Cleall

The Cleall Family lived at Povington


Francis Henry ‘Frank’ Cleall

Francis Henry ‘Frank’ Cleall was baptised on 6 July 1884 at Chaldon Herring. In 1911 Frank, aged 26, and his two brothers Charles, aged 21 and Walter, aged 16, were boarding at West Whiteway.

Charles was killed in WW1 and is commemorated on the memorial plaque in Tyneham Church.

Frank married Frances Amelia Charles of Steeple parish in 1912. Frank died after notice of eviction was served but before the evacuation took place.

Private CHARLES JOB CLEALL
113367, 257th Coy., Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)
who died age 27
on 02 November 1917
Son of John and Hannah Cleall.

Probate 1945

Frances Amelia CLEALL nee CHARLES died 18 February 1944

CLEALL Frances Amelia of 1 West Walls Wareham Dorsetshire died 18 February 1944. Probate Winchester 30 May (1945) to Walter James Cleall storekeeper.
Effects £288 10s. 6d.

[Frances Amelia Charles was baptised 28 May 1882 at West Lulworth and was living at Egliston (Tyneham) by 1891 with her parents and six siblings. By 1911 Frances was living at Hollow Ditch (West Creech). She married Francis Henry ‘Frank’ Cleall in 1912. She died just three months after the December 1943 evacuation of her Povington home.]

 

Francis Henry CLEALL died 6 December 1943 

CLEALL Francis Henry of Povington East Lulworth Wareham Dorsetshire died 6 December 1943 at The Dorchester Infirmary. Administration Winchester 11 June (1945) to Walter James Cleall storekeeper. Effects £301 12s.

[Francis Henry ‘Frank’ Cleall was baptised on 6 July 1884 at Chaldon Herring. In 1911 Frank, aged 26, and his two brothers Charles, aged 21 and Walter, aged 16, were boarding at West Whiteway. Charles was killed in WW1 and is commemorated on the memorial plaque in Tyneham Church. Frank married Frances Amelia Charles of Steeple parish in 1912. Frank died after notice of eviction was served but before the evacuation took place.]