CFHS code : AL93

Parish : St Andrew the Less

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

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.203869, 0.138245 – click here for location

Bailey grave
Bailey headstone

Monument

This headstone, with Gothic pointed top and row of stars below, made by stonemasons Ivett and Reed, is located in the parish area of St Andrew the Less, to the right of the Gwydir Street entrance.

Bailey inscription
Bailey inscription

Inscription

‘In loving memory of James Bailey,
(of the 1st Suffolk Regiment and took part in the South African campaign)
who died October 2 1900, aged 29 years.’
“His life was but a battle and a march
and like the wind’s blast never resting
He stormed across the wave-convulsed earth.”
R. I. P.

‘also Fred James Boreham,
the beloved husband of Susan Boreham,
who died April 12 1903 aged 29 years’
“In the midst of ……… age in death”

James BaileyBoer War soldier – see also Life Story page
(c1871-1900) fought and died in the Boer War in South Africa

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Fred James Boreham (d 1903)

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By Ian Bent

James Bailey; Fred James Boreham