CFHS code : PL167
Parish : St Paul
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN HENRY BRIGGS d 5th Feb 1889 age 23 also of J H BRIGGS d 28 May 1864 age 16 months also WILLIAM BRIGGS father of the above d 4 Dec 1893
Monument : Stone cross
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Monument Located midway between the lodge and the central path a few metres north of the south path. This is actually a double plot with the sons buried in one grave and the parents next to them.
In Loving Memory of JOHN HENRY BRIGGS who died 5th Feb 1889 age 23 years
Also of J H BRIGGS who died 28 May 1864 aged 16 months
Also WILLIAM BRIGGS father of the above who died 4 Dec 1893
Although we have not found her name on the monument we know, from the grave register, that William’s wife Mary Ann is buried here.
The family lived for 20 years (1871-1891) in Ainsworth Street.
John Henry Briggs (d 1889)
John died at the family home in Ainsworth St.
John Henry Briggs (d 1864)
John died in Coronation Street
William Briggs (d 1893)
William was from Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. He was a railway guard.
William died in Devonshire Road aged 68
Mary Ann Briggs (d 1894)
Mary Ann was from Fakenham, Suffolk
Mary died at 46 Devonshire Road aged 65
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