CFHS code : BE103

Parish : St Benedict

Inscription : In Loving Memory of LOUISA ROSE MALTBY beloved daughter of SAMUEL MALTBY d July 6 1909 age 23 also Pte FH MALTBY Cambs Regt attached to 5th Yorks killed in action in France July 19 1917 age 21 also SARAH ANNIE MALTBY mother of the above d Feb 1 1924 age 62 footstone LRM 1909 SAM 1924

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones/Footstone/Flowerholder

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202593 0.13631389 – click here for location

Maltby grave
Maltby monument

Monument

Headstone with kerb stones, footstone and flowerholder, in the parish area of St Bene’t , on the east side of the western path.

Inscription

‘In loving memory of Louisa Rose Maltby
the beloved daughter of Samuel Maltby
who passed away July 6 1909 aged 23 years.’
[epitaph illeg]

‘Also Pte F. H. Maltby Cambs Regt attached to 5th Yorks
killed in action in France July 19 1917 aged 21 years.’
[epitap illeg]

‘Also Sarah Annie Maltby mother of the above
who died Feb 1st 1924 aged 62 years.’
“Her end was peace.”

[footstone:] LRM / 1909 / SAM / 1924 /

Louisa Rose Maltby (1886-1909)

Louisa was born in 1886 in Cambridge.  She was the fourth of thirteen children born to Samuel Maltby (1861-1927) and Sarah Annie Maltby (née Darnell) (1861-1924).   In 1901 Louisa was living with her maternal grandparents (Alfred and Hannah Darnell) at 22 Broad Street, Cambridge.  Her grandfather was working as a miller.  Louisa died on 6 July 1909 in Cambridge, aged 23 years.

Frank Herbert Maltby  (1896-1917)WW1 soldier – see also Life Story page

Frank was born in July 1896 in Cambridge.  He was the ninth of thirteen children born to Samuel Maltby (1861-1927) and Sarah Annie Maltby (née Darnell) (1861-1924).  Before the war Frank was employed by the Central Meat Company in Burleigh Street, Cambridge for several years.  Frank probably enlisted as a Private in the 2/1 Cambridgeshires (Territorial Force) in November 1914, which was a training unit initially formed in September 1914 and was part of the 69th Division.

Sarah Annie Maltby (d 1924)

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Sources:
War Graves Photographic Project

www.roll-of-honour.com

Census: 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, and 1911

England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915

England, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007

UK, Soldiers died in the Great War, 1914-1919

UK, Army Registers of Soldiers’ Effects, 1901-1929

Cambridge Independent Press, Friday, 3 August 1917

Cambridge Independent Press, Friday, 17 August 1917

The Western Front Association, Bulletin 88, October/November 2010

By Chris Weekes (great-nephew), Ian Bent and Emma Easterbrook

 

Frank Herbert Maltby; Louisa Rose Maltby; Sarah Annie Maltby