CFHS code : AL441

Parish : St Andrew the Less

Inscription : S— JANETTE youngest daughter of FRANCIS and ANN RYDER d Sep 28th 1903 in the 20th year of her age also of JOHN FRANCIS RYDER father of the above d June 20th 1919 aged [64] also of ANN RYDER wife of the above d May 30th 1946 aged 91

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones (clasped hands)

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey



Janette Mabel Ryder (1884 – 28 September 1903)

Janette was the youngest daughter of John and Ann and died at 27 Prospect Row aged 19 years old. The announcement of her death in local newspapers read ‘Mr and Mrs Ryder and family desire to tender their best thanks to their many sympathisers in their irreparable loss’.

John Francis Ryder (1854 –  20 June 1919)

John was the son of John and Rebecca and grew up at 14 Prospect Row. His father worked as a coachman and gardener and aged 16 (1871) John was working as an apprentice carpenter.  He married Ann Inglette in 1878 and the couple had three children: Lillie Ann (1879-1970), John Francis (1880-1946) and Janette Mabel. They lived at 27 Prospect Row and John worked as a carpenter/joiner.  He died at home in 1919.

Ann Ryder  (née Inglette) (15 March 1855 –  1946)

Ann was born in Fen Drayton and baptised there on 15 April 1855. She was the daughter of agricultural labourer Edward and his wife Elizabeth.  Her father died when she was a young girl and in 1861 she was living with her mother and sister Sarah in Fen Drayton where Elizabeth was described as a pauper.  Aged 16 she was a domestic servant to John and Theodora Palmer at 2 Petty Cury before marrying John Ryder when she was 23 years old.

After she was widowed she continued to live at 27 Prospect Row with her widowed daughter Lillie (1939).  She was still living at the house in 1946, but died at the Mill Road Infirmary.



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by Claire Martinsen

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Ann Ryder; Janette Ryder; John Francis Ryder