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Frederick William FULLMAN

 

 

 

 

 

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born  

 b c1868 Aldgate, Middlesex

(S/1868, E. London, 1c, 11) (GRO)

bapt 

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married

1893 (D/1893, Bethnal G, 1c. 297) (FreeBMD)

spouse  Emily LAMB
b c 1870 Bethnal Green
d 1908 aged 38 (M/1908, Islington, 1b, 216) (FreeBMD)

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died

 

buried 


Addresses

document1881 census 105 Sclater St, London, Middlesex
1891 census 105 Sclater St, London, Middlesex

census1901 census 15, Lavnea(?) Grove, Islington, London
census1911 census Islington, in an institution (workhouse?)


Occupations

1891 census Hatters Assistant

1901 census Hatters Assistant
1911 census Engine Filler's Labourer


Other information

It's not clear why Frederick would suddenly drop his profession as a hatter between the 1901 and 1911 census dates. Certainly, this family appears to have been devasted by events between these years - possibly triggered by the death of Frederick's wife, Emily in 1908. By 1911, the family was scattered with father Frederick in the workhouse, daughter Lily in service and son Frederick working on a farm in Wales.
 

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