William Hook Jnr.

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Croupier  1934,  1935,  1937,  1938
( probably also 1936 but it was not recorded )
 

Proposer of the Toast  “The Navy & The Army” or “Imperial Forces”  1929

Proposer of the Toast  “The Chairman”  1934

Proposer of the Toast  “Kindred Clubs”  1930

Proposer of the Toast  “The Croupiers”  1931

Reply to the Toast  “Kindred Clubs”   1932

Proposer of the Toast  “Our Hosts” or “The Landlord – Landlady”   1932

 

Served on the Club Committee

1929,  1930,  1931,  1932,  1933,  1934,  1935,  1936,  1937,  1938

 

Became a member of ‘Let it Blaw’   1925

 

First mentioned in Toast List/Programme 1929

Records show that in 1920, William Jnr. was staying at “Roseberry Cottage” in the village which, at that time, was owned by his mother Marion, the wife of William Hook Snr.