CFHS code : AL471
Parish : St Andrew the Less
Inscription : In Memory of ELIZABETH WARLAND d April 16 1877 aged 80 THOMAS WARLAND husband of the above d May 12 1845 aged 52 also of HARRIET widow of the late H WARLAND d Sep 12  aged 65
Monument : Headstone
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Elizabeth Warland (née Duveall) (15 January 1797 – 16 April 1877)
Elizabeth was born in Great Hormead in Hertfordshire – a small village two miles east of Buntingford. She married Thomas Warland on 19 January 1819 at St George’s Church, Hanover Square, London. Thomas was a cabinet maker, and the couple had at least five children: Sarah (1819-1898), Henry (1821-1901), Elizabeth Ellen (1828-1866), Thomas George (1829-1864) and Louisa (1833-1915).
She was widowed in 1845, and in 1851 was running a bakery and grocery store at 5 Bradmore Street. By 1861 she was living at 19 Church Street with her son Henry, daughter in law Susanna and their children. Henry Warland was working as a cabinet maker like his father. She was still at Church Street in 1871, but died at 43 Bradmore Street aged 80 years old.
Thomas Warland (c.1796 – 12 May 1845)
Thomas was born in Bletchingdon in Oxfordshire, and was the son of Thomas and Ann (née Clark) Warland. He was baptised on 17 July 1796 and died aged 49 years old.
Harriet Warland (née Goode) (3 June 1838 – 12 September 1903)
Harriet was the third wife of Henry Warland (1821 – 1901) and daughter of William Goode and his first wife Eliza. Her father was a master bricklayer and she grew up at Adam and Eve Row (1841/1851) and then at John Street (1861/1871). Harriet worked as a straw bonnet maker, but in 1881 was living in Repton Derbyshire and her occupation was noted as a scripture reader.
She married widower Henry Warland at Christ Church, Cambridge on 7 July 1885. Henry was a cabinet maker, and already been twice widowed – Susanna Warland (née Baldrey) (1820-1868) and Emily Jane Warland (1822-1884). Harriet and Henry lived at Victoria Cottage on Church Street. Henry Warland died at home on New Years Eve 1901, and Harriet died in Chesterton aged 65 years old.
by Claire Martinsen
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