CFHS code : BE65

Parish : St Bene’t

Inscription : In Ever Loving Memory of ELIAS STONEBRIDGE d June 18 1928 aged 62 also CONSTANCE MURIEL STONEBRIDGE daughter of the above October 26th 1907 aged 5 months also MARY the beloved wife of E STONEBRIDGE d Nov 22 1936 aged 66

Monument : Stone cross (broken)/Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

The monument in December 2020.

Monument

located 2 rows east of the west path on the northern border of the parish.

Inscription

In Ever Loving Memory of ELIAS STONEBRIDGE passed away June 18 1928 aged 62 years

Also CONSTANCE MURIEL STONEBRIDGE daughter of the above October 26th 1907 aged 5 months

Also MARY the beloved wife of E STONEBRIDGE d Nov 22 1936 aged 66

Elias Stonebridge (c.1865 – 18 June 1928)

Elias was born in Cambridge and married Mary Halls in 1892 when he was 27 years old.  Mary and Elias had three children: Blanche Dorothy Mary [1893-1977], Richard Elias [1899-1991] and Constance Muriel [1907-1907].

The family lived at 242 Newmarket Road and Elias worked as a brewery spirit cellar foreman [sic] [1901]. In 1911 the family were living  at 9 Church Street and still working as a brewery cellarman.  He died aged 63 in 1928, and was living at 9 Christchurch Street at the time.

Mary Stonebridge [nee Halls] (c.1870 – 22 November 1936)

Mary was born in Cambridge and married when she was 22 years old. She was widowed aged 58 years old.  She died at 9 Christchurch Street in November 1936.  She left an estate valued at £878, 10s and 7d.

Constance Muriel Stonebridge (1907 – 26 October 1907)

Constance was the youngest daughter of  Elias and Mary Stonebridge.  She died aged 5 months.

Claire Martinsen

Source: Ancestry

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Constance Muriel Stonebridge; Elias Stonebridge; Mary Stonebridge