It appears that Harry Arthur Lay was John Lay's son. He worked at his father's business as a photographer as early as 1900 and in Eaglehawk as a photographer and chemist for a total 22 years before becoming a chemist at 19 Chapel Street, Windor, Melbourne. He was working in Windsor in 1917.
He was on friendly terms with the Young family of Eaglehawk. 'I knew the family well and frequently went to the house. The eldest boy Willie and the girl Clara who is the eldest of the family I knew well by name.' he said in statement he made to immigration authorities in 1917.
Sources used to compile this entry: NAA(Vic), B13/0, 1917/3260, 'Clara Young - imprint left hand'.
Prepared by: Sophie Couchman, La Trobe University
- George Young (En Young Fun) and family
- 31 March 1900
- Australia - Victoria - Eaglehawk
Created: 27 February 2004, Last modified: 19 October 2005