KELL, Frederick

1859 - 1924

A Fred. H. Kell of Woodbridge, exhibited at the Woodbridge Industrial and Art Exhibition, at the Lecture Hall, Woodbridge in April 1887. Two oil paintings 'Flamingo' and 'Fishermen' and two watercolours 'Summer Evening' and 'The Bell Inn, Woodbridge'. Could be one of two Fred H. Kells but probably
Frederick James Hills Kell, was born at Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1859 and in 1871, as James F. H. Kell, was living at New Street, Woodbridge with his grandparents, 53 year old Charles [q.v.], a plumber & glazier, and his 49 year old wife Catherine, and their 28 year old married daughter Catherine Nadin, née Kell, who married in 1865. Frederick married at Ipswich in 1881, Annie Sophia Banham and in 1881, a 30[sic] year old painter & decorator living at New Street, Woodbridge with his 35 year old wife Annie, with three children Frederick Robert 8, born Edmonton, London, Lillent Maud 6 and Charles Samuel 3, both born at Woodbridge and was still living at New Street in 1901. In 1911, a 50 year old painter & decorator and had moved to Quay Street, Woodbridge where his 55 year old wife kept a sweet shop. In 1920 he was living at Hornchurch, Essex.

Frederick Henry Kell, born Woodbridge 1870 died Wickham Market, Suffolk 1889, aged 19 and buried at All Saints Church, Wickham Market on 29 October 1889, aged 19.