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Helen F
Warrington
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46 of 60  Sat 30th Sep 2017 4:22pm  
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The Katherine Bayley’s Charity School was originally behind the Draper's Hall.
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NeilsYard
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47 of 60  Sun 1st Oct 2017 2:33am  
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Thanks Rosemary/Cliff/Helen - yes Rosemary the reason I ask is I spotted a Bayleys Charity School building behind LPY on an 1888 map. Edited by member, 1st Oct 2017 2:33 am
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Malvern
Somerset
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48 of 60  Sat 3rd Feb 2018 10:49am  
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I've just posted this on the Little Park Street thread. 88 Little Park Street was the home of Katherine Bayley who was the founder of the Katherine Bayley School (Blue Gift School) in 1723. Up to the mid 1800s the school itself was situated near Drapers' Hall in Bayley Lane before moving to Little Park Street until 1889 when it merged into Bablake School. I found a wonderful document whilst researching my Great Great Grandfather who as a tailor made the school uniforms. Extract from a document entitled "NUISANCES Notice of Entry for Examination" ".....stating that in or upon the said premises there are some offensive privies and cesspools which require abatement and removal and the construction of water closets" Dated 9 December 1857
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Prof
Gloucester
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49 of 60  Fri 24th Aug 2018 8:24pm  
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On 18th Sep 2012 1:43pm, NeilsYard said: My eldest is at the current Bablake school - pretty sure he'd be glad this School Master is not currently in charge!
Liked yours Neil but here is a coloured view of Bablake boys in the Quad! Edited by member, 24th Aug 2018 8:24 pm
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Midland Red
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50 of 60  Fri 24th Aug 2018 9:49pm  
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Prof, I took this in 2010, showing the same building as in your image Thumbs up
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Prof
Gloucester
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51 of 60  Sat 25th Aug 2018 6:00pm  
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Thanks Midland Red nice to see it then and now.
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Prof
Gloucester
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52 of 60  Thu 20th Sep 2018 9:59pm  
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Prof
Gloucester
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53 of 60  Sat 29th Sep 2018 8:19pm  
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A postcard view
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Prof
Gloucester
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54 of 60  Sat 29th Sep 2018 8:22pm  
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A line drawing of the the Hill Street scene Edited by member, 29th Sep 2018 8:23 pm
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Prof
Gloucester
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55 of 60  Tue 15th Jan 2019 12:00pm  
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Bond's Hospital and Bablake
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Kaga simpson
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56 of 60  Sat 8th Jun 2019 10:37am  
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Bonds Hospital for men was founded about the year 1506, and the foundation of Wheatley's, the half-timbered hospital for boys at Bablake, was, according to tradition, largely due to a peculiar circumstances. The boys there used to wear a dolphin as their badge in token of the saving of one of the ships of their founder. The vessel when out at sea, sprang a leak, to the great jeopardy of the crew, and merchandise on board; but, by some miraculous chance, the leak was stayed, and the ship brought safely to port, where it was found that a large dolphin had got wedged into the hole, and had stopped the water from coming in. The merchant thereupon gave the ship and its contents to found the school. At the Bablake boy's hospital, tradition records that Thomas Wheatley, an ironmonger, cardboard maker and merchant (who had been mayor in 1556) bought some steel from Spain, but to his consternation found fifty barrels of silver. The silver was disposed of, and with the proceeds arising from the sale, and other money, he purchased the land which he gave to the Hospital of Bablake, which bears his name.
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MarvelJo
Reading
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57 of 60  Sun 7th Feb 2021 1:19pm  
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On 28th Feb 2013 7:05pm, Rootes66 said: Yes, I think "da Finchi" did French, though I was never taught by him.
I remember being taught German by Mr Finch, although his pronunciation was largely Yorkshire.
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MarvelJo
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58 of 60  Sun 7th Feb 2021 1:22pm  
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On 6th Feb 2013 7:33pm, JohnB said: Van Hee terrified me as a teacher & I'm afraid probably held me back for the 2 years that he taught me maths. Apart from that I loved school
I can't remember his teaching but I remember he played the cello, which I was also learning.
MVJ

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Helen F
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59 of 60  Sun 7th Feb 2021 2:03pm  
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Hi MarvelJo, welcome to the forum. Wave I like the idea of foreign language speakers with regional British accents. I had an Italian teacher who said her husband was fluent in Italian but with a pronounced Welsh accent. I went to uni in Bradford which had many multinational students and it was a delight to hear them rattle away in their home tongue only to stop mid sentence to throw in an English word in a Yorkshire accent.
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belushi
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60 of 60  Sun 7th Feb 2021 3:57pm  
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On 7th Feb 2021 1:19pm, MarvelJo said:
On 28th Feb 2013 7:05pm, Rootes66 said: Yes, I think "da Finchi" did French, though I was never taught by him.
I remember being taught German by Mr Finch, although his pronunciation was largely Yorkshire.
He taught me French in a Yorkshire accent!
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