Categories: Children, Education
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.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Sunday Schools (centenary)
Centenary of Sunday Schools AD 1780 - 1880.
From British History online (mainly): In 1708 a charity school started in Spitalfields, the boys somewhere in Brick Lane, the girls somewhere in what is now Princelet Street. In 1782-3 a new school...
Building, Children, Education
From The Peerage: Jacob was the son of Alison Margaret Worsley (b.1963) and Christian Holstein. They married in 1992 and divorced 1996. Alison married again in 1997 and her married name became McIn...
Drowned in the 1898 HMS Albion disaster, aged 17. Buried in grave 2 at the memorial in East London Cemetery.
Person, Children, Tragedy
Drowned in the 1898 HMS Albion disaster, aged 3 months. Buried in grave 5 at the memorial in East London Cemetery.
From the picture source website: "Prisca Coborn, the widow of a brewer, founded a School for both boys and girls in 1701, as a result of the terms of her will published in the year of her death. Th...
Group, Children, Education