CFHS code : PL123

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : In Loving Memory of IVETT GRANT d Feb 9 1906 age 32 also MARGARET PAPWORTH d Nov 24 1958 age 92 also ELSIE MARGARET GRANT d 27 Aug 1983 age 87

Monument : Stone cross (broken)/Kerb stones

Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.2020816, 0.13590061 – click here for location

The grave set in September 2016
Grave set September 2016

Monument

This stone cross (broken) on a pedestal, with kerb stones, in the parish area of St Paul, is located on the south side of the south path, beside that path, directly opposite the front door of the Cemetery Lodge.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of IVETT GRANT died Feb 9 1906 age 32

Also MARGARET PAPWORTH died Nov 24 1958 age 92

Also ELSIE MARGARET GRANT died 27 Aug 1983 age 87

Relationships: Elsie Margaret Grant was the daughter of Ivett Grant and Margaret Grant (née Camps; later Papworth).

Ivett Grant (1867‒1900)

Ivett (or Ivitt) Grant was born in 1867 in Haslingfield (a village 6 miles southwest of Cambridge), the son of Ivitt Grant, farm bailiff, and Betsy Willmott.

Ivett married Margaret Camps on 9 September 1893 at St Paul’s Church, Cambridge.  At the time, Margaret was living at 28 Lyndewode Road (in the Petersfield area) and Ivett at 30 Lyndewode Road, the address which is given for him at the time of his death seventeen years later. Both were then university college cooks. The couple had two children, one of whom died young, the other being Elsie Margaret Grant.

Ivett died on 6 February 1900 in Cambridge, aged 32  and was buried on 9 February in the parish area of St Paul in Mill Road Cemetery, row I, grave A4.

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Margaret Papworth (née Camps) (1866‒1958)

Margaret Camps was born in 1866 in Cambridge, daughter of George Newling Camps and Emma Halls.

She married Ivett Grant at St Paul’s Church, Cambridge on 9 September 1893. The couple had two children, one of whom died young, the other being Elsie Margaret Grant.

Ivett died on 6 February 1900, at the age of 32 and Margaret married Frederick Harry Papworth, fish merchant, on 3 September 1912, also at St Paul’s Church.  Frederick is quoted on the marriage register as living at 69 Lensfield Road, and Margaret at 28 Lyndewode Road (where she had been living at the time of her first marriage).  By 1939, Frederick (now ‛fishmonger & poulterer, retired’), Margaret and Elsie Margaret, were living together at 28 Lyndewode Road.  Frederick died on 31 October 1948, and Margaret survived him by ten years, dying on 24 November 1958 at the age of 92.

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Elsie Margaret Grant (1895‒1983)

Elsie Margaret Grant was born in 1895 in Cambridge, daughter of Ivett Grant and his wife Margaret.  Elsie died on 27 August 1983 in Cambridge, aged 87.

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Sources:
England census returns 1871‒1911, schedule 1939
GRO index
National Burial Index
Probate online index
Cambridge Family History Society Transcriptions on FMP
St Paul’s Church, Cambridge, marriage register, 1845‒1950
St Paul’s Church, Cambridge, burial register, 1848‒1950
Cambridge Daily News

By Dorri Roughley

Elsie Margaret Grant; Ivett Grant; Margaret Papworth