The original photo, by Roy Hammans, showing the headstones along the north west wall. Some of these monuments are now fallen or hidden from view.


Monument
In the parish area of St Andrew the Less. This headstone was not found by CFHS during their survey in 1999 -2003 but a photo from the 1980s has recently been found. The Woods’ headstone is on the far right.

Inscription

In Loving Memory of SARAH the beloved wife of Thomas Woods,
who died March 13 1889, aged 64 years.

“Friendless no, not friendless.
For Jesus is my friend;
I change. But He remaineth
True, faithful to the end.

Happy? Yes, so happy,
With joy too deep for words.
A precious, sure foundation.
A joy that is my Lord’s.

Also THOMAS WOODS.husband of the above
who died March 19.. 1904. Aged 78 years

Sarah Woods (c 1825 -1889)

Sarah was living at 17 Brunswick Place when she died.

Thomas Woods (c 1826 – 1904)
Thomas was living at 28 Abbey Road when he died.

[If you have any information about this family, please contact us at Friendsofmillroadcemetery@gmail.com]

Sources:
Cambridgeshire Family History Society Transcripts of Parish & Census records
familysearch

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The Golden Fleece
Creative Camera Archive
http://the-golden-fleece.co.uk/

Edited by Mary Naylor

Sarah Woods; Thomas Woods