CFHS code : BO48

Parish : St Botolph

Inscription : CYRIL ARTHUR CHILD Jan 23 1900 _ Apr 7 1902

Monument : Stone cross (broken)

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.20287, 0.13741066 – click here for location

Child grave
Child monument

Monument

This white marble cross with double plinth, its cross lost, in the parish area of St Botolph, is located in the centre circle, in the north western sector of the circle.

Inscription

‘Cyril Arthur Child Jan 23 1900 – April 7 1902’
“Suffer me to come to Thee”

Cyril Arthur Child (1900-1902)

Cyril, who was baptised on 18 February 1900, died aged 2. His parents were Charles James Napoleon Child, priest (he baptised Cyril and several of his other children) and Gertrude Annie Louisa Child (née Hall).

The couple were married on 4 April 1899, thus Cyril must have been their first child. By 1900, they lived at Ashton House, Newnham, Cambridge and by 1903 at ‘Lynfield’, 19 Tenison Avenue. The couple had at least five other children: Mary Veronica (b 1901), Monica Gertrude (b 1903), Eric Charles (b 1905), Hereward John (bapt. 1909) and Margerite Isobel (b 1910).

[If you know anything about this family, please contact us with the information at friendsofmillroadcemetery@gmail.com]

(Note: A Tom Child (1853-1913) and his wife Louisa Child (1850-1924) are buried in the parish area of Holy Trinity

Sources:
St Botolph: burial register
St Botolph: baptismal register
St Botolph: marriage register

By Ian Bent

Cyril Arthur Child