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35 (2) Romsey Road

History of 35 Romsey Road


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

In 1891 Alfred Pack was in Hampshire

Pack family history p.1

1911 (2)

Alfred Pack, 42, blacksmith GER,

Frederica, 40,

Walter Harding, 13,

1912 Frederica died.

1913 (2)

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.

Alfred Pack’s diary of journey to Australia (p1)

The Museum of holds a copy of Alfred’s diary.

Pack family history p.2

Alfred joined the Queensland Railway and became a foreman based in Brisbane.

Alfred Pack testimonial letter 1913

Alfred Pack testimonial letter 1913 (2)

Pack family history p.3

Pack family history p.4

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.

Pack family history p.5

Pack family history p.6

To read the whole of the Pack family history held by the Museum of Cambridge: Pack family history

Photos of the Pack family

Photos of the Pack family

1970 (35)

Richard C F Squires


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