29 January 1851: Ships entered outwards from the port of London: bound for Algoa Bay, Siren, [captain:] Moore, British, 176 tons, shipper: Fry
12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Avening: Abode: Ashley, Wiltshire:William Fry. Parish of Tetbury: Abode: Tetbury: Charles Fry, William Fry. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Charlton Kings: Abode: Charlton Kings: Thomas Fry
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Fanny Meatyard, 17 St James’s Place, St James’s Street, Middlesex, private hotel keeper, in favour of William F. Fry
27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers: Hamlet of Barton St Mary: Yorick Evans Fry, house, Cambridge Street
25 March 1880: Holder: Wilson, Mathieson & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: Hunter, Barr, & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: Alexander Paton & Co., 123 Argyle Street, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: William McLaren, Sons, & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow.
18 August 1880: ‘Creech St Michael. The first meeting of the Creech Athletic Society was held on Friday afternoon, in a field called ‘Cowleaze’, belonging to Mr Fry of that place, who also took a prominent part in the management. Mr Somerville officiated as umpire, and Mr Fry, jun., as starter. The Creech drum and fife band played alternately with a band from Taunton, led by Mr Summerhayes.’ …
28 August 1891: For sale: Bees, hives, beehouse, crates, and sundries. Cheap. Fry, Calcot, Reading.
For sale: Cooking apples, 40lb. 5/-, on rail, cash. Fry, Curry Rivel, Taunton
January 1932: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: E. A. Fry, 23 Guinness Trust, S.W.10 (family membership); C. W. Fry, 19 North Avenue, Carshalton
20 June 1933: South London Central Schools’ Sports held at Battersea Park. [The results list names these boys of Clapham Central School, trained by Mr Adams and Mr Catling, who took part: Premiers: A. Wright, R. Nall, H. West, A. Bradley, A. Kelsall, J. Furnell, V. Reakes, D. Macdonald, Melhuish, R. Finney, G. Clarkson, P. Fry, J. Watson, H. Bond, A. Ratcliffe. Seniors: A. Cook, N. Hutton, E. Nicholls, H. Carter, A. Kirk, E. Mills, G. Bond, D. Tyers, A. Goff, T. Robinson, W. Hill, F. Dorsett. Juniors: E. Clemens, P. Macmahon, W. Gilbert, E. Ives. Report by D. W. Thrift];
July 1933: The following boys came top in their forms in the last final term examinations. Before the economy campaign the L.C.C. would have given each boy a book or some other valuable prize, but now these boys have to be content with a certificate. Form 6: 1 J. V. Gibbs; 2 H. C. Carter; 3 V. J. Bradbury; 4 D. J. Fry; 5 W. C. Hill
28 January 1948: A. Fry, percussion, London Philharmonic Orchestra
12 June 1951: V. M. Fry, soprano, The Alexandra Choir
January 1957: Members of the Amateur Fencing Association: Sir Leslie Fry, K.C.M.G., O.B.E.; Courtney Fry