CFHS code : CL113

Parish : St Clement

Inscription : In Loving Memory of FLORENCE MABEL beloved wife of ALFRED GEORGE CLARK d 15 Aug 1933 age 49 also JOHN FREDERICK their son d 9 Sept 1937 age 16

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.20242, 0.13842812 – click here for location

The monument in May 2018.


This headstone is located in the parish of St Clement, one row west of the eastern path. The inscription is of metal letters. The kerb stones and corner posts are all in place.


In Loving Memory of FLORENCE MABEL beloved wife of ALFRED GEORGE CLARK who died  August 15th  1933 aged 49 years.

“There is a blessed home.”

Also JOHN FREDERICK  son of the above who died  Sept 19th 1937 age 16 years.

“Safe in the arms of Jesus.”

Florence Mabel Clark (née Stubbing) (1884 – 15 August 1933)

Florence was the daughter of William and Selina (née Douglas) Stubbings and was born in Sawston.  William was a fellmonger (a dealer in animal skins, usually sheepskin) and she grew up on London Road, Sawston. By 1901 the family had moved to live at 15 Guest Road, Cambridge. Florence married Alfred George Clark (1879-1946) in 1908 and they had at least three children: George Douglas (1914-1987), Florence Marion (1917-) and John Frederick (1921-1937).  All the children were born in Runcorn, Cheshire, but by at least 1926 they had returned to Cambridge and lived at 11 Park Parade, where  Alfred and Florence ran a Lodging House.  She died at Addenbrookes Hospital aged 49 years old.

John Frederick Clark (1921 – 19 Sept. 1937)

John was born in Runcorn, and died aged 16 years old.

Alfred Clark married Gertrude Emily Grounds (1886-1967) in 1937 and they continued to live at Park Parade.  He died at home aged 67 years old and is buried in Cambridge City Cemtery with his second wife.



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Florence Mabel Clark; John Frederick Clark