Frederick Charles CLEMO [1897-????]
The earliest mentions of F C Clemo are in the Jurors Lists.
|c||Clemo||Frederick Charles||Engineer||China Light & Power Co.||Kowloon|
|c||Clemo||Frederick Charles||Superintendent||China Light & Power Co., Ld.||On premises|
At the time of writing we're still working on the lists for 1930-40. He isn't mentioned in the 1941 list.
He married Elizabeth Tollan on 14th Feb 1921. Here's the report on the wedding from page 4 of The Hong Kong Telegraph, 1921-02-14:
Mr. F. C. Clemo—Miss Tollan.
A wedding of considerable local interest took place at St. John's Cathedral this afternoon, when Miss Elizabeth Whittaker Tollan, daughter of Mr. Duncan Tollan, of the China and Japan Telephone Co., was married to Mr. Frederick Charles Clemo. A large number of friends assembled in the Cathedral to witness the ceremony and later at Wiseman's Cafe, where the reception was held.
The bride was attired in a creation of white satin charmeuse and georgette, with net and pearl trimming, and a veil of tulle, trimmed with pearl and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white and pink roses, and was given away by her father. She was attended by Miss Annie Tollan as bridesmaid, and by the Misses Lorna and Dorothy Tollan, and Edith Moses, as flower-girls. The bride wore a dress of apricot satin charmeuse, with cream lace and carried a bouquet of tea roses. The flower girls carried baskets of sweet peas. Mr. Leslie Elwood was “best man." The Rev. V. H. Copley Moyle performed the ceremony.
The honeymoon will be spent at Canton and Macao, the bride's going-away dress being accordian pleated with cape, and her hat of black satin.
The couple were the recipients of numerous presents. That from the bridegroom to the bride was a silver hand-bag, from the groom to the bridesmaid, a gold pendant, and to the flowergirls, gold crub bracelets.