CFHS code : AS342 grave register row 14 / plot 22
Parish : All Saints
Inscription : side 1 In Affectionate Remembrance of ELIZABETH beloved wife of HENRY FULLER d May 29  age 88 side 2 In Affectionate Remembrance of HENRY FULLER d Nov 7 1869 age 51 side 3 also of the children of ELIZABETH & HENRY FULLER JOHN WILLIAM d Jan  1845 age 1 year 8 months also ELIZABETH d Jan 21 1850 age 5 months also EDWARD WARWICK d Feb 22 1852 age 1 year also of CHARLOTTE d Dec 1855 2 years 9 months also FREDERICK d Aug 24 1863 age 1 year 9 months
Monument : Column
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Just south of the north path. There was likely to have been a cross on the top that has now broken. The inscription has eroded in some places and the parish records were used to complete it below.
In Affectionate Remembrance of HENRY FULLER
Who died Nov. 7. 1869. Aged 51 years.
“Verily, verily, I say unto you,
He that heareth my word,
and believeth on him that sent me,
hath everlasting life,
and shall not come into condemnation;
but is passed from death unto life.”
In Affectionate Remembrance of ELIZABETH
beloved wife of HENRY FULLER d May 29 1888 aged 88 years
Also of the children of ELIZABETH & HENRY FULLER
JOHN WILLIAM died Jan  1845 age 1 year 8 months
Also ELIZABETH died Jan 21 1850 age 5 months
Also EDWARD WARWICK died Feb 22 1852 age 1 year
Also of CHARLOTTE died Dec 1855 2 years 9 months
Also FREDERICK died Aug 24 1863 age 1 year 9 months
Relationship: Husband, wife and five infants.
Henry Fuller (1817 – 1869)
Henry was the fourth child of John and Charlotte Fuller. His father was a college cook and Henry became a baker.
He married Elizabeth Headdey on 11th August 1842 at St Clements Church. They lived in Sidney Street where, in 1851, he ran his confectionary business with one assistant, who may have been William Stigwood Westley, listed as an apprentice on the 1851 census.
Henry and Elizabeth had eleven children, five of whom died in infancy it is assumed that John was buried in *All Saints churchyard and that the others are buried here.
Henry also had a brewery at 96 Green Street [or possibly King Street].
Elizabeth Fuller née Headdey (1823 – 1888)
Elizabeth was the third child of William Watson and Elizabeth Headdey. William was Butler at Clare College.
After Henry’s death Elizabeth carried on as a baker and also gave her occupation as brewer. Her nephew James Headdey, an apprentice brewer, was listed as part of the household in 1871. The household also supported a general servant. Elizabeth would have been familiar with the brewing trade which her mother’s family had pursued.
Research Mary Naylor
CFHS Transcripts of parish and census records
Find My Past
Cambridge Breweries R J Flood – Cambridgeshire Collection
Edward Warwick Fuller (d 1852)
Charlotte Fuller (d 1855)
Frederick Fuller (d 1863)
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