CFHS code : AG479

Parish : St Andrew the Great

Inscription : CHARLES EDWARD GRAY 1833 1917 HARRIETTE DEEN wife of CHARLES EDWARD GRAY 1839 1921 AGNES PRYOR GRAY 1866 JOHN PRYOR GRAY 1870 JESSIE MABEL WHITE 1914 Interred at Chiswick

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Gray family kerb stones August 2017

Monument

The kerb stones, in the parish area of St Andrew the Great, are situated north west of the centre circle, seven rows from the central path. The inscription has sustained some damage but is still legible.

The two monuments beyond mark the graves of his brother Henry Samuel Gary and his family Anne and Henry Samuel Gray, Harry, John James and Augusta Hodgson Gray

Inscription

CHARLES EDWARD GRAY 1833 1917

HARRIETTE DEEN wife of CHARLES EDWARD GRAY 1839 1921

AGNES PRYOR GRAY 1866

JOHN PRYOR GRAY 1870

JESSIE MABEL WHITE 1914 Interred at Chiswick

The inscription for Charles

Charles Edward Gray (1833-1917)

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Harriette Deen Gray (née Pryor) (1839-1921)

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Agnes Pryor Gray (1863-1866) 

Agnes was the second child of Charles and Harriet.

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John Pryor Gray (1868-1870) 

John was the fourth child of Charles and Harriet.

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Jessie Mabel White ( 1873-1914)

Jessie was the sixth child of Charles and Harriet Gary. She is not buried here.

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Agnes Pryor Gray; Charles Edward Gray; Harriette Deen Gray; John Pryor Gray; Jessie Mabel White