CFHS code : HT598

Parish : Holy Trinity

Inscription : In Loving Memory of dear mother ELLEN KATHRINE MANN d 18 June 1944 aged 77 also ARTHUR her son d 23 Oct 1908 aged 6

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones/Urn

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Mann monument October 2018

Monument

Located in the parish of Holy Trinity, this monument is under a large tree close to the east path.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of our dear mother ELLEN KATHRINE MANN
who fell asleep  June 18th 1944 aged 77 years

Also ARTHUR her son died Oct 23rd 1908 aged 6 years

“Until we meet again”

Ellen Kathrine Mann (1867- 1944)

Ellen, baptised Ellen Catherine, was born 1867  in Fulbourn.  Her parents were Jacob Marsh, a labourer born in Balsham and Rebecca Franklin born in Little Wilbraham.

She had nine children by George Mann,  a stonemason from Denver, Norfolk,  who was born in 1843. As well as being a stonemason George ran The Golden Rose pub in Emmanuel Street.

For many years they lived off Cherry Hinton Road but after George and their son Harry, died in 1904 Ellen moved to Broad Street then 2 Trinity Place. She managed to support her family by working as a char lady (domestic help – usually cleaning other people’s homes). When Ellen died she was living at 60 Beche Road. This was believed to be the home of her daughter.

Ellen with her children.

Arthur Mann (1902 – 1908)

Arthur died when the family were living in Trinity Place. It seems his death was the result of an accident when he was hit in the face by a cricket ball and developed tetanus.

[If you have any further information about this family, please contact us at Friendsofmillroadcemetery@gmail.com]

Sources :

CFHS transcripts of parish and census records
Family Search
Free BMD

by Mary Naylor from information received.

Arthur Mann; Ellen Kathrine Mann