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John Andrew (Johann Andreas) 
Frerichs
1799 - 1866


John Andrew (Johann Andreas) 
Frerichs
, The Ochta Spinning Mill in Russia was set up by he and his brother Johann Heinrich (both Directors of De Jersey and Co,.) . Protestant. of Thirlestaine Hall, Leckhampton near Cheltenham, and Manchester, etc., England, Merchant. ship-builder, etc. Gloucestershire Record Office Architects' drawings and related papers Catalogue Ref. D4532 Creator(s): Rainger, Stride and Jones, Cheltenham, architects Cheltenham [Access Conditions] [Plans of Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum have been retained by Dr. S. Blake of the Museum] FILE [no title] - ref. D4532/5 - date: c.1855-c.1878 \_ [from Scope and Content] Include plan of Mr. Jordan's land, 1855 (site of Thirlestaine Hall marked); proposed house for J. A. Frerichs, Esq., 1857 (plans, sections, elevations; also perspectives and details of masonry and decorative features); stables and engine house for H. W. Freeman, 1876-78; gardener's cottage, n.d. ----------- Cheltenham By the 1850's Lucy Frerichs' father Johan had prospered and was looking for a home where his family could grow up. They seem to have already had a house in Landsdown Place in Cheltenham and it was here he chose to build his new house. Cheltenham was the perfect spot. Though it had been an insignificant market town up to the Eighteenth Century, in 1716 spa waters were discovered legend has it by residents watching how pigeons health improved when they drank from a particular spring. The Frerichs were accustomed to visiting spas in Europe and so living in a town where George III had made the spa fashionable suited hem admirably. Johan had his new home, Thirlestaine Hall, built in the 1850's, on the eastern outskirts of town. When his daughter married Count Stenbock in 1859 they used the house as their English residence while the Count was refurbishing his Italian castle. They were both in residence when their son Eric was born - unusually the Count registered the birth which may mean that Lucy was ill. When the Count died in 1861 his young widow stayed at her family home to bring up her son. By tradition she would have been in mourning for at least twelve months. When she met and married Francis Mowatt they continued to live at Thirlestaine Hall and after Johan's death in 1866 Mowatt bought the house. As leading lights in Cheltenham society the Mowatt's social life was well reported in local papers and they remained at the Hall until 1874 when they moved to Withdeane Hall in Brighton. Thirlestaine Hall is now GradeII listed and is the Headquarters of the Chelsea Building Society. Unfortunately the house is hidden from the road and the occupants are unwilling to allow photography.

Born: Bremen, Germany 22nd Jan 1799 Baptised:
Died: Bad Kirchber, nr Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria, Germany 3rd Nov 1866 Buried:
Family:
Frerichs

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
John Andrew (Johann Andreas) 
Frerichs
(
Prestin
,
Barnes
) 1799 - 1866
2.
Peter 
Frerichs
(
Weber
) ante 1765 - ante 1812
4.
Jacob 
Frerichs
(
Loesekan
) 1732 - ante 1819
5.
Helene 
Loesekan
(
Frerichs
) ante 1746 - ante 1774
3.
Anne Rebekka 
Weber
(
Frerichs
) ante 1776 - 1853
6.
7.

Siblings


1.
Helene 
Frerichs
(
Knoop
) 1792 - post 1812
2.
Anna Rebekka 
Frerichs
(
Knoop
) 1793 - 1877
3.
Anna Geneta 
Frerichs
(
Otto
) 1794 - post 1810
4.
Anna Heman 
Frerichs
* 1796
5.
Jacob Andreas (Andreas) 
Frerichs
1797 - ante 1881
6.
Hermann 
Frerichs
(
Kleine
) 1800 - 1879
7.
Peter 
Frerichs
(
Pieper
) 1801 - post 1826
8.
Heinrich Hermann 
Frerichs
(
d'Aquin
) * 1803
9.
August H. 
Frerichs
* 1805
10.
Johanna J.C. 
Frerichs
* 1807
11.
Dorathea M.H. 
Frerichs
* 1809
12.
Johann Heinrich 
Frerichs
(
Spreen
,
Folkmann
) 1811 - 1868

Spouses



1. ante 1838
F/? 
Prestin
(
Frerichs
) + ante 1838

2. Kingston-on-Hull, , , 8th Sep 1838
Lucy Jennings 
Barnes
(
Frerichs
) 1806 - 1850

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Lucy Jennings 
Barnes
(
Frerichs
) 1806 - 1850
1.
Lucy Sophia 
Frerichs
(
von Stenbock
,
Mowatt
) 1839 - 1896
1a.
Eric Friedrich Diederich Magnus 
von Stenbock
(
Frerichs
) 1834 - 1861
1.1.
Eric Magnus Andreas Stanislaus (Harry) 
von Stenbock
1860 - 1895
1b.
Sir Francis (Frank) 
Mowatt
(
Frerichs
) 1837 - 1919
1.2.
Mary Hilda (Hilda) 
Mowatt
(
Russell
) 1865 - post 1904
1.3.
Francis (Frank) Herbert 
Mowatt
(
Bennitt
) 1867 - 1919
1.4.
Lucy Winifred 
Mowatt
1869 - post 1939
1.5.
Lt.Col. Charley Ryder John 
Mowatt
1873 - 1943
1.6.
Godfrey (Goff) Frerichs 
Mowatt
(
Frend
) 1874 - 1958 ...
1.7.
Margaret (Maggie) Honor 
Mowatt
c. 1876 - 1930
2.
John Henry (Harry) 
Frerichs
1841 - 1859
3.
Frances (Fanny) Isabella 
Frerichs
(
Karg von Bebenburg
) 1847 - 1899
3a.
Joseph Theodor Johann Baptiste 
Karg von Bebenburg
(
Frerichs
) 1833 - 1899
3.1.
Gabriella 
Karg von Bebenburg
1870 - 1890
3.2.
Elsa Maria Louisa 
Karg von Bebenburg
(
Gemmingen von Massenbach
) 1871 - 1959 ...
3.3.
Theodor Clemens Hubertus 
Karg von Bebenburg
(
Lahmeyer
) 1874 - 1922 ...
Sources

Census

Timeline


???Made a will (will)
22nd Jan 1799Born Bremen, Germany
ante 1838Married
F/? 
Prestin
(
Frerichs
) + ante 1838
8th Sep 1838Married
Lucy Jennings 
Barnes
(
Frerichs
) 1806 - 1850 Kingston-on-Hull
6th May 1840MARR/ROLE WITN Chorlton, Lancs., England
1841Head of household in 1841 census (census) Manchester, England
1861Head of household in 1861 census (census) Cheltenham, Gloucs., England
3rd Nov 1866Died Bad Kirchber, nr Bad ReichenallBad Kirchber, nr Bad Reichenall, nr Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria, Germany
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