In the first week of November 1915, John Learwood Griffiths volunteered and was in France by 18 Arpil When Ethelbert George Griffiths was conscripted on the 14th October 1916, his family had only just received the worrying news that his brother John was …
George Griffiths (1893), 22, and his elder brother (by one year) Harry (1892), 23, were both very fit and experienced bushmen who were working for a Mr Murphy at Tokomaru Bay on the East Cape when they had registered for war service in
George Griffiths worked in ALLISON STONE (WIGAN) LIMITED, INDIGO PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIMITED, URMSTON MASONIC HALL LIMITED(THE), LACUSTRINE LIMITED, ALLIANCE PILING (NORTHWEST) LIMITED, ALLIANCE PILING (SPECIAL PROJECTS) LIMITED as a Company secretary, a Manager, an Office manager.
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Then there was George Griffiths. He had come to Queensland in and, by the turn of the century, had built up his small ironmonger business into a large foundry company at Toowoomba making metal windmills and railway rolling stock.
George Griffiths – Bury St Edmunds & Ipswich Franchise George, who is originally from New Zealand, is a qualified Accountant and spent many years working for a number of motor dealerships. Redundancy provided George with the motivation to work for himself.