Arthur Lawrence German (1878-1933) was a railway porter in Cambridge. His father had been a bootmaker before him.
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.
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.
builder, died 1892
George Kett (1809 – 1872) of Wymondham, Norfolk was a skilled carpenter and wood carver
Charles Bays (1804-77) was a hat maker, and managed the business of Bays & Son, hatters, of 11 King’s Parade, Cambridge, from 1840 to his death in 1877. Mary was his wife.
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
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 Affectionate Remembrance of WILLIAM BAYS d May 12 1886 age 48 also In Affectionate Remembrance of EMMELINE BAYS d Oct 2 1914 age 64
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.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOHN HOWES b December 19 1828 d November 15 1904 also of ARTHUR JAMES HOWES son of the above d January 19 1886 aged 24 also SARAH ANN HOWES wife of JOHN HOWES d January 16 1932 in her 102nd year/reverse: ILMO / CHARLES JOHN HOWES / d June 7 1934 / aged 75