Frederick CLAYSON [1858-1913]
Deputy Commissioner of Maritime Customs China. Also, 3rd Assistant at Shanghai. Joined customs in October 1879. - The Chronicle and Directory for China, japan, Corea, Indo-China, Straits ...
Father-in-law Captain William Gore Annelsey
Died at Farnham, Surrey, England
The A-C Herald & S-C & C Gazette March 11th 1904 WE note in the papers to hand by the German mail under the heading Oxford University Intelligence, that the examiners have elected to the DaWs Chinese scholarship, Mr. Fredrick Clayson of the Imperial Customs service. The scholarship which is awarded for proficiency in the Chinese language and literature, is of the value of £45 a year and tenable for two years. Mr. Clayson went home from this last year after being in charge of the Shanghai Greneral Office for some time He is a member of the Volvmteer corpn and not so long ago was well known id the Fire brigade. His friends here, ann in several of the outports, will join is., congratulations on his University success.