CFHS code : CL44 & CL156 CFHS recorded this family as having 2 separate monuments but as we only found 1 monument in 2018 we have included all the information on both pages.

Parish : St Clement

Inscription : In Loving Memory of WALTER JACKSON d Jan 22nd 1945 aged 74

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones (broken)

Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Jackson kerb stones December 2018


A double plot surrounded by kerb stones some of which have fallen. Situated in the centre of the parish roughly eight rows from the east path, in the parish of St Clement.


It was not possible to uncover all the inscriptions on this monument so the burial register was used to complete this post. It has been reasonably assumed that 5 members of 1 family are buried here.

In Loving Memory of WALTER JACKSON d Jan 22nd 1945 aged 74

west kerb

In loving memory of Harriet Wallman died 1909 aged 63

Relationships. – Parents, son, daughter & son in law

William Walman (1870 – 1889)

William was the son of Edward and Harriet Wallman. He was born in Swavesey.
He  was living in Hobart Road when he died at the age of 19. His parents may  have been living in the Parish of St Clement’s in 1889 which is probably why they are all buried in this section of Mill Road Cemetery.

Harriet Wallman née Radford (1845  – 1909)

Harriet was born in Oakington. She was the daughter of  William & Ann Radford. William was a butcher. The family lived on Stocks Green (1861)
She married Edward Wallman at St Andrew’s church Swavesey on October 8th 1867   and they moved to 1 High St (1871), where they had 2 children Margaret (1868) and William (1870). By 1881 the family had moved to Cambridge and were living in Rutt’s Yard off Thompson’s Lane. They moved to 9 Great Eastern St sometime before  the 1901 census.
Harriet died at 9 Great Eastern St aged 63

Edward Wallman (1841 -1921)

Edward was born in Swavesey. He was the son of Jonas & Margaret. Jonas was from a farming family and became a butcher. In both the 1851 and 1861 census he was with his grandfather living in Wallman’s Lane. Edward became a journeyman carpenter which meant he was self employed and may have travelled to find work
Edward died at 9 Great Eastern Street aged 79

Margaret Ann Jackson (née Wallman) (1868 – 1923)

Margaret was born in Swavesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the eldest child of Edward and Harriet Wallman. In 1891, aged, 23,  she was working as a housemaid for the Stace family in Petty Cury.  It is not known where she met Walter but they married in Islington in 1899.

Walter Jackson (1870 – 1945)

Walter was born in Buckland Hertfordshire to Joseph & Mary Jackson. In the 1871 census he was living with his parents and 4 siblings in Therfield where his father worked in agriculture. At some point he moved to Islington where he married Margaret Ann Wallman.  In 1901 he and Margaret were living in Islington where Walter worked as a carman for the railway. By 1911 he was following the same occupation but was now working for Islington  borough council and they had two children,  Daisy and Edward.  It is not known when the family came to Cambridge but when Ann died they were living at 15 Great Eastern Street. Walter was living at 79 Burnside when he died.

by Mary Naylor

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Margaret Ann Jackson; Walter Jackson; Edward Wallman; Harriet Wallman; William Wallman