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Fred Pelly

Old Foresters FC & Corinthians FC

3 caps, 0 goals

P 3 W x D x L x F x: A x
x% successful

1893-94

disciplined: none
captaincies:
none
minutes played:
270

Profile

Full name Frederick Raymond Pelly
Born 11 August 1869 at New Place, Upminster, Essex [no registration found].
His death registry and various census returns confirm Pelly's birthyear as 1869, not 1868

Census Notes

According to the 1871 census, Fred is the fifth of six children to Captain Richard Wilson and Catherine Jane. They have three visitors and seven servants at New Place in Upminster. His father is a retired captain of the Royal Navy.

According to the 1881 census, the parents and five of the children including Fred, now live at 7 Forest Rise in Walthamstow. There are seven servants and three visitors. His father is still a Royal Navy Captain (no longer retired).

According to the 1891 census, still at Forest Rise, Fred is one of the seven children living with their widowed mother. They have two visitors and seven servants. Fred is a merchant.
According to Passenger Lists, Fred left New York for Southampton on board the Berlin, arriving in April 1895.

Cannot not be found on the 1901 or 1911 census' but Kelly's Directory puts him in Fernbank, Church Road in Buckhurst Hill from 1902 until 1922.
According to Passenger Lists, Fred left Liverpool on 16 November 1907 for New York on the Mauretania. With his wife, they returned to New York on 14 June 1909 on board the Kronprinz Wilhelm. On 23 May 2010 they left for Buenos Aires on board the Aragon, and back to New York from Southampton on board the Oruba on 1 May 1911. 

According to the London Electoral Registers, from 1921 until 1939, Frederick Raymond and his wife, Beatrice Alice were living at 22 St. James Place in Pall Mall.
According to Passenger Lists, on 3 May 1919, they left London for Gibraltar on board the Arzila.
They returned from Cape Town on board the Walmer Castle, arriving in Southampton on 20 August 1920.
On 17 February 1921, they left London, bound for Port Said, Egypt on board the Kalyan.
To New York on the Aquitania from Southampton on 22 January 1922, alone.
On 19 January 1923, they left for Melbourne, Australia on board the Narkunda from London.
They arrived in New York again on 5 May 1923 on board the OLympic.
Again, they left for Port Said on 15 February 1924, again on board the Kalyan from London. 
He and Beatrice boarded the Kaisar-I-Hind from London on 20 March 1925 bound for Marseille.
They left London on 12 March 1926 bound for Algiers on board the Morvado, they returned to Plymouth on 10 April 1926 via Sydney, Australia, on board the Cathay.
They were still on the Cathay when they left for Colombo, Sri Lanka on 28 January 1927 from London, they returned on 23 March 1927 on the Nelgara.
They returned from Brisbane on 19 April 1928 at London on board the Mooltan. 
On 16 March 1929, they left for Naples on board the Osterley from London.
They returned to London on 10 May 1929 from Brisbane on board the Otranto.
Back to New York on 5 March 1930 on the Majestic from Southampton, and again to New York on the Aquitania from Southampton on 11 March 1931. Leaving for Cherbourg on 7 April 1931 on board the Berangaria.
They left Southampton, bound for Quebec, on board the Empress of Britain, on 27 August 1932, they returned on 22 September 1932 on the same ship.
On 7 February 1933, they arrived in London from Monaco on board the Belgenland.
They returned to Naples on 31 March 1934 on board the Ormonde, from London.
They left Istanbul for Southampton onboard the Orontes on 1 May 1934. 
On 27 February 1936, they both left for Kingston, Jamaica on board the Cacare from Avonmouth, they returned on board the Camito, arriving in Southampton on 25 April 1936.
Back to Port Said on 13 March 1937 on board the Viceroy of India from London.
They left London for Durban on board the Dunbar Castle on 11 February 1938, and left Southampton for Durban again on board the Arundel Castle on 22 April 1938.
More information is revealed about Fred in the British Phone Books, from 1922 until 1940, his address was at Presham House in Upham and he could be contacted on B.Waltham 31.

Married to Beatrice Alice Delme-Radcliffe, 4 September 1906 [registered in St. George Hanover Square, September 1906].
Died 16 October 1940 at his home at Presham House, Upham, aged 71 years x days [registered as Pelley, in Droxford, Hampshire, December 1940]. He also lived at 22 St James' Place in London SW1. Left £472449 4s. 7d. to his accountants.
Height/Weight x' x", xst. xlbs [x].

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990] & Ancestry.com

Biographies x
 

x. - A Football Compendium, Peter J. Seddon (1999).

Club Career

Club(s) x
Club honours x
Individual honours x
Distinctions x

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990].

England Career

Player number One of seven who became the 199th players (201) to appear for England.
Position(s) x
First match No. 47, 25 February 1893, England 6 Ireland 1, a British Championship match at Wellington Road Football Ground, Perry Barr, Birmingham, aged x years x days.
Last match No. x, aged x years x days.
Major tournaments British Championship 1892-93;
Team honours British Championship winners 1892-93;
Individual honours None
Distinctions None

Beyond England

x.  - An English Football Internationalists' Who's Who. Douglas Lamming (1990). Hatton Press, p.x.

 

Fred Pelly - Career Statistics
Squads Apps Comp.
Apps
Starts Sub on Sub off Mins. Goals Goals Av.min Comp.
Goals
Capt. Disc.
- - - - - - - - - min - - None
Due to the fact that many matches rarely stuck to exactly ninety minutes long, allowing time for injuries, errors and substitutions.  The minutes here given can only ever be a guideline and cannot therefore be accurate, only an approximation.

 

Fred Pelly - Match Record - All Matches
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Away - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Neutral - - - - - - - - - - - - -
All - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 

Fred Pelly - Match Record - By Colour of Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
White - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Blue - - - - - - - - - - - - -
All - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 

Fred Pelly - Match Record - By Type of Match
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L

WCP

0 0 0 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 =0
WCF 0 0 0 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 =0
World Cup - - - - - - - - - - - - -

ECP

0 0 0 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 =0
ECF 0 0 0 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 =0
European Championship - - - - - - - - - - - - -
British Championship - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Friendly - - - - - - - - - - - - -
All - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 

Fred Pelly - Match Record - Tournament Matches
All Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
x - - - - - - - - - - - - -
All - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 

Fred Pelly - Match History
 Club:   F.C. - x full caps

Coach: x - x full capsx

Age 20
- u/o 19 December 1891 - England 6 Canadian-Americans 1, The Surrey Cricket Ground,The Oval, Kennington, London Fr HW Start rb
Age x
1 - x - x, x x x x x

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