PHILLIPS Lloyd Anthony

Name Lloyd Anthony PHILLIPS
Country Of Origin Australia
Born 1920
Died 2002
Birth/ Baptism Born 18 March 1920, Forest
Parents Alfred Joseph and Ada Florence Phillips (formerly House)
Apprenticeship Harold F Sargison
Skills Watchmaker, Jeweller
Work Locations Hobart
Street Address
Elizabeth Street, Hobart (Sargisons)
115 Elizabeth Street, Hobart
Marriage/Spouse 10 June 1950, Scots Church, Hobart, to Elvie Sheehan
Other July 1940: Enlisted, World War II, served as a signalman in Singapore, Malaya, Thailand, and Burma.
Approx. 1942–1945: Prisoner of war.
September 1945: Recovered from Japanese at Changi Prisoner of War camp.

The Examiner (Launceston) 20 October 1948:
‘Mr L A Phillips, was the first Commonwealth Reconstruction Training Scheme trainee in Tasmania to become a fully qualified watch and clock repairer. As an ex-serviceman, he began training in subsidized employment with Mr H F Sargison on 20 February 1946. He was assessed as 100 percent proficient on September 29 last. Mr Phillips did all his training in Mr Sargison’s establishment and will remain with him now that he is qualified in his trade.’

August 1949: Commenced business at 115 Elizabeth Street, Hobart.

Death 13 August 2002
Web: National Archives of Australia, Series B883, Service No. TX3880; Millingtons, August 2002.
Advocate 12 October 1945; The Examiner (Launceston) 20 October 1948; The Mercury (Hobart) 6 August 1949, 6 June 1950, 12 May 1951, 28 April 1954; Circular Head Chronicle 14 June 1950