1. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.126
2. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour5C GQS

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Early Life :

There are several connections which need to be brought together to research this individual. The key is understanding that he joined Freemasonry in London in 1908 as a Chief Officer in the Mercantile Marine. Knowing he is born circa 1877 also helps to understand that his is the son of Robert William Horne and Elizabeth Mary Newell.

Location connections, bring together Bristol, London (Ilford/West Ham) and Liverpool. He married Amy Matilda Pemberton in 1904.

Education & Career :

Certified Second Mate (of a Foreign Going Ship) 4th Nov 1897.
Certified First Mate (of a Foreign Going Ship) 28th Oct 1904.
Chief Officer, Mercantile Marine (1908). [Lodge record].
Certified Master (of a Foreign Going Ship) 22 Apr 1910.

Service Life:


Unit / Ship / Est.: Not Yet Known 


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Detail :

One probate record shows: HORNE, Frederick John of 69 Empress Avenue, Ilford, Essex died 13 February 1917 at Royal Southern Hospital, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Probate London 21st March to Amy Matilda Horne, widow. Effects £981 2s. 2d.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Lodge of United Strength No. 228 E.C.London

14th April 1908
18th May 1908
8th December 1908

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