Sunday, October 19, 2014

Wallace William Norman

Wallace Norman appears in Chailey Parish Magazine in January and March 1916 in a special list of attested men.  He does not appear to have served in His Majesty’s forces and there is no further mention of him in published roll calls. 

Wallace William Norman appears on the 1901 census of England and Wales as a 20 year old brickyard assistant; son of Ephraim Norman who, along with his brother Richard Norman, owned Chailey brickworks.  Ephraim is noted on the census as a 58 year old widower, an employer and a brick, tile and pottery manufacturer.  Also living at the same address was Wallace Norman’s sister, 18 year old Lizzie Mabel Norman.

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