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Britannia Bridge, Ince   Views: 2617
Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.   Comments: 2
Photo: Alice (Haselden) Pearson, Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA   Item #: 246  
 
Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.

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  Britannia Bridge Secondary Modern School for Girls, 1952.

Top Row, left to right: Jean Proctor, ?, Hilda Owen, Barbara Price, Florence Green, Audrey Crook, Marion Pratt, ? ? Kathleen Unsworth

Middle Row, left to right: Marion Bagnall, ?, ?, Joyce Birchall, ?, Evelyn Bennett, Enid Whistlecroft, Amy Williams, Olive Bradburn, ?, Edna Lowe, Irene Fisher, ?

First Row, left to right: Margaret Barnes, Minnie Preston, June Rowley, ?, Joyce Monks, ?, Margaret Jolly, Lillian Cowser, Gwen Farnsworth, Barbara Gerrard, Alice Williams, Joyce Johnston, Alice Haselden
 

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Comments by Myra Tomkinson, nee Clayton, 1st August 2007  eliza2@iinet.net.au 
The girl at the far right, middle row, is Ann Duddle and I am the fourth from the right, middle row, between Olive Bradburn and Edna Lowe (who I think was actually Edna Holland)

Comments by Nora Blackledge, 5th May 2010  blackledge259@tiscali.co.uk 
Front row Nora Birch and Irene Sargent. Now Nora Blackledge.
Alice Haselden I remember you! We were monitors together in Mr. Asbridge's class at St. Mary's Junior School.

 
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