HOARE, Frederick Slader

1882 - 1961

Frederick Slader Hoare was born at East Dulwich, Camberwell, Surrey on 25 November 1882, son of Frederick Adolphus Hoare (1850-1901), a ship-owner's clerk, and his wife Mary Elizabeth née Slader (1850-1909), who married at Camberwell in 1882. In 1901, young Frederick was an 18-year-old apprentice, living at 53 Kilmore Road, Lewisham, London with his parents, 50-year-old Frederick and 51-year-old Mary. An irregular member of the Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Artists on 15 October 1904, excluded in 1906, but rejoined on 10 October 1906 but excluded in 1909, and rejoined on 12 October 1910 but was excluded the following year. He married at Shoreditch in 1906 Florence Holland and in 1911, Frederick was a 28-year-old lithographic artist, living at 57 Cleveland Road, Islington, London with his 24-year-old wife Florence, born city of London, and their four-year-old daughter Marie Florence, (28 November 1906-[Hoy]1986), born at Shoreditch. Frederick enlisted as an ordinary seaman in the Royal Navy in the First World War but was invalided out on 30 April 1918. In 1937, he exhibited at the Ipswich Art Club from 69 Bixley Road, Ipswich, two works 'Sanctuary' and 'Virtuoso'. Frederick Slader Hoare died in the Samford district of Suffolk in 1961. His son was Reginald Slader Hoare.