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Albert SchoolsQuite an early picture of the Albert Schools, Church Lane. The gentleman on the left with the moustache is thought likely to be teacher Frederick Pennington (identified by his 3x great-nephew Richard Ebdon).
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Albert SchoolsPupils at Albert Schools, no names or dates known at present.
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Albert SchoolsA class photo from Albert Schools on Church Lane, probably pre-1900.
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Albert SchoolsAlbert Schools pupils with their teacher, from Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Albert SchoolsA large group at Albert Schools, date unknown. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Albert SchoolsStaff or governors at Albert Schools: the gentleman on the front row far left is teacher Frederick Pennington (identified by his 3x great-nephew Richard Ebdon). From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Albert Schools 1880One of the oldest pictures we have from Albert Schools on Church Lane, which was established in 1868.
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Albert Schools 1900A picture of stunning clarity but severe damage taken at Albert Schools in 1900. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Albert Schools 1904A 1904 photo of pupils at Albert School. Herbert Adshead (second from right in second row from front) was killed in 1918 during WWI, aged 21. Standing to the back right of the class photo is Clara Prentice, who would later marry fellow teacher Frederick Pennington (identified by his 3x great-nephew Richard Ebdon).
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Albert Schools 1913Teacher Frederick Pennington (identified by his 3x great-nephew Richard Ebdon) and class at Albert Schools in 1913. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Albert Schools 1914Fascinating faces from the Albert Schools in 1914. The teacher is thought to be Clara Prentice, who would later marry fellow teacher Frederick Pennington (identified by his 3x great-nephew Richard Ebdon).
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Albert Schools 1921A photograph of local children, believed to be taken at the Albert Schools around 1921. Front row far left Marion Batley, second row second from left Edith Sidebottom, third row second from left Hugh Lane, others unknown.
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