Frederick Audley Pickard-Cambridge (304) plot | Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Frederick Audley Pickard-Cambridge (304) plot


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Memorial details

Family name Pickard-Cambridge
Burial date Not known
Burial capacity 2 (1 used)
Burial depth Not known
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Burial visible (1991)?   

This is a nice, but damaged monument, with a carved angel and Arts & Crafts lettering.

Plinth inscription:

In loving memory of Frederick Audley, youngest son of Edward Douroure and Winifred M C Pickard-Cambridge.
Died March 6 1912 aged 8

If thou shalt call me to resign, what most I prize, it ne’er was mine
Thy Will Be Done

The text comes from the hymn Thy Will Be Done, written in 1834 by Charlotte Elliott, a Christian hymnodist from Brighton and a distant relative of Virginia Woolf. Elliott is best known for her hymn Just as I Am.


Condition: good


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