Inscription : Treasured and LMO / a beloved wife and mother LOUISA EMILY CLARKE / entered into rest April 23rd 1938 aged 63 “Brave, unselfish, loving” and WILLIAM GEORGE CLARKE d February 1st 1964 aged 94
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK RAYNER d Jan 18 1927 aged 79 also MARY ANN his wife d Feb 19 192- aged 86 also of ALICE MARY their daughter d Aug 31st 1932 aged 62 and of FREDERICK their son d June 18 1927 aged 55
Inscription : CHARLOTTE S MALTBY daughter of WILLIAM & ELIZ ELEANOR MALTBY b October [3rd or 5th] [1852 or 1862] d March 9 1876 also the above named ELIZ ELEANOR MALTBY b Jan 12th 1822 d Nov 10 1883 a loving wife and mother and a faithful friend also AUGUSTUS JOHN MALTBY b Dec 19 1856 d Sep 7 1887 also WILLIAM MALTBY d March 11th 1907 aged 80
Inscription : In Loving Memory of my dear husband CHARLES CHIDDENTON d 4 Jan 1895 age 63 also MARTINA CHIDDENTON his wife d 24 Apr 1924 age 85
Inscription : RICHARD CONSTANTINE BARKER d Feb 20th 1891 aged 67 SOPHIA BARKER the beloved wife of RICHARD CONSTANTINE BARKER d Feb 21st 1915 in her 90th year
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’
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM KIRK d May 1st 1922 aged 32 This stone is placed by his devoted wife