George Tarrant 1838 – 1870
Private Percival Burrell, of the South Staffs Regiment, was killed in action in northern France on 23 August 1918, his death being memorialized in the Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery in the Pas-de-Calais
Lance Corporal Herbert Walter Burrell, of the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 23 July 1916, his death being commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial in France.
Frederick Alfred Clark 1898-1917
College Gyp for Queens’ College for 20 years.
William Stutes (c1778‒1848)
Inscription : Captain A.R. CHAPMAN Royal Artillery 16th September 1940 age 53 Rest in Peace for ever in the memory of his wife and sons
Arthur Caley (1821-1895), Susan Cayley (1831 – 1923)
Arthur Deck was a chemist with a shop on Market Hill.
see family grave page
gardener for the Master of Clare College, Dr Edward Atkinson, for 12 years and previously gardener at the Botanic Gardens in Cambridge.
Horace Francis Henry Gigney died on 14 June 1941. He was an RAF pilot based at Barnack, Northamptonshire.
was a bookseller, publisher and printer at 51 Trumpington Street, Cambridge for at least the period 1861‒91.
Master of Trinity College and supporter of the building of the Cemetery chapel
admitted to Queens’ College as a student in 1853, graduating Senior Wrangler in 1857, and was an elected Fellow of the College 1857-71. He became a barrister in 1864, later a QC.
Arthur Lawrence German (1878-1933) was a railway porter in Cambridge. His father had been a bootmaker before him.
He survived the war, died on 15 January 1920 and was buried on 19 January in the parish area of St Andrew the Great in this cemetery “under the Burial Laws Amendment Act 1880”
Stationer, publisher and bookseller of Sidney Street Cambridge
Herbert was killed at the battle of the Somme on 4 August 1916 at the age of 24
died in Salonika in 1918
Anderson Marsh (1822-71) served for ten years with the 15th Regiment the Hussars in India , returned to Cambridge, and ended his life in the Union Workhouse, finally committing suicide.
Town Clerk of the City of York from 1913-1934
John Cadman Brooks (1879‒1917) was a printer-compositor with the Cambridge University Press until he was called up in July 1916 and died in action at the Battle of Paschendaele on 26 September 1917, aged 38.
Charles Arnold (c.1824‒73) was a professional cricketer who played for Cambridge Town and also for Cambridgeshire between 1843 and 1857. By trade he was a baker.
Charles Cave (1857-1928) served in the Scots Guards for ten years and in the 62nd Wiltshires for twelve years, serving in Egypt, Sudan, Cyprus, Ireland, India and Pakistan. Born in St Ives, he ended his life in Cambridge.
(1836-1875) was Dean of Clare College, Cambridge, and Professor of Classics in the University. He committed suicide.
enlisted at Westminster as Rifleman (551149) in the 2/16th (County of London) Battalion (Queens Westminster Rifles).
David Parr is so special for Cambridge is that in his spare time he went home and decorated the inside of his humble terrace house with the patterns and colours that he so beautifully hand-painted in the much grander neo-Gothic ecclesiastical and civic interiors of his day job
William Gasson (1819-49), student of Classics and Divinity at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge, died at the age of 29.
(1829-1851) was an undergraduate of Clare College, Cambridge. He died of typhoid fever at the end of his third year.
Richard Reynolds Rowe (1824-99), Cambridge architect and engineer, Borough Surveyor, architect of Corn Exchange, Cambridge, Red Cow public house, St Matthew’s Church, and many other buildings in Cambridge and Cambridgeshire.
butler of Jesus College many years Churchwarden of St Andrew the Less (on Newmarket Road, Councillor for the St Andrew’s ward, and re-elected continuously until voted Alderman of the City of Cambridge in 1868. In 1877 he was appointed Deputy Mayor
Marion Grace Kennedy was a Classics scholar, a fighter for women’s education, and active member of the suffragette movement.
Daniel Gentle, senior (1857-1929), was a grocer
Fellow and Bursar of Queens’ College
Charles Kerridge (1847/8 – 1927) was a bricklayer from Walsham le Willows in Suffolk, who originally worked for builder James Footer of Exning.
co-founder of the publishing house of Macmillan
booksellers and publishers
builder, died 1892
WW1 civilian presumed drowned at sea on 1 August 1917, aged 25
Grocers of Trinity Street
developed a successful drapery and haberdashery shop as well as being a JP
butchers, poulterers and fishmongers
brewer, wine and spirit merchant in Cambridge from 1866 to 1904, also a town councillor and influential civic figure
Emma Rolfe, who was sixteen when she died, worked as a prostitute in the Barnwell district of Cambridge and was murdered in August 1876 on Midsummer Common.
(1819-1915) Master of Clare College for 59 years, the longest serving Master for any institution in England.
Fellow and Librarian of Corpus Christi College
alumnus of Emmanuel College
Fellow of Emmanuel College for 34 years, Bursar of the College for 27 years and Printer to the University for nine years
Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge and an eminent commentator on the development of the British Empire
Fellow of King’s College 1882-98
Verger of King’s College Chapel for 16 years
Chapel Clerk of King’s College
Sir George Gabriel Stokes was one of the leading scientists of his day. His contributions to physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering remain of great importance – indeed of increasing importance – today.
came first to Trinity College Cambridge in 1815 but moved to Queens’ College in February 1816. He was elected a Fellow of the College in 1820, and served as its President from 1832 to his death
distinguished classicist, Fellow of St John’s College, Regius Professor of Greek, author of Latin Primer, died 1889
died in the second Boer War in South Africa
died while fighting in the second Boer War
fought and died in the Boer War in South Africa
Private (3/776) in the 2nd Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died of wounds at the Somme in France on 20 July 1916.
Inscription : 166375 Sapper WR EVERARD Royal Engineers 9th November 1918 age 27 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Died on 8 November 1918 at the age of 31, was initially a Private (30934) in the Suffolk Regiment, was transferred as a Private (179202) to the I.W.B. (Infantry Works Battalion) Middlesex Regiment (Res) Garrison Battalion, then transferred to (80610) the Labour Corps.
Inscription : G14939 Private R B CULPIN Royal Sussex Regiment 16th December 1918 age 20 (Commonwealth War Grave )
during the war became a signaller in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He appears to have been discharged from his regiment by the time of his death at the age of 21 in January 1918.
James Frederick Heal was a Corporal in the 73rd Black Watch. His death in 1901 suggests that he was a casualty of the Second Boer War.
Inscription : Suffolk Regiment Insignia Private 9585 H H TAYLOR Suffolk Regiment 17 Jan 1919 aged 47 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : War Grave Commission headstone 20732 Pte A BURLINGHAM Suffolk Regt 24 Aug 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Private [probably acting Corporal] (326012) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 21 September 1918, aged 25, at the Second Battle of the Somme
Private (26264) in the 11th (Service) Battalion (Lewisham), the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, attached to the Trench Mortar Battery was killed in France on 5 August 1917
2nd Lieutenant in the 10th Siege Battery, the Royal Garrison Artillery, contracted Spanish ’flu and and died in the Magdalene Hospital, Winchester
Lance Corporal in the 2nd Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment (No. 27215), was killed in action in France on 6 September 1916.
Inscription : EDWARD HAMILTON ACTON Fellow and Lecturer of St Johns College b November 26th 1862 d February 15th 1895
Inscription : Dieu [Lui] [Fasse] [Paix] Monsiur JEAN GUILLAUME ROBERT RENEVENUA an accomplished musician born in Paris 1787 departed this life 4 December 1868 aged 81
Frederick Charles Prevett, Boy 1st Class, Royal Navy died of influenza on the HMS Royal Sovereign on 1st October 1918, aged 18 (Commonwealth War Grave).
Inscription : To the Memory of JAMES REYNOLDS many years driver of the telegraph coach from Cambridge to London d 24th day of March 1868 aged 73
Inscription : W T BLEET served as 8455 Private W T REED Northamptonshire Regt 29th January 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : 139931 Airman 2nd CL W FOULGER Royal Air Force 29th January 1919 age 34 (commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : 26874 Private C F G HOYE E Kent Reg (The Buffs) d 19 July 1919 aged 19 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : Imperial War Graves Commission headstone H L BAVISTER Stoker 1st Class RN SS 110902 – HMS Pembroke d 3 Sept 1917 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MILDRED EMMELINE WORLEDGE d December 22 1917 aged 29
Inscription : J E LANGWORTHY Australian Munition Worker 30th July 1918 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of LOUISA wife of JAMES HOLLIMAN d July 20th 1931 aged 69 also of JAMES HOLLIMAN d August 2nd 1932 aged 73 flower holder Mother and Dad
Inscription : Royal Corps of Signals 2588429 Signalman H P SMITH Royal Signals 11th September 1939
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of EMMA HOSEGOOD b May 21st 1849 d April 21st 1913 also of LUKE HOSEGOOD b July 10th 1851 d June 15th 1924
Inscription : STTDMO KATE HARDING STREET First Head-mistress of The Perse High School for Girls Cambridge 1881-1909 d December 3rd 1913 aged 68 and of her beloved friend HANNAH OSBORN d January 7th 1924 aged 87
Alfred Arthur Wallis (1885-1918) fought during the First World War on the western front with the 1/2 Cambridgeshire Regiment, and died on 24 October 1918.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of / EDWARD CROFT / eldest son of / SAMUEL CROFT & MARY HARDY / of Wandsworth Common / who passed away at Queen’s Coll / 19th of December 1898 / in the 22 year of his age “Just as I am without one plea But that thy blood was shed for me And that thou bidd’st me come to thee O Lamb of God I come, I come.”
President of Queens’ College 1892-96
Fellow and Bursar of Queens’ College
civilian World War 2 death – killed by a bomb dropped on 130 Mill Road
served in the Cambridge police force for 26 years, from 1876 to his retirement in the rank of sergeant in 1902
constable in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
member of Cambridge Borough Police Force
Henry Phillips was a member of the Cambridge Borough Police Force for more than 30 years, probably from around 1850 to 1880 Little is known of the husband and wife whose deaths within three months of one other in 1894
detective police sergeant in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
Police constable in the Cambridge Borough Police Force
Edward Kirbyshire joined the 9th Light Infantry, fighting with them in the Crimean War. He joined the Borough Police Force in October 1856.
Constable in the Cambridge Borough police force
Detective Police Constable in the Cambridgeshire Borough Police Force for 34 years
Charles Cooper Carter (c.1835‒1916) was a member of the Cambridge Borough Police Force from 1859 to 1895.
one of the first policewomen.
police officer on the Cambridge Borough Police Force from at least 1887 until probably the late 1900s.
a member of the Cambridgeshire Borough Police Force for over 28 years
police constable; by 1901 a police sergeant and by 1911 had risen to the rank of ‘inspector of police’
Private (326274) in the 1st Batallion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action at St Julien on 31 July 1917, aged 22
Private (352959) in the 2/9th Battalion Territorial Forces of the Manchester Regiment, formerly Private (4457) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment fell in action in France on 9 October 1917
Rifleman (S/20542) in the 9th (Service) Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own), formerly Private (34437) in the Suffolk Regiment. He fell in action in France on 23 October 1917
head gardener of Emmanuel College
Head Porter of Emmanuel College for 37 years
servant at Emmanuel College for more than 50 years
William Henry Woodcock (1890-1918), servant at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, served with the East Yorks Regiment in WW1 and died in action in northern France 27 April 1918.
Sergeant (13822) in “A” Company, the 11th Battalion, the Suffolk Regimen, died on 6 July 1916 of wounds
Private (260770) in the 1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Duke of Cambridge Hussars) of the Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line, died 20 July 1916
temp 2nd Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment), wounded in action and died of his wounds on 20 January 1917
Lance Corporal (768) in the 5th (City of London) Battalion (London Rifle Brigade), London Regiment, died in action on 13 May 1915
Sapper (217779) in the 98th Light Railway Train Crew Company, Corps of Royal Engineers
died on 17 November 1918, aged 27, was on the register of Shipping and Seamen, and had been awarded medals
served with the 11th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment (known as the ‛Cambs Suffolks’), wounded by a shell and died on 4 August 1916
Private (168/18582) in the 3rd/5th East Anglian Cyclists Division Company, transferred to the Labour Corps with the rank of Corporal (622740). He died on 5 March 1919, aged 27
Thomas Henry Stearn (1893‒1918), Gunner (156666) with the 25th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed in action at the Somme in northern France on 31 (or 30) May 1918.
Private (G/18130) in the 7th (Service) Battalion, the Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment, formerly Private (3654) of the Suffolk Yeomanry, was killed in action on 23 July 1917
killed in action in Polygon Wood, near Ypres, in northern France, on 26 September 1917
Private (423319) in the 10th Battalion, the London Regiment, died on 21st May 1917, aged 38
Lance corporal in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, fell ill while awaiting shipping to the Western Front and died of tuberculosis on 14 August 1916
Sapper (20577) in the 7th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died on 29 August 1918, aged 30
Private (13798) in the 5th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) died on 2 January 1915
served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment. He was wounded on 28 August 1918 and died a day later
Lance Corporal (2074) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 3 June 1915 at Houplines, Armentières, France
Private (201445) in the 7th Battalion the Tank Corps, formerly Private (32435) of the Machine Gun Corps, killed in action on 14 April 1918, aged 19
Private (19336) in the Army Pay Corps, died of pneumonia on 22 November 1918 aged 33
Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
Private (73965) in the 2nd Battalion the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) formerly Private (291452) in the Welch Regiment, was killed in action in France on 29 October 1918, aged 35
medical doctor working at Addenbrooke’s hospital, died June 1918 – civilian WW1 death
Private (1805) in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), stationed at the 1st Eastern General Hospital, where he died on 5 June 1915, aged 28
Private (3061) in the 1st/7th Battalion the London Regiment, was killed in action in France on 25 September 1915, aged 23.
Second Lieutenant in the 101st Squadron, Royal Air Force, and East Lancashire Regiment, died of accidental injuries at the Somme, in northern France, on 2 August 1918, aged 20
Private (G/21187) in the 15th Middlesex Regiment, attached to the 7th Battalion the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 28 September 1916, aged 25
Sergeant (415746) in the 23rd Regimental Battalion, the Canadian Infantry (part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force) died on 23 August 1917, aged 23
Private (325191) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 16 February 1918 of wounds received in action
Rifleman (S/15364) in the 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own). He is recorded here as reported missing in France in September 1916
of the Sherwood Foresters was killed in action on 5 June 1915
Private in the Royal Army Medical Corps (1991), died of pneumonia on 9 March 1917
Douglass Walter Masterson (1889-1928) fought with the NZ Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli in 1915, was injured there, and was transported back to New Zealand in 1916, where he lived a further twelve years.
florist, nurseryman and seed merchant, best known for having discovered a hitherto unknown species of snowdrop.
Cambridge brewers who owned The Tiger public house at 4/5 East Road from the mid-1850s to 1889
Featuring prominently in the life of Cambridge for well over a century, Miller’s Music began at 6 Sidney Street in 1856
(c1860-1905) was a Cambridge piano dealer
Private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, attached to the 5th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment (No. 242470), was killed in action in France on 19 July 1917
Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
of the Royal Army Medical Corps, killed in action in 1917
Private (2928) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 28 October 1916 of wounds sustained at the Battle of the Somme, aged 25
Corporal (326100) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in Belgium on 28 April 1918 aged 27
Private (72802) in the 10th Field Ambulance was killed in action on 13 April 1917
Corporal (325671) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 26 September 1917, aged 27 in ‘Tower Hamlets’, a name given to an area of the Western Front near Ypres
Lance Corporal (1145) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in northern France on 12 May 1915, aged 20
Corporal (L/2583), 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, was killed in action at Le Glairet, France on 8 September 1914, aged 24
Private (26051) in the 9th Battalion the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, was killed in action at Ginchy in northern France at the Battle of the Somme, on 3 September 1916, aged 25.
2nd Lieutenant in the 7th Battalion, attached to the 5th Battalion, the Lincolnshire Regiment died on 11 October 1915
served in the 18th Batallion the Lancashire Fusilliers (No. 56552) and killed in action on the western front on 28 September 1918
Lance Corporal (36316) in the 7th Battalion (Extra Reserve) the Royal Fusiliers (London Regiment), was killed on the first day of the Battle of Ancre on 13 November 1916, aged 31
well-preserved granite tomb, which probably has substantial footings and perhaps a vault beneath, consists of a large, three-ledged sarcophagus supported on four legs, standing on a moulded stone base with a cross on top
was a highly skilled woodcarver and stonemason whose work can be seen in the chapels of Jesus and Magdalene Colleges and the Round Church in Cambridge, as well as in Ely Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Eton College chapel
George Kett (1809 – 1872) of Wymondham, Norfolk was a skilled carpenter and wood carver
Sergeant (932163) in 101 Squadron, the Royal Air Force, was killed on active service on 8 or 9 July 1942
Warrant Officer Class II (311894) in the Royal Armoured Corps, died at sea on 11 July 1943 aged 57, while on active service
Telegraphist (C/WRX/160) on H. M. Trawler Sisapon, Royal Navy, died on 12 June 1940, aged 25
Lieutenant (304135) in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action on 18 July 1944, aged 30
choral scholar, later organist of Emmanuel College, also Honorary Fellow
located at 2 Mackenzie Road between 1923 and 1974, was founded by Emily (Emilie) and Flora Lewis
was a landscape artist, associated with the Norwich School of painters
organist of All Saints Church for fifty years
The product of a professional cricketing family, he played initially for Cambridge YMCA and Cambridgeshire, before signing for Surrey in 1891.
one of Cambridgeshire’s and England’s greatest-ever cricketers.
Lieutenant (EC/16274) in the 1st Battalion the 10th Gurkha Rifles, died in Rangoon, Burma, on 9 May 1946 aged 19.
Private William James Hunt, G/10329, Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, was killed by shell fire on September 18, 1918, aged 33.
died in the war in German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) on 26 March 1915, aged 34.
Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps, served at the First Eastern General Hospital 1914–19. He died on 5 February 1920
2nd Lieutenant (2810) in the 1st/4th Battalion the (City of London) London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), formerly Private (2810) of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on 27 May 1918
Pioneer (84460) in the 228th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France on 9 August 1918
Sergeant 12017, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regimenr, killed in France on 20 July 1916
Sergeant (481035) in the 41st General Hospital Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) died of accidental injuries (burns) on 29 September 1918 aged 26
Corporal (325307) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment formerly No. 1687 of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action in France on 28 August 1918
Lance Corporal (G/9033) in the 2nd Battalion the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) killed in action at Gallipoli on 6 June 1915
Private (325563) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (21886) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on the Western front on 4 September 1917
Lance Corporal (3009), 1st/8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles), was killed in action in France on 23 December 1915, aged 23
Driver (T4/108340) in the Royal Army Service Corps, attached to Headquarters, 19th Division, died 30 May 1918 aged 39
Private (57997) in the 20th Battalion Canadian Infantry, died of a gun shot wound to the right thigh at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station, Belgium on 13 April 1916
Private (3443) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 4 September 1916 in France
Private (14712) in the 8th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died at Colchester on 26 April 1915
Gunner (68332), 244th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed when a shell hit his dug-out at Passchendaele on 14 September 1917, aged 22
Private (27968), 1st Battalion, the Grenadier Guards, was killed by a shell at the battle of Canal du Nord, Cambrai, France on 27 September 1918, aged 30
Captain in the 2nd Royal Marine (Plymouth) Battalion, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division, the Royal Marines, died on 20 August 1918 at the Burlington Hotel, London
Private in the 2nd Batallion the Lincolnshire Regiment, formerly (42012) Training Reserve, killed in action in 1918
2nd Lieutenant in the 10th Battalion (Shropshire & Cheshire Yeomanry) Territorial Force, the King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry), killed in action in France on 8 September 1918, aged 19
Sergeant (11591) in the 7th Battalion the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, died in action in Salonica on 25 January 1918, aged 21
Inscription : ROBERT BOOTH CAMPBELL BROWN Trinity Hall d April 4 1893 aged 19
Inscription : Royal Engineers Crest 203937 Sapper G H B NICE Royal Engineers 21 July 1919 age 34 (Commonwealth War Grave)
Inscription : To the Memory of HERMANN BERNARD MA & Phil D of the University of Giessen in Hesse Dermstadt for many years Hebrew teacher to the University of Cambridge d Nov 16 1857 aged 72
Inscription : In Memory of / WILLIAM JOHN STEELE BA Fellow of St Peter’s College, Cambridge / who was born at Stranorlar/ Donegal, Ireland Sept XVI MDCCCXXXI and died at St Peter’s College March XI MDCCCLV / Till call of time marked this stone
Inscription : IHS MARY ANN PREST d Oct 13 1866 aged [ ] EDWARD BRENT PREST d 1903 aged 8 MARGARET ANNE PELHAM PREST wife of the above d Dec 10 1910 aged 71
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM HOPKINS b Feb 2 1793 d Oct 13 1866 SARAH BOYS d Oct 1850 age 91
Inscription : b — October  d June 16 1855 here be the body of JOHN ——– OCTAVIUS GLOVER ———- DOTAT — 1— US
Thomas Waraker (1828-1907) graduated from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and became a judge on the south-eastern circuit. He also lectured in law at Trinity Hall, served as Justice of the Peace for Cambridge, and headed the Cambridge Conservative Party. Harriet Waraker was his wife, and Lucy Harriett his daughter.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CRAWFORD HEATH Fellow of Kings College Cambridge d 18th July 1860 in his 77th year
John Edwin Nixon (1841–1916), Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge from 1874 to his death, and Gresham Professor of Rhetoric in the University from 1881 to 1914
John Halsey (c 1810-1877), Senior Fellow of King’s College
Inscription : MM2 177157 Private LC SPARKES Army Service Corps 4th July 1916 age 32 (Commonwealth War Grave)
William Edward Ridler (1831-60), Fellow and Lecturer of King’s College
Charles Frederick Bays (1841-58) was the son of Charles Bays, hatter of 11 King’s Parade, Cambridge, and his wife Mary. The family had a long tradition as hatters and hosiers (i.e. makers of hats of all kinds and stockings and breeches).
Inscription : In Affectionate Remembrance of WILLIAM BAYS d May 12 1886 age 48 also In Affectionate Remembrance of EMMELINE BAYS d Oct 2 1914 age 64
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN ELIZABETH HOWES b Sept 21 1860 d Oct 6 1944 also of ERIC NEVILLE HOWES third son of the above b Jan 18 1895 d Jan 7 1942
John Biggs (1801-67) was a hairdresser (as had been his father) in Hobson Street, later King Street, Cambridge; by 1861 he claimed also to be a ‘ginger beer manufacturer’! Esther (1801-54) was his wife.
Reginald Deck (1877-1959) was a member of the Deck family of druggists, pharmacists and mineralogists in Cambridge. He had a chemist’s shop at 30 Regent Street. Martha was his first wife, and Agnes her sister.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ROBERT HILLS b April 1861 also of WILLIAM MAURICE HILLS two lines illegible also of HELEN LOUISA HILLS beloved wife of ROBERT HILLS b 20.5[18-4] d Oct 5 1919
William Pegler (1814-76) was Chapel Clerk of King’s College between 1857 and 1876. He was twice married, and had ten children.
James Careless (1795-1875) was the Fellows’ Butler at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in the 1850s and 1860s. Ann was his wife, Charles Henry and Louisa two of the couple’s children.
George Smith (1799-1861) was a porter and gardener at King’s College, Cambridge; Mary was his wife, Emily Cater their daughter, and Laura Amelia their grand daughter.
William Warren Haggis (1827-60) was a cook in one of the Cambridge University colleges; Henry Samuel Haggis was probably his brother; he died in Australia.
William Weatherhead (1833-1906) was a bookseller and stationer at 19 Peas Hill, Cambridge. His son Albert Shelton Weatherhead (1865-1948) continued the business, as did two of his sons.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH JANE FRANCIS b March 7 1846 d Oct 28 1928 for 52 years the faithful friend and servant of Dr and Mrs ATKINSON
Thomas Mountain (1848-1933), chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, later brewer; Kate Mountain (née Bodley) (1863-1944) his second wife.
served in France in the Royal Army Medical Corps and died on 29 April 1919 aged 45, following active service
Private (67712) in the 6th Batallion, the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Somme on 13 May 1918, aged 19
Private (29074) in the 2nd Batallion the Border Regiment, died of wounds sustained in France on 29 October 1917, aged 36
Lance Corporal (26689), A Company, 1st Battalion the Royal Fusiliers, died of wounds sustained while on active service on 11 July 1917, aged 32
Rifleman (R/33163) in the 18th Battalion the King’s Royal Rifle Corps. He became ill in France and was brought back to England where he died on 12 February 1917, aged 32
Private (325644) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 8 July 1917, aged 34
Gunner (156664) in the 153rd Brigade of the Royal Garrison Artillery (No. L/25210). He was killed in action on the Western Front in France on 24 September 1918
Private (3/6628) in the 1st Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action in France on 9 November 1914 aged 23
Private (2991) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died in hospital of wounds suffered at the Battle of the Somme on 2 October 1916 aged 17
2nd Lieutenant with the 10th Battalion (Service Battalion), the Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own) killed in action on the western front on 7 September 1915
(G/16011) of the 13th Batallion Royal Sussex Regiment was killed in France in 1918
Lance Corporal (84459) in the 203rd Field Company, Royal Engineers killed in action on 7 June 1918, aged 22
Private (326525) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (3923) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment killed in action on 26 September 1917 aged 24
Private (G/19117) in the 2nd Batallion the Royal Sussex Regiment, was killed in action in France on 13 October 1918
Private in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action in France on 13 May 1915
Second Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, the Manchester Regiment, died in action at the Second Battle of the Somme on 25 March 1918, aged 34
Lieutenant in the 12th (Service) Battalion the Highland Light Infantry, died in action at the unsuccessful Battle of Loos on the Western Front on 25 September 1915
Private (79243) in the 31st Battalion, the Canadian Expeditionary Force died of wounds at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station on 10 August 1916
Lance Corporal (327881) formerly Private (6198) in the 1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died of wounds on the western front in France on 8 March 1918 aged 19
Private (43757) in the 6th (Service) Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment died of wounds sustained in at the second Battle of Sambre, France on 6 November 1918
Private (10396) in the 5th (Service) Battalion of the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment) died of wounds sustained in Mesopotamia on 18 April 1916
Lieutenant in the 1/1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment (Territorial Force) was killed in action at the Schwaben Redoubt on 14 October 1916.
Private (6273) 1st Battalion, the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry died in action on 14 September 1914
Private (9182), 7th (Service) Battalion, the Suffolk Regiment. His death was recorded in the Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord) in northern France, the date given there being 12 July 1915
Private (53179) 61st Company, the Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) formerly Private (3472), Suffolk Yeomanry (Territorial Force). He died on 16 August 1917
Private (285029) in the 1st/6th Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment (transferred from the Cambridgeshire Regiment), was wounded and died on 9 October 1917, aged 22
Lieutenant in the 21st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) (59056), and 49th Squadron Royal Air Force Royal Canadian Air Force, was killed in action at Lille on 24 September 1918, aged 28
Rifleman (50287) in the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, which was posted to the 6th Battalion the London Regiment (City of London Rifles), was killed in action in northern France on 10 September 1918, aged 18
Private (271192) in the 7th (Service) Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action at Villers-Bretonneux (Somme, northern France) on 24 April 1918, aged 19
Private (1038) in “A” Company, 1st Battalion the Lancashire Fusiliers, was killed in action at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915 aged 25
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died on 19th July 1917 at the age of 30. He was an Acting Bombardier in the Royal Field Artillery, ‘B’ Battery 83rd Brigade, service number 85830.
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Inscription : The Cambridgeshire Regt 3397 Private T BARTON Cambridgeshire Regiment 6th December 1916 age 27 (Commonwealth War Grave)
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