CFHS code : PL386

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of a dear husband and father ALBERT GEORGE DEAN d 19 Oct 1953 aged 67 flower holder From Friends

Monument : Kerb stones/Flowerholder

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Although the flower holder has broken all the pieces are there and the inscription is well preserved.
Dean monument

Monument

Situated in the parish area of St Paul, the flower holder on this monument has broken. All the pieces are there and the inscription is well preserved.

Inscription

left kerb

‘In loving memory of a dear husband and father Albert George Dean
who fell asleep Oct 19th 1953 aged 67 years’

Flower holder

‘From Friends’

Albert George Dean (1886 – 1953)

Albert was the son of George Dean, a cab proprietor. He married Ethel Alice Harper, using the name Albert Herbert Dean, on November 4th 1906 when he was 21 and Ethel was 19. At the time of his marriage he was a cab driver probably working for the family firm. Ethel was the daughter of Charles Frederick Harper an engineer.

Claude  Dean (1910 – 1910) 

Gladys Ethel Harper (1906 – 1912)

We know that these children are buried here as we have a copy of the grave book where the sexton recorded the position of all the graves and burials. We searched the grave book after being contacted by their great niece Tara.

[If you have any information about this person, please contact us at Friendsofmillroadcemetery@gmail.com]

Albert George Dean; Claude Dean; Gladys Dean