The Family of Frederick Reginald Stockwell and
Annie Louisa Beach
Frederick Reginald Stockwell, b. 21 December 1880 at 17 Willington Road, Stockwell, Surrey. He married twice:
1. Annie Louisa Beach, b. 8 January 1870 at 39 Willow Walk, Southwark, Surrey; d. 18 January 1941 at Sutton & Cheam Hospital, Sutton, Surrey. They married on 13 March 1903 at Surrey Tabernacle, Wansey Street, Bermondsey, Surrey. They had 3 sons:
a. Reginald Stockwell, b. 21 December 1904 in Camberwell, Surrey; d. 30 December 1938 in Redhill, Surrey.
b. Robert Frederick Stockwell, b. 22 January 1907 at 38 Undine Street, Tooting, Surrey; d. 15 July 2002 at Chegworth Nursing Home, 23 Downs Side, Cheam, Surrey.
c. Arthur John Stockwell, b. 24 June 1910 at 38 Undine Street, Tooting, Surrey; d. 14 March 1986 in Croydon, Surrey.
2. Elizabeth Anne Cooke, b. 16 January 1886 at 250 Cornwall Road, Kensington, Middlesex; d. 3 May 1978 in Redhill, Surrey. They married on 30 January 1945 at Sutton Baptist Church, Sutton, Surrey.
Frederick Reginald Stockwell died on 22 February 1956 at 13 Quarry Park Road, Cheam, Surrey.
Frederick was the son of Robert Stockwell (1857 – 1922) and Mary Ann Stonell (1853 – 1913). Robert and Mary had 9 children.
Frederick worked in the family printing business until his retirement in 1945.
One of his accomplishments was the ability to use sign language. In the February 1909 issue of Our Magazine (the monthly magazine of the Strict Baptist Sunday School at Penrose Street, Walworth) it is recorded that a deaf and dumb boy received a prize and "the words spoken by the Pastor were interpreted by Mr Fred Stockwell".