College Gyp for Queens’ College for 20 years.
Arthur Caley (1821-1895), Susan Cayley (1831 – 1923)
gardener for the Master of Clare College, Dr Edward Atkinson, for 12 years and previously gardener at the Botanic Gardens in Cambridge.
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.
(1836-1875) was Dean of Clare College, Cambridge, and Professor of Classics in the University. He committed suicide.
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.
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
Fellow and Bursar of Queens’ College
(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
Inscription : EDWARD HAMILTON ACTON Fellow and Lecturer of St Johns College b November 26th 1862 d February 15th 1895
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 : 26874 Private C F G HOYE E Kent Reg (The Buffs) d 19 July 1919 aged 19 (Commonwealth War Grave)
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
head gardener of Emmanuel College
Head Porter of Emmanuel College for 37 years
servant at Emmanuel College for more than 50 years
choral scholar, later organist of Emmanuel College, also Honorary Fellow
Inscription : ROBERT BOOTH CAMPBELL BROWN Trinity Hall d April 4 1893 aged 19
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
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 : 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 : In Memory of WILLIAM HOPKINS b Feb 2 1793 d Oct 13 1866 SARAH BOYS d Oct 1850 age 91
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CRAWFURD HEATH Fellow of Kings College Cambridge d 18th July 1860 in his 77th year
John Barnard was a Fellow of King’s College Cambridge who died on November 16 1878, aged 84.
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 : 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
William Edward Ridler (1831-60), Fellow and Lecturer of King’s College
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 Pegler (1814-76) was Chapel Clerk of King’s College between 1857 and 1876. He was twice married, and had ten children.
Thomas Mountain (1848-1933), chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, later brewer; Kate Mountain (née Bodley) (1863-1944) his second wife.
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.
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
Inscription : WILLIAM HAMPDEN GABBETT of Trinity Hall b Jan 27th [184-] d Nov —-
Inscription : In Memory of JOHN CLARK MA Edwards Fellow of Queens College Cambridge son of JOHN & ELIZABETH CLARK born at Ellerton Yorkshire died in Queens College July 13 1900 in his ninetieth year
Inscription : In Affectionate Memory of Rev ARTHUR ROBERT WARD MA b Dec 29 1829 d Sep 25 1884
Inscription : JAMES CHALLIS Plumian Professor b Dec 12 1803 d Dec 3 1882 SARAH wife of the above b March 20 1789 d Aug 31 1870
Inscription : HENRY ANNESLEY WOODHAM LLB Sometime fellow of Jesus College Cambridge born Newbury Aug 4 1813 died at Cambridge March 16 1875 CATHERINE WOODHAM FISHER wife of WILLIAM WEBSTER FISHER MD Downing Professor of Medicine sister of HENRY ANNESLEY WOODHAM LLB Sometime fellow of Jesus College Cambridge born at Newbury in Berkshire on St Andrews Day 1829 died at Cambridge on Good Friday the 6th of April 1860
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of FRANCESSA MARGARET d 22.11.1852 aged 4 and ELIZA SOPHIA d 27.6.1862 aged 15 children of JAMES & ELIZA SOPHIA HOUGH also of ELIZA SOPHIA wife of JAMES HOUGH d 13.6.1893 aged 66 also of JAMES HAYWARD eldest son of JAMES & ELIZA SOPHIA HOUGH d Sept 29 1893 aged 43 also of JAMES HOUGH d Dec 28 1900 aged 82
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ANNIE wife of THOMAS WOODHOUSE LEVIN d Oct 5th 1903 aged 70 also THOMAS WOODHOUSE LEVIN MA St Catharines Coll Camb d Dec 15th 1904 aged 70
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ALFRED ROSE Master of Arts Clerk in Holy Orders for  years Fellow of Emmanuel College remainder illegible
Inscription : ANDREW CRAIK BA Scholar at Emmanuel College Cambridge born at Airlie Dec 18 1817 died in College June 1 1874
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ARTHUR THOMAS CHAPMAN Master of Arts for 51 years Fellow of Emmanuel College b 10th March 1840 d Dec 10 1913
Inscription : In Memory of JOHN NOBLE COWARD son of T COWARD Esq MA b May 30 1850 d July 11 1871