STATHAM, Frederick John Nuttall

1880 - 1952

Frederick John Nuttall Statham, was born on 17 April and baptised at Matlock, Bakewell, Derbyshire on 9 May 1880, son of Luke Robinson Statham (1849-1899), a grocer, and his wife Sarah née Nuttall (1850-1913), who married at Matlock in 1873. In 1881, a newly born, living at Matlock Green, Matlock with his parents, 32 year old Luke and 31 year old Sarah, with two younger sisters Marion Jessie 5 and Lilian Edith 2. In 1901, a 20 year old photographer's assistant, living at 16 North Parade, Derby with his widowed mother Sarah and sister Marion, now an art pupil teacher, with a further three siblings, Charles Harold 17, Emily Grace 15 and Ronald 13, all born at Matlock. He married at Derby Christ Church in 1909, Jessie Louise Hogg (born 2 April 1866) and in 1911, a 30 year old photographer's operator, living at 23 Deuchar Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne with his 25 year old wife Jessie and a newly born son, Charles Dennis. He served in the East Yorkshire Regiment during the First World War. Frederick painted a picture of The Mill at Barton Mills, Suffolk but whether he was ever a resident in Suffolk or, as a photographer, came to Suffolk to paint has not yet been discovered. In 1939, a photographer, living at 23 Holmfield Road, Leicester with his wife Jessie and Jessie's sister Lillian Jane Hogg (15 October 1896-1986). Frederick later emigrated to Kenya and died at European hospital Mombasa, Kenya on 28 March 1952.




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