CFHS code : PL256a

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : very eroded ———- ELLEN MAY ——–also ——— ESTHER EVERSLEY ——— the beloved wife of JOHN EVERSLEY, EVALINE ROSE

Monument : small pillar

Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

This small pillar hidden under a tree stands next to another family monument. Photo December 2016
Ringe pillar December 2016


This small pillar, hidden under a tree, stands next to another family monument, in the parish area of St Paul. The inscription is badly eroded.



also ——— ESTHER EVERSLEY ——— the beloved wife of JOHN EVERSLEY

south face

Evaline Rose

Ringe Family

This headstone commemorates the children of John Thomas Ringe and his wife Esther [nee Hamance]. John Ringe was born in Great Tey in Essex, and married Esther at St George, Hannover Square in 1867 when he was 27 years old,  John was a railway inspector and the family  lived at 57 Jesus Lane [1871] and later at 33 Jesus Lane [1881].

They had at least seven children – many of whom died young and who are buried within this plot.

  • Eleanor Mary [1868-1868]
  • Ellen May [1868-]
  • Esther Eversley [1869-1869]
  • Harry William [1870-1888]
  • Lilian Maud [1872-1941]
  • Evaline Rose [1873-1873]
  • Florence Louise [1876-1876]

Esther Ringe died in 1883 aged 46 years old.

After her death John Ringe married again to Ann Fletcher Daily on 20th August 1886 at Holy Trinity Church in Chelsea London.  He died however less than 3 years later on 23rd July 1889 aged 46 years old.

Claire Martinsen

Source: Ancestry

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Eleanor Mary Ringe; Esther Eversley Ringe; Evaline Rose Ringe; Florence Louise Ringe