CFHS code : AS330

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : In Loving Memory of PHILIP ET’CHES d 22 Apr 1886 aged 71 also d 29 Dec 1904 aged 87 ANN wife of the above and youngest daughter of the late JOSEPH CASE who was Porter at Cauis College nearly 40 years

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

The headstone in 2019

Monumen

Located 4 rows east of the west path as it bends to become the north path. It is not known when the headstone fell. The inscription has suffered some erosion.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of PHILIP ET”CHES who died April 22. 1886. Aged 71 years

Also died Dec 29 1904 aged 87 years. ANN wife of the above
and youngest daughter of the late JOSEPH CASE
who was Porter at Caius College nearly 40 years

Philip Et’ches (c.1815 – 22 April 1886)

Philip was the son of George and Isabella (née Hopkin) and was born in  Little Downham, three miles outside Ely. In 1841 he was living in Ely and working as a gardener but later worked as a plasterer.  He married Ann Case in 1854 and they lived at Trinity Lane (1861/1871) and then at 3 Gifford Place, Green Street (1881).

Ann Et’ches (née Case) (1817 – 29 December 1904)

Ann was the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth and was baptised on 31 August 1817 at St. Michael’s Church.  She worked as a college servant/college bedmaker and lived with her brother William on Trinity Lane (1841/1851) before marrying Philip Et’ches.  In 1891 Ann was living at 3 Bradwell’s Yard and was noted as being retired.

Source:

Ancestry

by Claire Martinsen

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Ann Et’ches; Philip Et’ches