We remember Frank Hay Gillingham

We remember Frank Hay Gillingham

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Timeline

Timeline

1874
sibling John R Gillingham Source:8919922 1874
1875
birth Tokyo Japan Source:8919922 6th September 1875
1878
sibling Arthur H Gillingham Source:8919922 1878
1880
sibling Enid Frances Gillingham Source:8919922 1880
1891
location Lordship Lane, Camberwell, London United Kingdom parents address Source:8919922 1891
1899
employment Curate, Leyton Church of England Leyton, Essex United Kingdom Source:8919947 1899 - 1905
1901
location Dawlish Road, Leyton, Essex United Kingdom their own address Source:8919923 1901
1903
employment First Class Cricketer Essex County Cricket Club Essex United Kingdom Source:8919971 1903 - 1928
1905
employment Chaplain to the Forces British Army Tidworth United Kingdom Source:8919947 13th January 1905 - 1907
1905
enlistment United Kingdom Source:8919960 13th January 1905
1905
commission Regular Source:8919960 13th January 1905
1905
service British Army Chaplain to the Forces (4th Class) Royal Army Chaplain's Department Tidworth Camp Source:8919960 13th January 1905 - 1907
1907
discharge Source:8919960 1907
1907
employment Curate, St James the Less, Bethnal Green Church of England Bethnal Green United Kingdom Source:8919947 1907 - 1910
1910
location Ridley House, Bethnal Green United Kingdom Source:8920190 2nd July 1910
1910
marriage Mary Ryder Matthews Source:8920190 2nd July 1910 - 17th November 1949
1910
employment Vicar, Holy Trinity Bordesley Church of England Bordesley, Warwickshire United Kingdom Source:8919947 1910 - 1914
1911
location Holy Trinity Vicarage, Camp Hill, Birmingham United Kingdom their own address Source:8919924 1911
1914
employment Rector, Bermondsey Church of England Bermondsey United Kingdom Source:8919947 1914 - 1923
1914
children Peter Llewellyn Gillingham Source:8919991 1914
1914
employment Temporary Chaplain to the Forces British Army Source:8919947 1914 - 1918
1914
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:1349972 29th August 1914 - 1915
1914
service British Army Temporary Chaplain to the Forces (4th Class) Royal Army Chaplain's Department Royal Army Medical Corps (Territorial Force) Source:8919947 9th September 1914
1915
employment Cripples Pension Society Public Service 'Chairman' United Kingdom Source:8920198 November 1915 - August 1916
1917
children William Anthony Gillingham Source:8920190 1917
1918
location The Rectory, Bermondsey, London United Kingdom their own address Source:1349972 2nd February 1918
1918
discharge Source:8919960 1918
1919
employment Rural Dean of Bermondsey Church of England United Kingdom Source:8919971 1919 - 1921
1923
employment Rector, St Margaret, Lee Church of England Lee, Southwark United Kingdom Source:8919971 1923 - 1940
1923
location The Glebe Rectory, Blackheath United Kingdom Source:8919947 1923
1932
employment Rural Dean of Lewisham Church of England London United Kingdom Source:8919971 1932 - 1940
1935
employment Honourary Canon of Southwark Church of England London United Kingdom Source:8919971 1935 - 1953
1939
employment Chaplain to the Royal Household - George VI Church of England United Kingdom Source:8919960 25th July 1939 - 1952
1940
employment Rector, St Stephen Walbrook with St Benet Sherehog Church of England London United Kingdom Source:8919971 1940 - 1953
1942
employment Curate in Charge St. Michael's, Chester Square Church of England London United Kingdom Source:8919971 1942 - 1952
1950
marriage Pamela Field Simmons nee Crossley Source:8919971 21st July 1950 - 1st April 1953
1952
employment Chaplain to the Royal Household - Elizabeth II Church of England United Kingdom Source:8919960 5th August 1952 - 1st April 1953
1952
location 35 Melton Court, London SW United Kingdom their own address Source:8919971 1952
education London College of Divinity London United Kingdom Source:8919947
education Dulwich College London United Kingdom Source:8919947
education Bachelor of the Arts (BA) University College, Durham University Durham United Kingdom Source:8919947
1953
death Gillingham died suddenly “during a visit to the casino at Monaco”. Monaco Source:8919947 Source:8919978 1st April 1953
awards Mentioned in Despatches (MiD) British Award/Decoration Source:1349972

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Frank Hay
Initials FH
Last Name Gillingham
Source 8919923
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
35 Melton Court, London SW United Kingdom their own address known 1952
Dawlish Road, Leyton, Essex United Kingdom their own address known 1901
Holy Trinity Vicarage, Camp Hill, Birmingham United Kingdom their own address known 1911
Lordship Lane, Camberwell, London United Kingdom parents address known 1891
Ridley House, Bethnal Green United Kingdom known 2nd July 1910
The Glebe Rectory, Blackheath United Kingdom 1923
The Rectory, Bermondsey, London United Kingdom their own address known 2nd February 1918
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army Royal Army Chaplain's Department Tidworth Camp Chaplain to the Forces (4th Class)
British Army Royal Army Chaplain's Department Royal Army Medical Corps (Territorial Force) Temporary Chaplain to the Forces (4th Class)
Awards
AwardTypeSource
1914 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Mentioned in Despatches (MiD) British Award/Decoration
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Peter Llewellyn Gillingham son 1914
William Anthony Gillingham son 1917
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Sarah Gillingham mother
John Gillingham father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
John R Gillingham brother 1874
Arthur H Gillingham brother 1878
Enid Frances Gillingham sister 1880
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Pamela Field Simmons nee Crossley wife 21st July 1950
Mary Ryder Matthews wife 2nd July 1910
Religion
DateReligionSource
1899 Anglican - Church of Eng, Irl, Wales or other

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription M2740
1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription M2740
1911 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription M2740
England & Wales births 1837-2006 Transcription M2740
England & Wales births 1837-2006 Transcription M2740
England & Wales marriages 1837-2005 Transcription M2740

External Evidence

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Crockford's Clerical Directory M2740
London Gazette M2740
Who's Who M2740
The Greatest: Cricketing Clergy M2740
Chaplains in World War One M2740
Philanthropy and Voluntary Action in the First World War: Mobilizing Charity M2740
The Final Over: The Cricketers of Summer 1914 M2740

Multimedia

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