Aireborough Historical Society

Brayshaw, Alfred Lesley


Alfred Leslie Brayshaw

Title
Alfred Lesley Brayshaw
Date 1958
Location Yeadon
Photo ID
E100
Comment
On the right is Mr A L Brayshaw, the two men are holding drawers which are to be fitted into a new showman's living wagon. 
 
In the background is an older wagon which is being given attention, the workshop was on Marshall Street.
The one on the left is his brother-in-law Ben Baxter who worked as a painter and decorator for Brayshaws. 
Friday, May 03, 2013
Caroline
Mr Alfred Leslie Brayshaw is/was my Great Grandad. 
I came across this site by accident when
Carrs22
Hi I was reading one of your comments on history of brawshaws that some body had posted about my grandad who is in the photo . My grandad is Ernest Carr the French polisher and is still fit and well . He is 100 this year . I would like to get in touch with ( my mate kev) as known on your website .
jeanwalker60
Does anyone know if he is related to Louie Brayshaw 
She was my mother's aunt.
Rockinglady
My father was a coach painter at Brayshaws many years ago. I remember Ernest Carr Pleased to hear that he is still fit and well. My maiden name was Preston my fathers name was Robinson Preston better known as Robbie.
 
i was looking for something else
 
T459

C1910: Alfred is wearing a sailor suit, a very popular outfit for young boys at this time.

He was a member of the Brayshaw family who were renowned for manufacturing custom made vans and waggons for travelling showmen at their works on Marshall Street.

Donated by Roger Brayshaw




 

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