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Red House - John Lyon School

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Bought by the school in 1956, its opening in 2013 was probably following a major refurbishment of some kind.

At Lyonian Association we learnt: "The Red House Memorial Garden contains several trees planted in memory of Lyonians: Michael Burrell (OL 1949-1956), Lyndon Budd (former teacher), Adrian Gaynor-Smith (OL 1950-1957), and Duncan Whicelo (see separate entry). The garden also contains the War Memorial to all OLs who died in the First and Second World Wars."

The north, road, elevation shown in this photo, is much earlier than the large c.1910 extension at the back, a part of which can be seen to the right of this photo.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Red House - John Lyon School

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John Lyon School - The Red House

'OL' stands for 'Old Lyonian'.  'Stet Fortuna Domus' means ' Let the fortune ...

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Albany School, Bell Lane

Albany School, Bell Lane

old Albany School in Bell Lane, Enfield in 2014.

Place, Education

1 memorial
St John of Wapping School

St John of Wapping School

The school was originally founded in 1695, although its first location is unknown, as is its closure date. The bluecoat statues are probably the finest examples in London.

Building, Education

3 memorials
Albert Barff

Albert Barff

Head of the choir school at St Pauls.  When he died he was vicar of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. Andrew Behan and kindly researched this entry for us: Born 2 Paradise Pl...

Person, Education, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
Chiswick National School

Chiswick National School

Much of the following information comes from the very helpful Gill Clegg's Chiswick History page. 1707 a charity school was founded at St Nicholas church near the river. It expanded until in 1813 ...

Group, Education

1 memorial