CFHS code : CL106

Parish : St Clement

Inscription : In Loving Memory of a devoted husband and father CHARLES BANYARD d June 19 1939 aged 74 and his wife AMELIA BANYARD d May 5 1953 aged 84

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202518, 0.13843287 – click here for location

Banyard kerb stones November 2018


These kerb stones, in the parish area of St Clement, are located to the west of the east path.


In Loving Memory of a devoted husband and father CHARLES BANYARD

died June 19 1939 aged 74 years

And his wife AMELIA BANYARD died May 5 1953 aged 84 years

flower holder

Sweet Memories

Charles Banyard (1866 – 19 June 1939)

Charles was born in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge and was the son of James and Mary Ann Banyard.  James Banyard worked as a railway labourer and Charles was raised at 59 High Street, Cherry Hinton.  By the age of 15 he was working as an agricultural labourer.

In 1887 he married Amelia Minett in North Witchford, Cambridge.  They had three children Mabel Gladys [1887-1967], Sidney Charles [1891 – 1955] and Stanley Philip [1896-1978].  Charles Banyard worked as a bricklayer and builder and the family lived at 44 Kingston Street before moving to 66 Tenison Road.  He died at Tenison Road in 1939, leaving effects of £536 11d and 4s.

Amelia Banyard [nee Minett] (1868 – 5 May 1953)

Amelia was the child of James and Ellen Minett.  She was born in March, and her father was a railway guard.  She married Charles Banyard, and raised their three children.  After being widowed she lived at 74 Mill Road with her daughter Mabel and her family.  She died at 97 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge aged  84 years.

Claire Martinsen

Source: Ancestry

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Amelia Banyard; Charles Banyard