CFHS code : PL181
Parish : St Paul
Inscription : In Loving Memory of HARRIET BURWOOD late of Great Yarmouth d Oct 5 1894 in her sixty second year also of MINNIE BURWOOD d Nov 30 1917 aged 46
Monument : Stone cross (broken)/Kerb stones
Above information amended from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Harriet Burwood (née Bye) (1832 – 5 October 1894)
Harriet was born in Westleton, near the Suffolk Coast and was baptised there on 23 October 1831. She worked in Beccles as a domestic servant before marrying Benjamin Burwood (1829-1872) on 1 June 1856 in Great Yarmouth. Benjamin was a lapidary (gem cutter) and the couple had at least six children: Edward (1857-1920), Ellen (1859-1931), William Henry (1861-1871), Esther Harriet (1865-), Minnie (1868-1869) and Annie (known as Minnie) (1871-1917). Benjamin died in June 1872 and was buried in Great Yarmouth. Harriet continued to live in Yarmouth until at least 1891 and was documented as being a lapidary in her own right, assisted by daughter Minnie. She died at 31 Lyndwode Road, the home of daughter Ellen and her husband James Henry Friend, who was a solicitor’s managing clerk.
Annie (Minnie) Burwood (22 February 1871 – 30 November 1917)
Minnie was the youngest child of Benjamin and Harriet and was baptised on 22 March 1871. She worked as a lapidary assistant to her mother and then lived at 31 Lyndwode Road with her sister and brother in law. She died at Lyndwode Road aged 46 years old.
Parish burial records transcribed by CFHS
by Claire Martinsen
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