CFHS code : PL68
Parish : St Paul
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CARROLL d 9 Mar 1884 aged 43 also GEORGINA CARROLL wife d 30 Nov 1896 aged 57 JOHN W CARROLL infant son b 22 Apr d 6 Aug 1870
Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Situated south of the south path between the path and the south wall, in the parish area of St Paul. The inscriptions face east. The headstone on the left is the monument for George and Georgiana and the one on the right is for George’s parents, John and Mary.
‘Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CARROLL who died March 9th 1884 aged 43 years’
“He sleeps in peace and …………. illegible …….
Also GEORGINA CARROLL wife of the above who died November 30th 1890 aged 57 years’
“For ever with the Lord.”
JOHN W CARROLL infant son b 22 Apr d 6 Aug 1870
George Carroll (1841 – 1884)
George was born in Cambridge, the only child of John and Mary Carroll. He married Georgiana Batho in 1865 in the parish of Depwade, on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.
They had at least five children: John William (1870-1870 4 months), Alice Laura (b 1872), Walter George William (b 1875), Dennis Herbert (b 1876) and Elizabeth Georgina (b 1880).
Georgiana Carroll (née Batho) (1839 – 1896)
Georgiana was born in Hoo, Suffolk. She was the eldest child of William and Elizabeth. William was a shoemaker and she was brought up in Otley, Suffolk. After her husband died Georgiana took over the running of the brewery for a few years before leasing it to George Scales jnr. George Scales snr is buried nearby. When she died Georgiana was living in Warkworth Street.
John W. Carroll (1870-1870)
John was their eldest child.
NB. Since Elizabeth Georgiana, the name Carroll as a second Christian name has been used at least once in every generation of the family.
R J Flood “Cambridge Breweries” a copy can be found in the Cambridgeshire Collection , Central Library.
CFHS transcripts of parish and census records.
by Mary Naylor and Penny Carroll Noble (descendant)