Frederick Hotten in the uniform of the Royal Artillery in which he served as a regular soldier throughout the First World War.
Frederick collected a number of photographs and postcards while on war service, some of which he posted home.
Index of Postcards
War Record Card
The G.P.O. telephone directories for 1943 and 1945 shows Frederick living at 6 York Road, Leyton. Telephone LEYtonstone 3874.
The 1946 issue shows him to be at 4 Brooke Court, Harrow Green, Leyton with the same phone number.
At the time only five Hottens were listed in the whole of London.
1949 - 37 Fourth Avenue, Porters Field, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton.
£1,417. Probate to Kenneth Reginald Coleman, legal executive and Leslie Robert Knight, civil servant. (Sons-in-Law)
With first wife Grace
Born:- 11 June 1895 - 73 West Road, West Ham 4a/101
Died:- 9 April 1965 - Waltham Forest 5E/299
Occupation:- Grocers assistant (1911)
Occupation:- Railway crane driver, Stratford Temple Mills.
Grace Violet Lilian Hulme
7 April 1919 - West Ham 4a/809 (West Ham Register Office)
Born:- 27 August 1895 - South Stoneham, Southampton 2c/94
Died:- 11 February 1949 - Leyton, London E10
Studio portraits of Grace Hulme.
Informal photos from the family photo album.
1 July 1950 - Spiritualist Church, Strone Road, Manor Park, London
East Ham, 5a/137