CFHS code : AS315
Parish : All Saints
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDITH KATE BEALES b July 14 1865 d Dec 9 1866 also CHARLES ARTHUR BEALES MA b May 6 1870 d Oct 17 1905 Interred in Wandsworth Cemetery also ALBERT EDWARD BEALES d June 18 1925 aged 62 Interred in Abney Park Rd Cemetery London
Monument : Headstone
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Lat Lon : 52.203349, 0.13674583 – click here for location
The right hand headstone of the three Beales headstones that face the path in the north west corner of the parish.
In Loving Memory of EDITH KATE BEALES born July 14. 1865 died Dec. 9. 1866.
Also CHARLES ARTHUR BEALES MA born May 6. 1870. died Oct. 17. 1905.
Interred in Wandsworth Cemetery
Also ALBERT EDWARD BEALES died June 18 1925 aged 62 years
Interred in Abney Park Rd Cemetery London
Edith Kate Beales (14 July 1865 – 9 December 1866)
Edith was the daughter of Barnet and Ann (née Smith) Beales and died at Sidney Street aged 16 months old.
Charles Arthur Beales (6 May 1870 – 7 October 1905)
Charles was the third son of Barnet and Ann. Barnet was a tailor/robemaker and Charles grew up at 42 Sidney Street. He went to school at St. George’s Brompton and then Queen Elizabeth’s, Ipswich before going up to Christ’s College Cambridge in October 1888. He was awarded a B.A. in 1891 and an M.A. in 1895. He worked as a solicitor and married Beatrice Nicholson (1872-) in 1896. The couple had at least one daughter: Beatrice Mary (1897-1985) but by 1901 Charles was a widow and was living with Beatrice’s sister Jessie and her husband Richard Cornick in Weybridge Surrey. Richard was also a solicitor and had two young daughters and the two families were living together with servant Joseph Koch. Charles died at 4 Primrose Mansions, Battersea Park aged 35 years old. He was buried at Wandsworth, presumably with his wife and is remembered at Mill Road Cemetery.
Beatrice Mary Beales went to live with his sister Annie Beatrice at 8 Station Road (1911).
Albert Edward Beales (c.1863 – 18 June 1925)
Albert was the second son of Barnet and Ann and was baptised on 22 February 1863. Aged 18 (1881) he was working as a tailor and robe maker with his father, but by 1891 had become a brewer. He moved to live in Tottenham and in 1901 was working as a brewer’s traveller. He had retired by the age of 48, and was lodging with the Colman family at 389 High Road, Tottenham. He was buried at Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington.
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by Claire Martinsen
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