We cannot find any George Price with Crich connections. There is a Gunner George Price from Holloway who worked at Lea Mills, but he has no apparent link to Crich Parish.
In 1922 George H. Price married Florence E. Lee in the Belper registration district. She is believed to be the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Ann Lee, who was born at Alderwasley.
There is mention of George Price singing in the Crich Comrade's Club in 1933
Derby Daily Telegraph, 11 May 1933
MEMBERS CONGRATULATED AT CRICH MEETING
Mr's J. Lister of Whatstandwell, presided at the annual meeting last night of the Crich Comrades Club. The president, Mr M.Deacon, of Chase Cliffe, was unable to attend. Others presence were Mr Norman Smith (chairman), Mr F.Woods (Treasurer), and Mr W.T.E.Curzon (Secretary).
The financial report presented by Mr F. Woods was adopted as satisfactory. Mr Curzon gave the secretarial report, and he congratulated the steward as stewardess on their splendid work for the club, and the members for their endeavours to carry on the club in the best traditions.
The usual toasts were submitted, and a musical programme was given by Messers, George Price (bass), H.Wilde (tenor), Young (comedian), M.Bond (illusionist), N.Yates (elocutionist), and selections were played on the tenor horn by Mr Sam Hollingsworth. Messers G.Haynes and J.Carruthers were the pianists.