Parish: St Edward This grave was not located by CFHS in 2000, but we know from Parish records that the Richard was buried in Mill Road Cemetery. The grave is located 21 rows from the west wall. Richard Thomas (11
Inscription: In Ever Loving Memory of SEPTIMUS THOMPSON died Jan 29th 1915 aged 74 years
Also his wife JANE THOMPSON died March 14th 1934 aged 83 years
The Rev. Canon Frederick Watson D.D. (1844-1906)
Arthur Holmes (1836-75) was an Anglican priest and a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. He committed suicide in 1875.
Inscription : In loving memory of William G.A. Pinder who departed this life January 2nd 1870 also of FRANCES ANNA infant daughter of the above who departed this lofe April 3rd 1869 aged 13 months
Crabb Gillett (1829-94) was a pharmacist in central Cambridge, with premises at 5 Peas Hill.
(1829-1851) was an undergraduate of Clare College, Cambridge. He died of typhoid fever at the end of his third year.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ADA ELLEN SCARR d Feb 23 1915 also MARTHA LILIAN SCARR d June 12 1956
Inscription : In Loving Memory of AGNES LOUISA DEAN d June 17th  aged 49 also of LIZZIE METCALFE sister of the above d Dec 30 1935 aged 72
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 Memory of GEORGE HENRY SENNITT d Aug 29 1893 age 52 also of SARAH his beloved wife d Aug 2 1921 age 79 also of GEORGE HENRY SENNITT d July 4 1919 age 53 also SUSAN his wife d Feb 9th 1933 age 71 also In Memory of EMMA MAY LOW SENNITT d Jan 25 1994 age 2 and EDWARD SENNITT d Jan 14 1966 age 65 open book In Loving Memory of ALFRED LANGFORD SENNITT d Nov 2 1961 age 87 and of his dear wife KATE EMILY d Dec 16 1968 age 79
Inscription : MARY the beloved wife of ARTHUR DECK d 7 Apr 1863 aged 33 also three of her children ALICE MARY d 29 Dec 1863 aged  EDWARD ISAIAH d [-]5 Jan 1864 aged 2 [JOHN] [——-] d 27 Jan 1864 aged  also GODFREY son of ARTHUR and CHARLOTTE DECK d 12 Mar 1876 aged 10 months FREDERICK son of ARTHUR and MARY DECK died in Philippines 15 Oct [—-] aged 35 footstone ARTHUR DECK FCSFS d  Sep 1903 aged 83 CHARLOTTE wife of above d 20 Mar 1916 aged 77
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.
Frances Pegler (1836-96) was the wife of William Pegler, Chapel Clerk to King’s College, Cambridge. She and William had 9 children, including Sarah and James. Ann Chesshire was William’s daughter by first marriage.
Inscription : ARTHUR [B—–] MARSH line illegible JOHN HOWARD MARSH line illegible also of ELIZABETH MARSH d 13.9.1919 aged 79 also of FLORENCE MARSH d 9.6.1938 aged 75 also of EDITH MARY MARSH d 24.1.1945 aged 79
Charles Cave (1849-1927) was a stripper and grinder in a Lancashire cotton mill for most of his career, becoming a life assurance agent in later life and moving to Cambridge. His wife, Maria Ann (1836-1917) was a dressmaker.
John James Lias (1832-1923) was rector of the Church of St Edward King and Martyr, Cambridge 1880 to 1892. He was also Chancellor of Llandaff Cathedral in Wales.
The Parson family had two pharmacies in Cambridge: at Peas Hill in the town centre, and 74 Mill Road. Henry James Parson (1849-1903) and his two sons Sydney James Parson (1879-1944) and Mervyn Ernest Parson (1882-1951) were all pharmaceutical chemists.
Agnes May Bays (1839-86) was the daughter of Charles Bays, hat maker of 11 King’s Parade, and his wife Mary.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEOFFREY CHARLES GILBERT d Dec 6 1932 age 7 weeks also ALFRED CHARLES GILBERT d Jan 4 1962 age 59 also SARAH LOW GILBERT wife of the above d 11 July 1971 age 71
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of WILLIAM PULLIN d 3 Sep 1880 aged 46 also 2 children ALICE MAUD d 20 Mar 1879 aged 12 AGNES d 24 May 1877 aged 15 months
Inscription : In Memory of ALFRED WILLIAM LOW SENNITT d July 15 1896 age 21 also SUSIE LOW SENNITT d April 21 1898 age 7 days
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.
James Robert Ling (1840‒91) was a music retailer at 7 St Edward’s Passage, Cambridge. Wife Emma maintained the firm from his death until 1921. The entire Ling family were deeply involved in music, as singers, tuners and retailers.
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
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK WILLIAM beloved husband of ROSE b 19 May 1886 died at sea 11 July 1943 and GEORGE b 16 Sept 1891 d 28 Jan 1959 sons of GEORGE & ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE also ELLEN LOUISA wife of GEORGE b 15 Sept 1891 d 4 Oct 1959 In Loving Memory of ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE b 28 Nov 1857 d 19 Apr 1916 also GEORGE NIGHTINGALE b 20 Jan 1860 d 7 Dec 1931 In Loving Memory of HARRY NIGHTINGALE 1st Cambs Regt died of wounds in France 16 Feb 1918 age 23
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM WILLSON d August 4th 1914 aged 56 also his wife GEORGINA WILLSON d June 13th 1948 aged 88
Inscription : SUSANNA LING b June  1801 d June 28 1891 also WILLIAM SAMUEL LING b April  1837 d Aug 8 1882 also HENRY SAMUEL GRANT b July 11 1855 d Dec 2 1872 also HARRIETT GRANT b May  [184-] d July 20 1894
William Pegler (1814-76) was Chapel Clerk of King’s College between 1857 and 1876. He was twice married, and had ten children.
Albert William Smith (1861-1955) was a master tailor in Cambridge. His wife Sarah lived to age 82 and he to 93.
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.
Sarah Ann Sharman (1837-1912) belonged to a family of toy sellers in Market Hill, Cambridge. She married Isaac Beale (1831-1917), who began his career as a compositor-printer, but later took over the Sharman family toy business. Their son Horace Sharman Beale (1869-1925) became a pharmacist at 22 Petty Cury, Cambridge.
John Brown (1824-1909) was a tailor and robe maker, of 5 King’s Parade, Cambridge. With his wife and younger son he is buried on one grave, while four other members of the family are buried in the adjacent unmarked plot.
Thomas Mountain (1848-1933), chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, later brewer; Kate Mountain (née Bodley) (1863-1944) his second 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.
Alfred Johnson (1812-61) was a wood turner, cooper and brewer on Corn Exchange Street, Cambridge. His second wife, Eliza (1812-95) bore him at least seven children, one of whom went to South Africa to mine diamonds but died there.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ALFRED CYPRUS POLLENDINE d 12 Mar 1926 aged 46 also ADA NELLIE POLLENDINE d 29 Mar 1908 aged 2 years 3 months also ALICE JULIA STARR former beloved wife of above d 8 July 1949 aged 70
Inscription : In Remembrance of My loving husband ALGAR GEORGE HAIGH d March 7 1939 age 64 also MINNIE SABINA HAIGH d Feb 6 1958 age 77
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALFRED dearly beloved son of JOHN & BERTHA DRAYTON d 19 Mar 1916 aged 12 also BERTHA DRAYTON d 13 Sept 1950 aged 77 also JOHN DRAYTON d 21 Dec 1934 aged 65
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of EBENEZER PIKE d Feb 10 1928 age 52 also his dear wife AMELIA d 21 Dec 1944 age 64
Inscription : In Memory of ALFRED HENRY SADD b May 24 1851 d Sep   ROBERT THOMAS SADD b March  d July 8 189 MARY ANN SADD b March 31 1820 d Feb 4 1881 LLEWELLYN SADD b Oct 16 1856 d Sep 30 1857
Inscription : In Remembrance of JOHN EATON d May XI MDCCLIX aged LXXI also of ANN his widow d Sept XVIII MDCCCLXIII aged LXXXII
Inscription : DAVID JENNINGS d Dec 28 1864 aged 53 SARAH JENNINGS wife of the above d [May] 19 1874 aged 53 ALFRED [—-] JENNINGS ——– 29 1923 age [–] also of SUSAN MARY JENNINGS sister of DAVID JENNINGS d Sep 27 1888 aged 89
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CHARLES RAWLINGS d 15 Feb 1910 aged 85 also ELIZABETH RAWLINGS 9 Apr 1914 aged 85
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ALFRED STADEN d Jan 3 1942 also KATE STADEN d July 5 1960
Inscription : open book ELLEN GERTRUDE SMART b 7 Sept 1863 d 3 Apr 1910 MARGARET KATE SMART b 2 Dec 1877 d 8 Jan 1947 FREDERICK SMART b 11 May 1835 d 28 Aug 1911 kerbs In Loving Memory of CONSTANCE DAISY SMART b 14 Apr 1880 d 28 Feb 1901 SARAH ELEANOR SMART 3 Feb 1848 – 24 Dec 1909
Inscription : base of cross In Loving Memory of WILFRED THOMAS TITTERINGTON b Aug 5 1903 d June 26 1907 kerbs EDWARD THOMAS TITTERINGTON d March 15 1922 age 63 also ALICE ELIZA TITTERINGTON d May 29 1956 age 91
Edward Lutt (c.1789-1872) was a shoe retailer at 12 King’s Parade, Cambridge; Edith was his wife.
Inscription : In Peace ANN ELIZABETH GREEF of Kings Parade d Sep 28  age  also [ANN] MARIA GREEF daughter of the above d July 16 1884 age 53
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDITH SARAH HALLS d Feb 21 1927 aged 43 Not on the inscription Vera & Doris Halls
Inscription : side 1 In Loving Memory of WILLIAM GEORGE ELLIS b 28 Jun 1818 d 11 Mar 1889 also his widow MARY ANN ELLIS b 13 Nov 1819 d 15 Feb 1904 also of WILLIAM son of above b 31 Dec 1850 d 8 Feb 1853 also of MARY ANN eldest daughter b 5 Jun 1846 d 23 Feb 1911 also of JULIA ANNIE second daughter b 11 Sept 1848 d 15 Jan 1923 side 2 also of son WILLIAM GEORGE PHAROE ELLIS MA BCMD St Catherines College b 23 Sept 1863 d 18 Aug 1925 and fifth daughter ANN b 28 Feb 1857 d 16 Apr 1930 and sixth daughter ELIZABETH b 26 Jan 1860 d 3 May 1948
Inscription : ROBERT MANN b 25 Feb 1833 d 11 Aug 1883 SARA PRESTON MANN wife of ROBERT MANN d Oct 20 1880 aged 42 MARY ANN MANN eldest daughter of ROBERT & SARA P MANN 22 May 1863 d 24 Nov 1866 ROBERT MANN eldest son of ROBERT & SARA P MANN b 27 May 1860 d 2 Oct 1886 SARA MANN d 18 Dec 1882 age 17 WILLIAM CHARLES MANN 2nd son of ROBERT & SARA P MANN b 10 Feb 1862 d 5 Oct 1889 also ANNIE MANN youngest daughter of ROBERT & SARA P MANN b 1 Feb 1869 d 21 Apr 1894
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of son ARCHIBALD HAROLD REED d 22 Nov 1918 aged 33 also MARY ANN REED d 29 Aug 1930 aged 73 and JAMES JOHN THURLOW REED d 20 Jun 1933 age 77 also of ROSALIE LILLIAN REED b 29 Oct 1883 d 16 Aug 1884
Inscription : In Loving Memory of My dear husband ARTHUR WILLIAM NEWMAN d April 14 1956 age 63 also FLORENCE ANNIE NEWMAN d Oct 16 1967 age 77
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of EDWIN JOHN HILLS b May 25 1843 d June 4 1883 also GEORGE FREDERICK HILLS d Oct 7 1911 in his 64th year also BENJAMIN HILLS brother of the above d June 24 1890 aged 29 also JOHN HILLS d Jan 10 1912 in his 62nd year
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDWARD HARRY LAUGHTON d 14 Jun 1965 aged 83 also MARY ANN LAUGHTON d 23 Jun 1938 aged 54
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of CATHERINE BISHOP widow of MULLINER BISHOP d  April  aged 76 also of WILLIAM BISHOP brother of the above MULLINER BISHOP d 6th March —- aged 83 also of CATHERINE ELIZABETH BISHOP daughter of remainder illegible
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDWARD PLUME BRYANT d Dec 1  age 80
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of THOMAS WILLIMOTT late of HM Customs Liverpool second son of CHARLES WILLIMOTT d 20 Mar 1852 aged 24 also WILLIAM brother d 10 Nov 1860 aged 28 and CATHERINE widow of above WILLIAM WILLIMOTT d 1st Feb 18 aged 27
Inscription : side 1 In Ever Loving Memory of our dear Mother SARAH the beloved wife of EDWARD SMITH d Jan 1 1869 aged 46 also of our dear Father EDWARD SMITH who peacefully [passed to rest] during the [night] Dec 6 1895 aged 7 side 2 also In Memory of our dear sister HANNAH SMITH (HATTIE) d June 24th 1907 aged 48
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERIC WILLIAM HODGSON d Nov 11 1909 age 49 also his granddaughter CECILIA STEWART d March 29 1910 age 7 months also EMMELINE beloved wife of FW HODGSON d April 14 1927 age 70
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.
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 Loving Memory of JOHN PERRING d July 28 1922 age 67 also ELIZA his wife d April 15 1923 age 71
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PRISCILLA B HUNT d 28 July 1922 aged 65 also husband CHARLES HUNT d 7 Jun 1923 aged 66
Inscription : In Loving Memory of My dear husband HENRY ALFRED CHAPMAN d Oct 12 1940 aged 72 also of EMMA JANE dear wife of the above d June 7 1948 aged 80 also of MAUD daughter of the above d Sep 18 1947 aged 59
Inscription : In Memory of EDITH OGDEN d July 23 1915 aged 18 and ELIZABETH OGDEN d May 11 1952 also of LUCY OGDEN d Jan 19 1917 aged 14 years 10 months and of CHARLES OGDEN d June 16 1952
Inscription : In Loving Memory of ETHEL MARY HUNT d 1 Dec 1925 aged 37
Inscription : In Loving Memory of CYRIL F KINGSNORTH d May 4 1958 also MARY ANN PARISH d Nov 1 1926 age 88
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of GEORGE CRAWFURD HEATH Fellow of Kings College Cambridge d 18th July 1860 in his 77th year
Inscription : In piam memoriam vir desideratissimi EDWARD ATKINSON STP Collegii de Clare per LIX annos magistri natus est die VI August AD 1819 obiit die I Mart AD 1915 hic venerande senex placida iam pace quiescis hic iacet uxor amans unus amor mens una fuit dum vita manebat unus habet tumulus
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EMMA ARNOLD a devoted wife and mother d April 30 1954 age 78 also EDWARD JOHN ARNOLD husband of the above d March 20 1955 age 80
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of JESSIE DEAN d 27.10.1933 aged 54 also of her husband GEORGE RICHARD DEAN d 13.1.1944 aged 75
Inscription : In Loving Memory of EDWARD THOMAS CANHAM d Nov 25 1922 age 45
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of JOHN EDWARD EVANS d Nov 25 1914 aged 55
Inscription : In Loving Memory of [EDWIN] HENRY JENNINGS: Also EMILY JENNINGS died Feb, 1, 1932 aged 80 years
Inscription : In Memory of JANET MARY DALE b January 1887
Elsie Overland George (1881-1916) and Fanny Rebecca George (1862-1936) of Cambridge, were sisters. Ellen and Eliza George of Thetford may be relations of theirs.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of The Reverend GEORGE BARBER MA d 12.5.1861 aged 54 also of ELIZABETH ANNE widow of the above d 21.8.1899 aged 88 also of EMILY ANNE second daughter of the above d 4.9[190-] age 63
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JESSIE HUNT d April 23 1940 aged 69 also of her husband remainder illegible
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH CHAPMAN d October 26 1913 aged 69 ELIZABETH CHAPMAN d 17 Oct 1956 aged 85 also WILLIAM CHAPMAN d February 10 1914 aged 71
Henry Charles Phipps (1845-1021) was the Fellows’ Butler at Clare College, Cambridge, for upwards of 30 years.
Inscription : In Memory of JANE HALL widow of the late THOMAS HALL (formerly of Glasgow) d 5.8.1905 aged 91 also ELIZABETH her sister beloved wife of GEORGE LEVER d 12.2.1906 in her 65th year also GEORGE LEVER d 22.1.1923 in his 83rd year
John Barnard was a Fellow of King’s College Cambridge who died on November 16 1878, aged 84.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE CLARK d 2nd March 1940 aged 70 also ELIZABETH MARY his wife d 5th April 1947 aged 77
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of JOHN HILLS d Oct 22 1874 in his 57th year also SOPHIA his wife d April 19 1886 in her 67th year
Elizabeth Mountain (1851-1935) was a milliner and draper at 76 Mill Road, Cambridge. Mary Ann (1840-1909) was her sister. They were daughters of George Mountain, coachman to the Provost of King’s College, Cambridge.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of ELIZABETH the beloved daughter of the late JAMES & ELIZABETH RATTEY widow of JOHN NARNEY POTTS Esq of Dublin and wife of WILLM REED d 25.2.1867 in the 27th year of her age at Alverston House near Derby also to ELIZABETH widow of the late Mr JAMES RATTEY and mother of the above who died at Old Oak Cottage Acton Green Middlesex 17.7.1867 in the 60th year of her age ISMO WILLIAM RATTEY d 27.5.1921 aged 86 also of HARRIET RATTEY his wife d 24.11.1929 and HARRIET ELIZABETH RATTEY their daughter d 31.1.1943
Inscription : In Affectionate Remembrance of EMILY the beloved daughter of WILLIAM and MARY ANN ELSE d July 5 1875 aged 17 WILLIAM ELSE d October 11 1— aged — In Loving Memory of MARY ANN wife of WILLIAM ELSE d Oct 1 189- aged 70 on slab that may not be part of this grave also of ELIZABETH BROADWAY d Dec 17 1940 aged 86
Inscription : In Memory of ELIZA ANN dearly loved wife of DENNIS METCALFE died at Whittlesford May  1910 age 46 also of EMMA BARNES d Dec 20 1937 age 71
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of JOHN HUNT d 5 Mar 1925 aged 31
Isaiah Deck (1792-1853) was a widely-known chemist and pharmacist with a shop at 9 King’s Parade, Cambridge. He was also famous as a mineralogist. Susan was his wife and Emma their daughter.
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN wife of FREDERIC CF JOHNSON d 30.3.1883 aged 43 also of EMMA second wife d 25.8.1906 aged 64 also of FREDERIC CF JOHNSON d 29.1.1908 aged 66
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 CHARLES HERBERT PARISH d Nov 6 1934 age 59 also FLORENCE HARRIETT KINGSNORTH d July 25 1960
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOSEPH WILLIAM RULE b July 21 1884 d April 17th 1913 also LEONARD JOHN SKIPWORTH b May 22 1898 d Sep 27 1914
Inscription : side 1 In Loving Memory of MARY ANN HOLLY the beloved wife of WILLIAM ROBINSON d Jan 24 1906 aged 64 also of WILLIAM ROBINSON husband of the above d Aug 6 1914 aged 76 side 2 In Loving Memory of FLORENCE HOLLY COCKERTON d Feb 13 1917 aged 54 also of JOHN COCKERTON killed in action in France Nov 9 1914 aged 23 also of HUGH AUBREY COCKERTON on active service died in hospital in France Oct 2 1916 aged 17
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PHOEBE ANN BAKER AYLES matris optimae d April 7th 1900 also of her daughter FLORENCE MARY AYLES b October 22nd 1858 d February 14th 1947
Inscription : LOUISA ANN NUNN widow of the late ROBERT BENJAMIN NUNN d 10 Mar 1901 age 76 ROBERT BENJAMIN NUNN d 7 April  aged 
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FRANCES JANE the beloved wife of ROBERT JOHN TOWNSEND d April 9 1913 age 27 also of ROBERT JOHN TOWNSEND her beloved husband d Feb 24 1932 age 47
Inscription : LYDIA TUBBS SOUTHGATE d November 18th 1897 aged 74
Inscription : FRANCES LOUISE BROWNE b June 27 1796 d Jan 4 1859
Inscription : ISRO LEN JAY my dearest husband d April 20 1924 age 42 also MARTHA ELIZABETH DESSENT d Feb 18 1939 age 69
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of FREDERIC NUNN d Aug 22 1874 age 13 also RUTH NUNN d Nov 23 1878 also LOUISA NUNN d April 7 1884 age 30
Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY (POPPY) E EVANS d March 17 1916
George Mountain (1807-64), Yorkshireman, was coachman to the Provost of King’s College Cambridge between 1840 and 1864; his wife, Letitia (1808-76), of Norfolk, his wife 1839-64; Kate Mountain (1863-1944) their daughter-in-law.
Inscription : In Memory of WILLIAM WALLIS b March 14 1801 d March 13 1861 and of MARY his wife b April 4 1799 d January 1860 also of SWAN WALLIS their son b Dec 3 1830 d March 5 1848 In Memory of GEORGE SALMON b June 9 1788 d March 14 1867 and of ELIZABETH his wife b Dec 28 1783 d June 16 1867 and of GEORGE WALLIS b Nov 15 1835 d Feb 23 1915
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WILLIAM LIVERMORE d Dec 13 1878 aged 75 also MARY ANN widow of the above d October 8 1887 aged 78 LYDIA ANN SOUTHGATE niece of the above d Aug 10 1889 aged 40
Inscription : MURIEL LAWRANCE WEBSTER b 25 May 1884 d 10 Dec 1884 WILLIAM HENRY LAWRANCE d April 8 1857 ALICE MARY WEBSTER b 1847 d ——- JAMES LAWRENCE b Dec 1 1785 d June 16 1846 and is buried in St Edwards Churchyard ALICE ELIZABETH SUSAN WEBSTER b 1831 d 1915 GIFFORD WEBB LAWRANCE d Dec 14 1869 age 40 [–SSIA] SARAH WEBSTER b 1849 d 1932 ALICE GILLAM LAWRANCE b June 25 1796 d Sept 25 1881 JAMES L LAWRANCE b 1825 d 1898 In Loving Memory of ELIZA WEBSTER
Inscription : In loving memory of Hannah Stembridge Hayward born Apr 12 1842 died Nov 16 1908 R. I. P.’ Inscription : ‘In loving memory of Thomas Bidwell Hunt who died Sep 20 1926 aged 77 years.’ “[illeg] well done.” [south:] ‘Also of Alice the beloved wife of Thomas Hunt who died Oct 16 1941 aged 85 years’ [kerbstones:] ‘Also two sons, ‘John H. Hunt, who died in West Africa March 26 1915 aged 34,’ ‘And William J. Hunt who was killed in action in France Nov 13 1916 aged 31.’
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of HARRIETT wife of JAMES HENRY BULLOCK who passed away on Easter Eve 1920 aged 59 also JAMES HENRY husband of the above d Dec 15th 1949 aged 87
Inscription : In Loving Memory of PETER JOHN HEADLY d Feb 13 1860 aged 40
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
Inscription : In Memory of CHARLES WILLIMOTT d 6 Dec 1863 aged 59 also HENRY [SIMPERINGHALL] son of above d 16 Nov 1863 aged 29 also CHARLES WILLIMOTT d 27 Aug 1871 aged 41 also FREDERICK WILLIMOTT d 27 Mar 1877 aged 35
Inscription : In Memory of RICHARD MARTIN For thirty seven years a valued Servant of the University d Nov 12 1873 aged 76 also RICHARD MANN MARTIN son of the above d June 9 1857 age 34 also MARY ANN wife of RICHARD MARTIN d March 23 1884 age 80 also To the Memory of MARY ANN MILLER daughter of the above and wife of MARK MILLER d June 9 1884 age 51
Inscription : In Memory of ROBERT PAGE CLAYTON d 14 Mar 1873 aged 27 also MARTHA widow d 31 May 1887 aged 46 also HERBERT PAGE CLAYTON son of above d 17 Feb 1941 in his 69th year
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of HERBERT VICTOR RODELL d 25 Oct 1943 aged 52 also beloved wife LILY RODELL d 21 Jan 1959 aged 65
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of THOMAS FLACK d 14.9.1861 aged 52 also of SARAH wife of the above d 2.3.1875 aged 61
James Mountain (1842-1923) was the son of George Mountain, coachman to the Provost of King’s College Cambridge. He became a clergyman and served parishes in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. Edith Frances (1874-1948) was his daughter.
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of JANE the beloved wife of WILLIAM WRIGHT d October 18 1862 age 31 also of ADA MARY infant daughter of WILLIAM and JANE ELIZABETH WRIGHT b November 15 1867 d February 25 1868 and of WILLIAM WRIGHT husband of the above d August 6th 1877 in his 61st year
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
Inscription : In Memory of JOHN [DEERY] PLEDGER d March [—-] age 63 also MARY his wife d Feb 12 186- age 71 also MARY their daughter d April 10 1839 age 31 also ALFRED their grandson d April 18 [19–] age 6
Inscription : In Loving Memory of Our dear brother SIDNEY HORACE CLARK d July 3 1933 aged 31 also of LAWRENCE GEORGE JACOBS beloved husband of GRACE ALICE JACOBS d March 23 1958 aged 62
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
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SOPHIA the dearly loved wife of GEORGE J HACKER d 28.7.1891 aged 42
John Halsey (c 1810-1877), Senior Fellow of King’s College
Thomas Argent Sanders Christmas (c.1807-89) was an ironmonger at 6 Peas Hill, Cambridge
Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOSEPH SPALDING d Nov 11 1913 age 77 also MARTHA SPALDING d Feb 23 1929 age 96
Inscription : In Loving Memory of WALTER MASON MOWTON d 14 May 1909 age 49 also ANNIE his wife d 30 Nov 1935 age 75 also their daughter EDITH MOWTON d March 18 1946 age 56
Matilda Kate Shearcroft (c.1844-1906) was the wife of John Shearcroft, printer and compositor.
William Edward Ridler (1831-60), Fellow and Lecturer of King’s College
Inscription : In Loving Memory of LAURA AMY PATE b July 12 1870 d July 22 1933
William Bond (c.1814-59) was a porter at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.
Inscription : MM2 177157 Private LC SPARKES Army Service Corps 4th July 1916 age 32 (Commonwealth War Grave)
In Loving Memory of William John Tinworth d 24 Mar 1943 aged 66
Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of Our dear mother MARY AMELIA WARD d Sept 17th 1946 aged 62 Pte PERCY CHARLES PILGRIM of the RAMC d June 6 1915 aged 28
Inscription : [MA]RY ANN PARSON line illegible d Jan -7 [18–] — 67
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of WILLIAM SHARP d June 9 1837 aged 72
Inscription : headstone MARY ELIZABETH the beloved wife of ROBERT ROE b May 2 1800 d March 31st 1856/ slab: In memory of / MARY RAY / d March 22 1849 / aged 85
Inscription : ———– EDITH MARY the dear child of FRED G —– ELIZABETH GOWER d 21 Sept 1879 aged 11 months
Inscription : In Loving Memory of RICHARD INMAN SEVERS b 18 Sep 1840 d 30 Nov 1900 wife HANNAH SEVERS b 24 Mar 1851 d 23 Nov 1934 also son ARTHUR RILAT SEVERS b 17 Oct 1884 d 16 Feb 1923 also daughter FLORENCE ELIZABETH SEVERS b 29 Oct 1887 d 1 Jan 1982
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of ROBERT ROE d July 31 1880 in his 88th year
Inscription : In Remembrance of JOHN HATT d March 12 1866 aged 76 also SARAH his wife b July 23 1804 d May 6 1887 also of SARAH ELIZABETH BARNES d Aug 14 1926 aged 86
Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of SUSAN BENNISON d 12 Apr 1865 aged 75 also ELLEN PACK CLIFTON d 23 March 1923 aged 73
Inscription : In Memory of T Rev THOMAS BROCKLE-BANK Senior Fellow of Kings College Cambridge he was the eldest son of the late Rev THOMAS BROCKLE-BANK of Clifton Gloucestershire and sometime vicar of Deane Lancashire d July 24th 1878 in the 54th year of his age
Inscription : TTDME THOMAS FITZWILLIAM WATTS d 11.11.1892 at Bournemouth aged 52 also of HELEN HARVARD WATTS fourth daughter of the above d 14.6.1895 aged 20 also of ROLFE infant son of SAMUEL H and NINA HARVARD WATTS b 29.7.1899 d 29.7.1899
Inscription : In Loving Memory of THOMAS METCALFE ROBINSON d Augst 7th 1888 aged 49 also four sons of the above also AUGUSTA the beloved wife of the above who lost her life through a fire in Trinity Street March 9th 1895 aged 54
Inscription : LM WALTER KEEPING MA b Jan 6 1854 d Feb 22 1888
William Boulton Lawfield (1846-1927) was a confectioner. He and his family lived at 39 Mill Road, Cambridge from 1909 to post-1975.