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Pupil Records 1833 - 1913

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Title of item

Class No

Date

Description

Early Photograph including Thomas Lawson

Photo: T. Rodger

  1857

Madras College St Andrews
Presented to
Mr Thomas Lawson
on account of his uniform propriety of conduct,
his satisfactory progress in all his classes, and as
a Prize
For his excellent Fair-books and Exercises
in the Mathematics Department - W. O. ???, master
"The memory of our young Companions is ever dear"

Charles Lapworth, Assistant English Master
with pupils

4-123 circa
1871
to
1874

On reverse:
Lesslie Newligen – 3rd from end next boy in velvet suit

 

 

  4-197

1879

2nd from left, back row.

Margaret Ellis Brown later Mrs Robert Kay Louden

Literary & Debating Society

4-195 about 1894

or 1900

Back:
Chrissie McKenzie, Jean Anderson, Mary Burnett, Christina Auchterlonie, Miss Finlayson, Christian Mary Brown, Hettie Rusack, Agnes Hunter, Nellie Scott, Jean Rusack

Middle:
Annie Wallace, Miss Scott, Mrs Mackenzie (Rector’s wife), Agnes Aikman, Blanche Murray, Lizzie Armitt

Front:
Maisie Aikman, Alice Linder, Maggie Brown, Margaret Murray, Lottie Aikman

 

Notes:  Miss Finlayson taught in Prep Department and was Lady Superintendant of school.  A character! Retired 1926.  Miss Scott also taught in Prep Department.

Aikmans – family of Aikman & Terrace (grocers)

Rusacks (hotel)

Lizzie Armit (Mrs W B Brown) = mother of Isobel & Mary Brown 150 Hepburn Gardens (Armit, bakers in Church Street)

Christine Mary Brown = Aunt of Isobel & Mary Brown, a very early woman graduate, St Andrews University MA in 1896.

 

Kindergarten Classes 5 & 4
4-118 1 1904
to
1905
 
Kindergarten Classes 3 & 2
4-118 2 1904
to
1905
 

Kindergarten Class 1

4-118 3 1904
to
1905
 
Miss Finlayson's Class

Photo: D & W Prophet, Dundee & Edinburgh

4-687 1907 Top Row:
Miss Jean Finlayson, ?, Douglas ?, ?, ?, ?, M.Smart

Middle Row:
Daisy Ridley, ?, Ella Smith, ?, ?, ?, Ruth Fletcher, ?, H Macrae, ?

Front Row:
?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Chrissie Fleming, Jenny Smith

Prizewinners

  June 1913 Back Row:
Eleanor W Brown (industrial work), Edwin J Mackie (classics and mathematics), Elizabeth J B Carstairs (physical culture), Duncan Ferguson (art)

Front Row:
John M M Laing (swimming and good fellowship), Margaret Howden (Coronation gold medal), Mary Dalrymple (modern languages and English), Margaret C Smith (music and good fellowship), Robert V G Mitchell (1st in intermediate class)

Cookery Class Madras Picnic

4-194  

Margaret Ellis Brown wearing straw boater with hand on shoulder of R K Louden ( later Mr & Mrs R K Louden)

Uncle Alex Brown 2nd from right in front row (no hat).  Kate Mackenzie 2nd girl from left sitting on grass.

 

4-672   Group of girls behind the original South Street building.
4-673   At the back of the original South Street building (girls side).

 

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