CFHS code : AG27
Parish : St Andrew the Great
Inscription : In Memory of ELIZABETH MULCASTER wife of WF WILSON b 13 Feb 1832 d 3 Sept 1871 also of WILLIAM FREDERICK WILSON b 12 Nov 1833 d 29 July 1913 FREDERICK WALLACE son of the above. west face In loving memory of Margaret Wallace [daughter] of William & Elizabeth Wilson died July 1943 Aged 80 years Also of Mary Jane Wilson Who died Oct 4 1943 aged 92 years
Monument : Headstone
Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Lat Lon : 52.202767, 0.13711304 – click here for location
This headstone is located three rows south west of the centre circle.
very faded, the numbers are in roman script
In Memory of ELIZABETH MULCASTER wife of W.F. WILSON born 13 Feb 1832 died 3 Sept 1871
Also of WILLIAM FREDERICK WILSON born 12 Nov 1833 died 29 July 1913
“Until the Day Dawn”
FREDERICK WALLACE son of the above
In loving memory of
William & Elizabeth Wilson died July 1943 Aged 80 years
Mary Jane Wilson Who died Oct 4 1943 aged 92 years
Relationships: Mother, father and three adult children.
Elizabeth Mulcaster Wilson (née Dalston) (1832-1871)
Elizabeth was born in Carlisle, Cumbria, which is where she married William in 1853 and where they had their first child Mary Jane. The family then moved to Wales where Margaret and Frederick were born. By 1871 the family had moved to 40 New Square.
William Frederick Wilson (1833-1913)
William was born in Shap, Westmorland. He became a tax inspector and the family moved several times. After Elizabeth’s death he retired with his two unmarried daughters to the south coast..
Frederick Wallace Wilson (1867 – 1933)
In 1901 Frederick was in London with his wife. He was listed as a registered Medical Practitioner. He died at 2 Lee Road, Blackheath London.
Margaret Wallace Wilson (c 1864 -1943)
Mary Jane Wilson (c 1853 – 1943)
There is some discrepancy between Mary’s given age in census returns and her given age at death.
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CFHS transcripts of parish, census and grave records
by Mary Naylor