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Queensbury Yorkshire
He was the son of Fred (b.Sutterton Lincolnshire 1865) and Jemima (née Hall b.1864 also at Sutterton) Clow. Married in 1886 in the Boston Registration District, they had five children. Frederick Cecil’s siblings were George b.1890 Sutterton (killed inaction 24/8/1916), Daisy 1892 b.Bradford, Elsie b.1895 Halifax and Gladys b.1890 Nottingham. In 1901 they family lived at 6 Blake Street and in 1911 at 10 Grimsby Terrace Watkin Street (both St Ann’s Nottingham). Fred (senior) was a goods guard for Great Northern Railway.
He was an errand lad in 1911.
22 Dec 1914
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Private
1st Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Frederick Cecil Clow enlisted in Nottingham (he was under age born 1897) and landed in France on 4th November 1914. Le Touret Memorial Panel 26 & 27
In Memoriam published 22nd December 1915 in the Nottingham Evening Post: “CLOW. – In loving memory of our dear son, Cecil Clow, aged 17 years, who was shot by a sniper near Neuve Chappelle, December 22nd, 1914.” In Memoriam courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918 :-
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  • Photo published 22nd December 1915 in the Nottingham Evening Post and courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918 -
  • 10 Grimsby Terrace Nottingham home of Frederick Cecil Clow. Photo by Peter Gillings August 2017 -