CFHS code : AS153

Parish : All Saints

Inscription : Sacred to the Memory of LOUISA dearly loved wife of CUTHBERT WILLIAMS d July 3 1929

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.203448, 0.1367652 – click here for location

This grave is to the west of the west path. Photo October 2016
Williams kerb stones 2016


These kerb stones, in the parish area of All Saints, are located to the west of the west path.


Sacred to the Memory of LOUISA dearly loved wife of CUTHBERT WILLIAMS died July 3 1929

Louisa Williams (née Clarabut) (1861 – 3 July  1929)

Louisa was born in Brompton, Kent and was baptised there on 24 November 1862. She was the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (née Saltmarsh) and sister of Charles.

Samuel Clarabut was a linen draper and  by 1881  had re-located his  business to Wellingborough in Northamptonshire.  Louisa was living at home with her parents and six siblings in that year.  She married her brother’s business partner Cuthbert Williams (1865-1945) on 12 November 1891 at  All Saints’ with All Hallows Church in  Wellingborough.

Louisa and Cuthbert  had three children: Evelyn Mary (1892-1980), Basil Cuthbert (1896-1963) and Gwenneth Margaret (1900-2001).  He ran a wine spirit business which continued under the name of Clarabut and Williams even after the death of Louisa’s brother Charles in 1897.  Cuthbert later acted as an insurance  agent for Norwich Union (1906) and they lived at Lindisfarne, Gresham Road (1901) and then 19 Lyndewode Road (1911).

Louisa died in 1929, and Cuthbert married Frances Margaret Stevens (1894-1985) in 1934.  In 1939 he was living at 25 Tenison Avenue with Frances and documented as being a publisher.



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Louisa Williams