CFHS code : HS127
Parish : Holy Sepulchre
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ROBERT LEE WILSON BUTLER died suddenly May 2 1911 age 58 also of MARY ANN BUTLER d July 1 1914 age 74
Monument : Kerb stones
Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Situated east of the east path, the kerb stones are only partially visible under a large bush.
In Loving Memory of ROBERT LEE WILSON BUTLER died suddenly May 2 1911 age 58 years
Also of MARY ANN BUTLER died July 1 1914 age 74 years
Relationship: Brother and sister
Robert and Mary Ann were the children of Thomas, a waterman and publican, and Mary. In 1861 the family were living Waterside, St Ives.
Robert Lee Wilson Butler (c1852 – 1911)
Robert was born in Earith, Huntingdonshire.He was brought up in St Ives, Huntingdonshire and initially trained as an ironmonger. In 1884 he married [Sollaby] Wilson but his wife did not appear in any further census and may have died, though no record has been found. They had one daughter: Florence Mary. In 1891 Robert, his sisters Mary Ann and Elizabeth and 5 year old Florence were living at 170 Sturton Street, Cambridge. He was now a Prudential assurance agent. However by 1901 he was again employed as an ironmonger. When he died he was living at 10 Sturton Street.
Mary Ann Butler (C 1840 – 1914)
Mary born in St Ives, Huntingdonshire. Her occupation in 1861 was given as dressmaker. In 1891 she gave her occupation as housekeeper. Mary died in hospital.
CFHS transcripts of parish and census records
by Mary Naylor