William C. Dendy
William C. Dendy
Part of Davidson High School
This log book notes the commencement of duties of D.H.Lawrence on 12 October 1908 and his various absences, mainly through ill health, from 1910 - 1912 including a continuous period from 20 Nov 1911 to 02 March 1912. An entry on 09 Mar 1912 reads D.H.Lawrence left the service of the Committee.
Part of Tamworth Road [British] Schools
Boys School. Includes a reference to the composer, Samuel Coleridge Taylor, who was a pupil at the school, 16 December 1885. Log book entry of 9 June 1899 includes a brief history of the school.
Part of Woodford School
The article is taken from the Croydon Advertiser. Peggy Ashcroft was at Woodford School c.1915-1924
Collection includes WVS Housewives Service Organisers Report on Flying Bomb Incidents June to August 1944; registers of persons bombed out during these incidents (2 vols); rough notes on flying bomb incidents and casualties (1 vol); newspaper accounts of WVS activities and an acknowledgement of Mrs Sandisons resignation from the WVS due to her husbands ill health, 1947.
Mrs Evelyn May Sandison
An illuminated address which accompanied a portrait of J. Spencer Balfour which had been painted by public subscription. The portrait and address were presented to J. Spencer Balfour at a meeting of the Town Council at the Town Hall on 5th October 1885 by the Reverend J. M. Braithwaite, Vicar of Croydon.
The address reads, In unveiling the Portrait of yourself now placed in the Council Chamber of the Town Hall of Croydon, as a permanent memorial of your Mayoralty, we, whose names are hereto attached, sesire to record our high appreciation of the distinguished services which you rendered to the Borough during your prolonged term of office, and we further beg your acceptance of a replica of the portrait, together with a small token of our regard to Miss Balfour who afforded you so much graceful in the assistance in the exercise of your generous hospitality. It is followed by 186 names.
Two copies of the portrait were made; one was presented to Balfour while the other was hung in Council Chamber of the Town Hall.
Reverend J. M. Braithwaite