Frederick Clemow

Worshipful Master 1859

Frederick Clemow, our Worshipful Master in 1859, was the Hotel Keeper of Anderton Hotel, 164 Fleet Street, London in the mid-1800s.

Anderton Hotel architect’s drawing

The Lodge, along with a number of other lodges, held its regular meetings at the Anderton Hotel from 1852 to 1911. The premises were demolished in 1939.

Frederick was born in on 14thMay 1831 in St. Enoder, Cornwall, the son of Francis Clemow and his wife Jane Pudner. He died a bachelor at the hotel at the young age of 35 years on 26th October 1865 and is buried in Kensil Green All Souls Cemetery. He left his considerable estate to his brothers Henry (a farmer at Llantarrack, St. Trudy, Cornwall) and Zaccheus (a tailor and outfitter at Clements Lane, London).

 

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