June 1902-c.1913, Derby Street, Norwich, NFK. Source Family knowledge.
c.1913, St Thomas Road, Norwich, NFK. Source Family knowledge.
-1940, Drayton Road, Norwich, NFK, After marriage. Source Family knowledge.
1940-16 July 1983, 31 Denbigh Road, Norwich, NFK. Source Family knowledge.
Clicker for 3 weeks at Sexton, Son and Everard, where the Memorial Gardens, Norwich now is. The union demanded that only one boy was taken on for every 6 men, so the surplus boys, including Grandad, were laid off. Source Grandad or Uncle Jack.
Clicker for 3 years at Thomas Bowhill & Hubbard, Shoe factory. Source Grandad or Uncle Jack.
(Illegal) bookie's runner from Garden House pub, Denbigh Road. Source SFAK.
Member of the Home Guard during the war. He was given a rifle, told to take it
to bits to clean and couldn't get it back together. He wrapped the whole thing in a
newspaper and took it to Will who put it together again. His son
never saw the rifle again, so it seems that Fred learnt his lesson and decided to
surrender quietly in case of trouble. Source ERK & SFK
Until retirement, warehouseman at Dunlop Rubber Co. Lew got him the job. Source Grandad or Uncle Jack.
Punchard fish shop, Park Lane, Norwich after retirement. Source Family knowledge.