Hazel Mary Enock (1932-1998)

Hazel photographed at Clive & June Enock's wedding in 1953.

Full name: Hazel Mary Lochhead (nee Enock).
Date of birth: Friday 12th February, 1932.
Birthplace: Acocks Green, Birmingham, England.
Date of death: Friday 20th February 1998 (aged 66 years).
Place of death: Knutsford, Cheshire, England.
Cause of death: Motor Neuron Disease.
Buried/cremated: Cremated. Gravestone located in Knutsford Cemetery, section K, number 1681.

Father: Robert Doeg Enock (1895-1967).

Mother: Lilian Alma Enock(nee Bloxham) (1898-1981).


Muriel Joyce Enock (1927-)

Clive Robin Enock (1930-)

John Maxwell Enock (1938-)

Husband: Douglas Raymond Lochhead (1931-2019).
Date of marriage: 27th July 1957.
Place of marriage: Northamptonshire, England.


Jacqueline Mary Lochhead (1958-)

Denise Ann Lochhead (1960-).

Ian F G Lochhead (1963-)

Duncan James Lochhead (1968-)

1932-1935 - 34 (now 54), Dudley Park Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham, England. (Information on how I pinpointed this residence can be found here) - built between 1921-1924.[2]

Number 34 is second house from the left. Picture taken 1st May 2016 (click to enlarge).[7]

Dudley Park Road viewed from Warwick Road c1930. Number 34 is the third house up on the left (click to enlarge).[4]

Aerial view of Dudley Park Road c1950. Warwick Road runs along the bottom of the image. Number 34 is the fourth on the left going up Dudley Park Road (click to enlarge).[4]

1935-1939 - 74 Heaton Road, Solihull, Birmingham, England. Built between 1921 and 1936.

'Whilst we lived in Solihull, our first detached house, Father boarded the loft and built a model railway (O gauge) on trestles which covered most of the available space up there. This was electrified by the inclusion of a third live rail, a popular method at that time. One particularly notable feature was a bridge that was a copy of one that spanned the Warwick Road in Olton, which we used to walk under every Sunday on our way to church.' - Clive Enock

Number 74 as it appears now.

1939 - 17, Ridgway Road, Barton Seagrave, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England.

Lodging with Hayden and Kathleen Lock.

1940-c1956 - 21, Ridgway Road, Barton Seagrave, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. Built c1939.

'Soon after the outbreak of war in 1939, father had to move to the Stewarts & Lloyds plant in Corby and the family had to move to Barton Seagrave, on the outskirts of Kettering, not far from Corby.' - Clive Enock

Number 21 pictured in November 2015 (click to enlarge).

1972-c1977 - Old Hall Drive, Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, England.

c1977-1982 - Pump Meadow (no longer there), 2, High Street, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England.

1982-1998 - Thaxted, Warrington Road, Knutsford, Cheshire, England.

1937-1939 - Ruckleigh School, Lode Lane, Solihull, England.

Fees per quarter: 1937-38: 3 13s. 6d. (worth the equivalent of 230 in 2018), 1938-39: 4 14s. 6d. (worth the equivalent of 300 in 2018).

1939-1947 - Kettering High School, Bowling Green Road, Kettering, Northamptonshire, England.

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Hazel in the Mercury Herald - Friday 4th July 1947 (click to enlarge).