CFHS code : AS148

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : In Memory of CAROLINE POWENCEBY DARKINS d May 13th 1930 aged 72 also of GEORGE WALTER DARKINS d June 6th 1939 aged 80 In Memory of HENRY GEORGE DARKINS who died of wounds whilst on active service June 11th 1917 aged 32

Monument : Stone cross (broken)/Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.203476 0.13676584 –click here for location

Darkins grave
Darkins cross

Monument
This stone cross (broken) within kerb stones, in the parish area of All Saints, is located near the western path on the left side as it curves round to the right at the bottom of the western boundary wall, and just behind the white kerb stones for William Kent.

Inscription
This transcription is taken from the transcript of the Cambridge Family History Society.]
‘In memory of Caroline Powenceby Darkins
died May 13th 1930 aged 72’

‘Also of George Walter Darkins
died June 6th 1939 aged 80’

‘In memory of Henry George Darkins
who died of wounds whilst on active service
June 11th 1917 aged 32 years’

Caroline Powenceby Darkins (d 1930)

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George Walter Darkins (d 1939)

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Henry George Darkins (d 1917)WW1 soldier – see also Life Story page
Henry George Darkins was the son of George and Caroline Darkins (commemorated on this grave) of 25 Malcolm Street, Cambridge.

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Source:
War Graves Photographic Project

By Ian Bent

Caroline Powenceby Darkins; George Walter Darkins; Henry George Darkins