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Marriage: Children:
  1. Muriel Beatrice Underhill: Birth: 23 MAY 1886 in England. Death: 8 NOV 1979 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

  2. Reginald Underhill: Birth: 1887 in England. Death: 18 NOV 1916 in Beaucourt,Albert,France

  3. Ella Margaretta Underhill: Birth: 27 JUN 1889 in Tipton,Stafford,England. Death: 18 JUL 1982 in Calgary,Alberta,Canada

  4. Frederic Clare Underhill: Birth: 13 SEP 1890 in Tipton,Stafford,England. Death: 22 MAY 1982 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

  5. James Theodore Underhill: Birth: 19 MAY 1892 in Mosely,Stafford,England. Death: 2 OCT 1976 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

  6. Charles Bertram Underhill: Birth: 1894. Death: 27 MAR 1916 in Albert,France

  7. William Leslie Lambe Underhill: Birth: 2 JUL 1895 in Mission,British Columbia,Canada. Death: 18 AUG 1984 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

  8. Sybil Mary Underhill: Birth: 30 OCT 1896 in Mission,British Columbia,Canada. Death: 22 JUN 1991 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

  9. Helen Elizabeth Underhill: Birth: 3 APR 1901 in British Columbia,Canada. Death: 15 MAR 1987

  10. John Edward Underhill: Birth: 3 SEP 1902 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada. Death: 14 JUL 1974

  11. Benjamin Arthur Underhill: Birth: 12 APR 1906 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada. Death: 18 JUL 1907 in Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada

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a. Note:   re [1868 - 1872]. His father's house, where he was raised, was about half a block south of the railway station at Tipton, and probably looks today as it did them. As a young man Frederick undertook medical studies at Edinburgh, earning his LRCP in 1881, FRCS in 1884 and DPH [ Public Health] in 1897.
  Frederick moved from Tipton to Mission BC in 1894 and set up a medical practise there. His territory, however, extended up the Fraser Canyon along the old Caribou Wagon Road for some distance. He served the medical needs of this big area by "horse and rib". Anecdotes from the Vancouver Archives tell of Dr Underhill 'riding shotgun' on some of his stage trips back from Barkerville.
  In 1894 the family was flooded out by the great Fraser flood of that year, and Dr U returned alone to Edinburgh to complete graduate work in Public Health.
  He returned to Canada and moved to Vancouver where he raised his family in his West End home, - Broughton and Barkley - [known by the children as "The City Jail" because of the bars over the upstairs windows]. Frederick, in 1904 became the first Medical Health Officer of the young city of Vancouver. He was beloved in that position, and was active in that role until his death.
  Note: The spelling of "Frederick" is from Arthur Underhill's Genealogy; the Registry of Birth for Frederic Clare [FTU's son] shows FTU as 'Frederic' all newspaper articles from the early days of Vancouver refer to FTU as 'Frederick'
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