CFHS code : AL26

Parish : St Andrew the Less

Inscription : headstone In Loving Memory of CHARLOTTE the beloved wife of PHILIP BARNARD d May 12 1877 aged 68 In Loving Memory of our brother FRED BARNARD d October 26th 1932 aged 73

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.204144, 0.13753038

Barnard grave
Barnard headstone



Relationship: Grandmother and granson

Charlotte Barnard  (née Chambers) (6 May 1808 – 12 May 1877)

Charlotte was born in Scone, Perthshire and was the daughter of John and Hannah (née Dillymore).  She was baptised in Scone on 29 May 1808 and married Philip Barnard (1881-1892) in Wood Ditton, Suffolk on 14 June 1832.  Philip was a carpenter and the couple had at least four children: William (1834-1910), Thomas John (1837-1906), Walter (1840-1843) and Charlotte Susannah (1843-1885).

The family lived at Adam and Eve Street (1841),  3 City Road (1851/1861) and then at 3 Grafton Street (1871).   Charlotte died at Grafton Street just after her 69th birthday [although her grave monument reads that she was 68 years old].

Fred Barnard (1860 – 26 October 1932)

Fred was the son of Thomas and Ann and was born in St. John’s Wood, London. He was baptised on 27 July 1878 at St. Philip’s Church in Clerkenwell, when his parents had all their children baptised on one day.  In 1881 he was living in London with his mother and siblings and was working as a printer. By at least 1891 he had moved with his parents to live at Hemingford Road, Cambridge and was working as a greengrocer.  He later moved with his parents to 227 Mill Road and worked as a stone painter (1901) and later as a general labourer (1911). He died at home aged 72 years old.



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Charlotte Barnard; Fred Barnard