This grave was not located by the CFHS Survey.

Lat Lon : 52.202374, 0.13598194 – click here for location

The Miller monument in July 2016
Miller monument July 2016

Monument      

This tall celtic cross in the parish of St Paul, is located against the west wall.  St Paul row 1, grave 16

Inscription

In loving Memory Of Elizabeth Miller the beloved wife of Frederick William Miller born February 22 1868, died February 17 1915

north face

Also of Frederick William Miller born October 10th 1868 died September 22nd 1948

south face

Also of Doris Edith Miller daughter of Frederick and Elizabeth Miller born August 13 1897, died September 24th 1898

Elizabeth Miller (née Bailey) (1868 – 1915)

Born at Burleigh House, 240 Newmarket Road, Cambridge to Charlotte and Frederick Bailey. In the 1871 census her father was described as a brewer (employing 29 men) and farmer (employing 3 men and 4 boys)

Frederick William Miller (1868 – 1948)

Frederick was the eldest son of James and Laura Miller whose grave is to the right of this monument. He became a wine merchant like his father and lived in Chesterton Road, Cambridge.

Laura (24) and Frederick (23) married 0n June 28th 1892 in the parish of St Andrew the Less. Elizabeth’s father Frederick Bailey was described as a ‘gent’.

Doris Edith Miller (1897 – 1898)

Doris was born at “Oakhurst” Chesterton Road, Cambridge and baptised on September 22nd 1897. She was 13 months old when she died.

 

Doris Edith Miller; Elizabeth Miller; Frederick William Miller;