My Great-Great Grandad Albert John Tizzard. 1900-1978. By Jake Farrell. Albert. My Nanny. My Great Nana. My Family Tree Albert is my Great Great Grandad. My Mum. Me. Albert John Tizzard A Life in Pictures.
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By Jake Farrell
My Great Nana
My Family Tree
Albert is my Great Great Grandad
“For Future Memories, Yours Truly Albert 6-7-1914”
Albert signed up for the army in the World War One in 1918. Here are some pictures and some notes Albert made about his time in the war we think it says “Jake...17th...white on draft leave for Germany came until Sat 8th Feb went back Sat 15th with extension of 2 days given on the 15th Feb1919. Janet Stone .....Tizzard
Stationed at Blackdouche Farnborough”
Albert’s Uncle also fought in World War 1 unfortunately he never came back.
Albert met Jane because her dad Albert Stone and her mum Eliza Winslade owned the Tankard pub in Walworth Road where Albert lived.
They had 3 daughters Doreen (born1922) Gweneth (1925-1999) and Pamela (1931-1986 my Great Nana).
As well as working in the shop at 182 Walworth Road. Albert played in 2 bands 1 called the Anglo Novelty 5 and the Tizzard 3.He played the violin.They were famous around the London dance halls.He bought home liquor chocolates for Jane who would get tipsy.
Jane and Albert with their 3 daughters and husbands at a Freemasons dinner