Frederick Allan Beverstock

Frederick Allan Beverstock (1880 – 1951) was born in Bream, the son of a miner. His first job was at Norchard colliery and then at Princess Royal as a road repairer. He married Ellen Atwood in 1906 and had two children. He served as President of Bream Co-operative Society. He was a long-standing member of Bream Labour Party and served as a Secretary of an FDMA Lodge in Bream but was blacklisted for a while after the 1926 lockout.


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