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St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole, c1905

St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole (c1910)


Burials 1800-1863
Parish Registers
St Andrew's Parish Church


A local history and genealogy page for the Parish of Wimpole.

Notes:

The date given is the date of burial, and not the date of death.
The original spelling of names (as transcribed) has been retained.

(B.T.) indicates the entry as shown in the Bishop's Transcripts 1599-1812 where it differs from the entry in the local church register. For more details, see the original Introduction written by T.P.R. Layng in 1983 on the Parish Registers page.].

(+) after surname indicates an entry in the Wimpole Churchyard Register.
[MI:] Additional details from Monumental Inscription.

Information, notes and comments additional to the Registers are shown within [square brackets]

Over 1000 surnames that appear in the Parish Registers for Wimpole have been Indexed Alphabetically.

(2004) These listings are based on the Church Registers for the Parish of
Wimpole, as transcribed and collated by T P R Layng in March 1983. Originally
typed by C L and A E Hatton. Additional research and indexing for this website
by Steve Odell.


(2017) I have also compared the Layng website transcript below with the commercially available Cambridgeshire Family History Society version. Any
significant differences have been so identified.


Continued from Burials 1700-1799

4 January 1800 CHALLAND Susanna, from Royston
25 May 1800 HEALY Anne, widow
8 June 1800 MUNSEY James, labourer
24 July 1800 WALKER Elizabeth, from Arrington
27 August 1800 GOATS Morris, labourer
1 September 1800 COOPER William, son of James and Elizabeth
14 September 1800 LONG Robert, son of George and Jane
27 November 1800 THEOBALD Samuel, son of [blank] from Great Gransden
16 December 1800 SMITH Elizabeth, from Royston
25 December 1800 MATTHEWS James, son of Thomas and Anne
30 January 1801 BROWN William
23 March 1801 HEWITT Sarah, wife of Thomas
28 March 1801 YORKE Joseph John, [youngest] son of Philip and Elizabeth, Earl and Countess of Hardwicke.
15 May 1801 BURNISTON William, killed by falling off his horse.
2 July 1801 MUNNS Thomas, farmer
14 September 1801 YORKE The Hon John 1728-1801
23 September 1801 BURKITT Mary, widow
19 November 1801 EVANS Sarah, spinster
22 March 1802 MUNNS William
27 April 1802 PETT Stephen, son of William and Mary (B.T. Sarah)
2 May 1802 GOATS John
3 June 1802 PRATT Mary Anne, daughter of John and Sarah
6 July 1802 CHALLAND William, son of John from Whaddon
14 July 1802 SMITH Rebecca, daughter of William and Elizabeth
10 October 1802 HARVEY Mary, daughter of Joshua and Susanna
17 November 1802 ARBER Lydia, daughter of Philip and Anne
18 February 1803 RATFORD (+) Anne, widow [MI: Ann, who died 1 February 1803, aged 73/75 years, wife of John Radford]
15 April 1803 ELSOME Robert
22 December 1803 CHALLAND Anne, wife of John from Whaddon
25 March 1804 INGREY Jane, daughter of James and Mary
7 August 1804 SKINNER William
22 September 1804 MORRIS Sarah, wife of William from Litlington
16 February 1805 SQUIRES William
21 April 1805 ROGERS Sarah, wife of John
20 October 1805 GADD Sarah, daughter of William and Kezia
23 December 1805 WHITBY Sarah, spinster
22 January 1806 WHITBY Anne, widow
23 March 1806 WILMOT John, son of William and Elizabeth
11 April 1806 WILMOT Thomas, labourer
11 May 1806 STANFORD Thomas, labourer
25 December 1806 EASY Mary, widow
28 December 1806 WESTON Thomas
28 December 1806 ABBOTT Abraham
23 February 1807 BROOKES Thomas, labourer
13 April 1807 WILMOT Mary, widow
9 June 1807 (LITTLETON ?) A stranger who was found drowned; supposed to be insane and to have been discharged from St Luke's Hospital. He had called himself John Littleton.
11 June 1807 HITCHCOCK Richard, glazier
10 August 1807 DELLOW Lydia, daughter of William and Mary
27 August 1807 CLARKE Sarah, daughter of William and Mary
20 September 1807 WILMOT Sarah, daughter of Mary
15 November 1807 PELL Catherine, wife of William
15 November 1807 KEFFORD Anne, widow
3 February 1808 WALTON Thomas Allinson, son of Dennis and Sarah
26 March 1808 FLETCHER Edward, from Royston
19 May 1808 COOPER Mary, widow
27 July 1808 JOHNSON Janet, daughter of Thomas and Anne
27 July 1808 INGRAY Sarah, daughter of James and Mary
25 August 1808 GRAY (+) Andrew, gardener to the Earl of Hardwicke. [MI: who departed this life, the 22nd day of August 1808, aged 60 years]
26 October 1808 DALL Janet, daughter of James and Anne
5 November 1808 DUBOIS Sarah, widow
16 February 1809 WING Adam, labourer
22 March 1809 SKINNER William, labourer
10 September 1809 NYE Henry, footman to Lady Hardwicke
27 September 1809 WHETSTONE James, son of John and Elizabeth
26 October 1809 COOPER Elizabeth, wife of James, sawyer
5 December 1809 SLACK (+) Daniel from Cambridge formerly groom to Lord Chancellor Hardwicke. [MI: died at Cambridge, the 30th day of November 1809, in the 89th year of his age]
7 January 1810 GADD Thomas, son of William and Kezia.
1 February 1810 TRUMPER William, son of John and Marianne
1 February 1810 CHANDLER Elizabeth, wife of John
22 April 1810 SKINNER Mary, widow
6 May 1810 YORKE Charles James, Viscount Royston, son of Philip and Elizabeth, Earl and Countess of Hardwicke. [from scarlet fever]
14 May 1810 SMITH Elizabeth, wife of William
18 May 1810 WALTON Emma, daughter of Dennis and Sarah
22 May 1810 HICKS Susanna, daughter of James and Lydia
17 June 1810 PETT Sarah, wife of Thomas
24 July 1810 COLE John, son of Edward and Eleanor
14 October 1810 WORLAND Anne, wife of Christopher
8 January 1811 DELLOW George, son of William and Sarah
30 March 1811 WORLAND Mary, daughter of Lydia
30 March 1811 INGREY Anne, daughter of James and Mary
19 May 1811 WILMOT Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth
26 May 1811 WALLIS Thomas, labourer
10 July 1811 EVANS John, sawyer
11 August 1811 TRANTER (+) Marianne, daughter of Moses and Anne [MI: In memory of Mary Anne Tranter, who died 1 August 1811]
10 September 1811 HILL John, formerly gamekeeper to the late Earl of Hardwicke
20 November 1811 GOATS James, son of James and Anne
7 January 1812 FREEMAN Elizabeth, widow
7 February 1812 YORKE (+) Dame Elizabeth Wheake [Rattray], wife of Sir Joseph Sydney, Rear Admiral of the Blue [MI: born 13 May 1733, died 31 January 1812]
3 March 1812 WHITBY Mary, spinster
23 January 1813 JEFFERSON (+) Jacob, aged 24 [MI: died 15 January 1813]
16 March 1813 PRATT Esther, aged 71
19 April 1813 STANFORD Mary, daughter of William and Sarah, aged 5
28 April 1813 STANFORD Elizabeth, aged 67
24 May 1813 WILMOT Thomas, son of William and Elizabeth, aged 8 months
5 July 1813 HEWITT William, son of Robert and Sarah, aged 9 months
7 July 1813 EVANS Sarah, widow, aged 23
29 July 1813 INGRAY Amey, daughter of James and Mary, aged 2 years 8 months
13 September 1813 WORLAND Christopher, aged 59
28 March 1814 YORKE (+) Horatio Nelson, son of Rear Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney and Elizabeth Wheake, his late wife, of St Martin's in the Fields, Westminster, aged 8. [MI: born 13 August 1806, died 21 March 1814]
28 July 1814 WARD Rachel, wife of Benjamin, aged 42
21 October 1814 KIDD Robert, son of John and Anne, aged 2 days.
2 January 1815 CLARKE Anne, widow, aged 64
2 February 1815 INGRAY Thomas, aged 75
15 April 1815 WORLAND Sarah, daughter of William and Jane, aged 6 months
3 July 1815 GOATS Jane, daughter of Morris (deceased) and Elizabeth, aged 19
29 September 1815 PRATT Lydia, wife of John, aged 25
16 October 1815 WHITBY Jane, wife of John, aged 37
7 July 1816 TRUMPER John, son of John and Marianne of Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, aged 4 months.
13 August 1816 TURBETT Thomas, son of [blank] and Elizabeth of St John's, London, a few months.
3 November 1816 COWELL David, son of Joseph & Elizabeth, aged 16 months.
31 January 1817 FRENCH (+) William of Kingston, aged 76 [farmer][MI: who died 24 July 1816 aged 72 years, husband to Sarah and father to their infant daughter A.][** see 28 July entry - entry possibly transposed?]
16 February 1817 HEWITT Thomas, aged 60
28 July 1817 FRENCH (+) Sarah (widow) of Kingston, aged 70 [MI: who died 7 January 1817, wife of William, and mother to their infant daughter A.][** See 31 January entry - entry possibly transposed?]
30 July 1817 HARVEY Joshua, aged 84
14 September 1817 RICH James, aged 54
5 October 1817 ALBON Susanna, daughter of William and Susanna, aged 9 months
18 November 1817 WILMOT Elizabeth, wife of William, aged 40
26 December 1817 PRIOR Samuel, son of William and Anne, aged 3 days
19 January 1818 PRIME Anne, wife of James, aged 70
8 March 1818 CHAPMAN Mary, wife of John, aged 67
11 March 1818 COLE Eleanor, wife of Edward, aged 45
28 April 1818 ASTWOOD Mary, aged 72
28 April 1818 SHEEPSHANKS (+) Thomas, 12 years Rector of this Parish, aged 65 [MI: Died Monday 20 April 1818 at the Rectory. Buried in the Chicheley Chapel (commemorative stone set into the Chapel floor)]
27 May 1818 PETT Mary, aged 62
14 June 1818 RULE Rebecca, daughter of William and Mary, aged 18
2 July 1818 CHAPMAN John, aged 78
23 September 1818 GOATS Elizabeth, aged 62
7 February 1819 GOATS Elizabeth, aged 33
21 March 1819 FRENCH Anne, aged 3 years 8 month
4 April 1819 KIDD Caroline, aged 3
23 September 1819 WELCH Sarah of uncertain address, died in Wimpole, aged 13
26 September 1819 GADD Joseph, aged 2 weeks
10 November 1819 YAXLEY Hannah, aged 46
27 November 1819 WORLAND Elizabeth, aged 18 months
30 January 1820 CHAPMAN Samuel, a pensioner of Greenwich Hospital, aged 36
22 March 1820 PUMFORD George, infant
21 June 1820 FRESHWATER Mary, aged 70
10 October 1820 PETT William, aged 56
27 December 1820 ALBON** John William, killed accidentally, aged 28. [Killed by accidental discharge of firearm during shooting party on the Wimpole estate. See the "Wimpole Chronicles" entry for 29th December 1820 for published account.]
13 January 1821 YORKE The Honourable Agneta of Bath, aged 81 [1740-1820] [Second wife of The Right Hon Charles Yorke,
Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain]
[Inscription on Church Monument]
21 February 1821 PRATT Mary, aged 5 weeks
29 April 1821 PRIOR Elizabeth, drowned accidentally, aged 22 months
7 June 1821 WARD (+) Sarah of Wrestlingworth, aged 66 [MI: who died 3 June 1821, the wife of John Ward]
8 July 1821 HEWITT William Collins, aged 3 weeks
19 July 1821 COOPER Thomas, aged 2
31 July 1821 PRATT James, aged 9
5 August 1821 PIGGOTT John of Caxton Turnpike, aged 47
12 August 1821 CHAPMAN Samuel, aged 9
2 September 1821 PRYOR William, infant
14 November 1821 OSBORN David, aged 3 months
19 January 1822 COURSE William, infant
4 June 1822 KIDD Ann, aged 48
26 July 1822 MAIL Elizabeth, aged 4
9 December 1822 LYON James, aged 3 years 4 months
13 March 1823 INGREY William, aged 5 weeks
30 March 1823 LONGLANDS William, an outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, aged 45
13 September 1823 LONG Jesse, aged 10
2 December 1823 DUNKIN Ann, aged 35
28 December1823 COWELL Robert of Arrington, 5 months
3 January 1824 WATTS Mary (housekeeper to the Earl and Countess of Hardwicke), aged 62
12 January 1824 BARKER Maria, aged 19
9 April 1824 WALLIS Elizabeth, aged 85
17 April 1824 WILKIE Robert, aged 32
6 August 1824 PRATT Robert, aged 21
12 September 1824 PRIOR William, infant
29 May 1825 PRIOR William, aged 34. Coroner's inquest.
6 September 1825 STOREY Simon, aged 73
12 September 1825 CHANDLER John, aged 50
21 September 1825 PETT Thomas, aged 69
28 November 1825 WARD James, aged 70
4 December 1825 PRATT John, aged 53
15 January 1826 PRIOR Mary, infant
16 February 1826 BOATWRIGHT Mary, (housekeeper to the Earl and Countess of Hardwicke), aged 45
26 March 1826 COWELL Joseph of Arrington, aged 35
10 April 1826 HALE Joseph, infant
10 May 1826 SMITH Charlotte, infant
12 May 1826 ROBERTSON William, aged 60
7 June 1826 HITCHCOCK Fruse(?) Hannah, aged 67
21 June 1826 ROBINSON Mary, aged 85
17 July 1826 LYON Sarah, aged 4
26 July 1826 HARRISON Ann, aged 22
3 August 1826 BARKER Brown, aged 16
27 September 1826 SMITH Charles, aged 1 year 3 months
2 October 1826 TEET James, aged 2
4 October 1826 BULLEN Sarah, aged 5 years 6 months
30 March 1827 LONG George, aged 47
30 April 1827 HARVEY Elizabeth, aged 91
6 May 1827 GOATS Jane, aged 2
19 August 1827 TEET John, aged 30
26 August 1827 CHAPMAN James, aged 6
5 November 1827 WALTON Dennis, aged 56
25 January 1828 GADD Charlotte, aged 3 months
26 February 1828 MOULE William, aged 3
21 March 1828 BISHOP Mary Ann, aged 2
23 April 1828 SELL Henry, aged 2 months
18 June 1828 ONION Susannah, aged 84
*** PATEMAN *** A tenant of the Earl of Hardwicke, died this year, but buried outside the Parish
*** TITCHMARSH *** A tenant of the Earl of Hardwicke, died this year, but buried outside the Parish
*** MAYS *** A tenant of the Earl of Hardwicke, died this year, but buried outside the Parish
19 July 1829 HODGE Elizabeth, aged 60
24 September 1829 HALE John, aged 8
3 October 1829 MILLS William, infant
28 October 1829 CARTER Eliza, aged 11
15 November 1829 ORSBORNE Mary, aged 24
2 January 1830 MORLEY William, aged 66
9 April 1830 ATKINS William, aged 75
9 April 1830 HEWITT James, aged 10 months
31 May 1830 WILMOT William, aged 57
28 September 1830 ROBINSON Sarah, aged 62
18 February 1831 MALE Elizabeth, aged 55
27 April 1831 COURSE Charles of Cambridge, aged 3 years 9 months
14 May 1831 YORKE (+) Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney K.G.B. of Sydney Lodge, Hamble, aged 61 [MI: died 3 May 1831, aged 63] Account of Death
[1768-1831]
31 May 1831 COOPER Ann, aged 11 months
13 June 1831 HEWETT Sarah, aged 90
4 July 1831 PETT John, aged 41
4 August 1831 JOHNSON (+) Thomas, aged 51 [MI: who died 1st August 1831, aged 32 years]
24 August 1831 WARLAND William, aged 56
10 January 1832 WILKIE George, aged 14 months
27 January 1832 HALE Sarah, aged 13
29 January 1832 LINDSEY Hannah, of Kingston, aged 22
24 February 1832 PRATT Caroline, aged 19
19 April 1832 GADD Keziah, aged 48
11 May 1832 GADD Keziah, infant
3 June 1832 GOATS Caroline, infant
7 July 1832 DELLOR William, aged 63
9 July 1832 SELL Charles, aged 6
23 July 1832 WARLAND Elizabeth, aged 6
22 September 1832 RULE Susan, aged 29
15 January 1833 HEWETT Robert, aged 26
20 January 1833 GAUNT Joseph, aged 65
24 February 1833 LONG Maria, aged 2
3 March 1833 PRIME James, aged 80
14 March 1833 FRENCH Bathsheba, of Barnwell, aged 24
24 March 1833 GADD Mary, aged 80
30 March 1833 PETT Hannah, aged 17
2 April 1833 BULLEN George, infant
2 June 1833 CREEK Elizabeth, of London, infant
16 June 1833 HEWITT Robert, infant
16 June 1833 GOATS James, aged 9 months
23 June 1833 HARVEY Joshua, aged 55
30 June 1833 WHITBY Louisa, infant
13 July 1833 LONG Susan, aged 6
17 July 1833 LONG Ann, aged 28
17 July 1833 HEWITT Sarah, aged 2
31 July 1833 BULLEN James, aged 3
22 September 1833 SKINNER Henry, aged 11 weeks
14 October 1833 HARRISON Benjamin, aged 59
20 March 1834 YORKE (+) The Rt. Hon Charles Philip, of 28 Bruton Street, London, aged 70 [MI: First Lord of the Admiralty, died 13 March 1834]
[1764-1834]
[Monumental Inscription]
5 March 1834 WILKINS Jane, infant
22 April 1834 CHAPMAN Mary, aged 16
21 May 1834 CHAPMAN William, aged 2
9 June 1834 HEWITT Alfred, infant
11 July 1834 DUNSTONE (+) James, aged 44 [MI: who departed this life 8 July 1834]
21 August 1834 RULE Rebecca, aged 32
29 August 1834 RULE Smith, infant
11 September 1834 HARRISON Margaret, aged 56
5 November 1834 TRANTER Hannah, aged 56
28 November 1834 YORKE Rt. Hon Philip [Third] Earl of Hardwicke KG, aged 77
[1757-1834]
[Monumental Inscription]
22 December 1834 WHITBY Margaret, aged 5
24 March 1835 PRATT David, aged 8
25 March 1835 HURST Samual, aged 2
9 April 1835 PETT William, aged 10
10 April 1835 PRATT Richard, aged 13
29 April 1835 INGREY Rebecca, infant
8 May 1835 SPACKSMAN Elizabeth, aged 1
12 May 1835 MOULE Walman, aged 5
23 May 1835 WILLSHIRE James, aged 75
4 June 1835 WILLMOT Mary, aged 30
18 January 1836 FREEMAN Jane, aged 60
27 January 1836 YAXLEY Richard, aged 73
5 March 1836 HARRADINE James, aged 60
14 November 1836 ROGERS John, aged 75
15 December 1836 WRIGHT Susan, of Clavering, aged 32
27 December 1836 WHETSTONE James, aged 6
16 January 1837 WHETSTONE Elizabeth, aged 62
27 January 1837 SMITH Susan
2 February 1837 CORSE Sarah, of Cambridge, aged 2
2 February 1837 HEWITT Benjamin, aged 11 months
3 February 1837 SMITH Mary, aged 33
9 March 1837 INGRAY Alfred, infant
22 March 1837 RUMBOLD Jane, infant
23 March 1837 DARLER William, aged 49
4 May 1837 HEWITT Mary Ann, infant
27 August 1837 WATTS Charles, aged 42
17 October 1837 COOPER Edith, aged 14
29 December 1837 CARTER John, aged 63
12 February 1838 WHITBY Charles, infant
16 February 1838 PRATT Collis, aged 17
4 August 1838 WILLSHIRE Elizabeth, of New Wimpole, aged 77
11 August 1838 GADD Marianne, of New Wimpole, aged 14
5 September 1838 GADD John, aged 32
27 September 1838 SMITH William, of Orwell, aged 82
1 December 1838 GADD William, of Orwell, aged 25
1 December 1838 RULE James, infant
25 December 1838 HEWITT Ann, infant

[From 1839, register entries generally included the cause of death]

11 February 1839 CHERRY William, of Caxton & Arrington Union [Work] House, age unknown, very old, died of palsy
16 February 1839 REED Maria, aged 28, came home ill of typhus from Buntingford
9 March 1839 CLARK Sarah, of New Wimpole, aged 67, sudden death
29 May 1839 WILLMOTT Eliza, of New Wimpole, aged 30, died of smallpox
17 August 1839 HEWITT Robert, aged 5 months, died of diseased mesenteric glands
23 November 1839 WHITBY Charlotte, aged 26, died of dropsy
29 April 1840 INGRAY Emily, of Kingston Wood, infant, teething
31 July 1840 LONG Mary Anne, of Cambridge, aged 20, decline
7 January 1841 RULE William, aged 65, sudden death, died of disease of the heart
24 February 1841 WHETSTONE Jane, infant, teething
2 March 1841 CLARK Sarah, of [Caxton & Arrington] Union Workhouse, aged 42, died of consumption
22 March 1841 BULLEN Philip, infant, died of influenza
12 April 1841 INGRAY Hannah, of Caxton [& Arrington Union] Work House, infant, died of scrofula
24 May 1841 GADD Thomas, of Caxton & Arrington Union Work House, aged 85, died of old age
19 July 1841 TAYLOR William, aged 56, died of disease of the heart
27 September 1841 REED John, aged 72, died of disease of the bladder
2 November 1841 WHITBY John, aged 39, died of tumour in the stomach
21 April 1842 CLARK Jane, of Hemingford Abbotts, aged 14, decline
5 May 1842 MALE Benjamin, aged 27, died of lumbar abscess
5 May 1842 HEWETT James, aged 7 weeks
25 June 1842 LYON James, aged 14, died of diseased spine
23 October 1842 HURST John, aged 23, died of phthisis
19 December 1842 BARKER James of Orwell, aged 75, died of old age
7 January 1843 LINES Charles John, infant, father lives in Berkshire
9 January 1843 INGRAY Stephen, infant
9 March 1843 SKINNER Sarah, infant
2 April 1843 HARRISON William, aged 10, killed by an accident, run over
5 April 1843 LONG Hannah, aged 4, died of croup
4 May 1843 PRIME Alice, aged 27, resided in London but came to Wimpole, her birth place and father's residence
26 September 1843 INGRAY Robert, aged 16, died of scrofula
25 November 1843 DELLAR George, aged 60, died of inflammation of the lungs and typhus fever
10 February 1844 DELLAR Eliza, aged 22, died from typhus fever and premature confinement
27 February 1844 HEWITT Edward, infant, died from diseased mesenteric glands
19 March 1844 PELL James, aged 19, died from typhus fever
9 June 1844 MALE John, aged 22, died from typhus fever
26 June 1844 GOATES James, aged 62, fall and water in the heart
22 February 1845 BISHOP (+) John, aged 54, died from diseased liver [MI: who departed this life 19 February 1845, husband of Sarah Bishop, and father to Mary Ann Bishop who died in infancy]
31 March 1845 HART (+) Francis, aged 48, died from cancers in the liver. Captain Hart was steward to the 4th Earl of Hardwicke for 10 years. He was a faithful and zealous servant. [MI: Commander Royal Navy, who in the 49th year of his age, departed this life on the 26th March]
18 April 1845 GADD Maria Andelina Charlotte, Serjeant of Union Workhouse, Caxton. Died from diseased mesenteric glands
22 June 1845 REED Ann, aged 68, died of diseased liver
24 August 1845 GAUNT Elizabeth, aged 89 or 90, died of old age
14 September 1845 SKINNER Ann, aged 42, died from pulmonary consumption
14 November 1845 RULE William, infant, premature birth
2 December 1845 ARBUR (+) Philip, aged 80, sudden death (MI: farmer, he departed this life in the 85th year of his age)
15 December 1845 HURST James, aged 18, died from pulmonary consumption
14 January 1846 MULBERRY Lydia, aged 63, died of ulceration of the bowels
21 February 1846 GADD James, aged 11, killed by a threshing machine
29 May 1846 HALES Joseph, aged 18, died from inflammation of the lungs
2 June 1846 PRATT William, aged 62, of Caxton Work House, died from old age
3 October 1846 PRATT Susan, aged 4, died from disease of the brain, sudden death
19 February 1847 STAMFORD William, aged 71, general decay
8 March 1847 WHETSTONE Mary Ann, aged 5, burned to death
1 April 1847 CHAPMAN Elizabeth, of New Wimpole, aged 58, died from apoplexy
8 August 1847 HARRISON Ellen, of New Wimpole, aged 10, died from disease of the brain
25 August 1847 WILLMOTT George, of New Wimpole, aged 24, typhus fever caught in London; came home ill; died in the hospital in Cambridge
5 October 1847 PELL Robert, aged 26, died from inflammation of the lungs.
11 October 1847 CHAPMAN John, of New Wimpole, aged 53, died from pulmonary consumption
6 November 1847 CHARTERS Ann, of New Wimpole, aged 69, typhus fever, died in Addenbrooke's Hospital
23 November 1847 CHARTERS John, of New Wimpole, aged 66, died from typhus fever, husband of the above Ann
3 February 1848 HICKS Lydia, of New Wimpole, aged 78, died from influenza
26 May 1848 SMITH Thomas, of Union Workhouse, Caxton, aged 78, died from old age
30 July 1848 REID Sarah, aged 5 months, died from diseased mesenteric glands
3 October 1848 WALTON Sarah, of New Wimpole, aged 77, died from dropsy after influenza
14 October 1848 LASLETT Mrs Mary, of Arrington Bridge, aged 81, died following paralysis
6 December 1848 CLARK William, of [Caxton and Arrington] Union Workhouse, aged 85, died from old age
3 April 1849 LONG David, of Arrington Bridge, infant, teething
9 April 1849 WHITBY George, of New Wimpole, infant, premature birth
11 October 1849 LYON William, aged 70, died from "bad leg" erisypelas and mortification
13 November 1849 WEBB (+) John, aged 28, died from phthisis [MI: who died 8 November 1849, son of Thomas and Mary Ann Webb]
1 March 1850 OSBORNE Elizabeth, of New Wimpole, aged 82, died from bronchitis
4 May 1850 REID Mary, infant, died from whooping cough
13 September 1850 SPAXMAN Thomas, of New Wimpole, infant, died from whooping cough
24 September 1850 WHITBY George, of New Wimpole, infant, died from whooping cough
25 September 1850 WEBB (+) Jane, aged 25, died from phthisis [MI: died 19 October 1850, daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann Webb]
16  January 1851 WHETSTONE John, aged 75, died of cancer
29 January 1851 PELL George, of Caxton [& Arrington] Union Work House, infant, died from water on the brain
6 May 1851 RULE Mary, aged 78, died from water on the chest after bronchitis
10 August 1851 SKINNER Abraham, aged 82, died from old age
22 September 1851 BULLEN Anne, of New Wimpole, aged 82, died following paralysis
29 November 1851 GADD Emma, of New Wimpole, aged 8 weeks
17 January 1852 YORKE (+) Flora Elizabeth, aged 38, died in child bearing (MI: died 12 January 1852] [1814-1852] [Wife of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole]
2 March 1852 LONG William, aged 9, died from disease of the brain
6 July 1852 HALES Anne, aged 56, died from tumour of the ovaries
2 August 1852 ARBER (+) John, aged 57, died from apoplexy [MI: died 29 July  1852, aged 55 years]
7 August 1852 DARLOW Martha, aged 61, died from cancer of the stomach
17 September 1852 RUMBOLD James, aged 37, died from pulmonary consumption
23 October 1852 HEWITT Elizabeth, aged 56, died from erysipelas
26 November 1852 DELLAR Mary, of New Wimpole, aged 81, died from old age
18 December 1852 PRATT Sarah, of Alms Houses, Arrington, aged 81, died from disease of the heart
28 December 1852 RULE Prior, of New Wimpole, aged 10, died from typhus fever
19 January 1853 PRATT George, of New Wimpole, aged 2, died from typhus fever
1 February 1853 WATTS Charles, of New Wimpole, aged 20, died from typhus fever
19 March 1853 MULBERRY Charlotte, aged 2 years 6 months, died from scarlatina
29 March 1853 RULE Eliza, of New Wimpole, aged 18, died from disease of brain
2 April 1853 WHITBY Fanny, aged 2 years 8 months, died from scarlatina
4 April 1853 GOATS John, of New Wimpole, aged 45, died from typhus fever
26 June 1853 GOATS Ann, of New Wimpole, aged 18, died from pulmonary consumption
14 November 1853 GADD William, of New Wimpole, aged 75, sudden death
14 January 1854 HURST William, aged 23, died from phthisis
8 February 1854 GADD Alfred, of [Caxton and Arrington] Union Workhouse, infant, died from some epidemic in Union Workhouse
8 February 1854 WILKINS (?) [entry is a note in the margin] Sarah, infant, unbaptised, died in the Workhouse
4 March 1854 RIACH John, aged 11, killed by the upsetting of a cart
16 May 1854 YORKE (+) Harriott, widow of the late Rt. Hon Charles Philip Yorke [First Lord of the Admiralty] of 28 Bruton Square, London, aged 91 [MI: born 21 June 1763, married 1 July 1790, died 10 May 1854][1763-1854]
27 May 1854 ANGELL Arthur, of New Wimpole, infant, teething
21 November 1854 REID Jane, aged 75, died from old age
31 January 1855 WEBB (+) Mary Ann, aged 40, of pulmonary consumption [MI: who died 25 January  1855, aged 25 years, daughter of Thomas and Mary Ann Webb]
2 March 1855 RICHARDS Ann, of Cambridge, aged 72, died following paralysis
24 May 1855 WOODRUFF (+) Henry Esq, Steward to the Earl of Hardwicke, aged 58, died from schinous(?) duodenum [MI: Lieutenant Royal Navy, died at Arrington Bridge on the 18th May 1855, aged 59 years]
5 July 1855 ANGELL Isabella, aged 47, died from pulmonary consumption
15 January 1856 KEEP Esau, aged 40, killed by machinery of [the Wimpole Estate] sawmill ["A man called Keep was the engineer. He tried to adjust a belt in the big shed without stopping the machinery. His jacket was caught, and his brains dashed out." - 'Wimpole As I Knew It', by the Rev A C Yorke]
18 January 1856 STAMFORD Sarah, aged 75, died from apoplexy
1 March 1856 HALES Martha Ann, infant
6 March 1856 WHITBY John, of Union House, Caxton, aged 92, died from old age
9 April 1856 PRIME William Edward, of New Wimpole, infant, died from inflammation of lungs
5 June 1856 SPACKSMAN Jane Goates, of New Wimpole, aged 1 year 5 months, died from whooping cough
21 July 1856 HURST Mary, of New Wimpole, aged 37, died from pulmonary consumption
8 December 1856 BRIGHTMAN Elizabeth, aged 14, died from scarletina
21 January 1857 DELLAR John, aged 54, died from rheumatism
1 February 1857 SPACKSMAN Joseph William, of New Wimpole, aged 4, died from croup
7 February 1857 FRENCH Mary, of Arrington, aged 79, following paralysis
17 February 1857 PRATT James, of New Wimpole, aged 2 years 6 months, died from croup
17 March 1857 HURST Catherine Silk, of New Wimpole, aged 2, died from bronchitis
27 March 1857 BARKER (+) Sarah, of Burley, Hampshire, aged 94, died from old age [MI: wife of James, died 23 March 1857 aged 95]
18 June 1857 LONG Georgiana, of [Caxton and Arrington] Union Work House, aged 16, died of scrofula
17 November 1857 SPACKSMAN Phoebe, of New Wimpole, aged 59, died from apoplexy
23 January 1858 KIDD William, of [Caxton and Arrington] Union Workhouse, aged 88, died from old age
25 March 1858 WILSHIRE Susan, of New Wimpole, aged 68, died from palsy
8 April 1858 GOATS Morris, aged 68, decline
3 June 1858 YORKE Elizabeth [Scot Lindsay], dowager Countess of Hardwicke, widow of Philip, Third Earl of Hardwicke, of Tyttenhanger, St Albans, aged 95, died of old age. [1763-1858] ["...The widow and dowager Countess of the third earl long survived; dying on 26 May 1858. I can recall standing at the rectory window that overlooked the churchyard, that of the Green bedroom, and seeing the funeral as the body was borne round the east end of the church to its resting place in the vault under the Chicheley Chapel. I can see now the shoulder-borne coffin, covered with scarlet velvet; the tawdry gilt mountings, and the gilt coronet atop..." from "Wimpole As I Knew It" by the Rev A C Yorke. ]
29 July 1858 CLARK Eliza, infant
6 October 1858 STRICKLAND Thomas, aged 44, found dead
3 December 1858 BULLEN Sarah, aged 54, died from rheumatic gout
28 December 1858 MULBERRY John, aged 52, died from pleuro pneumonia
30 April 1859 OSBORNE John, of Union Workhouse, Caxton, aged 84, died from old age
21 June 1859 CAMBRIDGE (+) Charles, aged 16, disease of liver and stones [MI: who died 16 June 1859]
7 August 1859 GOATES Anne, of New Wimpole, aged 74, died from old age and paralysis
4 October 1859 STANFORD Mary, aged 23, died from consumption
20 February 1860 HEWITT Robert, aged 82, died from old age
25 February 1860 LONG Robert, aged 56, accidental death
16 October 1860 HEWITT Sarah, aged 83, died from old age
28 October 1860 SPACKSMAN Anne, of New Wimpole, aged 6 months
20 January 1861 REED George, aged 5
5 April 1861 BULLEN Elizabeth, aged 10
30 May 1861 SPACKSMAN James, of New Wimpole, aged 2, died from disease of the brain
24 July 1861 HURST Sarah, aged 66, died from consumption
6 October 1861 INGREY Mary, of Orwell, aged 88, died from old age
9 October 1861 FILLINGHAM Thomas, aged 39, killed by machine
28 November 1861 SKINNER Sarah, aged 88, died from old age
18 December 1861 DELLER Mary Anne, of Arrington, aged 80, died from old age
24 December 1861 INGREY Ann, of New Wimpole, aged 48, died from schirous(?) cancer in the gullet
25 February 1862 HURST William, aged 75, died from pulmonary consumption
18 March 1862 WORLAND Jane, of Caxton [& Arrington Union] Work House, aged 88, died from old age
10 October 1862 COOK Joseph, infant, died from malformation of mouth, throat etc
2 November 1862 MALE Richard, aged 86, died from old age
7 April 1863 CLARK Susan, aged 15, died from disease of the brain
31 May 1863 PRATT John, aged 79, died from apoplexy
12 June 1863 MULBERRY David, infant, died from bronchitis
26 June 1863 HEWITT Rebecca, infant, died from disease of the lungs
4 August 1863 MALE Susan, aged 80, died from dropsy
14 August 1863 PRATT Charlotte, of New Wimpole, aged 1, died from diarrhoea

The Church Register book for the Parish of Wimpole as transcribed by T P R Layng ends at this point. Burials between August 1863 and 1950 were recorded in a new Register book, now lodged with the Cambridge Record Office.


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