Julian FRIZELLE (1871-1937)
Julian Frizelle (1871-1937) was the husband of Francis Emily Frizelle who was the hostess at Oakover, Simla, where Cyril Sladden went to convalesce In June 1916 after being wounded in Mesopotamia.
Julian Frizelle was born on 30th July 1871 in Rawalpindi, India, the son of Joseph Frizelle (later Sir Joseph Frizelle) of the Bengal Civil Service, and his wife, Elizabeth. Julian was baptized at Christ Church, Rawalpindi, on 14th August 1871.
Following education in England, Julian joined the Indian Army, first being commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant on 31st August 1892.
Julian Frizelle married Frances Emily Waterfield on 27th December 1899 at Christ Church, Rawalpindi. They had four children: twin girls and two younger sons born in the first decade of the 20th century.
Julian Frizelle continued to serve with the Indian Army during the First World War. A letter written by Cyril Sladden on 6th May 1917 reveals that he was constantly moving between Lahore and Rawalpindi.
Julian and Frances Frizelle retired to England. Julian died at North Court, Bishop’s Sutton, Alresford, Hampshire, on 12th January 1937.