CFHS code : This monument was given a AL code as it north of the the east/west path, that was thought to divide the parish of St Clement and St Andrew the Less, but it was recently found to be in the parish of St Clement and has been assigned a new code.
Parish : St Clement. CL159
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
Monument : Commonwealth War Grave Commission Headstone
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
This Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone in the parish area of St Andrew the Less is located to the west of the east path.
16th SEPTEMBER 1940 AGE 53
REST IN PEACE
FOR EVER IN THE MEMORY
OF HIS WIFE AND SONS
Arthur Reginald Chapman (c 1888 – 1940)
Captain 101508 of the 118 Lt A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery. Arthur was the son of Arthur and Susan Chapman of Cambridge and the husband of Blanche Isabel of Torquay.
The parish record records that he was of 117 LAA Royal Artillery, Steeple Morden and was buried on the 20th December. There was a coroner’s inquest which has not yet been researched.
CFHS St Clement Burial Record transcript