FREDERICK CECIL MASON 1891–1959
Photograph from The Sherwood Foresters Museum, Nottingham Castle
Born 3rd October 1891, Nottingham District
Baptised 11th November 1891 St Peter’s Church, Radford. Home address 5 Cobdin Street, Nottingham
Married 1927 to Gladys Selina Gill in Shardlow. Children Colin born 1932 and Anthony born 1934
Died 16th September 1959, age 67.
Address at date of death 21 Highgrove Avenue, Chilwell, Notts.
Age 9, living at 41, Forster Street, Old Radford, Nottingham with father Stewart, a Lace machine fitter, mother Eliza and sister Lillian Nellie, age 14.
Age 19, single and living at 17 Church Street, Lenton with father Stewart, a Lace machine fitter/builder, mother Eliza Ann and sister Lillian Nellie. He is employed as an insurance clerk.
His name is on a list of members of The Sherwood Foresters from Radcliffe on Trent who served in WW1, provided by the regimental archivist.
Service Number: 58918
Military Unit: 10th Battalion, The Sherwood Foresters, 51st Brigade, 17th (Northern) Division)
Theatre of War: France and Flanders
Medals Awarded: British War and Victory
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
Address:45 Kimbolton Avenue, Nottingham
Employment: Law clerk, Robert Barber, solicitor, King Street, Nottm
Household: father Stewart retired, mother Eliza, sister Lilian, Hosiery machinist, J and R Morley
Address: 21 High Grove Avenue, Chilwell, Notts.
Occupation: Solicitor’s clerk
Household: living with wife Gladys Selina born 7.7.1897
Reason for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
He is identified in the Sherwood Foresters Archives as a serviceman who lived in Radcliffe on Trent.