Maude, F S
SIR FREDERICK STANLEY MAUDE
Remembered with honour Baghdad (North Gate) Cemetery: Maude Tomb centre of cemetery.
Served in the Sudan and South Africa, as well as holding a number of positions of command. He was entitled to the Victory, British War and 1914 Star medals, his qualifying date being 23 October 1914, and died of cholera. He was mentioned in the London Gazette 28 January 1916, 13 July 1916 and 19 October 1916.
There are many articles about Stanley including: the West Herts and Watford Observer dated 24 April 1915, 26 June 1915, 10 March 1917, 3 November 1917, 24 November 1917, 1 December 1917, 8 December 1917, 15 December 1917, 9 February 1918 and 23 November 1918. Also, in the St Michael’s Church Parish Magazine dated April 1917 and December 1917.
Son of the late Sir Frederick Francis and Lady Catherine Mary (nee BISHOPP) MAUDE; husband of Lady Cecil Cornelia Marianne St Leger (nee TAYLOR) MAUDE of Hampton Court Palace.
His parents married 1853 in the Kensington, London, district. Dame Catherine died 23 January 1892 at Eccleston Square, Middx, aged 65, and was buried 28 January in Brompton Cemetery, London; Sir Frederick died 20 June 1897 in Torquay, Devon, aged 76, and was buried 25 June, also in Brompton Cemetery.
Stanley was born about 1864 in Gibraltar, and was educated at Eton and Sandhurst. He married 1 November 1893 at St Paul’s, Knightsbridge, London; they had three children. Dame Cecil died 15 February 1942 in Ealing, Middx, aged 75.
He has an entry in the National Probate Calendar.
On the 1871 Census, he is proving elusive. On the 1881 Census, he was a scholar aged 16 at Eton College, Bucks. On the 1891 Census, a Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Coldstream Guards aged 26, he lived in Chelsea Barracks, London. On the 1901 Census, he is presumably serving in South Africa. On the 1911 Census, a Lieutenant-General in the Army aged 46, he lived in Carsharlton, Surrey, with two children.
UnitMesopotamian Expeditionary Force
Date of death18/11/1917
Age at death53
Place of death
AwardsK.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.
- 1st S.W. Herts Scout Troop [in St Mary's Parish Church Watford] (4)
- Abbot's Langley Herts War Memorial (17)
- Aldbury Herts War Memorial (1)
- Aldenham Herts War Memorial (located in Letchmore Heath Herts) (8)
- All Saints Church Croxley Green Herts (12)
- All Saints Church Harrow Weald Middx (2)
- All Saints Church Hertford (1)
- All Saints Church King's Langley Herts (1)
- All Saints Church Leavesden Herts (31)
- All Saints Church Witham Essex (3)