Alfred George Baggott - Butcher.
At approximately this date the Baggott business moves
to larger premises next door at No
9 although the family continue to own No 11 and
use it as their business address. At this date Alfred's
son, Fred (Buffy) Baggott begins
to take over the running of the business.
(Source: P G Parke, Fred's grandson.)
Lancelot Rouse - Confectioner, lets
the shop from the Baggotts
Doreen Bessie Baggott - Confectioner.
Doreen (nee English) is the wife of Fred Baggott
who is now trading as a butcher next door at
No 9. During the Depression, she decides to set
up in business on her own account, making and selling
sweets in the old family butchers premises here at
No 11.. (Source: P G Parke, her Grandson)