CFHS code : HS112
Parish : Holy Sepulchre
Inscription : In Loving Memory of SARAH ALICE HULL d Dec 21 1934 age 73 also ANNIE HULL d Sept 24 1914 age 13 also JAMES LUPTON HULL d Aug 19 1941 age 77 also WINIFRED HULL d Sept 14 1964 age 69
Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones
Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey
Lat Lon : 52.202314, 0.138306 – click here for location
This headstone. located 2 rows west of the east path in the north of the parish, is covered by a large amount of ivy. We have only cut away enough to identify it.
In Loving Memory of SARAH ALICE HULL d Dec 21 1934 age 73
Also ANNIE HULL who died Sept 24 1914 age 13
Also JAMES LUPTON HULL d Aug 19 1941 age 77
Also WINIFRED HULL d Sept 14 1964 age 69
Relationships: Mother, father and two daughters
Sarah Alice ( Alice) Hull (née Pope) (c.October 1860 – 21 December 1934)
Alice was born in Gosberton, Lincolnshire – a village nine miles west of Boston. She was the daughter of Hernan and Hannah and her father worked as an agricultural labourer. She married James Hull in Cambridge in 1889 and the couple had six children: Ethel Mary (1890-), Lilian Alice (1892-1982), Winifred (1895-1964), Ivy (1897-1947), Annie (1901-1914) and Reginald (1904-1964).
James was a stonemason and the family lived at 27 Hemingford Road (1891) and then at 39 Ross Street (at least 1930 onwards). Alice died at Ross Street aged 73 years.
Annie Hull (1901 – 24 September 1914)
Annie was the youngest daughter of James and Alice and died aged 13 years old.
James Lupton Hull (3 January 1864 – 19 August 1941)
James was born in Stamford and was baptised at St. George’s Church, Stamford in 1864. He was the son of William and Valentina, and his father died in the local asylum when he was 2 years old. He was raised by his mother at St. Paul’s Street in Stamford and she worked as a ‘plain server’ (1871). Aged 17 James was already working as a mason and married Alice in Cambridge when he was 25 years old. After he was widowed he continued to live at 139 Ross Street with daughters Ivy and Winifred and died there in 1941.
Winifred Hull (12 February 1895 – 14 September 1964)
Winifred was the third daughter of James and Alice and lived at 139 Ross Street for most of her life. In 1939 she was the housekeeper for her father and sister Ivy. She was still at the address in 1964, but died at the Chesterton Hospital.
by Claire Martinsen
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