CFHS code : PL

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : [east face] In loving memory of William Edward Bulman Sergeant in the Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry Lieutenant in the Cambridge Fire Brigade who died March 12th 1901 from disease contracted whilst on active service in the South African War aged 29 years Thy will be done Also Milly the well beloved wife of Edward Bulman (& mother of the above) who died November 3rd 1903 aged 53 years He giveth his beloved sleep [south face] In loving memory of Milly the beloved wife of Edward Bulman who died November 3rd 1903 aged 54 years He giveth his beloved sleep [=final inscription]

Monument : obelisk/kerbstones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202338, 0.13595097 – click here for location

The monument after restoration in December 2016.
The monument after restoration in December 2016.

Monument
Obelisk on triple plinth, all in dark-grey marble, located in the parish area of St Paul against the west wall just north of the Lodge. The monument was restored in December 2016.

Bulman inscriptions
Bulman inscriptions April 2016

Inscription

[east face:]

‘In loving memory of William Edward Bulman
Sergeant in the Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry
Lieutenant in the Cambridge Fire Brigade
who died March 12th 1901 from disease contracted whilst on
active service in the South African War aged 29 years.’
“Thy will be done”

‘Also Milly the well beloved wife of Edward Bulman
(& mother of the above)
who died November 3rd 1903 aged 53 years.’
“He giveth his beloved sleep”.

[south face:]

‘In loving memory of Milly
the beloved wife of Edward Bulman
who died November 3rd 1903 aged 54 years.
“He giveth his beloved sleep”.

William Edward Bulman (c1872‒1901)Boer War soldier – see also Life Story page

William died while fighting in the second Boer War. He was also a lieutenant in the Cambridge Fire Brigade.

Milly Bulman (d 1903)

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Milly Bulman (d 1903)

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By Ian Bent

Milly Bulman; William Edward Bulman