Frederick John Lazell, East Surrey

1898 Mar 9. Born Halliford, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex

1901 census at Halliford, Sunbury

1911 census at Upper Halliford Shepperton Middlesex

1914 Aug 28. Landed in France with RAMC

1918 Aug 14 Commissioned 2nd Lt

1920 Feb 14, E. Surr. R.— 2nd L/t. F. J. Lazell to be Lt.

1920 Sep 2. E. Surr. R.—Lit. F. J. Lazell retires, receiving a gratuity.

1920 Oct 13. Joined ADRIC with service no 706 . Posted to G Coy as a Section Leader

1920 Dec 1 to 14 Dec on Leave

1920 Dec 20. Married Anna Lydia Alt in Kingston Surrey

1921 Jul 13 to 28 Jul on Leave

1921 Sep 8 to 12 Sep on Leave

1921 Oct 25. Michael Brooks. a 48 year old farmer was found dead under his cart. The ADRIC lorries were some of the traffic that passed him, and so gave evidence at the inquest. There is no suggestion that this is anything other than an accident. Included in the G Coy men who witnessed the cart en route are DI1 HSL Hemming , S/Leader HR Gates, S/Leader FJ Lazell , T/Const W Mudge

1922 Jan 19. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Aug 25. They owned the "Railway Inn" in Dover. He got the licence before going to Canada in 1924.

1924 Apr 17. Frederick and Anne Lazell of Woodbridge Cottage, Upper Haliford, Middlesex travel 3rd class to Quebec on SS Minnedosa. They intend to settle in Canada he is seeking "land work". His profession is "none". Their daughter Anita aged 9 months travels too

1945 Dec 1. E. Surrey R. Lt. F. J. Lazell (59948) having attained the age limit of liability to recall, ceases to belong to the Res. of Offrs.

1958 Jul 17 Died in Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada aged 60