CFHS code : AS150

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : In Loving Memory of CHARLES SCOTT 20th February 1929 aged 75 also AGNES SCOTT d Jan 21 1944 aged 89

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.203456, 0.13682412 – click here for location

The kerbstones appear sound and the inscriptions are intact. Photo November 2016.
Scott kerb stones November 2016

Monument

These kerb stones, in the parish area of All Saints, are located on the west of the west path as it bends to the east. They appear sound and the inscriptions are intact.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of CHARLES SCOTT who passed away 20th February 1929 aged 75 years.

Also AGNES SCOTT who passed away Jan 21 1944 aged 89 years.

Charles Scott (1853 – 20 February 1929)

Charles was the son of John Edward and Mary Ann (née Masters) and grew up at 37 Burleigh Street. His father was a cabinet maker, his mother a tailoress, and aged 17 Charles was working as a tailor’s apprentice.  He married  Agnes Burrell on 26 December 1878 at Christ Church and they lived at 7 Jesus Terrace, where Charles worked as a tailor.  They had three children: Ethel Mary (1879-1925), Harriet Florence (1882-1958) and Charles Christopher (1889-1978).  Charles died at Jesus Terrace in 1929.

Agnes Scott (née Burrell) (18 January 1855 – 21 January 1944)

Agnes was the youngest daughter of George and Mar (née Brock) Burrell and grew up on Newmarket Road where her father ran a pub. She married aged 23 years old and after being widowed continued to live at 7 Jesus Lane.  She died at home a few days after her 89th birthday.

Sources:

Ancestry

Newspaper archives

by Claire Martinsen

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Agnes Scott; Charles Scott
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