FREDERICK HALLAM 1877–1933
Born 1877 Radcliffe on Trent
Baptised 11th November 1877, St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe on Trent (baptismal name Fred)
Possibly married Elizabeth Hall in 1914 and had a son, George
Died January 31st 1933, Royal Oak, Radcliffe on Trent
Buried in Radcliffe Cemetery, grave reference L82, no headstone
Radcliffe on Trent School Register
Admitted 18 Oct 1880
Frederick Hallam was four years old living at Royal Oak Yard with father Robert, brewer, mother Jane Glew and brothers, Thomas, John and Robert.
Living with father Robert, a brewer now widowed, and brothers Robert and Thomas. His mother Jane died in 1890.
Lodging at the ‘Royal Oak’, Radcliffe on Trent, with John and Florence Fryer and their daughter Rosa, employed as a plumber
He was single, a brewer, working and living at the ‘Royal Oak’, assisting John and Florence Fryer.
Service number: DM2/170895
Military Unit: Mechanical Transport/Royal Army Service Corps (prefix DM2 before service number indicates he was a learner driver)
Theatre of War: Unconfirmed
Medals Awarded: British War and Victory
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
‘Royal Oak’, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent
Probate: administration to his brother Thomas, a curtain packer, March 1933.
From the 1922 Electoral Register
Address: Royal Oak Inn, Radcliffe on Trent
Household: John and Florence Fryer, landlord
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Born and died in Radcliffe on Trent.