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  • Frederick Fulham is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France.  Photo by John Morse
Person Details
Lambley
Frederick was born in the village of Lambley, Nottinghamshire in 1886 and was the son George a frame work knitter and the late Sarah Ann Fulham, née Hallam of Surgays Lane, Arnold . His father George Fulham was born in 1846 in Lambley, his mother Sarah Ann Hallam was born in 1845 in Woodborough, they were married in 1874, their marriage was recorded in the Basford Registration District. They went on to have 7 children, 4 of which died in infancy or early childhood, their surviving children were, Francis b1875 Elizabeth b1879, Samuel b1883 (died 1897 aged 14 yrs ) and Frederick b1886. In the 1911 census Frederick is living with his father George on Surgays Lane at Arnold and they are shown as George Fulham married 65 yrs a frame work knitter and Fred single 24 yrs a general labourer. Frederick married his wife Ethel Mary Collyer on 7th October 1911 at the Basford Registry Office and they lived on Bond Street, Arnold, Nottingham. They had a daughter Harriett Mary Collyer prior to their marriage who was born on 13th February 1911. (details given on Fredericks Army Service Record ) Following his death his widow was awarded a pension of 15 shillings a week for herself and her daughter to take effect from 21st June 1915. His widow re married George Keeton in 1915 the marriage was recorded in the Basford Registration District.
He was a collier, general labourer and soldier
22 Nov 1914
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Private
1st Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Private Frank Fulham enlisted on 26th January 1904 in Nottingham, he was 18 yrs and 7 months of age, he was a collier he signed on for 3 yrs with the colours and 9 yrs in the reserves, he served with the 1st battalion Sherwood Forests and saw service in Singapore between 3rd November 1905 and 29th January 1907. He was posted to the reserves on 31st January 1907. At the outbreak of the war he was mobilised at Derby on 5th August 1914, and was posted to the 1st battalion Sherwood Foresters serving with 'B' company and was sent to France with them as a part of the British Expeditionary Force. They arrived in France on the 4th November 1914. On the night of 19th November, the battalion moved into the trenches taking over from the 1st Battalion of the Worcestershire Regiment, near Richebourg. Snow was covering the ground, the temperature falling to below freezing. There was a little rifle fire on the 20th and several patrols were sent out to reconnoitre. The Germans shelled the trenches and as a result Fredercik was killed on 22nd November 1914. He is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France
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  • Frederick Fulham is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France.  Photo by John Morse
    Frederick Fulham Memorial - Frederick Fulham is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France. Photo by John Morse
  • Photo published in the Nottingham Evening Post dated 13th January 1915, courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
    Fredercik Fulham - Photo published in the Nottingham Evening Post dated 13th January 1915, courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918