CFHS code : BE60a

Parish : St Bene’t

Inscription : In Loving Memory of JOSEPH CLARK d June 24 1865 age 39 also ALBERT DONETT CLARK d Apr 7 1868 age 10 also KERENHAPPUCH CLARK d Nov 9 1906 age 80

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Clark headstone 2016

Monument

Albert’s second name looks like Donetit on the headstone.

Inscription 

In Loving Memory of JOSEPH CLARK who died June 24 1865 age 39 years

Also of ALBERT DONETT CLARK who died April 7 – 1868 age 10 years

Also of KERENHAPPUCH CLARK wife of Joseph Clark.
Who died died Nov. 9. 1906. Aged 80 years.

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Joseph Clark (d 1865) 

Joseph was born in Ickleton, Cambridgeshire, the son of Joseph (an agricultural labourer) and Mary Clark. By 1851 he had moved to Cambridge and was living as a  servant in the household of William Alliston (grocer) at 21 Silver Street in the parish of St Botolph. He married Kerenhappuch Smith in the church of St Mary the Less on May 1st 1856. They appear to have only had one child, Joseph Doneti, registered in 1859.

Albert Donett Clark (1859 –  1868)

In the birth registration his name is spelt Donati and in the burial register transcription Doneti.  The family were living at 9 Mill Lane when he died.

Kerenhappuch Clark (c 1826 – 1906)

She was born in Haverhill Suffolk to William and Elizabeth [or Kerenhappuch] . Her father William was a butcher. After Joseph’s death she became a lodging house keeper. She lived in Mill Lane for many years. She died at 6 Tennis Court Road, Cambridge.

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Albert Donett Clark; Joseph Clark; Kerenhappuch Clark