CFHS code : CL14
Parish : St Clement
Inscription : side 1 In Loving Memory RENEE ROLFE d July 22nd 1935 aged 24 always together side 2 united with our darling sister side 3 of our dearest Mum FLORENCE ROLFE d May 19th 1946 flower holder to FLORENCE from her friend
Monument : Kerb stones/Flowerholders
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Lat Lon : 52.202516, 0.13756931 – click here for location
These kerb stones, in the parish area of St Clement, are located roughly five rows from the central path.
In Loving Memory RENEE ROLFE died July 22nd 1935 aged 24
“Always together, united with our darling sister”
of our dearest Mum FLORENCE ROLFE who fell asleep May 19th 1946
to FLORENCE from her friend
Irene Gladys Rolfe (January 1911 – 22 July 1935)
Irene was the daughter of James and Florence Rolfe – she appears to have been known as Renee through her life. She was 2 months old in 1911 and living with her parents and brother Leonard James Rolfe. Her father worked as a plasterer. She died in London aged 24 years old.
Florence Alice Rolfe (née Hames) (c.1888 – 19 May 1946)
Florence was the daughter of William and Sophia Hames. She grew up at 12 New Street, and her father worked as a chimney sweep. She married James Rolfe in early 1907. They had at least two children together, and it is thought maybe two more. In 1939 James and Florence were living separately. He was living at 6 Blossom Street with a housekeeper called May Brown. The same year Florence was living at 58 Staffordshire Street with Robert Hulyer, a rag and bone merchant. In 1911 Robert had been a lodger with Florence’s mother Sophia. Florence died aged around 58 years old at 58 Staffordshire Street.
James Rolfe married May Brown a few weeks after his wife’s death.
by Claire Martinsen
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