Major Henry Henzell Fraser Pidcock-Henzell JP, the Founding Junior Warden, was born in 1849, the eldest son of Henry Pidcock, of Oakfield, near Worcester, and went to Wellington in 1863. He was in the Hill.
He was a career infantry officer who served with the 63rd (West Suffolk), 103rd (Royal Bombay Fusiliers), 19th Princess of Wales’ Own Yorkshire (the Green Howards) and the Middlesex Regiments between 1869 and 1886, largely in India.
He was also sometime church warden at St Peter’s Farnborough and a Justice of the Peace, like his father.
He was initiated in to Tenby Lodge No 1177 in West Wales and later joined Farnborough and North Camp Lodge No 2203.