Personal information about Frederick Charles Mayo

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Frederick Charles Mayo  (FBMD shows Forename as Charlie not Charles)
17 October 1899
Conscrated Common Internment
Reverend E Ides Mach



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Frederick Charles Mayo
Article source:    Christine Gambles
Date of source:    25 November 2019
Copyright:    © as above




Frederick Charlie Mayo




Frederick Charlie Mayo was born in 1882 in Newbury and was the son of Charles Robert and Emily Mayo (nee Palmer) who were married in 1878.

Charles Robert and Emily also had the following children:

Emily Florence born 1880 in Newbury

Gilbert Percy born 1884 in Newbury

Louisa Ann born 1887 in Newbury

Rose Mabel born 1891 in Newbury


Frederick’s father Charles Robert was born in 1845 in Newbury and was the son of John & Sarah Mayo (nee Brown), his mother


Frederick’s parents were recorded in the 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 living in Newbury and Charles Robert was recorded working as a French Polisher.


Frederick Charlie died aged 17 in 1899 and was buried on the 17th October at Newtown Road Cemetery.

Frederick’s grandmother, Sarah Mayo (c1816-1892, nee Brown) and his great grandfather John Totty Mayo (1777-1859) are also buried in the Newtown Road Cemetery.



Christine Gambles -25th November 2019

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Frederick Charles Mayo
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser
Date of source:    19 October 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



Frederick Charles Mayo



The death took place last Thursday of Frederick Mayo, at the age of 17. He took a prominent part in the recent entertainment given by the Victory Entertainers, and a day or two afterwards was found to be suffering from an abscess on the brain, which eventually proved fatal.

Being a member of the Local Lodge of Good Templars, and also the Rechabites, members of those bodies attended the funeral. The first part of the service was conducted in the Parish Church by the Rev. J. A. Thomas, and the Rev. Idé Mack officiated at the graveside.

Here the Templar's Burial Service was impressively read by Bro. Chapman. P. D.C.T., Bro. Gibbs, District Secretary, and Mrs Bishop, of Newbury.

The Victory Entertainers were represented at the funeral by Messrs. B. Belcher and J. Maiden.

A number of beautiful wreaths were sent. and included some from the employers' at the Studio, 42 Northbrook-street, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hopson, and one bearing the following inscription: “With deepest sympathy from the members of the Newbury Endeavour Lodge, I.O.G.T.," also the Victory Entertainers, “Though lost to sight to memory dear."

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser - Thursday 19 October 1899

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