CFHS code : HT268
Parish : Holy Trinity
Inscription : ALFRED DIXON BRYAN d February [23 1864] aged  years CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH sister of the above d February   aged 5 also AMELIA d [1 March] 1864 aged 1 year & 8 months also HERBERT d October — 1869 aged  year &  months also EMMA [ 2 November 1870 ] years &  months
Monument : Headstone
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
This grave contains five of the eight children of Alfred and Martha Bryan. Alfred (1824-1876) was born in Leiestershire but moved to Cambridge to work for grocer William Bond. He married Martha (1828-1908) and they lived at 57 Sidney Street. In 1866 he went into partnership with William Bond and the grocery business was known as Bond and Bryan. Alfred Bryan died in Penzance in June 1876 aged 52 years old. His widow Martha moved to live at 30 Bateman Street is buried at City of Cambridge Cemetery with her son Ernest Edward Bryan (1866-1904).
Alfred Dixon Bryan (1861- 23 February 1864)
Alfred died at 57 Sidney Street aged 3 years old. He was buried at Mill Road Cemetery on 25 February.
Charlotte Elizabeth Bryan (1858 – 27 February 1864)
Charlotte died at Sidney Street aged 5 years old and was buried at Mill Road Cemetery in a double funeral with her sister Amelia on 3 March 1863
Amelia Bryan (1862 – 1 March 1864)
Amelia died aged 20 months old.
Herbert Bryan (1868 – October 1869)
Herbert died aged 15 months old and was buried on 12 October 1869.
Emma Bryan (c. February 1857 – 2 November 1870)
Emma died aged 13 and was buried on 4 November 1870.
Parish burial records transcribed by CFHS
by Claire Martinsen
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