CFHS code : BO1

Parish : St Botolph

Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of JANE the wife of THOMAS SMITH d Nov 26th 1849 aged 49 also of THOMAS SMITH (husband of JANE SMITH) many years butler of Pembroke College d 6th July 1884 aged 76 a faithful servant and a true friend

Monument : Coped stone

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202983, 0.13762097 – click here for location

Smith grave
Smith monument

Monument

This coped stone in polished red marble, in the parish area of St Botolph, is located at the east side of the central path, just north of the centre circle.

Inscription

[south face:]

‘Sacred to the memory of Jane the wife of Thomas Smith
who died Nov 26th 1849 aged 49 years’

[north face:]

‘Also of Thomas Smith (husband of Jane Smith)
many years Butler of Pembroke College
died 6th July 1884 aged 76 years’
“A faithful servant and a true friend”

Jane Smith (c.1800-49)

At the time of her death aged 49, Jane was described as ‘of Pembroke College Buttery’.

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Thomas Smith (c.1808-84)

At the time of his death aged 46, Thomas was living at Downing Terrace, Cambridge.

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Source:
St Botolph: burial register

Jane Smith; Thomas Smith