Frederick John Angier1

 
 
 
M, #1658, b. circa 1826, d. 20 December 1881
 
  • FamiliaRibeiro*: Mentioned in Família Ribeiro.
  • Occupation: "when he married, he handed his daughter Edith Maria Angier into the care of Matilde Rosália Barreto, who raised her in Macau."
  • Birth*: Circa 1826 at St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, UK.1,2
  • HK Almanacks*: See Almanacks;  .
  • Occupation: Quando casou, entregou a sua filha natural aos cuidados de Matilde Rosália Barreto, que a educou em Macau / When he married, he handed his daughter Edith Maria Angier into the care of Matilde Rosália Barreto, who raised her in Macau
  • Death*: 20 December 1881 He died on board the P&O ship "Clyde" at Aden on his his way back to England.3
  • Occupation*: He first arrived in Hong Kong in 1843 on board the troop ship "Lady Amherst", where he worked as a teller of the "Oriental Bank", and was promoted to accountant in 1846. In 1854, with William Henry Allanson, he founded in a society of sea captains under the firm "Angier & Allanson", with headquarters in Macau and branches in Canton and Shanghai.

    He returned to England in 1857 when he founded the "London & China Telegraph" and the "London & China Express".

    He returned periodically to Hong Kong to pursue his business in 1858/1869 percent in 1880, dying on his return from the last visit.

    When he married, he handed his illegitimate daughter to the care of Matilde Rosália Barreto who educated her in Macau.
  • HK Juror Lists*: See HK Jurors Lists.

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-674.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.