|Royal Garrison Artillery|
Photos Courtesy James Else
His birthday fell on Guy Fawkes day the 5 November which is why he was so named. Guy was one of the three Else brothers on the Roll. After the war, he ran a garage at Ambergate with a brother. They later diversified into being omnibus proprietors at Heage. In 1924 he married Kathleen Howett-Simpson. He worked for Rolls-Royce and during WW2 owned and managed a small engineering business on St James’ Road at Derby.
28 June 1919
Amongst the Crich soldiers presently on leave are Privates Guy V. Else, son of Mr C.J. Else, Park Lodge, Fritchley and Harry V. Smith, son of Mr J.R. Smith, Roe's Lane, Crich. Both have come from Germany.
|Charles J.||Else||Head||35||Living on own means||Crich|
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1911: Park Lodge, Fritchley
|Charles Joseph||Else||Head||45||Farmer & private means||Crich|
|Charles Glossop||Else||son||19||Articled Surveyor||Crich|
|William Edwin||Else||son||17||Bank Clerk||Crich|
|Elizabeth Ann||Bowler||servant||20||Domestic general servant||Swanwick|
|Annie||Bunting||servant||17||Domestic general servant||Swanwick|
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1918 Crich voters
Guy Victor Else, Park Lodge; absent on military service.
1939 Register: Station Road, Repton
Guy V Else b.5 November 1897; engineer, works owner and manager
Kathleen M Howitt Else b.2 Mat 1901
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