School photographs from 1910 - 1919

These are the only known photographs of pupils at the school during this decade.

If you have any other photographs, or can put names to any of the faces in the group photograph below, then please add a comment to this page.  Thank you.

Meldreth School Pupils and Teachers, 1912
The children in the photograph above are aged from 3 to 12.  It is believed to include the following pupils: Fred Aldridge, Gladys  Aldridge, Vera Barnes, Emily Blows, ? Budget, Ivy Butler, Jubal Butler, Daisy Butler, Florrie Butler, Fred Christmas, Fred Course, Minnie Course, Audrey Course, Lottie Croxall, Charlie Croxall, Jack Dash, Ernie Dash, Lolly Dash, Basil  Dyson, Grace East, Percy Farnham, Arthur Farnham, George Farnham, George Fincham, Harry Folbigg, Nora Green, Edie Green, Percy Hale, George Hale, Stanley Hale, Gladys Harrup, Jack Hodgkinson, Winnie Hodgkinson, Connie Jacklin, Fanny Jacklin, Dora Jacklin, Maud Jacklin, Daisy King, Mary Linsdell, Betty Linsdell, Kitty Linsdell, Bill Linsdell, Edwin Lydall, Ernest Lydall, Gladys Mead, Ethel Mead, Winifred Moxon, Dolly  Moxon, Percy Negus, Gladys Negus, Percy Oakman, Percy Pepper, William Pepper, Walter Plumb, Charlie Plumb, Emily Plumb, Queenie Rayner, Ruby Rayner, Reginald Rumbold, Alice Rumbold, Lewis Simons, Ivy Stallibrass, Fanny Vellam, Sarah Vellam, Arthur Walbey, Jack Wing, Montie Wing, Bert Woodcock, Edna Woodcock, Gwen Woodcock
The following members of staff are also pictured:
Headteacher: Mr Frederick John Aldridge, Teacher: Miss Maud Stearn, Teacher: Miss Violet Huggins
The only other photograph of school pupils that we know of from these years is the one shown above, of Norman and Muriel Gipson
Photograph courtesy of Christine Duguid

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  • On the 1912 photograph, the little boy on the front row, fourth from right is my dad Jack Cox aged 3yrs and on his right is his sister Mona.

    By Judy Murray Nee Cox (02/02/2013)
  • 1912 Photograph. L to R front row – first child sitting on grass is Percy Pepper. L to R second row standing – second child with wide white collar on open coat is William Pepper.

    By Brian Pepper (25/11/2012)

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