CFHS code : AS343
Parish : All Saints
Inscription : In Loving Remembrance of ELIZABETH WALKER Feb 14 1873 age 80 also MARION EMILY infant daughter of THOMAS EDWARD & EMILY JACOBS great grand child of the above d Feb 16 1873 age 9 weeks
Monument : Headstone (fallen)
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
This fallen headstone in the parish area of All Saints. It is barely visible and badly eroded. Only part of the inscription is legible. It is close to the north path and 11 rows from the west wall.
In Loving Remembrance of ELIZABETH WALKER Feb 14 1873 age 80
Also MARION EMILY infant daughter of THOMAS EDWARD & EMILY JACOBS great grand child of the above d Feb 16 1873 age 9 weeks
Elizabeth Walker (1793- 14 February 1873)
Elizabeth was born in Great Gransden, a village eleven miles west of Cambridge. Little is known of her early life, but it is believed she married Thomas Walker and they had at least one daughter: Mary Ann (1818-1890). By 1851 she was widowed and helping her sister Mary Baxter (also a widow) run an inn on Jesus Lane. In 1871 she was living with her granddaughter Emily Mary Jacob (née Tweed) (1844-1883) and her family at 5 Park Street.
Emily was the daughter of Mary Ann Walker and her husband Edward Johnson Tweed (1809-1879) and she had married Thomas Edward Jacobs (1841-1914) in 1869. Thomas was the son of Aaron and Mary Jacobs and worked as a college cook’s clerk.
Elizabeth died at Park Street aged 80 years old.
Marion Emily Jacobs (1872 – 16 February 1873)
Marion was the second of the six children born to Thomas and Emily Jacobs. She was baptised at All Saint’s Church on 14 February 1873 – the same day her great grandmother died. She died two days later, aged 9 weeks old.
They were buried here on February 19th 1873
by Claire Martinsen
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