CFHS code : AS184

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : Grant him Lord eternal rest WILLIAM KEMP Manciple of Trinity College d April 8th 1873 aged 60 also his wife ELEANOR KEMP d June 7th 1877 aged 74

Monument : Headstone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.203352, 0.137653 – click here for location

Kemp headstone 2018

Monument

This fallen and broken headstone, in the parish area of All Saints, is located on the east side of the western path at the junction with the central path.

Inscription

Grant him Lord eternal rest

WILLIAM KEMP

Manciple of Trinity College

departed this life April 8th 1873 aged 60

also his wife ELEANOR KEMP

Who departed this life June 7th 1877 aged 74

William Kemp (d 1873)

William was born in Ickleton, Cambridgeshire. He married Eleanor on August 4th 1838 at St Benedict’s church. They had their first child, Ellen in 1840, when William was working as a college butler. A second daughter Martha was born in 1845. The family lived in Malcolm Street which is where William died.

A manciple was someone who was in charge of ordering foodstuffs.

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Eleanor Kemp (née Reynolds )(d 1877)

Eleanor was born in Ludlow. She died in Milton.

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Eleanor Kemp; William Kemp