairdresser (as had been his father) in Hobson Street, later King Street, Cambridge; by 1861 he claimed also to be a ‘ginger beer manufacturer’! Esther (1801-54) was his wife.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN ELIZABETH HOWES b Sept 21 1860 d Oct 6 1944 also of ERIC NEVILLE HOWES third son of the above b Jan 18 1895 d Jan 7 1942
Inscription : In Affectionate Remembrance of WILLIAM BAYS d May 12 1886 age 48 also In Affectionate Remembrance of EMMELINE BAYS d Oct 2 1914 age 64
James Robert Ling (1840‒91) was a music retailer at 7 St Edward’s Passage, Cambridge. Wife Emma maintained the firm from his death until 1921. The entire Ling family were deeply involved in music, as singers, tuners and retailers.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN wife of FREDERIC CF JOHNSON d 30.3.1883 aged 43 also of EMMA second wife d 25.8.1906 aged 64 also of FREDERIC CF JOHNSON d 29.1.1908 aged 66
Isaiah Deck (1792-1853) was a widely-known chemist and pharmacist with a shop at 9 King’s Parade, Cambridge. He was also famous as a mineralogist. Susan was his wife and Emma their daughter.
George Smith (1799-1861) was a porter and gardener at King’s College, Cambridge; Mary was his wife, Emily Cater their daughter, and Laura Amelia their grand daughter.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ELIZABETH the beloved daughter of the late JAMES & ELIZABETH RATTEY widow of JOHN NARNEY POTTS Esq of Dublin and wife of WILLM REED d 25.2.1867 in the 27th year of her age at Alverston House near Derby also to ELIZABETH widow of the late Mr JAMES RATTEY and mother of the above who died at Old Oak Cottage Acton Green Middlesex 17.7.1867 in the 60th year of her age ISMO WILLIAM RATTEY d 27.5.1921 aged 86 also of HARRIET RATTEY his wife d 24.11.1929 and HARRIET ELIZABETH RATTEY their daughter d 31.1.1943
The Parson family had two pharmacies in Cambridge: at Peas Hill in the town centre, and 74 Mill Road. Henry James Parson (1849-1903) and his two sons Sydney James Parson (1879-1944) and Mervyn Ernest Parson (1882-1951) were all pharmaceutical chemists.
Elizabeth Mountain (1851-1935) was a milliner and draper at 76 Mill Road, Cambridge. Mary Ann (1840-1909) was her sister. They were daughters of George Mountain, coachman to the Provost of King’s College, Cambridge.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE CLARK d 2nd March 1940 aged 70 also ELIZABETH MARY his wife d 5th April 1947 aged 77
Inscription : In Memory of JANE HALL widow of the late THOMAS HALL (formerly of Glasgow) d 5.8.1905 aged 91 also ELIZABETH her sister beloved wife of GEORGE LEVER d 12.2.1906 in her 65th year also GEORGE LEVER d 22.1.1923 in his 83rd year
Henry Charles Phipps (1845-1021) was the Fellows’ Butler at Clare College, Cambridge, for upwards of 30 years.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN PERRING d July 28 1922 age 67 also ELIZA his wife d April 15 1923 age 71
Elsie Overland George (1881-1916) and Fanny Rebecca George (1862-1936) of Cambridge, were sisters. Ellen and Eliza George of Thetford may be relations of theirs.
Inscription : In piam memoriam vir desideratissimi EDWARD ATKINSON STP Collegii de Clare per LIX annos magistri natus est die VI August AD 1819 obiit die I Mart AD 1915 hic venerande senex placida iam pace quiescis hic iacet uxor amans unus amor mens una fuit dum vita manebat unus habet tumulus
Edward Lutt (c.1789-1872) was a shoe retailer at 12 King’s Parade, Cambridge; Edith was his wife.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PRISCILLA B HUNT d 28 July 1922 aged 65 also husband CHARLES HUNT d 7 Jun 1923 aged 66
Charles Frederick Bays (1841-58) was the son of Charles Bays, hatter of 11 King’s Parade, Cambridge, and his wife Mary. The family had a long tradition as hatters and hosiers (i.e. makers of hats of all kinds and stockings and breeches).
Charles Cave (1849-1927) was a stripper and grinder in a Lancashire cotton mill for most of his career, becoming a life assurance agent in later life and moving to Cambridge. His wife, Maria Ann (1836-1917) was a dressmaker.
Charles Bays (1804-77) was a hat maker, and managed the business of Bays & Son, hatters, of 11 King’s Parade, Cambridge, from 1840 to his death in 1877. Mary was his wife.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of CATHERINE BISHOP widow of MULLINER BISHOP d  April  aged 76 also of WILLIAM BISHOP brother of the above MULLINER BISHOP d 6th March —- aged 83 also of CATHERINE ELIZABETH BISHOP daughter of remainder illegible
Inscription : ARTHUR [B—–] MARSH line illegible JOHN HOWARD MARSH line illegible also of ELIZABETH MARSH d 13.9.1919 aged 79 also of FLORENCE MARSH d 9.6.1938 aged 75 also of EDITH MARY MARSH d 24.1.1945 aged 79
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of son ARCHIBALD HAROLD REED d 22 Nov 1918 aged 33 also MARY ANN REED d 29 Aug 1930 aged 73 and JAMES JOHN THURLOW REED d 20 Jun 1933 age 77 also of ROSALIE LILLIAN REED b 29 Oct 1883 d 16 Aug 1884
Inscription : In Peace ANN ELIZABETH GREEF of Kings Parade d Sep 28  age  also [ANN] MARIA GREEF daughter of the above d July 16 1884 age 53
Frances Pegler (1836-96) was the wife of William Pegler, Chapel Clerk to King’s College, Cambridge. She and William had 9 children, including Sarah and James. Ann Chesshire was William’s daughter by first marriage.
James Careless (1795-1875) was the Fellows’ Butler at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in the 1850s and 1860s. Ann was his wife, Charles Henry and Louisa two of the couple’s children.
Inscription : MARY the beloved wife of ARTHUR DECK d 7 Apr 1863 aged 33 also three of her children ALICE MARY d 29 Dec 1863 aged  EDWARD ISAIAH d [-]5 Jan 1864 aged 2 [JOHN] [——-] d 27 Jan 1864 aged  also GODFREY son of ARTHUR and CHARLOTTE DECK d 12 Mar 1876 aged 10 months FREDERICK son of ARTHUR and MARY DECK died in Philippines 15 Oct [—-] aged 35 footstone ARTHUR DECK FCSFS d  Sep 1903 aged 83 CHARLOTTE wife of above d 20 Mar 1916 aged 77
Inscription : base of cross In Loving Memory of WILFRED THOMAS TITTERINGTON b Aug 5 1903 d June 26 1907 kerbs EDWARD THOMAS TITTERINGTON d March 15 1922 age 63 also ALICE ELIZA TITTERINGTON d May 29 1956 age 91
Inscription : In Memory of GEORGE HENRY SENNITT d Aug 29 1893 age 52 also of SARAH his beloved wife d Aug 2 1921 age 79 also of GEORGE HENRY SENNITT d July 4 1919 age 53 also SUSAN his wife d Feb 9th 1933 age 71 also In Memory of EMMA MAY LOW SENNITT d Jan 25 1994 age 2 and EDWARD SENNITT d Jan 14 1966 age 65 open book In Loving Memory of ALFRED LANGFORD SENNITT d Nov 2 1961 age 87 and of his dear wife KATE EMILY d Dec 16 1968 age 79
Albert William Smith (1861-1955) was a master tailor in Cambridge. His wife Sarah lived to age 82 and he to 93.
William Weatherhead (1833-1906) was a bookseller and stationer at 19 Peas Hill, Cambridge. His son Albert Shelton Weatherhead (1865-1948) continued the business, as did two of his sons.
Agnes May Bays (1839-86) was the daughter of Charles Bays, hat maker of 11 King’s Parade, and his wife Mary.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ADA ELLEN SCARR d Feb 23 1915 also MARTHA LILIAN SCARR d June 12 1956
served in France in the Royal Army Medical Corps and died on 29 April 1919 aged 45, following active service
Private (67712) in the 6th Batallion, the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Somme on 13 May 1918, aged 19
Private (29074) in the 2nd Batallion the Border Regiment, died of wounds sustained in France on 29 October 1917, aged 36
Lance Corporal (26689), A Company, 1st Battalion the Royal Fusiliers, died of wounds sustained while on active service on 11 July 1917, aged 32
Rifleman (R/33163) in the 18th Battalion the King’s Royal Rifle Corps. He became ill in France and was brought back to England where he died on 12 February 1917, aged 32
Private (325644) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 8 July 1917, aged 34
Gunner (156664) in the 153rd Brigade of the Royal Garrison Artillery (No. L/25210). He was killed in action on the Western Front in France on 24 September 1918
Private (3/6628) in the 1st Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action in France on 9 November 1914 aged 23
Private (2991) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died in hospital of wounds suffered at the Battle of the Somme on 2 October 1916 aged 17
2nd Lieutenant with the 10th Battalion (Service Battalion), the Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own) killed in action on the western front on 7 September 1915
(G/16011) of the 13th Batallion Royal Sussex Regiment was killed in France in 1918
Lance Corporal (84459) in the 203rd Field Company, Royal Engineers killed in action on 7 June 1918, aged 22
Private (326525) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (3923) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment killed in action on 26 September 1917 aged 24
Private in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action in France on 13 May 1915
Second Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, the Manchester Regiment, died in action at the Second Battle of the Somme on 25 March 1918, aged 34
Lieutenant in the 12th (Service) Battalion the Highland Light Infantry, died in action at the unsuccessful Battle of Loos on the Western Front on 25 September 1915
Private (79243) in the 31st Battalion, the Canadian Expeditionary Force died of wounds at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station on 10 August 1916
Lance Corporal (327881) formerly Private (6198) in the 1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died of wounds on the western front in France on 8 March 1918 aged 19
Private (43757) in the 6th (Service) Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment died of wounds sustained in at the second Battle of Sambre, France on 6 November 1918
Private (10396) in the 5th (Service) Battalion of the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment) died of wounds sustained in Mesopotamia on 18 April 1916
Lieutenant in the 1/1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment (Territorial Force) was killed in action at the Schwaben Redoubt on 14 October 1916.
Private (6273) 1st Battalion, the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry died in action on 14 September 1914
Private (9182), 7th (Service) Battalion, the Suffolk Regiment. His death was recorded in the Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord) in northern France, the date given there being 12 July 1915
Private (53179) 61st Company, the Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) formerly Private (3472), Suffolk Yeomanry (Territorial Force). He died on 16 August 1917
Private (285029) in the 1st/6th Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment (transferred from the Cambridgeshire Regiment), was wounded and died on 9 October 1917, aged 22
Lieutenant in the 21st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) (59056), and 49th Squadron Royal Air Force Royal Canadian Air Force, was killed in action at Lille on 24 September 1918, aged 28