CFHS code : AS332

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : In Loving Memory of SAMUEL KETTLE b Oct 13 1834 d Oct 12 1899 also of REBECCA wife of the above b Aug 13 1837 d Oct 10 1905 Also of WILLIAM KIRBY PARISH born March 18th 1866 Died Oct 3rd 1911

Monument : Stone cross/Kerb stones

Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Monument

The cross of this monument, in the parish area of All Saints, fell some years ago and its whereabouts is unknown.

Inscription

East face of the monument July 2017

east face

In Loving Memory of SAMUEL KETTLE born October 13th 1834 died Oct 12th 1899

“Thy will be done.”

Also of REBECCA wife of the above born Aug 13 1837 died Oct 10 1905

north face

Also of WILLIAM KIRBY PARISH born March 18th 1866 Died Oct 3rd 1911

North face of the monument

Samuel Kettle (1834-1899)

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Rebecca Kettle (1837-1905)

William Kirby Parish (1866-1911) 

William was the eldest child of Seymour and Anne Parish of 3 Parson’s Court, Cambridge. Seymour was a coachman from Saffron Walden and Anne came from Lydington in Hertfordshire. William married Mary Ellen Barker on December 26th 1888 at St Luke’s church, Chesterton. Mary was the daughter of James Barker. The 1901 census shows William working as a bank clerk and living on Chesterton Road, Cambridge with Mary and their two children, Douglas Kirby (born 31st March 1890) and Marjorie Marion, (born January 1895). His brother Charles was also at the house on the date of the census.

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Rebecca Kettle; Samuel Kettle; William Kirby Parish