Frederick William Stacey

Surname: Stacey
Other names: Frederick William
Other people in this story:
Joseph Stacey
Alice Stacey née Dummer
Gladys May Stacey née Imber
Locations in this story:
Midhurst. Sussex
Cann, Shaftesbury, Dorset
Shaftesbury, Dorset
Salisbury, Wiltshire

Frederick William Stacey was born in Midhurst, Sussex, on 26th May 1895, the son of Joseph Stacey and Alice Stacey (née Dummer).  The Census of 1911 shows the family now living in French Mill Lane, Cann, Shaftesbury, Dorset.   Frederick had joined the Territorial Force of the Dorsetshire Regiment as a Private (Service No. 1541) he was then transferred to the 1st/4th Battalion of the Norfolk Regiment (Service No. 204756) being promoted in time to Sergeant.  He was transferred back to the 2nd/4th Battalion of the Dorsetshire Regiment (Service No. 200164).  It is not known in which theatre of war he served but on his discharge was awarded the Victory and British War Medals as well as the Territorial Force War Medal.   He married Gladys May Imber at Holy Trinity Church, Shaftesbury, Dorset, on 4th September 1920 and by the 1921 Census they were living with her parents at 8 Salisbury Street, Shaftesbury, with Frederick working as a Tailor with the local firm of Pryce & Barriber. By the Electoral Register of 1922 they had moved to their own home at 33 Coppice Street, Shaftesbury, where they were also noted on the 1939 Register with Frederick now described as a Master Tailor.  His death was recorded at Salisbury, Wiltshire, on 21st December 1985.


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