Alfred started work in August for GER at Liverpool Street Station.
1901: no number nor name
Alfred Pack, 32, blacksmith, b Litlington
Frederica née Thurley, 30, b Royston
Walter H, 3, b Hants
Alfred Pack, 42, blacksmith GER,
Walter Harding, 13,
1912: Frederica died.
Alfred Pack, blacksmith
Alfred married Edith Emma Green.
In September 1913 Alfred and family, as well as Green in-laws sailed on RMS Otranto to Australia. They arrived at Brisbane after 45 days.
The Museum of holds a copy of Alfred’s diary.
Alfred joined the Queensland Railway and became a foreman based in Brisbane.
In 1916 Walter enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces. By February 1917 he was in England. He was killed in action in October of that year.
To read the whole of the Pack family history held by the Museum of Cambridge: Pack family history
Richard C F Squires
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