In Memory of / SARAH RABY, / Who Died September 17th 1848, / Aged 4 years and 6 months. / Also SARAH ANN RABY, who died / December 3rd 1851, aged 10 months. / Also WILLIAM HARRIS, grandson / of RABY who died July 9th 1859, / in her 10th year. / Also JAMES RABY, who died July 4th 1871 / aged 38 years. / Also MARTHA RABY, Mother of the above / who died Novmber 26th 1871, / Aged 62 Years. / Also WILLIAM RABY, / husband of the above / who died January 8th 1876, / Aged 70 years. / Jesus lover of my Soul! / Let me to thy bosom fly / Whie troubled waters roll / While the tempest still is high. / Hide me, O my Saviour, hide / Till the storm of life is past. / Then into the haven guide. / O receive my soul at last.
In affectionate Remembrance of / HANNAH ELIZABETH COOPER, Innkeeper / of Leeds who died --- 1880, / --- / Also --- 1884 / Also JOHN COOPER --- 1885 / --- / Also GEORGE COOPER / husband of the above H. E. COOPER, / --- June 18[?][several lines illegible]
GPS Accuracy (Feet): 3
The Cooper and Raby families are in grave numbers 3104 and 3106
Hannah (or Anna, Annie) Elizabeth Tutin became a publican when she married William Mallinson, November 1869. He was 42, she was 23. (See Marriage Certificate below).
They ran the Simpson Arms, 2 York Road, Leeds. They were only married a year when he died on 30 November 1870. He is buried in the Mallinson private grave, number 2901 with his parents and brother.
In 1873, three years later aged 28, Hannah married George Cooper, she was still a publican (See Marriage Certificate below).
They had one child Norah who was born on 17 April 1876 and baptised at St Peter's (Parish Church), Leeds.
Hannah died in 1880 at the age of 34. George died 1888, age 41, they are both buried in Grave number 3106.
George Cooper's sister, Mary Ann Cooper, married George Raby on Christmas Day 1861.
Mary Ann was a Tobacconist. George Raby died in 1884 and Mary Ann then married Alfred Taylor in 1886.
Hannah and George Cooper's only child Norah was living with Mary Ann Taylor (nee Cooper) (her Aunt) on the 1911 census, maybe they looked after her as she was only three when her mother died.