CFHS code : AG432
Parish : St Andrew the Great
Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK DENNIS CHARLES NEGUS suddenly called to rest 25th Feb 1941 aged 19 also CHARLES JOHN UTTERIDGE d 2nd Dec 1963 aged 82 and ELLEN ELIZABETH UTTERIDGE d 7th Jan 1964 aged 82
Monument : Kerb stones
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
This kerb set, lies 7 rows east of the west path and 7 monuments north of the east west path, in the north section of the parish of Andrew the Great. It is in reasonably good order and most of the metal letters are still in place.
In Loving Memory of
FREDERICK DENNIS CHARLES NEGUS suddenly called to rest 25th Feb 1941 aged 19 years
Also CHARLES JOHN UTTERIDGE died 2nd Dec 1963 aged 82 years
And ELLEN ELIZABETH UTTERIDGE died 7th Jan 1964 aged 82 years
Relationship: Grandparents and grandson
Charles John Utteridge (17 December 1880 – 2 December 1963)
Charles was born in Cambridge and married Ellen Brown when he was 19 years old. They had at least four children: Ellen Elizabeth (1899-1948), Charles William (1906-1976), Hilda Minnie (1908-1929) and Elizabeth K (1911-1926).
Charles worked as a labourer and the family lived at 75 East Road (1911) and then at 87 Russell Street (1939). He died aged 82 years old.
Ellen Elizabeth Utteridge (née Brown) (14 March 1881 – 7 January 1964)
Ellen was also born in Cambridge and married Charles in early 1899 when she was 18 years old. In 1939 she was working as a charwoman. She died aged 82 years old.
Frederick Dennis Charles Negus (4 August 1921 – 25 February 1941)
Frederick was the son of Frederick and Ellen Negus. Ellen was the eldest daughter of Charles and Ellen Utteridge. In 1939 he was living with his grandparents at 87 Russell Street and working as a caster operator.
His death was classified as a civilian casualty of the war. At the time of his death he was still living at 87 Russell Street and working for the Home Guard. He got injured near Hills Road on 24th February 1941 and died the following day at Addenbrookes Hospital. The family believe that it was in relation to an air raid.
by Claire Martinsen
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