CFHS code : HS50
Parish : Holy Sepulchre
Inscription : In Loving Memory of our dear mother SARAH GRANT DENNINGTON d Apr 13 1905 age 59 also CHARLOTTE HUNTER d March 1 1909 age 35
Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Lat Lon : 52.202287, 0.13782172 – click here for location
In Loving Memory of our dear mother SARAH GRANT DENNINGTON
Who fell asleep April 13. 1905 age 59 years
Also CHARLOTTE HUNTER d March 1 1909 age 35
Sarah Grant Dennington (née Northrop) (1847 – 13 April 1905)
Sarah was born in Harston and baptised there on 11 July 1847. She was the daughter of labourer Richard and his wife Rebecca and married James John Grant (1849-1875) in 1870. James was a coprolite digger and the couple lived in the village of Haslingfield. They had at least one daughter Emma (1874-1928) before James died in 1875 aged 26 years old.
In 1881 Sarah was working as an SMS nurse (subsidiary medical services) and living at 1 Manor Street (an SMS nurse was a nurse with no training or formal qualifications). Daughter Emma meanwhile had been sent to live with her grandparents in Harston. Sarah then married widower George Dennington (1826-1906) on 5 November 1886. George was a coal dealer, and they lived at 9 Norfolk Street (1901) and then 9 Blossom Street. Sarah died at home aged 59 years old.
Charlotte Hunter (1873 – 1 March 1909)
Charlotte died at Grafton Street aged 35 years old.
by Claire Martinsen
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