This grave was not located by the Cambridge Family History Society Survey.
Lat Lon : 52.202255, 0.1375568 – click here for location
The Webb kerb stones, in the parish area of St Mary the Great, were found after scrub clearance in 2015.
‘In Loving Memory of my dear husband Henry Harvey Webb
who passed away April 26th 1925 aged 44
Also his wife Elizabeth
who died May 24th 1959 aged 78’
“Peace Perfect Peace”
Henry Harvey Webb (c.September 1880 – 26 April 1925)
Henry was the son of Charles and Catherine (née Harvey) and grew up at the Baron of Beef, 19 Bridge Street where his father was the landlord/publican (1881). By 1901 he was living with his parents at 22 Guildhall Place, by then Charles was working as a labourer and Henry was a groom. He married Elizabeth Poulter on 13 April 1903 and they had two children: May Emily (1904-) and Henry Charles (1907-1974). In 1911 the family were living at 12 Guildhall Place and Henry was a hotel porter, and Elizabeth a college bedmaker.
He enlisted as a soldier in July 1916 and by that time he was working as a ‘hall keepers assistant’. He served as a private with the Royal Army Medical Corp and from his papers it is known he was 5ft 6.5 inches tall. After the war the family continued to live at 12 Guildhall Place and Henry died aged 44 years old.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Webb (née Poulter) (28 February 1881 – 24 May 1959)
Betsey was the youngest daughter of Charles and Emily (née Skinner) and lived at 12 Vicarage Terrace (1891) and 29 Covent Garden (1901). Charles was a general labourer and Betsy worked as a tailoress before her marriage to Henry Webb.
In 1939 Betsy was working as a servant and living on Canning Road in Islington.
by Claire Martinsen
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