Categories: Education, Property, Social Welfare
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This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
St Mary’s Girls' Club
To the honour & glory of God and in love of our sisters this stone was la...
Founded as a women-only college by Thomas Holloway in 1879 on the Mount Lee Estate in Egham. Sir Nikolaus Pevsner called the original college building (now listed Grade 1) "the most ebullient Victo...
Workhouses.org informs that schools for children on Sundays probably happened earlier but the movement started in 1780 when Robert Raikes opened a school in Gloucester.
Concept, Children, Education
Queen Elizabeth I granted the charter in 1573. Set up in the Barnet Tudor Hall the school did not relocate until 1932 when it moved the short distance to Queen's Road.
Teacher and pianist. Born Clapham. 1903 he published "The Act of Touch" a book on piano playing technique and learning. This and other books and his Tobias Matthay Pianoforte School in Oxford St...
Person, Education, Music / songs
Originally called Bessborough House, it was built by William Ponsonby in the 1760s. It was sold to the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits) in 1861 and renamed Manresa House after the town in Spain where...
Building, Education, Religion