CFHS code : HT168
Parish : Holy Trinity
Inscription : kerbs In Loving Memory of my dear husband FREDERICK ALFRED KINSEY d April 30 1922 aged 56 also his loving daughter DOROTHY d May 4 1922 aged 24 slab also our beloved mother LUCY DOROTHY KINSEY d January 20 1946 aged 80
Monument : Kerb stones/Ground slab
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Frederick Alfred Kinsey (1866 – 30 April 1922)
Frederick was born in Stapleford and was the youngest child of Thomas and Rebecca (née Jordan). Thomas Kinsey (1822-1867) was a gardener who died when Frederick was a young child. Aged 16 he was living with his widowed mother in Great Shelford and working as a labourer in the local flour mill. Frederick married Lucy Williams in Cambridge in 1893 and they had six children: Dorothy (1897-1922), Hilda Mary (1899-1990), Stanley Frederick (1900-1974), Claud Alfred (1902-1976), Queenie Irene (1902-2002) and Leonard Cyril (1905-1977). In 1901 the family were living at 75 Cavendish Road and Frederick was working as a miller. By 1911 he was working as a fitter at the cement works, but still living at Cavendish Road. He died at 95 Cavendish Road and his funeral took place on 4 May 1922.
Dorothy Kinsey (1897- 4 May 1922)
Dorothy was the eldest child of Frederick and Lucy. She died at the Fulbourn Asylum on the day of her father’s funeral and was buried on 6 May.
Lucy Dorothy Kinsey (née Williams) (16 October 1865 – 20 January 1946)
Lucy was born in Lowestoft, Suffolk and baptised there on 5 November 1865. She was the daughter of Jonas and Ann (née Miller) and grew up in Swavesey, where her father worked as a sawyer. Lucy worked as a servant before marrying Frederick Kinsey. In 1939 Lucy was living with daughter Queenie at 95 Cavendish Road and she died at home aged 80 years old.
Parish burial records transcribed by CFHS
by Claire Martinsen
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