Frederick Vodrey (1845 - 1897) was an English businessman from Wolstanton, Staffordshire who emigrated to Ireland sometime in the late 19th century. He is thought to be a cousin of Jabez Vodrey, a potter who emigrated from Staffordshire to the United States in 1820. On November 9th, 1891, Frederick Vodrey married Annie Margaret Cuthbert in the Presbyterian Church in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. They had three children, Frederick Cuthbert Vodrey, Eileen Evelyn Vodrey and Harold Robert Vodrey.
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