CFHS code : HT246

Parish : Holy Trinity

Inscription : In Loving Memory of FREDERICK ISAAC KEMPTON d July 7th 1918 aged 68 ANN MARIA KEMPTON d July 21st 1927 aged 74

Monument : Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey



Frederick Isaac Kempton (1850 –  7 July 1918)

Frederick was the son of John Blyth Kempton and his wife Catherine Susan Ellen.  He grew up at St. Edward’s Passage where his father was a  tailor. He married Ann Jaggard  in 1869 and in 1871 the couple were living at 2 Smith’s Court. He worked  as a painter/decorator/guilder and they had eleven children: Frederick Squires (1869-), Benjamin Robert (1871-1934), Katherine Susan Ellen (Kitty) (1874-1936), Squires Ernest Wallis (1876-1943), Alice Maria (1878-1945), Ethel Maud (1879-), Beatrice Emily Mary (Beattie) (1882-1958), Alfred Blythe (1884-1974), Lucy Gertrude (1887-1935), Annie Maria (1888-1892) and Robert Henry (1891-1941). They moved to live at  Victoria Road (1891) and 2 Willow Walk (at least 1901 onwards). In 1911 Frederick was recorded as being a painter and decorator and Ann as a college bedmaker. Frederick died at home ‘after a long and painful illness’.

Ann Maria Kempton (née Jaggard) (1853 – 21 July 1927)

Ann was the daughter of Benjamin Squires Jaggard (1825-1866) and Ann (née Papworth) (1830-1909). Benjamin was a police sergeant and she grew up at 31 South Street before marrying  Frederick Kempton when she was 16 years old. Ann also died at Willow Walk and her funeral took place on 25 July 1927.



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Ann Maria Kempton; Frederick Isaac Kempton