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KING Frederick William

Stood for election to the UDC in 1928

23 March 1928 Stroud Journal published a pen portrait and photo of all 27 candidates

Mr Frederick William King of 'Northfield' Uplands has been a member of the Stroud Council for nine years and is standing as an independent candidate. During the war he served as a Lieutenant in the Gloucesters and was badly wounded. He is president of the Stroud branch of the British Legion. He has occupied the position of chairman of the Council and has also presided over several of the standing committees. He has secured election toh te Stroud Board of Guardians as the representative of Uplands.

He was elected 4 out of the 18 councillors elected with 1250 votes.

Journal of 23 March in Jottings from Jonathan records a controversy over his nomination to the Guardians (not transcibed at this time)

Concerned about quality of gas - seen report of SUDC Oct 1928

Owner of Lansdown Hall used for dances and public meetings in 1920's

Query Location of Lansdown Hall


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