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Quorn National School, approx 1892

Loughborough Echo
Friday 28th November 1952

Are You On This Picture?
Quorn Mixed – About 60 Years Ago

The above picture of Quorn Mixed School was taken about 60 years ago and been kindly loaned to us by Mrs King of 17a Factory Street, Loughborough.
Back row (left to right): Ernest Payne, Alf Hickling, Walter Thompson, Sam HaIlet, Gertie Burton, Rhoda Hickling, Florrie Allen, Kate Debham.
Second row: Titus Hawes, John Bird, Albert Goodman, John Thomas Herbert, Philip Barnett, Sarah Flanders, Georgina Adams, Addie Dalby, Charlotte Bradley.
Third row: Mr Adams (schoolmaster), Susanah Barnett, Nelly Kirk, Louie Swinfield, Maria Haines, Ethel Butlin, Maggie Squires, Annie Pagett, Connie Burton, Sarah Payne, Jack Stevenson.
Fourth row: Fanny Stevenson, Rose Allen, Beatie Bradley, Ethel Adams, Agnes Moore, Winnie Flanders, Olive Flanders, Harry Holmes.
Fifth row: Tom Holmes, Cecil Holmes, George Stevenson, Tom Payne, Alpheus Herbert, Percy Moore, Joe Dalby, Ernest Wykes, John Payne, Herbert Wykes.


Shortly after this photograph was published in the Echo, the then headmaster of St Barts wrote to the Loughborough Echo:

SCHOOL PICTURES
To the Editor
Sir, —Thank you for publication of the photograph of the pupils of St Bartholomew's School Quorn, of 60 years ago. Mrs King has kindly allowed me to have a copy taken so that it may be added to school collection. I would welcome the loan of other such photographs by former pupils. The school itself has long history, being first built in 1836, and the original buildings still house the majority of the children.
Yours etc
I S Gaylon
Headmaster

Oh if only this ‘school collection’ had survived!


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