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. Frederick married at Derby Christ Church in 1909, Jessie Louise Hogg (born 2 April 1886) 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. 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), shortly after, he and his wife Jessie, were living at 'Brecklands' a large house at Mildenhall, Suffolk, now the Riverside House Hotel, from where Frederick painted a picture of The Mill at Barton Mills, Suffolk and in 1948 exhibited at the Bury St Edmund's Art Society [q.v.] from Mildenhall an oil 'Ely Cathedral'. Leaving his married daughter Pamela [Lennie] and her family at Mildenhall, Frederick later emigrated to Kenya and died at The European Hospital, Mombasa, Kenya on 28 March 1952. His wife Jessie then went to live at Ayr in Scotland.

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