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Name: Frederick Ingram

Burial Number: 0400

Gender: Male

Occupation: Bellhangers Apprentice; Gas Fitter; Burnisher; Electrical Engineer; Metal Worker;

Born: 00/1/1856

Died: 20/12/1902

Buried: 26/12/1902


Information about Frederick’s father could not be found but his mother, Sarah, née Bains, was a widow by 1871 with 4 children, Frederick. at 15. being the youngest.   Frederick was deaf, his brother, William B,19, a bootfitter , was deaf and dumb and their sister, Elizabeth, 17, a needlewoman, had fits. However, William’s sister, Sarah, also 19, (his twin ?) was not affected. On 5 April 1877, at Holy Trinity, Brompton, Middlesex, Frederick, now a gas fitter, married Harriet Louisa Stocker and they made their home at 6, Callow Street, Chelsea.   Their daughter, Florence, died in 1900, at the age of 21, of pulmonary tuberculosis and is buried at Heene. Frederick, himself, was only 46 when he died on 20 December 1902, leaving £128 10s to his widow.

Researcher: Angela Levy

The Grave

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Location in Cemetery

Area: NWS Row: 5 Plot: 17

Exact Location (what3words):

Ashes or Urn: Unknown



Frederick Alma Ingram is buried under the headstone for William George Diaper


In loving memory of William George Diaper passed away 16th August 1937 aged 34 years

Further Information


Name: Frederick Alma Ingram

Gender: Male

Born: 00/1/1856

Town: Lambeth

County: London

Country: England


Maiden Name: Not applicable

Marriage Date: 5/4/1877

Spouse First Name: Harriet

Spouse Second Name: Louisa

Spouse Last Name: Stocker

Town of Marriage: Brompton

County of Marriage: Middlesex

Country of Marriage: England

Information at Death

Date of Death: 20/12/1902

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 2: 26

Address line 3: Thorn Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England


No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: £128 10 s 0 d

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information


7, Rutland Street, Brompton, Chelsea

Sarah Ingram, 45, head, widow, needlewoman; Rachel Bains, 76, mother; Sarah Ingram, 19, daughter, a servant; William B Ingram, 19, son, a bootfitter , deaf and dumb; Elizabeth Ingram, 17, daughter, a needlewoman, fits; Frederick Ingram, 15, son, a bellhanger’s apprentice, deaf;


6, Callow Street, Chelsea

Frederick Ingram, 25, head, gas fitter; Harriet Ingram, 25, wife; Frederick Ingram, 3, son; Florence Ingram, 1,


21, Lead Street, Chelsea

Frederick Ingram, 35, head, gas fitter and Burnisher? ?; Harriet Ingram, 35, wife; Edith Ingram, 9 months, daughter;


1 Argyle Terrace, Heene

Frederick Ingram, head, 45, electrical engineer; on own account; Harriet Louisa Ingram, 44, wife; Edith Alma Ingram, 10, daughter; George Haydon (wrongly transcribed – looks clearly like Harwood),Ingram, 7, son;

Miscellaneous Information

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