We have no reason to believe that Shakespeare was a vagabond, and very good reason to believe that he was not. At the age of 18 he became a husband and father, so he was never homeless. If he was away from home it was because he was working or looking for work. He could not afford to be a bum.
She was a housewife, the wife of Dr. John Hall. She and her husband got a lot of money from the will of her father William Shakespeare. It is not recorded that Susanna had any other independent source of income.
He was probably finished school around age 15, and we next hear about him at age eighteen, being a husband and father. We then hear about him becoming a father again and then nothing for about ten years.
A good present for shakespeare would be a do-over in life, because many of his later plays, such as King Lear, reflect a flawed father daughter relationship implying his own relationships with his family was not what he wished it to be.
his father was called John Shakespeare and he was born in 1531. The father of William Shakespeare was called John Shakespeare. He was a glove maker in Stratford, and holder of several important public offices.