CFHS code : MG194

Parish : St Mary the Great

Inscription : In Loving Memory of GEORGE THOMAS WARWICK d 31 Jan 1934 aged 66

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202065,  0.13811843 – click here for location

Warwick grave
Warwick kerb stones

Monument

Inscription

George Thomas Warwick (1867 – 31 January  1934)

George was born in London and baptised at St. Dunstan and All Saints’ Church on 14 July 1867. He was the son of Edward and Ellen Warwick and worked as a watchmaker/jeweller.  In 1891 he was lodging in Stoke-on-Trent before marrying Agnes Eliza Sirman (1876 – 1953) in Bradfield, near Reading in 1902.  The couple lived at 2 Wote Street in Basingstoke (1911)  and had at least five children: Doreen Agnes (1906-), Vera Winifred (1908-1984), Constance Ellen (1910-1972), Donovan Gordon (1911-1996) and Grace Joan (1913-1996).  They moved to Havant (1913), Newbury (1920) and then 11 Mackenzie Road, Cambridge (1925-1928). By 1930 they were living at 60 Glisson Road, where George died aged 66 years old.

Agnes Warwick stayed living at Glisson Road until 1938, and then ran a Lodging house from 13 Collier Road (1939).  She seems to have moved to  be with her daughter Constance Mills as she died in Kent in 1953 and is buried with Constance.

Sources:

Ancestry

Parish burial records

by Claire Martinsen 

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George Thomas Warwick