CFHS code : PL282

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : In Loving Memory of MARY ANN FULCHER d May 27 1904 Thy will be done

Monument : Stone cross/Kerb stones/Urn

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Fulcher monument

Monument

Kerb stones with a broken cross, in the parish area of St Paul, located eight rows to the west of the central path. The urn does not belong to this grave.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of

MARY ANN FULCHER

d May 27 1904

Thy will be done

Mary Ann Fulcher ( 29 July 1822 – 27 May 1904)

Mary Ann was born in Hingham in Norfolk and baptised there on 15 August 1822. Her parents were Thomas and Sarah, and her father worked as an agricultural labourer.  By 1851 she was working as a cook to the Barrett family and living at 30 Market Hill, Cambridge.   She then worked for widow Mary King as a cook, living first in Hillington, Norfolk (1861) and then at 2 St. Peter’s Terrace (1871/1881).  After that she ran a lodging house at 34 Hill Road (1891/1901).  She was hospitalised at the Fulbourn Asylum on 14 October 1902 and died there aged 81 years.  Mary was buried at Mill Road Cemetery on 30 May 1904.

Source:

Ancestry

by Claire Martinsen

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Mary Ann Fulcher