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Frederick George Hockley

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1918. Westland aircraft workers. (Frederick at centre).

Frederick George Hockley (c1878-1937)

OCCUPATION: Shepherd boy age 13yrs. [1]

Apprenticed to The Barry & South Wales Railway Co.

c1907 Moved to Yeovil:- Worked for Petters Ltd.(Makers of oil engines).

1918 Worked on Westland aircraft throughout WWI.

Metal turner at time of death 1937 aged 59.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census Fiche 6096062