CFHS code : AL444

Parish : St Andrew the Less

Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of ARTHUR TOWNSEND CAMPS d Jan 18th 1875 aged 27 also of ALICE SOPHIA daughter of the above d Feb 21st 1871 aged 4 months also of MARY ANN CAMPS d Dec 24th 1918 aged 71

Monument : Headstone (carved cross)

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Camps grave
Camps headstone

Monument

Inscription

In Loving Remembrance of ARTHUR TOWNSEND CAMPS Who departed Jan 18th 1875. Aged 27 years.

“Watch therefore for ye know not in what hour your Lord doth come.

Also of ALICE SOPHIA daughter of the above who departed this life Feby 21st 1871. Aged 4 months.

Also of MARY ANN CAMPS who died Dec 24th 1918 aged 71 years.

“Peace Perfect Peace”

Arthur Townsend Camps (1848 – 1875)

Arthur was a hall porter when he married Mary Ann Ogle on March 31st 1869. They were living at the  Hotel on Histon Road when their daughter was born in 1870. Arthur was working as a waiter.

Arthur died at an address in Albert St. His death was announced in the paper.

Alice Sophia Camps  (1870 – 1871)

Alice was born in November in Cambridge and died in February 1871.

Mary Ann Camps née Ogle (d 1918)

Mary Ann was born in Cambridge. She was the eldest child of George and  Ann Ogle. George was a master shoemaker and she grew up with 8  siblings at 60 Fitzroy St. At the age of 13 she was already working as a seamstress.
Her marriage to Arthur was announced in the paper

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Sources
Cambridge Chronicle & Journal – Newspaper Archive

Alice Sophia Camps; Arthur Townsend Camps; Mary Ann Camps