Move from 47 St. George Street to Goswell Road

Photograph of employees taken during the move from St. George in the East to Leverington Street in 1915.
 
The people in the picture are, from left to right:
(An asterix * indicates that the person is wearing the "On War Service 1915 badge)
 
Back Row:
  1. Joe Phillips (Foreman Carpenter)
  2. Ernie ? (Scalemaker)
  3. Jimmy Welsh (Outdoor Mechanic)
  4. Tom Hampshire (Outdoor Mechanic, brother of Joe)
  5. Unknown
  6. Dick Bolding
  7. Bob Chinery (Horse & Van Driver)
  8. Cross
  9. Drake
10. *Fred Myers (Blacksmith)
11. *Alf Shakespeare (Blacksmith)
 
Second Row (standing):
  1. Unknown
  2. Jimmy Eyre (Driver)
  3. Ernie Perrin (Scaleshop Foreman)
  4. Unknown
  6. Joe Anderson
  7. Joe Baker
  8. *Joe 'Ginger' Day (Spices)
11. Frank Plumb (Outdoor Fitter)
 
Third Row (seated):
  1. Unknown
  2. Unknown
  3. John MacNaughton (Office Clerk, later Co. Sec)
  4. Miss Stagg (Secretary)
  5. Charles Freebody (Sundries Dept - Buyer)
  6. *A. Fitz Herbert
  8. Harry Bush
  9. Coates
10. Joe Hampshire (H&S bought his business in 1904)
 
Front Row:
  1. Collins
  2. Tight
  3. Unknown
  4. Lequex (French refugee)
  5. Unknown
  6. Unknown
  8. Temple
  9. John Compton
10. Unknown
 
 
 

 
Move from 47 St. George Street to Goswell Road

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