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Good Shepherd Mission Good Shepherd Schools

Plaque: Good Shepherd Mission

Erection date: 10/8/1871


The Good Shepherd Schools, founded 1855.
This stone was laid by Samuel Morley Esq. MP, 10th August 1871.

Site: Good Shepherd Schools (1 memorial)

E2, Three Colts Lane, Good Shepherd Mission

From: British History Online: "Good Shepherd Brit. Opened 1866 for 120 M in Mape St. Ejected by Gt. Eastern Rly. and temp. used two cottages in Wilmot St. 1871, when roll 126 I, a.a. 117 I. Financed by sch. pence. New sch. for 400 I built with parl. grant at corner of Wilmot St. and Three Colts Lane 1871. S.B.L. hired premises until completion of its Wilmot sch. (q.v.) 1873. (fn. 144) Amalg. with Abbey St. 1894 as Good Shepherd and Abbey St. Sun. and ragged schs. which still flourished 1898."

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Samuel Morley

Born Well Street Hackney into a Nottingham family of wool/hosiery manufacture...

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