CFHS code : BO17

Parish : St Botolph

Inscription : In Loving Memory of HAROLD GEORGE WILLIAM STANBRIDGE b Feb 1[5] 190[2] d March [5] 190- [aged] — HENRY HATTON two lines indecipherable also of EMMA his wife d Oct 1 1923 aged 77

Monument : Stone cross

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202953, 0.13778052 – click here for location

Stanbridge and Hatton grave
Stanbridge and Hatton monument

Monument

This stone cross on triple plinth, probably made in the Stanbridge’s own stonemasonry yard, in the parish area of St Botolph, is located north east of the centre circle, east of the north-bound central path, four rows eastwards.

Inscription

[west face:]

‘In loving memory of Harold George William Stanbridge
born Feb 1[5] 1902 died March [5] 1902 [aged 19 days] ‘

[south face:]

‘Henry Hatton
[two lines indecipherable]’

‘Also of Emma his wife
who fell asleep Oct 1 1923 aged 77′

[east and north faces blank]

Harold George William Stanbridge (1902-1902)

Harold lived at 18 Derby Street, Newnham, Cambridge. The son of Thomas Charles Stanbridge, the sexton of St Botolph’s Church, and Sarah Ann Stanbridge, Harold was privately baptised and survived only 19 days.

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Henry Hatton

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Emma Hatton (c.1846-1923)

Emma was the wife of Henry Hatton. At the time of her death aged 77, presumably impoverished, she was living in the Cambridge Union Workhouse, 81A Mill Road, Cambridge.

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Source:
St Botolph: burial register

by Ian Bent

Emma Hatton; Henry Hatton; Harold George William Stanbridge