CFHS code : AS37

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK CHARLES HUTT d March 6 1919 age 72 also FREDERICK JOHN HUTT d April 30 1919 age 44

Monument : Kerb stones/Ground slab

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey



Relationship: Father and Son

Frederick Charles Hutt (1847 – 10 May 1919)

Frederick was the son of Edward Buck and Susan Hutt and  was baptised at St Paul’s Cambridge on 2nd January 1848. His father died when he was only 3 years old and thereafter he grew up on Park Street and 40 Jesus Lane, as  his mother worked in the colleges.  In 1871 aged 24 years old he was living in Lewisham with his aunt and uncle and working as a Drapers Assistant.

He married Eliza Emmerson (1847 – 1921) on 21 September 1872 at All Saints Church, Kingston-on-Thames.  By 1874 the family had returned to live in Cambridge.  Eliza and Frederick had at least 3 children Frederick John Free (1874-1919), Emily Pattie (1877-1963) and Mabel Fanny (1880-1973).

In 1881 they were living at 99 Castle Street where Frederick was an auctioneer and estate agent.  10 years later in 1891 he was living in his childhood home at 40 Jesus Lane and working as a political agent. He died whilst living at 46 Jesus Lane, leaving effects valued at £68 6s.

[NB the dates on the headstone do not tally with probate/death records]

Frederick John Free Hutt (1874 – 30 April 1919)

Frederick was the eldest son of  Frederick and Eliza Hutt. Aged 17 in 1891 he was living at 40 Jesus Lane and working as a Hosier’s apprentice. In 1910 he was living on Cherry Hinton Road, but the following year was  working in Folkestone also as a hosier’s assistant.

He died in a railway accident in Hernal, India whilst a private in the East Kents Batallion.



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