In the late 1890s George Crowfoot moved from the Lymington area to Southampton. The 1901 census for Shirley, Southampton, recorded his occupation as dock labourer.
Crowfoot was listed as a photographer in Richmond Road, Freemantle in the 1911 Kellys directory. The census for the same year recorded his occupation as dock labourer, at the same address at which the directory listed him as a photographer.
By 1920 George Crowfoot had moved to Adelaide Road in St Denys and advertised as a picture frame maker. He died at the same address in 1930.