Archive of Frederick Archer Ludlow


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1895 - 1944

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Frederick Archer Ludlow was born on 22 April 1861 in Nechells, Birmingham. He married Amelia "Millie" Foster on 22 January 1891 in Fulwood, Lancashire. He travelled the world, living in numerous countries for short periods of time including Jersey before moving to live in the island permanently on 24 November 1939. Whilst in Jersey he stayed at the Royal Yacht Hotel, St Brelade's Bay Hotel, Dene Cottage and Hotel Normandie before moving to live at Sunnypool, 3 Havre des Pas on 23 January 1943. He died at Sunnypool on 28 February 1944. The collection contains Frederick Archer Ludlow's personal papers including Red Cross letters he sent and received during the Occupation, correspondence with family and friends, diaries including Occupation diaries, photographs, newscuttings and financial records.


Foster, Amelia
Ludlow, Amelia, née Foster
Ludlow, Frederick Archer
Royal Yacht Hotel
St Brelade's Bay Hotel
Hotel Normandie


Fulwood | Nechells | St Brelade's Bay Hotel | Sunnypool, Havre des Pas | Accounts | Correspondence | diaries | Letters | Occupation | Red Cross

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