More About JEFFREY ALAN DYSON: HGN: 13/004
Occupation 1: 1960, Gardener Stanmer Nursery Brighton
Occupation 2: Bet. 1961 - 1991, Police Officer
Occupation 3: Bet. 1991 - 2003, Planning Enforcement Officer
Residence 1: Bet. 1941 - 1978, 112 Hollingbury Park Avenue Brighton
Residence 3: 1978, 27 Mill Way East Grinstead
More About PATRICIA JOAN DENYER: HGN: 13/004W
Occupation 1: Dental Nurse
Occupation 2: Mental Aftercare Worker
Residence 1: 1943, Kemp Town Brighton
Residence 3: 1966, 112 Hollingbury Park Avenue Brighton
Residence 4: 1978, 27 Mill Way East Grinstead
ii. DAVID MICHAEL DYSON, b. 24 Feb 1945, Brighton; m. (1) PATRICIA HOLLOWAY, 25 Apr 1964, Brighton; b. 15 Jul 1946; m. (2) IRENE COOK, 23 Dec 2002, Shoreham Ssx.
More About DAVID MICHAEL DYSON: HGN: 13/005
More About PATRICIA HOLLOWAY: HGN: 13/005W1
More About IRENE COOK: DGN: 15/004W2
iii. BARBARA DORCAS ANN DYSON, b. 20 Feb 1948, Brighton; m. (1) BRIAN CHATE, 20 Sep 1969; m. (2) BEN AWCOCK, 10 Jan 1991.
More About BARBARA DORCAS ANN DYSON: HGN: 13/006
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More About BEN AWCOCK: HGN: 13/006H2
As will be noted from the last section my mother had a very disturbed childhood by moving many times thus attending several schools. Having completed her schooling she then worked for her parents, first assisting in the various hotelier businesses and then running the Fish and Chip shop in Coombe Terrace. Brighton.
It must be acknowledged that Edith Hollebone wore the trousers in their marriage and kept a tight reign on the purse strings. My mother recalled that after several years working in the chip shop and always smelling of chip fat she decided on a change and decided to get herself a job, not working in the family business. On her afternoon off she obtained a job working as a shop assistant in an umbrella shop in Western Road Brighton. On her return home she informed her mother. Edith’s response was, ‘How much will they be paying you?’ My mother replied, ‘19s 6d a week’ Edith replied, ‘I will need 15s for you keep, with your bus fares, you won’t be any better off.’ Needless to say my mother continued working in the Chip shop!