|Billy Chaddock (Little Bill)||Conductor|
|Frankie Holdcroft||Supposedly the first Conductor Sam Employed.||Conductor|
|Fanny Holdcroft||Not Employed but had Vital Role!||Made Tea For drivers|
|Bob Cumberlidge||Worked Garage Shift after Sid Shaw|
|Sid Shaw||Driver on Garage Shift|
|Freddie Willott||Part Time Driver|
This is a work in progress.
Almost every member of the famillies helped out at various times and in many ways not recorded here. Regular family staff were
|Name||Relation||What They Did|
|Gordon Turner Snr||Son||Driver, Mechanic, did everything really but came into his own on coach outings.|
|Edwin Turner||Son||Driver – Mechanic. Did the Wages untill 1970|
|Olwyn Snape||Daughter||Conducted (especially during the war years) and worked in the office after 1974 after Roy Turner died|
|Allan Turner||Son||Driver and garage duties started to do office work in late 60′s. Always did the signwriting.|
|Roy Turner||Son||Always lived at the Garage.
Was born and died there.
Was a conductor and a qualified mechanic (Associated Buses).
He also counted all the money and cashed up on a Sunday morning.
|Gordon Turner||Son of Gordon Turner Snr||First Grandson to work officially for business
Started conducting, working in the garage and then driving. Worked for PMT after the takeover
|Russel Turner||Son of Gordon Turner Snr||Conducted especially while off from University|
|Stephen Turner||Son Of Edwin Turner||Garage work Worked for PMT after the takeover|
|Peter Roy Turner||Son Of Roy Turner||Garage work, cleaning as a boy then occasionally conducting when 16 (without badge) badged at 18 and conducted most Saturdays and Bank Holidays untill 24 then occasionally as needed|
|Geoffrey Allan Turner||Son of Allan Turner||Conducted the Mill Girls Bus before School and during Holidays|