Frank David Holmes (31 July 1870 - 28 October 1941) was a publican and local politician.

The son of Alfred John Holmes, a gas-fitter, and his wife Emma, he was born in Pimlico. The family moved to Bermondsey where he attended school. He initially gained employment in the printing industry working as a machine ruler. In 1895 he was living in Wimbledon and married Ellen Augusta Sandle.

The couple had a number of children, moving between the south London suburbs of Camberwell, Clapham and Brixton.

He left the printing industry and became the landlord of the Cedars Hotel, 60 North End Road, Fulham by 1921, retaining it until his death.

Municipal Reform Party Member of the London County Council 1922-8 for Fulham East

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