Detective-Superintendent Frederick Andrew (1863 - 1911) - Sheffield Police 

The first report is from the Sheffield Daily Telegraph dated 26th October 1911

Deputy Chief Constable Mr. G. H. Barker's obituary

The second report is from Sheffield Daily Telegraph dated 27th October 1911. The funeral service at Pitsmoor Church and the subsequent interment was conducted by the Rev. D Parsons. The Reverend Dawson Parsons who was a much respected clergyman in the city, was to live another thirty years before dying in July 1941at the age of 73. He is also buried in Sheffield's Walkley Cemetery.

Probate Record for Superintendent Frederick Andrew 

Photograph taken 24th June 2012

Photograph taken 24th April 2016

1901 Census

1911 Census

Two of his sons were to die serving their country in the Great War

Joseph Andrew
Rank: Lance Corporal Service No:12/577 Date of Death:01/07/1916 Regiment/  Service: York and Lancaster Regiment 12th Bn. Panel Reference: Theipval Memorial Pier and Face 14 A and 14 B

John Andrew
Rank: Gunner Service No:213299 Date of Death:21/03/1918Age:20 Regiment/Service: Royal Field Artillery 86th Bde. 

Panel Reference: Bay 1. Memorial: Arras Memorial Additional Information: Son of Mrs. S. A. Andrew, of 69, Walkley Rd., Sheffield, and the late Detective Supt. F. Andrew, of Sheffield. A Civil Servant. 

Sources

Sheffield Daily Telegraph dated 26 and 27th October 1911

UK Census

Friends of Walkley Cemetery

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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