Loafer's Wall re- constuction after damage by a car
Loafer's Wall re- constuction after damage by a car

This picture has been sent to me by David Duquemin who's Great Grandfather, Alfred Duquemin was part of the team re-building 'Loafers Wall' - he is shown second from the right.

The image shown has been uploaded onto this website with the kind permission of David Cherry who now owns the original photograph.

The photograph is thought to have belonged to Mr Cherry's late father and was passed down to him by his mother Doris Cherry nee Carre.

Mr Cherry's father, Don Cherry handed it to him a couple of weeks before he died.

The chap holding the spirit level is Mr Cherry's Great Grandfather Tom Carre.

It is believed the company undertaking the building work is J & S Rabey

Loafer's wall was originally built in 1914

Location: St Peter Port 1914

Loafer's Wall re- constuction after damage by a car

This picture has been sent to me by David Duquemin who's Great Grandfather, Alfred Duquemin was part of the team re-building 'Loafers Wall' - he is shown second from the right.

The image shown has been uploaded onto this website with the kind permission of David Cherry who now owns the original photograph.

The photograph is thought to have belonged to Mr Cherry's late father and was passed down to him by his mother Doris Cherry nee Carre.

Mr Cherry's father, Don Cherry handed it to him a couple of weeks before he died.

The chap holding the spirit level is Mr Cherry's Great Grandfather Tom Carre.

It is believed the company undertaking the building work is J & S Rabey

Loafer's wall was originally built in 1914

Location: St Peter Port 1914